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Constantine I; imitative of AE3; Victories with shield on altar
Description: Constantine I (307 - 337 AD). AE3 imitative. Laureate, helmeted and cuirassed bust right; blundered legends / Two victories standing facing one another, holding shield with Chi-Rho (?) on altar; blundered legends.
Diameter: AE16 mm
Weight: 1.94 g
Grade: F/gF
Attribution: cf. RIC VII 53
Commentary: dark grey patina
History: The use of Christian symbols on imitative coins from the first half of the 4th century shows us how the iconography of the new religion had been spreading in the far corners of the empire and beyond.
Article Number: 011-10-03-44287