This coin is an authentic Roman bronze coin, minted in the fourth century A.D.
Roman coins circulated throughout the Roman Empire, which stretched from Britain to the border of Persia. Coins were made by hand by inserting a metal blank between two dies and striking the upper die with a heavy hammer. The coins are not perfectly round.
This coin is a genuine ancient Roman bronze coin minted in the third or fourth century A.D. It is a genuine antiquity. Historians know only very little about the coinage of this period due to the chaos of the era. It is known that bronze coins eventually replaced silver coins as the most commonly used money after a long, gradual reduction of the silver content of the coins.The size, weight and the names of coins also changed over time. Many emperors instituted monetary reforms in an effort to stem the confusion, but typically contributed to the problems.There were at least 15 different denominations minted since the early days of the Roman Republic.