Type number. AE size. Reverse legend.
dates     [citation of source for dates, if not generally agreed upon]

          Scan  (reduced image, linked to a full size image)                           emperor, mint

Links to scans by emperor and mint. The scan link is bold if the scan is the same as above, or the same as linked to the rarity in the main table. Scan links not in bold are to additional different pieces.

Table of mints and emperors, with RIC numbers and rarity ratings given.
       For a type issued by two mints and two emperors:
mint RIC number emperor 1 emperor 2
mint 1         #   rarity   rarity
mint 2         #   rarity   rarity
[Mint abbreviations:  Tr = Trier = Treveri, Lug = Lyons = Lugdunum, Ar = Arles = Arelate, Rom = Rome, Aq = Aquileia, Sis = Siscia, Th = Thessalonica, Her = Heraclea, Con = Constantinople, Nic = Nicomedia, Cyz = Cyzicus, Ant = Antioch, Ale = Alexandria, xx = uncertain.]

RIC plate numbers.

Cayon number and number of photos (in parentheses) mentioned with the mint. For example, "Cayon T-58 (2, Con, Nic)" means the type is Cayon's Theodosius number 58, with 2 photos of coins from the mints of Constantinople and Nicomedia. Also, "Cayon H--, T2-40 (0)" means the type is not listed in Cayon for Honorius, and is listed as number 40 for Theodosius II, but with no photo.

Hunter number, including the plate number.  For example "Hunter V2-84.50" is of Valentinian II on plate 84, coin 50.

DO references, for coins late enough to be in DO.

Ratto numbers for coins in Ratto.

Hahn numbers for coins in Hahn.