Well it's been a while but I'm back. Here are my results. Embarrassing as they may be.
#1...... who knows.
The encrustations on this coin were really bad. There was a little detail under the ones on the obverse but overall there was a lot of damage under there.
Justin II 565-578AD follis
Justin left and Sophia right, sitting facing both holding globe with cross.
D.N. IVSTINVS PP.AVG
Reverse: Large “M” with cross above, “ANNO” to left, “G” to right (regnal year 5), delta below (officina), CON in ex. (Constantinople
#3 (just a guess..):Constantine I
Obverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS
Reverse: Soldiers stg. either side of one standard.
#4: Valentinian I
Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm branch.SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE
#5 (another guess):
The reverse of this one I hardly touched.... but apparently from being handled, the dirt came off and made it harder to see than when I started!Constantius II
or Iulianus II 357-361 AD AE4
Obverse: DNCONSTAN TIVSPFAVG (?)
Reverse: Emperor standing left with spear and globe. SPES REIPVBLICE