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- ID: 403
Julianus, 360-363 A.D.
Av.: FL CL IVLIA-NVS P F AVG Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to r.
Rv.: VIRTVS EXERCI-TVS ROMANORVM Roman soldier, holding trophy, dragging a captive by his hair, in exergue, ANTI.
Normal weight. c. 20 mm.
Ref.: cf. Hirmer 695.
BoC: 20/2, 1995/6, p.30.
FAKE – This curious counterfeit differs in many details from the genuine solidi: The captive should wear his native dress and not just a loin-cloth, the soldier a short tunic and not a skirt resembling a dancer´s tutu.Both figures have the well-developped calves which point to Bulgaria as the country of origin.