Constantine the Great Commemorative Coin 337-340 AD (123)
"Manus Dei" - the "Hand of God"
Small ancient bronze coin with a distinctive desert patina. The Emperor Constantine driving a quadriga (4 horse chariot). The hand of God reaches down toward the Emperor Constantine welcoming him to heaven. On the obverse, is the veiled profile of Constantine.
Dated: 347-348 AD
This coin is set in an 18kt recycled gold mount.
With Certificate of Authenticity.
Chain is available separately. See Chains
In a historical decision in 312 AD, Constantine decides that his army shall wear a Christian symbol on their shields. He wins the battle of the Milvian Bridge and attributes his success to his alliance with the Christian god. Constantine died in 337 AD.