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ID number: BIRBI-R2613
Object type: Coin
Institution: The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Named collection: G. Haines Collection
Collector: Haines, Geoffrey
Maker: Constantius I; Galerius; Maximian; Diocletian; Rome
Place made: Europe: Italy, Rome
Date made: 295-297
Diameter (cm): 1.95
Weight (g): 3.49
Axis (degrees): 0.00
Provenance: Haines 3470. A. H. Baldwin, 1959.
Description: Obverse: Head of Constantius, wearing laurel wreath and beard, facing r. Reverse: The four princes sacrificing over a tripod before a gate in a six-turreted enclosure.
Inscriptions: Obverse: CONSTAN-TIVS CAES (Constantius Caesar). Reverse: VICTORI-A SARMΛT (Victory over the Sarmatians). In Exergue: Γ
Bibliography: RIC VI 38A
Notes: According to RIC, the Γ in the exergue on the reverse are mintmarks indicating Rome.
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