Herakleios and Herakleios Constantine (613–ca. 616)
- Accession Number:
- BZS.1958.106.529 (formerly DO 58.106.529)
DO Seals 6, no. 13.2; Zacos–Veglery, no. 11b (slightly different reading of the inscription).
- 22 mm
- 11.88 g
Bust of the emperor Herakleios at left, with a short beard, and a tiny bust of Herakleios Constantine at right. Each wears a crown and chlamys. Herakleios wears his hair long at the sides and curled inward. A small cross is visible on top of Herakleios Constantine’s crown. A small cross appears in the upper field. Remains of a circular inscription at right. Border of dots.
[D(omini) n(ostri) Heraclius] et Hera(clius) Con[s(tantinus) p(er)p(etui) aug(usti)].
Domini nostri Heraclius et Heraclius Constantinus perpetui augusti.
Our lords Herakleios and Herakleios Constantine, eternal augusti.
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