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    Vetranio (AD 350). BI centenionalis (24mm, 6h). NGC AU. Siscia, 1st officina, 15 January-25 December AD 350. D N VETRA-NIO P F AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Vetranio right, seen from front; A in left field, star in right field / HOC SIG-NO VICTOR ERIS, emperor in military dress standing facing (on left), head left, labarum with Christogram on banner in right hand, transverse spear in left, being crowned with wreath in right hand by Victory standing facing (on right), head left, palm in left hand over shoulder; A in left field, •ASIS• in exergue. RIC VIII 287.

    The legend, Hoc Signo Victor Eris, translating to 'In This Sign Conquer', refers to Constantine's supposed vision of a giant chi-rho symbol in the sky prior to the Battle of Milvian Bridge against Maxentius in AD 312.


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