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EMPIRE OF TREB1ZOND

Alexius I. Comnenus. 1204-1222

Andronicus I. Comnenus, surnamed Gidon. 1222-123 3

Johannes I. Comnenus, surnamed Axouclios. 1235-1238

Emanuel I. Comnenus, brother of Johannes I. 1238-1263

Andronicus II. Comnenus, son of Emanuel I. 1263-1266

Georgius Comnenus, brother of Andronicus II. 1266-1280

Johannes II. Comnenus, son of Emanuel I. . 1280-1297 Alexius, son of Johannes II.

Theodora Comnena, daughter of Emanuel I. 128s?

Alexius II. Comnenus, son of Johannes II. 1297-1330

Andronicus III. Comnenus, son of Alexius II. 1330-1333

Emanuel II. Comnenus. r332-1333

Basil Comnenus. 1333-1340

Irene, wife of Basil. 1340-1342

Johannes III. Comnenus. I 342-1344

Michael Comnenus. 1344-1349

Alexius III. Comnenus, son of Basil. 1349-1390

Emanuel III. Comnenus, son of Alexius III. 1390-1417

Alexius IV. Comnenus, son of Emanuel III. 1417-1447

Johannes IV. Comnenus, son of AlexiusIV. 1447-1458 David Comnenus, brother of Johannes IV., usurper. 1458-1471

CHAPTER XLI

Alphabetical List Of Imperial Names, With Approximate Prices Of Coins

326. I now add a list of the current prices of the Imperial coins, similar to that given for the Republican, and for the convenience of those who may use it, I have placed the names in alphabetical order.

Considering this is an elementary manual, I have thought it best to note only the prices of coins, passing over the medallions, because the collector who has reached the point of aspiring to possess these luxuries must necessarily be provided with Cohen's work in which he will find all the information needed, not only on the subject in general, but also concerning each specimen.

The general rules gi%*en concerning the coins of the Republic (chap. XXII), may also serve for those of the Empire, but to make the matter more clear I will add the following notes.

I. There are coins of very base fabric from the times of Gallienus to Diocletian which some (as Arneth in his catalogue of the Museum at Vienna) classify as silver, whilst others (as Cohen) place them under the list of small brass. In the following list they are placed among the silver. Attalus (Priscus) .... Augustus Octavius....

II. In regard to the bronze coins, as we are obliged to place the coins of all the periods under one column; for the sake of simplicity I have thought it best to keep to the old nomenclature of i", 2nd, and 3rd brass.

III. When coins exist belonging to one reign both with and without the head, I have followed the plan of citing those ot the least value. Thus for example a gold coin of Julius Caesar valued at 40 francs, a denarius of CI. Macer valued at 400 francs, and an Jet. of Tiberius valued at 10 francs are to be understood as being without the head, for with the head these coins would be worth respectively 500, 1.500 and 150 francs.

IV. For the same reason in regard to certain heads which sometimes are represented alone upon the coins and at others are found on the Reverse with another head on the Obverse, in this list the coins of lower value are cited. For example a coin of Vaballathus is valued at 12 francs, which means that the head appears on the Reverse of a coin of Aurelian, but if it were found alone on the coin it would be worth 200 francs.

V. For the greater facility of search, some names are found in two places, that is to say both under the name and the pranomen, as for example Marcus Antoninus will be found in the letter M and also in the letter A, Manlia Scantilla under the letter M and also under the letter S, &c.

VI. When only Greek or Colonial Coins belong to any given reign, no prices are indicated, but only : gr. or col.

VII. All coins having a lower value than one franc are noted as common, signified by the letter C.

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AI.

Agrippina younger.

Albinus

Alexander Severus .
Alexander Ctyrant) .
Alexander (son of Basil 1) .
Alexius Comnenus .
Alexius III. Angelus Comnenus
Alexius V. Duca .
Alexius I. Comnenus (Emp. o

Trebizond) ....
Alexius II. Comnenus (id.^
Alexius III. Comnenus fid.)
Alexius IV. Comnenus (id.)

Allectus

Anastasia (wife of Tib. Const.
Anastasius I

Anastasius II. (Artemius) .
Andronicus I. Comnenus .
Andronicus II. Palaeologus
Andronicus HI. Palaeologus
Andronicus IV. Palaeologus
Annia Faustina ....
Annius Verus ....

Anthemius

Antyllus (son of M. Antonius)

An ti nous

Antonia (wife of Ner. Drusus)
Antonia (daughter of Claudius)
Antoninus Pius.
Antoninus (Uranius, tyrant)
Antonius (Marcus).
Antonius (Marcus, son of M

Antonius)

Antonius (Caius, brother of M

Antonius)

Antonius (Lucius, son of M

Antonius)

Aquilia Severa ....

Arcadius

Ariadne

Artavasdes

Athalaric (King of the Goths)
Athenodorus

120 2500

80 2500

A.

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Avitus

Aurclius (Marcus) .... Aurelianus

B

Baduela (King of the Goths).

Balbinus

Basilius I. Macedon.

Basilius II

Basilius Comnenus (Emp. of

Trebizond)

Basiliscus

Bonosus (?) (tyrant) .

Britannicus

Brutus

C

Giius Antonius

Caius Cesar

Caligula

Caracalla

Carausius

Carinus

Carus

Cassius

Giesar (Julius)

Caesar (JCaius)

Caesar (Lucius)

Caesonia (wife of Caligula)

Clara (Didia)

Claudia (daugh. of Nero).
Claudius I. . . . '.
Claudius II. Gothicus .
Cleopatra (Queen of Egypt).

Clodius Macer

Commodus . ....
Cornelia Supera. .
Coostans I

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Constans II

Constans (tyrant) ....
Constat! tina (wife of Mauritius)
Constantinus I. the Great .

Constantinus II

Constantinus III. (tyrant) .
Con§tantinus IV. Pogonatus
Constantinus V. Copronimus .

Constantinus VI

Constantinus VII

Constantinus VIII

Constantinus IX

Constantinus X. Porphyrogeni

tus

Constantinus XI

Constantinus XII. Monomacus.
Constantinus XIII. Ducas.
Constantia (wife ofLicinius)
Constantius I. Chlorus.

Constantius II

Constantius Gallus ....

Constantius III

Crispina (wife of Commodus) .

Crispus

Christophorus

DavidComnenus (Emp.of Trebizond).

Decentius .

Decius (Trajanus)

Delmatius .

Diadumenianus.

Didia Clara .

Didius Julianus.

Diocletianus.

Domitilla Twite of Vespasianus)

Domitilla (daughter (?) of Vespasianus)

Domitia (wife of Domitianus).

Domitianus

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60

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35

120

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150

400

500

300

300

300

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80 1500

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