This affordable, well-preserved bronze Follis features a depiction of the Roman god Jupiter! Struck from A.D. 310-337 during the reign of Constantine the Great, the reverse of this bronze Follis bears a depiction of Jupiter standing, holding a globe topped with winged Victory and a scepter. Before Christianity became the empire's dominant religion under Constantine, Jupiter was the chief deity of ancient Rome. A portrait of Constantine the Great is on the obverse. These nicely detailed coins were issued more than 1,680 years ago, and we have just 11 available, so order early!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Material: Bronze
- Rulers: Constantine I (A.D. 306 - 337)