Fasciculus:Bust of Constantius II (Mary Harrsch).jpg

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English: A bust of the Roman Emperor Constantius II from Syria. This object is today located in the collection of the University of Pennsylvania's Museum of Archaeology. Constantius II was the second of Constantine I's three sons and ruled the Roman Empire, sometimes in co-rulership with his 2 brothers, between 337 and 361 AD.
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