Roman AE of Constantinopolis (AD 330-346) NGC(XF)

CONSTOPOL(AE3;4)NGC
Click to Enlarge Image

More Views

  • Roman AE of Constantinopolis (AD 330-346) NGC(XF)
  • Roman AE of Constantinopolis (AD 330-346) NGC(XF)
Roman AE of Constantinopolis (AD 330-346) NGC(XF)

Availability: In stock

  • Order Code: CONSTOPOL(AE3;4)NGC
  • Grade/Condition: (XF) Extra fine
  • Size: 15-19 mm
  • Weight/Dimensions: 44.08 g | 3.4 x 2.4 x 0.4
  • Metal: Bronze
  • Obverse: Commemorative, helmeted city goddess
  • Reverse: Victory standing left, foot on prow, or 2 soldiers flanking a standard.Holding Sceptre And Leaning On Shield
Description

Details

In the year 330, Constantine the Great established a city on the Bosporus, what had been a sleepy town called Byzantium. He christened the new city New Rome, but it came to be known as the City of Constantine—Constantinople.

Other products containing this item