Constantine the Great Coin Pendant (Silver)

(1 customer review)




Solid Sterling Silver

Dimensions: 11/16″ wide by 1 1/8″ high including Finding

Saint Constantine was the 57th Emperor of the Roman Empire ruling from 306 to 337 AD and the founder of the Byzantine Empire. Under Constantine’s rule he enacted many reforms to strengthen the empire. He played an influential role in the Edict of Milan (313 AD) which decriminalized Christianity, he called the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD by which Christians professed the Nicene creed, he renamed the city Constantinople after himself, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of Jesus’ tomb was built under his orders and became one of the holiest places for Christianity. His feast day is celebrated on September 3rd.

Roman Empire. Constantine I (The Great). A.D. 307-337. AE 3. 2.746 grams. Antioch A.D. 326-7. Obv. CONSTAN-TINVS AVG. Head, laureate r. Rv. PROVIDEN-TIAE AVGG. Camp gate, two turrets, no doors; above, star; in exergue, SMANTA. RIC 690, 71. Extremely Fine and RARE. Antioch RIC VII 71.1

1 review for Constantine the Great Coin Pendant (Silver)

  1. Cliff Long (verified owner)

    This is an exquisitely crafted and finely detailed historical coin pendant. Even looked at it under a 30X jewelers loop and the finished work is flawless. Shipment and delivery (USPS) was also extremely fast. Ordered the pendant on Monday and it arrived on Thursday. This was my first order with Gallery Byzantium and I am truly impressed with the quality of their work. Highest recommendation. Will certainly be back to order from them again.

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