There seems to be a lot of variants to the reverse imagery of this type with Jupiter holding a globe / Victory / a lighting bolt and standing next to an eagle / wreath / captive or a combination of any of the above. The variants would make for an interesting sub-collection. Below is a coin I bought in 2017 but have not gotten around to photographing or posting until now. It's certainly not going to win any beauty contests but I still like it. Roman Empire Constantine I, AD 306-337 AE Follis, Cyzicus mint, 6th officina, struck ca. 313-315 Dia.: 21 mm Wt.: 3.8 g Obv.: IMP C FL VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG; Laureate head right Rev.: IOVI CONS-ERVATORI; Jupiter standing left, holding globe surmounted by Victory in right hand, holding scepter in left hand; eagle holding wreath in beak at left; S // SMK Ref.: RIC VII 3 Ex JAZ Numismatics This next coin is one I have posted before and is roughly contemporary to the above. It shows the same details as Constantine's coin. Roman Empire Licinius I AE Follis, Thessalonica mint, struck ca. AD 312-313 Obv.: IMP LIC LICINIVS P F AVG; Laureate bust left Rev.: IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGGNN; Jupiter standing left, holding globe surmounted by Victory in right hand, holding scepter in left hand; eagle holding wreath in beak at left; / TS A Ref.: RIC VI 59 Here is a statue of Jupiter from ca. AD 100 on display at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. The bronze eagle, scepter, globe and Victory were all added in the 1800s and were likely influenced by the coin imagery. Here is a painting found at Pompeii showing many of the same themes. Please post your variants of the IOVI CONSERVATORI type or any coins showing Jupiter!