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E-auction 575-521607 - brm_916160 - JULIAN II THE PHILOSOPHER Double maiorina, (GB, Æ 1)

JULIAN II THE PHILOSOPHER Double maiorina, (GB, Æ 1) XF
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Estimate : 140 €
Price : 106 €
Maximum bid : 120 €
End of the sale : 22 April 2024 14:47:20
bidders : 13 bidders
Type : Double maiorina, (GB, Æ 1)
Date: 362-363
Mint name / Town : Nicomedia
Metal : copper
Diameter : 28 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 8,80 g.
Rarity : R1
Officine: 2e
Coments on the condition:
Flan idéalement centré. Usure régulière. Patine marron

Obverse


Obverse legend : D N FL CL IVLI-ANVS P F AVG.
Obverse description : Buste barbu, diadémé, drapé et cuirassé de Julien II auguste à droite, vu de trois quarts en avant (A'a) ; diadème perlé.
Obverse translation : “Dominus Noster Flavius Claudius Iulianus Pius Felix Augustus”, (Notre seigneur Flavien Claude Julien pieux heureux auguste).

Reverse


Reverse legend : SECVRITAS REI PVB// (PALME)NIKB.(PALME).
Reverse description : Taureau passant à droite surmonté de deux étoiles.
Reverse translation : “Securitas Rei Publicæ”, (La Sécurité du bien public).

Historical background


JULIAN II THE PHILOSOPHER

(6/11/355-26/06/363)

Augustus

Julien II, Caesar in 355, was proclaimed august in Paris in February 360. After the death of Constantius II, in November 361, he remained sole master of the empire. Installed in Antioch at the beginning of 363 where he wrote the Misopogon (Of those who are against the beard - because he wore the beard of the philosophers), he abjured Christianity by trying to create a pagan syncretism. This policy failed and did not survive the emperor who died on June 26, 363, killed or assassinated, while he had begun a brilliant campaign against the Sassanids..

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