Romulus Augustulus, c. AD 460-sometime after 476 anonymously, the last Roman Emperor of the West in AD 475-476 for about ten months, deposed but not killed by Odoacar. Installed by father as emperor at perhaps 16 years old, his rule was largely ineffective. The coin is rare; it was probably minted in Milan .This coin may be a tremisses, which in the late empire was worth actually one third of a solidus. Other late emperors have similar reverses; the coin continues to be minted with this reverse after the end of the empire. The narrative demonstrates a completely Christian perspective. Alan Harway 2011.