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The obverse side of the coin features the face of Julia Domna with text on either side of her face. The reverse side of the coin features Juno holding a scepter and a patera, a peacock on the left of the goddess, and dotted lines surrounding the…

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This coin depicts the bust of Juno Moneta, an epithet of the patron goddess of Rome, Juno. The temple of Juno Moneta in Rome stamped and minted coinage. The reverse side of the coin depicts a naked athlete running while holding a palm branch. The…

The obverse side shows Juno Sospita. She is the daughter of Saturn and is one of the first three original Gods of Rome. The reverse side shows a she-wolf from the famous tale of Romulus and Remus and an eagle. Trojan exiles noticed a fire in the…
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