CONSTANTIUS II. (AD 337-61) Centenionalis, 4.98g. Trier. Scarce Chi-Rho.

Ancient Coins - CONSTANTIUS II. (AD 337-61) Centenionalis, 4.98g.  Trier. Scarce Chi-Rho.
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CONSTANTIUS II. (AD 337-61)

Obverse: DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG
Pearl diademed head, right.

Reverse: SALVS AVG NOSTRI
Large Chi-Rho flanked by alpha and omega.

Exergue: TRS star
Mint City: Trier. Struck AD 352

Reference: RIC VIII, 332

Possibly minted by Poemenius, who rebelled against the usurper Magnentius. There are, however, diverging opinions that claim that the issuing of the coin occurred after Constantine II's re-taking of Trier.
Prix SKU: 1692
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