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as Caesar under Constantine the Great
AD 335 - 337

AE AE 3 - Half Centenionalis
Thessalonica mint: AD 335-336

Coins Catalog ID: 3006

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Sales Description
Obverse: FL DALMATIVS NOB C - Laureate bust right, cuirassed
Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS - Two soldiers standing holding spears with one standard between them.
Mint marks: 
exergue - SMTS[Delta]
RIC, vol. VII, p. 526, 202

Delmatius - Flavius Julius Delmatius (ca. AD 313 - 337): Grandson of Constantius I Chlorus and Theodora; Brother of Hanniballianus; Brother-in-law and half-cousin of Constantina (wife of Hanniballianus and Constantius Gallus); Nephew of Licinius I and Constantia; Cousin of Constantius Gallus, Julian II, Licinius II and Nepotian; Half-nephew of Constantin the Great; Half-cousin of Crispus, Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans, and Helena the Younger (wife of Julian II),

Mints: Antioch, Aquileia, Arelate, Constantinopolis, Cyzicus, Heraclea, Lugdunum, Nicomedia, Rome, Siscia, Thessalonica, Treveri.

Biography: Delmatius was a nephew of Constantine's and got promoted to the position of a Caesar in 335. He was murdered, along with several other family members, during the massacre of relations after Constantine's death in 337.

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