Video and Article Exploring the Types of coins from the era of Constantine the Great, his family and other important historical figures
Coins of Constantine and related coins including family such as Saint Helena and more. Video discusses these coins in more detail.Constantine the Great was Roman emperor from 307-337 A.D. His father was Constantius I 'Chlorus' and mother was Helena, also known as Saint Helena. In this article, I explore different coins of Constantine I the Great and related. Watch the video above where I talk about these coins in more detail. My name is Ilya Zlobin, and I am an expert, enthusiast, author and dealer specializing in ancient Greek Roman and Byzantine coins. You can visit online coin shop on eBay. Constantine I 'The Great' - Roman Emperor: 307-337 A.D. Caesar (Recognized): 306-309 A.D. | Filius Augustorum (Recognized): 309-310 A.D. | Augustus (Self-Proclaimed): 307-310 A.D. | Augustus (Recognized): 310-337 A.D. | Son of Constantius I and Helena | Step-son of Theodora | Husband of Minervina and Fausta | Father (by Minervina) of Crispus and (by Fausta) of Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans, Constantina (wife of Hanniballianus & Constantius Gallus) and Helena the Younger (wife of Julian II) | Son-in-law of Maximian and Eutropia | Brother-in-law of Maxentius | Half-brother of Constantia (w. of Licinius I) | Half-uncle of Delmatius, Hanniballianus, Constantius Gallus, Julian II, Licinius II and Nepotian | Grandfather of Constantia (wife of Gratian) |
The Coins of Constantine the Great and RelatedBelow is a link to some of the finest examples of ancient Roman coins of Constantine the Great and the related family. Reading this article and watching this video will help you also become an expert in these types of coins. Some of the advantages of collecting coins of this period, is that they are some of the most affordable coins of the time period. Also reading this article and watching this video, you can learn more about the more rare types of coins that are available so you know exactly what to look for. With 27 high quality and rare examples illustrated here, you can also explore more in my eBay Store. With over 13,000 coins and artifacts to choose from, you may find exactly what you are looking for. Every item is guaranteed authentic for a lifetime, comes with a beautiful certificate of authenticity (professionally researched, leveraging my many years of experience) FREE, and a 30 day unconditional money back satisfaction guarantee. You can make an offer on almost my entire inventory, so you can always find some amazing discounts and deals on ancient coins. I believe in having my patrons return for a lifetime, so satisfaction is my goal. If you haven't bought a coin in the best, you are in the right hands dealing with someone whom is both passionate and professional in the subject .
Divo CONSTANTIUS I Chlorus CONSECRATIO 306AD Eagle Constantine the Great i43470Constantius I 'Chlorus' - Roman Emperor: 305-306 A.D. Father of Constantine I the Great Bronze Follis 29mm (10.49 grams) Lugdunum mint, circa 306-307 A.D. Deification Issue Under Constantine the Great Reference: Bastien, Lyon, 387 (30 specimens); RIC 202. Cohen 26 (2 Fr.) DIVO CONSTANTIO AVG, head laureate right. CONSECRATIO, eagle with spread wings standing right, head turned back and looking upwards. * Numismatic Note: Super rare coin.
HELENA Constantine the Great mother STAR 318AD Very Rare Roman Coin i19012Helena 'known as Saint Helena'- Mother of Constantine the Great - Bronze Follis 19mm (3.39 grams) Thessalonica mint: 318-319 A.D. Reference: RIC VII 50; Kent-Hirmer pl. 162, 637; LRBC 821 Pedigree: Ex Gorny & Mosch HELENA N F, draped bust right. Eight-pointed star in laurel wreath.
Theodora stepmother of Constantine I the Great Rare Ancient Roman Coin i42096
Constantine I the Great 326AD Ancient Roman Coin Military camp gate i40647
Constantine I The Great 330AD Ancient Roman Coin Standard Glory of Army i39864
Constantine I The Great 313AD Ancient Roman Coin Sol Sun God Cult i39883
CONSTANTINE I the GREAT RARE Ancient Roman Coin Victory Over SARMATIANS i39763
CONSTANTINE I the GREAT Celebrates Victory Over LICINIUS 327AD Roman Coin i44119
Constantine I 'The Great' 327AD Ancient Roman Coin Victory Over Licinius i41736
Constantine I The Great 318AD Ancient Roman Coin Two Victories w shield i40584
Constantine I The Great 327D Ancient Roman Coin Victory Nike Cult RARE i32263
Constantine I The Great 324AD Silvered Ancient Roman Coin Victory Wreath i32416
CONSTANTINE I the GREAT 325AD OPEN DOOR Camp gate Rare Roman Coin i29420
CONSTANTINE I Romulus Remus SheWolf Rome Commemorative Ancient Roman Coin i48143
CRISPUS 322AD RARE Possibly Unpublished Trier Ancient Roman Coin Altar i47979
FAUSTA wife of Constantine the Great Ancient Roman Coin SPES Cult HOPE i24226
CONSTANTINE II Constantine the Great son Ancient Roman Coin Nude SOL SUN i19683
CONSTANS Constantine the Great son 337AD Ancient Roman Coin Phoenix i44293
VETRANIO name of CONSTANTIUS II BY THIS SIGN YOU SHALL CONQUER Roman Coin i41798
MAXIMIAN 285AD Ancient Roman Coin Hero Hercules w club & lion skin i27330
Constantius Gallus 351AD Alexandria mint Ancient Roman Coin Battle Horse i42971
DALMATIUS Delmatius 335D Roman Caesar Ancient Genuine Coin LEGIONS i32141
Julian II Apostate 361AD Huge Ancient Roman Coin Symbol of Taurus BULL i28615
LICINIUS II Junior holds Victory on Globe 320AD Ancient Roman Coin RARE i37420
Licinius I Constantine The Great enemy 313AD Ancient Roman Coin Jupiter i44222
Maxentius Constantine the Great Enemy Ancient Roman Coin Castor & Pollux i44780
Article by Ilya Zlobin, world-renowned expert numismatist, enthusiast, author and dealer in authentic ancient Greek, ancient Roman, ancient Byzantine coins and beyond.
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