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Aetios kouboukleisios (tenth/eleventh century)

Accession number BZS.1947.2.302
Diameter 19 mm
Condition Heavily damaged on the left. Struck off-center.
Previous Editions

Laurent, Corpus V/1, no. 163.

Obverse

An eagle, standing at 3/4, moving to the right, with a serpent in its beak. Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription in four lines. Border of dots.

ΑΕ
ΟΚ.
ΚΛΗΣ.
Ω

Ἀετί κουβουκλησί

Translation

Ἀετίῳ κουβουκλησίῳ.

Aetios kouboukleisios.

Commentary

Laurent suggests that the normal invocation (Θεοτόκε/Κύριε βοήθει τῷ σῷ δούλῳ) ought to be inside of the border of the obverse, but that it is not present due to the damage to the seal.

Accession number BZS.1947.2.302
Diameter 19 mm
Condition Heavily damaged on the left. Struck off-center.
Previous Editions

Laurent, Corpus V/1, no. 163.

Accession number BZS.1947.2.302
Diameter 19 mm
Condition Heavily damaged on the left. Struck off-center.
Previous Editions

Laurent, Corpus V/1, no. 163.

Notes

Accession number BZS.1947.2.302
Diameter 19 mm
Condition Heavily damaged on the left. Struck off-center.
Previous Editions

Laurent, Corpus V/1, no. 163.

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