Theodosius II was known as Theodosius the Younger or the Calligrapher. The legend on the reverse reads GLORIA ROMANORUM, “Glory of the Romans“, which was first used as a title of personal honour under Constantine the Great. His reign was marked by the construction of the Theodosian Walls of Constantinople, where this coin was minted, as shown by CON in the exergue.
- Constantius II, Solidus
- Stater of the Trinovantes & Catuvellauni