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Coins from the Ostrogothic Kingdom

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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

AR Fractional Siliqua AD 491-518 Theodoric – obverse
AR Fractional Siliqua AD 491-518 Theodoric – reverse
AR Fractional Siliqua AD 491-518 Theodoric
(491-518)
Silver – 0.64 g – ø 15 mm
40 Nummi (Municiple coinage of Roma) – obverse
40 Nummi (Municiple coinage of Roma) – reverse
40 Nummi (Municiple coinage of Roma)
(493-553)
Bronze – 12.67 g
MEC# 100, BMC Vandal# 6
Quart de silique - Théodoric – obverse
Quart de silique - Théodoric – reverse
Quart de silique - Théodoric
(498-518)
Silver – 0.72 g – ø 9.5 mm
¼ Siliqua - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Ravenna) – obverse
¼ Siliqua - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Ravenna) – reverse
¼ Siliqua - Athalaric / In the name of Justinian I, 527-565 (Ravenna)
(527-534)
Silver – 0.49 g – ø 14.5 mm
BMC Vandal# 35, MIB# 542, MEC# 127

Numista referee for this country is Quiquengrogne.

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