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CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302

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CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302
CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302
CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302
CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302
CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302

CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302
Item: i76302 Authentic Ancient Coin of. Caesar: 316-337 A. Son of Constantine I’The Great. Bronze Follis 18mm Siscia mint, struck 324-326 A. Reference: RIC VII 202 Certification: NGC Ancients. XF 4683113-055 CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, laureate head right. PROVIDENTIAE CAESS / SIS, campgate with two turrets, star above. A military camp or bivouac is a semi-permanent facility for the lodging of an army. Camps are erected when a military force travels away from a major installation or fort during training or operations, and often have the form of large campsites. In the Roman era the military camp had highly stylized parameters and served an entire legion. Archaeological investigations have revealed many details of these Roman camps at sites such as Vindolanda (England) and Raedykes (Scotland). The Latin word castra , with its singular castrum , was used by the ancient Romans to mean buildings or plots of land reserved to or constructed for use as a military defensive position. The word appears in both Oscan and Umbrian (dialects of Italic) as well as in Latin. In classical Latin the word castra always means “great legionary encampment”, both “marching”, “temporary” ones and the “fortified permanent” ones, while the diminutive form castellum was used for the smaller forts, which were usually, but not always, occupied by the auxiliary units and used as logistic bases for the legions, as explained by Vegetius. A generic term is praesidium (“guard post or garrison”). The terms stratopedon (“army camp”) and phrourion (“fort”) were used by Greek language authors, in order to designate the Roman castra and the Roman castellum respectively. In English, the terms “Roman fortress”, “Roman fort” and “Roman camp” are commonly used for the castra. However the scholars’ convention always requires the use of the word “camp”, “marching camp” and “fortress” as a translation of castra and the use of the word “fort” as a translation of castellum and this type of convention is usually followed and found in all the scholarly works. Constantina wife of Hanniballianus. And Helena the Younger wife of Julian II. Constantine II (Latin: Flavius Claudius Constantinus Augustus ; January/February 316 – 340) was Roman Emperor from 337 to 340. Son of Constantine the Great and co-emperor alongside his brothers, his attempt to exert his perceived rights of primogeniture led to his death in a failed invasion of Italy in 340. The eldest son of Constantine the Great and Fausta, after the death of his half-brother Crispus, Constantine II was born in Arles in February 316 and raised as a Christian. On 1 March 317, he was made Caesar. In 323, at the age of seven, he took part in his father’s campaign against the Sarmatians. At age ten, he became commander of Gaul, following the death of Crispus. An inscription dating to 330 records the title of Alamannicus , so it is probable that his generals won a victory over the Alamanni. His military career continued when Constantine I made him field commander during the 332 campaign against the Goths. Following the death of his father in 337, Constantine II initially became emperor jointly with his brothers Constantius II and Constans, with the Empire divided between them and their cousins, the Caesars Dalmatius and Hannibalianus. This arrangement barely survived Constantine I’s death, as his sons arranged the slaughter of most of the rest of the family by the army. As a result, the three brothers gathered together in Pannonia and there, on 9 September 337, divided the Roman world between themselves. Constantine, proclaimed Augustus by the troops received Gaul, Britannia and Hispania. He was soon involved in the struggle between factions rupturing the unity of the Christian Church. The Western portion of the Empire, under the influence of the Popes in Rome, favored Catholicism over Arianism, and through their intercession they convinced Constantine to free Athanasius, allowing him to return to Alexandria. This action aggravated Constantius II, who was a committed supporter of Arianism. Constantine was initially the guardian of his younger brother Constans, whose portion of the empire was Italia, Africa and Illyricum. Constantine soon complained that he had not received the amount of territory that was his due as the eldest son. Annoyed that Constans had received Thrace and Macedonia after the death of Dalmatius, Constantine demanded that Constans hand over the African provinces, to which he agreed in order to maintain a fragile peace. Soon, however, they began quarreling over which parts of the African provinces belonged to Carthage, and thus Constantine, and which belonged to Italy, and therefore Constans. Further complications arose when Constans came of age and Constantine, who had grown accustomed to dominating his younger brother, would not relinquish the guardianship. In 340 Constantine marched into Italy at the head of his troops. Constans, at that time in Dacia, detached and sent a select and disciplined body of his Illyrian troops, stating that he would follow them in person with the remainder of his forces. Constantine was engaged in military operations and was killed in an ambush outside Aquileia. Constans then took control of his deceased brother’s realm. World-renowned expert numismatist, enthusiast, author and dealer in authentic ancient Greek, ancient Roman, ancient Byzantine, world coins & more. 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  • Coin Type: Ancient Roman
  • Certification Number: 4683113-055
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: XF
  • Ruler: Constantine II
  • Ancient Coins: Roman Coins

CONSTANTINE II Junior Authentic Ancient 324AD Roman Coin w CAMP GATE NGC i76302