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Home > Catalog > |Byzantine Coins| > |Isaurian Dynasty| > |Theophilus| > BZ76335
Byzantine Empire, Theophilus, 12 May 821 - 20 January 842 A.D.
Theophilus was an accomplished scholar and highly cultured. Although he admired Arab art and civilization, he was obliged to expend much effort defending his eastern frontier against Mutasim, the Caliph of Baghdad. He died of dysentery.
BZ76335. Bronze follis, Anastasi 554b; Spahr 413; DOC III part 1, 29a; Morrisson 32/Sy/AE/01; Sommer 31.13; SBCV 1680, Nice VF, broad heavy flan for the type, nice green patina, Sicily, Syracuse mint, weight 5.418g, maximum diameter 19.9mm, die axis 180o, 831 - 835 A.D.; obverse ΘEOFIL bAS, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, cross potent in right; reverse MIXHAL S CONST, facing busts of Michael II (left) and Constantine, each wears crown and chlamys, star above center; rare this size; SOLD

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