CONSTANTINE THE GREAT BRONZE NUMMUS – CONSTANTINE’S APOTHEOSIS REACHING TOWARDS HAND OF GOD – CHOICE XF NGC GRADED ROMAN IMPERIAL COIN (Inv. 13013)
ROMAN EMPIRE. CONSTANTINE I, AD 307-337.
Bronze nummus AE4, posthumous issue of Antioch, struck AD 337-340.
Obv. Veiled head of Constantine right.
Rev. Constantine in quadriga rising right, reaching towards star and hand of God; SMANS].
RIC VIII 37.
NGC graded CHOICE XF, a pleasing specimen depicting the traditional Roman theme of the imperial apotheosis, now revamped for Constantine’s new Christian identity, as he is rising in his chariot reaching for the hand of God.