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Constantine the Great 306-337 AD. Campgate Follis

Constantine the Great 306-337 AD. Campgate Follis

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Constantine the Great, who ruled from 306 to 337 AD, was a significant Roman Emperor known for his contributions to Christianity and the reformation of the Roman Empire.

During his reign, he issued a type of coin known as the "Camp Gate Follis." This coin featured an intricate design, with the Obverse: CONSTANTINVS AVG Laureate head right typically portraying him as a powerful and authoritative leader.

Reverse PROVIDENTIAE AVGG / SMKΓ•Camp gate, with two turrets; star above.

Bronze, diameter 19 mm, weight 3,29 g.

PROVENANCE: Property of a West London, UK, gentleman.