The Miliarense denomination — Variants: Light miliarense
The Miliarense was a large silver coin, introduced to the late Roman monetary system in the early 4th century. It was struck with variable fineness, generally with a weight between 3.8 and 6.0 grams, and a diameter of c. 23–24 mm.

The miliarense was struck first under Constantine the Great (r. 306–337). There were two kinds of miliarense coins: light and heavy. It took 14 heavy miliarensia and 18 light miliarensia to equal one gold solidus (as also introduced by Constantine).
Miliarense|Light miliarense
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