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AV Solidus. Eastern Roman and Byzantine Coins, Constantine VII. Porphyrogenitus 945 AD. 4,30g. S. 1747. RRR! Good VF. Price realized 2011: 4.000 USD.
Constans II (aka Konstans II) was emperor of the Byzantine Empire from 641 to 668 CE. Sometimes known as Constans Pogonatos (“the Bearded”), he came to the throne by a series of unlikely events and his empire was immediately challenged almost everywhere by the rising Arab Caliphate.
Phocas, (A.D. 602-610), gold solidus, Constantinople mint, (4.50 g), issued A.D. 607-610, 10th Officina, obv. Phocas facing bust, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum and crown, holding cross, around DNN FOCAS PERP AVI, rev. Angel facing, holding in right hand long staff, with partial chi-rho symbol at top, in left hand globe with cross above, around VICTORIA AVGUI, (S.620, DOC 10j, MIBE 9, BMC 22, Berk, Harlan J., "Roman Gold Coins of the Medieval World, 383-1453",