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Julia Domna Earrings

Julia Domna Earrings

Regular price $105.00 USD
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The cost of shipping to European Union (EU) countries is 8.5 euros.

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Description of the Julia Domna Earrings

Retro earrings in tribute to Julia Domna, Roman empress.

In sterling silver or with a brass base plated in yellow or rose gold. The sticks and pressures are in silver or gold-plated silver.

Measurements may vary slightly.

  • Length: 5cm
  • Width: 3cm

About Earrings Julia Domna

In the year 180 AD an oracle predicted that the young Julia Domna would marry the future emperor of Rome. During her life Julia was the most powerful empress, the one who received the most titles and dignities, the one who came to be considered the mother of the Caesars, the armies and the country. She was also known as the philosopher empress for her ability to govern intelligently and overcome the political betrayals that spread in a world dominated by men.

Lucius Septimius Severus, a provincial governor, married her when he heard of the oracle's prediction and became the first emperor of the Severan dynasty.

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