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Bronze Sestertius Of Roman Emperor Philip II - FJ.1527
Origin: Jordan (Geresa)
Circa: 247 AD to 249 AD

Collection: Roman
Medium: Bronze-Gold-Bead


Additional Information: Korea / This splendid coin has been set in an 18 karat gold pendant and strung in a necklace with genuine leopard skin beads (of the jasper family), and a 14 karat gold clasp.
£2,640.00
Location: Great Britain
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Philip II (Latin: Marcus Julius Severus Philippus, 237–249 AD), also known as Philip the Younger, was the son and co-ruler of the Roman Emperor Philip the Arab(Philip I, c.204-249 AD). When his father became emperor in 244 AD, the younger Philip was appointed Caesar. Their reign took place during the thousandth anniversary of the founding of Rome, and great games and spectacles were planned for the celebration. Published during Philip II's reign (247-249 AD), this bronze sestertius form a refined necklace with genuine leopard skin beads (of the jasper family) and gold. -MK - (FJ.1527)

 

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