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|LIVA|
|AGRIPPA|
|NERO| |CLAUDIUS| |DRUSUS|
|GERMANICUS|
|AGRIPPINA I|
|TIBERIUS|
|DRUSUS|
|ANTONIA|
|CALIGULA|
|CLAUDIUS I|
|BRITANNICUS|
|AGRIPPINA II|
|NERO|
|GALBA|
|CLODIUS| |MACER|
|OTHO|
|VITELLIUS|
|VESPASIAN|
|DOMITILLA|
|TITUS|
|DOMITIAN|
|DOMITIA|
|JULIA| |TITI|
|NERVA|
|TRAJAN|
|PLOTINA|
|MARCIANA|
|MATIDIA|
|HADRIAN|
|SABINA|
|AELIUS|
|ANTONINUS| |PIUS|
|FAUSTINA I|
|MARCUS| |AURELIUS|
|FAUSTINA| |II|
|LUCIUS| |VERUS|
|LUCILLA|
|COMMODUS|
|CRISPINA|
|PERTINAX|
|DIDIUS| |JULIANUS|
|MANLIA| |SCANTILLA|
|DIDIA CLARA|
|PESCENNIUS| |NIGER|
|CLODIUS| |ALBINUS|
|SEPTIMIUS| |SEVERUS|
|JULIA| |DOMNA|
|CARACALLA|
|PLAUTILLA|
|GETA|
|MACRINUS|
|DIADUMENIAN|
|ELAGABALUS|
|JULIA| |MAESA|
|JULIA| |SOAEMIAS|
|JULIA| |PAULA|
|AQUILIA| |SEVERA|
|ANNIA| |FAUSTINA|
|SEVERUS| |ALEXANDER|
|JULIA| |MAMAEA|
|ORBIANA|
|MAXIMINUS I|
|PAULINA|
|MAXIMUS|
|GORDIAN I|
|GORDIAN II|
|BALBINUS|
|PUPIENUS|
|GORDIAN III|
|TRANQUILLINA|
|PHILIP I|
|OTACILIA| |SEVERA|
|PHILIP II|
|PACATIAN|
|JOTAPIAN|
|TRAJAN| |DECIUS|
|HERENNIA| |ETRUSCILLA|
|HERENNIUS| |ETRUSCUS|
|HOSTILIAN|
|TREBONIANUS| |GALLUS|
|VOLUSIAN|
|AEMILIAN|
|CORNELIA| |SUPERA|
|SILBANNACUS|
|URANIUS| |ANTONINUS|
|VALERIAN I|
|MARINIANA|
|VALERIAN II|
|GALLIENUS|
|SALONINA|
|SALONINUS|
|REGALIANUS|
|DRYANTILLA|
|POSTUMUS|
|LAELIANUS|
|MARIUS|
|VICTORINUS|
|DOMITIAN II|
|TETRICUS I|
|TETRICUS II|
|QUIETUS|
|MACRIANUS|
|CLAUDIUS II|
|QUINTILLUS|
|AURELIAN|
|SEVERINA|
|ZENOBIA|
|VABALATHUS|
|TACITUS|
|FLORIAN|
|PROBUS|
|SATURNINUS|
|CARUS|
|CARINUS|
|MAGNIA| |URBICA|
|NIGRIAN|
|NUMERIAN|
|JULIAN I|
|DIOCLETIAN|
|MAXIMIAN|
|CARAUSIUS|
|ALLECTUS|
|DOMITIUS| |DOMITIANUS|
|CONSTANTIUS I|
|THEODORA|
|GALERIUS|
|GALERIA| |VALERIA|
|SEVERUS II|
|MAXENTIUS|
|ROMULUS|
|CONSTANTINE I|
|HELENA|
|FAUSTA|
|ALEXANDER|
|LICINIUS I|
|CONSTANTIA|
|MAXIMINUS II|
|LICINIUS II|
|CRISPUS|
|VALERIUS| |VALENS|
|MARTINIAN|
|CONSTANTINE II|
|DELMATIUS|
|HANNIBALLIANUS|
|CONSTANS|
|CONSTANTIUS II|
|MAGNENTIUS|
|DECENTIUS|
|NEPOTIAN|
|VETRANO|
|CONSTANTIUS| |GALLUS|
|JULIAN II|
|JOVIAN|
|VALENTINIAN I|
|VALENS|
|PROCOPIUS|
|GRATIAN|
|VALENTINIAN II|
|THEODOSIUS I|
|AELIA| |FLACCILLA|
|MAGNUS| |MAXIMINUS|
|FLAVIUS| |VICTOR|
|EUGENIUS|
|HONORIUS|
|CONSTANTINE III|
|CONSTANS II|
|MAXIMINUS|
|PRISCUS| |ATTALUS|
|JOVINUS|
|SABASTIANUS|
|CONSTANTIUS III|
|GALLA PLACIDIA|
|JOHANNES|
|VALENTINIAN III|
|LICINIA| |EUDOXIA|
|HONORIA|
|PETRONIUS| |MAXIMINUS|
|AVITUS|
|MAJORIAN|
|LIBIUS| |SEVERUS|
|ANTHEMIUS|
|EUPHEMIA|
|ANICIUS| |OLYBRIUS|
|GLYCERIUS|
|JULIUS NEPOS|
|ROMULUS| |AUGUSTUS|
|ARCADIUS|
|EUDOXIA|
|PULCHERIA|
|THEODOSIUS II|
|EUDOCIA|
|MARCIAN|
|LEO I|
|VERINA|
|LEO II|
|ZENO|
|ARIADNE|
|BASILISCUS|
|ZENONIS|
|LEONTIUS I|
|ANASTASIUS I|
|ANONYMOUS| |COINAGE|
ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel SuarezCrispus Caesar 316-326
Crispus was the oldest son of Constantine. He was made Caesar in about 316 and groomed along the military and political ways to be expected of a future emperor. However, his career was cut short in 326 when his stepmother Fausta accused him of attempted rape. Her story must have sounded like an unspeakable atrocity for Constantine had his son put to death at once. Some time later it was somehow found out that she'd made up the entire story and Constantine had her literally boiled to death. Fausta's motive most likely had to do with removing Crispus from the line of succession to make way for her own sons. This much she was successful at since they did indeed become emperors some ten years afterwards.

Thanks to a lengthy 10 years as Caesar, we find that coins of Crispus are varied, interesting and surprisingly affordable so long as we steer clear of precious metal coinage.

The bronzes, comprising once-silvered denominations now referred to as “reduced Folles” or simply AE3’s, turn up frequently in the “uncleaned” coins available on the internet for a dollar or two a piece.

Although somewhat more rare, coins that retain most or even all of the fragile silver wash given at the mint may still be found and, happily, are not terribly expensive in most cases.



Busts: 1) Bare headed, cuirassed bust right
2) Bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust right
3) Diademed head right, looking up
4) Helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, leading horse and holding spear over shoulder
5) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left
6) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
7) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder
8) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and shield
9) Helmeted, cuirassed bust right
10) Helmeted, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over shoulder and shield
11) Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust left
12) Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust right
13) Helmeted, laureate, cuirassed bust right
14) Laureate bust left, holding spear and shield
15) Laureate bust left, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop
16) Laureate bust left, wearing consular robes.
17) Laureate bust right, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop
18) Laureate bust right, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop and globe
19) Laureate head right
20) Laureate, cuirassed bust left
21) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
22) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and Victory on globe
23) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder
24) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and shield
25) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and Victory on globe
26) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding two arrows and shield with arrow
27) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, leading horse and holding shield
28) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, leading horse and holding spear over shoulder
29) Laureate, cuirassed bust right
30) Laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear and shield
31) Laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over shoulder and shield
32) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left
33) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
34) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding Victory on globe and mappa
35) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, raising hand and holding globe
36) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
37) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, holding spear and globe
38) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, holding spear and Victory on globe
39) Laureate, draped bust left, holding mappa and scepter on globe
40) Laureate, draped bust left, holding Victory on globe and mappa
41) Laureate, draped bust left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
42) Laureate, draped bust right, holding Victory on globe and mappa
43) Radiate head right
44) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right

Obverses: 1) CAESARVM NOSTRORVM
2) CRISPVS ET CONSTANTINVS NOBB CC COSS II
3) CRISPVS N C COS II
4) CRISPVS NOB C
5) CRISPVS NOB CAES
6) CRISPVS NOB CAESAR
7) CRISPVS NOBIL C
8) CRISPVS NOBIL CAES
9) CRISPVS NOBIL CAESAR
10) CRISPVS NOBILISS CAES
11) CRISPVS NOBILISSIMVS CAES
12) DN CRISPO NOB CAES
13) DN CRISPVS NOB CAES
14) DN CRISPVS NOBILISS CAES
15) DN CRISPVS SEMPER VICTOR NOB C
16) DN FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
17) DN IVL CRISPO N C
18) FL CL CRISPVS NOB CAES
19) FL IVL CRISPVS NOB C
20) FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
21) FL IVL CRISPVS NOBIL C
22) FL VN CRISPVS NO CAS
23) IVL CRISPVS NOB C
24) IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
25) IVL CRISPVS NOB CAESAR
26) No legend


Reverses: 1) ALAMANNIA DEVICTA
2) BEAT TRANQLITAS
3) BEAT TRANQVILLITAS
4) BEATA TRANQVILLITAS
5) CAESARVM NOSTRORVM
6) CLARITAS REIPVBLICAE
7) CONCORDIA AVGG NN
8) CRISPVS CAESAR
9) CRISPVS ET CONSTANTINVS IVN NOBB CAESS
10) DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG
11) DOMINOR NOSTROR CAESS
12) DOMINORVM NOSTRORVM CAESS
13) FELICITAS ROMANORVM
14) FELICITAS SAECVLI
15) FELIX PROCESSVS COS III
16) FELIX PROGENIES CONSTANTINI AVG
17) FELIX PROOESSVS COS III
18) GAVDIVM ROMANORVM
19) GLORIA ROMANORVM
20) IOVI CONSERVATORI
21) IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG
22) IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS
23) IVVENTVS
24) MONETA AVGG ET CAESS NN
25) PAX PERPETVA
26) PRINCIPI IVVENTVT
27) PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS
28) PRINCIPIA IVVENTVTIS
29) PROVIDENTIA AVGG
30) PROVIDENTIA CAES
31) PROVIDENTIA CAESS
32) ROMAE AETERNAE
33) SACRA MONETA VRBIS
34) SAECVLI FELICITAS
35) SARMATIA DEVICTA
36) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE
37) SOLI INVICTO
38) SOLI INVICTO COMITI
39) VBERTAS SAECVLI
40) VBIQVE VICTORES
41) VICT LAETAE PRINC PERP
42) VICTORIA AVGG ET CAESS NN
43) VICTORIA BAEATISSIMORVM
44) VICTORIA CAESS NN
45) VICTORIA CONSTANTINI AVG
46) VICTORIA CRISPI CAES
47) VICTORIAE LAET P P
48) VICTORIAE LAETA PRINC PERP
49) VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP
50) VICTORIAE PERPETVAE
51) VIRT EXERC
52) VIRTVS AVG ET CAESS NN
53) VIRTVS AVGG
54) VIRTVS CAESAR NN
55) VIRTVS CAESARI
56) VIRTVS CAESARI N
57) VIRTVS CAESS
58) VIRTVS EXERCIT
59) VIRTVS EXERCITVS GALL
60) VOT / V / MVLT / X
61) VOT / XV / FEL / XX
62) VOT V / MVLT X / CAESS
63) VOTA ORBIS ET VRBIS SEN ET P R
64) No legend

Types: 1) Alamannia seated left, weeping; trophy and shield behind.
2) Altar reading VO / TIS / XX with globe atop; three stars above
3) Altar reading VOT / IS / XX with globe atop; three stars above
4) Cippus with shield reading AVG
5) City gate with (2) turrets, star above.
6) City gate with (2) turrets.
7) City gate with (3) turrets.
8) City gate with (4) turrets, star above.
9) City gate with (4) turrets.
10) Concordia seated left, holding caduceus and cornucopia
11) Constantine I standing, facing, under archway, Crispus to right and Constantine II to left, each holding a scepter.
12) Crispus riding horse right, spearing barbarian
13) Crispus standing left, holding globe and scepter
14) Crispus standing left, holding standard and scepter, standard to right.
15) Crispus standing left, holding standard and spear, two standards to right.
16) Crispus standing left, resting hand on shield and holding spear.
17) Crispus standing right, holding spear and globe
18) Crispus standing right, holding spear and globe; seated captive on either side.
19) Crispus standing right, holding spear and resting hand on shield.
20) Crispus standing, holding standard with seated captive on either side.
21) Crossroads in shape of “X”; Sol at juncture, raising hand and holding globe.
22) Felicitas standing left, holding branch and scepter.
23) Francia seated left, resting head on hands; trophy and shield behind.
24) Jupiter standing left, holding globe and scepter.
25) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
26) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; eagle to left and seated captive to right.
27) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; eagle to left.
28) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; seated captive to left.
29) Legend CRISPVS / CAESAR, star above
30) Legend VO / TIS / V
31) Legend VO / TIS / XX
32) Mars advancing right, holding spear and shield
33) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy, seated captive on either side.
34) Mars standing left, resting hand on shield and holding spear.
35) Monetae (3) standing left, holding scale and cornucopia; piles of coins by their feet.
36) Pax standing, facing, with legs crossed and leaning on column, holding branch and scepter.
37) Roma seated left, holding shield reading X / V
38) Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
39) Roma seated right, holding shield reading X / V
40) Securitas standing, facing, leaning on column, resting head on hand.
41) Sol advancing left, raising hand and holding whip.
42) Sol standing left, raising hand and holding globe.
43) Sol standing right, raising hand and holding globe.
44) Trophy, seated captive on either side
45) Ubertas standing left, holding scale and cornucopia
46) Vexillum reading VOT / X, seated captive on either side.
47) Vexillum reading VOT / XX, seated captive on either side.
48) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, together holding shield reading VOT / PR on cippus.
49) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm.
50) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm; seated captive on either side.
51) Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm.
52) Victory advancing right, stepping on captive, holding trophy and palm.
53) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X
54) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X together with Genius to lower right.
55) Wreath, VOT / V within
56) Wreath, VOT / X within
57) Wreath, VOT / XV FEL / XX within
58) Wreath, VOT V / MVLT X / CAESS within.
59) Wreath, VOT V CAESS NN within
60) Wreath, VOT X / ET XV F

Mints: 1) Alexandria
2) Antioch
3) Aquileia
4) Arelate
5) Constantinopolis
6) Cyzicus
7) Heraclea
8) Londinium
9) Lugdunum
10) Nicomedia
11) Roma
12) Sirmium
13) Siscia
14) Thessalonica
15) Ticinum
16) Treveri


AU Medallion Reference(s)
1) B37, O20, R18, T23, M16 Exe: FRANCIA RIC 240 (VII, Trier)

AU Solidus
2) B03, O26, R08, T49, M10 Exe: N RIC 110 (VII, Nicomedia)
3) B14, O20, R07, T10, M02 Exe: SMAN RIC 50 (VII, Antioch)
4) B14, O20, R07, T10, M12 Exe: SIRM RIC 38 (VII, Sirmium)
5) B21, O20, R27, T17, M02 Exe: SMAN RIC 43 (VII, Antioch)
6) B34, O19, R27, T14, M03 Exe: AQ

AU 1½ Scripulum
7) B36, O05, R27, T17

AR Miliarense
8) B29, O20, R13, T11, M14 Exe: THES

AE3
9) B05, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 275 (VI, London)
10) B05, O07, R04, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 230 (VI, London)
11) B06, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 281 (VII, London)
12) B08, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 280 (VII, London)
13) B17, O23, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR` RIC 405 (VII, Trier)
14) B17, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR RIC 376 (VII, Trier)
15) B19, O05, R05, T30, M04 Exe: `A RIC 210 (VII, Arles)
16) B19, O05, R05, T55, M04 Exe: ``A RIC 235 (VII, Arles)
17) B19, O05, R05, T55, M04 Exe: `A RIC 230 (VII, Arles)
18) B19, O05, R05, T56, M11 Exe: R` RIC 246 (VII, Rome)
19) B19, O20, R01, T52, M12 Exe: •SIRM• RIC 49 (VII, Sirmium)
20) B19, O23, R05, T55, M13 Exe: `SIS* RIC 161 (VII, Siscia)
21) B19, O23, R05, T56, M08 Exe: `LON` RIC 291 (VII, London)
22) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS* RIC 165 (VII, Siscia)
23) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS¨ RIC 169 (VII, Siscia)
24) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS¯ RIC 175 (VII, Siscia)
25) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS« RIC 181 (VII, Siscia)
26) B19, O23, R05, T56, M16 Exe: `TR` RIC 440 (VII, Trier)
27) B19, O23, R31, T05, M13 Exe: •`SIS• RIC 201 (VII, Siscia)
28) B21, O05, R58, T46, M03 Exe: S/F/AQ` RIC 43 (VII, Aquileia)
29) B21, O05, R58, T47, M03 Exe: £/AQ` RIC 61 (VII, Aquileia)
30) B21, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 279 (VII, London)
31) B21, O07, R04, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 250 (VII, London)
32) B21, O24, R03, T03, M16 Exe: `TR
33) B21, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR• RIC 372 (VII, Trier)
34) B21, O24, R04, T03, M16 Exe: `TR RIC 308 (VII, Trier)
35) B21, O24, R58, T46, M13 Exe: S/F over ´/`SIS¦ RIC 130 (VII, Siscia)
36) B21, O24, R58, T46, M13 Exe: S/F/`SIS* RIC 113 (VII, Siscia)
37) B24, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 278 (VII, London)
38) B24, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: `TR• RIC 347 (VII, Trier)
39) B24, O24, R04, T03, M16 Exe: `TR•
40) B24, O24, R49, T48, M13 Exe: I/`SIS• RIC 78 (VII, Siscia)
41) B24, O24, R58, T47, M16 Exe: `TR RIC 68 (VII, Trier)
42) B24, O25, R49, T48, M13 Exe: `SIS• RIC 64 (VII, Siscia)
43) B29, O05, R04, T03, M09 Exe: C/R/`LG RIC 133 (VII, Lyons)
44) B29, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 89 (VII, Aquileia)
45) B29, O05, R11, T56, M15 Exe: `T RIC 156 (VII, Ticinum)
46) B29, O05, R11, T56, M15 Exe: `/`T RIC 170 (VII, Ticinum)
47) B29, O05, R12, T55, M15 Exe: `T RIC 148 (VII, Ticinum)
48) B29, O05, R28, T16, M15 Exe: P/`T RIC 76 (VII, Ticinum)
49) B29, O05, R31, T05, M04 Exe: `*AR RIC 270 (VII, Arles)
50) B29, O05, R58, T46, M03 Exe: S/F/AQ` RIC 41 (VII, Aquileia)
51) B29, O05, R58, T47, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 77 (VII, Thessalonica)
52) B29, O08, R28, T32, M11 Exe: A/R` RIC 87 (VII, Rome)
53) B29, O20, R51, T21, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 68 (VII, Thessalonica)
54) B29, O23, R31, T05, M14 Exe: SMTS` RIC 155 (VII, Thessalonica)
55) B29, O24, R05, T56, M04 Exe: `*AR RIC 254 (VII, Arles)
56) B32, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 88 (VII, Aquileia)
57) B32, O05, R31, T08, M04 Exe: `A`RL RIC 292 (VII, Arles)
58) B32, O19, R31, T05, M10 Exe: SMN` RIC 92 (VII, Nicomedia)
59) B32, O20, R05, T55, M14 Exe: TS`VI RIC 113 (VII, Thessalonica)
60) B32, O20, R05, T56, M14 Exe: TS`VI RIC 125 (VII, Thessalonica)
61) B32, O20, R05, T56, M09 Exe: •/•/•PLGC• 323-324 RIC 220 (VII, Lyons)
62) B32, O20, R31, T05, M01 Exe: SMAL` RIC 35 (VII, Alexandria
63) B32, O20, R31, T05, M02 Exe: SMANT` RIC 64 (VII, Antioch)
64) B32, O20, R31, T05, M06 Exe: •SMK`• RIC 46 (VII, Cyzicus)
65) B32, O20, R31, T05, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 25 (VII, Cyzicus)
66) B32, O20, R31, T05, M11 Exe: R` RIC 266 (VII, Rome)
67) B32, O20, R31, T05, M11 Exe: R=` RIC 288 (VII, Rome)
68) B32, O26, R64, T29, M02 Exe: SMANT`/• RIC 53 (VII, Antioch)
69) B33, O05, R53, T09, M11 Exe: P/R/R` Rev. Stephen Knapp collection
70) B33, O05, R64, T60, M11 Exe: R` RIC 204 (VII, Rome)
71) B36, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 87 (VII, Aquileia)
72) B36, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: AQ` RIC 69 (VII, Aquileia)
73) B36, O05, R05, T56, M03 Exe: `/¯/•AQ`• RIC 108 (VII, Aquileia)
74) B36, O05, R11, T56, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 61 (VII, Heraclea)
75) B36, O05, R28, T16, M03 Exe: AQ` RIC 9 (VII, Aquileia)
76) B36, O05, R28, T16, M04 Exe: C/S/`ARL RIC 143 (VII, Arles)
77) B36, O05, R28, T19, M04 Exe: R/S/`ARL RIC 132 (VII, Arles)
78) B36, O05, R31, T05, M05 Exe: A/CONS 326 RIC 8 (VII, Constantinople)
79) B36, O05, R31, T05, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 75 (VII, Heraclea)
80) B36, O06, R28, T19, M13 Exe: `SIS RIC 39 (VII, Siscia)
81) B36, O10, R28, T19, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 21 (VII, Thessalonica)
82) B36, O10, R64, T58, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 38 (VII, Thessalonica)
83) B36, O11, R28, T19, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 20 (VII, Thessalonica)
84) B36, O12, R04, T03, M09 Exe: `LG RIC 203 (VII, Lyons)
85) B36, O16, R20, T26, M06 Exe: X over IIГ/SMK` RIC 17 (VII, Cyzicus)
86) B36, O16, R31, T25, M10 Exe: `/• over `/SMN RIC 32 (VII, Nicomedia)
87) B36, O16, R44, T49, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 62 (VII, Thessalonica)
88) B36, O16, R64, T58, M14 Exe: •TS•`•
89) B36, O23, R41, T48, M13 Exe: S/•`SIS• RIC 87 (VII, Siscia)
90) B36, O25, R49, T48, M13 Exe: `SIS• RIC 63 (VII, Siscia)
91) B39, O16, R22, T25, M06 Exe: ?/`/SMK RIC 10 (VII, Cyzicus)
92) B39, O16, R22, T28, M02 Exe: `/SMANT RIC 28 (VII, Antioch)
93) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: •MH`• RIC 23 (VII, Heraclea)
94) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: •SMH` RIC 30 (VII, Heraclea)
95) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: MHT` RIC 18 (VII, Heraclea)
96) B39, O16, R31, T25, M10 Exe: `/• over `/SMN RIC 31 (VII, Nicomedia)
97) B44, O19, R49, T48, M15 Exe: C/ST 319 RIC 93 (VII, Ticinum)
98) B44, O19, R49, T48, M15 Exe: C/TT 319 RIC 93 (VII, Ticinum)

Crispus BustsCrispus Types

ERIC Table of Contents|Title Page| |Introduction||About| |Roman| |Coins||Denominations||Coins| of |Other| |Ancient| |Cultures|
|Identifying| |Roman| |Coins| |How| |To| |Use| |This| |Book||Mintmarks| |Mint| |Map| |Pricing| And |Grading| |Bibliography| |Reference| |Catalogs| |Cited| |Coin| |Terms| |Used| |Glossary| |Rarity Tables| |Index| of |Rulers| |Photography| |Credits||Additional| |Web| |Resources| Imperial Catalog:|AUGUSTUS|
|LIVA|
|AGRIPPA|
|NERO| |CLAUDIUS| |DRUSUS|
|GERMANICUS|
|AGRIPPINA I|
|TIBERIUS|
|DRUSUS|
|ANTONIA|
|CALIGULA|
|CLAUDIUS I|
|BRITANNICUS|
|AGRIPPINA II|
|NERO|
|GALBA|
|CLODIUS| |MACER|
|OTHO|
|VITELLIUS|
|VESPASIAN|
|DOMITILLA|
|TITUS|
|DOMITIAN|
|DOMITIA|
|JULIA| |TITI|
|NERVA|
|TRAJAN|
|PLOTINA|
|MARCIANA|
|MATIDIA|
|HADRIAN|
|SABINA|
|AELIUS|
|ANTONINUS| |PIUS|
|FAUSTINA I|
|MARCUS| |AURELIUS|
|FAUSTINA| |II|
|LUCIUS| |VERUS|
|LUCILLA|
|COMMODUS|
|CRISPINA|
|PERTINAX|
|DIDIUS| |JULIANUS|
|MANLIA| |SCANTILLA|
|DIDIA CLARA|
|PESCENNIUS| |NIGER|
|CLODIUS| |ALBINUS|
|SEPTIMIUS| |SEVERUS|
|JULIA| |DOMNA|
|CARACALLA|
|PLAUTILLA|
|GETA|
|MACRINUS|
|DIADUMENIAN|
|ELAGABALUS|
|JULIA| |MAESA|
|JULIA| |SOAEMIAS|
|JULIA| |PAULA|
|AQUILIA| |SEVERA|
|ANNIA| |FAUSTINA|
|SEVERUS| |ALEXANDER|
|JULIA| |MAMAEA|
|ORBIANA|
|MAXIMINUS I|
|PAULINA|
|MAXIMUS|
|GORDIAN I|
|GORDIAN II|
|BALBINUS|
|PUPIENUS|
|GORDIAN III|
|TRANQUILLINA|
|PHILIP I|
|OTACILIA| |SEVERA|
|PHILIP II|
|PACATIAN|
|JOTAPIAN|
|TRAJAN| |DECIUS|
|HERENNIA| |ETRUSCILLA|
|HERENNIUS| |ETRUSCUS|
|HOSTILIAN|
|TREBONIANUS| |GALLUS|
|VOLUSIAN|
|AEMILIAN|
|CORNELIA| |SUPERA|
|SILBANNACUS|
|URANIUS| |ANTONINUS|
|VALERIAN I|
|MARINIANA|
|VALERIAN II|
|GALLIENUS|
|SALONINA|
|SALONINUS|
|REGALIANUS|
|DRYANTILLA|
|POSTUMUS|
|LAELIANUS|
|MARIUS|
|VICTORINUS|
|DOMITIAN II|
|TETRICUS I|
|TETRICUS II|
|QUIETUS|
|MACRIANUS|
|CLAUDIUS II|
|QUINTILLUS|
|AURELIAN|
|SEVERINA|
|ZENOBIA|
|VABALATHUS|
|TACITUS|
|FLORIAN|
|PROBUS|
|SATURNINUS|
|CARUS|
|CARINUS|
|MAGNIA| |URBICA|
|NIGRIAN|
|NUMERIAN|
|JULIAN I|
|DIOCLETIAN|
|MAXIMIAN|
|CARAUSIUS|
|ALLECTUS|
|DOMITIUS| |DOMITIANUS|
|CONSTANTIUS I|
|THEODORA|
|GALERIUS|
|GALERIA| |VALERIA|
|SEVERUS II|
|MAXENTIUS|
|ROMULUS|
|CONSTANTINE I|
|HELENA|
|FAUSTA|
|ALEXANDER|
|LICINIUS I|
|CONSTANTIA|
|MAXIMINUS II|
|LICINIUS II|
|CRISPUS|
|VALERIUS| |VALENS|
|MARTINIAN|
|CONSTANTINE II|
|DELMATIUS|
|HANNIBALLIANUS|
|CONSTANS|
|CONSTANTIUS II|
|MAGNENTIUS|
|DECENTIUS|
|NEPOTIAN|
|VETRANO|
|CONSTANTIUS| |GALLUS|
|JULIAN II|
|JOVIAN|
|VALENTINIAN I|
|VALENS|
|PROCOPIUS|
|GRATIAN|
|VALENTINIAN II|
|THEODOSIUS I|
|AELIA| |FLACCILLA|
|MAGNUS| |MAXIMINUS|
|FLAVIUS| |VICTOR|
|EUGENIUS|
|HONORIUS|
|CONSTANTINE III|
|CONSTANS II|
|MAXIMINUS|
|PRISCUS| |ATTALUS|
|JOVINUS|
|SABASTIANUS|
|CONSTANTIUS III|
|GALLA PLACIDIA|
|JOHANNES|
|VALENTINIAN III|
|LICINIA| |EUDOXIA|
|HONORIA|
|PETRONIUS| |MAXIMINUS|
|AVITUS|
|MAJORIAN|
|LIBIUS| |SEVERUS|
|ANTHEMIUS|
|EUPHEMIA|
|ANICIUS| |OLYBRIUS|
|GLYCERIUS|
|JULIUS NEPOS|
|ROMULUS| |AUGUSTUS|
|ARCADIUS|
|EUDOXIA|
|PULCHERIA|
|THEODOSIUS II|
|EUDOCIA|
|MARCIAN|
|LEO I|
|VERINA|
|LEO II|
|ZENO|
|ARIADNE|
|BASILISCUS|
|ZENONIS|
|LEONTIUS I|
|ANASTASIUS I|
|ANONYMOUS| |COINAGE|
ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel SuarezCrispus Caesar 316-326
Crispus was the oldest son of Constantine. He was made Caesar in about 316 and groomed along the military and political ways to be expected of a future emperor. However, his career was cut short in 326 when his stepmother Fausta accused him of attempted rape. Her story must have sounded like an unspeakable atrocity for Constantine had his son put to death at once. Some time later it was somehow found out that she'd made up the entire story and Constantine had her literally boiled to death. Fausta's motive most likely had to do with removing Crispus from the line of succession to make way for her own sons. This much she was successful at since they did indeed become emperors some ten years afterwards.

Thanks to a lengthy 10 years as Caesar, we find that coins of Crispus are varied, interesting and surprisingly affordable so long as we steer clear of precious metal coinage.

The bronzes, comprising once-silvered denominations now referred to as “reduced Folles” or simply AE3’s, turn up frequently in the “uncleaned” coins available on the internet for a dollar or two a piece.

Although somewhat more rare, coins that retain most or even all of the fragile silver wash given at the mint may still be found and, happily, are not terribly expensive in most cases.



Busts: 1) Bare headed, cuirassed bust right
2) Bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust right
3) Diademed head right, looking up
4) Helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, leading horse and holding spear over shoulder
5) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left
6) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
7) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder
8) Helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and shield
9) Helmeted, cuirassed bust right
10) Helmeted, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over shoulder and shield
11) Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust left
12) Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust right
13) Helmeted, laureate, cuirassed bust right
14) Laureate bust left, holding spear and shield
15) Laureate bust left, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop
16) Laureate bust left, wearing consular robes.
17) Laureate bust right, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop
18) Laureate bust right, wearing consular robes, holding scepter with eagle atop and globe
19) Laureate head right
20) Laureate, cuirassed bust left
21) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
22) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and Victory on globe
23) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder
24) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and shield
25) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and Victory on globe
26) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding two arrows and shield with arrow
27) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, leading horse and holding shield
28) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, leading horse and holding spear over shoulder
29) Laureate, cuirassed bust right
30) Laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear and shield
31) Laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over shoulder and shield
32) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left
33) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield
34) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding Victory on globe and mappa
35) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, raising hand and holding globe
36) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
37) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, holding spear and globe
38) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, holding spear and Victory on globe
39) Laureate, draped bust left, holding mappa and scepter on globe
40) Laureate, draped bust left, holding Victory on globe and mappa
41) Laureate, draped bust left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
42) Laureate, draped bust right, holding Victory on globe and mappa
43) Radiate head right
44) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right

Obverses: 1) CAESARVM NOSTRORVM
2) CRISPVS ET CONSTANTINVS NOBB CC COSS II
3) CRISPVS N C COS II
4) CRISPVS NOB C
5) CRISPVS NOB CAES
6) CRISPVS NOB CAESAR
7) CRISPVS NOBIL C
8) CRISPVS NOBIL CAES
9) CRISPVS NOBIL CAESAR
10) CRISPVS NOBILISS CAES
11) CRISPVS NOBILISSIMVS CAES
12) DN CRISPO NOB CAES
13) DN CRISPVS NOB CAES
14) DN CRISPVS NOBILISS CAES
15) DN CRISPVS SEMPER VICTOR NOB C
16) DN FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
17) DN IVL CRISPO N C
18) FL CL CRISPVS NOB CAES
19) FL IVL CRISPVS NOB C
20) FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
21) FL IVL CRISPVS NOBIL C
22) FL VN CRISPVS NO CAS
23) IVL CRISPVS NOB C
24) IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
25) IVL CRISPVS NOB CAESAR
26) No legend


Reverses: 1) ALAMANNIA DEVICTA
2) BEAT TRANQLITAS
3) BEAT TRANQVILLITAS
4) BEATA TRANQVILLITAS
5) CAESARVM NOSTRORVM
6) CLARITAS REIPVBLICAE
7) CONCORDIA AVGG NN
8) CRISPVS CAESAR
9) CRISPVS ET CONSTANTINVS IVN NOBB CAESS
10) DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG
11) DOMINOR NOSTROR CAESS
12) DOMINORVM NOSTRORVM CAESS
13) FELICITAS ROMANORVM
14) FELICITAS SAECVLI
15) FELIX PROCESSVS COS III
16) FELIX PROGENIES CONSTANTINI AVG
17) FELIX PROOESSVS COS III
18) GAVDIVM ROMANORVM
19) GLORIA ROMANORVM
20) IOVI CONSERVATORI
21) IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG
22) IOVI CONSERVATORI CAESS
23) IVVENTVS
24) MONETA AVGG ET CAESS NN
25) PAX PERPETVA
26) PRINCIPI IVVENTVT
27) PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS
28) PRINCIPIA IVVENTVTIS
29) PROVIDENTIA AVGG
30) PROVIDENTIA CAES
31) PROVIDENTIA CAESS
32) ROMAE AETERNAE
33) SACRA MONETA VRBIS
34) SAECVLI FELICITAS
35) SARMATIA DEVICTA
36) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE
37) SOLI INVICTO
38) SOLI INVICTO COMITI
39) VBERTAS SAECVLI
40) VBIQVE VICTORES
41) VICT LAETAE PRINC PERP
42) VICTORIA AVGG ET CAESS NN
43) VICTORIA BAEATISSIMORVM
44) VICTORIA CAESS NN
45) VICTORIA CONSTANTINI AVG
46) VICTORIA CRISPI CAES
47) VICTORIAE LAET P P
48) VICTORIAE LAETA PRINC PERP
49) VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP
50) VICTORIAE PERPETVAE
51) VIRT EXERC
52) VIRTVS AVG ET CAESS NN
53) VIRTVS AVGG
54) VIRTVS CAESAR NN
55) VIRTVS CAESARI
56) VIRTVS CAESARI N
57) VIRTVS CAESS
58) VIRTVS EXERCIT
59) VIRTVS EXERCITVS GALL
60) VOT / V / MVLT / X
61) VOT / XV / FEL / XX
62) VOT V / MVLT X / CAESS
63) VOTA ORBIS ET VRBIS SEN ET P R
64) No legend

Types: 1) Alamannia seated left, weeping; trophy and shield behind.
2) Altar reading VO / TIS / XX with globe atop; three stars above
3) Altar reading VOT / IS / XX with globe atop; three stars above
4) Cippus with shield reading AVG
5) City gate with (2) turrets, star above.
6) City gate with (2) turrets.
7) City gate with (3) turrets.
8) City gate with (4) turrets, star above.
9) City gate with (4) turrets.
10) Concordia seated left, holding caduceus and cornucopia
11) Constantine I standing, facing, under archway, Crispus to right and Constantine II to left, each holding a scepter.
12) Crispus riding horse right, spearing barbarian
13) Crispus standing left, holding globe and scepter
14) Crispus standing left, holding standard and scepter, standard to right.
15) Crispus standing left, holding standard and spear, two standards to right.
16) Crispus standing left, resting hand on shield and holding spear.
17) Crispus standing right, holding spear and globe
18) Crispus standing right, holding spear and globe; seated captive on either side.
19) Crispus standing right, holding spear and resting hand on shield.
20) Crispus standing, holding standard with seated captive on either side.
21) Crossroads in shape of “X”; Sol at juncture, raising hand and holding globe.
22) Felicitas standing left, holding branch and scepter.
23) Francia seated left, resting head on hands; trophy and shield behind.
24) Jupiter standing left, holding globe and scepter.
25) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
26) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; eagle to left and seated captive to right.
27) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; eagle to left.
28) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and scepter; seated captive to left.
29) Legend CRISPVS / CAESAR, star above
30) Legend VO / TIS / V
31) Legend VO / TIS / XX
32) Mars advancing right, holding spear and shield
33) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy, seated captive on either side.
34) Mars standing left, resting hand on shield and holding spear.
35) Monetae (3) standing left, holding scale and cornucopia; piles of coins by their feet.
36) Pax standing, facing, with legs crossed and leaning on column, holding branch and scepter.
37) Roma seated left, holding shield reading X / V
38) Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and scepter
39) Roma seated right, holding shield reading X / V
40) Securitas standing, facing, leaning on column, resting head on hand.
41) Sol advancing left, raising hand and holding whip.
42) Sol standing left, raising hand and holding globe.
43) Sol standing right, raising hand and holding globe.
44) Trophy, seated captive on either side
45) Ubertas standing left, holding scale and cornucopia
46) Vexillum reading VOT / X, seated captive on either side.
47) Vexillum reading VOT / XX, seated captive on either side.
48) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, together holding shield reading VOT / PR on cippus.
49) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm.
50) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm; seated captive on either side.
51) Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm.
52) Victory advancing right, stepping on captive, holding trophy and palm.
53) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X
54) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X together with Genius to lower right.
55) Wreath, VOT / V within
56) Wreath, VOT / X within
57) Wreath, VOT / XV FEL / XX within
58) Wreath, VOT V / MVLT X / CAESS within.
59) Wreath, VOT V CAESS NN within
60) Wreath, VOT X / ET XV F

Mints: 1) Alexandria
2) Antioch
3) Aquileia
4) Arelate
5) Constantinopolis
6) Cyzicus
7) Heraclea
8) Londinium
9) Lugdunum
10) Nicomedia
11) Roma
12) Sirmium
13) Siscia
14) Thessalonica
15) Ticinum
16) Treveri


AU Medallion Reference(s)
1) B37, O20, R18, T23, M16 Exe: FRANCIA RIC 240 (VII, Trier)

AU Solidus
2) B03, O26, R08, T49, M10 Exe: N RIC 110 (VII, Nicomedia)
3) B14, O20, R07, T10, M02 Exe: SMAN RIC 50 (VII, Antioch)
4) B14, O20, R07, T10, M12 Exe: SIRM RIC 38 (VII, Sirmium)
5) B21, O20, R27, T17, M02 Exe: SMAN RIC 43 (VII, Antioch)
6) B34, O19, R27, T14, M03 Exe: AQ

AU 1½ Scripulum
7) B36, O05, R27, T17

AR Miliarense
8) B29, O20, R13, T11, M14 Exe: THES

AE3
9) B05, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 275 (VI, London)
10) B05, O07, R04, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 230 (VI, London)
11) B06, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 281 (VII, London)
12) B08, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 280 (VII, London)
13) B17, O23, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR` RIC 405 (VII, Trier)
14) B17, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR RIC 376 (VII, Trier)
15) B19, O05, R05, T30, M04 Exe: `A RIC 210 (VII, Arles)
16) B19, O05, R05, T55, M04 Exe: ``A RIC 235 (VII, Arles)
17) B19, O05, R05, T55, M04 Exe: `A RIC 230 (VII, Arles)
18) B19, O05, R05, T56, M11 Exe: R` RIC 246 (VII, Rome)
19) B19, O20, R01, T52, M12 Exe: •SIRM• RIC 49 (VII, Sirmium)
20) B19, O23, R05, T55, M13 Exe: `SIS* RIC 161 (VII, Siscia)
21) B19, O23, R05, T56, M08 Exe: `LON` RIC 291 (VII, London)
22) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS* RIC 165 (VII, Siscia)
23) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS¨ RIC 169 (VII, Siscia)
24) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS¯ RIC 175 (VII, Siscia)
25) B19, O23, R05, T56, M13 Exe: `SIS« RIC 181 (VII, Siscia)
26) B19, O23, R05, T56, M16 Exe: `TR` RIC 440 (VII, Trier)
27) B19, O23, R31, T05, M13 Exe: •`SIS• RIC 201 (VII, Siscia)
28) B21, O05, R58, T46, M03 Exe: S/F/AQ` RIC 43 (VII, Aquileia)
29) B21, O05, R58, T47, M03 Exe: £/AQ` RIC 61 (VII, Aquileia)
30) B21, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 279 (VII, London)
31) B21, O07, R04, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 250 (VII, London)
32) B21, O24, R03, T03, M16 Exe: `TR
33) B21, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: •`TR• RIC 372 (VII, Trier)
34) B21, O24, R04, T03, M16 Exe: `TR RIC 308 (VII, Trier)
35) B21, O24, R58, T46, M13 Exe: S/F over ´/`SIS¦ RIC 130 (VII, Siscia)
36) B21, O24, R58, T46, M13 Exe: S/F/`SIS* RIC 113 (VII, Siscia)
37) B24, O07, R02, T03, M08 Exe: `LON RIC 278 (VII, London)
38) B24, O24, R04, T02, M16 Exe: `TR• RIC 347 (VII, Trier)
39) B24, O24, R04, T03, M16 Exe: `TR•
40) B24, O24, R49, T48, M13 Exe: I/`SIS• RIC 78 (VII, Siscia)
41) B24, O24, R58, T47, M16 Exe: `TR RIC 68 (VII, Trier)
42) B24, O25, R49, T48, M13 Exe: `SIS• RIC 64 (VII, Siscia)
43) B29, O05, R04, T03, M09 Exe: C/R/`LG RIC 133 (VII, Lyons)
44) B29, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 89 (VII, Aquileia)
45) B29, O05, R11, T56, M15 Exe: `T RIC 156 (VII, Ticinum)
46) B29, O05, R11, T56, M15 Exe: `/`T RIC 170 (VII, Ticinum)
47) B29, O05, R12, T55, M15 Exe: `T RIC 148 (VII, Ticinum)
48) B29, O05, R28, T16, M15 Exe: P/`T RIC 76 (VII, Ticinum)
49) B29, O05, R31, T05, M04 Exe: `*AR RIC 270 (VII, Arles)
50) B29, O05, R58, T46, M03 Exe: S/F/AQ` RIC 41 (VII, Aquileia)
51) B29, O05, R58, T47, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 77 (VII, Thessalonica)
52) B29, O08, R28, T32, M11 Exe: A/R` RIC 87 (VII, Rome)
53) B29, O20, R51, T21, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 68 (VII, Thessalonica)
54) B29, O23, R31, T05, M14 Exe: SMTS` RIC 155 (VII, Thessalonica)
55) B29, O24, R05, T56, M04 Exe: `*AR RIC 254 (VII, Arles)
56) B32, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 88 (VII, Aquileia)
57) B32, O05, R31, T08, M04 Exe: `A`RL RIC 292 (VII, Arles)
58) B32, O19, R31, T05, M10 Exe: SMN` RIC 92 (VII, Nicomedia)
59) B32, O20, R05, T55, M14 Exe: TS`VI RIC 113 (VII, Thessalonica)
60) B32, O20, R05, T56, M14 Exe: TS`VI RIC 125 (VII, Thessalonica)
61) B32, O20, R05, T56, M09 Exe: •/•/•PLGC• 323-324 RIC 220 (VII, Lyons)
62) B32, O20, R31, T05, M01 Exe: SMAL` RIC 35 (VII, Alexandria
63) B32, O20, R31, T05, M02 Exe: SMANT` RIC 64 (VII, Antioch)
64) B32, O20, R31, T05, M06 Exe: •SMK`• RIC 46 (VII, Cyzicus)
65) B32, O20, R31, T05, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 25 (VII, Cyzicus)
66) B32, O20, R31, T05, M11 Exe: R` RIC 266 (VII, Rome)
67) B32, O20, R31, T05, M11 Exe: R=` RIC 288 (VII, Rome)
68) B32, O26, R64, T29, M02 Exe: SMANT`/• RIC 53 (VII, Antioch)
69) B33, O05, R53, T09, M11 Exe: P/R/R` Rev. Stephen Knapp collection
70) B33, O05, R64, T60, M11 Exe: R` RIC 204 (VII, Rome)
71) B36, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: •AQ`• RIC 87 (VII, Aquileia)
72) B36, O05, R05, T55, M03 Exe: AQ` RIC 69 (VII, Aquileia)
73) B36, O05, R05, T56, M03 Exe: `/¯/•AQ`• RIC 108 (VII, Aquileia)
74) B36, O05, R11, T56, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 61 (VII, Heraclea)
75) B36, O05, R28, T16, M03 Exe: AQ` RIC 9 (VII, Aquileia)
76) B36, O05, R28, T16, M04 Exe: C/S/`ARL RIC 143 (VII, Arles)
77) B36, O05, R28, T19, M04 Exe: R/S/`ARL RIC 132 (VII, Arles)
78) B36, O05, R31, T05, M05 Exe: A/CONS 326 RIC 8 (VII, Constantinople)
79) B36, O05, R31, T05, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 75 (VII, Heraclea)
80) B36, O06, R28, T19, M13 Exe: `SIS RIC 39 (VII, Siscia)
81) B36, O10, R28, T19, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 21 (VII, Thessalonica)
82) B36, O10, R64, T58, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 38 (VII, Thessalonica)
83) B36, O11, R28, T19, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 20 (VII, Thessalonica)
84) B36, O12, R04, T03, M09 Exe: `LG RIC 203 (VII, Lyons)
85) B36, O16, R20, T26, M06 Exe: X over IIГ/SMK` RIC 17 (VII, Cyzicus)
86) B36, O16, R31, T25, M10 Exe: `/• over `/SMN RIC 32 (VII, Nicomedia)
87) B36, O16, R44, T49, M14 Exe: •TS•`• RIC 62 (VII, Thessalonica)
88) B36, O16, R64, T58, M14 Exe: •TS•`•
89) B36, O23, R41, T48, M13 Exe: S/•`SIS• RIC 87 (VII, Siscia)
90) B36, O25, R49, T48, M13 Exe: `SIS• RIC 63 (VII, Siscia)
91) B39, O16, R22, T25, M06 Exe: ?/`/SMK RIC 10 (VII, Cyzicus)
92) B39, O16, R22, T28, M02 Exe: `/SMANT RIC 28 (VII, Antioch)
93) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: •MH`• RIC 23 (VII, Heraclea)
94) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: •SMH` RIC 30 (VII, Heraclea)
95) B39, O16, R31, T07, M07 Exe: MHT` RIC 18 (VII, Heraclea)
96) B39, O16, R31, T25, M10 Exe: `/• over `/SMN RIC 31 (VII, Nicomedia)
97) B44, O19, R49, T48, M15 Exe: C/ST 319 RIC 93 (VII, Ticinum)
98) B44, O19, R49, T48, M15 Exe: C/TT 319 RIC 93 (VII, Ticinum)

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