Julia Mamaea
Julia Mamaea

Julia Avita Mamaea was the younger daughter of Julia Maesa. With the rank of Augusta, she wielded enormous power. Julia and her son Alexander were murdered by their own troops after offering peace to the barbarians on the Rhine frontier.

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Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Sestertius 024263

Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Sestertius
Bronze, 23.59 grams, 34.15 mm. Rome. AD 232. Obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, diademed and draped bust right. Reverse: FECVNDITAS AVGVSTAE, S-C, Fecunditas standing left, holding cornucopiae and extending right hand to a child at her side. RIC 668, Cohen 8, BMC 920; Sear 8226. Very fine.
£80.00

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Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Sestertius 024263
Julia Mamaea 'Felicitas' AE As 027833

Julia Mamaea 'Felicitas' AE As
Bronze, 10.42 grams, 27.33 mm. Rome. AD 230. Obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, diademed and draped bust right. Reverse: FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas seated left, holding caduceus and cornucopiae, SC in exergue. RIC 680; Sear 8244. Very fine. Accompanied by an old collection ticket. A significant coin which has been published on wildwinds.com
£85.00

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Julia Mamaea 'Felicitas' AE As 027833
Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Denarius 025268

Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Denarius
Silver, 3.26 grams, 20.46 mm. Rome. 232 AD. Obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed and draped bust right. Reverse: FECVND AVGVSTAE, Fecunditas standing left, holding cornucopiae and reaching out to boy standing right. RIC 331; RSC 5: Sear 8207. Near extremely fine/good very fine.
£70.00

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Julia Mamaea 'Fecunditas' Denarius 025268
Julia Mamaea 'Rare Standards and Capricorns' AE24 015178

Rare Julia Mamaea 'Standards and Capricorns' AE24
Bronze, 6.15 grams, 23.89 mm. Nicaea, Bithynia. 222-235 AD. Obverse: IOVLIA MAMAIA AVG, draped bust right. Reverse: NI-KAI to left and right, EWN below, three standards, the outer two surmounted by capricorns. SNG Copenhagen 521v (legends at sides, not between standards). Rare. Good fine/very fine. A significant coin which has been published on wildwinds.com
£49.00

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Julia Mamaea 'Rare Standards and Capricorns' AE24 015178


Main Roman Coin Book and Other References:

RIC = Mattingly, Harold    The Roman Imperial Coinage
BMC = Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum
RSC = Seaby, H A    Roman Silver Coinage
RCV = Sear, David R    Roman Coins and Their Values
Cr = Crawford, Michael    The Roman Republican Coinage
SB = Sear, David R    Byzantine Coins and Their Values
S = Coins of England and the United Kingdom
WW = Wildwinds.com (reference & attribution site)



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