Crispus only example. This is done now. Making few researches on my new coin made me discover many interesting unknown details. Here they are : 1) similarity with the Bible’s story of Joseph, son of Jacob ; “Now Joseph was well-built and handsome, and after a while his master’s wife took notice of Joseph and said, ‘Come to bed with me!’, but he refused. One day he went into the house to attend to his duties, and none of the household servants was inside.(...) She caught him by his cloak and said, ‘Come to bed with me!’ And he left his cloak in her hand and run out of the house. She called her household servants. ‘Look’, she said to them, ‘this Hebrew has been brought to us to make sport of us! He came in here to sleep with me, but I screamed’. (...) When his master heard the story his wife told him, saying ‘This is how your slave treated me’, he burned with anger. Joseph’s master took him and put him in prison, the place where the King’s prisoners were confined.” (Genesis chapter 39) 2) Crispus was the son of Constantine the great. He was Caesar with his half brother Constantine II and with his first cousin Licinius II. He was the most likely choice for an heir to the throne at the time. His siblings Constantine II, Constantius II and Constans were far too young and knew very little about the tasks of an emperor. He was appointed as Commander of Gaul, and was the leader of the fleet of 200 ships in the Battle of Hellespont against Licinius troops. Also Crispus was in charge of half of the legions in Constantine army. Fausta, her stepmother , was extremely jealous of him. Perhaps she was afraid that Constantine would put aside the sons she bore him. So, in order to get rid of Crispus, Fausta had a plan. She apparently told the young Caesar that she was in love with him and suggested an illegitimate love affair. Crispus denied the indecent proposal of Fausta and left the palace in a hurry. She reported to Constantine that she dismissed him after his attempt to rape her. Constantine believed her and, true to his strong personality and short temper, executed his beloved son. Not too long after that, Constantine discovered the whole truth and Fausta was executed by being cast into boiling water... A number of modern historians believe that Crispus and Fausta really did have an affair. When Constantine found out, his reaction was to have both of them killed. A possible cause of delay in the execution of Fausta is pregnancy. 3) Now about my newest acquisition : Crispus ae Follis Rome 19 mm 2.60 g 326 AD FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES/ PROVIDEN-TIAS CAESS Campgate, 2 turrets, 6 layers, no doors, star above. Mintmark R wreath Q RIC 288 I picked up this coin because it is the last emission of Crispus in Rome before his death. The minting of this type started after the fall of Licinius in 324 AD. This type is rated rare since Crispus disappeared from the coinage in 326 AD following his killing. Please show me your CRISPUS examples ...!