A nummus of the type that weighed 1/132 of a pound. It is a single coin from the Seaton Down Hoard. It was made between AD 335 and AD 337 in Siscia, now Sisak in modern Croatia, and issued by Delmatius.
The inscription ‘GLORIA EXERCITVS’ means ‘the glory of the army’ and was seen as a celebration of the bravery and fortitude of the soldiers and their military successes. The image depicts two soldiers and one standard and was a common image on coinage.
This object is not on display.