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Constantine I The Great Ancient Roman Coin Romulus & Remus " Mother " Wolf I40084

Constantine I The Great Ancient Roman Coin Romulus & Remus    Category : Coins: Ancient > Roman: Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)
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Constantine I The Great Ancient Roman Coin Romulus & Remus


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Category : Coins: Ancient > Roman: Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)Id number: 176802
Ruler: Constantine I
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ReferenceRIC 119 (VII, Heraclea)
Bronze AE3 18mm (1.98 grams) Heraclea mint: 330-333 A.D.
The type that commemorated Rome had the personification of Rome, Roma with the inscription VRBS ROMA and the founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus on the reverse suckling the she-wolf
The type that commemorated Constantinople had the personification of Constantinople on the obverse and Victory on a galley sailing with a shield
180s BC) refers to Romulus as a divinity without reference to Quirinus, whom Roman mythographers identified as an originally Sabine war-deity, and thus to be identified with Roman Mars
After Constantine's victory over the Alemanni, he minted a coin issue depicting weeping and begging Alemannic tribesmen—"The Alemanni conquered"—beneath the phrase "Romans' rejoicing"
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