Constans II (647–51)
- Accession Number:
- BZS.1958.106.550 (formerly DO 58.106.550)
DO Seals 6, no. 19.2; Zacos–Veglery, no. 15a.
- 25 mm
- 18.07 g
The Mother of God standing, wearing a chiton and maphorion, and holding Christ, who is framed within an oval mandorla, before her. Her left leg is bent at the knee. A cross potent at left and right. No visible border.
Constans II standing, with a short beard and long hair at the sides curling outward. He wears a crown with a cross and a chlamys, and holds a globus cruciger in his right hand. His left leg is bent at the knee. A circular inscription beginning at left. No visible border.
D(ominus) n(oster) Constantinus p(er)p(etuus) aug(ustus).
Dominus noster Constantinus perpetuus augustus.
Our lord Constans, eternal augustus.
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