This anonymous small quarter follis was formerly attributed to the period of Julian II, but subsequent scholarship by Johan van Heesch has demonstrated it was issued c. 311-312 as part of The Great Persecution of Christians in the east by Diocletian, Galerius, and Maximinus II Daia. A series of anonymous coins featuring pagan subjects was struck at the cities of Antioch, Nicomedia, and Alexandria. This one was struck at Antioch, which issued five types, four featuring the Tyche of Antioch and Apollo (see this amazingly educational thread by David@PCC), and this one, featuring Jupiter and Victoria. They are found with a variety of officinae and control marks, which suggest the output was large and complex. The image of Jupiter on this issue may be modeled after the statue of Zeus Nikephoros of the Temple of Apollo at Daphne which Antiochus IV commissioned for his great festival of 167 B.C. The series is not listed in RIC. Post any coins you have of this series or anything you feel is relevant! Anonymous issue under Maximinus II. Roman billon quarter follis, 1.23 g, 14.3 mm, 11 h. Antioch, AD 311-312. Obv: IOVI CONS-ERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and scepter. Rev: VICTOR-IA AVGG, Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm; ANT in exergue, Γ in right field. Refs: RCV 14932; Van Heesch 2; Cohen (Julian II) 53; Vagi 2955. Notes: Ex @dougsmit collection.