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Why buy this Roman Empire AD 337-361 Constantius II AE4 from the Constantius II Hoard?
Constantius II succeeded his better known father, Constantine the Great, along with his brothers. They divided the empire, with Constantius II taking control of the eastern provinces and his brothers assuming control over the western ones. To consolidate his power, Constantius II had eight of his relatives killed. His two brother clashed, and Magnentius won. Refusing to co-rule with his brother, Constantius II engaged in conflict, resulting in Magnentius's death and the former's control of the entire empire. He reigned until 361, when he died of illness facing a challenge from his cousin Julian. Connect with this fascinating time by adding this silver coin to your collection.
Stunning Constantius II Design
The emperor Constantius II features in right-side profile on the obverse. He wears a diadem on his head. rim inscriptions offer his name and title.
On the reverse, two soldiers holding spears and shields stand on either side of a standard. "GLORIA EXERCITVS" (Glory of the Army) is inscribed along the rim.
Beautifully Preserved CH. AU
This coin earned the grade Choice Almost Uncirculated from the experts at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) nearly 1700 years after it was first struck. Coins in Choice About Uncirculated condition retain full details save for some slight softness that is limited to the coin's high points.
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|Year of Issue:||AD 337-361|