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Misspriss83

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cudamark

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The first 3 look to be Roman. Maybe the last 2 also, but, they don't look familiar to me.
 

Mackaydon

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Another coin is similar (but not exactly) this one:
Ancient Rome Constantius II Fel Temp Reparatio Follis 351AD to 355AD

Ancient Rome Constantius II Fel Temp Reparatio Follis 351AD to 355AD​

This Roman follis from Constantius II, second son of Constantine I and Fausta, and brother of Constantine II and Constans, show the gruesome scene of soldier spearing a fallen horseman. They were popular coins and many are available today for collectors. The inscription 'Fel Temp Reparatio' is short for 'Fel[icis] Temp[oris] Reparatio' and it means 'Renewal of Happy Times,' a less gruesome thought.
 

Mackaydon

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Mackaydon

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I believe the 'VOT" coin's legend reads: DN VALENTINIANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VOT XX MVLT XXX within wreath. (Valentinian II the monarch)
And the coin would look similar to this; especially in the legend:
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Don in SoCal.
 

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Misspriss83

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Very interesting thank you all for the information regarding them cause i have no idea nor how to even search for information for not knowing what could be so i greatly appreciate all the help
 

Mackaydon

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The last unidentified coin may be this one:
Don in SoCal.
 

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