Struck over 1,350 years ago, this coin depicts Byzantine ruler Heraclius and his son. Dubbed the “First Crusader,” Heraclius defeated the Persians at Ctesiphon and returned the stolen True Cross to the holy city of Jerusalem!
- Struck in Alexandria, Egypt from A.D. 610-641
- Honors Heraclius, known as the “First Crusader” and the “Savior of the True Christian Cross”
- Depicts Heraclius and his son Constantine
- Reverse bears a Christian cross, the denomination 12 Nummi, and mint mark ALEX for Alexandria, Egypt
Minted in Egypt in the early 7th century, this ancient bronze coin offers great biblical significance, and you can add it to your collection for a remarkably low price!
- Material: Bronze
- Product Type: Single Products
- Rulers: Heraclius (A.D. 610 - 641)
- Location: Egypt