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Silver Denarius Of Roman Empress Julia Domna - FJ.4100
Origin: Syria (Latakya)
Circa: 193 AD to 217 AD

Collection: Roman
Medium: Silver-Tourmaline

Location: United States
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Silver denarius of the roman empress Julia Domna wife of the emperor Septimius Severus and mother of the emperors Caracalla and Geta.

This ancient coin is set in an 18 karat gold pendant and strung in a necklace with genuine pink tourmaline beads, hematite beads, 14 karat gold beads, and with a 14 karat gold clasp.

Brilliant and beautiful, Julia Domna was at the heart of a splendid court. Famous for her wit and her charm, she was the trusted advisor of three roman emperors. A woman of taste, she surely would have approved of this exquisite necklace, which sets her lovely silver portrait amid the radiance of gold and the warm glow of tourmaline. Though she may not be an empress, the woman who wears this superb jewel today is certain to have many qualities in common with Julia Domna.
- (FJ.4100)


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