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Romanos (eleventh century)

 
 

Obverse

Inscription of four lines, beginning with a cross. Decoration above. Border of dots.


ΡΜ,
ΝΤΟ̣
ΣΦΡ
ΓΙΣΜ,

Ῥωμ(α)νοῦ τὸ σφράγισμ(α)

Reverse

Inscription of two lines, with a decoration above and below. Border of dots.


ΤΝ
ΓΡΦ,

ΤΟΔΕ


τῶν γραφ(ῶν) τόδε

Obverse

Inscription of four lines, beginning with a cross. Decoration above. Border of dots.


ΡΜ,
ΝΤΟ̣
ΣΦΡ
ΓΙΣΜ,

Ῥωμ(α)νοῦ τὸ σφράγισμ(α)

Reverse

Inscription of two lines, with a decoration above and below. Border of dots.


ΤΝ
ΓΡΦ,

ΤΟΔΕ


τῶν γραφ(ῶν) τόδε

Accession number BZS.1955.1.3703
Diameter 13.0 mm; field: 9.0 mm

Translation

Ῥωμανοῦ τὸ σφράγισμα τῶν γραφῶν τόδε.

This is the seal of the correspondence of Romanos.

Commentary

Metrical inscription of twelve syllables which should be added to the corpus compiled by Wassiliou-Seibt.