Theodosius II, AD 402-450 EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE AV Tremissis NGC MS 60 Star
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Theodosius was born in 401 as the only son of Emperor Arcadius and his Frankish-born wife Aelia Eudoxia. Already in January AD 402 he was proclaimed co-Augustus by his father, thus becoming the youngest person ever to bear this title in Roman history. In 408, his father died and the seven-year-old boy became Emperor of the Eastern half of the Roman Empire. Outstanding eye appeal, absolutely superb. Check out all the great US Coins, Currency, Ancients, World and Exonumia at Sarasota Numismatics. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about this or any of our other extensive offerings.
|Denomination Type||Ancient Roman|
|Numeric Denomination||AV Tremissis|
|Grade Add On||STAR|