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Constantius II; AE3 Constantinople; soldiers with standard
Description: Constantius II (Caesar: 324 - 337 AD). AE3 Constantinople mint 336-337 AD. FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C; laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / GLORIA EXERCITVS; two soldiers, helmeted, standing with spears and shields, facing standard between them; CONSS in ex.
Diameter: AE17 mm
Weight: 1,86 g
Grade: VF/VF
Attribution: RIC VII Constantinople 151; Sear 17714
Commentary: rare; attractive brown patina, minor lighter patches
History: Constantius, though younger than his brother Constantine II, was probably the driving force behind the massacres of 337 AD and gained the most valuable part of the empire.
Article Number: 002-02-06-45412