RIC X

Arcadius to the end of the Western Empire

(395-476 AD)

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Catalogue:

Eastern Empire

Arcadius (RIC X 1-159)   

Theodosius II (RIC X 201-465)    

Marcian (RIC X 501-570)   

Leo I (RIC X 601-724)   

Leo II and Zeno (RIC X 801-808)   

Zeno (1st reign) (RIC X 901-904)   

Basiliscus (RIC X 1001-1034)   

Zeno (2nd reign) (RIC X 905-976)   

Leontius (RIC X 1101-1103)

Western Empire

Honorius (RIC X 1201-1376)    

Priscus Attalus (RIC X 1401-1417)   

Constantine III (RIC X 1501-1546)  

Maximus of Barcelona (RIC X 1601-1604)   

Jovinus and Sebastianus (RIC X 1701-1722)

Theodosius II (RIC X 1801-1811)   

Johannes (RIC X 1901-1923)   

Valentinian III (RIC X 2001-2187)  

Petronius Maximus (RIC X 2201-2203)   

Marcian (RIC X 2301-2305)   

Avitus (RIC X 2401-2413)   

Leo I (RIC X 2501-2536)   

Majorian (RIC X 2601-2653)   

Libius Severus (RIC X 2701-2729)     

Western Empire (con't)

Anthemius (RIC X 2801-2907)   

Olybrius (RIC X 3001-3004)   

Glycerius (RIC X 3101-3114)   

Julius Nepos (RIC X 3201-3254)   

Basiliscus (RIC X 3301-3316)   

Romulus Augustus (RIC X 3401-3422)   

Odovacar (RIC X 3501-3502)   

Zeno (RIC X 3601-3667) 

 

Non-Imperial issues

Visigoths (RIC X 3701-3775)   

Burgundians (RIC X 3776-3785)   

Spanish (Suevi?) (RIC X 3786-3788)   

African (RIC X 3801-3819) 

RIC # Picture Description Mintmarks and (Rarity)
AV solidus - RIC X, 1704 (Trier) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AV Solidus, Treveri 411-413, AV 4.41 g. DN IOVIN – VS P F AVG Pearl and rosette diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. / RESTITV – TOR REIP Emperor standing r., holding standard and Victory on globe, spurning captive with his l. foot; in field, T – R. In exergue, COMOB. RIC 1704. C 1. LRC –. Depeyrot 59/1. (Image courtesy Numismatica Ars Classica)  
AV solidus - RIC X, 1708 (Arles) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AV Solidus (4.43 gm). Arelate (Arles) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / RESTITV-TOR REIP, Jovinus standing right, resting left foot on captive, holding labarum and Victory on globe; A-R/COMOB. RIC X 1708; Depeyrot 23/2 var.; DOCLR -. (Image courtesy Numismatica Ars Classica)  
Unlisted

AV solidus - RIC X, 1708 var (Arles)

JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AV Solidus (4.43 gm). Arelate (Arles) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / RESTITV-TOR REIP, Jovinus standing right, resting left foot on captive, holding labarum and Victory on globe; A-R/KOMOB. RIC X 1708 var. (COMOB mintmark); Depeyrot 23/2 var. (same); DOCLR -.(Image courtesy CNG) Unique?
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1711 (Trier) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AR Siliqua (1.22 gm). Trier mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / VICTO-RIA AVGG, Roma seated left on stylized cuirass, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear; TRMS. RIC X 1711; C.E. King, "Fifth Century Silver Coinage in the Western Roman Empire (401-413)," Mélanges de Numismatique offerts à Pierre Bastien, pg. 288-289, cuirass style 15; RSC 4a. (Image courtesy CNG) R
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1712 (Trier) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AR Siliqua (1.30 gm). Trier (Treveri) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / VICTO-RIA AVGG, Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear; TRMS. RIC X 1712; RSC 4†a. (Image courtesy CNG) R4
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1714 (Trier) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AR Siliqua (1.40 gm, 1h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / VICTOR-IA AVGG, Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and spear; SMLD. RIC X 1714; Lyon 256h (this coin); RSC 4b.  (Image courtesy CNG) R3
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1717 (Lyon) Jovinus. Usurper, AD 411-413. AR Siliqua (15mm, 1.80 g, 1h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, Diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / VICTOR-IA AVGGG, Victory seated left on curule chair, holding reversed spear and victoriola, SMLDV in ex. RIC X 1717; King 11; Lyon 258; RSC 4†d.  (Image courtesy CNG) R3
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1719 (Arles) Sebastianus. Usurper, AD 412-413. Siliqua, Arelate 412-413, AR 1.32 g. [D N SEBASTIA] – NVS P F AVG Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. / VICTORI – A AVGG Roma seated l. on curule chair, holding Victory on globe and reverted spear; in exergue KONT. RIC 1719. C 4. King, Mélanges Bastien, pl. 22, 11. (Image courtesy Numismatica Ars Classica)  
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1720 (Trier) Jovinus. Usurper, AD 411-413. AR Siliqua (16mm, 1.30 g). Arelate (Arles) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG, Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / RESTITV-TOR REIP, Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and reverse spear; KONT. RIC X 1720; C.2; RSC 2†b.  (Image courtesy CNG) R4
AR siliqua - RIC X, 1721 (Trier) JOVINUS. 411-413 AD. AR Siliqua (15mm, 1.90 gm). Arelate (Arles) mint. D N IOVIN-VS P F AVG,  Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right /  RESTITV-TOR REIP, Roma seated left on curule chair, holding Victory on globe and reverted spear; KONT. RIC X 1721; C.2; RSC 109†c. (Image courtesy CNG) R
Unpublished

AR siliqua - RIC X, - (Arles)

Sebastianus. Usurper, AD 412-413. Siliqua, Arles 412-413, AR 1.56 g. DN SEBSTIA – NVS P F AVG Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. / RESTITV – TOR ROM Roma seated l., holding Victory on globe and reversed spear; in exergue, KON. RIC –. C –. LRC –. Mazzini prima di 1 (this coin). Jameson 89 (this coin). King, Melanges P. Bastien, pp. 290-291 (this coin cited). (Image courtesy Numismatica Ars Classica) ****This coin might be a modern fake. No undisputedly authentic coins of this type are known**** Unique
Unpublished

AR siliqua - RIC X, - (Arles)

Sebastianus. Usurper, AD 412-413. AR Siliqua (1.37 g, 12h). Arelate (Arles) mint. [D N SE]BASTIA-NVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / RES[TITV]-TOR REIP, Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe in extended right hand, spear in left, KONT in exergut. Unpublished.  (Image courtesy CNG) Unique
       

Eastern Empire

Arcadius (RIC X 1-159)   

Theodosius II (RIC X 201-465)    

Marcian (RIC X 501-570)   

Leo I (RIC X 601-724)   

Leo II and Zeno (RIC X 801-808)   

Zeno (1st reign) (RIC X 901-904)   

Basiliscus (RIC X 1001-1034)   

Zeno (2nd reign) (RIC X 905-976)   

Leontius (RIC X 1101-1103)

Western Empire

Honorius (RIC X 1201-1376)    

Priscus Attalus (RIC X 1401-1417)   

Constantine III (RIC X 1501-1546)  

Maximus of Barcelona (RIC X 1601-1604)   

Jovinus and Sebastianus (RIC X 1701-1722)

Theodosius II (RIC X 1801-1811)   

Johannes (RIC X 1901-1923)   

Valentinian III (RIC X 2001-2187)  

Petronius Maximus (RIC X 2201-2203)   

Marcian (RIC X 2301-2305)   

Avitus (RIC X 2401-2413)   

Leo I (RIC X 2501-2536)   

Majorian (RIC X 2601-2653)   

Libius Severus (RIC X 2701-2729)     

Western Empire (con't)

Anthemius (RIC X 2801-2907)   

Olybrius (RIC X 3001-3004)   

Glycerius (RIC X 3101-3114)   

Julius Nepos (RIC X 3201-3254)   

Basiliscus (RIC X 3301-3316)   

Romulus Augustus (RIC X 3401-3422)   

Odovacar (RIC X 3501-3502)   

Zeno (RIC X 3601-3667) 

 

Non-Imperial issues

Visigoths (RIC X 3701-3775)   

Burgundians (RIC X 3776-3785)   

Spanish (Suevi?) (RIC X 3786-3788)   

African (RIC X 3801-3819)