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Theodosios I c 389-391 Gold Solidus
Gold Solidus. Theodosios I (Flavius Theodosius), (January 11, 347 – January 17, 395) was also called Theodosius the Great.
Gratian appointed Theodosios co-Augustus for the East after Valens was killed in the Battle of Adrianople, and was Roman Emperor from 379 to 395. Theodosios I was the last emperor of both the Eastern and Western Roman Empire. After his death, the two parts split permanently. Obverse laureate Theodosios DN THEODO SIVS PF AVC. Reverse Theodosios and Valentinian II enthroned, holding a globe between them while Victory is above them with her wings spread and a palm between their feet; VICTOR IA AVGG T R COM.
Mint: Treveri (Trier)
Provenance: Courtesy Harlan J. Berk, LTD.

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