1 Hexagram, Byzantine Empire, 610 - 641

1 Hexagram, Byzantine Empire, 610 - 641

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One (1) hexagram coin, Heraclius
Byzantine Empire, 610 - 641
Obverse Image: Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, both seated facing on double-throne, each holding globus cruciger in right hand, small cross above.
Obverse Text: dd / NN / hERACLIUS / Et / hERA / CONSt
Reverse Image: Cross-potent on globe above three steps; K in right field.
Reverse Text: dEUS / AdIUtA / ROmANIS
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Coin
date made
610 - 641
maker
Heraclius Emperor of Byzantium
Physical Description
ar (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 1 mm x 24.3 mm; 1/32 in x 31/32 in
ID Number
NU.NU61121.01
catalog number
NU61121.01
accession number
228809
Credit Line
Bullowa-Moore, Catherine
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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