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Eustratios (eleventh century, second half)

 
 

Obverse

Group of five medallions set against a cross decorated with fleurons. From the top left, across and down, St. Auxentios, St. Eugenios, St. Eustratios, St. Mardarios, and St. Orestes. Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of five lines, a cross between lines above. Border of dots.

  
ευστρ
τισφρ
γισμπεν
τσμρ
τυρν

Εὐστρατίου σφράγισμα πεντὰς μαρτύρων

Obverse

Group of five medallions set against a cross decorated with fleurons. From the top left, across and down, St. Auxentios, St. Eugenios, St. Eustratios, St. Mardarios, and St. Orestes. Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of five lines, a cross between lines above. Border of dots.

  
ευστρ
τισφρ
γισμπεν
τσμρ
τυρν

Εὐστρατίου σφράγισμα πεντὰς μαρτύρων

Accession number BZS.1951.31.5.403
Diameter 26.0 mm
Previous Editions

Cf. Wassiliou-Seibt, Siegel mit metrischen Legenden I, no. 828.

Translation

Εὐστρατίου σφράγισμα πεντὰς μαρτύρων.

The group of five martyrs marks the seal of Eustratios.

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