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Roman Empire 4-Coin AR Denarius Set the Severan Dynasty

Roman Empire 4-Coin AR Denarius Set the Severan Dynasty

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The reign of the Severan emperors began with the rise of Septimius Severus to emperor in 193 AD. Septimius, who came from the Roman province of Africa and whose first wife Paccia Marciana died in 186, married the Syrian Julia Domna in his second marriage.

In 193 AD, the so-called Year of the Four Emperors there were struggles for power within the empire after the dead of the old Emperor Commodus. Septimius emerged as the sole victor from this battle for imperial dignity. He remained Roman emperor until his death in 211.

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  • Features four coins from the Severan Dynasty, portraying Julia Domna, Septimius Severus, Caracalla and Geta.
  • Coins will be in Fine to Very Fine condition and are encapsulated.
  • Housed in a wooden box with story card and certificate of authenticity.
  • Obverses: Portraits of Julia Domna or the respective Roman emperor.
  • Reverses: Illustration of a Roman God (varies).


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Even after her husband's death, Julia Domna was still very much venerated and she was already revered as a goddess while alive. Their first son, Geta, was born while Septimius was still a governor in the province of Gaul; Geta became Roman emperor in 211 AD and was killed in the same year by his brother Caracalla. The latter-mentioned, born in 189 AD, was to hold the office of Roman emperor from 211-217 AD. After the death of both sons, Julia Domna decided to part from life voluntarily. It was Julia Maesa, her sister, who finally helped her grandchildren, first Elagabalus (218-222 AD) and then Severus Alexander, to attain imperial dignity and thus to secure the power of the Severan emperors until the death of Severus in 235 AD.

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