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Coins from the Principality of Antioch

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Principality of Antioch was established during first Crusade in 1098 and lasted until 1268 when it was conquered by Mamluks. Read more

See also: Syria

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Principality of Antioch - Denier (1098-1268)

1 Denier - Bohemond III – obverse
1 Denier - Bohemond III – reverse
1 Denier - Bohemond III
(1149-1163)
Billon – 0.75 g – ø 16 mm
1 Denier - Bohemond III – obverse
1 Denier - Bohemond III – reverse
1 Denier - Bohemond III
(1163-1201)
Billon – 1 g – ø 18 mm
Pougeoise au Lys - Bohemond IV – obverse
Pougeoise au Lys - Bohemond IV – reverse
Pougeoise au Lys - Bohemond IV
(1201-1216)
Copper – 1.2 g – ø 17 mm
Follis - Roger de Salerno (3rd type) – obverse
Follis - Roger de Salerno (3rd type) – reverse
Follis - Roger de Salerno (3rd type)
(1112-1119)
Copper – 3.2 g – ø 22 mm
Fraction de denier au château – obverse
Fraction de denier au château – reverse
Fraction de denier au château
(1120-1140)
Copper – 0.8 g – ø 14 mm
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Beardless) – obverse
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Beardless) – reverse
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Beardless)
(1136-1149)
Billon – 1.3 g – ø 17 mm
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Long neck) – obverse
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Long neck) – reverse
Denier - Raymond de Poitiers (Long neck)
(1136-1149)
Silver – 1.1 g – ø 18 mm
Denier au S - Bohemond III Minorité – obverse
Denier au S - Bohemond III Minorité – reverse
Denier au S - Bohemond III Minorité
(1149-1163)
Copper – 0.7 g – ø 17 mm

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