1°: The admirable roman emperor Julian II (“the Apostate”; 331-363 a.C.), follower of the divine Iamblichus.

Coin of Julian II, obvers with the picture of the emperor with beard. Antioch, 361-363 a.C. (Solid gold, 4.47 g) 

2°: Sol Invictus (coin). As wey know, Julian II tried to restablish the pagan cult to the Sun, following a neoplatonic interpretation of the religion, by abolisiching the officiality of Christian

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    Coins featuring Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate. 331 - 363.
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