Magnence (350-353). Médaillon de 3 solidi, commémorant la libération d’Aquilée ND (c.351), Aquilée.

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Av. D N MAGNEN - TIVS P F AVG. Buste drapé et cuirassé à droite, vu de trois-quarts face. Rv. LIBERATOR REI PVBLICAE / SMAQ. L’Empereur nimbé, en habits militaires à cheval à droite offre sa main droite à la République drapée et tourelée faisant mine de s’agenouiller à gauche, en tenant une corne d’abondance.
RIC.VIII 128 - Gnecchi - - P. Bastien, Le monnayage de Magnence (350-353) (2nd éd. 1983), 196, 339 - A. Jelocnik, Le trésor d'Emona, RN 1967, 12 et pl.36, 5 ; Or - 13,46 g - 34 mm - 11 h
Provient de “Monaco Collection” et de the Paramount Collection n°30066 (Ex. NGC MS* 5/5 3/5 Fine style) et antérieurement Münzen & Medaillen 92, 22 novembre 2002, n° 329 - Münzen & Medaillen 79, 28 février 1994, n° 617 - et Trésor d’Emona, 1956.
Frappe parfaitement centrée sur un flan régulier, qui conserve de son brillant d’origine. Exceptionnel buste et représentation. Superbe à Fleur de coin.
La représentation de notre exemplaire montre la politique populaire de Magnence, représenté tête nue, sans attributs, au droit et au revers comme libérateur de l’État de la tyrannie des fils de Constantin Ier. Cette frappe commémorative montre son entrée à Aquilée à la fin de 350 ou au début de 351. Magnence, Flavius Magnus Magnentius est de parents de souche barbare, né vers 303. Il s’élève dans l’armée romaine rapidement et devient en 340, commandant de la garde personnelle de Constans. En 350, il est suffisamment puissant pour comploter et, portant le manteau pourpre des empereurs se fait acclamer par ses soldats. Constans est exécuté, ainsi que Népotien à Rome tandis que son frère Décence est nommé César pour combattre les Allemands sur le Rhin. En 351, Constance II, Empereur d’Orient tente de se venger mais est battu et Magnence s’empare de Siscia. En septembre 351, la bataille très meurtrière de Mursa voit Magnence fuir se réfugier à Lyon où il se suicide en 353
Magnentius (350-353). 3 Solidi medallion, commemorating the liberation of the city of Aquileia, undated (c.351), Aquileia. Obv. D N MAGNEN - TIVS P F AVG. Draped and cuirassed three-quarters bust right. Rv. LIBERATOR REI PVBLICAE / SMAQ. Emperor in military attire on horseback. Right hand holding a scroll. Left hand holding a cornucopia. RIC.VIII 128 - Gnecchi - - P. Bastien, Le monnayage de Magnence (350-353) (2nd éd. 1983), 196, 339 - A. Jelocnik, Le trésor d'Emona, RN 1967, 12 et pl.36, 5 ; Gold - 13,46 g - 34 mm - 11 h. Provenance “Monaco Collection” and the Paramount Collection n°30066 (Ex. NGC MS* 5/5 3/5 Fine style), beforehand Münzen & Medaillen 92, November 22, 2002, n° 329 - Münzen & Medaillen 79, 28 February 1994, n° 617 – Emona hoard, 1956. Exceptionally well struck bust on a perfectly centered planchet. Original brilliant luster. Extremely fine to Fleur de coin. The coin features the bust of Magnentius, depicted bare-headed without attributes on the obverse, on the reverse as liberator of the state from the tyranny of Constantine I’s son. This commemorative depicts his entry into Aquileia at the end of year 350 or beginning of 351. Magnentius, Flavius Magnus Magnentius, was born circa 303 to parents with barbarian ancestry. He was rapidly promoted in the Roman army and became commander of Constans personal guard in 340. In 350, he led a successful revolt supported by his soldier, wearing the Emperor's purple mantle. Constans and Nepotianus were executed in Rome. Decentius was appointed Caesar to fight the Germans on the Rhine. In 351, Constantius II, Emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire, avenged these actions but was defeated and Magnentius seized Siscia. In September 351 at the deadly battle of Mursa, Magnentius fled to Lyon where he committed suicide in 353.
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