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Constantius II AE Centenionalis, Falling Horseman Coin

Constantius II AE Centenionalis, Falling Horseman Coin

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The Constantius II AE Centenionalis, Falling Horseman Coin is a remarkable numismatic artifact from the reign of Constantius II, who ruled as Roman Emperor from A.D. 337 to 361.

This bronze coin, also known as a Centenionalis, features an intriguing and dramatic design on its obverse and reverse faces. On the obverse, a portrait of Constantius II is depicted, presenting him as a dignified and authoritative leader of the Roman Empire. However, it is the reverse side that captures the attention of collectors and historians alike. The reverse of the coin showcases a poignant scene of a falling horseman, symbolizing a defeated enemy. This powerful imagery not only highlights Constantius II's military prowess and victories but also serves as a reminder of the violent and uncertain times during the tumultuous fourth century of the Roman Empire. 


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