This 2000 year old bronze coin is set in sterling silver and finished with 20 inches of pewter chain, allowing this artifact to be admired. The necklace comes with a certification card for the coin giving a description of the Empire it is from.
Flavius Julius Crispus, son of Constantine the Great. In 317 A.D. Crispus was proclaimed Caesar, he was leader in victorious military operations against the Franks and the Alamanni in 318, 320 and 323. Thus he secured the continued Roman presence in the areas of Gaul and Germania. Crispus joined his father in visiting Rome during 322, and received the warmest and most enthusiastic welcome by the crowds. The soldiers adored him thanks to his strategic abilities and the victories to which he had led the Roman legions.
- Chain length: 20”
- Chain material: pewter
- Pendant size: 1″ round
- Pendant setting material: sterling silver