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  1. Description. Product Details. During a special ceremony in A.D. 317, the co-emperors of the Roman Empire, Constantine the Great and Licinius I, made their sons Caesars. Although still a child, it was thought Licinius II would inherit his father`s portion of the Empire. Yet from A.D. 321 on, the situation between the two Augustii steadily ...

  2. SALE! Licinius II AE Follis of Antioch. AD 317-320. - £14.00. FOR SALE! Licinius II AE Follis of Antioch. AD 317-320 .IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS. 235557401262

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  4. Get the best deals on Follis Licinius II Bronze Roman Imperial Coins (27 BC-476 AD) when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands | affordable prices.

  5. Licinius II, AV aureus, Antioch, AD 321-322. 21mm, 5.28 g. DN VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust facing / IOVI CONSER-VATORI CAES, Jupiter, holding Victory on globe and sceptre seated facing on platform inscribed SIC V SIC X, eagle with wreath in beak to left. Star in right field.

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  6. Bronze Follis of Emperor Licinius - C.4723 Origin: Minted in Siscia Circa: 308 AD to 324 AD Collection: Numismatics Style: Roman Medium: Bronze This well-preserved coin in fine condition was struck for the emperor Licinius.

  7. Mar 4, 2024 · Licinius II, Caesar, 317-324. Æ Follis (18 mm, 2.29 g), Heraclea, 318-320. Obv. D N VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C Laureate bust of Licinius II right, wearing imperial mantle, holding mappa in left hand, scepter and globe in right.

  8. Licinius II, Caesar, 317-324. Follis (Bronze, 18 mm, 2,97 g), Cyzicus, 317-320. Obv. D N VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C Laureate and draped bust of Licinius II to left, holding mappa in his right hand and globe with sceptre in his lleft. Rev.

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