Ancient Byzantine Coin

527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140

527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140
527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140
527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140
527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140
527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140

527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140

527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60. Flavius Anicius Justinianus, nephew of Emperor Justin, was born in 482 or 483 A. Although of obscure parentage, and indeed slave-born, he shared the success of his maternal uncle, Justin, being invited at an early age to Constantinople. When his uncle assumed the purple, in 518, he appointed Justinian commander-in-chief of the army of Asia.

In 521, he was named consul, and during the remaining years of the reign of his uncle he continued to exercise great influence. In 527 Justinian was proclaimed sole emperor, and crowned along with his wife, the famous Theodora his actress wife. His reign, which extends over thirty-eight years, is the most brilliant in the history of the late empire. Under the direction of his generals, and especially of the celebrated Narses and Belisarius, his reign may be said to have restored the Roman Empire, at least in outward appearance, to its ancient limits, and to have reunited the East and the West under a single rule. 527-538 AD EFJustinian I Gold Soldius LCGS 60.

Obv; Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger and shield. Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG followed by officina letter S, angel stg. Facing, holding long linear staff surmounted by staurogram, and globus cruciger, to r. LCGS rigorously checks the authenticity and they will not encapsulate any coins if they have any doubt as to its authenticity, so buyers of coins encapsulated by LCGS can rest assured that a professional third party company has authenticated the coin and graded it independently.

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1029 - 1035 EF King Cnut Silver Penny CGS 60. The CGS population report is correct when this coin was originally listed, it may become out of date as CGS grade new coins. Add a map to your own listings. The item "527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140" is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\Ancient\Byzantine".

The seller is "goldguineas" and is located in Devon. This item can be shipped worldwide.James Auction 16 17/4/2018 Lot 83

  • Metal: Gold

  • 527-538 AD EF Justinian I Gold Solidus CGS 60 Roman Byzantine Empire Sear 140