Well, I received this follis in the mail today. It depicts one of the Caesars Crispus. His story is rather sad. He was the oldest son of Constantine the Great and was in line to be the next emperor. However, his evil step mother falsely accused him of raping her. Constantine had his son put to death for this transgression. At a later date Constantine found out that his wife was lying about the rape. He had her slowly boiled alive. Icky story about a dysfunctional family that perhaps only needed a bit of consuling and theraphy. NAHHHH !!!!. ID on this one is RIC 181 a and it was minted in Siscia between 321-324 AD.