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Roman Coinage

Roman Coins by Ruler

This section is arranged by ruler, then by type. The denarius, sestertius, dupondius and as, fell into disuse gradually and by the mid 3rd century the Antoninianus was practically the only coin being produced. The denarius had dropped to less than 50% silver by the time of it's demise about 250 AD, and it's succesor, the antoninianus, though starting off with about 50% silver, soon became a worthless bronze coin before 270. Reforms were made to the coinage by Aurelian and Diocletian and the Follis became the standard coin, usually silver washed, though this became smaller and more worthless under the reign of Constantine. Silver was reintroduced in quantity in about 355 and that lasted until the year 400. To date, no attributable coins have yet been recovered by us later than early in the reign of Gratian ( 367-383).

Ruler Ruler
Augustus Aurelian
Tiberius Severina
Drusus Tetricus
Claudius Tacitus
Nero Florian
Vespasian Probus
Titus Carus
Domitian Nigrinian
Trajan Numerian
Hadrian Carinus
Sabina Diocletian
Antoninus Pius Maximian
Faustina I Constantius I
Marcus Aurelius Theodora
Faustina II Galerius
Commodus Galeria Valeria
Clodius Albinus Maximinus II
Septimius Severus Maxentius
Julia Domna Severus II
Caracalla Constantine I
Geta Helen
Elagabalus Fausta
Severus Alexander Licinius
Orbiana Licinius II
Julia Mamaea Crispus
Maximinus Constantine II
Gordian III Constans
Philippus Constantius II
Trajan Decius Delmatius
Trebonius Gallus Vetranio
Valerian Constantius Gallus
Valerian II Julian II
Gallienus Jovian
Salonina Valentinian
Claudius II Valens
Quintillus Gratian
   
   
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