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George (eleventh/twelfth century)

 
 

Obverse

Standing figure of St. George holding a spear and shield. Sigla on either side: |Γ|Ε|Ρ|Γ,: ὁ ἅ(γιος) Γεώργ(ιος). Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of six lines beginning with a cross. Border of dots.

ΟΜ
ΝΥΜΟΥΝ
ΤΑΜΑΡΤΥˊ
ΕΝΠΑΣΙ
ΣΚΕΠΟΙ
Σ

ὁμωνυμοῦντα, μάρτυ(ς), ἐν πᾶσι σκέποις

Obverse

Standing figure of St. George holding a spear and shield. Sigla on either side: |Γ|Ε|Ρ|Γ,: ὁ ἅ(γιος) Γεώργ(ιος). Border of dots.

Reverse

Inscription of six lines beginning with a cross. Border of dots.

ΟΜ
ΝΥΜΟΥΝ
ΤΑΜΑΡΤΥˊ
ΕΝΠΑΣΙ
ΣΚΕΠΟΙ
Σ

ὁμωνυμοῦντα, μάρτυ(ς), ἐν πᾶσι σκέποις

Accession number BZS.1955.1.3690
Diameter 15.0 mm
Condition Corroded. This inscription has been edited with reference to the better preserved parallel cited in this entry.
Previous Editions

This inscription should be included in the entry published by Wassiliou-Seibt, Siegel mit metrischen Legenden II, no. 1648.

Translation

ὁμωνυμοῦντα μάρτυρον ἐν πᾶσι σκέποις.

Martyr, may you protect your namesake in all things.