BRITANNIC COINAGE AND THE TETRARCHY

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Last updated: 20 January 2018

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Concise Historical Survey

Page coin photoThe geographical division of the Empire into East and West, the institution of Diocletian's Tetrarchy, Seccessionist Britain under the Usurper Augusti, Carausius and Allectus, and the subsequent Invasion and Restoration of Britain to the Empire by Constantius. The re-opening of the London Mint and its coinage issues. Significant events during the Tetrarchy and its eventual dissolution
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Coinage of the Usurpers - Carausius & Allectus

Page coin phto The coinage produced at the London (Londinium) and "C" (Colchester/ Clausentum/ Camulodunum) mints established by Carausius and continued by Allectus.
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British Invasion Coinage of Constantius

Page coin photo The coinage produced in Gaul at the uncertain Continental Mint manned by Lugdunese workers.
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Post Invasion coinage produced in Britain

Page coin photo Notes and production information relating to the Terarchic coinage produced at the London Mint by Constantius and Constantine until AD 313 (RIC Volume VI, Londinium).
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INFORMATION & RESOURCES

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Comprehensive coin searching

Wildwinds - Dane Kurth's (Helvetica) outstanding search facility.

Coins not cataloged in RIC

Coins not in RIC - Lech Stepniewski's invaluable reference and research facility

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REFERENCES

Historical Reference Books

Coinage Reference Books

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