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Why order this AD 337-340 Roman Empire AE4 Constantius II?
The third son of Constantine the Great, Constantius II was made Caesar in 324. He then became Augustus along with his brothers following his father's death in 337. While the brothers initially divided the empire, Constantius II saw his two brothers fight over the western provinces and ultimately defeated the one who emerged victorious, Magnentius, to rule the entire empire. He was challenged in 360 by his last remaining cousin, Julian, who challenged him in 360. Constantius II died of illness in 361. This coin provides you the chance to connect with that violent yet fascinating period.
Powerful Constantius II Design
On the obverse is a right-side bust of Constantius II. The bust is diademed, draped, and cuirassed. Inscriptions along the rim say, "DN FL CONSTANTIVS AVG" (Our Constantius Augustus).
A standard sits at the center of the reverse. It is flanked by two soldiers, who hold spears and shields. "GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS" is inscribed along the rim. that means, "The glory of the Army."
Beautifully Preserved AU
The experts at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) certified that this coin is in Almost Uncirculated condition. To receive such a certification, a coin must retain full details save for some minor softness that is limited to the highest points.
Add this Roman Empire AD 337-340 Constantius II AE4 to your collection today.
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|Year of Issue:||AD 337-340|
|Legal Tender:||Roman Empire|