Another possibility is that the presence of Maximinus is actually evidence against the above hypothesis I.e. that the coin refers to Maxentius’ defeat
bkk could be a cost code, k being 0 ...
The mint is Arles
If you replace ‘corners’ with dies and ‘right’ with obverse it makes more sense, and indicates a corpus of known coins rather than a hoard as such
I received the same mail, screenshot attached
It looks like the holes don’t line up?
It looks normal to me, I think it’s just that the bottom right ‘leg’ of the R has been weakly struck
In the general sense that the 3 sons controlled different parts of the empire, so the coins from the mints within their respective parts could be...
Here you go
Great to see some Aussies in your cricketing heroes!
Per your request for coins that pose difficulties I would be interested in your thoughts on this coin of Maximianus, ex Sydenham: noted in LMCC...
The authors of The London Mint of Constantius and Constantine also combined the RIC numbers 14a and 20 for Constantius into a single reference, ie...
Re the conundrum, did you mean 17 rather than 19 ? 19 is IMP MAXIMIANVS PF AVG, not IMP C MAXIMIANVS AVG like 6 b and 17?
Anyway, the authors of...
To return to early examples of London mint coins, here are my best specimens of 6a Diocletian and 6 b Maximian[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
And a very nice one it is, thanks for sharing!
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