CONSTANTINE I, The Great. (AD 306-337) Follis, 3.14g. Siscia. PROVIDENTIAE AVGG

Ancient Coins - CONSTANTINE I, The Great. (AD 306-337) Follis, 3.14g.  Siscia. PROVIDENTIAE AVGG
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CONSTANTINE I, The Great.   AD 306-337

Obverse: CONSTANTINVS AVG
Laureate bust r.

Reverse: PROVIDENTIAE AVGG
Campgate, two turrets, star above, dot on top of doorway, arches with dots on top AND bottom.

Exergue: dot BSIS dot
Mint City: Siscia. Struck AD 326-327

Reference: RIC VII, 200

A very rare, perhaps unrecorded exception to the rule laid out on RIC VII, p. 449-450, n.200: 'Some coins have a row of dots or arches (pointed or rounded) with dots in uppermost layer, other coins have these dots (never arches) in bottom layer, which occasionally is depicted as a kind of base for the camp gate. Further varieties show row of dots both in top and bottom layer, exceptionally a row of arches with dots in top, dots only in bottom
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