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Coin, Licinius II as Caesar

Made 317-324 CE

Coin, Licinius II as Caesar, Reverse: ‘IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS’, copper alloy, Antioch Mint, Syria, Roman Empire, 317-324 CE

Summary

Object No.

2008/233/3-27

Object Statement

Coin, Licinius II as Caesar, Reverse: 'IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS', copper alloy, Antioch Mint, Syria, Roman Empire, 317-324 CE

Physical Description

Coin, Licinius II as Caesar, Reverse: 'IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS', copper alloy, Antioch Mint, Syria, Roman Empire, 317-324 CE

Production

Made

317-324 CE

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Harvard

Coin, Licinius II as Caesar 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 July 2019, <https://ma.as/383942>

Wikipedia

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