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The Gemma Claudia is an onyx cameo that dates back to 49 AD. The date the piece was created co-insides with the marriage of Claudius and Agrippina so it is believed to be a wedding gift. The artist of the piece is unknown. The Gemma Claudia is a five-layered onyx cameo which features Agrippina’s parents -Germanicus (front right) and Agrippina the elder (back right).
On the left hand side of the onyx cameo, the Emperor Claudius is depicted in front of his wife Agrippina. All four busts are protruding from cornucopias with an eagle situated between them. Along side her husband, facing her parents; Agrippina is represented as a figure of power and prosperity. In the Gemma Claudia, Agrippina is represented as Cybele, the Roman Goddess of fertility.
The significance of this piece is the presence of Germanicus and his wife Agrippina the Elder. Before their deaths, Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder were very popular with the Roman people, so by connecting these four busts, the popularity of the Germanicus and his wife is linked and influences the popularity of Agrippina and Claudius.
The use of these Germanicus and Agrippina is also a means of propaganda to promote the Julian family.
The four heads displayed on the cameo are shown to rise out of cornucopias (the horn of plenty). Singularly, Cornucopias represent abundance, prosperity, nourishment and fertility. Combined with the busts of these influence people of the Roman empire, this symbolises the prosperity of Rome and its government.
Not much is known about the Gemma Claudia. It is known whether it an original piece, if there are multiple or what its purpose is. It is believed to potentially be a wedding gift for Claudius and Agrippina. As a wedding gift, the significance of this piece is the presentation of loyalty and the acknowledgment of power.
Roman coinage minted in AD54 The gold coin features the busts of Nero (left) and Agrippina (right) on the obverse side of the coin. Surrounding them are the words ‘AGRIPP AVG DIVI CL AVD NERONIS CAES MATER’. On the reverse side of the coin surrounding a oak-wreath are the words ‘NERONI CLAVD DIVI F CAES AVG GERM IMP TR P’.
Inside the oak-wreath are the letters ‘EX S C’. On this coin Agrippina is depicted as the mother of the Emperor Nero, as well as a figure of power. She is depicted as an individual of power as her name is printed on the obverse side of the coin rather than her son, the Emperor. The significance of this coin is the fact that Agrippina is presented on the front of the coin along with her name and titles, signifying her as a person of great importance. It was the first and last time that a coin insinuated that that a woman, the emperor’s mother, was more im.....