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Ancient Roman Coin - Gratian 367-383 A.D.
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Ancient Roman Coin
Gratian
367-383 A.D.
Mintmark appears to be: SIS (Siscia) (modern day Sisak, Croatia)

Coins are from my personal collection. Description is from the insert that came with the coin when I originally purchased them. I am not an ancient coin expert, so I do not know how accurate their descriptions are. Please look at the photos and judge for yourself.

When he was 7, Gratian was made co-emperor with his father, Valentinian I. He became Augustus of the west when Valentinian died the next year. Gratian fought the Alemanni during the years 377-378. In 383, Magnus Maximus, proclaimed Augustus by his soldiers in Britain, crossed into France. His army met Gratian's near Paris, where Gratian's cavalry suddenly defected. Gratian was captured and killed.
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