641 AD Constans II Gold Byzantine Solidus Sear 956. Constans II was Byzantine emperor from 641 to 668 AD. He was the son of Constantine III. Was also called Constans the bearded for some reason!Under Constans, the Byzantines completely withdrew from Egypt, and the Arabs launched numerous attacks on the islands of the Mediterranean Sea and Aegean Sea. Constans sent a fleet to attack the Arabs at Finike in 655, but was defeated. In 658 he defeated the Slavs on the Danube River, temporarily slowing their advance throughout the Balkans. In 661 he campaigned against the Lombards in Italy.
On September 15, 668 Constans was assassinated in his bathroom by his chamberlain. 641 AD A really nice AEF Constans II Gold Solidus Constantinople mint 4th officina LCGS 55. Obverse: Obv: Bearded bust facing, holding globus cruciger. Reverse: Cross on steps, officina s.
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The item "641 AD AEF Constans II Gold Byzantine Solidus Byzantine Empire Sear 956 CGS 55" is in sale since Sunday, May 26, 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.