1 Follis / AE2 Roman Empire (27BC-395) Bronze Theodosius I (347-395)

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Theodosius I (347-395)             

Theodosius I, AE2, August 9, 378-August 25, 383, Fourth Period, Antioch, Officina 3


Pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust right, shield in left hand, spear pointing forward in right hand


Emperor standing facing, head right, right hand raised, in galley left, piloted by seated Victory

Wreath in left field

ANTG in exergue

23mm x 25mm, 5.47g

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