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Aeternitas Imperii

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Trajan and Hadrian shown as a personification, symbolizes the eternity of the empire in general. In addition, it has been used in connection with the consecration. Septimius Severus has the eternity and related as eternity imperial striking the dynasty. A striking evidence for the link between Sol and Luna's eternity and Septimius Severus is discussed in the chapter. The Münzlegende rector Orbis is effective for Didius Julianus. The corresponding inner part shows the bearded emperor as Togatus with globe and scroll standing or seated on the sella curulis. It should be noted that one should in the sun Lions' recognize no compelling emesisches image, but the image rather on the Alexander Imitation Caracalla points and as the entire thematic complex by Sol. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Caracalla; Hadrian; Septimius Severus; Trajan



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