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Maker(s):Constantine I (minted under)
Culture:Roman; Imperial
Title:Follis of Fausta
Date Made:325-337 CE
Materials:Bronze (AE)
Place Made:Europe; Greece; Heraclea
Measurements:17mm; 2.347g
Narrative Inscription:  INSCRIPTION: obv., circumscribed outer edge (stamped): FLAV MAX FAVSTA AVG; rev., circumscribed outer edge (stamped): SPES REI PUBLICAE
Accession Number:  MH 2004.13.339
Credit Line:Gift of the Estate of Nathan Whitman
Museum Collection:  Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Obverse: Fausta right; FLAV MAX FAVSTA AVG
Reverse: Fausta standing dressed as Spes, holding 2 infants; SPES REI PUBLICAE

ancient; archaeology; numismatics

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