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Ancient coinsOstrogothic Kingdom › City of Rome

After the establishment of the Ostrogothic Kingdom in 493, Rome did not face many changes. Theoderic (493-526) respected many of the already-existing Roman laws, not changing anything too majorly save to accommodate the new Ostrogothic ranking system. Altogether, the Ostrogoths and the Romans had mutual respect for each other. After the Byzantines declared war on the Ostrogothic Kingdom in 435, Rome switched between Ostrogothic and Byzantine rule a few times and faced many sieges, only to end up in the hands of the Byzantines in 554, when the Ostrogoths were officially defeated. Read more

See also: Ostrogothic Kingdom

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Nummus (463-553)

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 • ⌀ 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

Numista referee for this country is Sulfur.

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