Arheolog dr., Direcția Județeană pentru Cultură Dolj,
The sample presented here was made on the basis of single finds of late Roman coins from Sucidava (Corabia-Celei Olt county). It contains finds from archaelogical excavations, carried in the late Roman fortification, and in the northern necropolis, but also stray finds from modern collections. On the basis of this sample was calculated the distribution of coins by mints for the period between 313–395 AD. This time span was divided into several subperiods, corresponding to the main late Roman monetary reforms and issues. The mints of Thessalonica (23,55%) and Siscia (22,43%) have provided the majority of the coins found at Sucidava, followed by the mints of Cyzicus (14,39%), Constantinopolis (11,78%) and Heraclea (11,59%).
Sucidava, Danubian limes, Late Roman Coins, Distribution of Late Roman Mints.