14kt Gold & Silver Theodosius I, Janus, and Athena Greek & Roman Coin Necklace
This delicate charm necklace features a solid silver museum quality replica of a Roman Theodosius I Coin, Roman Janus Coin, and Greek Athena coin set in a 14kt gold setting. From around 171 B.C., this coin has made quite the journey to get here! The coin rests on a 925 purity sterling silver rope chain perfect for everyday wear.
Theodosius I, Janus, & Athena Coins Museum Quality Replication
** PLEASE NOTE: This is the exact coin necklace you will receive!
Theodosius I - The last Roman emperor to rule over both the East and Western parts of the empire. He abolished slavery and developed the feudal system in Rome. This coin is a commemorative issue of his arrival in Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) from 380 AD.
JANUS - The Roman god of beginnings, endings, doorways, and duality; Janus is portrayed as the old/young man look both into the future and the past. This coin's origin is approximately 400 BC.
ATHENA - The Greek goddess of Wisdom and Warfare, Athena was also known as the patron god of Athens. Athenian coins were most popularly minted around 170 BC.