Roman Bronze Coin & Arrow Head Circa 350’s AD (XGCA8)


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A great example of a Roman coin and arrow head from mid imperial Rome.

The coin is made of bronze and depicts the head of the Roman Emperor Constantius on the one side and a Roman legionary striking down a barbarian on the obverse side. These images, as well as the Latin inscriptions are still quite visible.

The arrow head has stayed nicely intact. Both the grooves and tip hole for the arrow shaft to fit are still clear.

A fine little addition for any artefact enthusiasts collection.

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Weight 0.2 kg

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