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Ancients
Present Day
Back to Yester - Year
by: Chip Scoppa
Post Diocletian Reform
 Most mints have
distinctive mint
markings
 Campgate type coins
from the time of
Constantine the Great
and his sons are
among some of these
 There are 15 known
mints for this type of
coin
Mints for Campgate coins
 Alexandria
 Antioch
 Arelate
 Constantinople
 Cyzicus
 Heraclea
 London
 Lyons
 Nicomedia
 Rome
 Sirmium
 Siscia
 Thessalonica
 Ticinum
 Treveri
Alexandria
 SMALA
 SMAL
 SMAL with a dot
 Sometimes with a
wreath in left field
 Sometimes with the
officina mark in right
field
 CJSII-0723
Antioch
 ANT
 SMAN
 SMANT
 With various control
markings
 With various officinae
marks
 CJSII-0687
Arelate
 A
 AR
 ARL
 CON
 CONST
 With various control
markings
 Known for 4 turrets &
“Open Door” type
 CJSII-0660
Constantinople
 CONS
 With various officinae
marks in various
places
 With various control
marks
 CJSII-0909
Cyzicus
 MK
 SMK
 With various officinae
marks
 With various control
markings
 CJSII-0770
Heraclea
 HT, MHT, SMH
 With various officinae
marks & control markings
 Early series (316) also
 Star became a fixture
after 324 control mark
 Known for 3 Turret
design
 CJSII-0805
London
 PLON
 Very few campgates
struck here
 CJSII-0869
Lyons
 LG
 LVG
 Again very few of this
type of coin was
struck at this mint
 CJSII-0863
Nicomedia
 MN, N, SMN
 With various officinae
marks
 With various control
markings
 Only mint to use the
“dot” in place of last S
in the reverse legend
PROVIDENTIAECAESS
 CJSII-0857
Rome
 R, RB, RF
 With various officinae
marks & control
markings
 2, 3 & 4 turret design
 No door, closed door
& open ones
 Early 300 and 320’s
 CJSII-0871
Sirmium
 SIRM
 Only one issue struck
in this style
 Coin of Constantius II
 RIC 53
 Struck in 324 -325
 Using the Star above
the 2 turrets
 CJSII-0918
Siscia
 SIS, SISC
 With various officinae marks
and control markings
 RIC 214, 216 & 217 are
among the easiest to find
 CJSII-0725
Thessalonica
 SMTS
 TES
 With various officina
markings
 Again one of the
easiest mints in the
series to find
 CJSII-0887
Treveri
 TR
 TRE
 With various officina
marks
 Not the hardest, but
difficult to find coins
of this style from this
mint.
 CJSII-0847
Coins that were struck from One
Mint I don’t own examples of (yet)
 Ticinum – T
 Very few coins struck
in this style at this
mint
 Three groupings from
325 to 327
 Also used a crescent
as a control mark
 Constantine II &
Constantius II
Roman Coinage Prior to the
Diocletian Reform (mid 290’s)
 Different from coins
struck after the
Reform in so much as
the mint city was not
spelled out in detail
on the before issues.
 Legend, style,
placement of marks
are important to
attribute the mint
 CJSII-0681
Coded Coins prior to the
Diocletian Reform
 Probus – code word AEQVITI, AEQVIT or
EQVITI struck in 280, 281 & 282 at two
mints Rome and Ticinum
 Diocletian – code word IOBI (Jupiter)
struck at a single mint Siscia in 289 & 290
 Maximian – code word HPKOYLI
(Hercules) struck at a single mint Siscia in
289 & 290 as a companion to Diocletian’s
Roman Minted coins for RNA Coin Show 2012
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 P – Prima (First)
 The E of EQVITI
 CONCORDMILIT
 Concordia holding two
standards
 RIC vol V part ii 480
 CJSII-0378
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 S – Secunda (Second)
 The Q of EQVITI
 PROVIDENTAVG
 Providentia holding a
globe & sceptre
 RIC vol V part ii 491
 CJSII-0300
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 T – Tertia (Third)
 The V of EQVITI
 SALVSAVG
 Salus feeding serpent
in arms
 RIC vol V part ii 499
 CJSII-0297
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 Q – Quarta (Fourth)
 The (1st) I of EQVITI
 MARTIPACIF
 Mars holding olive-
branch spear and
shield
 RIC vol V part ii 508
 CJSII-0306
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 V – Quinta (Fifth)
 The T of EQVITI
 PAXAVGVSTI
 Pax holding olive-
branch sceptre
 RIC vol V part ii 516
 CJSII-0301
PROBUS – 280CE
 Ticinum
 VI – Sexta (sixth)
 The (2nd) I of EQVITI
 SECVRITPREP
 Securitas leaning on a
column & arm raised
 RIC vol V part ii 526
 CJSII-0341
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RAA
 A – Alpha (First)
 The A of AEQVITI
 VICTORIAGERM
 Trophy between two
captives
 RIC vol V part ii 223
 CJSII-0298
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - REB
 B – Beta (Second)
 The E of AEQVITI
 IOVICONSPROBAVG
 Jupiter holding
thunderbolt & sceptre
 RIC vol V part ii 175
 CJSII-0305
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RQG
 G – Gamma (Third)
 The Q of AEQVITI
 MARTIPACIF
 Mars holding olive-
branch spear and
shield
 RIC vol V part ii 177
 CJSII-0391
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RVD
 D – Delta (Fourth)
 The V of AEQVITI
 ROMAEAETER
 Roma seated in a
temple holding
Victory and sceptre
 RIC vol V part ii 187
 CJSII-0364
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RIE
 E – Epsilon (Fifth)
 The (1st) I of AEQVITI
 FIDESMILITVM
 Fides holding two
ensigns
 RIC vol V part ii 170
 CJSII-0302
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RTV
 V – Stigma (sixth)
 The T of AEQVITI
 PROVIDENTAVG
 Providentia holding a
globe & sceptre
 RIC vol V part ii 181
 CJSII-0360
PROBUS – 282CE
 Rome - RIZ
 Z – Zeta (seventh)
 The (2nd) I of AEQVITI
 AETERNITASAVG
 Sol holding a globe &
raising hand
 RIC vol V part ii 168
 CJSII-0353
Roman Minted coins for RNA Coin Show 2012
The four positions of the Officina
CJSII-0681
CJSII-0416
CJSII-0889
CJSII-0794
Roman Minted coins for RNA Coin Show 2012
Roman Minted coins for RNA Coin Show 2012

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Roman Minted coins for RNA Coin Show 2012

  • 1. Ancients Present Day Back to Yester - Year by: Chip Scoppa
  • 2. Post Diocletian Reform  Most mints have distinctive mint markings  Campgate type coins from the time of Constantine the Great and his sons are among some of these  There are 15 known mints for this type of coin
  • 3. Mints for Campgate coins  Alexandria  Antioch  Arelate  Constantinople  Cyzicus  Heraclea  London  Lyons  Nicomedia  Rome  Sirmium  Siscia  Thessalonica  Ticinum  Treveri
  • 4. Alexandria  SMALA  SMAL  SMAL with a dot  Sometimes with a wreath in left field  Sometimes with the officina mark in right field  CJSII-0723
  • 5. Antioch  ANT  SMAN  SMANT  With various control markings  With various officinae marks  CJSII-0687
  • 6. Arelate  A  AR  ARL  CON  CONST  With various control markings  Known for 4 turrets & “Open Door” type  CJSII-0660
  • 7. Constantinople  CONS  With various officinae marks in various places  With various control marks  CJSII-0909
  • 8. Cyzicus  MK  SMK  With various officinae marks  With various control markings  CJSII-0770
  • 9. Heraclea  HT, MHT, SMH  With various officinae marks & control markings  Early series (316) also  Star became a fixture after 324 control mark  Known for 3 Turret design  CJSII-0805
  • 10. London  PLON  Very few campgates struck here  CJSII-0869
  • 11. Lyons  LG  LVG  Again very few of this type of coin was struck at this mint  CJSII-0863
  • 12. Nicomedia  MN, N, SMN  With various officinae marks  With various control markings  Only mint to use the “dot” in place of last S in the reverse legend PROVIDENTIAECAESS  CJSII-0857
  • 13. Rome  R, RB, RF  With various officinae marks & control markings  2, 3 & 4 turret design  No door, closed door & open ones  Early 300 and 320’s  CJSII-0871
  • 14. Sirmium  SIRM  Only one issue struck in this style  Coin of Constantius II  RIC 53  Struck in 324 -325  Using the Star above the 2 turrets  CJSII-0918
  • 15. Siscia  SIS, SISC  With various officinae marks and control markings  RIC 214, 216 & 217 are among the easiest to find  CJSII-0725
  • 16. Thessalonica  SMTS  TES  With various officina markings  Again one of the easiest mints in the series to find  CJSII-0887
  • 17. Treveri  TR  TRE  With various officina marks  Not the hardest, but difficult to find coins of this style from this mint.  CJSII-0847
  • 18. Coins that were struck from One Mint I don’t own examples of (yet)  Ticinum – T  Very few coins struck in this style at this mint  Three groupings from 325 to 327  Also used a crescent as a control mark  Constantine II & Constantius II
  • 19. Roman Coinage Prior to the Diocletian Reform (mid 290’s)  Different from coins struck after the Reform in so much as the mint city was not spelled out in detail on the before issues.  Legend, style, placement of marks are important to attribute the mint  CJSII-0681
  • 20. Coded Coins prior to the Diocletian Reform  Probus – code word AEQVITI, AEQVIT or EQVITI struck in 280, 281 & 282 at two mints Rome and Ticinum  Diocletian – code word IOBI (Jupiter) struck at a single mint Siscia in 289 & 290  Maximian – code word HPKOYLI (Hercules) struck at a single mint Siscia in 289 & 290 as a companion to Diocletian’s
  • 22. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  P – Prima (First)  The E of EQVITI  CONCORDMILIT  Concordia holding two standards  RIC vol V part ii 480  CJSII-0378
  • 23. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  S – Secunda (Second)  The Q of EQVITI  PROVIDENTAVG  Providentia holding a globe & sceptre  RIC vol V part ii 491  CJSII-0300
  • 24. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  T – Tertia (Third)  The V of EQVITI  SALVSAVG  Salus feeding serpent in arms  RIC vol V part ii 499  CJSII-0297
  • 25. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  Q – Quarta (Fourth)  The (1st) I of EQVITI  MARTIPACIF  Mars holding olive- branch spear and shield  RIC vol V part ii 508  CJSII-0306
  • 26. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  V – Quinta (Fifth)  The T of EQVITI  PAXAVGVSTI  Pax holding olive- branch sceptre  RIC vol V part ii 516  CJSII-0301
  • 27. PROBUS – 280CE  Ticinum  VI – Sexta (sixth)  The (2nd) I of EQVITI  SECVRITPREP  Securitas leaning on a column & arm raised  RIC vol V part ii 526  CJSII-0341
  • 28. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RAA  A – Alpha (First)  The A of AEQVITI  VICTORIAGERM  Trophy between two captives  RIC vol V part ii 223  CJSII-0298
  • 29. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - REB  B – Beta (Second)  The E of AEQVITI  IOVICONSPROBAVG  Jupiter holding thunderbolt & sceptre  RIC vol V part ii 175  CJSII-0305
  • 30. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RQG  G – Gamma (Third)  The Q of AEQVITI  MARTIPACIF  Mars holding olive- branch spear and shield  RIC vol V part ii 177  CJSII-0391
  • 31. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RVD  D – Delta (Fourth)  The V of AEQVITI  ROMAEAETER  Roma seated in a temple holding Victory and sceptre  RIC vol V part ii 187  CJSII-0364
  • 32. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RIE  E – Epsilon (Fifth)  The (1st) I of AEQVITI  FIDESMILITVM  Fides holding two ensigns  RIC vol V part ii 170  CJSII-0302
  • 33. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RTV  V – Stigma (sixth)  The T of AEQVITI  PROVIDENTAVG  Providentia holding a globe & sceptre  RIC vol V part ii 181  CJSII-0360
  • 34. PROBUS – 282CE  Rome - RIZ  Z – Zeta (seventh)  The (2nd) I of AEQVITI  AETERNITASAVG  Sol holding a globe & raising hand  RIC vol V part ii 168  CJSII-0353
  • 36. The four positions of the Officina CJSII-0681 CJSII-0416 CJSII-0889 CJSII-0794