Ancient Roman Silver Coin Gordianus III 18kt Solid Gold Jewel Necklace Pendant
GOLD 18 Kt JEWEL. ROMAN GORDIANUS III COIN PENDANT. Gold pendant with original silver roman coin (Antoninian) of Emperor Gordianus III. The pendant it’s made of gold of 18 kt. Recreating the original roman art. This piece it’s handmade by artisan, isn’t a big production. We made the jewels one by one, ever using original coins. The jewel is delivered with black leather cord with silver fastener. Antique Spain Coins authenticity certificate. N (Laetitia is goddess of happiness). Gordian III , Latin in full Marcus Antonius Gordianus , (born 225died 244, Zaitha, Mesopotamia), Roman emperor. From 238 to 244. After the deaths of the joint emperors Gordian I. In 238, the Roman Senate proclaimed two elderly senators, Pupienus. However, the people and the Praetorian Guard. In Rome distrusted the Senates nominees and insisted on making the 13-year-old Gordian (grandson of Gordian I and nephew of Gordian II) caesar and heir to the throne. After his own troops murdered the deposed emperor Maximinus. (reigned 235238), the Praetorian Guard rioted, killed Pupienus and Balbinus, and in August. 238 proclaimed the young Gordian sole emperor. The government was directed first by his mother and later by his father-in-law, the praetorian prefect. In 242 Gordian accompanied Timesitheus on a campaign against the Persians. After successes in battle, the prefect died of an illness in 243 and was replaced by Philip the Arabian. In the spring of 244 Gordian was murdered by the troops and succeeded by Philip. The item “Ancient Roman Silver Coin Gordianus III 18kt Solid Gold Jewel Necklace Pendant” is in sale since Tuesday, March 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “antique_spain_coins” and is located in La Barata. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
- Certification: ANTIQUE SPAIN COINS.
- Composition: Gold 18 kt.
- Provenance: Spain
- Denomination: Antoninianus