|Julian II, The
Apostate (360-363 A.D.) - AE3 1/2 Centenionalis - 19.16mm, 2.29gr
|Obverse - IMP IVLIANVS NOB CAES
Julian, his bare-headed, draped and
cuirassed bust right.
|Reverse - FEL TEMP-REPARATIO,
GSLG in exergue.
Helmeted soldier advancing left, shield on left arm, spearing fallen horseman;
shield on ground at right. Horseman, wearing Phrygian helmet, turns to face soldier and
extends left arm.
|Minted in Lugdunum (Lyons,
France) between November 6, 355 and spring 360 A.D., during his reign
Caesar under Constantius II
Kent, J.P.C., "Roman Imperial Coinage", Volume 8 (RIC), Lugdunum, p191, nr. 195, obverse JC1
Sear, David R., "Roman Coins and their Values" (RCV 4th Revised Edition), p343, nr 4063, variety
Failmezger, V., "Roman Bronze Coins From Paganism To Christianity 294-364 A.D.", nr 464b1J
Carson, R.A.G., Hill, P.V., & Kent, J.P.C., "Late Roman Bronze Coinage", Part II, p50, .nr 258
Van Meter, D., "Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins", p304, nr 26