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Name:  Italian Hoard
Brief biography:  A dubious 'hoard' of solidi.

The so-called Italian Hoard poses somewhat of a problem in that it may never actually have been a hoard. It is so recorded by Whitting, but while the solidi ranging from Justin II to Herakleios were bought together in Rome, there is no suggestion that they were actually found together. Nevertheless, we have recorded this as one of the Barber’s hoards.

11 Related Objects

BIRBI-B1846.jpg
Light-weight Solidus
Maurice; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1846
BIRBI-B2454.jpg
Solidus
Phocas; Constantinople
BIRBI-B2454
BIRBI-B1823.jpg
Solidus
Maurice; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1823
BIRBI-B1546.jpg
Solidus
Justin II; Carthage
BIRBI-B1546
BIRBI-B2463.jpg
Solidus
Phocas; Constantinople
BIRBI-B2463
BIRBI-B2443.jpg
Solidus
Phocas; Constantinople
BIRBI-B2443
BIRBI-B1799.jpg
Solidus
Maurice; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1799
BIRBI-B1174.jpg
Solidus
Justin II; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1174
BIRBI-B1778.jpg
Solidus
Maurice; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1778
BIRBI-B1787.jpg
Solidus
Maurice; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1787
BIRBI-B1152.jpg
Solidus
Justin II; Constantinople
BIRBI-B1152
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