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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BYZANTINE COIN HOARDS

By Sawyer McA. Mosser

PREFACE

The study of coin hoards, after years of comparative neglect, has recently been given increased attention by both numismatists and archaeologists. While Byzantine hoards have shared some part of this interest, attention shown them has not been proportionate to that shown in Greek and Roman hoards. In providing a tool whereby study of Byzantine coins may be facilitated, it is hoped that this compilation of references to coin hoards will serve to stimulate this interest.

While in its title this monograph is called a bibliography, it is more than a bibliography. Not only are references given to literature concerning hoards, but the contents, number of coins, probable date of burial, and the disposition of the coins are also noted. This information is frequently incomplete, since very few hoards have been published with any degree of fullness. Except for some of those for which the proportion of Byzantine coins is small, only 28 of the 355 entries herein listed have been hoards published with full description of their contents; Akebäck, Alexandria, Arta, Athens 1876–77, Chinon, Corinth (1), Cotrone, Cyprus 1858, Ephesus, 1917?, Escharen, Etelhem, Hon, Kalipetrovo, Khirbat Dubel, Lacco, Ameno, Mengen, Monte Roduni, Mt. Castro, Motta San Giovanni, Munningen, Ossi, Porto Torres, Reggio, Reno, Sardis, Sessa Aurunca, Unknown locality 1917, Unknown locality 1924, Unknown locality, Asia Minor? (4). Two factors of recent development should encourage more complete publication of future hoards, the need for which is quite evident. The lately displayed appreciation of the historical and economic importance of numismatic data from this period will probably result in a more careful study of such hoards. Likewise, the development of successful chemical and electrolytic methods of cleaning bronze issues of little value should, by counteracting their previous underestimation, bring about more accurate cataloging of Byzantine coins.

In addition to hoards concerning which information has already been published, the bibliography has widened its scope by the inclusion of certain unpublished hoards, forty-eight in all. Information concerning these latter has been received from those who have had access either to the hoards themselves, or to reliable data concerning them. Outstanding among these, in both number and importance, are the hoards examined and recorded at the Constantinople Museum during the past decade by Dr. Kurt Regling. Without Dr. Regling’s kind permission to include his copious notes, the bibliography would have been weakest at the very point most desirable for it to be strong. In the entry of each of these unpublished hoards, acknowledgment has been made to the person from whom the information was obtained.

The object has been to list hoards only, disregard- ing entirely sporadic finds. Because of the scanty detail in their reports it has not always been possible to establish whether many of the finds were true hoards. Rather than make omissions, any find which from the evidence appears to have been a hoard has been included. An exception has been made in the case of the coins found in the excavations at Corinth, Pergamum, Priene and Saqqara, which have been included to show how Byzantine coins occur in representative excavations for which there has been complete publication of their coins. It is encouraging to note that present day excavators are giving Byzantine coins the complete treatment in their reports which they deserve.

Warwick Wroth’s Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum has been followed in considering the coins of Anastasius as the earlier limit of Byzantine numismatics. Had those of Arcadius been used for the earlier limit, the bibliography would have bulked large with hoards mostly of late Roman coins and would thus have been less purely Byzantine. Consequently, only those hoards have been included which contain one or more coins of the emperors beginning with Anastasius; of the rulers covered in Wroth’s Catalogue of the Vandals, Ostrogoths and Lombards; or of barbaric imitations.

The arrangement of material is the same as that used in Sydney P. Noe’s Bibliography of Greek Coin Hoards (Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 25). Each hoard is listed alphabetically under the name of the place where it was reported to have been found. The form of Place-Name followed is that used in the note or article from which the data were obtained. This may at times give rise to some confusion; e.g., in the case of a German transliteration of a Russian place-name for the English reader and vice versa for the German reader. Following the place-name, the date of the find has been given whenever possible.

As so few Byzantine hoards have been studied and published thoroughly, the probable date of Burial has not often been assigned. When the date has been assigned in the publication of a hoard, it has been noted. No attempt, however, has been made to assign dates where they are lacking. When lacking, a blank space has been left for the convenience of the student wishing to supply it. Opposite the burial date is given the number of coins found and the metal.

The Contents of the hoard are listed chronologically according to the emperors represented therein. Because burial dates are furnished for so few hoards, the dates of the earliest and latest emperors in the list are supplied in parentheses. Wroth’s Catalogue has been followed in supplying these dates as well as in determining other details in the listing; e.g., the numbering of the Constantines which varies from that of Sabatier and other writers. Non-Byzantine coins are generally grouped under the names of the districts of their origin. The method of this general grouping has not always been consistent. In most cases the designation for the grouping has been that used in the literature consulted. For example, both the loose and indefinite classifications “Cufic” and “Arabic” will be found in the listings, although they have been combined in the geographical index under Arabic.

Under Disposition the collection in which the coins were deposited is noted.

The bibliography on the hoard follows next. In the listing of references, it has been thought better to be inclusive of all rather than omit one which might be of unforseen usefulness. Under the same hoard there may be several references containing identical data. All have been listed to cover the possibility that some one may be unavailable to the student using the bibliography. In a few cases references have been included which up to the time of publication were not available for checking. For each of these, however, at least one other reference has been checked. Abbreviation has been used sparingly to facilitate the finding of references. The extent of the reference and the presence of illustrations, whether in text or on plates, has been indicated.

Two Indexes have been supplied to facilitate use of the material. The first is of the emperors represented in the finds. Under the name of each emperor will be found the place-names of the hoards containing his coins. In addition to the entries by emperors’ names there will be found several general groupings; e.g., Byzantine (General), Anonymous, Arabic, Barbaric Imitations, Vandalic, etc., under which are listed the place-names of those hoards for which some items of the contents have not been given in greater detail. The second index is of hoards according to their geographical location. Under the name of each country the hoards found within its limits are listed according to place-name and date of discovery.

At the end of the book there is a brief list of literature containing data on sporadic finds. No claim for completeness is made for this list; its sole purpose is to be suggestive.

A great portion of the results in this work have been accomplished only through the assistance of others, either in helping to locate elusive references or in supplying material hitherto unpublished. To all thus assisting gratitude is cordially expressed. Of these Dr. N. A. Mouchmoff was especially helpful in supplying a French translation of material published in the Bulgarian language. From Dr. Kurt Regling, Dr. Katherine M. Edwards, Prof. David M. Robinson, Mr. J. G. Milne, Mr. Th. Lotonri, Mr. K. Konstantopoulos, Mr. Th. Gerassimov and Mr. E. T. Newell, data have been received on unpublished hoards, the inclusion of which greatly enhances the value of the bibliography. Above all appreciation must be expressed to the Secretary of the American Numismatic Society, Mr. Sydney P. Noe, for constant advice and guidance and for his fruitful correspondence in behalf of the bibliography.

Sawyer McA. Mosser.

ABBREVIATIONS

c. Circa. sol. Solidus.
kilo. Kilogram. trem. Tremissis.
sem. Semissis. w. With.

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BYZANTINE COIN HOARDS

Adana, Cilicia, Asia Minor.

Burial— 6 

John II Comnenus, 1118–1143 (Wroth LXVII, 1, 2; LXVIII, 1) 5 sol., (Wroth LXVIII, 2), 1 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Aglen, Bulgaria, 1912.

Burial— c.l kilo. Æ

Michael VIII Palaeologus (1261–1282); Andronicus II Palaeologus (1282–1328).

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, III, 1912–13, p. 333. (Bulgarian text.)

Akalan, Bulgaria, 1913.

Burial—613–641 A.D. 420  2 image

Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 3; Remainder of Phocas I and Heraclius I (610–641).

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulg., III, 1912–13, p. 324.

Filow, B. Arch. Anz., 1914, col. 417–418.

A. J. A., XIX, 1915, p. 83.

Akebäck, Gotland, Sweden, 1929.

Burial— 22 

Solidi of: Honorius (395–423), 2; Placidius Valentinian, 3; Marcianus, 2; Zeno, 1; Anastasius, 7; Justinian (527–565), 6; Merovingian of Theodobert (511–534), 1; and 15 gold fragments.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Arné, T. J. Deux nouvelles découvertes de solidi en Gotland. Acta Archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 1–28, illus. Bolin, S. Germania, XV, 1931, p. 268–276.

Årsbok. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antiksakademiens, 1930–32, p. XCVI.

Akhaltsykh, Transcaucasia, 1906.

Burial— +5 

A number of solidi, 5 of which were of Constantine VII, 913–959 (DeSaulcy, pl. XXIII, 7).

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 93.

Alaya, Cilicia, Asia Minor.

Burial— 49 

Zeno (474–491), 36 sol., 3 trem.; Anastasius I (491–518), 10 sol. All in mint state.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Alexanderhof, Brandenburg, Germany, 1901.

Burial— 1490 grm. image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1 broken; Nicephorus II, 1; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1 broken; Arabic (908–976), Italian, English, and German.

Disposition: Prenzlau Museum.

Bahrfeldt, E. and Mieck, A. Der hacksilber Fund von Alexanderhof. Prenzlau, 1902.

Bahrfeldt, E. Der hacksilber Fund von Alexanderhof. Berliner Münzblätter, 1903, p. 211–214, 235–237, 270–271, etc.

Alexandria, (Chatby), Egypt, 1903.

Burial— 191  1 image

Constantius II (323–361), 1 sol.; Valentinian, 3 sol.; Valens, 3 sol.; Gratian, 1 sol.; Justin I, 3 sem., 9 trem.; Justinian I, 4 sol., 3 sem.; Justin II, 9 sol.; Tiberius II Constantine, 2 sol., 2 sem., 32 trem.; Maurice Tiberius, 43 sol., 5 sem., 2 trem.; Phocas, 21 sol., 13 sem., 24 trem.; Heraclius (610–641), 13 sol., 1 sem., 4 trem.; Heraclius (631) Cons., 3 sol., 1 sem., 4 trem.; Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine, 1 sol.; Heraclius w. Heraclonas, 1 sol.; indecipherable, 1 sol.; Unidentified  piece, 1.

Disposition: Alexandria Museum.

Dutilh, E. D. J. Une trouvaille de 191 monnaies d’or byzantins et d’une pièce en argent. Rev. Belge, 1905, p. 155–164, illus.

Alexandropol, Transcaucasia , 1878?

Burial— 27 

Byzantine coins of 11th cent. found in a ditch.

Disposition:

Stroganoff, S. Rapports commiss. imp. arch. (St. Petersburg), 1878–79, p. xl.

Alise-Saint-Reine, Cote D’Or, France, 1804.

Burial— c.300 ?

Solidi and tremissi of Leo (457–474); Zeno; Anastasius; Justin; Justinian (527–565); Theodebert (King of Austrasia, 534–548)

Disposition:

Testart, Gaston. Les anciennes fouilles du Mont-Auxois. Pro Alesia, 1907–08, p. 260–268, pl. XXXVI & p. 293.

Revue numismatique, 1908, p. 291. (Bibliog. note concerning above ref.)

Alishar, Anatolia, Asia Minor, 1930.

Burial— c.527 A.D.

3 Æ

Folles of Justin I, 518–527 (Wroth, pl. III, 5), 2; (Wroth, pl. IV, 1), 1.

Disposition:

Newell, E. T. (In Alishar Huyuk. Seasons of 1930–32. Oriental Institute Publication.)

Allmänninge, Gestrikland, Sweden, 1836.

Burial— 13 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Anglo-Saxon, 3; Anglo-Norman, 2; Swedish, 1; German, 1; Cufic, 5. Found with various objects of jewelry.

Disposition: Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm, acq. portion.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i Syenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xxxii.

Almindingen, Bornholm, Denmark.

Burial— 6 

Solidi of Theodosius II (408–450), 2; Valentinian III, 1; Anastasius I (491–518), 2; barbaric imitation, 1.

Disposition:

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 354, No. 167.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 145. Lund, 1926.

Althöfchen, (Posen), Poland, 1872.

Burial— c.1012.

+1026 image

Western European, +1000; Nicephorus II Phocas (963–969), 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 3; Cufic, 22.

Disposition:

Grote, H. Münzstudien, VIII, 1877, p. 267.

Zeit. f. Num., XV, 1887, p. 173.

Dannenburg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der säch- sischen und fränkischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 49.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 117, no. 7.

Amorgos, 1909.

Burial— 91 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180), 41; Isaac II Angelus, 24; Alexius III Angelus, 21; Theodorus Comnenus, Despot of Epirus (1214–1230), 1; Uncertain, 2; Barbaric, 2.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Jour. Int. d’Arch. Num., XIII, 1911, p. 71–72.

Anchialus, Bulgaria, 1912.

Burial— 1  6 Æ

Justinian (527–565), 1 trem.; Anastasius II (713–716), 1 Æ; others of 5th to 6th cent., 4 Æ; Roman (Antoninus and Crispa), 2 Æ.

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, III, 1912–13, p. 336.

Seure, G. Monnaies antiques en Bulgarie. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 19.

Ani, Kars, Transcaucasia.

Burial— 608 Æ

Anonymous Byzantine with four-line inscriptions.

Disposition: Museum of Ani.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 50, no. 106.

Antinoe, Egypt, 1914. (1)

Burial— 110 Æ

Justinian I, 527–565 (Wroth, nos. 342–6), 31; (Wroth, 247–8), 1; Justin I (Wroth, 241–6), 12; Tiberius II (Wroth, 132–5), 4; (Wroth, 136–41), 6; (Wroth, 142–5), 4; Maurice Tiberius (Wroth, 220–7), 19; Phocas? (Wroth, 123–34), 11; Heraclius I, 610–641 A.D. (Wroth, 289–96), 8; Indeterminate of IB types, 13; pierced coin of Constantius II. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Ashmolean and Manchester Museums acq. portions.

Note supplied by J. G. Milne.

Antinoe, Egypt, 1914. (2)

Burial— 13 Æ

Justin II, 565–578 (Wroth, nos. 241–2), 1; Maurice Tiberius? (Wroth, 223?), 1; Heraclius I (610–641) (Wroth, 288), 3; barbarous (Wroth, Phocas, nos. 123–34), 4; Illegible, 3; Arabic (Omayyad), 1. (Found together during excavations)

Disposition:

Note by J. G. Milne.

Arkesine, Amorgos, c.1900.

Burial— 60 

Constantine IV Pogonatus, Heraclius w. Tiberius (668–680?), 52 sol.; Constantine IV Pogonatus (669–685), 8 sem.

Disposition:

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. d’Arch. Num., IV, 1901, p. 90–92.

Bull. Int. Num. I, 1902, p. 10.

Arta, Epirus, Greece.

Burial— 1259–60 A.D.

74 Æ

Michael II (or I) of Epirus (1237–1271), 6; Manuel Angelus of Thessalonica (or Epirus), 1; Manuel Angelus or Theodore Angelus of Thessalonica (or Epirus), 1; Manuel (or Theodore) Angelus of Thessalonica, 1; John Angelus of Thessalonica, 4; Michael II of Epirus, 16; Michael II w. Nicephorus of Epirus, 1; John I Vatatzes of Thessalonica, 10; John Vatatzes? of Nicaea, 2; Theodore Angelus of Thessalonica, 8; Michael VIII Palaeologus of Nicaea or Constantinople (1259–1282), 3; Manuel Angelus? of Thessalonica, 2; Theodore II of Nicaea, 1; John I Vatatzes of Thessalonica, 6; Michael VIII Palaeologus (1259–1260-1) of Thessalonica, 7.

Disposition: British Museum.

Mattingly, H. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 31–46, pl. III.

Athens, Greece, 1876–1877.

Burial— 234 

Phocas (602–610) 1 trem.; Heraclius I w. Heraclius Constantine, 37 sol.; Heraclius Constantine, 4 sem., 15 trem.; Constans II, 3 sol.; Constans II w. Constantine Pogonatus, 38 sol. ; Constans II, Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, and Tiberius, 99 sol. ; Constans II (641–668) 16 sem., 21 trem. Three finds during excavation of sanctuary of Asclepius.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. d’Arch. Num., VII, 1904, p. 143–160, pl. VI–VII.

Athens (Dipylon), Greece, 1908.

Burial— 598 Æ

Justinian I (527–565), 41; Justin II w. Sophia (565–578), 85; Badly worn small pieces of late Roman and early Byzantine emperors (especially Justinian I), 472.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Jour. Int. d’Arch. Num., XII, 1909–10, p. 6–9.

Athens, Greece, 1928.

Burial— 10 

Solidi of John II Comnenus (1118–1143).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Aydin Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 59 

Anastasius I (491–518), 1 trem.; Phocas (Wroth, XX, 4, 5; ϵ), 1 sol.; Heraclius I (Wroth XXIII, 2, 3; ϵ), 5 sol.; Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine, 613–641 (Wroth XXIII, 6–8; B, ∆, ϵ, S, Z, H, θ, I, III, lθ and uncertain), 52 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Aytoska Banja, Bulgaria, 1911.

Burial— 2914

48 Byzantine: Theodosius II (408–450) 4; Marcianus, 1; Justin I, 1; Justinian, 1; Uncertain of 5th–6th cent., 30; John Zimisces, 1; Remainder Greek and Roman. Not a hoard. Cf. Noe: Bibliography of Greek Coin Hoards. New York, 1925. p. 33.

Disposition: National Museum, Sofia, acq. many.

Arch. Anz., 1911, col. 348–356.

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 19.

Bull. soc. arch. bulgare II, 1911, p. 283–4.

Bagarentzi, Bulgaria, 1926.

Burial— c.2 kilo. Æ

Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 323. (Bulgarian text.)

Balabur, Lencaran, Baku, Transcaucasia, 1909?

Burial—  image

Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118); Remainder unknown.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 99.

Bania, Bulgaria, 1926.

Burial— 40  600 grm. Æ

Solidi of Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Andronicus I Comnenus; Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195); 600 grms. Æ of same period.

Disposition: Carlovo Museum.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 325. (Bulgarian text.)

Batcun, Bulgaria, 1922?

Burial— +10 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Alexius I Comnenus; Andronicus I Comnenus (1184–1185).

Disposition: Sofia acq. 10.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 243. (Bulgarian text.)

Batum, Georgia, Transcaucasia.

Burial— 4 

Justinian I, 4 sol.

Disposition:

Arne, T. J. Acta archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 19.

Vasmer, R. R. Spisok monetnyh nakhodok, II (Soobsenija aimk).

Bela-Cerkva, Bulgaria, 1934.

Burial— 116  1 image

John II Comnenus (1118–1143), 22; Andronicus II w. Michael IX (1295–1320), 94; Svetoslav (Bulgarian King, 1295–1322), 1AR.

Disposition:

Note by Th. Gerassimov.

Benevento, Italy.

Burial— 72 

Zeno (474–491), 1 sol.; Anastasius, 12 sol.; Justin I, 2 sol., 2 trem.; Justinian I (527–565), 7 sol., 47 trem.; Unidentified, 1.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Ripostigli di monete di oro bizantine, medievali e moderne rinvenuti in Italia. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., vol. 5, p. 160.

Not. Scav., 1889, p. 87–88.

Beth-Shan, Palestine, 1930.

Burial— 10 

Maurice Tiberius (582–602); Phocas; Heraclius I (610–641). Found with gold chain and bracelet and bronze censer.

Disposition:

Quart. Statement Palestine Explor. Fund, 1931, p. 68.

Bieloiarovka, Taganrog, Russia, 1913.

Burial— 50 

Solidi of Justinian (527–565).

Disposition:

Arne, T. J. Acta Archaeologica, Vol. II, 1931, p. 19.

Tolstoi, I. I. Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm., 1913–1915, p. 204.

Biesenbrow, Brandenburg, Germany.

Burial— 200 

Of those examined 50 were of Arcadius, Theodosius, Leo, Zeno, Anastasius, Justin, and Justinian.

Disposition: Berlin acq. some. Rest dispersed.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Bilagor I, p. 64. Lund, 1926.

Numismatische Zeitung, 1864, p. 44.

Zeit. f. Ethnologie, 1885, pp. 24, 275; 1872, p. 167.

Märkische Forschungen, VII, p. 107.

Biisk, Tomsk, Siberia.

Burial— 8

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. Transactions of the State Acad. for Hist. of Material Culture, I, Leningrad, 1926, p. 293.

Bjärby, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 723 whole 96 broken image

Byzantine, 3; Western European, 706 whole, 61 broken; Cufic, 14 whole, 35 broken. Latest of 1002/3 A.D.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 79, no. 153.

Boli (Anc. Claudiopolis Bithyniae), Asia Minor.

Burial— 7 

Romanus IV w. Eudocia, 1067–1071 (Wroth LXI, 11, 12), 6 sol.; Nicephorus III, 1078–1081 (Wroth LXIII, 6, 7), 1 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Bornholm, Denmark.

Burial— 29 

Placidia (395–423); Valentinian III; Glycerius; Theodosius II; Martianus; Leo I; Zeno; Anastasius I (491–518).

Disposition:

Veltman, H. Funde von Römermünzen im freien Germanien. Osnabruck, 1886. p. 103.

Regling, K. Der Dortmunder Fund römischer Goldmünzen. Dortmund, 1908. p. 13, note 10.

Borovskaja, Peterhof, Russia, 1846.

Burial— c.1040 A.D.

c.4000 image

Arabic (838–1012), several hundred; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 10; Anglo-Saxon of 10th—11th century, 700–800; German of 10th—11th century, 1500.

Disposition:

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIX, 1929, p. 78–79.

Bull, hist.-phil. Acad. imp. des Sciences, St. Petersburg, IV, 1846, p. 205–206, 352.

Mem. Soc. d’arch. et num. de St. Petersbourg, I, 1847, p. 170–172; III, p. 366.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 30, no. 175; p. 59, no. 10.

Botels I Hafdems, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— c.2300 image

Cufic (715–766), 222 whole, 2046 broken; Romanus I, Constantine VII, Stephen and Constantine, 1; Constantine VII w. Romanus II, 8 whole, 6 broken; German Cologne, Mainz, Regensburg, Strassburg (936–1002), 28; Found with silver jewelry.

Disposition:

Tegner, E. and Hildebrand, H. Manadsblad, 1883, p. 97–122.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient, d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3. Baku, 1926. p. 85, no. 286.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 36–37.

Boters, Gotland, Sweden, 1860.

Burial— 566 whole 321 broken image

Western European, 14; Constantine VII w. Romanus II and John I Zimisces, 9; Cufic, 543 whole, 321 broken. Latest coins of John I Zimisces (969–976).

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Tornberg, C. J. Symbolae ad rem numarium muhammedanorum (Nova acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsaliensis, ser. III, 1853–1862), IV, p. 8.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 77, no. 137.

Botevo, Bulgaria, 1904.

Burial— 738 Æ

Comneni emperors, 11th century.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 36. (Bulgarian text.)

Bou-Arada, Algeria, Africa, 1903.

Burial— +12

Byzantine of 7th century.

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis, acq. 12.

Bull. arch. du comité, 1925, p. lxxxiii, note 3.

Bresin, Grenzmark, Germany, 1795.

Burial— 150 

Solidi of Marcianus, Zeno, Leo I, Theodosius II, Basiliscus and Anastasius (491–518). About ninetenths of Anastasius.

Disposition:

Jahrb. Verein f. Mecklenburg. Gesch. u. Altertumskunde, Schwerin, XXXVIII, 1873, Q 4, p. 13.

Zeit. f. Ethnologie, 1872, p. 163.

Levesow, H. Berlin Akad. d. Wissensch., Hist.-Phil. Klasse, 1833–34, p. 182.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 102.

Broa, Gotland, Sweden , 1913.

Burial— 132 image

Arabic, 116; German, 14; Ang’o-Saxon, 1; Byzantine, 1; found with gold bar and various silver objects.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, VIII, 1913. Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 272–273.

Broby, Södermannland, Sweden , 1816–17.

Burial— (2 Finds) 431 image

Nicephorus II Phocas (963–969), 1 fragment; Anglo-Saxon, 224; Irish, 7; Swedish, 2; German, 190; Cufic, 1 whole, 6 broken.

Disposition: Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xxxviii.

Brusa, Asia Minor.

Burial— 344 Æ

Manuel I, 1143–1180 (Wroth LXX, 4) 3, (Sabatier LVI, 1; possibly Manuel of Thessalonica?), 2; Isaac II (Wroth LXXII, 5, 6), 2. Alexius III (Wroth LXXIII, 7–12), 33. Theodore I of Nicaea, 1204–1222 (Wroth, Vandals, XXVIII, 6–9) 40, (Not in Wroth) 259. Uncertain, 5.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Brzovitza, Bulgaria , 1926.

Burial— 5 

Leo I (457–474), 1; Zeno, 3; Anastasius I (491–518), 1. Found in a lead box.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 323. (Bulgarian text.)

Bucharest (Strada Armazulin), Rumania , 1920.

Burial— 9 Æ scyphate

Alexius I (1081–1118) and Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180).

Disposition: Academia Romane.

Note by Const. Moisil.

Bucharest, Rumania , 1929.

Burial— 13 Æ

Justin II w. Sophia (565–578); Tiberius II Constantine (578–582).

Disposition: Academia Romana.

Note by Const. Moisil.

Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy.

Burial— 100 Æ

Coins in bad state of preservation. Possible to assign 2 to Claudius Gothicus and 2 to an anonymous Carthaginian Vandalicking (Sabat., Mon. Byz., p. 221, no. 7, pl. XX, no. 21).

Disposition:

Not. Scav., 1897, p. 439.

Campobello, Trapani, Italy.

Burial— 

Honorius, Theodosius II (408–450); a number of Byzantine  from 2nd half of 7th to 8th cent.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Ripostigli di monete di oro bizantine, medievali e moderne rinvenuti in Italia. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 161.

Not. Scav., 1878, p. 176.

Caparelli, Arcadia, Greece , 1927.

Burial— 150 Æ

121 of John II Comnenus (1118–1143); Manuel I Comnenus; Andronicus Comnenus; John Angelus (1232–1243); 29 worn pieces of the Comneni.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Carlovo, Bulgaria , 1899.

Burial— 6 

Andronicus IIPalaeologus (1282–1328).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 22. (Bulgarian text.)

Cartai, Bulgaria , 1914.

Burial— 100 Æ

Comneni emperors, 11th cent.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 274, note 69. (Bulgarian text.)

Carthage, Africa , c.1872.

Burial— 80 

Byzantine solidi.

Disposition:

Delattre, R. P. Memoires Soc. archeol. de Constantine, XXXV, 1901, p. 181 ff.

Comptes-rendus Acad. inscr. et belles-lettres, 1902, p. 548.

Carthage, Africa , c.1887.

Burial— 3418 Æ

Vandalic.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., XXVI, 1913, p. 529.

Delattre, R. P. Memoires Soc. archeol. de Constantine, XXXV, 1901, p. 181 ff.

Comptes-rendus Acad. inscr. et belles-lettres, 1902, p. 548.

Wroth, W. B. M. Cat., Vandals etc., p. xix, note 3.

Carthage, Africa, 1898?

Burial— 

Small Byzantine gold pieces.

Disposition:

Delattre, R. P. Memoires Soc. archeol. de Constantine, XXXV, 1901, p. 181 ff.

Comptes-rendus Acad. inscr. et belles-lettres, 1902, p. 548.

Carthage, Africa , 1900.

Burial— c.692 A.D. 200? 

Heraclius I (610–641); Constans II; Constantine IV Pogonatus (668–685).

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bar do, Tunis, acq. 23.

Gauckler, M. Bull. arch. du comité, 1900, p. cxlvii–cxlviii.

Bull. arch. du comité, 1925, p. lxxxiii, note 3.

Caseburg auf Usedom, Pommern, Germany , 1864.

Burial— 21  2 image

Cufic (718–907), 2 image; Honorius (395–423), 1; Theodosius II, 1; Leo I, 1; Anastasius I (491–518), 1. Scattered near the same spot 16 Byzantine  found in 1864.

Disposition:

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1865, p. 7.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 94.

Cazitchane, Bulgaria, 1912?

Burial— 1image. 7 Æ

Theophilus (829–842), 1 Æ; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1 Æ; Urosh of Serbia (1242–1276), 1 image; Worn Roman, 5 Æ; 1 silver earring. Found in tomb.

Disposition: Sofia.

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, III, 1912–13, p. 330–331. (Bulgarian text.)

Cernea-Nemteascia, see Nemet-Csemya.

Chatalja, Constantinople Vilayet, Turkey in Europe.

Burial— 152 

Tiberius II Constantine, 578–582 (Wroth XIII, 17; є), 1 sol.; Maurice Tiberius (Wroth XVII, 3; B, H, θ), 4 sol.; Phocas (Wroth XX, 4, 5; AUCU or AVGG, B, Γ, Δ, є, Z, H, θ, I), 26 sol.; Heraclius I (Wroth XXIII, 2, 3; AUCU, є or I), 18 sol.; Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine, 613–641 (Wroth XXIII, 4–8; A, B, є, S, Z, H, θ, I and uncertain), 103 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Chatby Hoard, see Alexandria , 1903.

Chinon, France , 1881.

Burial— c.518–527 A.D. 81 

Barbaric imitations of Zeno (474–491), 1; Anastasius I, 70; Justin I (518–527), 10.

Disposition: Ernest Gabriel.

Robert, Ch. Trésor de Chinon. Annuaire Soc. fran. num. et d’arch., VI, 1882–83, p. 164–178, pl. IV.

Rev. Arch., 1883, p. 378 (Review of above).

Blanchet, A. Les trésors de monnaies romaines et les invasions germaniques en Gaule. Paris, 1900. No. 503. p. 226.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 172.

Rev. Num., 1929, p. 111.

Chrysso (near Delphi), Greece, 1929?

Burial— 560 image

Frankish of G. de Villehardouin (1245–1278), Charles I d’Anjou, Charles II d’Anjou, Florence de Hainant, Isabelle de Villehardouin, Philip of Savoy, Philip of Tarentum; Dukes of Athens, Guillaume de la Roche, Guy de la Roche; Byzantine of John II Angelos Comnenus (1303–1318).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Bull. corr. hell., vol. 53, 1929, p. 492–93.

Cittanuova, Italy, 1923?

Burial— Æ

Leo VI (886–912); Theodora, daughter of Constantine VIII (1055–1056).

Disposition:

Not. Scav., 1924, p. 104.

Clausholm, Estonia , 1880.

Burial— 553 image

Byzantine, 2; Western European, 525; Cufic, 26.

Disposition: Arensburg Museum.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Frank, H. Die baltisch-arabischen Fundmünzen. (Mitteil. aus dem Gebiete der Gesch. Liv-, Est-, und Kurlands, XVIII. Riga, 1908.) p. 393.

Coïno, Bulgaria , 1930.

Burial— c.2000 Æ

Pot hoard of Comneni emperors, 11th cent.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, VI, 1929–30, p. 317. (Bulgarian text.)

Constantinople, Turkey, 1910?

Burial— 2 Æ

Maurice Tiberius, 582–602, (Sabatier Pl. XXIV, 18); Theophilus, 829–842, (Sabatier Pl. XLIII, 14).

Disposition:

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1910, p. 177.

Corinth, Greece.

Burial— 478 Æ

Greek of 4th to 3rd cent. B.C., 3; Late Roman from Claudius II to Leo I, 360; Justinian I (518–527), 1; Uncertain of 4th to 5th cent., 114.

Disposition:

Num. Chron., 1931, p. 229–233.

Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929 (1).

Burial— 74 Æ

Isaac I (1057–1059) 70 Æ; 4 uncertain.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Edwards, Katharine M. Corinth; Results of excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. VI: Coins, 1896–1929. Cambridge, Mass., 1933. p. 12, 140, pl. X.

Corinth Excavations, Greece, 1896–1929 (2).

Burial— Not a hoard. 5623

Anastasius I, 7; Justin I, 8; Justinian I, 40; Justin II, 85; Tiberius II, 16; Maurice Tiberius, 9; Phocas, 18; Heraclius, 9; Constans II, 37; Constantine IV, 1; Constantine V, 1; Leo IV, 2; Nicephorus I, 2; Michael I, 1; Michael II, 2; Theophilus, 24; Michael III, 4; Basil I, 50; Leo VI, 158; Constantine VII w. family, 545; Nicephorus II, 37; John I Zimisces, Basil II w. Constantine VIII, and Romanus III, 825; Michael IV, 154; Constantine IX, 96; Theodora, 18; Michael VI, 54; Isaac I, 148; Constantine X, 20; Romanus IV, 21; Michael VII, 69; Nicephorus III, 315; Alexius I, 1080; John II, 138; Manuel I, 1509; Andronicus I, 19; Isaac II, 30; Alexius III, 27; Michael VIII, 1; John VIII, 1: Thessalonica —Theodore Angelus Comnenus, 2; Manuel Angelus Comnenus, 2; John I Vatatzes?, 1: NicaeaTheodore I Lascaris, 9; John I Vatatzes, 8; Theodore II Lascaris, 1: Neopatras—John I Angelus Comnenus, 3; Princes of Antioch—Tancred, 2; Uncertain late Byzantine, 14; Non-imperial Byzantine, 42.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Edwards, Katharine M. Corinth; Results of excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. VI: Coins, 1896–1929. Cambridge, Mass., 1933. p. 121–151, 165–166, pl. X.

Bellinger, A. R. Catalogue of the coins found at Corinth, 1925. New Haven, 1930. p. 45–71, pl. II.

Bellinger, A. R. The anonymous Byzantine bronze coinage. New York, 1928. (Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 35.)

Corinth, Greece , 1933.

Burial—

Large number of Frankish; John I Vatatzes of Nicaea? (1222–1254), 1. Found during American School Excavations.

Disposition:

Note by Dr. Katherine M. Edwards. To be published in Corinth Excavation Reports.

Corinth (Old), Greece , 1934. (1)

Burial— Soon after 921 A.D. lll Æ

Romanus I, 919–944 (Wroth LII, 9–11), 111. Found during American School Excavations.

Disposition: Corinth Museum.

Note by Dr. Katherine M. Edwards. To be published in Corinth Excavation Reports.

Corinth (Old), Greece , 1934. (2)

Burial— 1081–1118 A.D. 87 Æ

Leo VI, 886–912 (Wroth LI, 13), 1; Theodora (Wroth LX, 15, 16. Isaac I), 1; Nicephorus III (Wroth LXIII, 9), 11; Alexius I, 1081–1118 (Wroth LXV, 12) 5, (Wroth LXV, 18–22) 34, (Edwards, K. M. Corinth Excavations. Vol. VI, Coins, 1896–1929. pl. X, 126) 10, (Bellinger, A. R. Coins found at Corinth, 1925. pl. II, 5) 5, (Bellinger II, 6) 3, (Bellinger II, 7) 3, (Wroth LIX, 9–10. Constantine IX), 14. Found during American School Excavations.

Disposition: Corinth Museum.

Note by Dr. Katherine M. Edwards. To be published in Corinth Excavation Reports.

Cornus (St. Caterina, Pitinnuri), Sardinia, 1858?

Burial— 

Justinian II w. Tiberius (705–711); and other Byzantine emperors.

Disposition:

Riv. Ital. Num., 1915, p. 76.

Bull. Arch. Sardo, IV, p. 188; X, p. 117.

Cotrone, Italy.

Burial— 103 

Sol., sem., and trem. of Theodosius II (408–450) to Justinian I (527–565).

Disposition:

Orsi, P. Rivista critica di Cultura calabrese, I, 1925– 26, Heft II, 9 p., illus.

Num. Lit.-Blatt, Jhg. 43, 1926, p. 2054.

Cyprus , ante 1852.

Burial— 5 Æ

Theodore I of Nicaea, 1204–1222 (Wroth, Vandals, XXVIII, 6–9), 5.

Disposition: British Museum.

Wroth, W. B. M. Cat., Vandals, etc., p. 208,pl. XXVIII.

Cyprus, 1858.

Burial— 512 Æ

Constans II (alone) (641–668) 205; Constans II w. Constantine Pogonatus, 59; Constans II, Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, and Tiberius, 245; Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, and Tiberius (668–680?), 3. Uncirculated.

Disposition: J. L. Warren.

Warren, J. L. On some coins of Constants II and his sons. Num. Chron., 1861, p. 42–55, 228–230. pl. II.

Cyprus, 1899.

Burial— 633 A.D. 5 

Theodosius II (408–450), 1 sol.; Justin w. Justinian, 2 sol.; Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 1 sol., 1 medallion; with gold and silver objects.

Disposition: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Sambon, A. Trésor d’orfèvrerie et d’argenterie trouvé à Chypre et faisant partie de la collection de M. J. Morgan. Le Musée, III, 1906, p. 121–129, p. 60. illus.

Cf. Zeit. f. Num., 27, 1909, Jahresbericht, p. 36.

Debeletz, Bulgaria , 1899.

Burial— 176 Æ

Comneni emperors?

Disposition: Sofia.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 23. (Bulgarian text.)

Debnevo, Bulgaria , 1926.

Burial— 600 Æ

Comneni emperors, 11th cent.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 324. (Bulgarian text.)

Deerlyk, Belgium , 1848.

Burial— 45   3 Æ

Roman consular, image ; Constantine I, 3 Æ; Valentinian I, ; Theodosius I, ; Justinian I (527–565), ; Gallic, 5.

Disposition: E. C. Lefebure acq. portion.

Lefebure, E. C. Rev. Belge, V, 1849, p. 208–211.

Dempozike (near Modon), Greece , 1927.

Burial— 9 

Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 9 solidi.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Denis, Poltawa, Russia , 1912.

Burial— 397 whole 344 broken image

European, 16 whole, 43 broken; Byzantine, 4 br.; Russian, 3 whole, 4 broken; Cufic,378 whole, 293 broken.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 32–33.

Dela commiss. imp. arch., St. Petersburg, 1912, no. 295; 1913, no. 237.

Izvestia commiss. imp. arch., LI, p. 17.

Diabovo, Bulgaria , 1924.

Burial— 38 Æ

Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195) and Comneni emperors.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, III, 1925, p. 254. (Bulgarian text.)

Diarbekir, Asia Minor .

Burial— 25 

Michael VII, 1071–1078 (Wroth LXII, 8, 9), 25 sol. All somewhat worn.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Diarbekir (Hissinkief Citadel), Asia Minor.

Burial— 11 

Michael VII, 1071–1078 (Wroth LXII, 8, 9), 11 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Diarbekir Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor .

Burial— 63 

Constantine IX, 1042–1055 (Wroth LIX, 1, 2), 29 sol.; Constantine X (Wroth LXI, 1), 17 sol.; Michael VII, 1071–1078 (Wroth LXII, 7), 1 sol. (Wroth LXII, 8, 9), 16 sol. All in excellent condition.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Digrans, Gotland, Sweden , 1828.

Burial— 227 whole 7 broken image

Western European, 208; Byzantine, 1; Cufic,18 whole, 7 broken. Latest, 999 A.D.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 72, no. 104; p. 80, no. 170.

Divdedovo, Bulgaria , 1909.

Burial— 286 image

Byzantine and Turkish with gold earring.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 274, note 59. (Bulgarian text.)

Djebel-Derhafla, Tunis, Africa, 1917?

Burial— 7 

Pot hoard of Byzantine solidi.

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis. Bull. arch. du comité, 1917, p. ccxxxvii.

Djuped, Sweden , 1919.

Burial— 1409 image

Swedish, 2; Danish, 1; Anglo-Saxon, 718; German, 679; Hungarian, 1; Byzantine, 1; Arabic, 1; with silver bars and plate.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, XV, 1920, Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 12.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 54, 1919, p 546.

Dnieper Delta, Russia , 1927.

Burial— 7 

Heraclius (610–641), 6 sol.; Constans II (641–668), 1 sol.

Disposition:

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1931, p. 228.

Dolhesti, Falciu, Rumania, 1881–2.

Burial— 80 

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025).

Disposition:

Moisil, Const. Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., X, 1913, p. 63; XV, 1920, p. 78.

Domerarve, Gotland, Sweden , 1857.

Burial— 368 whole 15 broken image

Western European, 327; Byzantine of Constantine VII, John I Zimisces (913–976), 4; Cufic, 37 whole, 15 broken. Latest coin, 995 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet, St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 74, no. 114.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Tornberg, C. J. Symbolae ad rem numarium muhammedanorum (Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsaliensis, ser. III, 1853–1862), IV, 7.

Dorogobuz, Smolensk, Russia , 1847.

Burial—

Arabic, Byzantine, German, Anglo-Saxon, and Danish coins of 10th—11th cent.

Disposition:

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., 1929, p. 149.

Mem. Soc. d’Arch. et Num., St. Petersbourg, III, 1849, p. 369.

Draganovo, Bulgaria , 1925.

Burial—  Æ

Byzantine, c.2 kilo. ; Byzantine pot hoard of Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180), Andronicus I Comnenus, Andronicus II w. Michael IX (1295–1320), 9 kilo. Æ; Nicopolis ad Istrum (Antoninus Pius), Æ Two hoards?

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, 322. (Bulgarian text.)

Draghijevo, Bulgaria, 1912?

Burial— 10  2 Æ

Andronicus II (1282–1328), 1 sol.; Michael IX, 9 sol.; Michael Shishman (1323–1330) of Bulgaria, 2 Æ; Found with two silver bracelets and silver ring.

Disposition: Sofia.

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, III, 1912–13, p. 335–336. (Bulgarian text.)

Dwiri, Georgia, Transcaucasia , 1929.

Burial— 49 

Constantine X Ducas (1059–1067), 48; Romanus IV w. Eudocia (1067–1071), 1.

Disposition: Museum of Georgia, Tiflis.

Note supplied by Th. Lotonri, Director of Numismatic Section of Museum of Georgia.

Dzansul, Batum, Transcaucasia , c.1900.

Burial— Æ

Hoard of concave Æ Byzantine or Trebizond coins of 13th cent. with illegible inscriptions. On convex side either Christ or Virgin Mary; on concave side, two standing emperors.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 55, no. 141.

Echmiadsin County, Erivan, Transcaucasia , 1908.

Burial— 20–30 image

Heraclius I (610–641); Heraclius Constantine (613–641).

Disposition: E. A. Pachomov acq. 10.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 44, no. 68.

Ekerö, see Kaggeholm.

El Djem (Anc. Thysdrus), Tunis, Africa , 1903.

Burial— 62 

Anastasius I (491–518), 11; Justin I, 19; Justin I w. Justinian, 1; Justinian I (527–565), 31.

Disposition:

Bull. int. de num., III, 1904, p. 36–37.

Spink’s Num. Circ., XII, 1904, p. 7650.

Rev. suisse num., 1904–05, p. 539.

Bull. de Num., XI, p. 63.

Blätter fur Münzfreunde, 1904, p. 3131.

Chronique des arts, 1904, p. 162.

The Standard, Apr. 23, 1904.

Eleusis, see Lepsina.

Elsehoved, Fyen, Denmark.

Burial— 7 

Valentinian III (425–455), 1 sol.; Majorianus, 1 sol.;

Leo I, 2 sol.; Zeno, 1 sol.; Anastasius I (491–518), 2 sol.

Disposition: Copenhagen.

Montelius, O. Från jämåldern. Stockholm, 1868. Nos. 229, 232.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 345, No. 147.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 147.

Nordisk Tidskrift for Oldkyndighed, II, p. 169.

Enges, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 365 image

Byzantine, 3; Western European, 343; Cufic, 19. Latest of 995 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 69, no. 84.

Enner, Aarhuus, Denmark.

Burial— 1030 A.D. 1306 image

German, Bohemian, English, Irish, Danish, Arabic (1), Byzantine imitations.

Disposition:

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächischen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 49. Antiq. Tidsskrift, 1849, LI, p. 123.

Ephesus, Asia Minor, 1917?

Burial— Æ

Anastasius I (491–518), 2; Justinian I, 8; Justin II w. Sophia, 33; Tiberius II Constantine (578–582), 4.

Disposition: Vienna.

Monatsblatt der numismatischen gesell. in Wien, X, 1917, p. 235–236.

Eremia, Bulgaria , 1924.

Burial— 200 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Andronicus I Comnenus (1184–1185).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, III, 1925, p. 254. (Bulgarian text.)

Erivan (Fortress of Alexander), Transcaucasia, 1878.

Burial— 27 

Constantine X Ducas (1059–1067), 27.

Disposition:

Trudy of 5th Arch. Convention, Tiflis, p. 250.

Escharen, Netherlands, 1897.

Burial— 65 

Zeno (474–491), 1 sol.; Barbaric imitations of Anastasius, 1 sol.; Justinian, 2 sol., 5 trem.; and Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 4 sol., 1 trem.; Merovingian, 3 sol., 48 trem.

Disposition:

Wilde, C. Rev. Belge, 1898, p. 253–272, pls. VI–VIII.

Eskelhem (Övede), Gotland, Sweden , 1860.

Burial— 11 

Honorius (395–423), 2; Majorianus, 1; Libius Severus, 1; Anthemius, 1; Leo I, 1; Anastasius (491–518), 5.

Disposition: National Museum, Stockholm.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 134. Lund, 1926.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 354, No. 269.

Montelius, Oscar. Fran Jårnåldern, Stockholm, 1868. p. 22, No. 200.

Janse, O. Le travail de l’Or en Suede à l’époque merovingienne. Orleans, 1922. p. 54, No. 116.

Acta archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 22.

Janse, O. Solidi trouvés en Scandinavia. Rev. Num., 1922, p. 38.

Eskilstuna, Södermanland, Sweden, 1833.

Burial— c.437 image

John I Zimisces (969–976), 1 whole, 1 broken; Western European, 418; Cufic, 17. Latest coin of Olof Skötkonung (993–1024 A.D.).

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 36–37.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xxxix.

Tornberg, C. J. Numi Cufici R. Numophylacii Holmiensis. Upsaliae, 1848. p. xiii.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 92, no. 4.

Etelhem, Gotland, Sweden , 1929.

Burial— 75 

Solidi of: Honorius (395–423), 2; Placidus Valentinian, 5; Majorianus, 2; Anthemius, 1; Julius Nepos, 11; Arcadius, 1; Theodosius, 12; Marcianus, 4; Leo, 16; Zeno, 7; Basiliscus, 1; Anastasius, 15; Justin (518–527), 8; Barbaric imitations of Honorius, Theodosius, and Anastasius, 5.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Arné, T. J. Deux nouvelles découvertes de solidi en Gotland. Acta Archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 1–28. pl. illus.

Bolin, S. Germania, XV, 1931, p. 268–271.

Årsbok. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antiksakademiens, 1930–32, pp. xxvii, xcv.

Euboea, Greece , 1922.

Burial— 8 Æ

Phocas (602–610).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Filipovtzi, Bulgaria , 1896.

Burial— 110 Æ

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 271, note 17. (Bulgarian text.)

Finero, Domodossola, Italy, 1888.

Burial— 12  250 image

Anastasius (491–518), Justin, and Justinian (527–566), 4 sol., 8 trem.; Theodoric (493–526) 250 image; found with silver jewelry.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 160. Not. Scav., 1889, p. 262; 1890, p. 27.

Fole (near Wisby), Gotland, Sweden, 1910?

Burial— 1902 whole 31 broken image

Swedish, 2; Danish, 35; Anglo-Saxon, 720; Byzantine, 4; Arabic, 26 whole, 31 broken; German, 1115.

Disposition:

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1910, p. 93.

Fölhagen, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 1080 whole 156 broken image

Western European, 399; Byzantine, 1 whole, 1 broken; Cufic, 680 whole, 155 broken. Latest coin, 1000 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 81, no. 172.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsischen und fränkischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 44.

Frickingen? Württemberg, Germany , 1897.

Burial— 22 

Leo I (457–474), 1 sol.; Anastasius I, 1 trem.; Justinian I (527–565), 14 sol., 6 trem.

Disposition:

Sixt, G. Fundberichte aus Schwaben, V, p. 45 & 49–50. La Gazette numismatique, II, 1897, p. 79.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det Fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 179. Lund, 1926.

Historischer Verein zu Dillingen Jahrbuch, XI, 1898, p. 169.

Friesland, Netherlands.

Burial—

Large number of barbaric imitations (fourth cent.) of Justin, Justinian and Anastasius in various finds.

Disposition:

Rev. belge, vol. 79, 1927, p. 153.

Boeles, M. P. C. J. A. Friesland tot de elfde eeuw. Lattaye, Nijhoff, 1927.

Gaja, Austria , 1858.

Burial— 110 

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959); Nicephorus II w. Basil II (960–969).

Disposition: Vienna acq. 2.

Archiv f. oester. Geschichtsquellen, XXIV, 1860, p. 403–404.

Gerete, Fardhem, Gotland, Sweden , 1845.

Burial— 1688 image

Western European, 1636; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025),4; Cufic, 48. Latest coin, 1000 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 76, no. 130.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Tornberg, C. J. Symbolae ad rem numarium muhammedanorum (Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsaliensis, Ser. III, 1853–62, Vol. IV, pt. IV, p. 7).

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. LXIV.

Gherman, Bulgaria , 1914.

Burial— 2  206 image

Andronicus IIPalaeologus (1282–1328), 2 ;

Serbian, 136 imageBulgarian, 70 image; Silver bracelet. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 274, note 65. (Bulgarian text.)

Ghertche-Cunar, Bulgaria , 1927.

Burial— 14 

Tiberius II Constantine (578–582), 1 sol.; other Byzantine, 3 sol., 3 trem.; Dispersed, 7.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, V, 1927–28, p. 382.

Gonia, Isle of Thera, 1910.

Burial— 449 Æ

John II Comnenus (1118–1143), 250; Isaac II Angelus, 84; Alexius III (1195–1203), 111; Uncertain, 4.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Jour. Int. d’Arch. Num., XV, 1913, p. 71–72.

Gornia Bania, Bulgaria , 1906.

Burial— 5 kilo. Æ

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, note 41. (Bulgarian text.)

Goulette, Tunis, Africa , 1912.

Burial— 2nd quarter of 7th cent. A.D. 69  Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 4; Phocas, 5; Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine (613–641), 60.

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis, acq. 53.

Merlin. Bull. arch. du comité, 1913, p. cxlxxi.

Bull. arch. du comité, 1925, p. lxxxiii, note 3.

Gourdon (commune of), Burgundy, France , 1845.

Burial— c.527 A.D. 104 

Leo I (457–474), 1 sol.; Zeno, 1 sol.; Anastasius, 14 sol., 63 trem.; Justin I (518–527), 20 sol., 5 trem.

Disposition:

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 172.

Memoires de la Soc. d’hist. et d’archéol. de Chalonsur-Saône, 1844–46, p. 289.

Blanchet, A. Les trésors de monnaies romaines et les invasions germaniques en Gaule. Paris, 1900. p. 174. Rev. Num., 1848, p. 126; 1929, p. 111.

Gralow (near Zantoch), Brandenburg, Germany , 1896.

Burial— c.995 A.D. 34 whole, 263 broken image Cufic (870–982), 62 broken; John I Zimisces (969–976), ½ piece; with coins, mostly broken, of Italy, 1; England (975–978), 4; Denmark (965–986), 73; Germany (898–1002?), 97; Bohemia, 32.

Disposition: Berlin.

Bahrfeldt, E. Der Hacksilberfund von Gralow. Berliner Münzblätter, 1896, cols. 2036–2044.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 40–41.

Granitza, Bulgaria , 1923.

Burial— 3 image 1109 Æ

Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 4 Æ; Manuel I Comnenus, 2 image, 59 Æ; Andronicus I Comnenus, 4 Æ; Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195), 2 image 380 Æ; Remainder of same period, but illegible.

Disposition: Pautalia (Kustendil).

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, II, 1923–24, p. 229. (Bulgarian text.)

Guelma, Algeria, Africa , 1843.

Burial— Æ

Four-milliarenses pieces of Genseric (429–477) and small copper coins of Hilderic (523–530).

Disposition: M. La Mare, Algeria.

Num. Chron., 1855, p. 5.

Gurghendjik, Silistria, Bulgaria , 1911.

Burial— 22 

Michael VII, 1071–1078 (Wroth, pl. lxvi, 8), 21; Michael w. Maria, (Wroth, pl. lxii, 11), 1; Found with gold and silver ornaments.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 3.

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, II, 1911, p. 281. (Bulgarian text.)

Filow, B. Arch. Anz., 1912, p. 576.

Hadji Smaniar, Varna, Bulgaria, 1914.

Burial— 200 

Justin (518–527); Justinian I (527–565).

Disposition: Sofia acq. 8; Varna Museum, 3. Remainder dispersed.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 275, note 76. (Bulgarian text.)

Seure, G. Monnaies antiques en Bulgarie. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 18.

Arch. Anz., 1915, p. 235.

Halsarve, Gotland, Sweden , 1848.

Burial— 449 whole, 15 broken image

Western European, 442 whole, 4 broken; Byz. of John I Zimisces (969–976), 2; Cufic, 5 whole, 11 broken. Latest coin of Olof Skötkonnung (993–1024).

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 76, no. 131.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Tornberg, C. J. Symbolae ad rem numarium muhammedanorum (Nova Acta R. Soc. Scient. Upsaliensis, Ser. III, 1853–62), IV, 4.

Hela, West Prussia, Germany , 1800?

Burial— 

Similar to Bresin find, although larger. Hoard was melted except for 4 pieces.

Disposition: Berlin.

Levesow, H. Abhandl. Berlin Akad., Hist.-Phil. Klasse, 1833, p. 182.

Neue Berlinische Monatsschrift, VIII, 1802, p. 151.

Henchir-Sidi Amor-Bou-Hadjela, Tunis, Africa , 1908?

Burial— About middle of 7th cent. A.D. 50  Phocas (602–610), 2 sol.; Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine, 2 sol., 8 trem.; Heraclius Constantine (613–641), 8 trem.

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis, acq. 20.

Merlin. Bull. arch, du comité, 1909, p. cxcvii–cxcviii. Bull. arch. du comité, 1925, p. lxxxiii, note 3.

Hissar, Bulgaria , 1920.

Burial— Æ

Byzantine pot hoard of Comneni emperors of 11th cent.

Disposition: Société arch. Stara Zagora.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, VII, 1919–20, p. 136. (Bulgarian text.)

Hissar, Bulgaria , 1922.

Burial— 115 

Michael VII Ducas (1071–1078), 1 sol.; Nicephorus III Botaniates, 58 sol.; Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 6 sol.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 2.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 242. (Bulgarian text.)

Högdarve, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 130 image

English (959–1016), 36; German (962–985), 25; Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Arabic, 24 whole, 43 broken; found with various silver objects.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Årsbok. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antiksakademiens, 1930–32, p. cxxv–cxxvi.

Hogräns Parish, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 39 image

Cufic, 11 whole, 5 broken; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; German (Mainz, 776–780; Augsburg, 1002–1024), 2; Anglo-Saxon (1016), 18 whole, 2 broken; Barbaric imitation of Anglo-Saxon, 1; Silver bars, 2.

Disposition: National Museum, Stockholm.

Manådsblad, 1896, p. 83.

Hököpinge Parish, Skäne, Sweden, 1820.

Burial— 422 image

Constantine VII (913–959), 2 broken; Anglo-Saxon, 195; Swedish, 2; German, 223.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xliv.

Hon Farm, Eker, Buskerud County, Norway , 1834.

Burial— 16 4 image

Valens (364–378), 1 ; Mauricius Tiberius, 1 ; Constantine V w. Leo III, 1 ; Michael III w. Theodora (842–867), 1 ; Frankish (814–840), 3 ; Frankish (817–838 or 838–852), (840–855), 2 image; Anglo-Saxon (805–832), 1 image; Cufic (754–849), 9 dinars, 1 dirhem. Found with large number of gold and silver ornaments.

Disposition: University Cabinet, Oslo.

Holst, H. Symbolae Osloenses VI, 1928, p. 74–76, pl.

Holst, H. Norsk numismatisk forenings smaskrifter, No. 4: On the coins of the Hon-find. Oslo, 1931. 18 p. 1 pl.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLV, 1931, p. 137–138.

Holmboe, C. A. Descriptio ornamentorum maximam partem aureorum et numorum saeculi VIII & IX, in praedio Hoen . . . repertorum. 1835.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 130, note 3.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1877, p. 122; 1894, p. 358, no. 344.

Montelius, O. Från järnåldern. Stockholm, 1868.p. 28.

Hotnitza, Bulgaria, 1903.

Burial— 126 Æ

Marcianopolis and Nicopolis ad Istrum, 62; Byzantine, 64.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch, bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 30. (Bulgarian text.)

Hraljero-Raschka, Yugoslavia, 1926?

Burial— Æ

Byzantine of time of Manuel I (1143–1180).

Disposition:

Saria, Baldwin. Numismatischer Bericht aus Jugoslawien. Num. Zeit., LX, 1927, p. 15.

Hyères, France, 1910?

Burial— 253 

Anastasius (491–518); Justinian (527–565).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det Fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 172. Lund, 1926.

Rev. Num., 1910, p. 535.

Le Journal, Aug. 20, 1910.

Le Journal des Débats, Aug. 21, 1910.

Igdir, Erivan Province, Transcaucasia.

Burial— +17 image

Heraclius I (610–641); Heraclius Constantine (613–641).

Disposition: I. I. Tolstoy.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 44, no. 69.

Tolstoy, I. I. Monnaies byzantines, VI, p. 668, Nos. 215–218, pl. XLVIII.

Ilanz, Switzerland, 1904.

Burial— 64  53 image

 of Liutprand (713–744), 1; Uncertain Lombard kings, 2; Desiderius, 30; Charlemagne, 31: image of Pippin, 9; Charlemagne, 39; Offa, King of Mercia (757–796), 2; Anglo-Saxon of Egbert of Kent (765–791), 1; Arabic, 2.

Disposition: Coire Museum.

Jecklim, F. Mitteil. d. Bayer. Num. Gesell., XXV, 1906–07, p. 28–79, pls. I–IV.

Blätter fur Münzfreunde, 1906, col. 3458–59.

Berliner Münzblätter, 1906, p. 277, 396; 1932, p. 537.

Rev. Num., 1906, p. 219.

Riv. Ital. Num., XXV, 1922, p. 29–30.

Ilioje, Erzurum Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 6 

Michael VII, 1071–1078 (Wroth LXII, 7), 1 sol.

(Wroth LXII, 8, 9), 5 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Isaccea, Tulcea, Rumania, 1913.

Burial— 450 Æ scyphate

Alexius, John and Manuel Comnenus (1081–1180).

Disposition:

Moisil. Const. Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., XI, 1914, p. 25.

Ithome, Messenia, Greece, 1900.

Burial— 4 

John II Angelus of Neopatras (1303–1318).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Izgherli, near Tatar Basardjik, Bulgaria, 1903.

Burial— c.1189 A.D. c.400 

Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 55 sol.; John II, 65; Manuel I, 62; Andronicus I, 11; Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195), 47.

Disposition: National Museum, Sofia, 250; Degrand, 150.

Degrand. Comptes rendus de l’Acad. des inscr. et belles-lettres, 1903, p. 390–396.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 31. (Bulgarian text.)

Tacchella, D. E. Rev. Num., 1903, p. 380.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1904, p. 3100.

Jarocin, Poland.

Burial— 1005 A.D c. 730 whole, 2 broken image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1 broken; John I Zimisces (969–975), 1 broken; 10th—11th cent. of following: German, 596; Bohemian, 114; Polish, 1; English, 4; Italian, 3; Arabic, 10.

Disposition: von Jazdzewski of Posen.

Dannenberg, H. Zeit. f. Num., VII, 1880, p. 146–156.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 40–41.

Jervis, Reval, Estonia, 1685.

Burial— image

Anglo-Saxon, German, Byzantine, and Cufic.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxiii.

Kaggeholm (Ekerö), Uppland, Sweden, 1783.

Burial— 21 

Theodosius II (408–450), 4; Marcianus, 1; Leo 1, 2; Zeno, 11; Anastasius I (491–518), 2; Unidentified, 1. Found with two gold rings.

Disposition: National Museum, Stockholm.

Liljegren. Fynd i svensk jord. Vitterhetsakademiens Handlingar, vol. XIII, Stockholm, No. 245.

Montelius, O. Från Järnåldern. Stockholm, 1868. No. 120.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 357, No. 326.

Janse, O. Le travail de l’or en Suede à l’époque merovingienne. Orleans, 1922. p. 67, No. 222.

Janse, O. Solidi trouvés en Scandinavie. Rev. Num., 1922, p. 39.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 132.

Acta archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 24.

Kaleutze, Attica, Greece, 1922.

Burial— 82 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Kalipetrovo (Silistra), Rumania, 1928.

Burial— End of 11th cent. 31 image

Basil II Bulgaroktonos (976–1025), 4; Constantine IX Monomachus, 6; Isaac I Comnenus, 1; Con- stantine X Ducas, 4; Romanus IV, Eudocia Makrembolitissa, Michael VII, Constantine, and Andronicus (1067–1071), 4; Michael VII Ducas, 6; Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 1. Found with gold ornaments.

Disposition: National museum of antiquities, Bucharest.

Severeanu, G. Tezaurul din Kalipetrovo (Silistra). (Extras din “Inchinare lui N. Iorga cu prilejul implinirii varstei de 60 de ani.”) Cluj, 1931. 8 p.

Cronica numismatica si arheologica, Anul X, 1934, p. 16.

Kapril di Sebenico, Yugoslavia, 1900?

Burial— 2 

Anastasius (Sabatier, I, pl. VIII, 25), 1 sol.; Sabatier, Justinian (Sabatier, pl. XII, 5), 1 trem.

Disposition:

Bull. di archeol. e storia dalmata, Spalato, 1901, p. 70. Zeit. f. Num., XXIV, 1904, Jahresber., p. 22.

Katlunds, Grotlingbo, Gotland, Sweden, 1842.

Burial— +1554 image

Byzantine, 2 broken; Anglo-Saxon, 505; Danish, 5; German, 1032; Cufic (785–1001), 13 broken.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 86, no. 288.

Khirbat Dubel, Mt. Carmel, Palestine, 1928.

Burial— c.611–12 A.D. 355 Æ

Anastasius I (491–518), 33; Justin I, 109; Justin I w. Justinian I, 3; Justinian I, 95; Justin II, 1; Tiberius II, 36; Maurice Tiberius, 7; Phocas, 2; Heraclius (610–641), 39. (Latest of the 2nd yr. of Heraclius, 611–12 A.D.)

Disposition:

Lambert, C. Quart. of Dept. of Antiq. in Palestine, I, 1931, p. 55–68, pls. XXXV-XXXVI.

Num. Lit.-Blatt, Jhg. 49, 1932, p. 2594.

Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 295.

Klein Schelken, Hermannstadter Kreis, Rumania, 1856.

Burial— 80–100 

Only the following seen and identified: Theodosius I (394–395), 1; Theodosius II, 16; Zeno, 2; Basiliscus, 1; Anastasius I, 1; Justin I (518–527), 1.

Disposition:

Archiv für Österreichische Geschichtsquellen, XXIV, 1860, p. 392.

Kenner, F. Beiträge zur Chronologie der archäologischen Funde in der österreichischen Monarchie, Wien, 1850ff. VI, p. 168. (A reprint of above.)

Archiv d. Vereins f. Siebenburgische Landeskunde, n.f., XIII, 1876, p. 336.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 187.

Korostowo, Kreis Riazan, Russia, 1891.

Burial— 25 whole 910 broken image

Byzantine, 1 whole, 2 broken; Western European, 4 whole, 9 broken; Cufic, 15 whole, 904 broken. Latest of John Zimisces (969–976) and Cufic of 985/6 A.D.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 32–33.

Kvarna, Gotland, Sweden, 1839.

Burial— c. 137 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 2; Western European, 123; Cufic, 12.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 36–37.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lix.

Tornberg, C. J. Numi Cufici R. Numophylacii Holmiensis. Upsaliae, 1848. p. xxxvi.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 80, no. 161.

Lacco Ameno, Ischia, Italy, 1891.

Burial— 129 

Heraclius I (610–641) ; Heraclius I w. Heraclius Constantine; Heraclius I, Heraclius Constantine, and Heraclonas; Constans II; Constans II w. Constantine Pogonatus; Constans II, Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, and Tiberius; Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, and Tiberius (668–779).

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 161. Not. Scav., 1895, p. 83.

Lachin, Zangezur, Kurdistan, Transcaucasia, 1925.

Burial— +5 

A number Byzantine, 5 of which were concave gold pieces of Constantine X Ducas (1059–1067).

Disposition: Azerbaidjan Arch. Committee acq. 5.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 95.

Lagbe, Pisidia, Asia Minor, 1920.

Burial— c.832–9 A.D. 102 

Solidi of Leo III, 717–741 (Wroth, XLII, 10), 3; Constantine V (Wroth, XLIII, 22), 10, (Wroth, XLV, 23), 16; Leo IV (Wroth, XLV, 20), 1, (Wroth, XLV, 21), 3; Constantine VI w. Irene (Wroth, XLVI, 5), 1; Nicephorus I (Wroth, XLVI, 12), 1; Nicephorus I w. Stauricus (Wroth, XLVI, 14–15), 14; Michael I w. Theophylactus (Wroth, XLVII,3),2; Leo V w. Constantine (Wroth, XLVII, 10), 9; Leo V w. Leo VI (Tolstoi, II, pl. 69, 1), 1; Michael II w. Theophilus (Wroth, XLVIII, 1), 5; Theophilus (Wroth, XLVIII, 15), 35; Theophilus, Michael and Constantine, 832?–839? (Wroth, XLVIII, 16), 1.

Disposition: Museo Nazionale, Rome and E. T. Newell.

Note by E. T. Newell. To be published.

Lapithos, Cyprus.

Burial—

Byzantine coins of 565–685, found with jewels and silver plate.

Disposition:

Bull. soc. nat. ant. France, 1903, p. 172.

Larsarve, Alskogs, Gotland, Sweden, 1854.

Burial— c. 205 whole, c. 12 broken image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Western European, 200; Cufic, c. 4 whole, c. 12 broken. Latest coin of Olof Skötkoning (993–1024).

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. liii.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 67, no. 65.

Leal, Estonia, 1924.

Burial— 5 image

Cufic (897–906), 4 dirhems; Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of Acad. for history of material culture, Leningrad, I, 1926, p. 292.

Leidischehir, Konya Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 15 

Constantine IV, 668–685 (Wroth XXXVI, 4; ⇂< or H↿, both probably mistruck A) 2 sol., (Wroth XXXVI, 2, 3; N), 1 sol.; Justinian II, 685–695 (Wroth, XXXVIII, 13, 14; B, Δ, ॉA, S, Z) 10 sol., (Wroth XXXVIII, 15, 16; H and uncertain), 2 sol. All excellent to mint state. Part of Tschausch Find?

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Lepsina (Anc. Eleusis), Greece, 1862.

Burial— c.1310 A.D. 1075 image and Bill. 1 Æ French of Philip IV (1285–1307), 175 gros tournois; Sicilian of Frederick I of Aragon (1296–1331), 100AR; 800 of the following: Princes of Achaea (1246–1310) bill.; Dukes of Athens (1224–1310) bill.; Manfred of Epirus (1258–1266), 1AE; Philip of Tarentum (1294–1310); John I Angelus Comnenus (1278–1301).

Disposition:

Lenormant, F. Rev. Num., 1864, p. 37–52.

Lilla Klintegårda, Gotland, Sweden, 1704.

Burial— 581 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Anglo-Saxon, 17; Danish, 5; German, 554; Cufic, 1.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxi.

Lilla Rone, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 177 whole, 62 broken image

Byzantine, 3; Western European, 4; Cufic, 170 whole, 62 broken. Latest of Sven Estridsen (1047–1076).

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 68, no. 75.

Lilla Vadstäde, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 1416 whole, 47 broken image

Byzantine, 1 whole, 2 broken; Western European, 1385 whole, 45 broken; Cufic, 30. Latest coin of 970 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 75, no. 123.

Lindos, Isle of Rhodes.

Burial— 100 EL 6 Æ

John II Comnenus, 1118–1143 (Wroth LXVIII, 1), 1 sol.; Manuel I, 1143–1180 (Wroth LXIX, 2) 12 sol., (Wroth LXIX, 10) 27 sol., (Wroth LXIX, 6), 50 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 90 listed above; Rhodes Museum acq. remainder.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

London, England, 1872.

Burial— 9 Æ

Justin II w. Sophia (518–527), 1; Heraclius, 1; Constans II, 1; Constantine V, 1; John I, 2; Manuel I Comnenus, 1; Andronicus II Palaeologus (1282–1328), 1; Uncertain, 1.

Disposition:

Webb, P. H. Num. Chron., 1903, p. 103.

Luurila, Hattula, Finland, 1906.

Burial— c. 1040 A.D. 123 whole, 3 broken image Western European, 92; Byzantine, 3; Cufie, 28 whole, 3 broken.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Finska Forminnesföreningens Tidskrift, 36, 3.

Madara, Bulgaria, 1903.

Burial— 200 Æ

Byzantine and Roman.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 32. (Bulgarian text.)

Mahala-Pissaratzi, Bulgaria, 1927.

Burial— 13  300–400 Æ

John II Comnenus (1118–1143). Pot hoard.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 3 , 70 Æ.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, V, 1927–28, p. 383. (Bulgarian text.)

Makri (near), Mugla Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor,

1922.

Burial— 29 

Alexius I, 1081–1118 (Wroth LXIV, 1–3; no. 1–8), 29 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 12.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Mallgards, Gotland, Sweden, 1854.

Burial— 126 whole, 14 broken image

Western European, 94; Byzantine, 2; Cufic, 30 whole, 14 broken. Latest coin of Constantine VIII (975–1025).

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 67, no. 66.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Marathon Dam, Greece, 1928.

Burial— 361 Æ 1 

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180), 361; William I (Norman prince of Sicily, 1149 A.D.), 1 .

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Maszenice, Poland.

Burial— 203 whole, 562 broken image

Polish (963–1025), 84 whole, 147 broken; German (973–1003), 98 whole, 223 broken; Swiss, 36 whole, 5 broken; Bohemian (935–1003), 32 broken; Italian, 2 whole, 2 broken; Hungarian, 1 broken; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1 broken; Arabic, 49 broken; English, 6 whole, 99 broken; Danish, 4 broken.

Disposition: Towarzwystwo Naukowe Collection, Thorn, acq. a portion.

Chmielecki, K. Berliner Münzblätter, Jhg. 29, 1908, p. 133–138.

Medjid Eüsü, Adana Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 6 

Tiberius II Constantine, 578–582 (Wroth XIII, 1), 1 sol.; Phocas (Wroth XX, 4, 5), 2 sol.; Heraclius I, 610–641 (Wroth XXIII, 2, 3) 2 sol., (Wroth XXIII, 13), 1 sem.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Mengen, Oberbaden, Germany, 1932.

Burial— 7 image 1 Æ

Theodoric (493–526), 7; illegible Constantinian Æ

1. Found in grave.

Disposition: Freiburger Augustiner museum.

Werner, J. Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 68, 1933, p. 674–679.

Mesembria, Bulgaria, 1932.

Burial— 13 

John II Comnenus (1118–1143), 13 sol. Found in digging canal.

Disposition:

Note by Th. Gerassimov.

Mezzocammino (Via Ostiense), Italy, 1916.

Burial— 107 Æ

Valens (364–378), 3; Valentinian II, 1; Theodosius I, 1; Theodosius II, 1; Johannes, 1; Libius Severus, 1; Zeno, 1; Odovacar (476–493), 1; Anastasius? (491–518), 1; illegible of post-constantinian period, 57; unidentifiable, 39. Found in one of 6 tombs excavated.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., 1918, p. 99.

Mgowo, West Prussia, Germany, 1893.

Burial— c.800 image

John I Zimisces (969–976), 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 2; German of 10th—11th cent. Many broken pieces.

Disposition:

Dannenberg, H. Berliner Münzblätter, 1906, p. 335–340: 1908. p. 165; 1909, p. 322–327.

Mikolajevicy, Petrokov, Poland, 1893.

Burial— Before 1065 A.D. c.3190 grm. image

Arabic (927–991); Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025); English; Hungarian; Bohemian; German (1038–1347).

Disposition:

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., XL, 1930, p. 215–217.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Commiss., 1893, p. 143.

Molody, Pskov, Russia, 1878.

Burial— 1010 A.D. c.3 kilo. image

Arabic, 109 dirhems, many broken; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1 broken; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1 broken; Anglo-Saxon; Bohemian; German.

Disposition:

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., 1929, p. 133–134.

Trudy of 5th Arch. Convention, Tiflis, p. 251.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 32–33.

Mominbrod, Bulgaria, 1914.

Burial— 106 Æ

Justin I (518–527).

Disposition: Sofia.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 275, note 73. (Bulgarian text.)

Monte Roduni del Sannio, Italy.

Burial— 63 Æ

Anastasius I (491–518) and Justinian I (527–565), 30; Ostrogoths, 26; Vandals, 4; Uncertain, 3.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., XXVI, 1913, p. 514–519, 529–530.

Friedlander, J. Münzen der Vandalen. 1849. p. 41f.

Kraus, F. F. Die Münzen Odovacars und des Ostgotenreiches in Italien. Halle (Saale), 1928. p. 36.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1897, p. 22. (Refers to this as only hoard posterior to Anastasius accurately and precisely described.)

Monte Rosa, Lipari, 1909?

Burial— 1745 Æ

Lipara, 1; Carthage, 1; Roman republican, 1; Roman imperial (Gallienus to Leo I), 312. Remainder illegible, Vandalic and Ostrogothic.

Disposition: Syracuse.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., XXIII, 1910, p. 352–359.

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., XXVI, 1913, p. 526–527.

Kraus, F. F. Die Münzen Odovacars und des Ostgotenreiches in Italien. Halle (Saale), 1928. p. 36.

Motta San Giovanni, Italy, 1923.

Burial— 16 Æ

Theodora, daughter of Constantine VIII (1055–1056), 11; Isaac I Comnenus, 2; Constantine X (1059–1067), 3.

Disposition: Museo Civico, Reggio Calabria.

Not. Scav., 1924, p. 105.

Mt. Castro Dei Volsci, Italy.

Burial— 1461 Æ

Post-Constantinian (broken & illegible), 143; Leo I (457–473), 4; Zeno, 1; Anastasius, 9; Justinian, 302; Huneric, 3; Gunthamund, 13; Gelimer, 5; Theodoric, 9; Athalaric, 31; Theodahad, 13; Baduila (541–552), 636; Parthian of Phraates IV, 1; 3 with bust of Theodosius II (?); Unidentified, 287.

Disposition: Rome.

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., XXVI, 1913, p. 511–551.

Kraus, F. F. Die Münzen Odovacars und des Ostgoten-reiches in Italien Halle (Saale), 1928. p. 36.

Mtskhet, Transcaucasia, 1872.

Burial— image

One image Byzantine and several Sassanian.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 42, no. 53.

Munkegaard, Bornholm, Denmark, 1864.

Burial— c.1000 A.D. 866 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1 whole, 1 broken; with Cufic (906–975) and Bohemian, Swiss, Italian and German of 10th cent.

Disposition:

Berliner Blätter für Münz-, Siegel-, und Wappenkunde, III, p. 31–40.

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsischen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 45–56.

Munningen, Bayrisch-Schwaben, Germany, 1906.

Burial— 9 

Tiberius II Constantine (578–584), 1 sol.; Barbaric imitations of Justin II and Justinian, 8 trem.

Disposition:

Cahn, Julius. Ein Goldmünzenfund des frühen 7. Jahrhunderts aus dem Grabfeld von Munningen. Germania (Röm.-German. Kom. d. d. Arch. Inst.) XIV, 1930, p. 161–165. illus.

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1931, p. 325–328. illus. (Reprint of above.)

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1907, p. 3767.

Rev. Num., 1932, p. 240.

Myrungs Farm, Linde County, Gotland, Sweden, 1807.

Burial— c.575 image

Byzantine of Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Anglo-Saxon, 320; German, 243, Cufic of 10th cent., 11 broken. Found with silverware.

Disposition: Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 85, no. 285.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 36–37.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. L.

Markow, A. K. Topografija Kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 76, no. 129.

Naousa, Isle of Paros, 1927.

Burial— 50 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Isaac II Angelus; Alexius IV (1203–1204).

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Information of K. Konstantopoulos.

Narona, Dalmatia, Yugoslavia.

Burial— c.582 A.D. 65 

Justin I (518–527), 6; Justinian I, 24; Justin II, 24; Tiberius II Constantine (578–582), 5. Found with jewelry.

Disposition:

Bulletino di archeologia e estoria dalmata, Spalato, 1902, p. 198ff.

Nuovo bull. di arch. chret., 1902, p. 234–244.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 187.

Zeit. f. Num., XXIV, 1904, Jahresbericht, p. 23.

Näs, Upland, Sweden, 1704.

Burial— image

John I Zimisces (969–976), Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), Anglo-Saxon, Swedish, Danish, German, and Cufic.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xxxiii.

Nemet-Csernya, Yugoslavia.

Burial— image Æ image

Denarius of Antoninus Pius (138–167); Æ of Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (913–959) to Alexius I (1081–1118);  of Comneni emperors.

Disposition:

Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., XV, 1920, p. 80.

Numiz. Közlöny, 1909, p. 144.

Nixdjup, (Commune of När), Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 6 

Zeno (474–491), 2; Anastasius (491–518), 4.

Disposition: National Museum, Stockholm.

Janse, O. Le travail de l’or en Suede a l’époque merovingienne. Orleans, 1922. p. 58.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 354, No. 270.

Montelius, O. Fran Järnåldern. Stockholm, 1868. p. 24, No. 212.

Acta archeologica, II, 1931, p. 22.

Nokalakewi, Georgia, Transcaucasia, 1929.

Burial— 23 

Epoch of Maurice Tiberius (582–602).

Disposition: Museum of Georgia, Tiflis.

Information of Th. Lotonri, Director of Numismatic Section of Museum of Georgia.

Norrqvie, Gotland, Sweden, 1834.

Burial— 169 image

Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (913–959), 2; John I Zimisces, 2; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 7; Anglo-Saxon, 16; German, 21; Cufic, 59 whole, 62 broken.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. liii.

Novyi Dvor, Minsk, Russia, 1871.

Burial— c.1000 A.D. 399 image

John Zimisces (969–976), 1; with German, Bohemian, Burgundian, and Arabic of 10th cent.

Disposition:

Berliner Blätter für Münz-, Siegel-, und Wappenkunde, VI, p. 287–296.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan. Baku, 1926. p. 78, no. 260.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm., 1870–71, p. xliii; 1872, p. xxvii.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 32–33.

Nygårds, Gotland, Sweden, 1874.

Burial— 1172 whole 35 broken image

Byzantine, 11 whole, 1 broken; Western European, 1069 whole, 13 broken; Cufic, 92 whole, 21 broken.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 81, no. 178.

Oldenburg, Germany.

Burial— 170 Æ 1 image

Justinian (527–565), 10; Phocas, 40; Constans II, 40; Constantine IV, 40; Michael II, 40; Michael III (842–867), 1; Danish of Vladimir I (1157–82), 1 image.

Disposition: Keil Museum.

Handelmann, H. Verzeichniss der Münzsammlung des Schleswig-Holsteinischen Museums vaterländischer Alterthumer in Kiel. Bd. I, Heft 4. Kiel, 1887. pp. 4, 7, 24 note.

Olympia, Elis, Greece, 1875–77.

Burial— c.4000 Æ

Four Byzantine hoards found in course of excavations, each c.1000. No coins later than Maurice Tiberius (582–602).

Disposition:

Verhandl. der num. Gesell. zu Berlin, 1879–1880, p. 6–7. (In Zeit. für Num., VIII, 1881.)

Opaca, Bulgaria, 1929.

Burial— 13 

Andronicus II Palaeologus (1282–1328). Found in a Roman clay lamp.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, VI, 1930–31, p. 314. (Bulgarian text.)

Opize Monastery, Batum, Transcaucasia, 1900.

Burial— image

Several Byzantine, one of which was of Leo VI w.

Constantine VII (911–912). Number and identity of remainder unknown.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 47, no. 83.

Oranienburg, Brandenburg, Germany, 1861.

Burial— 79 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II, 1; with German, Polish, Italian, and Arabic.

Disposition:

Berliner Blätter für Münz-, Siegel-, und Wappenkunde, III, 1866, p. 219.

Ortacesos, Sardinia, 1860?

Burial— image

Quantity of gold coins one of which was of Tiberius II Constantine (578–582).

Disposition:

Spano, G. Bull. Arch. Sardo, VII, 1861, p. 127.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1915, p. 76.

Osetia, Terek, Transcaucasia.

Burial— 

Numerous Byzantine of Anastasius I (488–518); Justinian I; Justin II; Phocas (602–610); and others found in tombs.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Trouvailles des monnaies en Azerbaidjan. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 44, no. 66.

Proceedings of Fifth Archaeol. Congress, No. 25, p. 9 & 152. (In Russian.)

Ossi, Sassari, Italy, 1907.

Burial— 19 image

Tiberius III Apsimarus (698–705), 3 trem.; Justinian II w. Tiberius, 2 trem.; Leo Isauricus, 1 trem.; Liutprand (713–744), 13 trem.

Disposition:

Dessi, V. Riv. Ital. Num., 1908, p. 295–311. pl. VI.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Num. Ital., V, p. 162.

Ossoytza, Bulgaria, 1926.

Burial— 6 

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 323. (Bulgarian text.)

Österby, Gotland, Sweden, 1920.

Burial— 199 image

German, 39; Anglo-Saxon, 98; Byzantine, 4; Arabic, 58.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, XVI, 1921, Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 7.

Östjädra, Sweden, 1919.

Burial— c.2100 image

German, 32; Byzantine, 1; Arabic, c.2056; found with silver jewelry.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, XV, 1920, Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 3.

Othem County, Gotland, Sweden, 1846.

Burial— 138 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 2; Cufic (808–937), 136. Found under stones in field.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient, d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 84, no. 282.

Oxarve, Gotland, Sweden, 1920.

Burial— 629 image

Roman (Vespasian to Commodus, 69–192 A.D.), 79 denarii; Byzantine, 104 (86 of Constantine IX Monomachus, 1042–1055); Arabic, 78; German, Anglo-Saxon, Danish, 368; found with silver jewelry.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, XVI, 1921, Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillvaxten, p. 17.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 136. Lund, 1926.

Ozurget County, Kutais, Transcaucasia, 1905.

Burial— image

Hoard of Byzantine concave coins of 11th cent.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux. Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 98.

Padenghe, Desenzano, Brescia, Italy.

Burial— 15 

Leo I (457–473), Zeno Isauricus, Anastasius I and Justin I (518–527), 12 sol., 3 trem. (3 trem. of Anastasius.)

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 160.

Not. Scav., 1885, p. 336.

Pantalica, Sicily , 1903.

Burial— End 7th cent. A.D. 200–1000 

Solidi of Constantine II (317–337); Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius (668–680?). Found in vase with ornaments.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Byz. Zeit., 1910, p. 63, illus.

Not. Scav., 1904, p. 367–375.

Pereschtschepino, Poltawa, Russia, 1912.

Burial— 650 A.D. 61 

Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 1; Phocas, 2; Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine, 6; Heraclius with sons, 36; Constans II (641–646), 16.

Disposition: The Hermitage, Leningrad.

Baur, N. Frank. Münzzeitung, 1931, p. 227–229. Rasseg. Num., 1914, p. 101.

Frank. Münzzeitung, 1912, p. 500.

Berliner Münzblätter, 1912, p. 457.

Pergamum, Asia Minor.

Burial— 1059 Æ

Manuel I, 1143 (Wroth LXX, 4) 162, (Wroth LXX, 6) 1, (Wroth LXX, 7) 36, (Wroth LXX, 3, obv.; Rev. similar to LXX, 4), 1; Isaac II (Wroth LXXII, 5, 6), 221; Alexius III (Wroth LXXIII, 7–12), 481; Theodore I of Nicaea, 1204–1222 (Wroth, Vandals, XXVIII, 6–9), 156. Uncertain (Crusader?), 1. Not from German Excavations.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Pergamum, Asia Minor, Excavations, 1904–08.

Burial— Not a hoard. 500

Anastasius, 2; Justin, 4; Justinian I, 9; Justin II w. Sophia, 10; Maurice Tiberius, 5; Phocas, 1; Heraclius, 4; Heraclius w. son, 12; Heraclius w. wife and son, 1?; Constans II, 79; Constans II w. son, 9; Constans II w. sons, 36; Constantine IV, 4; Tiberius III, 1; Michael II w. Theophilus, 3; Basil I, Constantine, and Leo VI, 1; Leo VI, 6; Constantine VIII w. Zoe, 1; Romanus II, 1; Nicephorus II, 1; John Zimisces, 1; Constantine VII, 6; Constantine X, 5; Constantine X w. Eudocia, 3; Anonymous, 60; Michael VII, 4; Romanus IV, 2; Anonymous of time of Alexius I, 27; John II, 2; Manuel I, 12; Isaac II, 16; Alexius III, 19; Theodore I and II of Nicaea, 12; John I Ducas Vatatzes, 2; John Angelus Comnenus of Thessalonica, 1; Michael VIII, 5; Andronicus II w. Michael IX, 1 ; Andronicus II and III, 2; Uncertain, 114.

Disposition: Berlin ?.

Regling, K. Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1914, p. 5671–5685, 5703–5718.

Pergamum, Asia Minor, 1912.

Burial— 100 

John I Vatatzes (1222–1254) of Nicaea (Wroth, Vandals, XXIX, 3–8), 100 sol.

Disposition: Berlin acq. 1; Constantinople, 99.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXXVIII, 1928, p. 93, note 2.

Perm, Russia, 1851.

Burial— image

Silver coins of Heraclius and his son Constantine (613–641) found with Indo-Parthian and Sassanid coins of 6th cent. No other data.

Disposition:

Num. Chron., 1870, p. 139, note 1.

Perugia, Italy.

Burial— 418 Æ

Ancient, 17; Ostrogothic and Vandalic barbaric imitations, 336; fragments, 65.

Disposition:

Gnecchi, F. Riv. Ital. Num., 1897, p. 19–22.

Kraus, F. F. Die Münzen Odovacars und des Ostgotenreiches in Italien. Halle (Saale), 1928. p. 36.

Petes, Gotland, Sweden, 1838.

Burial— 1576 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1 whole, 1 broken; Western European, 1562; Cufic, 13. Latest coin of 1002–3 A.D.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lv-lvi.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 74, no. 117.

Peuth, Wesenburg, Estonia, 1906.

Burial— 158 image

Nicephorus II Phocass (963–969), 1 broken; Basil II w. Constantine VIII, 2 broken; Anglo-Saxon (918–1024), 5 broken; German (929–1024), 34 whole, 6 broken; Cufic (704–952), 3 whole, 89 broken.

Disposition: St. Petersburg Univ., Hermitage, et al.

Vasmer, R. R. Beiträge zur Kunde Estlands, XII, 1927, p. 65–100.

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIX, 1929, p. 31.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Philippeville, Algeria, Africa, 1843.

Burial— Æ

Four-milliarenses pieces of Genseric (429–477) w. small copper coins of Hilderic (523–530).

Disposition: M. La Mare, Algeria.

Num. Chron., 1855, p. 5.

Pitsund Monastery, Sukhum, Transcaucasia, 1915.

Burial— 3 

Justinian II (685–694; 705–711), 3.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Trouvailles des monnaies en Azerbaïdjan. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 45, no. 70.

Poltawa, see Pereschtschepino .

Polzin, Pommern, Germany, 1186.

Burial— 208 image

John I Zimisces (969–976), 1; German; Bohemian; English; Cufic dirhems (808–905); found in an urn with silverware.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient, d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 87, no. 293.

Zeit. für Num., XV, p. 291–297.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 42–43.

Porecje, Russia, 1886.

Burial— 256 whole 162 broken image

European, 220 whole, 51 broken; Byzantine, 2; Cufie, 36 whole, 109 broken. Latest coins, 1016–1035 A.D.

Disposition:

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 26, no. 143.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antik- vitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 32–33.

Delo Arch. Comm., 1886, no. 14.

Zapiski Archeologicheskago Obshchestva, N. S., III, p. 199.

Porto Torres, Sardinia, 1922.

Burial— 40 

Theophilus, Michael II and Constantine (829–842), 16 sol.; Basil I w. Constantine (869–870), 21 sol.; Arabic of Ibrahim ibn Ahmed (Aghlabide, 874–902), 3. Found with gold ornaments in vase.

Disposition:

Taramelli, A. Not. Scav., 1922, p. 294.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 162.

American Journal of Archaeology, XXVII, 1923, p. 358.

Postallar, Edirne (Adrianople) Vilayet, Turkey in Europe.

Burial— 2  374 Æ

Manuel I (Wroth LXX, 7) 192, (Obv., Bust of emperor; Rev., Seated figure) 14; Alexius III (Wroth LXXIII, 7–12), 31; Theodore I of Nicaea (Wroth, Vandals, XXVIII, 6–9), 9; John Angelus of Thessalonica (Num. Chron., 1923, pl. III, 2), 3; Thessalonica? (Wroth, Vandals, XXVII, 1–7), 8; Uncertain (Similar to Num. Chron., 1923, pl. III, 5), 5; Seated emperor, Rev. Seated Virgin, 4; Emperor standing, Rev. Head or standing figure of Christ, 37; Seated emperor, Rev. Seated Virgin (Sabatier LIX, 9), 4; Emperor standing, Rev. Bust or Seated figure, 25; Uncertain emperor’s head, Rev. Bust or Seated figure, 39; Virgin standing, Rev. Seated Christ, 3. Two gold coins, illegible.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Preslav, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial— 294 Æ

Byzantine pot hoard.

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, I, 1910, p. 225. (Bulgarian text.)

Preslav, Bulgaria, 1927.

Burial— 105 Æ 1 image

Anchialus, 1; Probus (277–282), 1; Basil I, 1; John Zimisces 30; Basil II, 1AR; Michael IV, 8; Theodora (1055–1056), 1; Isaac I Comnenus, 6; Constantine X Ducas, 1 ; Michael VII Ducas, 2 ; Alexius I Comnenus, 38; John II Comnenus, 4; Manuel I Comnenus, 1; Andronicus I Comnenus, 1; Isaac II Angelus, 2; Alexius III Comnenus (1195–1203), 4; Anonymous emperors of Constantinople (12 th cent.), 1; illegible of 12th cent., 1; Constantine Assemus of Bulgaria (1254–1277), 1; Byzantine lead seal, 1. Found around Church of Symcom. Not a hoard.

Disposition: Société arch. de Preslav.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. arch. bulgare, VI, 1930–31, p. 314–315. (Bulgarian text.)

Priebrow, Brandenburg, Germany, 1914.

Burial— 548 whole 35 broken. image

Roman imperial of Lucilla, 1 ; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 2 broken; Italian (983–1024), 4; English (973–1016), 11 whole, 3 broken; Danish, 9 broken; Bohemian (936–1011), 6 whole, 9 broken; German(917–1050), 526 whole, 12 broken; found with various other silver objects.

Disposition:

Bahrfeldt, E. Der Priebrower Hacksilberfund. Berliner Münzblätter, Neue Folge, Bd. VIII, p. 273–280, 298–299, 366–369, 399–400.

Priene Excavations.

Burial— 133

Anastasius I, 2; Justin I, 1; Justinian I, 21; Justin II, 1; Justin II w. Sophia, 13; Tiberius Constantine, 8; Tiberius w. Anastasia, 1; Maurice Tiberius, 3; Phocas, 4; Heraclius, 1; Heraclius w. son, 16; Constans II, 9; Leo V w. Constantine, 2; John Zimisces, 8; Michael IV, 2; Constantine IX, 1; Theodora, 2; Michael VI, 1; Romanus IV, 2; Nicephorus III, 3; Manuel I, 7; Isaac II, 4; Alexius III, 3; Theodore I of Nicaea?, 1; Uncertain, 17.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene, Berlin, 1927, p. 185–186.

Prinkipo, 1930?

Burial— 14000 ?

Three vases full of gold coins of Byzantine empire.

Disposition:

Rassegna Numismatica, XXVII, 1930, p. 150.

Qvarna, see Kvarna

Rachin County, Kutais, Transcaucasia, 1901.

Burial— 

A few Byzantine concave solidi of 11th cent.

Disposition: Find dispersed.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient, d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 97.

Ragusa, Dalmatia, Yugoslavia, 1892.

Burial— 31 

Michael II w. Constantine and Theophilus (832?–839?), 22 sol., 9 sem.

Disposition:

Not. Scav., 1892, p. 332.

Rahovo, Bulgaria, 1910?

Burial— 213 Æ

Anchialus, 1; Nicopolis ad Istrum, 1; Istrus, 1; Justinian I, 1; John Zimisces, 1; Roman 208; bronze fibula of 1st cent.; small bronze cross.

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, II, 1911, p. 274–275. (Bulgarian text.)

Reggio di Calabria, Italy.

Burial— 35 Æ

Basil I, 867–886 (Wroth, pl. L, 16), 1; Leo VI (Wroth, pl. LI, 12), 8; Leo VI w. Alexander, 886–912? (Wroth, pl. LI, 14 and 15), 26.

Disposition: Museo Civico, Reggio di Calabria. Not. Scav., 1912, p. 412.

Reno (near Bologna), Italy, 1857.

Burial— 54 

Leo III (717–741), 4; Constantine V w. Leo IV, 18; Leo IV w. Constantine VI, 11; Constantine VI with Irene, 5; Irene of Attica (780–802), 1; Nicephorus I (802–811), 2; Beneventine, 6; Cufic (769–813/4), 13.

Disposition:

Frati, L. Delle antiche monete d’oro ritrovate in Reno. Bologna, 1857. 19p. pls.

Allan, J. Offa’s imitation of an Arab dinar. Num. Chron., 1914, p. 84–85.

Cesano, L. Ripostigli di monete di oro bizantine, medievali e moderne rinvenuti in Italia. Atti e Mem. Ist. Ital. Num., vol. 5, p. 162.

Cavedoni, C. Noticia archeologica delle antiche monete d’oro ritrovate in Reno. Messagero di Modena, no. 1613, Oct. 30, 1857.

Witte, J. de. Rev. Num., 1859, p. 393–399.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1919, p. 78, note 4.

Reval, Isle of Karlos, Finland, 1926.

Burial— 118 image

1 Byzantine with 100 Germanfrom Otto I to Heinrich II, 3 Anglo-Saxon, and 7 Cufic.

Disposition: Estland. Liter. Gesellschaft in Reval.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1927, p. 14.

Rhodes, Isle of Rhodes, 1931.

Burial— +207 Æ

Manuel I, 1143–1180 (Wroth, pl. LXX, 4), 30; Andronicus I (Wroth, pl. LXXI, 6), 4; Isaac II (Wroth, pl. LXXII, 5–6), 163; Manuel II, 1391–1423 (Wroth, LXX, 6), 10.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 21.

Note by E. T. Newell.

Rhodes, Isle of Rhodes, 1932.

Burial— 

Phocas (602–610); Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine (610–641).

Disposition:

Rassegna Numismatica, 1933, p. 27.

Rilo, Bulgaria, 1901.

Burial— 128 Æ

Comneni emperors, 11th cent.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 25. (Bulgarian text.)

Rilo, Bulgaria, 1922.

Burial— 249 Æ

John II Comnenus (1118–1143).

Disposition: Rilo school.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 241. (Bulgarian text.)

Risungs, Gotland, Sweden, 1837.

Burial— 143 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Western European, 137; Cufic, 5. Latest coin of 969/70 A.D.

Disposition: Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. liv.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 62, no. 17.

Rome (Lateran Palace), Italy, 1587.

Burial— 

A large number of Arcadius (394–408) ; Theodosius II; Marcianus; Leo I; Justin I; Justinian I; Tiberius II; Maurice Tiberius; Phocas; Heraclius I (610–641).

Disposition:

Schottle, Gustav. Ein goldmünzen Fund von weltgeschichtlichen Folge. Berliner Münzblätter, XXXIII, 1912, p. 411–416, pl. 38–39.

Magnum Bullarium Romanum. Luxemburg, 1742. Vol. II, p. 664 ff.

Rome (House of Vestals), Italy, 1882.

Burial— 824 image 1 

Theophilus (829–842), 1 ; found with Anglo-Saxon of 10th cent. in terracotta vase.

Disposition:

Revue archéologique, 1884, p. 84.

Rosendal, Gotland, Sweden

Burial— 53 whole 12 broken image

Byzantine, 1 whole, 2 broken; Western European, 145 whole, 2 broken; Cufic, 7 whole; 8 broken. Latest of 990/1 A.D.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets och Antikvitets Akademien Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910, p. 83, no. 193.

Rovalds, Vänge, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 9 

Theodosius II (408–450), 1; Zeno, Z; Anastasius, 4; Justinian (527–565), 2. All solidi.

Disposition: National Museum, Stockholm.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 138.

Acta Archaeologica, II, 1931, p. 22, 25–26.

Janse, O. Le travail de l’or en Suede a l’epoque merovingienne. Orleans, 1922. p. 60, Nos. 169–173.

Sabratha, Africa, 1929?

Burial— 326 Æ

Byzantine, 326. Found in course of Excavations.

Disposition:

Guidi, G. Il teatro romano di Sabratha. (In Africa Italiana, III, 1930, p. 4.)

Sadovetz, Bulgaria, 1934.

Burial— 54  50 Æ

Justinian I (527–565), 8 sol., 2 trem.; Justin II, 17 sol., 5 trem.; Tiberius II, 7 sol., 1 sem., 8 trem.; Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 5 sol., 1 trem. ; 50 bronze of Justinian I, Justin II w. Sophia, and Maurice Tiberius.

Disposition: Sofia.

Note by Th. Gerassimov.

Numismatist, vol. 47, 1934, p. 394.

N. Y. Times, March 29, 1934.

Salo, Haliko, Finland, 1686.

Burial— image

Byzantine, Anglo-Saxon, German, and Cufic.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxi.

Saltholmsgaard, Bornholm, Denmark, 1882.

Burial— 29 

Valentinian III (425–455), 3 (2 barbaric); Libius Severus, 3; Glycerius, 1; Theodosius II, 9; Marcianus, 1; Leo I, 5; Zeno, 5; Leontius I, 1; Anastasius (491–518), 1.

Disposition:

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1894, p. 347, no. 169.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 145.

Samocov, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1906.

Burial— 600 image

Byzantine pot hoard.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, note 44. (Bulgarian text.)

Sane, Tallinn, Estonia.

Burial— 15 image

Byzantine, 2; Cufic (latest of 936 A.D.), 13 dirhems.

Disposition: Dorpat Museum.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of the State Acad. for History of Material Culture, Leningrad, I, 1926, p. 292.

St. George (Cape of), Crimea, Russia, 1856.

Burial— 30 Æ

Basil I (867–886); Basil I w. Constantine; Leo VI; Leo VI w. Alexander; Romanus I; Constantine VII; Constantine VII w. Romanus II; Romanus II; Romanus II w. Basil II; Nicephorus II Phocas; John Zimisces; Basil II (975–1025).

Disposition:

Robert, Ch. Rev. Num., 1859, p. 40–47. illus.

Sant’Antioco, Sardinia.

Burial— 1200 

Byzantine.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Archivio Storico Sardo, III, 1907, p. 26, note (1).

Riv. Ital. Num., 1915, p. 77.

Saphafar Monastery, Tiflis, Transcaucasia, c. 1890.

Burial— +12 image

Nicephorus III Botoniates (1078–1081), 12.

Disposition: Soc. for the support of education among Georgians in Tiflis, acq. 12.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 96.

Vasmer, R. R. Zeit. f. Num., XXXVI, 1926, p. 277, note 8.

Zapiski obshchestva liubitelei kawkazskoi archeologii, I, p. 184.

Saqqara Excavations (Monastery of Offa), Egypt, 1908–10.

Burial— Not a hoard. 721 Æ

Ptolemaic, 6; Roman, 41; Byzantine M Folles (Anastasius, 6; Justin I, 2; Anastasius or Justin I, 3; Justinian I, 3; Justin II, 1; Tiberius II, 1; Maurice Tiberius, 1; Phocas, 1; Constans II, 1), 19; IB Folles (Justinian I, 4; Justin II, 5; Tiberius II, 6; Maurice Tiberius, 5; Phocas, 8; Maurice or Phocas, 2; late 6th cent., 36), 67; Heraclius IB, 127; Arabic, 221; Illegible, 231; Doubtful Byzantine, 9.

Disposition:

Quibell, J. E. Excavations at Saqqara, 1908/9, 1909/10. Cairo, 1912. p. 37–42.

Sardis (Anc.), Asia Minor, 1910–14.

Burial— C.615 A.D. 216 Æ

Justin II w. Sophia (565–578), 5; Maurice Tiberius, 6; Phocas, 2 ; Heraclius I, 104; Heraclius I w. Heraclius Constantine (613–641), 99. Hoard found in course of Excavations.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Bell, H. W. Sardis. Publication of the American Society for the Excavation of Sardis. Vol. XI, Coins, Part I, 1910–14. Leyden, 1916. p. viii-ix, p. 78–94.

Sarre (near Reculver), Kent, England, 1860.

Burial— 4 

Pseudo-Byzantine of types of Maurice Tiberius (582–602), 2; Heraclius (610–641), 1; Frankish of Clothaire II (584–629), 1.

Disposition:

De Salis, J. W. F. On some looped coins found with Anglo-Saxon ornaments in Kent. Num. Chron., 1861, p. 58–59. pl.

Satu-Nou, Tulcea, Rumania, 1912.

Burial— 25 Æ

Justinian I (527–565).

Disposition:

Moisil, Const. Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., VI, 1914, p. 55.

Schwaan, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, 1859.

Burial— c. 1025. 868 whole 2396 broken image

Western European, 845 whole, 2395 broken; Byzantine, 1 broken; Russian, 1; Cufic, 22.

Disposition:

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 133, no. 10.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 40–41.

Dannenburg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsis chen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905, p. 49.

Izvestia Russ. Acad. Hist. of Material Culture, V, p. 311.

Selinti, Adana Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 7 

Justin II, 565–578 (Wroth XI, 1; B) 1 sol., (Wroth XI, 5) 1 trem.; Maurice Tiberius, 582–602 (Wroth XVII, 3; A, B, Г, H), 5 sol. Somewhat worn.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Sessa Aurunca, Italy.

Burial— 553 A.D. 2000 Æ 2 

Justinian I (527–565), 1 sol., 1 trem., 68 Æ; Athalaric, 11; Theodahad, 6; Eraric, 1; Baduila (541552), 93.

Disposition:

Levi, Alda. Not. Scav., 1919, p. 356–358.

A. J. A., XXV, 1921, p. 101.

Settimo, Sardinia , 1842.

Burial— 

Marcianus (450–457); Phocas; Heraclius; Tiberius (659–668).

Disposition:

Bull. arch. sardo, IV, 1858, p. 59.

Sguerly, see Izgherlix

Sierpov (near Lenczyca ), Poland, 1823.

Burial—

Byzantine, Anglo-Saxon, and German.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxvii.

Sigsarve, Gotland, Sweden, 1918.

Burial— 398.67 grm. image

Arabic, 727; Anglo-Saxon, 288; German, 217; Danish, 7; Bohemian, 4; Byzantine, 20; Found with silver jewelry. Latest coin, 1006 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 54, 1919, p. 514.

Fornvännen, XIV, 1919, Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 6.

Smekalovka, Batum, Transcaucasia

Burial— 4 

Justinian I (527–565) (Mint of Constantinople).

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 42, no. 52.

Smyrna (near), Asia Minor, 1840.

Burial— c.l000 

Theodore II Ducas Lascaris (1254–1258), 7; Michael VIII Palaeologus, 7; Remainder of John II Comnenus, 1118–1143 (deSaulcy, pl. xxvii, 2).

Disposition: H. P. Borrell.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., IV, 1841, p. 15–22.

Snäkarve, Gotland, Sweden, 1918.

Burial— 485 image

Arabic, 441; German, 13; Anglo-Saxon, 1; Byzantine, ½.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Fornvännen, XIV, 1919. Statens Historiska Museum och K. Myntkabinett, Tillväxten, p. 18.

Sobachii Gorb, Novgarad, Russia, 1906.

Burial— C.1050 A.D. c.336 image

Arabic (struck before 1009 A.D.), 267; John I Zimisces (969–976), 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Anglo-Saxon (978–1040), 23; Danish, 1; Bohemian, 1; Germanof 10th—11th cent., 42.

Disposition: Hermitage, Leningrad.

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIX, 1929, p. 127–131.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm., 1906, p. 117–118.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of the State Acad. for Hist. of Material Culture, I, Leningrad, 1926, p. 291.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 32–33.

Sofia, Bulgaria, 1897.

Burial— c.1100 A.D. 35  171 image

Romanus III Argyrus (1028–1034), Constantine IX Monomachus, Constantine X Ducas, Eudoxia with sons, Romanus IV with Eudocia and sons, Nicephorus III Botaniates, Alexius I Comnenus, 35 ; Michael VII Ducas,Nicephorus Botaniates, Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1113), 171 image.

Disposition:

Comptes-rendus Acad. inscr. et belles-lettres, 1897, p. 303.

Rev. Num., 1898, p. 128.

Gazette numismatique, II, 1897, p. 32.

Sofìa, Bulgaria, 1910.

Burial— 5 Æ

Anastasius II (713–716), 1 ; John Zimisces (969–976), 2; Unidentified, 3.

Disposition:

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, II, 1911, p. 268. (Bulgarian text.)

Sofìa, Bulgaria, 1929.

Burial— 20 Æ

Anastasius I (491–518), 9; Justin I (518–527), 9; same period, 2; found with bronze ring.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, VI, 192930, p. 314. (Bulgarian text.)

Soldatergaard, Bornholm, Denmark, 1850.

Burial— 35 

Solidi of Honorius (395–423), 1; Valentinian III, 5; Livius Severus, 1; Anthemius, 1; Julius Nepos, 1; Theodosius II, 7; Leo I, 8; Zeno, 6; Basiliscus, 1; Basiliscus w. Marcus, 1; Anastasius (491–518), 3.

Disposition:

Kongelige Nordiske Oldskrift Selskab. Antiquarisk Tidsskrift, 1850, p. 122.

Montelius, O. Från järnåldern, Stockholm, 1868, no. 227.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1894 p. 347. no. 170.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det Fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 145. Lund, 1926.

Spagergaard, Bornholm, Denmark, I860.

Burial— 7 

Valentinian III (425–455), 1 sol.; Theodosius II, 1; Leo I, 2; Zeno, 2; Anastasius I (491–518), 1.

Disposition:

Montelius, O. Från järnåldern. Stockholm, 1868. No. 222.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og historie, 1894, p. 347, No. 168.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 146.

Spanko (Spankovo), Peterhof, Russia, 1913.

Burial— C.1120 A.D. +1850 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1 whole, 1 broken. Found with Arabic, Anglo-Saxon, and German of 10th—11th cent.

Disposition: Hermitage acq. 1850.

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIX, 1929, p. 75–78.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm., 1913–1915, p. 180 & 260.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 42–43.

Spaski, Krolevetz, Russia, 1879.

Burial— 5 

John II Comnenus (1118–1143); Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180).

Disposition: Commission archéologique.

Stroganoff, S. Comptes-rendus Comiss. imper. arch., 1878–79, p. lxvii.

Trudy of 5th Arch. Convention, Tiflis, p. 250.

Srbovo, Yugoslavia.

Burial— Æ

Byzantine of time of Manuel I.

Disposition:

Saria, Baldwin. Numismatischer Bericht aus Jugoslawien. Num. Zeit., LX, 1927, p. 15.

Staraia Ladoga, Leningrad Province, Russia, 1920.

(South-west from Rurik Fortress)

Burial— +64 image

Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1 broken; Cufic (Latest, 976 A.D.), 11 whole, 45 broken; Western European, 6 whole, 1 broken; found with 2 image bars.

Disposition: State Acad. for History of Material Culture, Leningrad.

Vasmer, R. Transactions of the State Acad. for Hist. of Material Culture, I, Leningrad, 1926, p. 291.

Staryi Dedin, Mohilev, Klimovitchi, Russia, 1926.

Burial— C.980 A.D. 201 image

John I Zimisces, 969–976 (Wroth, pl. LIV, No. 13), 1; German, 2; Cufic, 198.

Disposition: Minsk Museum.

Vasmer, R. Ein im Dorfe Staryi Dedin in Weissrussland gemachter Fund kufischer Münzen. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2. Stockholm, 1929.

Stige, Jndal, Sweden, 1903.

Burial 3000 image

Anglo-Saxon of 2nd half of 9th century, Byzantine, Germanof Otto I to Otto III, Arabic, coins with Runic characters, and silver bars.

Disposition:

Mitteil. d. Klubs d. Münz-u. Medaillenfreunde in Wien, 1903, p. 105.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1903, col. 3015.

Frankfurter Zeitung, Sept. 12, 1903.

Stolpe, Hinterpommern, Germany, 1847.

Burial— 1002 A.D. +80 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1 broken; Nicephorus II Phocas, 1 broken; John I Zimisces, 1 broken; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (975–1025); with Arabic (804–915), German (962–996), Italian, Burgundian (963–1001), and English (959–1016).

Disposition:

Dannenberg, H. Mem. de la Soc. d’arch. et de Num. de St. Petersbourg, II, 1848, p. 96–109.

Stora Sojdeby, Gotland, Sweden, 1900.

Burial— c.1100 A.D. 2308 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1; Nicephorus II Phocas (963–969), 2; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 3; German, 1376; English, 801; Arabic, 28; Irish, 10; Hungarian, 3; Swedish, 2; Bohemian, 1; Italian, 1.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Schnittger, Bror. Fornvännen, X, 1915, p. 53–116, 189–246, 2 pls. Germansummary, p. 250–254.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 38–39.

Strømsborg, Norway, 1826.

Burial— 14 

Romanus I w. Christophorus, 921–931 (Wroth, pl. LIII, 1); Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus w. Romanus II, 945–959 (Wroth, pl. LIII, 12–14)

Disposition: Oslo University acq. 2; Bergen Museum, 2.

Rygh, O. Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1877, p. 120.

Holst, H. Symbolae Osloenses, fasc. VII, 1929, p. 89–90.

Suderbys, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 44 whole 132 broken image

Byzantine, 2 broken; Western European, 27 whole, 6 broken; Cufic, 17 whole, 124 broken. Latest of 1000 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40: 2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 84, no. 204.

Sungurlu, Corum Vilayet (Turkey), Asia Minor.

Burial— 11 

Theophilus w. Michael II and Constantine, 832?–839? (Wroth XLVIII, 16; X, A, θ, Iθ), 8 sol.; Michael III (Wroth XLIX, 17), 1 sol.; Theodora w. Michael III and Thecla (Wroth XLIX, 15), 1 sol.; Michael III w. Theodora, 852?–856 (Wroth XLIX, 16), 1 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Svenborg, Fyn, Denmark.

Burial— 7 

Valentinian III (425–455), 1; Majorianus, 1; Leo I, 2; Zeno, 2; Anastasius (491–518), 2; found with gold ring.

Disposition: Copenhagen.

Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1894, p. 345, No. 147.

Manadsblad, 1872, p. 74.

Montelius, O. Från Järnåldern. Stockholm, 1868. p. 26, No. 229.

Syracuse, Sicily, 1896.

Burial— image?

Roman imperial with Byzantine.

Disposition:

Gazette num. fran., I, 1897, p. 125.

Szegedin, Hungary.

Burial— 640 

Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (610–641).

Disposition:

Arch. Ertesito, 1903, p. 273.

Zeit. f. Num., XXV, 1906, Jb. p. 26.

Talings, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— 53 image

Byzantine, 1; Western European, 44; Cufic, 8.

Latest coin, Cufic of 934 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 36–37.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 62, no. 18.

Tanagra (Ancient), Greece, 1924.

Burial— 25 Æ

Anonymous of John I Zimisces (969–976) and successors.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Bull. corr. hell., 1924, p. 451.

Rev. Num., 1926, p. 107.

Taram, Bulgaria, 1902.

Burial— 28 

Byzantine pot hoard.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, note 28. (Bulgarian text.)

Tchenghe, Bulgaria, 1924.

Burial— 20 

Justinian I, 1.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, III, 1925, p. 254. (Bulgarian text.)

Tell Atrib, Egypt, 1906?

Burial—

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Arch. Anz., 1907, p. 160.

Teremia-Mare, Rumania, 1903.

Burial— 130 Æ

John II Comnenus (1118–1143), 37; Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180), 14; Remainder illegible.

Disposition:

Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., XV, 1920, p. 80.

Numiz. Közlöny, 1908, p. 171.

Thasos (Dionysios), 1923.

Burial— 21 Æ

Heraclius (610–641). Hoard? found during excavations of French School.

Disposition: National Museum, Athens.

Bull. corr. hell., 1923, p. 504.

Thuburbo Majus, Tunis, Africa.

Burial— 613–641 A.D. 150 

Heraclius w. Heraclius Constantine (613–641).

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis.

Bull. arch. du comité, 1925, p. lxxix-lxxxiv.

Arch. Anz., 1931, p. 551.

Tiflis, Transcaucasia, 1904.

Burial— 700–800 image

Sassanian drachms of Hormazd IV (579–590) and Khusrau II (590–628); Byzantine of Heraclius I alone and with Heraclius Constantine (610–641).

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 43, no. 59.

Pachomov, E. A. Monnaies Georgiens, I, p. 30.

Tirnovo, Bulgaria, 1898.

Burial— 23 Æ

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 271, note 20. (Bulgarian text).

Tirnovo, Bulgaria, 1912.

Burial— 10  2 Æ

Andronicus II w. Michael IX (1295–1320), 10 ; Bulgarian of Michael Shishman (1323–1330), 2 Æ.

Disposition: National museum, Sofia.

Filow, B. Arch. Anz., 1913, col. 363.

Tirnovo-Boruchtitza, Bulgaria, 1907.

Burial— 50 Æ

Comneni emperors, 11th cent.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, note 47. (Bulgarian text.)

Toprak-Hissar, Bulgaria, 1920.

Burial— Æ

Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195) ; lead seal, 1.

Disposition: Société arch. Stara Zagora.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, VII, 1919–20, p. 136. (Bulgarian text.)

Torontol, Hungary.

Burial— 

Heraclius Constantine (613–641); Constans II; Constantine IV Pogonatus, Heraclius and Tiberius (668–680?).

Disposition:

Rev. Num., 1914, p. 260.

Numiz. Közlöny, 1914, p. 17, 18, 19.

Trebizond, Asia Minor. (1)

Burial— 13 

John II Comnenus, 1118–1143 (Wroth LXVIII, 1), 12 sol.; Manuel I, 1143–1180 (Wroth LXIX, 7), 1 sol. All in excellent condition.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Trebizond, Asia Minor. (2)

Burial— 61 image

John IV of Trebizond, 1446–1458 (Retowski, Der Komnenen von Trapezunt, p. 295, pl. XV), 61 aspers.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Trzebun (near Plotsk), Poland, 1824.

Burial— after 1040 A.D. c.2000 image

Nicephorus II Phocas (964–969), Anglo-Saxon, German, Hungarian, and Polish.

Disposition:

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsischen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 51.

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i Svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxvii.

Tschausch (near Seidi Shehr), Asia Minor.

Burial— 36 

Constans II, 641–668 (Wroth XXX, 14; Г, Δ), 4 sol.; (Wroth XXX, 16; Г s, Z, θ), 5 sol.; (Wroth XXX, 17, 18; A, B, Г, s, є, θ, I), 24 sol.; (Wroth XXX, 21; A), 3 sol. All excellent to mint state.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Note by. Dr. Kurt Regling.

Tureff, Posen, Germany, 1846.

Burial— 985 A.D. c.80 image?

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959) with German(919–937), Norman (943–996), Italian (950–961) and Arabic.

Disposition:

Koehne, V. B. Memoires Soc. d’arch. et de num., St. Petersbourg, V, 1851, p. 241–248.

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsischen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 42–43.

Unknown Locality.

Burial— +200 Æ

Ostrogoth and Vandal with names and monograms of Odovacar (476–493), Theodoric, Theodahad, Witi-gis, Baduila (541–552), Anastasius (491–518), Hilderic, and Gelimer; also barbaric and uncertain.

Disposition:

Riv. ital. num., 1897, p. 22.

Unknown Locality, 1917.

Burial— 208 Æ

Alexius I (1081–1118), 1; Manuel I, 5; Isaac II, 143; Alexius III (1195–1203), 59.

Disposition: Egger.

Kubitschek, W. Num. Zeit., LI, 1918, p. 55–62. pl. IX.

Schindler, Leo. Mitteil. Num. Gesell. in Wien, XV, 1923, p. 229, 232.

Unknown Locality, Africa, 1909.

Burial— c.697 A.D. c.50 

Heraclius (610–680); Constans II; Constantine IV Pogonatus (668–685).

Disposition: Musée Alaoui au Bardo, Tunis, acq. 15.

Bull. arch. du comité, 1909, p. clxxv; 1925, p. lxxxiii.

Unknown Locality, Asia Minor. (1)

Burial— 360 

Justinian I, 527–565 (Wroth IV, 11; θ) 1 sol.; Maurice Tiberius (Wroth XVII, 3; B, Г, ε),3 sol.; Phocas (Wroth XX, 4; AVGG or AUCU, B, Г, ε, S, Z, θ, ι) 41 sol.; Heraclius I (Wroth XXIII, 2, 3; ε) 1 sol., (Wroth XXIII, 4–8; A, B, Г, Δ, ε, S, Z, H, θ, Bθ, I, and uncertain) 68 sol., (Wroth XXIII, 9; A, B, Δ, Z, θ, I) 11 sol., (Wroth XXIII, 10; A, B, Г, Δ, S, H, θ or B?, I, and uncertain) 18 sol., (Wroth XXIII, 11, 12; A, B, Г, Δ, ε, S, Z,. H, θ, I), 44 sol.; Constans II (Wroth XXX, 12; B, S, θ) 5 sol., (Wroth XXX, 14, 15; B, Г, Δ, Z, H, θ) 9 sol., (Wroth XXX, 16; A, B, Г, Δ, ε, S, Z, H, θ, I) 39 sol., (Wroth XXX, 17, 18; A, B, Г, Δ, ε, H, θ, I and uncertain) 21 sol., (Wroth XXX, 19, 20; A, B, Г, S, H, θ, I, A image, Г ∾, Hϕ) 21 sol., (Wroth XXXI, 1, 2; Z) 1 sol.; Constantine IV (Wroth XXXVI, 4; A, L, Δ, H, θ) 8 sol., (Wroth XXXVI, 1–3; A, B, L, Δ, є, S, H, N, θ and uncertain) 53 sol.; Justinian II, 685–695 (Wroth XXXVIII, 13, 14; Г, Δ, є, H, θ) 7 sol., (Wroth XXXVIII, 15, 16; є), 9 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople; transferred from Yildiz Palace.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Unknown Locality, Asia Minor. (2)

Burial— 112 

Justinian I (527–565), 3 sol.; Justin II, 9 sol.; Tiberius II Constantine, 2 sol.; Maurice Tiberius, 70 sol.; Phocas (602–610), 28 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople; transferred from Yildiz Palace.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Unknown Locality, Asia Minor. (3)

Burial— 17 

Constantine VIII, 1025–1028 (Wroth LVII, 9, 10), 2 sol.; Constantine IX (Wroth LIX, 1, 2), 2 sol.; Constantine X, 1059–1067 (Wroth LXI, 1), 13 sol.

Disposition: Constantinople; transferred from Yildiz Palace.

Note by Dr. Kurt Regling.

Unknown Locality, Asia Minor? (4)

Burial— c.1347 A.D. 26 image

Andronicus III (1328–1341), 2; Andronicus III, Anna and John V, 7; Anna w. John V (1341–1347),

17. Disposition:

Bertele, T. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., VI, 1930, p. 206–221, pls. XV–XVI.

Longuet, H. Revue numismatique, 1933, p. 135–148, pl. IX.

Unknown Locality, Asia Minor, 1924.

Burial— 80 

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180)

Disposition: John M. Wulfing.

Wulfing, John M. A hoard of eighty Byzantine coins. Numismatist, XXXIX, 1926, p. 49–54.

Unknown Locality, Egypt, 1908–09.

Burial— 

(1) Pectoral containing medallion of Valentinian III and coins as follows: Anthemius, 5 sol.; Basiliscus, 1 sol.; Justinian I, 2 sol., 2 trem.; Theodosius I, 1 sol.; Theodosius II, 2 sol. (2) Large framed medallion of Theodosius I. (3) Pectoral containing large imitation Roman medallion and following coins: Justin II, 3 sem., 2 trem.; Maurice Tiberius, 2 sem.; 3 trem.; Justinian I, 1 trem.; Tiberius II Constantine, 1 sem.; coin of Maurice Tiberius or Justin II. (4) Small gold medallion consisting of a solidus of Justinian I enclosed in a gold frame. (5) Small gold medallion consisting of solidus of Justin set in gold frame. (6) Solidus of Justinian I set in gold frame with pendants. Found with numerous other objects of jewelry.

Disposition: Freer Collection, Berlin Antiquarium, J. P. Morgan Collection in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Dennison, W. and Morey, C. R. Studies in East Christian and Roman art. New York, 1918. Pls.

Petrie, W. M. Flinders. Ancient Egypt, 1920, p. 10–14. pl.

Unknown Locality, Gotland, Sweden, 1711.

Burial— 358 image

Byzantine, Anglo-Saxon, German and Cufic.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. xlix.

Urbitza, Bulgaria, 1924.

Burial— 906 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Andronicus I Comnenus; Isaac II Angelus; Alexius III Comnenus (1195–1203).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, III, 1925, p. 255. (Bulgarian text.)

Varna, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial— Æ

Time of Justinian (527–565).

Disposition:

Riv. ital. num., XXII, 1909, p. 321.

Vaskovo, Velikije Luki, Russia, 1923.

Burial— 1015 A.D. 373 whole 4443 broken image

Romanus I (920–944), 1 broken; Nicephorus Phocas, 1; John I Zimisces, 1; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 2; found with Anglo-Saxon, Danish, Italian, Bohemian, and German coins of 10th—11th century.

Disposition: The Hermitage, Leningrad.

Baur, N. Zeit. f. Num., 1924–25, p. 280; 1929, p. 140–146.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of Acad. for hist. of material culture, Leningrad, I, 1926, p. 290.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 32–33.

Protokolle der Numismatischen Sektion in der archaologischen Akademie in Leningrad, 187.

Velsen, Netherlands.

Burial— 17 

Justin I (518–527), 3 sol.; Justinian I (527–565), 2 sol.; imitations of Justinian, 6 sol.; Overstruck, 6 sol.

Disposition:

Pleyte, W. Nederlandsche oudheden van de vroegste tijden tot op Karel den Groote. Leiden, 1877–1901. Westfriesland, p. 15–16.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 13.

Vidin, Bulgaria, 1896.

Burial— 21 

Byzantine, 7; Turkish, 14.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 271, note 16. (Bulgarian text.)

Visby, Gotland, Sweden.

Burial— c.1650 image

Byzantine, 21; Western European, 1244; Cufic, 324 whole, 60 broken. Latest coin of 1005/6 A.D.

Disposition: Historical Museum, Stockholm.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 38–39.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 82, no. 185.

Viviers, Ardèche, France.

Burial— Soon after 527 A.D. c.1000 

One-sixth of find consisted of imitations (?) of: Theodosius II (408–450), 3; Leo I, 19; Zeno, 18; Anastasius, 46; Justin I, 18; Justinian I (527–565), 9. Hoard also contained coins of Honorius (395–423), Marcianus, and Basiliscus.

Disposition: Dr. J. Chazalon acq. 150.

Vassy, A. Note sur la trouvaille de monnaies d’or de Viviers. Rhodania, Congres d’Aubenas et de Vals-les-Bains, 1927, no. 1241.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Num., 1929, p. 110–111; 1932, p. 116.

Journal des Debats, Dec. 14, 1926.

Vollia, Lifland, Estonia, 1903.

Burial— Early 11th cent. A.D. c.300 image

Byzantine, 123 (including a double milliarensis of Basil II w. Constantine VIII, 976–1025); Cufic, 39; Western European, 136.

Disposition: Imp. Arch. Commiss., St. Petersburg.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 77, No. 257.

Izvestia imp. arch. commiss., XVII, p. 136.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929, p. 42–43.

Frank, H. Die baltisch-arabischen Fundmünzen. (Mitteil. aus dem Gebiete der Gesch. Liv-, Est- und Kurlands, XVIII, Riga, 1908) p. 394.

Volo, Thessaly, 1907.

Burial— c.3489

Byzantine

Disposition: Greek government.

Blätter für Münzfreunde, 1907, p. 3767.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 126. (Quoting above.)

Vörden, Höxter, Germany, 1931.

Burial— 21

Roman and Byzantine.

Disposition:

Rom. German. Kommission, 21. Bericht, 1931, p. 180.

Vucovo, Bulgaria, 1898.

Burial— 5 kilo. Æ

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, note 21. (Bulgarian text.)

Waalse, Falster, Denmark, 1835.

Burial— 990–1000 A.D. 525 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–959), 1; Western European, 364; Cufic, 160.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett, Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxx.

Vasmer, R. R. Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Handlingar, Del 40:2, Stockholm, 1929. p. 40–41.

Markow, A. K. Topografija kladow wostocnych monet. St. Petersburg, 1910. p. 103, no. 12.

Annaler for nordisk Oldkyndighed, 1842–43, p. 33.

Dannenberg, H. Die deutschen Münzen der sächsischen und frankischen Kaiserzeit. Berlin, 1876–1905. p. 44.

Wendfelde, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, 1837.

Burial— 25 image

Constantine VII w. Romanus II (945–969), Anglo-Saxon, and German.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. lxxv.

Wible, Gotland, Sweden, 1739.

Burial—

Byzantine, Anglo-Saxon, German, and Cufic.

Disposition:

Hildebrand, B. E. Anglosachsiska mynt i svenska Kgl. Myntkabinett. Stockholm, 1846. p. L.

Wieuwerd, Friesland, Netherlands, 1866.

Burial— c.612 A.D. 39 

Merovingian (558–628), 12; Anastasius (491–518), 1 sol.; Justin I, 2 trem.; Justinian I, 4 sol.; Justin II, 1 sol.; Tiberius Constantine, 1 sol.; Phocas, 2 sol.; Heraclius I w. Heraclius Constantine (630–640), 2 sol.; barbaric imitations, 2 sol. Found with ten objects of jewelry.

Disposition: M. le Chevalier Hooft van Iddekinge.

Dirks, J. Rev. Num. Belge, 1867, p. 149–163.

Jahrbücher d. Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande, Bonn, XLIII, 1867, p. 57–91. pl. VI.

Congres Internat. de Num., Bruxelles, 1891, p. 364–366.

Pleyte, W. Nederlandsche Oudheden van de vroegste tijden tot op Karel den Groote. Leiden, 1877–1901. Friesland, p. 72.

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Lund, 1926. Bilagor I, p. 18.

Winzig, Niederschlesien, Germany, 1899.

Burial— Soon after 1025 A.D. 452 grm. image

Commodus (180–192), 1; Cufic (907–991), 4 broken; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 1; Bohemian (936–1002), 9 broken; English (978–1016), 3 whole, 5 broken; Danish, 1 broken; German (936–1024), 79 whole, 6 broken.

Disposition:

Bahrfeldt, Emil. Berliner Münzblätter, 1901, cols. 3049–3051.

Wölla, see Vollia

Yalivadj (near), Antiochia Pisidiae, Asia Minor, 1924.

Burial— ±35 

Zeno (477–491), 1 sol.; Phocas, 12 sol.; Heraclius I w. Heraclonas, 1 sol.; Heraclius I, 4 sol.; Basil II w. Constantine VIII (976–1025), 2 sol.

Disposition: Prof. D. M. Robinson acq. 19.

Note by Prof. David M. Robinson.

Zagalu, Novobaiazet, Erivan, Transcaucasia, 190–.

Burial— 6 

Romanus IV (1068–1070), 1; Remainder unknown.

Disposition: University of Kharkov.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 49, no. 94.

Izvestia Imp. Arch. Comm., Addenda to vol. VI.

Zalesche, Kreis Gr.-Strehlitz, Germany, 1919.

Burial— +100 image

Byzantine.

Disposition:

Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 54, 1919, p. 530.

Oberschles. Zeitung, May 6, 1919.

Zaschowitz, Moravia, Austria.

Burial— 4 

Zeno (479–491), 2; Anastasius, 1; Justinian I (527–565), 1.

Disposition:

Bolin, S. Fynden av romerska mynt i det fria Germanien, Bilagor I, p. 117. Lund, 1926.

Mitteil. K. K. Zentralkomm, für Denkmalpflage, 1900, p. 56.

Cervinka. Morava za praveku, III, 1895, p. 292.

Zatschepilovo, Poltawa, Russia, 1928.

Burial— 7 

Byzantine solidi contemporary with those of Pereschtschepino find (582–646).

Disposition:

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1931, p. 228.

Zeccone, Lombardia, Italy.

Burial— 20 

Solidi of Anastasius (491–518); Justinian I (527–566); one from mint of Milan of the time of Theodoric.

Disposition:

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell’Ist. Ital. Num., V, p. 161.

Brambilla, Altre Annotazione Numismatiche, 1870, p. 62sq.

Zgurigrad, Bulgaria, 1928.

Burial— 12 Æ

Alexius I Comnenus (1081–1118), 2; John II Comnenus, 1; Manuel I Comnenus, 2; Isaac II Angelus (1185–1195), 7. Found in Placalnitza copper mine.

Disposition: Sofia.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. arch. bulgare, V, 1928–29, p. 385. (Bulgarian text.)

Zimnicem, Teleorman, Rumania.

Burial— 2000 Æ scyphate

Comneni emperors.

Disposition:

Moisil, Const. Bul. Soc. Num. Rom., X, 1913, p. 21.

Bolliac. Trompeta Carpatilor, 1869, no. 699.

Zlataritza, Bulgaria, 1910.

Burial— 470 Æ

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180); Andronicus I Comnenus (1184–1185). Pot hoard.

Disposition: Sofia.

Filow, B. Bull. soc. arch. bulgare, II, 1911, p. 278–280. (Bulgarian text.)

Filow, B. Arch. Anz., 1912, p. 576.

Zlataritza, Bulgaria, 1923.

Burial— 400 image

Manuel I Comnenus (1143–1180), 12; Andronicus I Comnenus, 5; Isaac II Angelus (1185–1204), 113.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 18; remainder dispersed.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. inst. arch. bulgare, II, 1923–24, p. 230. (Bulgarian text.)


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INDEX OF EMPERORS

  • Alexius I Comnenus, 1081–1118. Balabur; Batcun; Bucharest, 1920; Corinth Excavations; Corinth, 1934 (2); Dempozike; Granitza; Hissar; Isaccea; Izgherli; Kalipetrovo; Makri; Nemet-Csernya; Preslav, 1927; Sofia, 1897; Unknown locality, 1917; Zgurigrad.
  • Alexius III Angelus, 1195–1203. Amorgos; Brusa; Corinth Excavations; Gonia; Pergamum; Pergamum Excavations; Postallar; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations; Unknown locality, 1917; Urbitza.
  • Alexius IV, 1203–1204. Naousa.
  • Anastasius I, 491–518. Alaya; Alise-Saint-Reine; Akebäck; Almindingen; Aydin Vilayet; Benevento; Biesenbrow; Bornholm; Bresin; Brzovitza; Caseburg; Chinon; Corinth Excavations; El Djem; Elsehoved; Ephesus; Escharen; Eskelhem; Etelhem; Finero; Frickingen; Friesland; Gourdon; Hyeres; Kaggeholm; Kapril di Sebenico; Khirbat Dubel; Klein Schelken; Mezzocammino; Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Monte Roduni; Nixdjup; Osetia; Padenge; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rovalds; Saltholmsgaard; Sofia, 1929; Soldatergaard; Spagergaard; Svenborg; Unknown locality; Viviers; Wieuwerd; Zaschowitz; Zeccone.
  • Anastasius II, 713–716. Anchialus; Sofia, 1910.
  • Andronicus I Comnenus, 1184–1185. Bania; Batcun; Caparelle; Corinth Excavations; Draganovo; Eremia; Granitza; Izgherli; Preslav, 1927; Rhodes, 1931; Urbitza; Zlataritza, 1910; Zlataritza, 1923.
  • Andronicus II Palaeologus, 1282–1328. Aglen; Carlovo; Draghijevo; Gherman; London; Opaca.
  • Andronicus II and III, 1325–1328. Pergamum Excavations.
  • Andronicus II and Michael IX, 1295–1320. Bela-Cerkva; Draganovo; Pergamum Excavations; Tirnovo.
  • Andronicus III, 1328–1341. Unknown locality, Asia Minor (4).
  • Anonymous. Ani; Pergamum Excavations; Tanagra.
  • Arabic. Alexanderhof; Allmanninge; Althofchen; Antinoe (2); Bjarby; Botels i Hafdems; Boters; Borovskaja; Broa; Broby; Caseburg; Clausholm; Denis; Digrans; Djuped; Domerarve; Dorogobuz; Enges; Enner; Eskilstuna; Fole; Folhagen; Gereta; Gralow; Halsarve; Hogdarve; Hograns; Hon; Ilanz; Jarocin; Jervis; Katlunds; Korostowa; Kvarna; Lasarve; Leal; Lilla Klintegårda; Lilla Rone; Lilla Vadstade; Luurila; Mallgards; Maszenice; Mikolajevicy; Minsk; Molody; Munkegaard; Myrungs Farm; Nas; Norrqvie; Novyi Dvor; Nygards; Othem Co.; Oxarve; Oranienburg; Osterby; Ostjadra; Petes; Peuth; Polzin; Porecje; Porto Torres; Reno; Reval; Risungs; Rosendal; Salo; Sane; Schwaan; Sigsarve; Snakarve; Sobachii Gorb; Spanko; Staraia Lagoda; Staryi Dedin; Stige; Stolpe; Stora Sojdeby; Suderbys; Talings; Unknown locality, Sweden, 1711; Visby; Vollia; Waalse; Wible; Winzig.
  • Athalaric, 526–534. Vandal. Mt. Castro dei Volsci;
  • Baduila (Totila), 541–552. Ostrogoth. Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Sessa; Unknown locality.
  • Barbaric Imitations. Almindingen; Amorgos; Antinoe; Enner; Escharen; Etelhem; Friesland; Munningen; Sarre; Unknown locality; Wieuwerd.
  • Basil I, 867–886. Corinth Excavations; Porto Torres, Preslav, 1927; Reggio di Calabria; St. George (Cape of).
  • Basil I and Constantine, 869–879. St. George (Cape of).
  • Basil I, Constantine, and Leo VI, 870–879. Pergamum Excavations.
  • Basil II, 976–1025. Kalipetrovo; Preslav, 1927; St. George (Cape of).
  • Basil II and Constantine VIII, 976–1025. Allmänninge; Althöfchen; Borovskaja; Corinth Excavations; Dolhesti; Gerete; Högdarve; Hogräns; Kvarna; Larsarve; Lilla Klintegårda; Mgowo; Mikolajevicy; Molody; Myrungs; Näs; Norrqvie; Petes; Peuth; Priebrow; Risungs; Sobachii Gorb; Spanko; Staraia Lagoda; Stolpe; Stora Sojdeby; Vaskovo; Vollia; Winzig; Yalivadj.
  • Beneventum. Reno.
  • Byzantine (with no indication of rulers represented). Alexandropol; Biisk; Bjärby; Bou-Arada; Broa; Campobello; Carthage, 1872; Carthage, 1898?; Caseburg; Clausholm; Denis; Digrans; Divdedovo; Djebel-Derhafla; Djuped; Dorogobuz; Dzansul; Enges; Filipovtzi; Fole; Fölhagen; Gornia Bania; Hotnitza; Jervis; Katlunds; Korostowo; Lapithos; Lilla Rone; Lilla Vadstäde; Luurila; Madara; Mtskhet; Myrungs Farm; Nygårds; Olympia; Opize Monastery; Österby; Östjädra; Ozurget Co.; Porecje; Preslav; Prinkipo; Rachin Co.; Reval; Rosendal; Sabratha; Sadovetz; Salo; Samocov; Sane; Sant’Antioco; Schwaan; Sierpov; Sigsarve; Snakarve; Stige; Suderbys; Syracuse; Talings; Taram; Tell Atrib; Tirnovo, 1898; Unknown locality, Sweden, 1711; Vidin; Visby; Vollia; Volo; Vörden; Vucovo; Wible; Zalesche; Zatschepilovo.
  • Comneni Dynasty, 11th Century. Botevo; Caparelli; Cartai; Coino; Debeletz; Debnevo; Diabovo; Hissar; Nemet-Csernya; Rilo; Tirnovo-Boruchtitza; Zimnicem.
  • Constans II, 641–668. Athens, 1876–77; Carthage, 1900; Corinth Excavations; Cyprus, 1858; Dnieper Delta; Lacco Ameno; London; Oldenburg; Pereschtschepino; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Torontol; Tschausch; Unknown locality, Africa, 1909; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1).
  • Constans II and Constantine Pogonatus, 654–659. Athens, 1876–1877; Cyprus, 1858; Lacco Ameno; Pergamum Excavations.
  • Constans II, Constantine Pogonatus, Heraclius, Tiberius, 654–659. Athens, 1876–1877; Cyprus, 1858; Lacco Ameno; Pergamum Excavations.
  • Constantine IV Pogonatus, 668–685. Arkesine; Carthage, 1900; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Leidischehir; Oldenburg; Pergamum Excavations; Unknown locality, 1909; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1).
  • Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius, 668–680? Arkesine; Cyprus, 1858; Lacco Ameno; Pantalica; Torontol.
  • Constantine V, 741?–775. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Lagbe; London.
  • Constantine V and Leo III, 720–741? Hon.
  • Constantine V and Leo IV, 751–775. Reno.
  • Constantine VI and Irene, 780–797. Lagbe; Reno.
  • Constantine VII, 913–959. Akhaltsykh; Corinth Excavations; Hököpinge; Domerarve; Nemet-Csernya; Norrqvie; Pergamum Excavations; St. George (Cape).
  • Constantine VII and Romanus II, 945–959. Alexanderhof; Botels i Hafdems; Boters; Corinth Excavations; Gaja; Högdarve; Jarocin; Leal; Munkegaard; Oranienburg; Othem Co.; St. George (Cape); Stolpe; Stora Sojdeby; Strømsborg; Tureff; Waalse; Wendfelde.
  • Constantine VIII, 1025–1028. Mallgards; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (3).
  • Constantine IX Monomachus, 1042–1055. Corinth Excavations; Diarbekir Vilayet; Kalipetrovo; Oxarve; Priene Excavations; Sofia, 1897; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (3).
  • Constantine X Ducas, 1059–1067. Corinth Excavations; Diarbekir Vilayet; Dwiri; Erivan; Kalipetrovo; Lachin; Motta San Giovanni; Pergamum Excavations; Preslav, 1927; Sofia, 1897; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (3).
  • Desiderius, 757–774. Lombard. Ilanz.
  • Eraric, 541. Ostrogoth. Sessa.
  • Gelimer, 530–533. Vandal. Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Unknown locality.
  • Genseric, 428–477. Vandal. Guelma; Philippeville.
  • Gunthamund, 484–496. Vandal. Mt. Castro dei Volsci.
  • Heraclius I, 610–641. Akalan; Alexandria; Antinoe; Antinoe (2); Athens, 1876–77; Aydin Vilayet; Beth-Shan; Carthage, 1900; Chatalja; Corinth Excavations; Dnieper Delta; Echmiadsin Co.; Igdir; Khirbat Dubel; Lacco Ameno; London; Medjid Eüsü; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rome, 1587; Sardis; Sarre; Settimo; Thasos; Tiflis; Unknown locality, 1909; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1); Yalivadj.
  • Heraclius I and Heraclius Constantine, 613–641. Alexandria; Athens, 1876–77; Aydin Vilayet; Chatalja; Echmiadsin Co.; Goulette; Henchir-Sidi; Lacco Ameno; Pereschtschepino; Pergamum Excavations; Perm; Poltawa; Priene Excavations; Rhodes, 1932; Sardis; Szegedin; Thuburbo Majus; Tiflis; Wieuwerd.
  • Heraclius I and Heraclonas, 638–641. Alexandria; Lacco Ameno; Poltawa; Yalivadj.
  • Heraclius Constantine, 613–641. Athens, 1876–77; Echmiadsin; Henchir-Sidi; Igdir; Torontol.
  • Hilderic, 523–530. Vandal. Guelma; Philippeville; Unknown locality.
  • Huneric, 477–484. Vandal. Mt. Castro dei Volsci.
  • Irene of Athens, 797–802. Reno.
  • Isaac I Comnenus, 1057–1059. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929 (1); Kalipetrovo; Motta San Giovanni; Preslav, 1927.
  • Isaac II Angelus, 1185–1195 & 1203–1204. Amorgos; Bagarentzi; Bania; Brusa; Corinth Excavations; Diabovo; Gonia; Granitza; Izgherli; Naousa; Pergamum; Pergamum Excavations; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations; Rhodes, 1931; Toprak-Hissar; Unknown locality, 1917; Urbitza; Zgurigrad; Zlataritza, 1923.
  • John Angelus, 1232–1244. Thessalonica. Arta; Caparelli; Postallar.
  • John I Angelus Comnenus, 1271–1296. Neopatras. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Lepsina; Pergamum Excavations.
  • John I Vatatzes, 1222–1254. Nicaea. Arta; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Corinth, 1933; Pergamum Excavations; Pergamum, 1912.
  • John I Zimisces, 969–976. Alexanderhof; Aytoska Banja; Borovskaja; Boters; Cazitchane; Corinth Excavations; Domerarve; Eskilstuna; Gralow; Halsarve; Jarocin; Korostowo; London; Maszenice; Mgowo; Minsk; Molody; Nas; Norrqvie; Novyi Dvor; Pergamum Excavations; Polzen; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations; Rahovo; St. George (Cape); Sobachii Gorb; Sofia, 1910; Staryi Dedin; Stolpe; Tanagra; Vaskovo.
  • John II Comnenus, 1118–1143. Adana; Athens, 1928; Bela-Cerkva; Caparelli; Corinth Excavations; Gonia; Isaccea; Izgherli; Lindos; Mahala-Pissaratzi; Mesembria; Pergamum Excavations; Preslav, 1927; Rilo, 1922; Smyrna; Spaski; Teremia-Mare; Trebizond (1); Zgurigrad.
  • John II Angelus, 1303–1318. Neopatras. Chrysso; Ithome.
  • John IV, 1446–1458. Trebizond. Trebizond (2).
  • John V, 1341–1391. Unknown locality, Turkey?
  • John VIII, 1423–1448. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929.
  • Justin I, 518–527. Alexandria; Alise-Saint-Reine, 1804; Alishar; Antinoe; Aytoska Banja; Benevento; Biesenbrow; Chinon; Corinth Excavations; El Djem; Etelhem; Finero; Friesland; Gourdon; Hadji Sinanlar; Khirbat Dubel; Klein Schelken; Mominbrod; Narona; Padenge; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rome, 1587; Sofia, 1929; Velsen; Viviers; Wieuwerd.
  • Justin I and Justinian, 527. Cyprus, 1899; El Djem; Finero; Khirbat Dubel.
  • Justin II, 565–578. Alexandria; Antinoe (2); Corinth Excavations; Khirbat Dubel; Munningen; Narona; Osetia; Priene Excavations; Sadovetz; Selinti; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (2); Unknown locality, Egypt, 1908–09; Wieuwerd.
  • Justin II and Sophia, 565–578. Athens, 1908; Bucharest, 1929; Ephesus; London; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Sadovetz; Sardis.
  • Justinian I, 527–565. Akeback; Alexandria; Alise-Saint-Reine; Anchialus; Antinoe; Athens, 1908; Aytoska Banja; Batum; Benevento; Bieloiarovka; Biesenbrow; Corinth; Corinth Excavations; Cotrone; Deerlyk; El Djem; Ephesus; Escharen; Finero; Frickingen; Friesland; Hadji Sinanlar; Hyeres; Kapril di Sebenico; Khirbat Dubel; Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Monte Roduni; Munningen; Narona; Oldenburg; Osetia; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rahovo; Rome, 1587; Rovalds; Sadovetz; Satu-Nou; Sessa; Smekalovka; Tchenghe; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1); Unknown locality, Asia Minor (2); Unknown locality, Asia Minor (3); Unknown locality, Egypt, 1908–09; Varna; Velsen; Viviers; Wieuwerd; Zaschowitz; Zeccone.
  • Justinian II, 685–694 & 705–711. Leidischehir; Pitsund Monastery, 1915; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1).
  • Justinian II and Tiberius, 705–711. Cornus, 1858; Ossi.
  • Leo III, 717–741. Lagbe; Ossi; Reno.
  • Leo IV, 775–780. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Lagbe.
  • Leo IV and Constantine VI, 776–780. Reno; Priene Excavations.
  • Leo V and Constantine, 813–820. Lagbe; Priene Excavations.
  • Leo VI, 886–912. Cittanuova; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Corinth, 1934 (2); Pergamum Excavations; Reggio di Calabria; St. George (Cape of).
  • Leo VI and Alexander, 886–912? St. George (Cape of).
  • Leo VI and Constantine VII, 911–912. Opize monastery.
  • Liutprand, 712–744. Lombard. Ilanz; Ossi.
  • Manuel Angelus, 1230–1232. Thessalonica. Arta.
  • Manuel I Comnenus, 1143–1180. Amorgos; Bania; Batcun; Brusa; Bucharest, 1920; Caparelli; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Draganovo; Eremia; Granitza; Hraljero-Raschka; Isaccea; Izgherli; Kaleutze; Lindos; London; Marathon Dam; Naousa; Ossoytza; Pergamum; Pergamum Excavations; Postallar; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations; Rhodes, 1931; Spaski; Srbovo; Teremia-Mare; Trebizond (1); Unknown locality, 1917; Unknown locality, 1924; Urbitza; Zgurigrad; Zlataritza, 1910; Zlataritza, 1923.
  • Maurice Tiberius, 582–602. Akalan; Alexandria; Antinoe; Antinoe (2); Beth-Shan, 1930; Chatalja; Constantinople; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Cyprus, 1899; Escharen; Goulette; Hon; Khirbat Dubel; Nokalakewi; Pereschtschepino; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rome, 1587; Sadovetz; Sardis; Sarre; Selinti; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1); Unknown locality, Asia Minor (2); Unknown locality, Egypt, 1908–09.
  • Manuel II, 1391–1423. Rhodes, 1931.
  • Michael I, 811–813. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929.
  • Michael I and Theophylactus, 811–813. Lagbe.
  • Michael II, 820–829. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929, Oldenburg, Ragusa.
  • Michael II, 1237–1271. Epirus. Arta.
  • Michael II and Theophilus, 821?–829. Lagbe; Pergamum Excavations.
  • Michael III, 842–867. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Oldenburg; Sungurlu.
  • Michael III and Theodora, 852?–856. Hon; Sungurlu.
  • Michael IV, 1034–1041. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations.
  • Michael VI, 1056–1057. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Priene Excavations.
  • Michael VII Ducas, 1071–1078. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Diarbekir; Diarbekir (Hissinkief Citadel); Diarbekir Vilayet; Gurghendjik; Hissar, 1922; Ilioje; Kalipetrovo; Pergamum Excavations; Preslav, 1927.
  • Michael VIII Palaeologus, 1261–1282. Aglen; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Gurghendjik; Pergamum Excavations; Smyrna.
  • Michael VIII, 1259–1282. Nicaea. Arta.
  • Michael IX, 1295–1320. Draghijevo.
  • Nicephorus I, 802–811. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Lagbe; Reno.
  • Nicephorus I and Stauricus, 803–811. Lagbe.
  • Nicephorus II Phocas, 963–969. Alexanderhof; Althöfchen; Broby; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Pergamum Excavations; Peuth; St. George (Cape of); Stolpe; Stora Sojdeby; Trzebun; Vaskovo.
  • Nicephorus II and Basil II, 963. Gaja.
  • Nicephorus III Botantiates, 1078–1081. Boli; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Corinth, 1934 (2); Hissar, 1922; Priene Excavations; Sofia, 1897; Saphaphar.
  • Odovacar, 476–493. Ostrogoth. Mezzocammino; Unknown locality.
  • Ostrogothic. Perugia; Monte Roduni; Monte Rosa.
  • Phocas I, 602–610. Akalan; Alexandria; Antinoe; Antinoe (2); Athens, 1876–1877; Aydin Vilayet; Beth-Shan, 1930; Chatalja; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Euboea; Goulette; Henchir-Sidi; Khirbat Dubel; Medjid Eüsü; Oldenburg; Osetia; Pereschtschepino; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Rhodes, 1932; Rome, 1587; Sardis; Settimo; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (1); Unknown locality, Asia Minor (2); Wieuwerd, 1866. Yalivadj.
  • Romanus I, 919–944. Corinth, 1934 (1); St. George (Cape of); Vaskovo.
  • Romanus I and Christopher, 921–931. Strømsborg.
  • Romanus I, Constantine VII, Stephen and Constantine, 931–944. Botels i Hafdems.
  • Romanus II and Basil II, 960–963. St. George (Cape of).
  • Romanus II, 959–963. Pergamum Excavations; St. George (Cape of).
  • Romanus III, 1028–1034. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Sofia, 1897.
  • Romanus IV, 1067–1071. Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Pergamum Excavations; Priene Excavations; Zagalu.
  • Romanus IV, Eudocia, Michael VII, Constantine and Andronicus, 1067–1071. Boli, Dwiri; Kalipetrovo; Sofia, 1897.
  • Theodahad, 534–536. Ostrogoth. Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Sessa; Unknown locality.
  • Theodora, Daughter of Constantine VIII, 1055–1056. Cittanuova; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Corinth, 1934 (2); Motta San Giovanni; Preslav, 1927; Priene Excavations.
  • Theodora, Michael III, and Thecla, 842–856. Sungurlu.
  • Theodore Angelus, 1222–1230. Thessalonica. Arta; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929.
  • Theodore I, 1204–1222. Nicaea. Brusa; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Cyprus, ante 1852; Pergamum; Pergamum Excavations; Postallar; Priene Excavations.
  • Theodore II, 1254–1258. Nicaea. Arta; Pergamum; Smyrna; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929.
  • Theodoric, 493–526. Ostrogoth. Finero; Mengen; Mt. Castro; Unknown locality; Zeccone.
  • Theodore Comnenus, 1214–1230. Epirus. Amorgos.
  • Theophilus, 829–842. Cazitchane; Constantine; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Lagbe; Rome, 1882.
  • Theophilus, Michael and Constantine VIII, 832?–839? Lagbe; Porto Torres; Ragusa; Sungurlu.
  • Tiberius, son of Constans II, 659–668. Settimo.
  • Tiberius II Constantine, 578–582. Alexandria; Antinoe; Bucharest, 1929; Chatalja; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929; Ephesus; Ghertche-Cunar; Khirbat Dubel; Medjid Eüsü; Munningen; Narona; Ortacesos; Priene Excavations; Rome, 1587; Sadovetz; Unknown locality, Asia Minor (2); Unknown locality, Egypt, 1908–09; Wieuwerd, 1866.
  • Tiberius III Apsimarus, 698–705. Ossi; Pergamum Excavations.
  • Trebezond. Dzansul.
  • Vandalic. Cagliari; Carthage, c.1887; Monte Roduni; Monte Rosa; Perugia.
  • Witigis, 536–540. Ostrogoth. Unknown locality.

GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX

  • Africa. Bou-Arada, 1903; Carthage, c.1872; Carthage, c.1887; Carthage, 1898?; Carthage, 1900; Djebel-Derhafla, 1917?; El Djem, 1903; Goulette, 1912; Guelma, 1843; Henchir-Sidi Amor-Bou-Hadjela, 1908?; Philippeville, 1843; Sabratha, 1929?; Thuburbo Majus; Unknown locality, 1909.
  • Asia Minor. Adana; Alaya; Alishar, 1930; Aydin Vilayet; Boli; Brusa; Diarbekir; Diarbekir (Hissinkief Citadel); Diarbekir Vilayet; Ephesus, 1917?; Ilioje; Lagbe; Leidischehir; Makri, 1922; Medjid Eüsü; Pergamum; Pergamum Excavations; Pergamum, 1912; Priene Excavations; Sardis, 1910–14; Selinti; Smyrna, 1840; Sungurlu; Trebizond (1); Trebizond (2); Tschausch; Unknown locality (1); Unknown locality (2); Unknown locality (3); Unknown locality (4); Unknown locality, 1924; Yalivadj, 1924.
  • Austria. Gaja, 1858; Zaschowitz.
  • Belgium. Deerlyk, 1848.
  • Bulgaria. Aglen, 1912; Akalan, 1913; Anchialus, 1912; Aytoska Banja, 1911; Bagarentzi, 1926; Bania, 1926; Batcun, 1922?; Bela-cerkva, 1934; Botevo, 1904; Brzovitza, 1926; Carlovo, 1899; Cartai, 1914; Cazitchane, 1912?; Coino, 1930; Debeletz, 1899; Debnevo, 1926; Diabovo, 1924; Divdedovo, 1909; Draganovo, 1925; Draghijevo, 1912?; Eremia, 1924; Filipovtzi, 1896; Gherman, 1914; Ghertche-Cunar, 1927; Gornia Bania, 1906; Granitza, 1923; Gurghendjik, 1911; Hadji Sinanlar, 1914; Hissar, 1920; Hissar, 1922; Hotnitza, 1903; Izgherli, 1903; Madara, 1903; Mahala-Pissaratzi, 1927; Mesembria, 1932; Mominbrod, 1914; Opaca, 1929; Ossoytza, 1926; Preslav, 1909; Preslav, 1927; Rahovo, 1910?; Rilo, 1901; Rilo, 1922; Sadovetz, 1934; Samocov, 1906; Sofia, 1897; Sofia, 1910; Sofia, 1929; Taram, 1902; Tchenghe, 1924; Tirnovo, 1898; Tirnovo, 1912; Tirnovo-Boruchtitza, 1907; Toprak-Hissar, 1920; Urbitza, 1924; Varna, 1909; Vidin, 1896; Vucovo, 1898; Zgurigrad, 1928; Zlataritza, 1910; Zlataritza, 1923.
  • Cyprus. Cyprus, ante 1852; Cyprus, 1858; Cyprus, 1899; Lapithos.
  • Denmark. Almindingen; Bornholm; Elsehoved; Enner; Munkegaard, 1864; Saltholmsgaard, 1882; Soldatergaard, 1850; Spagergaard, 1860; Svenborg; Waalse, 1835.
  • Egypt. Alexandria, 1903; Antinoe, 1914 (1); Antinoe, 1914 (2); Saqqara Excavations, 1908–10; Tell Atrib, 1906?; Unknown locality, 1908–09.
  • England. London, 1872; Sarre, 1860.
  • Estonia. Clausholm, 1880; Jervis, 1685; Leal, 1924; Peuth, 1906; Sane; Vollia, 1903.
  • Finland. Luurila, 1906; Reval, 1926; Salo, 1686.
  • France. Alise, 1804; Chinon, 1881; Gourdon, 1845; Hyères, 1910?; Viviers.
  • Germany. Alexanderhof, 1901; Biesenbrow; Bresin, 1795; Caseburg, 1864; Frickingen, 1896?; Gralow, 1896; Hela, 1800; Mengen, 1932; Mgowo, 1893; Munningen, 1906; Oldenburg; Oranienburg, 1861; Polzin, 1886; Priebrow, 1914; Schwaan, 1859; Stolpe, 1847; Tureff, 1846; Vörden; Wendfelde, 1837; Winzig, 1899; Zalesche, 1919.
  • Greece. Amorgos, 1909; Arkesine, c. 1900; Arta; Athens. 1876–77; Athens (Dipylon), 1908; Athens, 1928; Caparelli, 1927; Chrysso, 1929?; Corinth; Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929 (1); Corinth Excavations, 1896–1929 (2); Corinth, 1933; Corinth, 1934 (1); Corinth, 1934 (2); Dempozike, 1927; Euboea, 1922; Gonia, (Thera), 1910; Ithome, 1900; Kaleutze, 1922; Lepsina, 1862; Marathon Dam, 1928; Naousa, (Paros), 1927; Olympia, 1875–77; Tanagra, 1924; Thasos, (Dionysios), 1923; Volo, 1907.
  • Hungary. Szegedin, Torontol.
  • Italy. Benevento; Campobello; Cittanuova, 1923; Cotrone; Finero, 1888; Lacco Ameno, 1891; Mezzocammino, 1916; Monte Roduni del Sannio; Monte Rosa (Lipari), 1909?; Motta San Giovanni, 1923; Mt. Castro dei Volsci; Ossi, 1907; Padenghe; Perugia; Reggio di Calabria; Reno, 1857; Rome, 1587; Rome, 1882; Sessa (Aurunca); Zeccone.
  • Netherlands. Escharen, 1897; Friesland; Velsen; Wieuwerd, 1866.
  • Norway. Hon farm, Eker, 1834; Strømsberg, 1826.
  • Palestine. Beth-Shan, 1930; Khirbat Dubel, 1928.
  • Poland. Althöfchen, 1872; Jarocin; Maszenice; Mikolajevicy, 1893; Sierpov, 1823; Trzebun, 1824.
  • Prinkipo. Prinkipo, 1930?
  • Rhodes. Lindos; Rhodes, 1931; Rhodes, 1932.
  • Rumania. Bucharest, 1920; Bucharest, 1929; Dolhesti, 1881–2; Isaccea, 1913; Kalipetrovo, 1928; Klein Schelken, 1856; Satu-Nou, 1912; Teremia-Mare, 1903; Zimnicem.
  • Russia. Bieloiarovka, 1913; Borovskaja, 1846; Denis, 1912; Dnieper Delta, 1927; Dorogobuz, 1847; Korostowo, 1891; Molody, 1878; Novyi Dvor, 1871; Pereschtschepino, 1912; Perm, 1851; Porecje, 1886; St. George (Cape), 1856; Sobachii Gorb, 1906; Spanko, 1913; Spaski, 1879; Staraia Ladoga, 1920; Staryi Dedin, 1926; Vaskovo, 1923; Zatschepilovo, 1928.
  • Sardinia. Cagliari; Cornus S. Caterina, 1858?; Ortacesos, 1860?; Porto Torres, 1922; Sant’Antioco; Settimo, 1842.
  • Siberia. Biisk.
  • Sicily. Pantalica, 1903; Syracuse, 1896.
  • Sweden. Akeback, 1929; Allmänninge, 1836; Bjarby; Botels i Hafdems; Boters, 1860; Broa, 1913; Broby, 1816–17; Digrans, 1828; Djuped, 1919; Domerarve, 1857; Enges; Eskelhem, 1860; Eskilstuna, 1833; Etelhem, 1929; Fole, 1910?; Fölhagen; Gerete, 1845; Halsarve, 1848; Högdarve; Hograns Parish; Hököpinge, 1820; Kaggeholm, 1783; Katlunds; Kvarna, 1839; Larsarve, 1854; Lilla Klintegårda, 1704; Lilla Rone; Lilla Vadstäde; Mallgards, 1854; Myrungs Farm, 1807; Näs, 1704; Nixdjup; Norrqvie, 1834; Nygårds, 1874; Österby, 1920; Östjärdra, 1919; Othem Co., 1846; Oxarve, 1920; Petes, 1838; Risungs, 1837; Rosendal; Rovalds; Sigsarve, 1918; Snakarve, 1918; Stige, 1903; Stora Sojdeby, 1900; Suderbys; Talings; Unknown locality, 1711; Visby; Wible, 1739.
  • Switzerland. Ilanz, 1904.
  • Transcaucasia. Akhaltsykh, 1906; Alexandropol, 1878?; Ani; Balabur; Batum; Dwiri, 1929; Dzansul, c.1900; Echmiadsin Co., 1908; Erivan, 1878; Igdir; Lachin, 1925; Mtskhet, 1872; Nokalakewi, 1929; Opize Monastery, 1900; Osetia; Ozurget Co., 1905; Pitsund Monastery, 1915; Rachin Co., 1901; Saphafar Monastery, c.1890; Smekalovka; Tiflis, 1904; Zagalu, 190–.
  • Turkey in Europe. Chatalja; Constantinople, 1910?; Postallar.
  • Unknown Locality. Unknown locality, 1917; Unknown locality.
  • Yugoslavia. Hraljero-Raschka, 1926?; Kapril di Sebenico, 1900?; Narona; Nemet-Csernya; Ragusa, 1892; Srbovo.

LITERATURE ON SPORADIC FINDS

Brief references to sporadic finds of Byzantine coins, hidden in the midst of unrelated material, are to be found in archaeological periodicals and excavation reports. Numismatic periodicals are naturally most rich in these references. The following periodicals have copious notices of finds; Berliner Münzblätter, Buletinul Societatei Numismatice Romane, Bulletin de l’Institut Archéologique Bulgare, Cronica Numismatica si Archeologica, Frankfurter Münzzeitung, Numismatische Zeitschrift, Numizmatikai Közlöny, Rassegna Numismatica.

The following works contain either mention of single coin finds or a general discussion of them:

  • Arne, T. J. Solidusfynden på Öland och Gotland. (Fornvännen, 1919, p. 107–111)
  • Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska mynt i det fria Germanien. Lund, 1926.
  • Bolin, S. Die Funde römischer und byzantinischer Münzen im freien Germanien. (Rom.-German. Kommiss., Bericht 19, 1929, p. 86–145)
  • Bolin, S. Die Funde römischer und byzantinischer Münzen in Ostpreussen. (Prussiaberichte, Altertums-gesellschaft Prussia in Königsberg, Bd. 26, 1926, p. 203ff.)
  • Codrington, O. Ceylon coins and currency. Colombo, 1924. (Memoirs of the Colombo Museum, Series A, No. 3)
  • Galster, G. Romerske mϕnter fundne i Danmark og indgaaede efter 1893. (Numismatisk forenings Medlemsblad, VÌI, 1924, p. 187ff.)
  • Hauberg, P. Skandanaviens Fund av romersk Guld og Saelmynt foer 550. (Aarboeger foer Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie, 1894)
  • Hauberg, P. Trésors enfouis dans les pays Scandinaves du VIIIe au XIIe siècle. (Bull. Internat. de Numismatique, I, 1902, p. 34–40)
  • Hauberg, P. De l’influence byzantine sur les monnaies du Denmark. (Congres Internat. de Numismatique, Paris, 1900, p. 337ff.)
  • Holst, H. Roman and Byzantine gold coins found in Norway. (Symbolae Osloenses, VII, 1928, p. 83–91)
  • Janse, O. R. Le travail de Vor en Suede à l’époque mérovingienne. Orleans, 1922.
  • Janse, O. R. Solidi trouvés en Scandinavia. (Revue Num., 1922, p. 33–48, map)
  • Lagus, W. Numismatiska anteckninger II. on mynt funna in finesk jord. (Bidrag till kannedom af Finlande natur och folk, Bd. 60; Rev. in Centralbl. für Anthropologie, VI, 1901, p. 253)
  • Moisil, C. Sur les monnaies byzantines trouvées en Roumanie. (Bull. de la Sect. Hist., Academie Roumaine, XI, 1924, p. 208–211)
  • Montelius, Oscar. Romerska och byzantinska mynt funna i Sverige. (Vitterhets Historie och Antik. Akad., Manadsblad, Stockholm, 1872, p. 55–61, 73–76, 81–84)
  • Montelius, O. Från järnåldern. Stockholm, 1869.
  • Pachomov, E. A. Trouvailles des monnaies d’Azerbaidjan en Transcaucasie. Baku, 1926. (Travaux Soc. Scient. d’Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3) In Russian.
  • Salin, M. B. Romerska och byzantinska guldmynt funna i svensk jord. (Vitterhets Hist. och Antik. Akad., Manadsblad, Stockholm, 1892, p. 104–130)
  • White, W. Byzantine coins in China. (China Journal, Shanghai, XV, 1931, No. 1, p. 10–12, pl.)

Numismatic Notes and Monographs

  • David Eugene Smith, LL.D. Computing Jetons. 1921. 70 pp. 25 pls. $1.50.
  • Edward T. Newell. The First Seleucid Coinage of Tyre. 1921. 40 pp. 8 pls. $1.00.
  • Howland Wood. Gold Dollars of 1858. 1922. 7 pp. 2 pls. 50c.
  • R. B. Whitehead. Pre-Mohammedan Coinage of N. W. India. 1922. 56 pp. 15 pls. $2.00.
  • George F. Hill. Attambelos I of Characene. 1922. 12 pp. 3 pls. $1.00.
  • M. P. Vlasto. Taras Oikistes (A Contribution to Tarentine Numismatics). 234 pp. 13 pls. $3.50.
  • Agnes Baldwin. Six Roman Bronze Medallions. 1923. 39 pp. 6 pls. $1.50.
  • Howland Wood. Tegucigalpa Coinage of 1823. 1923. 16 pp. 2 pls. 50c.
  • Edward T. Newell. Alexander Hoards—II. Demanhur Hoard. 1923. 162 pp. 8 pls. $2.50.
  • Harrold E. Gillingham. Italian Orders of Chivalry and Medals of Honour. 146 pp. 34 pls. $2.00.
  • Edward T. Newell. Alexander Hoards—III. Andritsaena. 1924. 39 pp. 6 pls. $1.00.
  • C. T. Seltman. A Hoard from Side. 1924. 20 pp. 3 pls. $1.00.
  • R. B. Seager. A Cretan Coin Hoard. 1924. 55 pp. 12 pls. $2.00.
  • Samuel R. Milbank. The Coinage of Aegina. 1925. 66 pp. 5 pls. $2.00.
  • Sydney P. Noe. A Bibliography of Greek Coin Hoards. 1925. 275 pp. $2.50.
  • Edward T. Newell. Mithradates of Parthia and Hyspaosines of Characene. 18 pp. 2 pls. 50c.
  • Sydney P. Noe. The Mende (Kaliandra) Hoard. 1926. 73 pp. 10 pls. $2.00.
  • Agnes Baldwin. Four Medallions from the Arras Hoard. 1926. 36 pp. 4 pls. $1.50.
  • Edward T. Newell. Some Unpublished Coins of Eastern Dynasts. 1926. 21 pp. 2 pls. 50c.
  • Harrold E. Gillingham. Spanish Orders of Chivalry and Decorations of Honour. 1926. 165 pp. 40 pls. $3.00.
  • Sydney P. Noe. The Coinage of Metapontum. 1927 (Part I). 134 pp. 23 pls. $3.00.
  • Edward T. Newell. Two Recent Egyptian Hoards—Delta and Keneh. 34 pp. 3 pls. $1.00.
  • Edward Rogers. The Second and Third Seleucid Coinage of Tyre. 1927. 33 pp. 4 pls. $1.50.
  • Alfred R. Bellinger. The Anonymous Byzantine Bronze Coinage. 1928. 27 pp. 4 pls. $1.50.
  • Harrold E. Gillingham. Notes on the Decorations and Medals of the French Colonies and Protectorates. 1928. 62 pp. 31 pls. $2.00.
  • Oscar Ravel. The “Colts” of Ambracia. 1928. 180 pp. 19 pls. $3.00.
  • Howland Wood. The Coinage of the Mexican Revolutionists. 1928. 53 pp. 15 pls. $2.50.
  • Edward T. Newell. Alexander Hoards—IV. Olympia. 1929. 31 pp. 9 pls. $1.50.
  • Allen B. West. Fifth and Fourth Century Gold Coins from the Thracian Coast. 1929. 183 pp. 16 pls. $3.00.
  • Gilbert S. Perez. The Leper Colony Currency of Culion. 1929. 10 pp. 3 pls. 50c.
  • Alfred R. Bellinger. Two Hoards of Attic Bronze Coins. 1930. 14 pp. 4 pls. 50c.
  • D. H. Cox. The Caparelli Hoard. 1930. 14 pp. 2 pls. 50c.
  • Geo. F. Hill. On the Coins of Narbonensis with Iberian Inscriptions. 1930. 39 pp. 6 pls. $1.00.
  • Bauman L. Belden. A Mint in New York. 1930. 40 pp. 4 pls. 50 c.
  • Edward T. Newell. The Küchük Köhne Hoard. 1931. 33 pp. 4 pls. $1.00.
  • Sydney P. Noe. The Coinage of Metapontum. Part II. 1931. 134 pp. 43 pls. $3.00.
  • D. W. Valentine. The United States Half Dimes. 1931. 79 pp. 47 pls. $5.00.
  • Alfred R. Bellinger. Two Roman Hoards from Dura-Europos. 1931. 66 pp. 17 pls. $1.50.
  • Geo. F. Hill. Notes on the Ancient Coinage of Hispania Citerior. 196 pp. 36 dble. pls. $4.00.
  • Alan W. Hazelton. The Russian Imperial Orders. 1932. 102 pp. 20 pls. $3.00.
  • O. Ravel. Corinthian Hoards (Corinth and Arta). 1932. 27 pp. 4 pls. $1.00.
  • Jean B. Cammann. The Symbols on Staters of Corinthian Type (A Catalogue). 1932. 130 pp. 14 dble. pls. $3.00.
  • Shirley H. Weber. An Egyptian Hoard of the Second Century A. D. 41 pp. 5 pls. 1932. $1.50.
  • Alfred R. Bellinger. The Third and Fourth Dura Hoards. 1932. 85 pp. 20 pls. $1.50.
  • Harrold E. Gillingham. South American Decorations and War Medals. 1932. 178 pp. 35 pls. $3.00.
  • Wm. Campbell. Greek and Roman Plated Coins. 1933. 226 pp. 190 + pls. $3.50.
  • E. T. Newell. The Fifth Dura Hoard. 1933. 14 pp. 2 pls. $1.00.
  • D. H. Cox. The Tripolis Hoard. 1933. 61 pp. 8 pls. 2 maps. $1.50.
  • E. T. Newell. Two Hoards from Minturno. 38 pp. 5 pls. $1.00.
  • Howland Wood. The Gampola Larin Hoard. 1934. 84 pp. 10 dble. pls. $3.00.
  • J. G. Milne. The Melos Hoard of 1907. 1934. 19 pp. 1 pl. $1.00.
  • A. F. Pradeau. The Mexican Mints of Alamos and Hermosillo. 1934. 73 pp. illus. $1.50.
  • E. T. Newell. A Hoard from Siphnos. 1934. 17 pp. illus. 50c.
  • C. H. V. Sutherland. Romano-British Imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I. 1935. 35 pp. 8 dble. pls. $2.00.
  • Harrold E. Gillingham. Ephemeral Decorations. 1935. 40 pp. 11 pls. $2.00.