Arcadius was given the title of Augustus when only six years of age. After his father Theodosius died in 395 he and his brother Honorius remained the only emperors, Arcadius being the emperor in the eastern half. It seems he spent his whole life ineffectually trying to rid himself of one regent after another who wielded the true power. Even his wife Eudoxia has more on record for being politically active and influential than he and, as a result, little of what he personally desired came through amid all the background noise. He died in his early 30's of unknown causes.
RIC 7 (X) Solidus Obv: DNARCADIVSPFAVG; diademed, helmeted, cuirassed facing forward holding scepter and shield.
Rev: CONCORDIAAVGG(officina) Exe: CONOB; Constantinopolis seated facing left holding scepter and Victory on globe with right foot on prow.
RIC 32b (Mediolanum) Siliqua Obv: DNARCADIVSPFAVG;
Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: VIRTVSROMANARVM; Roma seated left, holding victory and spear.
RIC 22 (Heraclea, IX) AE2 Obv: DNARCADIVSPFAVG - Pearl diademed bust right, draped and cuirassed; above, hand (of God) holds pearl diadem.
Rev: GLORIAROMANORVM - Emperor standing front, head left, holding labarum and leaning on shield right; at feet, left, a bound and seated captive.
RIC 38c (Siscia, IX) AE3 Obv: DNARCADIVSPFAVG - Pearl diademed bust right, draped and cuirassed.
Rev: GLORIAROMANORVM - Emperor standing right with head turned back while grabbing barbarian by locks of hair and holding labarum in the left hand.
RIC 18b (IX, Heraclea) AE4 Obv: DNARCADIVSPFAVG; Diademed bust right.
Rev: VOT/V in wreath.