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SBCV Monogram Table Index
« on: February 18, 2006, 09:20:12 am »
Byzantine Monogram Coins
Compiled by Howard Cole

See NumisWiki Monogram - https://www.forumancientcoins.com/numiswiki/view.asp?key=Monogram

The following is a list of Coins with Monograms found in Byzantine Coins and Their Values, by David R. Sear, published by Seaby Ltd. in 1987.  All coins with monograms are listed.  This is a modification and expansion of an earlier table that I created listing the monograms by ruler.  The coins in this table are listed by monogram number.  If any corrections or additions are needed, please post them here.

The list follows the following format: Monogram number, Ruler, Sear number, Denomination, Mint, (notes).  Not all entries may have all of the listed information.

 


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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2006, 09:23:19 am »
Monograms Listed by Number in the Table of Monograms, BCV p. 32

Monogram number, Ruler, Sear number, Denomination, Mint, (notes)
1, Justinian I, S197, (Monogram of Cherson), Pentanummium, Cherson
2, Justinian I, Pentanummium, S245, Theoupolis/Antioch
3, Justinian I, S255, Siliqua, Carthage
4, Justinian I, S328C, Half Follis, Perugia(?)
5, Justinian I, S340, Nummus, Uncertain
6, Justinian I, S341, Nummus, Uncertain
7, Justinian I, S342, Nummus, Uncertain
8, Justin II, S363, Pentanummium, Constantinople
8, Justin II, S364, Pentanummium, Constantiople
8, Justin II, S375, Pentanummium, Cyzicus
8, Justin II, S385, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
9, Justin II, S386, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
10, Justin II, S384, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
11, Justin II, S387, Nummus, Theoupolis/Antioch
12, Justin II, S392A, 100 Nummi, Carthage
13, Justin II, S396A, Half Follis, Carthage
14, Justin II, S402, Pentanummium, Carthage
15, Maurice Tiberius, S539, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
16, Maurice Tiberius, S540, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
17, Maurice Tiberius, S542, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
18, Tiberius II Constantine, S459, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
19, Maurice Tiberius, S572, Nummus, Carthage
20, Phocas, S676A, Pentanummium, Theouplis/Antioch
21, Heraclius, S757, Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S761, Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S776, light weight Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S780, light weight Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S782, light weight Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S783, light weight Solidus, Constantinople, (in field)
21, Heraclius, S810, Follis, Constantinople, (beneath M)
21, Heraclius, S811, Follis, Constantinople, (beneath M)
21, Heraclius, S812, Follis, Constantinople, (in left field)
21, Heraclius, S815, Half Follis, Constantinople
21, Heraclius, S904, Hexagram (Double Miliarense), Ravenna
21, Heraclius, S915, Follis, Ravenna, (above M)
21, Heraclius, on Heraclian Follis, Year 20, Countermarks (Page 197)
22, Heraclius, S884, Follis, Sicily (countermark on Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine of Constantinople, also on ½ and ¾ Folles)
22, Heraclius, on Follis of Maurice, Countermarks (Page 197)
22, Heraclius, on Heraclian Follis, Year 20, Countermarks (Page 197)
23, Heraclius, S808, Follis, Constantinople, (in left field)
23, Heraclius, S836, Follis, Nicomedia, (in left field)
23, Heraclius, S841, Follis, Cyzicus, (in left field)
23, Heraclius, S849, Follis, Cyprus, (above M)
24, Heraclius, S808, Follis, Constantinople, (in left field)
24, Heraclius, S841, Follis, Cyzicus, (in left field)
25, Heraclius, S810, Follis, Constantinople, (beneath M)
26, Heraclius, S841, Follis, Cyzicus, (in left field)
27, Heraclius, S861, 12 Nummi, Alexandria, (beneath cross)
28, Heraclius, S881, Nummus, Carthage
29, Heraclius, on Heraclian Follis, Year 20 to 23, Countermarks (Page 197)
30, Heraclius, on Heraclian Follis, Year 20 to 23, Countermarks (Page 197)
31, Heraclius, S904A, Siliqua, Ravenna
31, Heraclius, S906, Half Siliqua (120 Nummi), Ravenna
32, Heraclius, S926, 8 Pentanummia (Follis), Cherson, (as a countermark)
33, Heraclius, on Follis of Maurice, Countermarks (Page 197)
34, Heraclius, on Follis of Maurice, Countermarks (Page 197)
35, Constans II, S1000, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1004, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1005A, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1006, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1007, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1008, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1009, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1010, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1013, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1014, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1020, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1023, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1025, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1055, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
35, Constans II, S1059, Follis, Carthage, (as a countermark)
35, Constans II, S1104, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constans II, S1110, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constans II, S1111, Half Follis, Syracuse
35, Constans II, S1112, Half Follis, Syracuse
35, Constans II, S1113, Half Follis, Syracuse
35, Constantine IV, S1195, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
35, Constantine IV, S1198, Half Follis, Carthage
35, Constantine IV, S1199, Half Follis, Carthage
35, Constantine IV, S1207, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constantine IV, S1208, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constantine IV, S1209, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constantine IV, S1210, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
35, Constantine IV, S1211, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
36, Constans II, S1009, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
36, Constans II, S1010, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
36, Constans II, S1023, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
36, Constans II, S1025, Follis, Constantinople, (as a countermark)
37, Constans II, S1124, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Constans II, S1125, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Constans II, S1125A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Constantine IV, S1232, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Constantine IV, S1233, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Anastasius II, S1482A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Leo III, S1534A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Leo III, S1534B, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
37, Constantine V, S1579, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1270,), Follis, Carthage, (on reverse, and monogram 39 or 61 on obverse)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1273, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1297, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1299, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1300, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1304, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
38, Justinian II-First Reign, S1305, Half Follis, Syracuse, (above K)
38, Justinian II-Second Reign, S1435, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
38, Justinian II-Second Reign, S1436, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
38, Justinian II-Second Reign, S1437, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
38, Justinian II-Second Reign, S1438, Follis, Carthage, (above M)
39, Justinian II-First Reign, S1270,), Follis, Carthage, (on obverse, and monogram 38 on reverse)
40, Leontius, S1343, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
41, Leontius, S1344, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
42, Tiberius III, S1395, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
42, Tiberius III, S1395A, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
42, Tiberius III, S1396, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
43, Anastasius II, S1474, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
43, Anastasius II, S1475, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
43, Anastasius II, S1475A, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
43, Anastasius II, S1475B, Follis, Catania, (above M)
44, Theodosius III, S1495, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
44, Theodosius III, S1496, Follis, Syracuse, (above M)
45, Leo III, S1529, Follis, Syracuse
46, Constantine VII and Romanus I, S1767, AE, Cherson
47, Constantine VII and Romanus I, S1767, AE, Cherson
48, Constantine VII and Romanus I, S1768, AE, Cherson
49, Constantine VII and Romanus I, S1772, AE, Cherson
50, Constantine VII and Romanus I, S1772, AE, Cherson
51, Romanus II, S1775, AE Cherson
52, Nicephorus II, Phocas, S1784, AE, Cherson
53, Nicephorus II, Phocas, S1784, AE, Cherson
54, John I Tzimisces, S1794, AE, Cherson
55, John I Tzimisces, S1794, AE, Cherson
55, Basil II, S1814, AE, Cherson
56, Basil II, S1814, AE, Cherson
57, Manuel I, S1977, AE 1/2 Tetarteron, Thessalonica
58, Manuel I, S1979, AE 1/2 Tetarteron, Uncertain Greek Mint
59, John III, Ducas-Vatatzes, The Empire of Nicaea, Not listed in Sear, billon and AE coins, Magnesia
60, Maurice Tiberius, S541, Pentanummium, Theoupolis/Antioch
61, Justinian II-First Reign, S1270,), Follis, Carthage, (on obverse, and monogram 38 on reverse)

Monograms Not Listed in The Table of Monograms
Anastasius, S13, Follis, Constantinople, (monogram of Anastasius)
Anastasius, S31, Nummus, Nicomedia, (monogram of Anastasius)
Anastasius, S37, Follis, Nicomedia, (monogram of Anastasius)
Justinian I, S326A, Nummus, Ravenna
Constantine IV, S1233A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome (monogram of Pope Vitalian)
Constantine IV, S1233B, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome (monogram of Pope Adeodatus)
Justinian II-First Reign, S1308A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome, (monogram of Roma)
Justinian II-Second Reign, S1444A, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome, (monogram of Pope Constantine in left field)
Phillippicus, S1460A, Follis, Syracuse
Leo III, S1534C, 1/8 Siliqua (30 Nummi), Rome (monogram of Pope Gregory III)
Andronicus II, Palaeologus, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2329, Billon Tornese, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram, )
Andronicus II, Palaeologus, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2395, AE Trachy, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram)
Andronicus II and Michael IX, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2433, AE Assarion, Constantinople, (not in table-Palaeologan monogram)
Andronicus II and Michael IX, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2449, AE Assarion, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram pictured)
Andronicus II and Michael IX, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2452, AE Assarion, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram pictured)
Andronicus III, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2497, AE Trachy, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram pictured)
Andronicus IV, Palaeologus, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2547, AE Tornese, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram pictured)
Manuel II, Palaeologus, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2554, AE Tornese, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram pictured)
Manuel II, Palaeologus, Restored Byzantine Empire, S2554, AE Tornese, Constantinople, (Palaeologan monogram)
John V, Politikon Coinage, S2576, AE Stamenon, (Palaeologan monogram)
Anonymous, Politikon Coinage, S2583, Billon Tornese, (Palaeologan monogram)
Anonymous, Politikon Coinage, S2588, AE Trachy, (Palaeologan monogram)
Uncertain Attribution, Politikon Coinage, S2596, Billion Tornese, (Palaeologan monogram)

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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2006, 11:37:20 pm »
Transparent .gif drawings of the monograms in BCV by yours truly:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. S326A. S1233A. S1233B. S1308A. S1444A. S1444B. S1534C.

You can also use their URL addresses (usually found by clicking your mouse's right button and then 'Properties') in image tags in posts you make on this discussion board.

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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2006, 04:45:27 pm »
This is a monogram list from Denis Feissel's article from Revue Numismatique, 1986.
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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2006, 04:32:50 pm »
Hello,

someone pointed me to a little fault.

Monogram 8 Sear 375 belongs to Kyzikus
Monogram 8 Sear 385 belongs to Antioch/Theoupolis

I discussed the Monogram 8 in an German Forum and added the informations from here, there a good friend pointed me to the fault.
This is caused by the irritating titels on the head of the pages in Sear.


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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #5 on: August 22, 2006, 08:12:42 pm »
Let me double check and I'll change them.

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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2006, 04:24:08 pm »
Hello,
i have found two faults more

Monogram 9 Sear 384 belongs also to Antiochia
Monogram 11 Sear 387 belongs also to Antiochia


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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2006, 04:30:29 pm »
Hi Root,

Thank you for look closely at the table.  I can't make changes here, but I hope Joe will.  I will change it in the Wiki that Joe also has it in.  Sear lists Antioch as Theoupolis, so that is what I will change it to.

Again thank you for the help.

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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #8 on: December 24, 2006, 07:25:48 am »
A better scan from Denis Feissel's article from Revue Numismatique, 1986.
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Re: SBCV Monogram Table Index
« Reply #9 on: January 03, 2007, 05:38:42 pm »
The monograms from Denis Feissel's article have been drawn as transparent .gifs by yours truly and added to the NumisWiki's Monogram page.

https://www.forumancientcoins.com/numiswiki/view.asp?key=Monogram

They are presented in table format in the Wiki.  However, the table exceeded the character limit for posting here.  The drawings by themselves are shown below.

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1. , 2. , 3. , , 4. , 5. , 6. , 7. , , 8. , , 9. , , 10. , 11. , 12. , 13. , , 14. , , 15. , , 16. , , 17A. , , 17B. , , 18. , , 20. , , 21. , , 22. , , 23. , 24. , 25. , , 26. , 27. , , 28. , , 29. , , 30. , , 31. , , 33. , , 34. , , 35. , , 36. , , 37. , , 38. , , 39. , , 40. , , 41. , , 42. , , 43. , , 44. , , 45. , , 46. , , 47. , , 48. , , 49. , , 50. , 51. , , 52. , 54B. , , 55A. , , 56. , , 57. , 58. , , 59. , , 60. , 61. , , 62. , , 63. , , 64. , , 65. , , 66. , , 67. , 68. , , 69. , 70. , , 71. , 72. , , 73. , , 74. , 75. , , 76. , 77. , 78.

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