DO Seals 6 no. 36.3; Zacos–Veglery, no. 40a. For a similar specimen see Likhachev, Nekotorye, 531, fig. 66.
Half-length representation of Eirene, wearing a crown with double pendilia surmounted by a cross and triangular projections, and a loros. She holds a globus cruciger in her right hand and in her left a cross scepter. Circular inscription beginning at top left. Border of dots.
On her gold coins, the empress Eirene is represented wearing a loros and a crown surmounted by a cross, which is framed by two triangular projections (for example, DOC 3.1:1a.1 [pl. 15]). Depicted here is type L (on the crown types, see DOC 3.1: pp. 128 and 130).
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