Download PDF by Wayne G. Sayles: Ancient coin collecting V: the Romaion-Byzantine culture

By Wayne G. Sayles

The Romaioi, Greek electorate of the Roman East, stood squarely within the direction of Islamic enlargement and kept Europe from being overrun by means of strong tribes from the simple. Their coinage finds a society with robust non secular undercurrents and divergent philosophies, yet tormented by political and fiscal crises.

&break;&break;Ancient Coin amassing V: The Romaion/Byzantine Culture explores the background and paintings of a tradition that survived for almost 1,000 years. during the undying list of cash you are going to examine what occurred after the autumn of Rome, witness the sacking of Constantinople via marauding Crusaders, and adventure the empire's final days lower than Constantine XI.

&break;&break;This quantity is the fitting advent to the interesting pastime of accumulating historical cash. writer Wayne G. Sayles entertains, educates and conjures up starting and professional creditors alike, drawing on greater than 30 years of expertise in learning and gathering cash from antiquity. particular gains include:

  • &break;&break;More than three hundred pictures, together with an illustrated consultant to the Emperors of Byzantium
  • &break;&break;A advisor to coin attribution, in addition to denomination, relationship and mint information
  • &break;&break;Powerful reference instruments, together with finished index, bibliography and glossary

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BIBLIO GRAPHY Bendall, S. ", Num. Circular, 92:8 1984, pp. 256-7. Grierson, P. "A Coin of the Emperor Phocas with the effigy of Maurice", Numismatic Chronicle, 1964, pp. 250. "Solidi of Phocas and Heraclius", Numismatic Chronicle, 1959, pp. 131-154. Leuthold, Enrico, Sr. & Jr. "Solidi leggeri do XXIII silique degli im­ peratori Maurizio Tiberio, Foca ed Eraclio", Revis ta italiana di numismatica e scienze affin i, 62, 1 960, pp. 146-1 54. _. 42 The Heraclian Dynasty Heraclius the Exarch ( 1 ) Eudocia = I Heraclius (AD 610-641) = (2) Martina Heraclonas Senior Augustus AD 641 (eo-emperor AD 638-64 1 ) Heraclius Constantine Senior Augustus AD 641 (eo-emperor AD 614-641) I Constans 11 Senior Augustus AD 641-668 Constantine IV Senior Augustus AD 668-685 (eo-emperor AD 654-668) Heraclius (eo-emperor AD 659-681 ) Tiberius (eo-emperor AD 659-681) Justinian 11 Senior Augustus AD 685-695 2nd reign AD 705-711 I Tiberius (eo-emperor AD 705-711 ) 43 The exarch at Carthage, Hera­ clius, and his son of the same name, led a popular rebellion against the repressive rule of Phocas in AD 608.

Byzan tine Coins and Their Values, London, 1987, p. 258-262. A. History of the Byzan tine E mpire, 324-1453, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1 952, p. 1 93. R. "A copper coinage for Leontius I", The Numismatic Circular, 75: 1 0, 1 967, pp. 264-265. f S PE AV When he ascended the throne, with the help of the defeated army from Carthage and the city militia of the lower class (Greens) in Con­ stantinople, Apsimar took the more recognizable and prestigious name Tiberius. He also took vengeance on the Arabs rather than the court at Constantino p l e .

Solidi leggeri do XXIII silique degli im­ peratori Maurizio Tiberio, Foca ed Eraclio", Revis ta italiana di numismatica e scienze affin i, 62, 1 960, pp. 146-1 54. _. 42 The Heraclian Dynasty Heraclius the Exarch ( 1 ) Eudocia = I Heraclius (AD 610-641) = (2) Martina Heraclonas Senior Augustus AD 641 (eo-emperor AD 638-64 1 ) Heraclius Constantine Senior Augustus AD 641 (eo-emperor AD 614-641) I Constans 11 Senior Augustus AD 641-668 Constantine IV Senior Augustus AD 668-685 (eo-emperor AD 654-668) Heraclius (eo-emperor AD 659-681 ) Tiberius (eo-emperor AD 659-681) Justinian 11 Senior Augustus AD 685-695 2nd reign AD 705-711 I Tiberius (eo-emperor AD 705-711 ) 43 The exarch at Carthage, Hera­ clius, and his son of the same name, led a popular rebellion against the repressive rule of Phocas in AD 608.

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