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ANEPIGRAPH

SALVS  REIPVBLICE


A.D. 423 - 425
Reverse Type 173
Camp gate with three towers.


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BONIFATIVS

 

 

Obverse legends:

DOMINO  NOSTRO
Dominorum Nostrorum

Reverse legends:

Anepigraph (no legend)


Obverse legends:

DOMINIS  NOSTRIS
Dominis Nostris

Reverse legends:

SALVSREIPVBLICE
Salus Reipublicae

 


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

KAR

 


 

DATE  OF  ISSUE

 
Years (A.D.)
  Rulers
  Mints
423 - 425 (?) Bonifatius (?) KAR

 


 

Additional information: RIC X  p. 469

 

 
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