Rome Gold Ducat Coin, Roman Senate.
Vatican, Roman Senate Period Gold Ducat Coin (Fiorino Romano) Mint Period: 1350-1439 AD Obverse: St. Peter standing right, presenting banner to kneeling senator. Gear wheel beneath Senator´s initials (M-B) in fields! Legend: • S • PЄTRVS • E NATOR • VRBI • / NAS (vertical along banner) Reverse: Christ standing facing, raising hand in benediction and holding Gospels, surrounded by elliptical halo containing nine stars. Legend: • ROMΛ CΛPVT MV NDI • S • P • Q • R • (facing head of John the…
CONSTANTINE I the Great CHARIOT to GOD HAND in HEAVEN Ancient Roman Coin i68033
Diocletian's first appointee for the office of Caesar was Constantius; his second was Galerius, a native of Felix Romuliana. On 1 March, Constantius was promoted to the office of Caesar, and dispatched to Gaul to fight the rebels Carausius and Allectus.
GORDIAN III 244AD Silver Authentic Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Victory i67329
Gordian III (Latin:Marcus Antonius Gordianus Pius Augustus ; 20 January 225 AD - 11 February 244 AD) was Roman Emperor from 238 AD to 244 AD. Antonia Gordiana was the daughter of Emperor Gordian I and younger sister of Emperor Gordian II.
NERO 63AD Rome Authentic Ancient Roman Quadrans Coin w OWL ALTAR Branch i65545 | eBay
Though accounts vary, many ancient historians state Agrippina poisoned Claudius. It is not known how much Nero knew or if he was even involved in the death of Claudius.Suetonius wrote ".for even if he was not the instigator of the emperor's death, he was at least privy to it, as he openly admitted; for he used afterwards to laud mushrooms, the vehicle in which the poison was administered to Claudius, as "the food of the gods," as the Greek proverb has it.
AELIA FLACILLA Theodosius I Wife 383AD Ancient Roman Coin VICTORY CHI-RHO i67500
Aelia Flacilla -Roman Empress : 379-385 A.D. wife ofTheodosius I. On 19 January, Gratian declared Theodosius, magister militum per Illyricum, to be his new colleague in the Eastern Roman Empire. Several other equivalent positions remained vacant since the deaths of their last holders in Adrianople.