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Constantine I; AE Follis, Rome; Roma in temple
Description: Constantine I (Caesar 306 - 309 AD). AE Follis, Rome mint 306-307 AD. CONSTANTINVS NOB CAES; laureate head right / CONSERVATORES VRB SVAE; Roma seated facing on throne, head left, holding globe and sceptre; all within hexastyle temple decorated with knobs as acroteria and wreath in pediment; R * Q in ex.
Diameter: AE26 mm
Weight: 6,22 g
Grade: aVF/aVF
Attribution: RIC VI 196
Commentary: scarce; brown patina, edge break, flat reverse
History: In late 306 AD Maxentius mocked Constantine as a son of a harlot and only a year later an alliance between the Maximian's and Constantius' sons was sealed by a marriage of Constantine and Fausta.
Article Number: 062-06-04-44493