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Roman Egypt Billon Tetradrachm Claudius II Gothicus XF

Roman Egypt Billon Tetradrachm Claudius II Gothicus XF

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This Billion Tetradrachm was struck in Alexandria Egypt and features a superb Roman Eagle. A great piece to add to any Roman coin collectors set.

Coin Highlights:
  • Struck in the city of Alexanderia, Egypt.
  • Roman provincial issue.
  • Obverse: Bust of Emperor Claudius II Gothicus.
  • Reverse: Roman Eagle with a laural wreath. A L monograms.


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In the year 268 CE, Claudius Gothicus, assumed the Roman throne. Desperate for fresh army recruits, he decreed that young men remain unmarried, hoping that more of them would become soldiers. Defying the new Emperor’s orders, Valentine performed secret marriages in the underground Christian community. He was soon discovered, arrested and sentenced to death.

Legend has it that just before his execution, he sent a letter to the jailer's daughter, whom he had befriended, which he signed "from your Valentine", the origin of the modern custom. On February 14, he was beheaded outside the Flaminian Gate, but his heart beat on. His Feast Day was established by Pope Gelasius I in 496.

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