Roman Silver Denarius of Julia Mamaea, mother of Emperor Severus Alexander A.D. 222-235.
- NGC encapsulation guarantees the authenticity and protects the condition of the coin.
- Nice depiction of Julia Mamaea, facing right.
- She was the mother of Emperor Severus Alexander A.D. 222 - 235.
- Obverse: Features Julia's portrait surrounded by "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG".
- Reverse: Shows "FECVND AVGVSTAE", Felicitas standing with her hand over a child.
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Julia Mamaea and her son Severus Alexander were murdered in A.D. 235 by mutinous troops, ending the Severan dynasty.