Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by biohc, Feb 17, 2020.

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    I bought a lot mostly US coins from an old guy and in it were these 4 ancients. As I know little or nothing about them I was wondering if anyone could tell me about them?
    Thanks, Mike.

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  3. Clearly a Tetricus radiate (270-274 A.D.) Antoninianus of the Gallic empire, Constantine I of the Roman empire (306-337 A.D.), and a wolf and twins commemorative coin of Rome featuring Romulus and Remus being suckled by a she wolf (circa 330-340 A.D.) The last coin with the legend obscured may be Constans (337-350 A.D.). In any case you have two coins with the gloria exercitus reverse "the glory of the army".
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