Julian of Pannonia

Julian of Pannonia c.284 – 285 A.D.

Often referred to as "julian of Pannonia", Julian is one of the lesser-known usurpers. He was elevated as emperor by his own troops during the reign of Carinus and the two met in battle with the latter emerging victorius and the former killed. Julian's coins are rare and very costly. AU Aureus RIC 1, C 1 Aureus Obv: IMPCIVLIANVSPFAVG - Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: LIBERTASPVBLICA - Libertas standing left, holding pileus and cornucopia in left; star in right field. c.284 (Siscia). $28,517 12/5/02. AE Antoninianus RIC 2, C 1 Antoninianus Obv: IMPCMAVRIVLIANVSPFAVG...

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