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Home ▸ Catalog ▸ |Roman Coins| ▸ |The Late Empire| ▸ |Eudocia||View Options:  |  |  | 

Eudocia, Augusta 2 January 423 - 20 October 460 A.D.

Eudocia was selected by Pulcheria to wed her brother, Theodosius II. By 444 A.D., however, Pulcheria had her exiled to Jerusalem (perhaps due to adultery). There, Eudocia spent the remainder of her life in religious works and was buried in St Stephen, the church that she founded. She was later made a saint whose image appears in icons. Visit the Eudocia page in NumisWiki (click on her name) to read a poem written by Eudocia.

|Eudocia|, |Eudocia,| |Augusta| |2| |January| |423| |-| |20| |October| |460| |A.D.|, |tremissis|
Eudocia was selected by Pulcheria to wed her brother, Theodosius II. By 444 A.D., however, Pulcheria had her exiled to Jerusalem (perhaps due to adultery). There, Eudocia spent the remainder of her life in religious works and was buried in St Stephen, the church that she founded. She was later made a saint whose image appears in icons. This type was apparently minted about the time she was exiled, however, Eudocia seems to have retained the title Augusta until her death.
SH08858. Gold tremissis, RIC X Theodosius II 281 (R); DOCLR 461; Depeyrot p. 251, 72/2; SRCV V 21245, aEF, weight 1.46 g, maximum diameter 14.5 mm, die axis 45o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, c. 437 - 443 A.D.; obverse AEL EVDOCIA AVG, pearl diademed and draped bust right; reverse cross within wreath, jewel at top, ties (RIC type 9) on bottom, CONOB* in exergue; light scratches in right obverse field; rare; SOLD


|Eudocia|, |Eudocia,| |Augusta| |2| |January| |423| |-| |20| |October| |460| |A.D.|, |centenionalis|
Bronze coins of Eudocia are much rarer than gold!
SH13075. Bronze centenionalis, RIC X Theodosius II 428 (R4), DOCLR 475, LRBC II 2230, SRCV V 21247, gF, very nice for the type, weight 1.719 g, maximum diameter 13.0 mm, die axis 180o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, 423 - 425 A.D.; obverse AEL EVDOCIA AVG, pearl-diademed and draped bust right; reverse CONCORDIA AVG (harmony of the Emperor), Eudocia enthroned facing, arms folded on breast, star in left field, CONS in exergue; very rare; SOLD


|Eudocia|, |Eudocia,| |Augusta| |2| |January| |423| |-| |20| |October| |460| |A.D.|, |tremissis|
Eudocia was selected by Pulcheria to wed her brother, Theodosius II. By 444 A.D., however, Pulcheria had her exiled to Jerusalem (perhaps due to adultery). There, Eudocia spent the remainder of her life in religious works and was buried in St Stephen, the church that she founded. She was later made a saint whose image appears in icons. This type was apparently minted about the time she was exiled, however, Eudocia seems to have retained the title Augusta until her death.
SH32203. Gold tremissis, RIC X Theodosius II 281 (R); DOCLR 461; Depeyrot p. 251, 72/2; SRCV V 21245, aVF, holed, weight 1.372 g, maximum diameter 14.1 mm, die axis 180o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, c. 437 - 443 A.D.; obverse AEL EVDOCIA AVG, pearl-diademed and draped bust right; reverse cross within wreath, jewel at top, ties (RIC type 9) on bottom, CONOB* in exergue; rare; SOLD







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