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Roman coin depicting Galla Placidia

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Roman coin showing Galla Placidia
Roman coin depicting Galla Placidia

Roman gold coin (solidus) depicting Elia Galla Placidia. The object is dated to the 5th century CE. The coin was minted in Aquileia (Italy) and was found near Prokuplje in south-eastern Serbia.

On the obverse of the coin is a bust of Galla Placidia with a pearl tiara on his head and a monogram of Christ on his shoulder. On the reverse is placed Victoria holding the cross in her hand.


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