Two coins: 1) A miliarensis of Julian the Apostate.
- 2 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £400 ( Total: £1,600)
- Acquired in:
- Treasure Trove Reviewing Committee
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.
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