Follis with bust of Constantius I Chlorus, struck under Diocletian and Maximian I Herculius

Roman
Imperial Period
about A.D. 297–298


Mint: Aquileia

Dimensions

Diameter: 28 mm. Weight: 9.30 gm. Die Axis: 6

Accession Number

64.204

Medium or Technique

Bronze (silvered)

Not On View

Collections

The Ancient World

Classifications

Numismatics, Coins

Obverse: Laureate bust of Constantius I to right.
CONSTANTIVSNOBCAES
Reverse: Genius standing left, wearing modius on head, naked but for chlamys over left shoulder, cornucopia in left hand, patera in right.
In exergue: AQ and the Greek letter (gamma)
GENIOPOPV LI ROMANI

Provenance

By 1963: from a hoard of Tetrarch coins with Patriciades in Athens, Greece (said to have been found near Salonika); 64.175-64.276 were purchased in 1963 from Patriciades by Cornelius C. Vermeule III on behalf of MFA with funds approved in advance by the Trustees; accessioned by MFA, March 11, 1964

Credit Line

Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Zoë Wilbour