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Roman Republican Silver Denarius, L. Jullius Bursio - C.5370
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 85 BC
Weight: 4.1Grams
Collection: Numismatics
Medium: Silver

$300.00
Location: United States
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Obverse: Bust of Genius (or Apollo Vejovis) right, laureate and winged, trident and symbol (wreath? ) behind

Reverse: Victory in quadriga, L. IVLI BVRSIO in exergue

Vejovis was a Roman deity of uncertain attributes, at times being associated with the deity Apollo. The winged goddess Victory, parallel to the Greek Nike, was a common figure on coins, often seen driving a chariot, or flying above another deity who is driving. Occasionally, a diminutive Victory is held in the hand of the goddess Athena.

Crawford 352/1a. RSC Julia 5. - (C.5370)

 

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