'Follis' of the emperor Valentinian I
From an archaeological excavation at Lankhills, Winchester, Hampshire
Some Christian coin types are known, since most of the emperors after Constantine I were Christians. These display the chi-rho (the first two letters of Christ in Greek). This example is of a type produced between AD364-378 that portrays the emperor holding a standard marked with a chi-rho and dragging a captive behind him. The legend reads GLORIA ROMANORUM - 'the Glory of Rome' . The coin bears the mint mark SMAQP showing it to have been struck at Aquileia in modern Veneto, Italy.