THE SONS OF CONSTANTINVS I MAGNVS (A.D. 337-340)
The Empire splits

 
The cities numbered in the map correspond to the mints of this period:
1 -  Treveri 2 -  Lugdunum 3 -  Arelate 4 -  Aquileia
5 -  Roma 6 -  Siscia 7 -  Thessalonica 8 -  Heraclea
9 -  Constantinopolis 10 -  Cyzicus 11 -  Nicomedia 12 -  Antiochia
13 -  Alexandria            

 

A.D. 337
Constantinus I dies in 337, and the Roman Empire is divided between his heirs.


 

A.D. 337
From the death of his father, Constantius II governs in Aegyptus, Oriens, Pontus, Asia and Thracia.


 

A.D. 337-340
From the death of his father, Constantinus II governs in Hispania, Britannia and Gallia.


 

A.D. 337
From the death of his father, Constans governs in Italia, Illyria and Africa.


 

A.D. 340-350
Territories controlled by Constans from the defeat of Constantinus II, to the arrival of the usurper Magnetius (see map 3).