Vota coins of Julian II and Jovian

This page is only on the copper denominations. It does not consider the silver siliqua of this period which commonly mention vows.
 

Julian II issued only one vota type and it is common from numerous mints:

Julian II, Caesar 355, Augustus 361-363
20-18 mm. 2.63 grams.

VOT/X/MVLT/XX in wreath
CONSPA in exergue

RIC VIII Constantinople 166 "3 Nov. 361 - 26 June 363"

These were not stuck for Julian as Caesar. The numbers are both vota taken, not paid.

 

 

 

  

Jovian struck two reverse vota types (VOT V and VOT V MVLT X), each with bust left and bust right varieties.

VOT V:

Jovian, 27 June 363 - 17 Feb. 364
20-19 mm.
VOT/V
<crescent>BSIS
Bust right

RIC VIII Siscia 423
 

 

 

 

 
Jovian
19 mm. 
VOT/V
HERACB in exergue
bust left

RIC VIII Heraclea 108
 
 
VOT V MVLT X

Jovian
19 mm.  3.34 grams
VOT/V/MVLT/X
BSIRM in exergue
Bust right

RIC VIII Sirmium 118
 

 


Jovian
20 mm.
VOT/V/MVLT/X
HERACB in exergue

RIC VIII Heraclea 110
 

 

 

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