History: Record ID: SF-2FC7AB – ROMAN coin

History: Record ID: SF-2FC7AB – ROMAN coin

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Unique ID: SF-2FC7AB

Object type certainty: Certain
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An incomplete (chipped) copper-alloy Roman nummus of Gratian (AD 367-383), dating to the period c. AD 367-375 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI reverse type depicting the Emperor standing facing holding spear and shield. Reverse legend reads: [] SAECVLI. Obverse depicts a rosette diademed, bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint: Arles. Mint mark: []//PCON

Subsequent actions

Subsequent action after recording: Returned to finder

Chronology

Broad period: ROMAN

Period from: ROMAN

Period to: ROMAN

Date from: Circa AD 367

Date to: Circa AD 375

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 1

Thickness: 1.34 mm

Weight: 2.09 g

Diameter: 16.67 mm

Personal details

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Recorded by: Ms Julie Kennard

Identified by: Ms Julie Kennard

Other reference numbers

Other reference: Telegraph – 3rd Field on Left

Materials and construction

Primary material: Copper alloy

Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Incomplete

Coin data (numismatics)

Denomination: Nummus (AE 1 – AE 4)


Denomination qualifier: Certain

Ruler/issuer: Gratian


Primary ruler qualifier: Certain

Reece period: Period 19 [364-378]

Mint or issue place: Arelatum



Obverse description: rosette diademed, bust right

Obverse inscription: illegible



Reverse description: Emperor standing facing, holding spear and shield

Reverse inscription: [] SAECVLI

Die axis measurement: 12 o’clock

Degree of wear: Very worn: fair

Fourth Century reverse type: GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI

Reverse mint mark: []//PCON

Status: Regular
Status qualifier: Certain

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