Here are coins inscribed with the names of Valentinian II - a Roman emperor who was driven out of Italy by Magnus Maximus - and Theodosius the Great - the Roman emperor who defeated the army of Maximus's cavalry commander Andragathius at Siscia, which seems to be the historical battle behind the climactic battle of Siesia in the Arthurian tales.
Roman Empire (Civil Wars) AV Aureus ND Emperor Galba 69AD
Licinia Eudoxia, daughter of Theodosius II and wife of Valentinian III. Solidus, Ravenna after 6th August 439, AV 4.43 g. LICINIA EVD – OXIA P F AVG Draped bust facing, wearing pearl necklace and a radiate crown. Rev. SALVS RE – I PVBLICAE Empress, nimbate, enthroned facing, holding cross on globe in r. hand and long cruciform sceptre in l.; in field, R – V. In exergue, COMOB. C 1. RIC 2023. Biaggi 2356 (this coin). LRC 870. Lacam vol. I, pl. V (this coin). Depeyrot 16/2.
The Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities announced an interesting discovery. Gold coins forged by Roman Emperor Valens were unearthed at the astonishment of archaeologists; these findings represent the first of this kind in the Land of the Pyramids.
Magnus Maximus (383-388). Solidus, 4.42 g, Treveri. D N MAG MA – XIMVS P F AVG. Rosette-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right. / VICTOR – IA AVGG. Two emperors seated facing, together holding a globe with their hands; between them in background, bust of Victory facing with outspread wings; between them at bottom, a palm. In exergue, TROB. RIC 77b; Cohen 9.
COMMODO #Lucio #Ceionio #Commodo #Vero, #Lucius #Ceionius #Commodus #Verus; Roma, 15 dicembre 130 – presso Altino, gennaio 169) più noto semplicemente come Lucio Vero, fu un imperatore romano, e governò insieme al fratello d'adozione Marco Aurelio, dal 161 sino alla morte. Predecessore Antonino Pio. Successore Marco Aurelio (da solo).