787 Byzantine Jesus Christ coin pendant

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The Byzantine coin reproduction features Jesus Christ with the Greek orthodox inscription IC XC (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ - Jesus Christ). The coin is double faced on a solid silver bezel. The reverse carries a typical byzantine cross.

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Byzantine Coinage pendant

Although Byzantium was originally founded as a Greek colony in 667 BC and named after the Greek King ‘Byzas’, the Byzantine Empire is the term used to describe the East Roman Empire (or Nova Roma) of which the capital was named Constantinople in 330 AD after Constantine the Great. From this point on until the capturing of Constantinople in 1453 by the Ottomans, the synthesis of classical Greek, Roman and Christianized Roman culture created unrivalled achievements in art, important leaps in architecture and magnificent gold and silversmithing, that was extremely apparent  coins of the era.
 
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Article groupPendants
GenderFor Him or Her
MaterialSolid Sterling Silver
Outer diameter32 mm (1 and 17⁄64in)
Inner (coin) diameter26 mm (1 and 1⁄32in)

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787 Byzantine Jesus Christ coin pendant

The Byzantine coin reproduction features Jesus Christ with the Greek orthodox inscription IC XC (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ - Jesus Christ). The coin is double faced on a solid silver bezel. The reverse carries a typical byzantine cross.

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