Ulpia Severina 270-273AD Antoninianus Coin Fine-Very Fine
- A genuine coin of the Ulpia Severina – wife of the Emperor Aurelian (270-275AD).
- Coins issued during her brief time in power are extremely scarce.
- Guaranteed to be a genuine, original coin of the Ancient Roman Empire.
- Presented in highly collectable Fine to Very Fine condition.
- Tiny number of Ulpia Severina coins available! Click add to cart now!
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Ulpia Severina was the wife of Aurelian (270-275AD) and may have ruled in her own name after the emperor was assassinated. If this is so – and numismatic evidence strongly suggests that it is – it would make Severina the only woman to have officially ruled the entire classical Roman Empire alone!
Before Tacitus took up the reins of power in 275AD, coinage was issued very briefly bearing the portrait of Severina, with all her types considered scarce. Very rarely offered, we have genuine Roman Antoninianus coins of Ulpia Severina in Fine to Very Fine condition.
Just a few examples available – immediate action a must. Click add to cart now!
|Year of Issue||270-273 A.D.|
|Grade||Fine to Very Fine|