Type 52:  AE3.  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Two emperors standing, holding globe betwen them.
408-423  [DO]

T2  

Theodosius II, Alexandria.
 14 mm. 5:30. 1.98 grams.
 Hahn 74, plate 4.
 RIC X 418, page 272, plate 18



name unclear


 Honorius:  Alexandria (name unclear, possibly Theodosius II)
 14 mm. 6:00. 1.87 grams.
 Hahn 75, plate 4.
 RIC X 417 (or 418), page 272.




HH  

  Honorius
  AE16-14. 12:00. 1.75 grams.
  RIC X 409. CONS
  "408 - 423 AD"


Struck for Honorius and Theodosius II.

mint RIC H T2 LRBC
Her 407-8 2 3
Con 409-11 C S,4 2224-5
Nic 412-3 S R 2456-7
Cyz 414-5 R 2 2600(T2)
Ant 416 2

Ale 417-8 R R 2930-1
RIC page 272, plate 18 has 4 photos.
This type was described as "emperor receiving globe from Jupiter" in LRBC.
Note the star behind the head, a mark which commonly distinguishes Theodosius II from Theodosius I.

DO for Honorius, none, Table 42, "Eastern AE, 395-423," "408-423," page 213. For Theodosius II, none, Table 33, page 140. "408-423".

Cayon H--, T2-40 (0).
Hunter H--, T2--.

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