A.D. 324-330 Helena Bronze Centenionalis


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Recall the roots of Christianity’s most important relics with this popular ancient coin! It depicts Helena – who met her first husband, Constantius I, while working as a barmaid in her father’s tavern. She became Constantine the Great’s mother, and converted to Christianity before she was proclaimed Augusta. In her later years, Helena embarked on a pilgrimage where she found several holy relics – the True Cross (upon which Christ was crucified) rumored to be among them.

Now, celebrate the life of Christianity’s Saint Helena, with a genuine bronze coin bearing her portrait! Struck nearly 1,700 years ago from A.D. 324-330, this bronze Centenionalis depicts Helena on the obverse and Pax (the goddess of peace) on the reverse.

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