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Two Silver Denarii of Roman Emperor Domitian - FJ.5062
Origin: Israel
Circa: 81 AD to 96 AD

Catalogue: V11
Collection: Coin Jewelry
Medium: Silver and Gold

Location: UAE
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Mounted in a pair of stunning 18 karat gold earrings set with 20 radiant, fully-cut diamonds weighing a total of 0.81 carat and 4 genuine garnets weighing a total of 2.29 karats.

T. Flavius Domitianus was the younger son of Vespasian and Flavia Domitilla and was born in Rome in A.D. 51. During the reigns of his father and brother Domitian was kept very much in the background, but on the death of Titus his succession w as not disputed. At first he showed great promise, but he w as very unpopular with the senatorial nobility and this resulted in numerous plots and conspiracies. Domitian, who was suspicious by nature, reacted violently, and the last years of his reign were ones of terror and oppression. He was eventually murdered on September 18th, 96 A.D., as the result of a palace plot involving his wife, Domitia, his chamberlain and the Praetorian prefect.
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