Constans Roman Bronze Coin AD 321-350 (NGC Encapsulated)

  • Lot number 3418828
  • Total bids 12
  • Winning bid $21.25
  • Buyer's premium $3.61
  • Total $24.86

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Constans was a son of Constantine I, he defeated and killed his brother Constantine II, in a dispute over territory, making Constans sole master of the west. In 350 CE, a general called Magnentius rebelled against him, forcing Constans to flee. He was caught and killed at a place called Helena in the Pyrenees. An alleged prophecy at his birth.

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