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South , Sovereign, 1931-SA, ICG MS62
0.2354 oz gold troy oz. gold net.SL27637. South
, Sovereign, 1931-SA, ICG MS62, SOLD
, c. 430 - c. 490 A.D.
, 68 - 72, pl. III, 35 - 36, F, 0.550 g, maximum 10.4 mm, 270o, N. mint, c. 430 - c. 490 A.D.; right or horse left; tree with fruit; SOLD
Vandal Kingdom, , Thrasamund, 496 - 523 A.D.
Under Thrasamund the Vandal kingdom declined and lost control of nearly all of modern Algeria to the Berbers. In his last year, the important city of was sacked. On the other hand, he maintained a firm grip on the heartland of the kingdom (modern Tunisia and eastern Algeria). He also ended many years of Christian persecution, which improved relations with the . ME35900. Bronze
, p. 418, 20, aF, 0.970 g, maximum 10.9 mm, 315o, mint, [DNRC], diademed right; standing left, in right; SOLD
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