Un ripostiglio di solidi di Eraclio (632-641) da Gerusalemme

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Bruno Callegher, « Un ripostiglio di solidi di Eraclio (632-641) da Gerusalemme », Revue Numismatique, ID : 10.3406/numi.2018.3424


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This hoard was found at the end of the 19th century in the area of the convent of St. Etienne in Jerusalem. It includes 53 solidi of Heraclius, struck between 632 and 641. The hoard illustrates the use of the solidi on the market of Palaestina in the mid-seventh century.

Ce trésor, trouvé à la fin du XIXe siècle sur le terrain du couvent de Saint-Étienne à Jérusalem, est composé de 53 solidi d’Héraclius, frappés entre 632 et 641 et témoigne de la circulation de la monnaie d’or dans la province de Palestine au VIIe siècle.

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