Two coins: 1) A miliarensis of Julian the Apostate.

A realistic portrait of the Emperor, with full moustache and beard, on the reverse is a design of victory. 2) A miliarensis of Gracian.


From a hoard of twenty silver miliarenses and 396 silver silquae which was discovered at Bromham in Wiltshire in March 1981 and subsequently declared Treasure Trove at an inquest in Devizes.

Wiltshire Museum

41 Long Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1NS
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