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English: Constantine. Gold multiple medallion minted in Ticinum, 313 AD. Wt. 39.79 g. Busts of Constantine with Sol Invictus
Français : Constantin. Multiple d'or, Ticinum, 313 ap. J.-C. Poids : 39,79 g.
Accession number Beistegui 233
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)
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