Constans II, Constantine IV, Herakleios, and Tiberios (663–68)
- Accession Number:
- BZS.1958.106.549 (formerly DO 58.106.549)
DO Seals 6, no. 21.1; for similar specimens see Zacos–Veglery, nos. 20a–b; Seibt, Bleisiegel, no. 14 (659–65); and Likhachev, “Nekotorye,” 516–17, figs. 42–45.
- 30 mm
- 27 mm
- 20.39 g
The Mother of God standing, wearing a chiton and maphorion, and holding Christ, who is framed by an oval mandorla, before her. A cross potent at left and right.
Four emperors standing. Each wears a crown with a cross and a chlamys, and holds a globus cruciger in his right hand. Constans II, the tallest figure, with a long beard and mustache, stands second from the left. On his right is Constantine IV, seemingly with a short beard. On the ends are two smaller figures, both beardless: Herakleios at left and Tiberios at right. Constans wears his hair long at the sides and curled, and his sidelocks are combed downward and outward. No epigraphy. Wreath border.
- Catalogue of Byzantine Seals at Dumbarton Oaks and in the Fogg Museum of Art, Volume 6: Emperors, Patriarchs of Constantinople, Addenda
- Byzantine Lead Seals, vol. 1
- Die byzantinischen Bleisiegel in Österreich, vol. 1, Kaiserhof
- Nekotorye stareishie tipy pechati vizantijskich imperatorov
- Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection, vol. 2, Phocas to Theodosius III (602–717)
- Moneta Imperii Byzantini, 3 vols.