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  • Coin of Vetranio, a soldier is holding two labara. Interestingly they differ from the labarum of Constantine Eusebius stated that in addition to the singular labarum of Constantine, other similar standards (labara) were issued to the Roman army. — “Labarum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • On the reverse of this coin struck under Vetranio, the emperor is holding two labara, the ensigns introduced by Constantine I. 1 March – 25 December 350 (together with Constantius II) Birthplace. — “Vetranio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • For the gastropod of Costellariidae family, see Vexillum (gastropod) are in the vexillum form; usually these banners are termed labara after the standard adopted by the first Christian Roman emperor. — “Vexillum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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