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N20819-6 Coin, part of collection, Falus, copper alloy, Arab-Byzantine, c. 632-700. Click to enlarge.

Arabic-Byzantine Falus coin

Made
  • c. 632-700
Coin, Arab-Byzantine, pre reform era (c. AD 632-700), Falus fraction based on Byzantine Follis, copper alloy. Obverse: figure within shrine; reverse: Arabic inscription, Fallis value mark M fish? M.

Summary

Object No.

N20819-6

Object Statement

Coin, part of collection, Falus, copper alloy, Arab-Byzantine, c. 632-700

Physical Description

Coin, Arab-Byzantine, pre reform era (c. AD 632-700), Falus fraction based on Byzantine Follis, copper alloy. Obverse: figure within shrine; reverse: Arabic inscription, Fallis value mark M fish? M.

Production

Made

  • c. 632-700

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1977

Acquisition Date

17 September 1977

Cite this Object

Harvard

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Wikipedia

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