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Sealing; lead; incomplete; obverse, an incomplete cruciform monogram; inscription in three of the four angles; reverse, incomplete inscription in four lines.
- Diameter: 31 millimetres (max)
Inscription TransliterationTHEOTOKE BOÉTHEI
Inscription Positionobverse angles
Inscription TransliterationTÓ DU BÓ
Inscription TransliterationMARIANÓ KUBIKOV LARIÓ (?)
Note in register: the cruciform monogram with these letters in the four angles was at its most popular in this period; seals with this type of monogram decreased in the 2nd half of the 9thC, but survived until the 10thC.
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Object reference number: MCB3860
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