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Aplazites (eleventh century)

 
 

Obverse

A Latin cross flanked by two smaller crosses and mounted on two steps. Tendrils rise from the base, and a pellet with dots above and below adorns each end of the crossbeam. No inscription. Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of four lines. Border of dots.

Κ̅Ε̅,Θ,
ΤΣ,
ΠΛΖ,
ΤΗ

Κ(ύρι)ε β(οή)θ(ει) τῷ σῷ δ(ούλῳ) Ἀπλαζ(ί)τῃ

Obverse

A Latin cross flanked by two smaller crosses and mounted on two steps. Tendrils rise from the base, and a pellet with dots above and below adorns each end of the crossbeam. No inscription. Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of four lines. Border of dots.

Κ̅Ε̅,Θ,
ΤΣ,
ΠΛΖ,
ΤΗ

Κ(ύρι)ε β(οή)θ(ει) τῷ σῷ δ(ούλῳ) Ἀπλαζ(ί)τῃ

Accession number BZS 1958.106.3571
Diameter 17.0 mm; field: 12.0 mm
Previous Editions

Seibt-Nesbitt, "Odd surnames," no. 9.

Translation

Κύριε βοήθει τῷ σῷ δούλῳ Ἀπλαζίτῃ.

Lord, help your servant Aplazites.