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Home > Catalog > |Byzantine Coins| > |Heraclean Dynasty| > |Constans II| > SH73336
Byzantine Empire, Constans II and Constantine IV, 13 April 654 - 15 July 668 A.D.
In 659, Constans II signed a peace treaty with the Rashidun Caliphate. He used the pause to strengthen his defenses and consolidate Byzantine control over Armenia. Constans established the themata; dividing territorial command in Anatolia.
SH73336. Gold solidus, Hahn MIB 69; Ratto 1595; DOC II part 2, 124 (not in the collection, refs Ratto); SRCV 1042; Morrisson BnF -; Wroth BMC -; et al. -, VF, small thick flan with most obverse legend off flan as is normal for the type, Carthage mint, weight 4.384g, maximum diameter 11.6mm, die axis 180o, 659 - 660 A.D.; obverse D N CONSTANT (or similar), facing busts of Constans II, on left, with long beard and moustache, holding globus cruciger in right, and Constantine IV, beardless, each wearing crown with cross and chlamys, pellet between heads; reverse VICTO-R Aς Γ (Carthage indictional year 3), cross potent on three steps, star(?) in left field, CONOB in exergue; we believe this is only the 3rd known example of this type with the star(?) left; extremely rare; SOLD










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Byzantine Coins of Constans II