@Victor_Clark with some recently: https://www.cointalk.com/threads/roma-with-constantinopolis-reverse.388724/#post-8003065 In the late 1990s I wrote a large website on ancient imitations https://augustuscoins.com/ed/imit/index.html with some pages devoted to coins from the time of Constantine. The images were from scans and therefore not great. Recently I decided to redo the pages on Constantinian-era coins and the six web pages beginning here are the result: http://augustuscoins.com/ed/imit/imitGE.html The images are larger and better. The text font is also larger. The organization is clearer. (PM me if you have comments or corrections. I welcome your input.) Here is an interesting example: It is interesting for being so remarkably well done, given it is only 10 mm and 1.08 grams. Constantine II. Tiny, with outstanding lettering. Rarely is such a small flan matched by correspondingly small dies done so well. The size assures it is an imitation. Why did the engraver do such a fine job on the obverse legend? CONSTANTINVS IVN ... /GLORIA [EXERCITVS] mintmark not visible. From Berk, 1984. @Victor_Clark has a page, ""Barbarous' coinage of the Fourth Century": http://www.constantinethegreatcoins.com/barb2/ Show us some ancient imitations!