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Constantine Koskinas (twelfth century, second half)

 
 

Obverse

Image of St. George standing, holding a spear with his right hand and a shield with his left. Details indistinct. No epigraphy visible. Indeterminate border.

Reverse

Inscription of four lines, a cross above. Border of dots.

  
σκεποισ
μεμ
ρ̣τυ.
κοσκιν.
κ̅ν

σκέποις με, μάρτυ[ς], Κοσκινᾶ[ν] Κων(σαντῖνον)

Obverse

Image of St. George standing, holding a spear with his right hand and a shield with his left. Details indistinct. No epigraphy visible. Indeterminate border.

Reverse

Inscription of four lines, a cross above. Border of dots.

  
σκεποισ
μεμ
ρ̣τυ.
κοσκιν.
κ̅ν

σκέποις με, μάρτυ[ς], Κοσκινᾶ[ν] Κων(σαντῖνον)

Accession number BZS.1947.2.1101
Diameter 19.0 mm
Previous Editions

Laurent, Vatican, 182; cf. Wassiliou-Seibt, Siegel mit metrischen Legenden II, no. 2076b.

Translation

σκέποις με, μάρτυς, Κοσκινᾶν Κωνσαντῖνον.

Martyr, may you protect me, Constantine Koskinas.

Commentary

The name Koskinas appears as Koskenas on the related seal noted in this entry.