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Solidus (Lat. solidus, i.e. solid) was a Roman gold coin introduced by Constantine the Great at the beginning of the 4th century and used as the main Byzantine trade coin. Coins with images of emperors were minted during their reign. 

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Solidus (Lat. solidus, i.e. solid) was a Roman gold coin introduced by Constantine the Great at the beginning of the 4th century and used as the main Byzantine trade coin.
Coins with images of emperors were minted during their reign. The solidus on display was minted during the rule of the Byzantine emperor Marcian (450–457 AD). The obverse shows the bust of the emperor in a diadem surrounded by an inscription; the reverse – a figure of the goddess of victory.

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