Octavian and Julius; 37 B.C.; Puteoli; 2.3

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The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

Name/Title

Octavian and Julius

About this object

Obverse:
Sesterius coin.
Head of Octavian bare, facing right.
"CAE(s)A(r) DIVI.F" (read down both sides)

Reverse:
Head of Julius Caesar, laureate.
"DIVO(s) IVLIVS" (the deified Julius)

Date Made

37 B.C.

Period

Roman Republic (509-27 B.C.)

Place Made

Puteoli

Place Notes

location unsure

Subject and Association Keywords

Caesar

Subject and Association Keywords

Octavian

Medium and Materials

Silver

Technique

hand struck

Measurements

1.2 inches

Collection

John Z. Miller

Object Type

coin

Object number

2.3

Copyright Licence  

Public Domain - No rights reserved - no known copyright restrictions No rights reserved - no known copyright restrictions

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