Roman Republic Genius and Goat 85 BC (116)
Roman Republic ancient coin with winged Genius riding a goat within a laurel wreath.
Apollo is on the back of the pendant.
Rome mint 85 B.C. D Silanus, moneyer.
One of a kind with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Silver Denarius Coin is 21 mm
Set in an 18kt gold mount with 0.47 ctw H1/SI diamonds.
In ancient Rome, it was believed that every person, location, or group had a unique genius. This spirit acted as a safeguard or mentor that followed them throughout their lifespan. Genius was a guardian deity who aided a person's destiny, prosperity, and creativity.
In ancient Rome, Apollo was one of the most important and widely revered deities. He was originally a Greek god, but the Romans adopted and incorporated many aspects of Greek mythology into their own religious beliefs. He was associated with music, poetry, prophecy, archery, healing, the sun, and more.