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VICTORIAE CAESS AVGG Q NN or VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN - Two Victories walking towards each other, each holding a wreath and |palm|. The former legend occurs on small bronze coins of Constantine II, the latter on the small bronze coins of Constans and Constantius II. The legend might be interpreted Victoria Caesarum Augustorumque Nostrorum; but Cohen suggests Augustorum quinque Nostrorum. These five princes, Augusti or Caesares, would be Constantine II, Constans, Constantius II, Delmatius, and Hanniballianus, and all the coins on which this legend occurs must have been struck before the end of AD 337, between the death of Constantine the Great and the murder of Delmatius and Hanniballian.