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Rome Dbl Denarius Gordian III (238-244 AD) VF NGC (Random Coin)

Rome Dbl Denarius Gordian III (238-244 AD) VF NGC (Random Coin)

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This Silver Double Denarii from the reign of Gordian III is attributed to being from the Colosseum Hoard. It is a great coin to add to an ancient collection.

Coin Highlights:
  • Roman Silver Double Denarius of Emperor Gordian III. 18 mm.
  • NGC has certified this coin in Very Fine condition.
  • Obverse: Bust of Emperor Gordian III.
  • Reverse: Reverses will be of the most common types available. Gods, goddesses and personifications of Roman ideals are common on many of these issues.

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Ancient silver makes a unique addition to any collection. Add this Roman Double Denarius of Emperor Gordian III to your cart today!

Gordian III became emperor at the end of the confusion of 238 AD. That he was largely a figurehead is made obvious by his young age (about 15) but, compared to other "boy kings," Gordian did a good job as ruler of Rome. The grandson of the respected Gordian I, and nephew of Gordian II, Gordian III was selected to restore peace following the deaths of all the contestants for power during that terrible year.

Actual power during the reign fell to the Praetorian Prefects, first Timisitheus and later Philip the Arab. Under Timisitheus, Gordian married his mentor's daughter Tranquillina. The death of Timisitheus resulted in his replacement by a man with a son of his own and no need to support a young puppet. Gordian III was killed and Philip I became Emperor.
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Date:Sep 10, 2022

1st purchase of an ancient coin

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amazing quality, very shiny. looks like it was recently minted.


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