Hexagram (currency)

Hexagram (currency)

The hexagram was a large silver coin of the Byzantine Empire issued primarily during 7th century AD during the reigns of Heraclius, Constans II, and Constantine IV. It weighed about 6 grams. It was not as common as bronze or gold coinage.

See also: Byzantine coinage.

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