Byzantine coins often show Christian symbols and an image of the Emperor. Here, Emperor Heraclius and his sons wear crowns and crosses. A cross also appear on the back. Gold solidus coins, minted in Constantinople, issued by the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius, circa 610-641 CE (upper image) and 629-641 CE (lower image). From Constantinople, modern-day Istanbul, Turkey. (The British Museum, London).
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