Hannibalianus 335 – 337 A.D.

One of Constantine's relatives, Hannibalianus was given domain of the Roman province of Pontica and given the unusual title of King. He ruled for two years until shortly after his father's death at which time a family conspiracy headed by Constantine II and Constantius II eliminated him as well as several other family members. AE3 RIC 147 (Constantinople), LRBC 1034 AE3 Obv: FLHANNIBALIANOREGI - Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: SECVRITASPVBLICA Exe: CONS - Euphrates lying left, holding scepter. 335-337 (Constantinopolis).

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