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Byzantine Coins  Popular
And the representation of the emperors in them.
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Byzantine Coins at Dumbarton Oaks  Popular
The collection of Byzantine coins at Dumbarton Oaks is one of the largest (ca. 12,000 coins), and certainly the most comprehensive, that exists. It was assembled in quite a short period of time, between 1947 and 1960.
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Mints of the Early Byzantine Empire  Popular
In the late Roman period, coins were minted in a number of cities, mainly because of the danger and cost of moving large quantities of precious metal from place to place.
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Uses of Coins  Popular
The use of coins welds together our whole life, and is the basis of all our transactions. Whenever anything is to be bought or sold, we do it all through coins. —John Chrysostom
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Christianization of the Coinage  Popular
Constantine's coinage reflects the syncretic and ambiguous nature of his religious beliefs: the image of the Sun God (Sol Invictus) continues until 325 and the emperor is occasionally shown with the radiate solar crown of Apollo, while Christian symbols are both rare and very discreet.
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Representations of Christ on Coins  Popular
The image of Christ did not appear on coins until the end of the 7th century when Justinian II (685–95) introduced on his solidi an impressive bearded Christ.
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Representations of the Virgin  Popular
The earliest representation of the Virgin on Byzantine coins occurred in the early 10th century.
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The Vikings and Money in England  Popular
Among the results of the Viking invasions of England was an enormous increase in the production of coins. Many of them ended up in Scandinavia. Indeed, far more English coins from that period have been found in Scandinavia than in England!
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English Royals 978 - Present  Popular
Any coins currently owned are kept in a bank safe deposit box.
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Coins of Late Anglo Saxons and Normans  Popular
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