, Justin I and Justinian I, 4 April - 1 August 527 A.D.
During Justin's reign (518–527), Justinian was the emperor's close confidant and was probably acting as a regent long before Justin made him co-emperor on 1 April 527. Justinian was appointed consul in 521 and later commander of the army of the east. As Justin became senile near the end of his reign, Justinian became the de facto ruler. Upon Justin's death on 1 August 527, Justinian became the sole sovereign.BZ83458. Bronze
, Justin I and Justinian I, April - 1 August 527 A.D.
This tiny bronze from Antioch is the last coin to depict the by Eutychides and, indeed, it is the last ancient coin to depict any classical deity. The sculpture, which first appeared on coins of Antioch in the second century B.C., was made in the late 4th Century B.C. by the Greek sculptor Eutychides of Sicyon for the then newly founded city of Antioch. The sculpture was imitated by many Asiatic cities. There is a small copy in the .BZ73040. Bronze
They look similar, but there is a significant physical difference between angels and . Angels are all male. ( ) is female. On coinage, the male angel replaced the female after the reunion with was concluded on 28 March 519 A.D.SH54778. Gold
, 2h, 38, 3, 1 - 6, 56, gVF, some die rust, wavy, 4.424 g, maximum 20.8 mm, 180o, 9th , Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, 522 - 527; D N IVSTI-NVS P P AVG, helmeted and facing, spear in right over shoulder, on left arm ornamented with horseman; Θ ( of the three emperors, 9th ), angel standing facing, long in right hand, in left hand, right, in ; SOLD
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