Roman Empire, Constantin I. (307-337) AE Follis

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Roman Empire, Constantine the Great (307-337) AE Follis
Obv. Laureate bust facing right
Rv. War camp gate

 

Expand your collection with an Emporium coin of the ruler who legalized Christianity!

 

Constantine the Great

Flavius Valerius Constantinus was born between the years 270 - 288 in Naissus and died in 337 in Anchyrona (Nicomedia).

Constantine the Great was one of the most important Roman emperors of late antiquity from 306 to 337 and was a pioneer of Christianity. Since he granted religious freedom in the Milan Agreement, Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire. Constantine even privileged the previously persecuted religion. Thus, he convened the First Council of Nicaea in 325.

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Origin Roman Empire
Grading VF-EF
Material Bronze
Full weight

4,05g

Literature Kampm. 136.166

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