JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin

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JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin

JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
JULIAN of PANNONIA , 284-285 A. Usurper Bronze Antoninianus 3.05 gm. Uniform dark brown patina. RIC 2; Pink VI/2, p. IMP C M AVR IVLIANVS P F AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Julian of Pannonia right. FELICI-TAS TEMPORVM, Felicitas standing facing, head left, holding caduceus and scepter. Provided with certificate of authenticity. CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC by Sergey Nechayev, PhD – Numismatic Expert Marcus Aurelius Sabinus Iulianus also known as Julian of Pannonia; d. 285-286 was a Roman usurper (283-285 or 286) against Emperor Carinus or Maximian. It is possible that up to four usurpers with a similar name rebelled in a time-frame of a decade, but at least one of them is known by numismatic evidence. Usurper against Carinus (283-285) Iulianus was a corrector in northern Italy, in 283/284, (and not a praetorian prefect as stated by some sources). Soon after the news of the death of Emperor Carus (in 283) or Numerian[3] (in November 284) arrived in the western provinces, Iulianus revolted in Pannonia. He issued coins from Siscia, some of them bearing a legend celebrating Pannonia. Emperor Carinus, brother of Numerian, who had marched from Roman Britain to deal with the usurpation, met, defeated, and killed Iulianus early in 285, in Italy (possibly in Verona), or in Illyricum. According to some scholars, it is possible that two usurpers actually existed: a M. Iulianus, corrector in Italy, rebelled after Carus’ death, with the control of Pannonia, and defeated in Illyricum; a Sabinus Iulianus, praetorian prefect, usurper in Italy after Numerian’s death, defeated near Verona. Usurper against Maximian and Diocletian A third Iulianus is mentioned revolting between the time Maximian had been raised to the rank of Augustus (1 March 286) and the time Constantius Chlorus and Galerius became Caesar (March 1, 293). The revolt of this Iulianus took place in Italy, but ended when, during a siege, a breach was opened in the walls of his city, and he threw himself in the fire. The item “JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin” is in sale since Thursday, May 05, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “victoram” and is located in Forest Hills, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Bronze
  • Ruler: JULIAN of PANNONIA
  • Composition: Antoninianus

JULIAN of PANNONIA 284AD Very Rare NGC Certified XF Authentic Ancient Roman Coin