Title: Rare Roman Bronze Coin, Jovian, c. 364-375 A.D.Date & Origin: Roman, c. 364-375 A.D.Obverse: D. N. IOVIANVS P. F. AVG. Diadem, draped and cuirassed bust, right.
Reverse: VOT./V./MVLT/X. in laurel wreath; in exergue BSIAM.
Jovian Reigned for less than one year.
Flavius Jovianus ruled for only one year and was captain of the imperial guard under Julian, but was accidentally suffocated at Dadastana, in Galatia, through a brazier of charcoal having been left in his bed-chamber. Material: BronzeDimensions: 2.2 cm D - 7/8 inchProvenance: Private UK collection of the 1980s. This item comes with a Certificate of Authenticity
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