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VRBIS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left, holding a Victory, or a globe sumounted by a Victory, and a reversed spear; on silver coins of Avitus, Severus III, and Eufemia.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left, holding a globe surmounted by a Victory, and a sceptre or spear; at her side a shield; on coins of Constans (AE bronze medallion), Constantius II (bronze AE 1), Magnentius (bronze AE 2), Valentinian I (silver), Valens (silver), Nepos (silver, in exergue RV P S), and Basiliscus (silver, in exergue PS).

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left, holding Victory and sceptre or spear; at her side a shield; on coins of Nepotianus (silver), and Jovian (AE bronze medallion).

VRBS ROMA, Roma seated on a shield, holding Victory and spear. Obverse: D N FL CL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, bare head bust of Constantius Gallus (AE bronze medallion).

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left on a cuirass, holding globe surmounted by Victory and a sceptre or reversed spear; various exergual letters; on coins of Gratian (silver), Valentinian II (silver, gold, and bronze AE 3), Theodosius I (silver), Eugenius (silver), Honorius (silver), Johannes (silver), Valentianian III (silver), and Arcadius (silver).

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left, holding a globe and a spear; at her side a shield; in the exergue R T. Obverse: D N GRATIANVS P F AVG, diademed bust of Gratian to right; bronze AE 1.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to left, holding a globe surmounted by a Christogram and a reversed spear; at her side a shield; in the exergue R P. Obverse D N IVL NEPOTIANVS P F AVG, diademed bust of Nepotianus to right; gold.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted Roma seated to right, holding a globe surmounted by Victory and a reversed spear; various exergual letters; on coins of Valentinian I (bronze AE 1), Gratian (silver), and Theodosius I (silver).











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VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left or right. Reverse: No legend, wolf to left suckling Romulus and Remus; above two stars; bronze AE 1.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to right. Reverse: No legend, wolf to right in a cave, suckling Romulus and Remus; outside cave and on either side of it a shepard holding a crook; above two stars; bronze AE 1.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left, with an aigrette on the helmet. Reverse: No legend: wolf to left suckling Romulus and Remus; above, two stars; sometimes between the stars a wreath, palm, or three points, bonze AE 3 and AE quin.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left. Reverse: No legend, wolf suckling Romulus and Remus; above the Christogram between two stars with eight rays; in the exergue P CONST; bornze AE 3 contorniate.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to right. Reverse: SECVRITAS ROMAE, Constantine seated facing, holding a sceptre, apparently carried by two females, one of whom holds a torch; on either side an infant carrying a rod or a torch; bronze AE 1

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left. Reverse: VIRTVS AVG, Constantine standing to right, holding a reversed spear and a globe; on the ground two captives seated; bronze AE 1.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left, with an aigrete on the helmet. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two helmeted soldiers standing, each leaning on a spear and shield; between them a standard; various exergual letters; bonze AE 3.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to right. Reverse VRBS ROMA, diademed bust of female (? Fausta) to right; bronze AE quin; or VOT XX MVLT XXX within a wreath; bronze AE 3.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to left, with an aigrette on the helmet. Reverse: No legend, Victory standing to left, holding a palm (?) and leaning on a shield; in the exergue PLC (?); bronze AE.

VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma to right. Reverse: ANNONA AVGVSTA CERES, Ceres and Abundance; contorniate (rare).

The coins with the bust of Roma, for the most part, belong to the reigns of Constantine II and Constans I, although a few may be attributed to the time of Constantine the Great. The introduction of Contorniates may be fixed to the reign of Constans.

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