NOT IN RIC
REVERSE VARIETY. RIC describes camp-gate on reverses of ROMA 5a-8b as having three forward turrets (no small turrets between them) and two small turrets between two turrets behind. See examples of:
ROMA 5a (Berlin, no. 18225779, 5.00 g, 19 mm);
ROMA 6a (NAC 46, lot 692, 5.20 g);
ROMA 6b (Berlin, no. 18239418, 5.25 g, 19 mm);
ROMA 7a (ANS, 1944.100.2802, 4.65 g, 18 mm);
ROMA 7b (BM, R.123, 4.78 g);
ROMA 8a (BM, BNK,R.67, 5.80 g);
ROMA 8b (ANS, 1944.100.2802, 4.65 g, 18 mm).
However, this very variety should be known to Sutherland because it is shown on example of ROMA 6b from plate 6 in RIC.
ROMA 5b, MAXIMIAN HERCULIUS, REVERSE VARIETY
ROMA 7b, MAXIMIAN HERCULIUS, REVERSE VARIETY
ROMA 8a, CONSTANTIUS, REVERSE VARIETY