Ted's Roman Coins - Constantine's Heirs (After 337 A.D.)


Obverse Reverse Constans r. 337-350 A.D.
Follis
Obv. CONSTANS PF AVG, minted 341-348 AD

Rev. 2 Victories holding wreaths
VICTORIAE DD (AVG Q NN)

SMTS(?) Thessalonica
Obverse Reverse Constans r. 337-350 A.D.
1/2 Centenionalis
Obv. Draped, cuirassed, diademed bust
D N CONSTANS PF AVG

Rev. Phoenix standing on a pyre
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ASIS, minted at Siscia
Obverse Reverse Constans r. 337-350 A.D.
Follis
Obv. Draped, cuirassed, diademed bust
D N CONSTANS PF AVG

Rev. Constans, with a phoenix on a globe, steering a galley (soldier seated). Possibly crossing into Britain (342 AD)
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TEST, Thessalonica mint
Obverse Reverse Constantius II r. 337-361 A.D.
Follis
Obv. DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG

Rev. Warrior spearing a fallen horseman.
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(A)SIS - minted at Siscia
Obverse Reverse Constantius II r. 337-361 A.D.
Follis
Obv. DN CONSTAN-TIVS PF AVG

Rev. Warrior spearing a fallen horseman.
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Gamma to the left
ALEB - Alexandria mint
Obverse Reverse Decentius r. 351-353 A.D.
Follis
Obv. MAG DECENTIVS NOB CAES
B behind his head

Rev. Two Victories w. shield inscribed VOT V MVLT X
VICT DD NN AVG ET CAES

R S - minted at Rome
Brother of the usurper Magnentius. Both men committed suicide after Constantius II defeated Magnentius in battle.
Obverse Reverse Constantius Gallus
Follis, 351-354 A.D.
Obv. (DN FL CL) CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES
As Caesar under Constantius II
Bareheaded, with 'delta' behind.

Rev. Warrior spearing a fallen horseman.
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SMKB - minted at Cyzicus