The Chronography of 354 AD. Part 7: Pictures of the emperors. Die Calenderbilder, Berlin (1888) figure 34-35.
Notes to the online edition
These two portraits appeared on folio 20 verso and 21 recto of the archetype. They represent Constantius II (seated and wearing a diadem, and dispensing money) and the Caesar Gallus (holding an image of Victory). Both are from the Barberini ms. in Rome.
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