MAXIMINVS I (235 – 238 A.D.) AE30 of Anchialos, Thrace. city gate with two towers, Poseidon, with trident & hippocampus

Ancient Coins - MAXIMINVS I (235 – 238 A.D.) AE30 of Anchialos, Thrace. city gate with two towers, Poseidon, with trident & hippocampus
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MAXIMINVS I (235 � 238 A.D.) AE30 of Anchialos, Thrace. AVT MAXIMEINOC EYCEBHC AVG., radiate, draped bust right / OVLPIANWN AGCIALEWN, city gate with two towers, Poseidon, with trident & hippocampus, above the portal.  Letter E in the portal. RARE And very interesting architectural type. Not published in Moushmov. Like Varbanov #964 both with Letter E in the portal.

Maximius I the Thracian (or Maximius Thrax) was a great general who was proclaimed emperor in 235 AD. He overthrew Severus Alexander, but was declared public enemy by the Senate and was killed by his own troops in 238 AD.

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