1 Follis Roman Empire (27BC-395) Bronze Galerius Maximianus (260-311)

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307-308

Galerius, AE Follis, Late 307-308, Group IV, Serdica, Officina 2

GAL MAXIMIANVS P F AVG

Laureate head right

VIRTVTI E_XERCITVS

Virtus advancing right, nude but for chlamys over left shoulder, spear pointing forward in right hand, trophy over shoulder in
left hand

  • | B across fields

. SM . SD . in exergue

24mm x 26mm, 7.53g

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