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The Bronze Coins from Al-Bediyeh Site during the Byzantine Period

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Abstract This article focuses on the Byzantine bronze coins which were found at Al-Bediyeh site. These coins include the Anastasios I, Justine, Justinian, Justin II, Emperor Tiberius II, where emphasis was on the description and analysis of those pieces. This site witnessed political stability, initially reflected positively on the economy, leading to the continuity of the Byzantine currency, with engraved names of five Byzantine referees, which initially found the location, in addition to what has been reached. Three cities contributed to coin-making; namely, Constantinople, Nikomedia, and Cyzicus, which is prevalent in Asia.


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