Hoard of 30 Byzantine golden coins

Hoard of 30 Byzantine golden coins

Hoard of 30 Byzantine golden coins
Hoard of 30 Byzantine golden coins

5th-6th century AD, found at remains of early Byzantine fortress at Hajdučka vodenica archaeological site, near Tekija on the Danube river, eastern Serbia.
These coins were found inside ceramic pot, together with beam scale and set of weights. Coins were probably hidden by moneychanger, who put them aside probably during some of the numerous barbarian raids.
Most coins are from the period of emperor Justinian I, and some are minted during reign of emperors Leo I, Zeno, Justin I, Anastasius I and some even were minted by a Germanic rulers in the name of Justinian. Coins were minted in Thessaloniki, Constantinople and Rome

Ostava od 30 vizantijskih zlatnika, 5-6. vek nove ere, pronađena u ostacima ranovizantijske tvrđave na arheološkom lokalitetu Hajdučka česma kod Tekije na Dunavu, istočna Srbija.
Pronađeni su u keramičkoj posudi, zajedno sa vagom i tegovima. Verovatno ih je sakrio menjač novca tokom nekog od pljačkaških pohoda varvara.
Većina potiče iz perioda cara justinijana I, a neki su iskovani tokom vladavine careva Lava I, Zenona, Justina I, Anastazija I, a neke su kovali germanski vladari u ime Justinijana. Iskovani su u Solunu,

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