A nummus of the type that weighed 1/132 of a pound. It is a single coin from the Seaton Down Hoard made around AD 330-335 in Arles, modern France, and issued by Constantius II.
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 their standards and was a common image on coinage.
This object is on display at RAMM in the Making History gallery.