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Julia, daughter of Titus

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Julia, daughter of Titus

Brass provincial semis, minted at Smyrna in Asia Minor, during the proconsulship of Lucius Mestrius Florus (AD 87 or 88). The reverse legend encircles the goddess Cybele, who is seated on a throne to the left, with a lion at her side; she holds a patera in her outstretched right hand; her left arm rests on a tympanum. This is one of the last lifetime coins for Julia. Reference: RPC (II) No. 1021


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Nice bronze coin with a splendid and detailed portrait of Julia, and natural surfaces!
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