Here is an example that should be very common but I haven't seen too often: AE3 18x17mm 1.81g centenionalis/maiorina, minted at Siscia, cca. autumn 384-summer 387. DN THEODO - SIVS PF AVG; pearl-diademed draped cuirassed bust r. GLORIA RO - MANORVM; Emperor to right, holding labarum and dragging captive towards right. ASISC in exergue RIC IX Siscia 38b The popular type introduced by Valentinian I and Valens in 364 was revived by Valentinian II after recovering Illyricum from Theodosius as a result of the understanding between Theodosius and Maximus in the autumn of 384. The purpose was to use it as propaganda tool to remind the citizens of his illustrious father and uncle and the happier times of the 360s and early 370s. The issues at Siscia during this last period are fewer and the mint had an overall smaller output than during the previous decade, when it minted scores of issues for Valentinian I, Valens and Gratian. Eventually the issues of the mint at Siscia dried out around mid 387 when the mint was likely closed. It is possible that the AE3 GLORIA ROMANORVM for the three emperors Valentinian II, Theodosius and Arcadius continued until the closing of the mint. This particular specimen is of great style for the type and has a pleasing old collection toning. Please add your interesting Theodosius I specs.