Roman Coins of the Tetarchy of Diocletian
   & the Age of Constantine

Constantine Notes
The Gallic Empire,    260-274 AD  (in green) started by Postumus, and
The Palmyrene Empire, 260�273 AD (in yellow) started by Septimius Odaenathus

click on the coin for a  view of both sides


Rome: Crisis 3rd Century
Rome: Late Roman Empire
Back to Home

Probus r. 276 - 282 AD
antoninianus
Photo taken with inside lighting. Coin actually appears silver on the outside.

wt= 4.097g
Probus (also Gothicus) was Emperor from 276 - 282 AD.

Diocletian
Emperor 284 - 305 AD
follis, bronze with silvered surfaces
struck
extremely fine condition   CNG

weight= 10.429 g
unc with much original silvering on surfaces (as described by CNG).

Constantine
Emperor 307 - 337 AD
follis,
struck
extremely fine condition   CNG

weight= 10.429 g
unc with much original silvering on surfaces (as described by CNG).

Constantine
Emperor 307 - 337 AD
follis,
struck
extremely fine condition   CNG

weight= 10.429 g
unc with much original silvering on surfaces (as described by CNG).

Constantine II
Emperor 337 - 340 AD
milarense,
sHarlan J Berk

weight= g

Rome: Crisis 3rd Century
Rome: Late Roman Empire
Back to Home