A.D. 307-337 Constantine I Bronze Reduced Follis, Hand of God Reverse


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Struck around A.D. 337 by the sons of Constantine the Great, this ancient commemorative coin honors their father - one of Rome`s greatest emperors! Believing that a holy vision he saw before the Battle of Milvian Bridge was responsible for his victory, Constantine adopted Christianity as Rome`s official religion. Eventually, the emperor converted to Christianity himself. The obverse depicts the veiled head of Constantine, while the reverse shows him in a chariot, heaven-bound toward the welcoming hand of God.