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Diademed head of Rhoemetalces, right, monogram to right. Border of dots.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΑ Bare head of Augustus, right; in front of him monogram to right. Border of dots.

c. 6/9 to 12 AD, Silver, drachm, 3.26 g, Sankt Petersburg

ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑVΡΗ - Α-ΝΤΟΝΕΙΝΟϹ ΑΥΓ Radiate and cuirassed bust of bearded Caracalla, right.
ЄΠ • ΤΙΤ • ΑΙΛ • ΚΑΠΙΤΩΛΕΙΝΟV ΒΥΖΑΝ//ΤΙΩΝ Two emperors (Caracalla and Geta) standing facing each other, clasping right hands over a prize crown with a palm branch; each wearing toga and holding a scroll in left hand.

c. 209 -212 AD, Bronze, Medallion, 38.96 g, Sankt Petersburg

Μ Ο ΑΝΤ ΔΙΑΔΟVΜЄΝΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑ Cuirassed bust of youthful Diadumenian, right, wearing paludamentum.
ΕΠΙ ΝΕ ΤΟ Ζ ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ • Dolphin swimming right; between two tunnies.

c. 217-218 AD, Bronze, 5 unit, Sankt Petersburg

Beardless male head (Marcus Antonius), left.
ΒΥ-ΖΑΝ/ΤΙ-ΩΝ Prow with naval ram, right, on top trophy, at its bottom, anchor and rudder crossing. Border of dots.

2. half of 1. c. BC, Bronze, Double unit, Sankt Petersburg

Draped bust of Artemis, right, wearing hair knot; behind, quiver; in front, bow. Border of dots.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Crescent; above, single star with eight rays. Border of dots.

c. 2 c. AD, Bronze, 3 unit, Sankt Petersburg

ΒΥ Bull standing left on dolphin, left, raising right forehoof.
Incuse square of mill-sail pattern.

c. 411-387/386 BC, Silver, hemidrachm, 2.44 g, Sankt Petersburg

Veiled head of Demeter, right, wearing corn wreath, earrings and necklace.
ΒΥ // ΕΠΙ ΜΕΝΙΣΚΟΥ Poseidon seated right on rock, naked to waist, holding aplustre in outstretched right hand and trident in left arm over his shoulder; to right, monogram. Ground line.

middle of 3 c. to c. 220/219 BC, Silver, tetradrachm , 13.75 g, Sankt Petersburg

Veiled head of Demeter, right, wearing corn wreath.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙ - ΕΠΙ ΜΕΝΕΚΡ / i.f.r. mon. ΗΒ Cornucopia; to right, undefined mark.

3. c. BC, Bronze, Byzantium: Demeter/cornucopia-series, Sankt Petersburg

ΜΑΡΩ Forepart of prancing horse, left. Border of dots.
Starflower with four long and three short rays within incuse square.

c. 500-480 BC, Silver, drachm, Sankt Petersburg