GENIO POPVLI ROMANI portrait coins of the First Tetrarchy, arranged by mint
Struck c. AD 294-305.

   (To see them arranged by emperor, use these links: Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius, and Galerius)

Click the image to see the whole coin.

Next is a list of all the mints for this type, with links to the mint further down this page:

London, Treveri (Trier), Lugdunum (Lyons), TicinumAquileia, RomeSiscia, Serdica, ThessalonicaHeraclea, NicomediaCyzicusAntiochAlexandria. [Carthage and Ostia are also in RIC volume VI, but neither minted this type.]

Distinguishing Maximian from Galerius.  Using only the legend this can be tricky. Both used "MAXIMIANVS" in their legends. Here is a page explaining the differences in legends.

Note:  This page does lacks images of at least a dozen common emperor and mint combinations. It does not mean they are rare; it just means I don't happen to have that combination to show here. 

 


London:

          London, Diocletian                 London, Diocletian               London, Maximian                London, Maximian 
              London, Constantius               London, Galerius

Trier:

                Diocletian, Trier                 Diocletian, Trier                Maximian, Trier                  Galerius, Trier

Lyons:

          Maximian, Lyons               Constantius, Lyons            Constantius, Lyons                  Galerius, Lyons
                 Galerius, Lyons


Ticinum: 

             Ticinum, Maximian                  Ticinum, Constantius                 Ticinum, Galerius

Aquileia:
 

              Diocletian, Aquileia               Maximian, Aquileia



Rome:

              Constantius, Rome                  Constantius, Rome                Galerius, Rome

Siscia:

               Diocletian, Siscia                 Maximian, Siscia

 

Serdica:

              Constantius, Serdica                Galerius, Serdica


Thessalonica:  

          Maximian, Thessalonica             Maximian, Thessalonica             Galerius, Thessalonica             Galerius, Thessalonica

Heraclea:  

              Diocletian, Heraclea            Maximian, Heraclea                Constantius, Heraclea                Galerius, Heraclea
                  Galerius, Heraclea

Nicomedia:

             Maximian, Nicomedia

Cyzicus:

 

             Diocletian, Cyzicus              Maximian, Cyzicus              Maximian, Cyzicus              Constantius, Cyzicus


Antioch: 

           Diocletian, Antioch                Maximian, Antioch               Constantius, Antioch               Galerius, Antioch

 

Alexandria:

           Diocletian, Alexandria             Diocletian, Alexandria                     Maximian, Alexandria             Constantius, Alexandria           
          Constantius, Alexandria                             Galerius, Alexandria

 


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