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Item: i41120 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Constans- Roman Emperor: 337-350 A.D. Bronze AE3 17mm(1.61 grams) Struck at the mint of Lugdunum 333-334 A.D. ... moreLaureate. Draped and cuirassed bust left Two soldiers standing facing one another. Each holding reversed spear and resting hand on shield; one standards between them; PLG in exergue. Numismatic Note* The reverse legend dedicates this coin to"the glory of the Army. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Standards Roman military standards. The standards with discs. Or signa( first three on left) belong to centuriae of the legion(the image does not show the heads of the standards- whether spear-head or wreathed-palm) Note( second from right) the legion's aquila. The standard on the extreme right probably portrays the She-wolf( lupa) which fed Romulus. The legendary founder of Rome. This was the emblem of Legio VI Ferrata. A legion then based in Judaea. A detachment of which is known to have fought in Dacia) Detail from Trajan's Column, Rome. Modern reenactors parade with replicas of various legionary standards. From left to right: signum(spear-head type) With four discs; signum(wreathed-palm type) With six discs; imago of ruling emperor; legionary aquila; vexillum of commander( legatus) of Legio XXX Ulpia Victrix. With embroidered name and emblem( Capricorn) of legion. Each tactical unit in the imperial army. From centuria upwards. Had its own standard. This consisted of a pole with a variety of adornments that was borne by dedicated standard-bearers who normally held the rank of duplicarius. Military standards had the practical use of communicating to unit members where the main body of the unit was situated. So that they would not be separated, in the same way that modern tour-group guides use umbrellas or flags. But military standards were also invested with a mystical quality, representing the divine spirit( genius) of the unit and were rever
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Item: i48314 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Byzantine Empire Bronze Follis 32mm(13.45 grams) Struck during the joint-reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII ... more1025-1028 A.D. Reference: Sear 1813 Bust of Christ facing. Wearing a nimbus crown, pallium and colobium, and holding book of Gospels with both hands. +IhSЧS/ XPISTЧS/ bASILЄЧ/ bASILЄ(Jesus Christ King of Kings" in four lines. For more than a century. The production of Follis denomination Byzantine coins had religious Christian motifs which included included Jesus Christ, and even Virgin Mary. These coins were designed to honor Christ and recognize the subservient role of the Byzantine emperor, with many of the reverse inscriptions translating to"Jesus Christ King of Kings" and"May Jesus Christ Conquer" The Follis denomination coins were the largest bronze denomination coins issued by the Byzantine empire, and their large size, along with the Christian motif make them a popular coin type for collectors. This series ran from the period of Byzantine emperors John I(969-976 A.D. to Alexius I(1081-1118 A.D. The accepted classification was originally devised by Miss Margaret Thompson with her study of these types of coins. World famous numismatic author, David R. Sear adopted this classification system for his book entitled, Byzantine Coins and Their Values. The references about this coin site Mr. Sear's book by the number that they appear in that work. The class types of coins included. Read more and see examples of these coins by reading the. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. c. 5 BC/BCE– c. 30 AD/CE) Also referred to as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus. Is the central figure of Christianity. Most Christian denominations venerate him as God the Son incarnated and believe that he rose from the dead after being crucified. The principal sources of information regarding Jesus are the four canonical gospels. And most critical scholars fi
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Click picture to enlarge image size. Ancient Roman Coin of Constantine the Great D I V U S C O N S T A N T I N E The Great Died 337 AD. Æ4(bronze) ... more2.51g. 15mm. a US dime is 19mm) Nicomedia mint Struck posthumous. 337- April 340 A.D. Obverse: D V CONSTANTINVS P T AVGG. Veiled head of Constantine the Great right. Reverse: No legend. Emperor Constantine veiled to right driving quadriga(four horse chariot) the hand of God reaches down to him, SMNA in exergue. Ref. RIC VIII Nicomedia 18. XF. Glossy dark olive patina. A little gem. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OUR GUARANTEE: All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed. Any item ever shown otherwise may be returned unaltered for full refund less shipping. Additionally. If any item purchased is not to your satisfaction you may return it unaltered within 30 days of purchase for a full refund less shipping. We also guarantee absolute discretion and confidentiality in all transactions. NO RESERVE Images are not actual size Please see description for actual measurements. Click here to view my other auctions. Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE!
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Item: i36058 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Constantius II- Roman Emperor: 337-361 A.D. Son of Constantine I the Great Bronze AE4 16m(1.07 grams) Struck at ... morethe mint of Antioch 337-361 A.D. Reference: RIC 54(VIII. Antioch) CONSTANTIVSAVG- Diademed(pearls) head right. GLORIAEXERCITVS Exe: SMANI- Two soldiers stading either side of a standard. Numismatic Note* The reverse legend dedicates this coin to"the glory of the Army. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Flavius Iulius Constantius. Known in English as Constantius II(7 August 317– November 3 361) was a Roman Emperor(337-361) of the Constantinian dynasty. Constantius joins the lengthy list of emperors whose career was marked by a seemingly endless series of wars both domestic and foreign. He served as Caesar from 324 until his father's death in 337 at which time he shared the title of Augustus with two other brothers. Constantine II and Constans. To make sure no more Johnny-come-latelies in his family would try their hand at being emperor too it is thought that he engineered a bloodbath that left nary a relative. Constantine II died in battle and Constans was murdered by the men of Magnentius, the first of several usurpers. This left Constantius finally as sole legitimate emperor and he moved quickly to suppress Magnentius, an endeavor he eventually accomplished. The strife didn't end there, however, as he still had to deal with other revolts and wars on every corner of the empire. Caught in these never-ending battles he died while on his way to battle Julian II. Flavius Iulius Constantius was born at Sirmium(now Sremska Mitrovica in Serbia) in province of Pannonia. The third son of Constantine the Great. And second by his second wife Fausta. The daughter of Maximian. Constantius was made Caesar by his father on 13 November 324. When the elder Constantine died at Constantinople on 22 May 337. Constantius was nearest of his sons to that city, and despite b
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TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish The Lady in Medieval England ... more1000-1500 by Peter Coss. NOTE: We have 75.000 books in our library, almost 10,000 different titles. Odds are we have other copies of this same title in varying conditions, some less expensive, some better condition. We might also have different editions as well(some paperback, some hardcover, oftentimes international editions) If you don’t see what you want, please contact us and ask. We’re happy to send you a summary of the differing conditions and prices we may have for the same title. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 214 pages. Publisher: Wrens Park Publishing; 1999) Although there have been many books written about medieval women. Few have focused specifically on the lady. In a book designed as a companion to the author's previous book. The Knight in Medieval England. Professor Coss attempts to remedy this with a work which concentrates on the role of the lady within medieval society, how she was perceived both by herself and by her male counterparts, how she related to and participated within the seemingly prevailing male culture of gentility, how the lives of lords and ladies inter-related, and how they behaved towards one another. The author begins by introducing the issues to be discussed through the example of the Pastons of the fifteenth century. The origins of the English lady are then considered and her position. Status and image during the eleventh and twelfth centuries examined, highlighting both changes and continuities. The book then develops this theme by looking at the widening gentility in England during the succeeding centuries, especially as expressed through a variety of visual media. Employing a variety of sources. Including double monumental effigies, brasses, and surviving letters, Professor Coss opens to popular scrutiny the affective relations between lord and lady, before turning to antagonistic relationships. In addition to
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Item: i24152 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Justin II- Byzantine Emperor: November 15. 565 A.D. October 5, 578 A.D. Justin II& Queen Sophia Bronze Half ... moreFollis 21mm(4.99 grams) Thessalonica mint: 565-578 A.D. D N IVSTINVS PP AVG- Justin. On left, and Sophia on right, seated facing on double throne. Large K; above ┼; to left. A/ N/ N O; to right, numeral representing regnal year; beneath, TЄS You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Flavius Iustinus(Iunior) Augustus(c. 520- 5 October 578) was Eastern Roman emperor from 565 to 578. He was the nephew of Justinian I. And husband of Sophia. The niece of the late empress Theodora. And therefore member of the Justinian Dynasty. His reign is marked by war with Persia and the loss of the greater part of Italy. Reign When Justinian died on November 14. 565. Justin was elevated to the imperial throne by a group of court officials claiming that Justinian had named him as his successor on his deathbed, thus passing by another possible candidate for imperial succession, a nephew of Justinian Germanus. Also called Justin, who was not present in the capital at the time of the emperor's death. In the first few days of his reign Justin paid his uncle's debts. Administered justice in person, and proclaimed universal religious toleration. Contrary to his uncle, Justin relied completely on the support of the aristocratic party. Proud of character. And faced with an empty treasury, he discontinued Justinian's practice of buying off potential enemies. Immediately after his accession, Justin halted the payment of subsidies to the Avars. Ending a truce that had existed since 558. After the Avars and the neighbouring tribe of the Lombards had combined to destroy the Gepids. From whom Justin had obtained the Danube fortress of Sirmium. Avar pressure caused the Lombards to migrate West, and in 568 they invaded Italy under their king Alboin. They quickly overran the Po valley. And withi
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Item: i36058 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Constantius II- Roman Emperor: 337-361 A.D. Son of Constantine I the Great Bronze AE4 16m(1.07 grams) Struck at ... morethe mint of Antioch 337-361 A.D. Reference: RIC 54(VIII. Antioch) CONSTANTIVSAVG- Diademed(pearls) head right. GLORIAEXERCITVS Exe: SMANI- Two soldiers stading either side of a standard. Numismatic Note* The reverse legend dedicates this coin to"the glory of the Army. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Flavius Iulius Constantius. Known in English as Constantius II(7 August 317– November 3 361) was a Roman Emperor(337-361) of the Constantinian dynasty. Constantius joins the lengthy list of emperors whose career was marked by a seemingly endless series of wars both domestic and foreign. He served as Caesar from 324 until his father's death in 337 at which time he shared the title of Augustus with two other brothers. Constantine II and Constans. To make sure no more Johnny-come-latelies in his family would try their hand at being emperor too it is thought that he engineered a bloodbath that left nary a relative. Constantine II died in battle and Constans was murdered by the men of Magnentius, the first of several usurpers. This left Constantius finally as sole legitimate emperor and he moved quickly to suppress Magnentius, an endeavor he eventually accomplished. The strife didn't end there, however, as he still had to deal with other revolts and wars on every corner of the empire. Caught in these never-ending battles he died while on his way to battle Julian II. Flavius Iulius Constantius was born at Sirmium(now Sremska Mitrovica in Serbia) in province of Pannonia. The third son of Constantine the Great. And second by his second wife Fausta. The daughter of Maximian. Constantius was made Caesar by his father on 13 November 324. When the elder Constantine died at Constantinople on 22 May 337. Constantius was nearest of his sons to that city, and despite b
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