Copper 12 nummi (dodecanummium) of Alexandria; emperor's name illegible but this style produced from c.525 to start of 7th century AD. The size of this example suggests a date c. 580-610. obverse: bust right, inscription illegible. reverse: large I B, separated by cross; in exergue, ALEX (in Greek capitals).
- Excavated/Findspot: Lachish
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Lachish)
- Diameter: 1.4 centimetres (maximum)
poor, chipped, cleaned.
From the Wellcome-Marston expedition of 1932-1938.
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Object reference number: WCO19036
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