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Roman Imperial Constantine ll Æ Follis  (316—37 A.D)

Roman Imperial Constantine ll Æ Follis (316—37 A.D)

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An ancient coin from the Roman empire. Obverse: Constantine ll as Caesar Æ Follis (316—37 A.D) Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Reverse:  "GLORIA ERERCTVS" or "Glory to the Army",  soldiers armed with spears and shields, standing on each side of a labarum, or two military ensigns.  ROS in exergue.

SKU: NC-8123
  • GLORIA EXERCITVS, with soldiers armed with spears and shields, standing on each side of a labarum. On coins of Christian emperors the Labarum bears the monogram of Christ. This legend and type are common on the coins of Constantine the Great, Delmatius, Constantine II, Constans, and Constantius ll. They are regarded as bearing reference to the bravery and fortitude of the soldiers in subduing the barbarous tribes, especially those of Francia and Alamannia.

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