Feb 15, 2005
Feb 15, 2005

Solidus of Maurice Tiberius

Solidus of Maurice Tiberius


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Diameter: 2.2 cm (7/8 in.)

Weight: 4.5 g (0.16 oz.)

Gift of Dr. Thomas S. and Marion Korllos 2004.150

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The solidus coin was first made in AD 301 in Rome.


This coin was minted by Maurice Tiberius, an emperor best known for his military prowess and his successes in the war against the Persians.

See also
MED - Byzantine
Medieval Art
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