Roman AE4 of Aelia Eudoxia (AD356-386)NGC(LG)

AELIAEUDOXIA-NGC
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Roman AE4 of Aelia Eudoxia (AD356-386)NGC(LG)

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  • Order Code: AELIAEUDOXIA-NGC
  • Grade/Condition: (LG) Low grade
  • Weight/Dimensions: 312.9 g | 5.75 x 4.75 x 1.65
  • Metal: Bronze
  • Obverse: Portrait of the Emperor
  • Reverse: Portrait of the Emperor
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Aelia Eudoxia was the wife of the Roman Emporor Arcadius. The controversial marriage was arranged by a court eunuch called Eutropius, whom she later had executed. One of her sons took the throne as Theodosius II. She died during childbirth in the year 404.