Mysia. Pergamum. Livia & Julia (Wife and Daughter of Augustus). Ae 19

Ancient Coins - Mysia. Pergamum. Livia & Julia (Wife and Daughter of Augustus). Ae 19
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Mysia. Pergamum. Livia & Julia (Wife and Daughter of Augustus). Ae 19 mm. 4.6 gm. (Circa 10-2 BC). Charinus Grammateus, magistrate. Obv: ΛIBIAN HPAN XAPINOΣ. Draped bust of Livia (as Hera) right. Rev: IOYΛIAN AΦPOΔITHN. Draped bust of Julia (as Aphrodite) right. RPC I 2359.  
Julia, the only daughter of Octavian, was first married to her 17 year old cousin Marcellus in 25 BC.  Following the death of Marcellus in 23 BC, she was wed to Agrippa, and bore him the children Lucius, Caius, Agrippina and Agrippa Postumus.  When Agrippa died on 12 BC Julia was forced to marry Tiberius, a marriage that proved to be unhappy for both.  Exiled by Octavian (then Augustus) to Pandataria in 2 BC on the grounds of adultery, Julia died around the time Tiberius succeeded to the throne in AD 14.  Julia was the grandmother of Caligula (born to Agrippina and Germanicus) and great-grandmother of the last of the Julio-Claudians, Nero.
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