VALENTINIAN II COINS

Flavius Valentinianus, younger son of Valentinian Ist was proclaimed Augustus by the army after his father's death. His elder brother Gratian, who had been proclaimed Augustus during the lifetime of their father, assented to the choice of the army, and a division of the West was made between the two brothers. Valentinian had italy, Illyricum and Africa. In 387 Valentinian was expelled from Italy by Maximus, and fled for refuge to Theodosius who defeated Maximus in 388 and restored Valentinian to his authority as Emperor of the West. Valentinian was murdered by the general Argobastes, who raised Eugenius to the throne.

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Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 390 ) - Milan

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 390 ) - Milan

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 378 to 383 ) - Aquileia

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 379 ) - Thessalonica

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 379 to 383 ) - Thessalonica

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 378 to 383 ) - Antioch

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 382 to 383 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 383 to 387 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii - Trier

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Trier

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Lyons

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Milan

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 380 to 382 ) - Milan

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 389 to 390 ) - Lyons

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 378 to 383 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 388 to 392 ) - Constantinople

Gold Solidus - Valentinian Ii ( 379 ) - Aquileia

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