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Epiphanios (seventh century)

 
 

Obverse

St. Theodore stabbing a snake with a cross-topped spear and balancing his shield against the ground. Palm tree at right. Wreath border.

Reverse

Cruciform monogram. In the upper quarters, crosses; in the lower quarters, stars. Wreath border.

α - ε - ι - ν - ο - ο - π - υ - φ

Ἐπιφανίου

Obverse

St. Theodore stabbing a snake with a cross-topped spear and balancing his shield against the ground. Palm tree at right. Wreath border.

Reverse

Cruciform monogram. In the upper quarters, crosses; in the lower quarters, stars. Wreath border.

α - ε - ι - ν - ο - ο - π - υ - φ

Ἐπιφανίου

Accession number BZS.1958.106.4220
Diameter 25.0 mm; field: 19.0 mm

Translation

Ἐπιφανίου.

(Seal of) Epiphanios.