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Gold Ring Featuring a Roman Silver Denarius of Marcus Aurelius Struck While Caesar - FJ.7232
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 155 AD to 156 AD

Collection: Numismatics
Medium: Silver and Gold

Additional Information: SOLD

Location: United States
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This genuine Ancient Roman silver coin has been mounted in a modern 18 karat gold ring.

Obverse: AVRELIVS CAES ANTON AVG PII F; Bust of Marcus Aurelius Facing Right

Reverse: TR POT X COS II; Aequitas Standing to the Left, Holding Scales and a Scepter

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was the Emperor of Rome from 161 until his death in 180 A.D. Born Marcus Annius Verus, he was adopted by the emperor Antoninus Pius in 138, and married his daughter Annia Galeria Faustina a few years later. He succeeded to the throne without difficulty on Antoninus' death. Marcus Aurelius was educated by the best tutors in Rome and was a devotee of Stoicism. However, he felt with more religious fervor the communion of man in the unity of the universe than most other Stoics. In his later years, he wrote the Meditations as a relief from his lonely office, in which he attempts to reconcile his Stoic philosophy of virtue and self-sacrifice with his role as emperor. - (FJ.7232)


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