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Constantine- Mint of Rome style!
Very stern face, and distinctive nose are a dead give-away for Rome issues of Constantine and Licinius. The impressive cuirass is also quite common, while the drapery from Rome has a distinctive "flourish" to it. Very large bust...

From the Collection of Evan Rankin (Wolfgang336)
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ancientcoins  [Jan 17, 2006 at 11:52 PM]
great portrait! shame on the person that voted it a 0.
rexesq  [Jun 01, 2011 at 02:22 PM]
Nice portrait indeed, I don't know why anyone would give this a 0/5.
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