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Theodosius II, son of Arcadius, became a "junior" Augustus for the East as a baby in 402, then "senior" Augustus at age 7 after his father's death in 408. His 15-year-old sister, Pulcheria, proclaimed herself regent over her brother, then thirteen years of age, and made herself Augusta and Empress of the Eastern Roman Empire. Even after Theodosius II came of age, she exerted a strong influence. He died of a riding accident in 450.      Photo courtesy of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

Theodosius II, son of Arcadius, became a "junior" Augustus for the East as a baby in 402, then "senior" Augustus at age 7 after his father's death in 408. His 15-year-old sister, Pulcheria, proclaimed herself regent over her brother, then thirteen years of age, and made herself Augusta and Empress of the Eastern Roman Empire. Even after Theodosius II came of age, she exerted a strong influence. He died of a riding accident in 450. Photo courtesy of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

Solidus-Irene-sb1599 - Atinalı İrini - Vikipedi-İrini adına bastırılan Bizans Solidus sikkesinde adı BASILISSH, Basılısse oılarak verilmekte.

Gold solidus of the empress Irene breaking the Pandorian taboo of her predecessors did the unthinkable!

Zeno, 18 January - 17 November 474 and August 476 - 11 April 491 A.D.

Zeno, 18 January - 17 November 474 and August 476 - 11 April 491 A.

Armenian Emperors of Byzantium: John I Tzimiskes (Armenian: Hovhannes Chmushkik, born of the Kourkouas clan), reign: (969 – 976) A.D. (One of the most prominent rulers of Byzantine History)

Armenian Emperors of Byzantium: John I Tzimiskes (Armenian: Hovhannes Chmushkik, born of the Kourkouas clan), reign: – A. (One of the most prominent rulers of Byzantine History)

Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire

Roman Gold Solidus of Constantine (struck 337-340 AD.

This is a gold roman coin. Because of different areas around the continent being connected by maritime trade routes, gold and jewels would end up far from their country of origin. Roman gold would be found in India.