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Roman Coinage

Gratian 367 - 383

Son of Valentinian, he vigourously attacked paganism. He was successful against barbarian attacks but was killed by his own troops before a battle against rebel Magnus Maximus. He reintroduced silver into the standard currency.

Gratian AE3 0638
Gratian siliqua 0759
   
   

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