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Ostrogothic kingdom was a successor to Western Roman Empire. It occupied whole mainland Italy, Sicily, Southeastern French coastline and present day Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 553, after sixty years of existence, it fell to forces of Eastern Roman Empire under Justinian I. Read more

See also: Rome, Byzantine Empire

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Ostrogothic Kingdom

Half siliqua - Theoderic – obverse
Half siliqua - Theoderic – reverse
Half siliqua - Theoderic
(491-518)
Silver – 0.64 g – ø 15 mm

Ostrogothic Kingdom - Municipal coinage of Ravenna - Nummus

10 Nummi – obverse
10 Nummi – reverse
10 Nummi
(536-554)
Bronze – 2.88 g – ø 17 mm
MEC# -, BMC Vandal# 34, MIB I# 76, Metlich# 77, Kraus# 1
10 Nummi – obverse
10 Nummi – reverse
10 Nummi
(536-554)
Bronze – 2.86 g
MEC# 145, BMC Vandal# 7, MIB I# 72, Metlich# 78, Kraus# 3

Ostrogothic Kingdom - Municipal coinage of Rome - Nummus

5 Nummi – obverse
5 Nummi – reverse
5 Nummi
(493-526)
Bronze – 1.38 g
20 Nummi – obverse
20 Nummi – reverse
20 Nummi
(493-553)
Bronze – 10.87 g
MEC# 97, BMC Vandal# 31, MIB I# 71, Metlich# 84, Kraus# 29
20 Nummi – obverse
20 Nummi – reverse
20 Nummi
(493-553)
Bronze – 6.49 g
MEC# 109, BMC Vandal# 19, MIB I# 75, Metlich# 83, Kraus# 27
40 Nummi – obverse
40 Nummi – reverse
40 Nummi
(493-553)
Bronze – 14.60 g – ø 30 mm
MEC# 93, BMC Vandal# 26, MIB I# 70, Metlich# 82
40 Nummi – obverse
40 Nummi – reverse
40 Nummi
(493-553)
Bronze – 12.67 g
MEC# 100, BMC Vandal# 6, MIB I# 74, Metlich# 76

Ostrogothic Kingdom - Tremissis

1 Tremissis = 8 Siliqua = 96 Follis = 3840 Nummi • 3 Tremissis = 2 Semissis = 1 Solidus

2½ Nummi - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Rome) – obverse
2½ Nummi - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Rome) – reverse
2½ Nummi - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Rome)
(527-534)
Bronze – 1.16 g – ø 11 mm
MEC# 136, BMC Vandal# 49, MIB I# 80, Metlich# 88, Kraus# 93
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Rome) – obverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Rome) – reverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Rome)
(541-552)
Bronze – 0.98 g – ø 9 mm
MEC# 163, MIB I# 87
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Ticinum) – obverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Ticinum) – reverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila / In the name of Anastasius I, 491-518 (Ticinum)
(541-552)
Bronze – 0.75 g – ø 9 mm
MEC# 164, BMC Vandal# 28, MIB I# 88, Metlich# 95, Kraus# 71
2½ Nummi - Baduila (Rome) – obverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila (Rome) – reverse
2½ Nummi - Baduila (Rome)
(541-552)
Bronze – 1.01 g – ø 10 mm
MIB I# 91
5 Nummi - Theoderic (Ravenna) – obverse
5 Nummi - Theoderic (Ravenna) – reverse
5 Nummi - Theoderic (Ravenna)
(493)
Bronze – 1.72 g – ø 13 mm
BMC Vandal# p. 106, Metlich# 81, Ranieri# 81
5 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome) – obverse
5 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome) – reverse
5 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome)
(526-534)
Bronze – 1.55 g
BMC Vandal# p. 68, MIB I# 79, Metlich# 87, Ranieri# 285
10 Nummi - Baduila (Rome) – obverse
10 Nummi - Baduila (Rome) – reverse
10 Nummi - Baduila (Rome)
(449-452)
Bronze – 3.84 g – ø 16 mm
MEC# 157, BMC Vandal# 40, MIB I# 89, Metlich# 97, Kraus# 53
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person standing) – obverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person standing) – reverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person standing)
(526-534)
Bronze – 2.46 g – ø 17 mm
MEC# 132, BMC Vandal# p. 70, MIB I# 77, Metlich# 85
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person walking) – obverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person walking) – reverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome; person walking)
(526-534)
Bronze – 2.57 g – ø 17 mm
MEC# 132, BMC Vandal# 69, MIB I# 77, Metlich# 85a
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome) – obverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome) – reverse
10 Nummi - Athalaric (Rome)
(526-534)
Bronze – 4.09 g – ø 17 mm
MEC# 133, BMC Vandal# p. 68, MIB I# 78, Metlich# 86, Ranieri# 284
10 Nummi - Theodahad (Rome) – obverse
10 Nummi - Theodahad (Rome) – reverse
10 Nummi - Theodahad (Rome)
(534-536)
Bronze – 3.61 g – ø 18 mm
MEC# 144, BMC Vandal# 16, MIB I# 82, Metlich# 90, Kraus# 23
10 Nummi - Witigis (Ravenna) – obverse
10 Nummi - Witigis (Ravenna) – reverse
10 Nummi - Witigis (Ravenna)
(536-540)
Bronze – 3.63 g – ø 17 mm
BMC Vandal# p. 79, MIB I# 84, Demo# 223, Ranieri# 308

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