Bronze coin of Constantine I (307-337 A.D.)

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Bronze coin of Constantine I (307-337 A.D.)
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The reverse on this coin features a campgate, and reads: PROVIDENTIAE CAESS "(Dedicated to) the foresight of our Caesars". Constantine I, known as "Constantine the Great", was born around 274 A.D. In 306 A.D. he was proclaimed Caesar at the death of his father, Constantius Chlorus. Constantine famously converted to Christianity after a successful battle. He successfully defeated co-emperors Maxentius and Licinius I, thereby becoming sole ruler by 324 A.D. In 327 he succommed to illness and died shortly thereafter. JC-30101-115 JC-30215