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Roman Bronze Coin Of Emperor Maximianus, A.d. 286-305

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Roman Bronze Coin Of Emperor Maximianus, A.d. 286-305
From Jerusalem, With it's exquisite detail and rich multi-hued patina, this is a beautiful ancient Roman bronze coin of Emperor Maximianus, dated from, 286 - 305 A.D
Nicely mounted on a sterling silver hand made pendant

Every facial feature can be readily seen. The presence of the radiant crown on the emperor's head is a less common image on his coins and shows a fascinating and accurate glimpse into ancient Roman costume of its royal ceremony.

Maximianus was a close friend of the emperor Diocletian. Realizing that the Empire was too large for one man to rule, Diocletian named Maximianus co-emperor in 286 A.D. and gave him the western half of the Empire. This period of rule brought about some noteworthy events in ancient Roman history

Obverse: Emperor Maximianus, radiate, draped &cuirassed bust right
Reverse: Maximianus holding a spear and receiving Victory from Jupiter

Length: 3 cm - Width: 2.3 cm

Weight: 6.1 grams

Found near Jerusalem, Israel

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