Karl i money



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Description Obverse of a coin of Charlemagne. Minted in 812/814. Mint unknown, may be Melle, nowdays in Germany
KAROLVS IMP AVG, laureate bust right in ancient Roman style, M in exergue.
There are many different reverses (not shown here):
a tetrastyle temple (and legend XRISTIANA RELIGIO)
a city gate
A ship
coining implements
AG, about 1.6 gramms
cfr. MEC I, 748-9;
Date IX century
Source http://www.hp.uab.edu/image_archive/cr-03/metal.html
Author Unknown


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