Hannibalianus King of the Kings and of the Pontic People of the Roman Empire from 337 to 337.
Flavius Hannibalianus was a member of the Constantinian dynasty.

Hannibalianus was the son of Flavius Dalmatius, and the nephew of Constantine I. He married Constantia, Constantine's eldest daughter.

In 337, Hannibalianus was made Rex Regum et Ponticarum Gentium, "King of the Kings and of the Pontic People". It was probably Constantine's intention to put Hannibalianus on the Pontic throne, after the defeat of the Persians.

The Persian campaign did not take place, because Constantine died in May 337. Hannibalianus and his brother died in the purge of the imperial family that followed.
An AE Nummus struck AD 336-337 in Constantinople
Obverse: FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right

Reverse: SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background; CONSS in exergue

Diameter: 16 mm
Die Orientation: 5 H
Weight: 1.44 g
No notes for this coin
RIC 147; LRBC 1036