Eudokia, Michael VII, and Constantine (May–December 1067)
- Accession Number:
- BZS.1958.106.598 (formerly DO 58.106.598)
DO Seals 6, no. 81.1.
- 33 mm
- 28 mm
A bearded Christ Emmanuel enthroned, wearing a tunic and himation and holding his right hand uplifted in blessing and a book in his left. He has a nimbus cruciger; each bar of the nimbus is decorated with a single pellet. Sigla at left and right: Ἰ(ησοῦ)ς Χ(ριστό)ς. Circular inscription. Border of dots.
Three figures: in center, Eudokia (tallest) wearing a crown with triangular projections and pendilia. She wears a loros and holds in her right hand a scepter surmounted by a trefoil ornament; at left, Michael (shorter) wearing a trefoil-topped crown with pendilia and a loros and and holding in his right hand a globus cruciger and in his left an akakia; and at right, Constantine (shortest) wearing a crown with pendilia and a loros and holding in his right hand a labarum and in his left a globus cruciger. Circular inscription. Border of dots.
Εὐδοκ(ία), Μιχ(αὴλ) (καὶ) Κωνστ(άν)τ(ιος) β(ασιλεῖς) Ῥ(ωμαίων).
Εὐδοκία, Μιχαὴλ καὶ Κωνστάντιος βασιλεῖς Ῥωμαίων.
Eudokia, Michael and Constantine, basileis of the Romans.