George patrikios and Theophylaktos, general kommerkiarioi of the apotheke of the Hellespont (708/709)
- Accession Number:
DO Seals 3, no. 47.1.
Zacos-Veglery, no. 206; Dated Seals, no. 27.
- 32 mm
On the upper half, busts of two emperors (the one on the left is bearded) holding between them a cross potent mounted on a base of two steps. They are undoubtedly Justinian II (685-695, 705-711) and his son Tiberios (705-711). On either side is the indiction year: -ζ. On the lower half, there is an inscription of four lines. Wreath border.
Γεωργίου πατρικίου (καὶ) Θεοφυλάκτου
Γεωργίου πατρικίου καὶ Θεοφυλάκτου γενικῶν κομμερκιαρίων ἀποθήκης Ἑλλισπόντου.
(Seal of) George the patrikios and Theophylaktos, general kommerkiarioi of the apotheke of the Hellespont.
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