Revolt of the Heraclii solidus, 608 AD



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English: REVOLT of the HERACLII. 608-610 AD. AV Solidus (4.49 gm). Alexandretta or Cyprus mint. Dated indictional year 11 (608 AD). DN ERACLIO CONSVLI BA, facing busts of the Exarch Heraclius and his son, both bearded and wearing consular garb / VICTORIA CONSL B, cross potent on four steps; IA/CONOB. DOC II 11 (same obverse die); MIB III 3; SB 719 (Alexandria). Superb EF. [See color enlargement on plate 20] ($7500)
Date 29 August 2010 (upload date)
Source CNG
Author User:Cplakidas (uploader)


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