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VNDIQVE VICTORES

VNDIQVE VICTORES - legend which translates "Victorious everywhere."  Victores is plural and refers to the two Emperors. 


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VNDIQVE VICTORES.   The Emperor standing to left, holding a globe, sometimes surmounted by a Victory, in left, and scepter in right; sometimes a captive seated on either side--on antoninianus of Numerian (5 to 8 francs), and of Constantius Chlorus (2 francs).


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VNDIQVE VICTORES

VNDIQVE VICTORES - legend which translates "Victorious everywhere."  Victores is plural and refers to the two Emperors. 


|Dictionary of Roman Coins|


Please add updates or make corrections to the NumisWiki text version as appropriate.


VNDIQVE VICTORES.   The Emperor standing to left, holding a globe, sometimes surmounted by a Victory, in left, and scepter in right; sometimes a captive seated on either side--on antoninianus of Numerian (5 to 8 francs), and of Constantius Chlorus (2 francs).


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