Delmatius - Caesar of Imperium Romanum from 335 to 337
Flavius Dalmatius was a Caesar of the Roman Empire, and member of the Constantinian dynasty.

Dalmatius was the nephew of Constantine I. His father, also named Flavius Dalmatius, was the half-brother of Constantine and served as censor. He was the brother of Hannibalianus.

On 18 September 335, he was raised to the rank of Caesar, with the control of Thracia, Achaea and Macedonia. Dalmatius died in late summer 337, killed by his own soldiers. It is possible that his death was related to the purge that hit the imperial family at the death of Constantine, and organized by Constantius II with the aim of removing any possible claimant to imperial power other than the sons of the late emperor.
Delmatius
Caesar Delmatius of the Roman Empire

(1) Delmatius 335-335 A.D.
Obverse: FL DELMATIVS NOB C, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right
Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, BSIS in exergue, two soldiers flanking a single standard
Ref: RIC VII: 256 Siscia
(2) Delmatius 335-337 AD
AE unit Antioch
Obverse: FL IVL DELMA-TIVS NOB C / laureate & cuirassed bust right
Reverse: GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS / two soldiers holding spears & shields with one standard between them, O on banner. SMANI in ex.
Ref: RIC VII Antioch 112
AE unit Siscia
Obverse: FL DELMATIVS NOB C, laureate draped bust right
Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers bearing spears and shields with one standard between them with O on banner
Ref: RIC VII 256, LRBC 758
(4) Delmatius 335-337 AD
AE unit Antioch
Obverse: FL DELMATIVS NOB C
Reverse: GLORIA EXCERCITVS, two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield, a standard between them
Ref: None provided