Now, own a bronze coin from the Gallic Empire - a mini version of Rome's - made up of modern France, Germany and Britain, created in A.D. 260. The brave warrior Victorinus became the 4th emperor of the rebel empire. He successfully resisted internal uprisings, barbarian hoards, and the Roman emperor Claudius II's forces. But his lust for others' wives was untamable. In the end, a husband avenging the emperor's mistreatment of his wife killed him. Over 1,700 years old, each coin is hand-struck and unique. You'll want to display this portrait coin of the ladies' man whose appetites led to his death. Order today.
- Material: Bronze
- Product Type: Single Products
- Rulers: Victorinus (A.D. 268 - 270)