Julian II Garnet Necklace
Julian, byname Julian the Apostate, Latin Julianus Apostata, original name Flavius Claudius Julianus, (born AD 331/332, Constantinople—died June 26/27, 363, Ctesiphon Mesopotamia), Roman Emperor from AD 361 to 363, nephew of Constantine the Great, and noted scholar and military leader who was proclaimed emperor by his troops. A persistent enemy of Christianity, he publicly announced his conversion to paganism in 361, thus acquiring the epithet “the Apostate.”
He was considered the last pagan emperor since after his death Christianity reigned over the Romans.
This necklace is made with garnet and 14k goldfill chain and sits at about 18" and has an adjustable clasp to 20". All the coins are authentic antique, of-the-era coins. This one is casted in bronze.