Fausta

c.290 - 326

Second wife of Constantine I and daughter of Maximian. Fausta was blamed for presenting false accusations of intended rape against her by Crispus, her stepson. Constantine then had his son murdered as a result. When the plot was revealed Constantine avenged Crispus's innocence by having her boiled to death.

AE Follis

RIC 50 (Cyzicus), LRBC 1186 AE Follis Obv: FLAVMAXFAVSTAAVG, draped bust right
Rev: SPESREIPVBLICAE Exe: •SMK(officina)•, Fausta standing facing, holding two children. Lot sold for $200 1/16/02.


AE3

RIC 12 (Constantinopolis) AE3 Obv: FLAVMAXFAVSTAAVG; Fausta facing right.
Rev: SALVSREIPVBLICAE Exe: A/CONS; Fausta standing left, holding two children to her chest.


RIC 29 (Cyzicus) AE3 Obv: FLAVMAXFAVSTAAVG - Wavy hairdo bust right with pearl necklace, draped.
Rev: SPESREIPVBLICAE Exe: SMK(officina) - Spes standing left with two children in her arms.


RIC 80 (Heraclea) AE3 Obv: FLAVMAXFAVSTAAVG - Wavy hairdo bust right with pearl necklace, draped.
Rev: SPESREIPVBLICAE Exe: SMH(officina) - Spes standing left with two children in her arms.