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Live auction - bmv_632688 - TROYES (TRECAS) - Aube Triens, monétaire AVDOLENVS

TROYES (TRECAS) - Aube Triens, monétaire AVDOLENVS AU/AU
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Type : Triens, monétaire AVDOLENVS
Date: (VIIe siècle)
Mint name / Town : Troyes
Metal : gold
Diameter : 12 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 1,27 g.
Rarity : R3
Coments on the condition:
Flan légèrement irrégulier. Un exemplaire de toute beauté présentant de très beaux reliefs au revers
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : + TRICAS CIVETAT RÉTROGRADE.
Obverse description : Buste à droite, diadème de perles terminé par une boucle ; manteau avec anneau d'attache à l'angle droit.

Reverse


Reverse legend : + AVDOLENO MONETARI RÉTROGRADE.
Reverse description : Croix latine ornée de deux globules à la base, sur un globe, accostée de M et A rétrograde, dans une couronne de feuillage ; les deux bras de la croix sont terminés par des flèches.

Historical background


TROY (TRECAS) - Dawn

(Seventh century)

Troyes owes its name to the Gallic tribe of Tricasses, whose capital was called Augustabona in Roman times. In 451, Roman Emperor Valentinian III, with the help of his assistants Visigoths, Bretons, Burgundians, Leti, Saxons and Franks defeated the Huns between Troyes and Chalons-en-Champagne, at a place called "The Chalons." In 878, Pope John VIII called a council there. Devastated by the Normans shortly after, the city rose from its ruins. It became in the Middle Ages, at the time of the Champagne fairs, a thriving market known for its great annual fairs, which were defined weights and measures, such as weight troy still in force today. In the Merovingian period, the city struck names IVSTINVS, CHARIBERTVS REX GENNVLFVS, AVDOLENVS, MVMMOLENVS, CONCESSVS, BERTERAMNVS, VVILLOBERTVS.

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