Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Exodus_gear, Oct 20, 2020.
Obv is Constantius Nob G
Rev I think is ASIS with some other marking st rhe end.
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I'm not the one you want to ask about mintmarks, however.
No I have not, do you happen to have a link for it? Would appreciate it
No rush, I still need to sleep and then clean some more of it tomorrow lol
Don't know why photo appears.
1088RE) Constantine II (AD 337-340), AE-3, 18.5 mm, 3.12 grms, (As
Caesar, AD 328-329),
Obv: Laureate draped and cuirassed bust left,
FL. IVL. CONSTANTIVS NOB. C.
Rev : Camp-gate
However, I am curious if that was intended to be a "double crescent" or whether it represents a number in the Siscian language, such as was used in these FEL TEMP issues of Siscia issued a few decades later:
Constantius II, AD 337-361.
Roman Æ 3 (1/4 maiorina?), 2.36 g, 18.7 mm, 11 h.
Siscia, AD 348-49, fifth officina.
Obv: D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust, right.
Rev: FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Phoenix, nimbate, standing right on mound of rocks; ЄSIS(Siscian symbol 5) in exergue.
Refs: RIC viii p. 366, 240; LRBC II 1133; RCV 18250; Cohen 58.
RI Flavius Victor 384-388 CE AE4 14mm 1-8g Aquileia Camp Gate Star SMAQS RIC IX 55b-2 LRBC1104
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