Eudoxia. AD 383 to 404. AE 3.

Ancient Coins - Eudoxia.  AD 383 to 404.  AE 3.
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Eudoxia was the wife of Arcadius, and mother of Theodosius II.

Denomination : AE 3. Mint : Antioch, 3rd officina.

Reference : Sear-4241

Size : 16.0 x 16.7 mm. Weight : 2.55 grams.

Grade : VF with a dark brown patination. The reverse was struck with a slightly worn die.  This coin looks much nicer than the image would suggest. 

Obverse : Diademed head of Eudoxia right with AEL EVDOXIA AVG around (a few letters are weakly struck).

Reverse : Victory seated right, inscribing a Christogram onto a shield set on a cippus, with SALVS REIPUBLICAE around, with the mint mark ANT G below.

Price SKU: vcoin2938
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Rates for: 01/22/18

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