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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

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Index of Rulers

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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
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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
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MARCIAN
LEO I
VERINA
LEO II
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ANONYMOUS COINAGE

ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel Suarez


Valentinian I

Augustus 364-375

Valentinian became emperor after Jovian's death. He was a capable general and performed admirably on behalf of the empire given the advanced state of decay it was currently under. To start things off he named his brother Valens co-emperor and was handed over the east half of the empire. A couple of years later he named his young son Gratian co-ruler of the West as well in case anything happened while he was campaigning against the ever-present barbarians. That something happened in 375 when he suffered a stroke after becoming angry at a group of barbarian peacemakers (presumably for offering unfavorable terms).

More than any other emperor of this or the following century, the coins of Valentinian I (along with those of his brother Valens) are the most commonly available and affordable. While Constantine I and his family were prolific issuers of low denomination bronzes their precious metal coinage is much scarcer.
 
With Valentinian, and again Valens, Solidi and Siliquae are quite readily available. In particular, their gold coins are perhaps the easiest to locate except for some late fifth century eastern issues.
 
If surviving quantity is plentiful enough, the same cannot be said for richness in variety of types. Continuing the trend begun decades before, legends and bust types become more standardized and the portraiture indistinct.
 
The vast majority of bronzes will be of just two types: Gloria Romanorum and Securitas Reipublicae both of which were clearly of a militarily propagandist nature. 
 
If this bit of numismatic ennui is disappointing it is at least compensated by a wonderfully complex mintmarking system that spanned his entire reign. It is quite possibly the most elaborate mintmark system ever devised for coins and may present the collector with the challenge of completing a set of all known varieties (referred to as “emissions”); a difficult proposition given that there are dozens of different combinations!

 

Busts:


1) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust left
2) Diademed (pearls), draped and cuirassed bust right
3) Diademed (rosettes), draped and cuirassed bust right
4) Diademed bust left, wearing imperial mantle, holding mappa and scepter
5) Diademed bust left, wearing imperial mantle, raising hand and holding scepter
6) Diademed, cuirassed bust right
7) Helmeted, diademed, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield

 

Obverses:

 
1) DN VALENTINIANS PF AVG
2) DN VALENTINIANVS PF AVG
3) VALENTINIANVS AVG

 

Reverses:

 
1) CONCORDIA AVGGG
2) FELIX ADVENTVS AVG M
3) FELIX ADVENTVS AVGGG
4) GLORIA REIPVBLICAE
5) GLORIA ROMANORVM
6) MONETA AVGG
7) PAX PERPETVA
8) PERPETVITAS IMPERII
9) RESTITVTOR REIP
10) RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE
11) SALVS REIP
12) SALVS REIPVBLICAE
13) SECVRITAS REIP
14) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE
15) SPES R P 
16) TRIVMFATOR GENT BARB
17) VICTORES AVGVSTI
18) VICTORIA AVG
19) VICTORIA AVGG
20) VICTORIA AVGVSTE
21) VICTORIA AVGVSTI N
22) VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM
23) VICTORIA DD NN AVG
24) VICTORIA DN AVGVSTI
25) VICTORIAE DN AVG
26) VICTORIAS AVGVSTORVM
27) VIRTVS EXERCITVS
28) VIRTVS EXSERCITI
29) VIRTVS ROMANI EXERCITVS
30) VIRTVS ROMANORVM
31) VOTA PVBLICA
32) VRBS ROMA
33) No legend
 

Types:

1) City gate with (2) turrets, letter S above.2)Constantinopolis seated left, stepping on galley prow, holding Victory on globe and scepter.
3) Monetae (3) standing, facing, holding scale and cornucopia.
4) Roma and Constantinopolis seated, facing, holding scepter and together shield reading VOT / X / MVL / XX
5) Roma and Constantinopolis seated, facing, holding scepter and together shield reading VOT / V / MVL / X
6) Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and spear.
7) Roma seated, facing, holding Victory on globe and cornucopia next to Constantinopolis, holding Victory on globe and scepter.
8) Standards (4)
9) Valentinian I advancing right, dragging captive and holding labarum
10) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, each holding globe and scepter; shield reading VOT / V / MVL / X placed on genius in between them.
11) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, each holding mappa and scepter.
12) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, each holding mappa and scepter; seated captive on either side.
13) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, each holding mappa and together globe; Victory above and between them.
14) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, holding together globe; in between, Victory above and palm below.
15) Valentinian I and Valens seated, facing, holding together globe; Victory hovering above, crowning them both.
16) Valentinian I and Valens standing under arch, facing, each holding globe and scepter.
17) Valentinian I and Valens standing, facing, each holding globe and labarum.
18) Valentinian I and Valens standing, facing, each holding labarum and globe.
19) Valentinian I and Valens standing, facing, each holding labarum and together a Victory on globe crowning both.
20) Valentinian I and Valens standing, facing, each holding scepter and together a Victory on globe crowning both.
21) Valentinian I riding horse left, raising hand.
22) Valentinian I riding oncoming quadriga, dropping coins and holding Victory on globe
23) Valentinian I standing right, receiving shield from Hand of God above.
24) Valentinian I standing under arch, facing, holding spear and globe.
25) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding labarum and globe; Victory to right crowning him and seated captive to left.
26) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding labarum and resting hand on shield.
27) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding labarum and Victory on globe.
28) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding labarum and Victory on globe; kneeling captive to left.
29) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding labarum and Victory on globe; eagle with wreath in beak to lower right.
30) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding spear and resting hand on shield
31) Valentinian I standing, facing, holding Victory on globe and labarum; captive on either side.
32) Valentinian I standing, facing, stepping on captive, holding labarum and Victory on globe.
33) Victories (2) standing, facing each other, together holding shield reading VOT / V
34) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm
35) Victory advancing right, dragging captive and holding trophy.
36) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / V / MVL / X
37) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / V / MVL / X; Genius to lower right also holding shield.
38) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / V / MVLT / X; Genius to lower right also holding shield
39) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / V; Genius to lower right also holding shield.
40) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVL / XX
41) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX
42) Victory seated right, holding shield reading VOT / X / VOT / XV
43) Victory standing left, stepping on captive, holding wreath and trophy.
44) Victory standing right, stepping on globe, holding shield reading VOT / X / MVLT / XV on column.
45) Victory standing, facing, holding wreath and shield on column reading VOT / X / MVLT / XX; captive on either side.
46) Victory standing, facing, holding wreath in each hand.
47) Wreath, VOT / V within.
48) Wreath, VOT / V / MVL / X within
49) Wreath, VOT / V / MVLT / X within
50) Wreath, VOT / VX / MVLT / XX within
51) Wreath, VOT / X / MVLT / XV within.
52) Wreath, VOT / X / MVLT / XX within.
53) Wreath, VOTIS / V / MVLTIS / X within
54) Wreath, VOTIS / X / MVLTIS / XV within
55) Wreath, VOTIS / XV / MVLTIS / XX within

 

Mints:

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

 
 

AU Solidus Reference(s)

 
1) B2, O2, R10, T27, M02 Exe: ANT`• RIC 2a (IX, Antiochia)
2) B2, O2, R10, T27, M04 Exe: KONST RIC 1a (IX, Arelate)
3) B2, O2, R10, T27, M08 Exe: SMLVG RIC 1a (IX, Lugdunum)
4) B2, O2, R10, T27, M10 Exe: SMN` RIC 2a (IX, Nicomedia)
5) B2, O2, R10, T27, M11 Exe: •R`¯ RIC 11 (IX, Roma)
6) B2, O2, R19, T14, M15 Exe: TR•OB• RIC 17a (IX, Treveri)
7) B2, O2, R30, T20, M05 Exe: `CONS¯ RIC 5a (IX, Constantinopolis)
8) B3, O2, R10, T27, M02 Exe: •ANT`• RIC 2b (IX, Antiochia)
9) B3, O2, R19, T14, M15 Exe: TROB` RIC 17b (IX, Treveri)
10) B3, O2, R22, T41, M05 Exe: `/CONOB 
11) B3, O2, R22, T42, M02 Exe: `/ANOB` RIC 22b (IX, Antiochia)
12) B4, O2, R11, T32, M13 Exe: */SMSISC¯ RIC 1a (IX, Siscia)
13) B4, O2, R31, T11, M09 Exe: MED RIC 3a (IX, Mediolanum)
14) B4, O2, R31, T12, M05 Exe: *CONS= RIC 29a (IX, Constantinopolis)
15) B7, O2, R17, T15, M15 Exe: TR•OB RIC 16b (IX, Treveri)

 
AU 1½ Scripulum 
 

16) B2, O2, R07, T37, M14 Exe: TES• RIC 15 (IX, Thessalonica)

 
AR Miliarense

 
17) B2, O2, R22, T44, M11 Exe: R` RIC 8a corrected (IX, Roma)
18) B2, O2, R27, T26, M13 Exe: •SISC` RIC 10a (IX, Siscia)
19) B6, O2, R26, T33, M05 Exe: CONSP` RIC 10 (IX, Constantinopolis)

 
AR Siliqua 

 
20) B2, O2, R32, T06, M11 Exe: R` RIC 11a (IX, Roma)
21) B2, O2, R32, T06, M15 Exe: TRP` RIC 27a (IX, Treveri)
22) B2, O2, R33, T47, M05 Exe: CP•` RIC 13a (IX, Constantinopolis)
23) B2, O2, R33, T50, M05 Exe: C`S RIC 38a (IX, Constantinopolis)
24) B2, O2, R33, T52, M05 Exe: `C`S= RIC 37a (IX, Constantinopolis)

 
AE1 Reference(s)

 
25) B2, O2, R10, T27, M05 Exe: CONSP` RIC 15 (IX, Constantinopolis), L 2065
26) B2, O2, R10, T27, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 1a (IX, Heraclea), L 1915
27) B2, O2, R10, T27, M10 Exe: SMN` L 2321

 
AE3


 
28) B2, O2, R05, T09, M03 Exe: •SMAQ`• RIC 11a.15 (IX, Aquileia), L 1023
29) B2, O2, R05, T09, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 3a (IX, Heraclea), L 1919
30) B2, O2, R05, T09, M10 Exe: SMN` RIC 9a (IX, Nicomedia), L 2334
31) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: * over A/D`SISC RIC 5a.7 (IX, Siscia), L 1294
32) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: */•`SISC RIC 5a.9 (IX, Siscia)
33) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: •`SISC RIC 5a.2 (IX, Siscia), L 1275
34) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: D/*`SISC RIC 14a.11 (IX, Siscia), L 1305
35) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: D`SISC RIC 5a.4 (IX, Siscia), L 1290
36) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: F/A over K/`SISCV RIC 14a.33 (IX, Siscia), L 1390
37) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: F/D over K/`SISC_ RIC 14a.43 (IX, Siscia), L 1478
38) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: F/D over P/`SISC_ RIC 14a.44a (IX, Siscia)
39) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: M over •/* over R over O/`SISC RIC 14a.21 (IX, Siscia), L 1349
40) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: M/* over F/`SISC RIC 14a.16 (IX, Siscia), L 1327
41) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: M/* over P/`SISC RIC 14a.17 (IX, Siscia), L 1331
42) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: Q/* over K/`SISCV RIC 14a.37 (IX, Siscia)
43) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: Q/A over !/`SISCV RIC 14a.30 (IX, Siscia), L 1384
44) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: S over •/C over !/`SISC_ RIC 14a.38 (IX, Siscia), L 1450
45) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: S/* over F/`SISC RIC 14a.15 (IX, Siscia), L 1323
46) B2, O2, R05, T09, M13 Exe: S/D/`SISC RIC 14a.13 (IX, Siscia), L 1315
47) B2, O2, R05, T09, M14 Exe: * over `/TES RIC 26a (IX, Thessalonica), L 1744
48) B2, O2, R05, T09, M14 Exe: */* over `/TES RIC 16a.17 (IX, Thessalonica), L 1749
49) B2, O2, R05, T09, M14 Exe: */• over D/TES
50) B2, O2, R05, T09, M14 Exe: TES` RIC 16a.1 (IX, Thessalonica), L 1704
51) B2, O2, R05, T09, M14 Exe: V/* over `/TES RIC 16a.38 (IX, Thessalonica), L 1803
52) B2, O2, R09, T27, M05 Exe: CONSP` RIC 20a.1 (IX, Constantinopolis), L 2066
53) B2, O2, R09, T27, M06 Exe: SMK` RIC 10a (IX, Cyzicus), L 2515
54) B2, O2, R09, T27, M07 Exe: SMH` RIC 4a (IX, Heraclea), L 1916
55) B2, O2, R09, T27, M12 Exe: `SIRM RIC 6a (IX, Sirmium), L 1627
56) B2, O2, R09, T27, M14 Exe: TES` RIC 17a (IX, Thessalonica), L 1702
57) B2, O2, R14, T34, M03 Exe: SMAQ` RIC 11a.16 (IX, Aquileia), L 1015
58) B2, O2, R14, T34, M04 Exe: `CONST RIC 7a.1 (IX, Arelate), L 477
59) B2, O2, R14, T34, M04 Exe: SMK` RIC 11a (IX, Cyzicus), L 2529
60) B2, O2, R14, T34, M05 Exe: •/CONS` RIC 42a.8 (IX, Constantinopolis), L 2109
61) B2, O2, R14, T34, M05 Exe: CONSP` RIC 21a (IX, Constantinopolis), L 2071
62) B2, O2, R14, T34, M11 Exe: R`  Officina is spelled out in Latin; PRIMA, SECVNDA, TERTIA or QVARTA RIC 23 (IX, Roma), L 712
63) B2, O2, R14, T34, M11 Exe: SM\R` RIC 24a.10 (IX, Roma), L 730
64) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: * over D/S/`SISC RIC 15a.14 (IX, Siscia), L 1321
65) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: * over F/M/`SISC RIC 15a.16 (IX, Siscia)
66) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: * over K/Q/`SISCV RIC 15a.27 (IX, Siscia), L 1370
67) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: K over K/Q/`SISCV RIC 15a.32 (IX, Siscia), L 1389
68) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: * over P/M/`SISC RIC 15a.17 (IX, Siscia)
69) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: * over R over O/M/`SISC RIC 15a.22 (IX, Siscia)
70) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: •`SISC RIC 7a.2 (IX, Siscia), L 1277
71) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: A`SISC RIC 7a.1 (IX, Siscia), L 1271
72) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: C over !/S over •/`SISC- RIC 15a.38 (IX, Siscia)
73) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: D over P/F/`SISC_ RIC 15a.44 (IX, Siscia), L 1489
74) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: D`SISC RIC 7a.1 (IX, Siscia), L 1292
75) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: D/*`SISC RIC 15a.11 (IX, Siscia), L 1305
76) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: D/S/`SISC RIC 15a.13 (IX, Siscia), L 1317
77) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: K over P/Q/`SISCV RIC 15a.29 (IX, Siscia)
78) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: R over K/F/`SISC_ RIC 15a.35 (IX, Siscia), L 1424
79) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: R over K/F/`SISCS RIC 15a.35 (IX, Siscia), L 1426
80) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: R over !/F/`SISCS RIC 15a.37 (IX, Siscia), L 1444
81) B2, O2, R14, T34, M13 Exe: R over K/S over •/`SISCK RIC 15a.36 (IX, Siscia), L 1432
82) B2, O2, R14, T34, M14 Exe: TES` RIC 18a.1 (IX, Thessalonica), L 1706
83) B2, O2, R33, T49, M12 Exe: `SIRM RIC 8 (IX, Sirmium), L 1629

 

 

Valentinian I Busts

Valentinian I Types