Early Christian Symbolism on Roman Coins. 
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Coins of Table 3: AD 340-348, after the death of Constantine II in 340 and before the coinage reform on 348 that introduced the FEL TEMP REPARATIO types.
Images are all proportional to their actual size.


 

 


Type 3.1. VICTORIA AVGG, Victory advancing left, head left, holding wreath and palm
chi-rho in field left

Constans

Constans
Struck 340-348 (possibly 346-348)
at Siscia
mintmark: *ASIS*
16 mm. 1.59 grams. 6:00
RIC Siscia 177, page 362, plate 16.176






Constans imitation

ancient contemporary imitation of
Constans
13 mm. 1.25 grams. 5:00
very unusual -- most imitations are of common types.







Constantius II


Constantius II
Struck 347
as Siscia
mintmark * ESIS *
17-15 mm. 1.54 grams. 6:00
RIC Siscia 176
Failmezger 395 plate 32F395CS (this coin)





 



Type 3.2. VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, head right, holding wreath in each hand
chi-rho in field right.


Constans


Constans
Struck 347
at Siscia
16-15 mm. 1.27 grams. 12:00
RIC Siscia 181, page 362
VICTORIA AVGG

mintmark: * ASIS *





Cs2

Constantius II
Struck 347
at Siscia
RIC Siscia 180, page 362
17-15 mm. 1.80 grams. 6:00
VICTORIA AVGG
mintmark: * ΔSIS *






 



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