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A.D. 423 - 457
Reverse Type 11
Latin or potent cross within wreath.

 

Æ 4

Rest of mints

MED

KAR

 


 
THEODOSIVS  II   VALENTINIANVS  III

 


Obverse legends:

HER, CONS, KYZ, NIK
DNTHEODO  SIVSPFAVG
TES, HER, CONS, KYZ, NIK, ANT, ALE
DNTHEODOSIVSPFAVG
Dominus Noster Theodosius
Pius Felix Augustus

 


Obverse legends:

KYZ
DNVALENTI  NIANOPFAVG
ROM, KYZ
DNVALENTINIANOPFAVG
Dominus Noster Valentiniano
Pius Felix Augustus

CONS
DNVALENTINIANVSPFAVG
Dominus Noster Valentinianus
Pius Felix Augustus


Reverse legends: Anepigraph (no legend)

 


 
BONIFATIVS   LEO  I

 


Obverse legends:

KAR
DOMINIS  NOSTRIS
Dominis Nostris
DOMINO  NOSTRO
Dominorum Nostrorum
DOMINORVM  NOSTRORV
Dominorum Nostrorum

 


Obverse legends:

MED
DNLEO [... ]
Dominus Noster Leo...


Reverse legends: Anepigraph (no legend)

 


Note: The coins cataloged in RIC X 3805-3819 are described by J. P. C. Kent (pp. 233-234) as possible coinage of Bonifatius in Carthago, during the usurpation of Iohannes (423-425). However, it is now believed that they are rather vandal coins, minted in 439-455, in the reign of Gaiseric (G. Bijovsky, 2014) or perhaps by his successor Huneric, between 477 and 484 (C. Morrison, 2010).


 

MINTS

MED, ROM, KAR, TES, HER, CONS, KYZ, NIK, ANT, ALE

 


 

DATE  OF  ISSUE

 
Years (A.D.)
  Rulers
  Mints
423 - 425 (?) Bonifatius (?) KAR
425 - 435 Theodosius II TES, HER, CONS, KYZ, NIK, ANT, ALE
440 - 455 Valentinianus III ROM, CONS, KYZ
457 Leo I MED

 


 

Additional information:
Helvetica´s Identification Coin Page, Esty Ancients Info & Cohen Online

 

 
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