Coins of Constantine the Great, his family and his contemporaries (285-364 AD)
 

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The Emperors of the early Fourth Century and their coin types are:

Diocletian (284 - 305 AD) - post-reform* follis
* for Diocletian's pre-reform coinage see our Third Century list.

Maximianus (286-305 and 306-308 and 310 AD) - antoniniani - follis

Constantius I (305 - 306 AD) - follis
Helena and Theodora, wives of Constantius I - follis,  also in our Under 20 section

Galerius (305 - 311 AD) -  follis

Severus II (306 - 307 AD) - follis

Maxentius (306 - 312 AD) -  follis,  also in our Under 20 section

Maximinus II (309 - 312 AD) -  follis,  also listed in the Bourton Hoard, also in our Under 20 section

Licinius I (308 - 324 AD) - follis,  also listed in our Under 20 section

Constantine I - Constantine the Great (307 - 337 AD) - follis or cententionalis, also in our Under 20 section
 also listed in the following hoards - Grassmoor (8 to 18) - Killingholme (30 to 65) - Bourton-on-the-Water (42-48)

Fausta (2nd wife of Constantine) - follis

Crispus - Caesar under Constantine I (317 - 326 AD) - cententionalis,  also in our Under 20 section,
also listed in the following hoard - Killingholme (30 to 65)

Delmatius -  Caesar under Constantine I (335 - 337 AD) - cententionalis,  also in our Under 20 section

Constantine II (337 - 340 AD) - listed in the following hoards
Grassmoor (8 to 18) - Killingholme (30 to 65)

Constans (337 - 350 AD)

Constantius II (337 - 361 AD) - cententionalis,  also in our Under 20 section and the Grassmoor (8 to 18) hoard

Vetranio (350 AD) - follis
 

Constantius Gallus - Caesar under Constantius II (351 - 354 AD) - cententionalis

Magnentius (350 - 353)

Decentius (351 - 353) - cententionalis

Julian II (360 - 363 AD) - cententionalis, also in our Under 20 section

Jovian (363 - 364 AD) - cententionalis

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