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Ambianum (Amiens, France)
The mint was opened at Amiens during the revolt of Magnentius (350 - 353) and struck for Magnentius and Decentius. It remained open briefly after Magnentius was defeated, striking for Constantius II and Constantius Gallus. Dates of operation: 350 - 353 A.D. Mintmarks: AMB, AMBI.
, 18 January 350 - 10 August 353 A.D.
On 28 September 351, at the Battle of Mursa Major, defeated the usurper . The battle was one of the bloodiest in Roman military history. During the fighting Marcellinus, a general of was killed, but himself survived.RL77938.
, , July or August 350 - 18 August 353 A.D.
A key coin for collecting a set of all . The mint at Amiens was established by in the middle of 350 A.D. Only one was established. The mint was closed in 354 A.D. and never opened again.SH34556.
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