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The Byzantine Empire was a political entity centred around its capital Constantinople, which was originally named Byzantium until Roman Emperor Constantine established a 'Second Rome' in the city in 330 AD. The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire in the east, after the western part had ceased to exist in the 5th century AD. The Byzantine Empire lasted until the Ottoman conquest of its capital Constantinople in 1453. Read more

See also: Rome (ancient), Crusader states, Ottoman Empire

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Byzantine Empire

Demi follis – obverse
Demi follis – reverse
Demi follis
584
8.4 g – ø 18.5 mm

Byzantine Empire - First Solidus Nomisma (498-720)

1 Follis = 2 Half-Follis = 4 Decanummi = 8 Pentanummi = 40 Nummi • 1 Solidus Nomisma = 2 Semissis = 3 Tremissis = 12 Hexagrams = 288 Follis

Solidus - Anastasius I. – obverse
Solidus - Anastasius I. – reverse
Solidus - Anastasius I.
(491-518)
Gold – 4.47 g
Fr# 61
Pentanummium - Justin I (Constantinople) – obverse
Pentanummium - Justin I (Constantinople) – reverse
Pentanummium - Justin I (Constantinople)
(518-527)
Bronze – 1.88 g – ø 13 mm
BCV# 75
1 Follis – obverse
1 Follis – reverse
1 Follis
603-610
Bronze – 11.74 g – ø 30 mm
Follis - Heracilius – obverse
Follis - Heracilius – reverse
Follis - Heracilius
(610-641)
Copper – 15.8 g – ø 29 mm
Solidus - Tiberius III (VICTORIA AVGV; Constantinopolis) – obverse
Solidus - Tiberius III (VICTORIA AVGV; Constantinopolis) – reverse
Solidus - Tiberius III (VICTORIA AVGV; Constantinopolis)
(698-705)
Gold – 4.39 g – ø 20 mm
DOC II-2# 1
5 Nummi - Justinus I (Constantinopolis mint) – obverse
5 Nummi - Justinus I (Constantinopolis mint) – reverse
5 Nummi - Justinus I (Constantinopolis mint)
(518-522)
Bronze – 2.01 g – ø 13 mm
BCV# 74
1 Pentanummium - Justinianus I – obverse
1 Pentanummium - Justinianus I – reverse
1 Pentanummium - Justinianus I
(527-542)
Copper – 2.39 g – ø 14.88 mm
BCV# 274
5 Nummi - Justinianus I (Constantinopolis mint) – obverse
5 Nummi - Justinianus I (Constantinopolis mint) – reverse
5 Nummi - Justinianus I (Constantinopolis mint)
(538-542)
Copper – 3.8 g – ø 21.5 mm
BCV# 172
5 Nummi - Justinus II (Ravenna mint) – obverse
5 Nummi - Justinus II (Ravenna mint) – reverse
5 Nummi - Justinus II (Ravenna mint)
(565-578)
Copper – 2.17 g – ø 14.5 mm
BCV# 416
5 Nummi - Justin II (Antioch mint) – obverse
5 Nummi - Justin II (Antioch mint) – reverse
5 Nummi - Justin II (Antioch mint)
(567-578)
Copper – 2.1 g – ø 15 mm
BCV# 385, BMC Byz# 428
10 Nummi - Justinian I (Constantinople mint) – obverse
10 Nummi - Justinian I (Constantinople mint) – reverse
10 Nummi - Justinian I (Constantinople mint)
(539-565)
Copper – 3.5 g – ø 16 mm
BCV# 167
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Karthago mint) – obverse
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Karthago mint) – reverse
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Karthago mint)
(582-584)
Copper – 3.9 g – ø 16 mm
BCV# 563
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Constantinopolis mint) – obverse
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Constantinopolis mint) – reverse
10 Nummi - Mauricius Tiberius (Constantinopolis mint)
(582-602)
Copper – 3.7 g – ø 20 mm
BCV# 578
Decanummium - Heraclius (Cyprus) – obverse
Decanummium - Heraclius (Cyprus) – reverse
Decanummium - Heraclius (Cyprus)
(610-611)
Bronze – 3.55 g – ø 18.0 mm
BCV# 727, Tziambazis# 3

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