Constantine the Great

Map of the Roman Mints   A.D. 294-364

    Imperial mints that Constantine issued coins from: London, Trier, Lugdunum (Lyons), Arelate (Arles), Ticinum, Aquileia, Rome, Ostia, Carthage, Siscia, Sirmium, Serdica, Thessalonica, Heraclea, Constantinople, Nicomedia, Cyzicus, Antioch and Alexandria.

Map of Roman mints that Constantine the Great issued coins from. (except Amiens, it only issued coins from 350 - 353 A.D.)    map from Roman Bronze Coins-From Paganism to Christianity 294-364 A.D. by Victor Failmezger
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Diocese or Fiscal Unit
 
Mint
Comment
         
 
Britanniae
 
London
circa 286
 
Galliae
 
Trier  Lyons
circa 293
 
Viennensis
 
Arles
circa 313 (ex Carthage)
Partes occidentis
Hispaniae
 
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Africa
 
Carthage
circa 296 (to 307)
 
Italia
Italia
Aquileia  Ticinum
circa 294
 
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Suburbicaria
Rome
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Pannoniae
 
Siscia
------
         
         
 
Moesiae
 
Thessalonica
298/99
 
Thracia
 
Heraclea
circa 292/93
Partes orientis
Asiana
 
Cyzicus
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Pontica
 
Nicomedia
circa 294/95
 
Oriens
Oriens
Antioch
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Aegyptus
Alexandria
circa 294

 

Three Identifiable Influences upon the Production of Copper Coins

1) the pattern of the fiscal administration
2) immediancy and extent of military establishment
3) political considerations








This information along with the chart came from the article written by M. Hendy, “Mint and Fiscal Administration under Diocletian, His Colleagues and His Successors: A.D. 305- 324,” Journal of Roman Studies 62 (1972) : 75- 82.  Chart

last modified on 20 July 2007

Constantine the Great