The geographical division of the Empire into East and West, the institution of Diocletion's Tetrarchy, the creation of seccessionist Britain by the Usurper Augustus, Carausius and the subsequent invasion and restoration of Britain to the Empire by Constantius. Go to the Historical Background page.
Characteristics of the Coinage
Coin composition, mints, weight ranges, obverse and reverse depictions and inscriptions, markings, etc. Go to the Characteristics of the Coinage page.
British Invasion Coinage of Constantius
The production of "invasion folles" in Gaul using Lugdunese workers. Go to the British Invasion Coinage of Constantius page.
Post-Invasion Coinage Produced in Britain
The re-opening of the London Mint by Constantius, the Intermediate Group coinage proposed by Bastien and the early production of coins in Britain. Go to the Post-Invasion Coinage Produced in Britain page.
Coin Exemplar Photo Gallery
Includes inscriptions, attribution information, notes and general commentary Go to the Coin Exemplar Photo Gallery page.
Roman Imperial Coin Lettering
Roman Capitalis Monumentalis lettering and its modification and adaptation by the coin engravers of the Roman Empire. Lettering exemplars are included. Go to the Roman Coin Lettering page.
LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World
This division of Bill Thayer's Web site is a monumental online reference resource for students of Ancient Rome. It includes a section devoted to Roman Britain -- of particular interest here is Bill Thayer's online copy of John Ward's informative and detailed Book (now in the Public Domain) The Roman Era in Britain and especially the Coins and Roman Britain page - no illustrations, but much useful information.
De Imperatoribus Romanis offers this facility which includes extensive biographies and bibliographical links. The Stemmata of the Emperors of the Tetrarchy.
London Mint data compilation
London Mint: AD 296-325 - Ken Elks' comprehensive resource that includes a link to his Obverse & Reverse types and Legends page.