Corinth Coin: 1927 268
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Coin
Name:   1927 268
Title:   Copper/Bronze Coin of Constantine I, 334 A.D. - 335 A.D.
Year:   1927
Coin Number:   268
Period:   Roman Imperial
Material:   AE
Mint:   Siscia
Authority:   Constantine I
Obverse Legend:   VRBS - ROMA
Obverse Type:   Bust of Roma l., wearing imperial mantle, cuirass, and helmet with egret
Reverse Type:   She-wolf standing l., suckling twins; two stars in field above; in exergue, GSIS
Symbol:   Rev: two stars in field; in exergue, GSIS
Axis Clock:   7
Weight Description:   1.96
Weight:   1.96
Diameter:   19
Chronology:   334 A.D. - 335 A.D.
Findspot Description:   Odeion; Surface
Excavation Date: 4/18/1927
Notebook 94, p. 32, line 10
Notes:   Study Collection. Data Entry Funded by the Kress Foundation.
CONS. 01-27
Another example, 1969-429 Gym; 1971-691 Gym (with 2 soldiers and standard; poor)
Reference:   RIC VII, #240; Cohen VII, p. 330, #17; Maurice II, p. 359, III
Site:   Corinth
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Image: digital 2011 5804
Image: digital 2011 5805
Image: digital 2011 5806