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Andronicus III Palaeologus, 2 February 1325 - 15 June 1341 A.D.

Joint rule with Andronicus II (his grandfather), 2 February 1325 - 24 May 1328 A.D.
Andronicus III, rebelled after his grandfather did not select him as heir. He gained joint rule but they were soon again at war. In 1328, the grandson took the city by surprise and forced his grandfather to abdicate. Andronicus III was at war his entire reign, chiefly with the Ottoman Turks, who had taken almost all of Asia Minor even before his rule.
1328 AD Europe and the Mediterranean

Byzantine Empire, Andronicus III Palaeologus, 24 May 1328 - 15 June 1341 A.D.

|Andronicus| |III|, |Byzantine| |Empire,| |Andronicus| |III| |Palaeologus,| |24| |May| |1328| |-| |15| |June| |1341| |A.D.||reduced| |basilikon|
His grandfather disinherited him, so Andronicus III revolted, gaining joint rule. They fought again and in 1328 he took the city. Later Andronicus II was sent to a monastery to die old and blind. Andronicus III was at war his whole reign, chiefly with the Ottomans, who held almost all of Asia Minor even before his rule.
ME92835. Silver reduced basilikon, DOC V 874 var. (B sigla without pellets, Γ / O / A reverse center), Bendall PCPC -, B-D LPC -, SBCV -, Sommer -, Lianta -, aVF, well centered, nice toning, weight 1.591 g, maximum diameter 20.2 mm, die axis 180o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, 24 May 1328 - 15 Jun 1341 A.D.; obverse The Virgin orans standing facing, veiled, nimbate, MH - ΘV (Greek abbreviation: Mητηρ Θεου - Mother of God) flanking above hands, B - B (sigla, B on right reversed) divided across field; reverse ITHMH∆ AN∆PIK, St. Demetrius on left, standing facing, nimbate, holding cross to chest, and Andronicus on right, standing facing, crowned, placing hand on chest, Γ / P / ∆ downward between; this is an unpublished variety of an extremely rare type, from Coin Archives we know of two other specimens; SOLD


Byzantine Empire, Andronicus III Palaeologus, 2 February 1325 - 15 June 1341 A.D.

|Andronicus| |III|, |Byzantine| |Empire,| |Andronicus| |III| |Palaeologus,| |2| |February| |1325| |-| |15| |June| |1341| |A.D.||assarion|
After Andronicus II did not select his popular grandson and namesake as heir, Andronicus III rose in revolt. Even after they agreed to reign jointly, grandfather and grandson were at war. In 1328 the grandson took the city by surprise and forced his grandfather to abdicate. Although at first he retained his titles and his home in the palace, in 1330 he was forced into a monastery. Old and blind, Andronicus II died on 13 February 1332.
BZ69160. Bronze assarion, SBCV 2481; DOC V 908 ff.; Sommer 82.3; Grierson 1499; Bendall PCPC 205; B-D LPC p. 126, 13, VF, weight 2.752 g, maximum diameter 22.6 mm, die axis 0o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, 24 May 1328 - 15 Jun 1341; obverse cross ancre-pommee, drop shape from each angle; reverse AVTOKPATO POMAION (clockwise from upper right), Andronicus III standing facing, bearded wearing crown with pendilia and chlamys, cruciform scepter in right over shoulder; SOLD







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Sabatier, J. Description gnrale des monnaies Byzantines. (Paris, 1863).
Sear, D. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. (London, 1987).
Sommer, A. Die Mnzen des Byzantinischen Reiches 491-1453. Mit einem Anhang: Die Mnzen des Kaiserreichs von Trapezunt. (Regenstauf, 2010).

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