Type 41:  AE2.  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor standing facing, head right, holding standard and globe.
393-395 [DO, because Honorius was elevated Jan. 22 (?), 393]    392-395  [RIC]
41    Honorius, Antioch
Struck for Theodosius, Arcadius, and Honorius.
    All Theodosius images on one page.
    All Arcadius images on one page.
    All Honorius images on one page.
Very common.
mint RIC T A H LRBC
Her 27 C C C 1986-1991
Con 88 C C C,5 among 2186-2204
Cyz 27 C C C 2571-3
Nic 46 C C C 2422-4, 2431-3
Ant 68 C,C C,C C,C 2779-84
Ale 21 S S,R S 2910-13
RIC photos:  A-XVI.19 (Cyz), A-XIV.21 (Ant), H-XIV.22 (Ant), A-XVI.20 (Ale), H-XVI.21 (Ale).
Obverses of Honorius always have an unbroken legend [RIC X, p. 68] except "At Constantinople, its issue must just have survived the announcement of Theodosius's death, for the Priene hoard contained a single specimen with Honorius's legend broken I-V..." [as opposed to an unbroken legend].

DO for Arcadius, 15 pieces, Table 24, "Eastern AE2,  393-395," page 120.
DO for Honorius, 6 pieces, Table 35, "Eastern AE, 393-395," page 197.

LRBC GLORIA ROMANORVM type 18.

Cayon T-52 (5, Rome, Nic, xx , Ant, Con) and T-53 (1, Con, with cross in field left). Also number 36 for Theodisius II, in error (1, Ale). A-42 (1, Ale), H-55 (2, Ant, xx).
Hunter T-86.43 (Con), T-86.48 (Nic), T-86.65 (Ant), A--.
Ratto photos, Arcadius 70, 75, 78, 80, Theodosius (called Theodosius II) 193.

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