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Byzantine Coins from the 6th and the 7th Century Found in Poland and their East-Central European Context

Byzantine Coins from the 6th and the 7th Century Found in Poland and their East-Central European Context

By Maciej Salamon and M. Woloszyn

XIV International Economic History Congress (2006)

Introduction: In this paper we discuss coins from the 6th and 7th centuries, passing over the Pomeranian finds from the beginning of the 6th century. A small series of coins (up to 20 items; up to 14 locations) comes from the period that we are interested in. The coinage of Justinian I is clearly dominant (up to 13 items), coins of later rulers constitute issues of Justin II (2 items), Maurikios (1 item) and Heraclius (3 items); chronology of one coin has not been determined.

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