Coins from the Suebi Kingdom

The Suebi were a Germanic people who established a kingdom in the northwest of the Iberian peninsula from 409 to 585. Their capital was Bracara, modern Braga, Portugal. Most of the known coins are imitations of solidus and tremissis in the name of the western Roman emperors Honorius and Valentinian III. The only own coins are a siliqua of the king Rechiar, and a solidus in the name of Honorius minted in Braga. There was also a coin attributed to king Andeca.
Wikidata: Q1048918

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Tremissis

1 Solidus = 3 Tremissis · 1 Tremissis = 8 Siliquas

Siliqua (Rechiar)
(448-456)

Silver (.965) • 1.4 g • ⌀ 18 mm
N# 166962
Tremissis (in the name of Valentinian III, with panels)
(425-455)

Gold • 1.2 g • ⌀ 15 mm
MEC I# 286-287, N# 124049
Tremissis (in the name of Honorius)
(450)

Gold • 1.2 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 151252
Tremissis (LATINA EMERI MVNITA)
(570-580)

Gold (.850) • 1.2 g • ⌀ 15 mm
MEC I# 293, N# 188225
Tremissis (LEIO IACOTIS MVNITA)
(583-585)

Gold (.685) • 1.2 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 188226
Tremissis (Audeca)
(584-585)

Gold • 1.9 g • ⌀ 15.5 mm
N# 167383
Solidus (in the name of Honorius, degenerated)
(418-476)

Gold (.708) • 3.65 g • ⌀ 19 mm
MEC I# 285, RIC X# 3786, N# 116543
Solidus (Braga)
(448-456)

Gold (.965) • 4.38 g
N# 222376

The Numista referees for coins of this issuer are sferreira and zegeri.

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