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Browsing Roman Imperial Coins of Hanniballianus


336-337 AD. The nephew of Constantine, named King of Armenia, Pontus and Cappadocia. Killed in the power struggle that ensued after Constantine's death in AD 337.

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Constantinople
RIC 147
Hannibalianus, AE16, 336-337 AD, Constantinople, als Rex regum unter Constantine I. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust right / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, holding sceptre, overturned urn at his side, from which waters flow, reed in background. Mintmark CONSS. RIC VII Constantinople 147; Cohen 2; Sear 16905.TextImage
Constantinople
RIC 148
Hanniballianus AE4. 336-337 AD. FL HANNIBALLIANVS REGI, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust right / SEC-VRITAS PVBLICA, river god Euphrates sitting right, leaning with right arm on sceptre, left hand pouring water from a vase; reed in background. Mintmark CONSS. RIC 148; Cohen 2. TextImage
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See also: Search the Virtual Catalog of Roman Coins for Hanniballianus
Coins of Hanniballianus at Aeqvitas.com
Coins of Hanniballianus at the Ancient Coin Forum

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