Alexander and Constantine VII (912–13)
DO Seals 6 no. 55.1; Zacos–Veglery, no. 61.
Half-length representation of Christ, lightly bearded, wearing a tunic and himation. He raises his right hand in blessing and holds in his left a book with a cover decorated with five pellets, two above and below and one in the center. He has a cross behind his head. Remains of a circular inscription at right. Border of dots.
[Iηsus Xris]tus nica.
Constantine is associated with his uncle on this seal, unlike any of the coins from Alexander’s short reign.