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The Duchy of Benevento was founded in 668, and was one of the major Duchies in the lower portion of the Lombard Kingdom (Langobardia Minor). The Duchy remained fairly autonomous from the rest of the Lombard Kingdom, and in 774, after the Lombard Kingdom fell to the Franks, the Duchy of Benevento became the Principality of Benevento, as well as an ally of the Franks. After 839, when a civil war struck and lead to the eventual separation of the Principality of Salerno in 851, Benevento began declining in power. By 897, after multiple Byzantine attacks, Benevento lost most of its power, losing the rest over the next hundred years. Read more

See also: Principality of Salerno

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Benevento - Solidus (668-897)

1 Solidus = 3 Tremissis = 12 Denaro

1 Denaro - Grimoald III – obverse
1 Denaro - Grimoald III – reverse
1 Denaro - Grimoald III
(792-806)
Silver • 1.71 g • ⌀ 18 mm
MEC# 1100, BMC Vandal# 18, CNI XVIII# 17, Sambon# 428
1 Denaro - Sico (Dot in every quadrant) – obverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Dot in every quadrant) – reverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Dot in every quadrant)
(817-832)
Silver • 1.18 g • ⌀ 17 mm
CNI XVIII# 83, MIR# 215, Biaggi# 323
1 Denaro - Sico (Wedge in top-left quadrant) – obverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Wedge in top-left quadrant) – reverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Wedge in top-left quadrant)
(817-832)
Silver • 1.17 g • ⌀ 16 mm
MEC# 1105, CNI XVIII# 31, MIR# 211
1 Denaro - Sico (Nothing in any quadrant) – obverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Nothing in any quadrant) – reverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Nothing in any quadrant)
(817-832)
Silver • 1.16 g • ⌀ 17 mm
MEC# 1107, CNI XVIII# 30
1 Denaro - Sico (Star in bottom-right quadrant) – obverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Star in bottom-right quadrant) – reverse
1 Denaro - Sico (Star in bottom-right quadrant)
(817-832)
Silver • 0.93 g • ⌀ 16 mm
MEC# 1107, BMC Vandal# 14
1 Denaro - Sicard – obverse
1 Denaro - Sicard – reverse
1 Denaro - Sicard
(832-839)
Silver • 1.15 g • ⌀ 16 mm
MEC# 1111, CNI XVIII# 26, MIR# 222
1 Denaro - Radelchi – obverse
1 Denaro - Radelchi – reverse
1 Denaro - Radelchi
(839-851)
Silver • 0.70 g
BMC Vandal# p. 181, CNI XVIII# 179, Sambon# 443
1 Denaro - Radelchi – obverse
1 Denaro - Radelchi – reverse
1 Denaro - Radelchi
(839-851)
Silver • 1.16 g
MIR# 227
1 Denaro - Adelchi – obverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi – reverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi
(853-867)
Silver • 1.03 g
CNI XVIII# 182
1 Denaro - Adelchi – obverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi – reverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi
(853-867)
Silver • 1.18 g
MEC# 1113, CNI XVIII# 25, Repertorio# 450, Biaggi# 337
1 Denaro - Adelchi – obverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi – reverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi
(853-867)
Silver • 1.06 g
MEC# 1115, CNI XVIII# 15, MIR# 235
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875 – obverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875 – reverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875
(866-871)
Silver • 0.76 g
MEC# 1118, CNI XVIII# 51, Sambon# 461, Repertorio# 461
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875 – obverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875 – reverse
1 Denaro - Adelchi / In the name of Ludwig II, 844-875 & Angilberga, 855-875
(870-871)
Silver • 0.85 g
MEC# 1116, CNI XVIII# 42, MIR# 244
1 Denaro - Pietro, Bishop regent (Interregnum coinage) – obverse
1 Denaro - Pietro, Bishop regent (Interregnum coinage) – reverse
1 Denaro - Pietro, Bishop regent (Interregnum coinage)
(897)
Silver • 1.10 g • ⌀ 19 mm
MEC# 1119, CNI XVIII# S. 189, 3
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Constantine IV, 668-685 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Constantine IV, 668-685 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Constantine IV, 668-685
(668-706)
Electrum • 1.38 g • ⌀ 15 mm
BMC Vandal# 4
1 Tremissis - Gisulf I / In the name of Tiberius III, 698-705 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Gisulf I / In the name of Tiberius III, 698-705 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Gisulf I / In the name of Tiberius III, 698-705
(698-706)
Electrum • 1.31 g • ⌀ 15 mm
CNI XVIII# 13, MIB III# p. 45, Tolstoi# 44
1 Tremissis - Romoald II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Romoald II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Romoald II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711
(706-731)
Electrum • 1.34 g • ⌀ 16 mm
MEC# 1088, BMC Vandal# 13, CNI XVIII# 56, Oddy# 385
1 Tremissis - Gregory / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Gregory / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Gregory / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711
(732-739)
Electrum • 1.26 g • ⌀ 15 mm
BMC Vandal# 1, CNI XVIII# 53
1 Tremissis - Gisulf II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Gisulf II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Gisulf II / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711
(742-751)
Electrum • 1.33 g • ⌀ 15 mm
BMC Vandal# 5, CNI XVIII# 13
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – obverse
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711 – reverse
1 Tremissis - Anonymous / In the name of Justinian II, 705-711
(742-758)
Electrum • 1.32 g • ⌀ 16 mm
BMC Vandal# 6, CNI XVIII# 7

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