This NGC certified Roman denarius featuring the portrait of Julia Maesa is a captivating piece of ancient history. Julia Maesa, a powerful and influential figure during the Severan dynasty, was the grandmother of Emperor Elagabalus and Emperor Severus Alexander. This denarius, minted during the 3rd century AD, showcases her regal visage with remarkable detail and craftsmanship. As an NGC certified coin, its authenticity and quality are guaranteed, making it a prized addition for any numismatic enthusiast or history aficionado.
ROMAN EMPIRE: Julia Maesa, AD 218-224/5, AR Denarius, NGC Choice XF.
If you would like to learn more about the importance of the denarius in Ancient Rome, we recommend reading our blog post: “Denarius: How Rome’s Coins Kept An Empire Stable.”
If you would like to read about the life of Julia Maesa we recommend reading our blog post: “Julia Maesa: Sister of Julia Domna.”
If you would like to read a brief timeline of Ancient Rome, we recommend reading our blog post: “Ancient Rome: The City Founded By Two Brothers.”