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Gold Solidus of Constantine II. Byzantine coin struck in Rome, probably in the year 353 by Constantius II, one of the four sons of Constantine the Great. (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Art Roman, Coin Art, Gold And Silver Coins, Byzantine Art, Antique Coins, Ancient Jewelry, Medieval Art, Rare Coins, Ancient Artifacts

Gold Solidus of Constantine II. Date: 337–361. Culture: Byzantine. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Antony and Cleopatra VII, denarius. portrait of Antony Obverse Portrait of the Queen; Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ptolemaic Dynasty, Hellenistic Period, Gold And Silver Coins, Rare Coins

Antony and Cleopatra VII, denarius. portrait of Antony Obverse Portrait of the Queen; 32-31 BCE. Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo

of August Eugenius was elected Western Emperor. He was a usurper against Theodosius I. He was the last Emperor to support Roman polytheism. Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Romans, Gold Sovereign, Coin Worth, Antique Coins, Commemorative Coins, World Coins, Rare Coins, Coin Collecting

23rd of August 392CE, Eugenius was elected Western Emperor. He was a usurper against Theodosius I. He was the last Emperor to support Roman polytheism.

eAuction Constantius I. As Caesar, AD Plated electrotype of an AV Medallion g, After a Treveri (Trier) mint issue of AD Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Romans, Coin Auctions, Coin Worth, Gold Bullion, Rare Coins, Coin Collecting, Artemis, Gold Coins

eAuction 299. Constantius I. As Caesar, AD 293-305. Plated electrotype of an AV Medallion (42mm, 23.22 g, 6h). After a Treveri (Trier) mint issue of AD 297.

Constantius I (293-305). Multiple of 10 aurei, 52.88 g, 42 mm, 6 h, Treveri, 297. FL VAL CONSTA – NTIUS NOBIL CAES. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right. / R – EDDITOR LUCIS AETERNA – E. Constantius I, holding spear, on horseback right; below, galley with 4 soldiers sailing right. Kneeling Britannia with outstretched arms before the city gates of London left; LON below. In exergue, PTR. Scratches, a flan flaw on the neck, casting bubbles. $2.000.

Julia Domna (193-217). Æ (Orichalcum), 11.19 g, 211-217. IVLIA PIA – FELIX AVG Diademed and draped bust r. / VESTA Vesta, veiled, seated l., holding sceptre and simpulum. In exergue, S C. C 229. BMC Caracalla 231. RIC Caracalla 606. A portrait of superb style, work of a very skilled engraver. Lovely enamel-like green patina and good extremely fine. NAC78, 1042. Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Romans, Roman Hairstyles, Metal Detecting, Old Coins, Artemis, Antiquities, Roman Empire, Seals

Julia Domna (193-217). Æ (Orichalcum), 11.19 g, 211-217. IVLIA PIA – FELIX AVG Diademed and draped bust r. / VESTA Vesta, veiled, seated l., holding sceptre and simpulum. In exergue, S C. C 229. BMC Caracalla 231. RIC Caracalla 606. A portrait of superb style, work of a very skilled engraver. Lovely enamel-like green patina and good extremely fine. NAC78, 1042.