|cross||A351||S--||G--||This type is struck, not cast. A has one example, larger than
Basil I "B", but reverse is garbled.
A 13 mm example is (perhaps) unpublished.
|A353 is struck., but similar in design to these.
DO pl. XXXIII
G: class 1, 867
|S1719v1||B911||G870||DO 20a.3,.9||S1717 has pellets on either side of the B
So7.8 does not have pellets beside the cross
On So7.12 the "B" is similar to E15 (no dot)
|S1719v2||G--||DO--||So7.16 has no clear dot in the B.
The cross is wider than E16.
|S1719v3||G871||DO 20b.1-3||Similar to A360 above, but with pellets.
It is slightly reduced in size and the bottom
loop is almost a delta. The top is not quite closed.
|S--||B--||G--||DO--||Anokhin "9th century", listed right after Basil I.
Zagreba #60 calls it "interregnum" after Constantine VII (913-959) and before Romanus II and Basil II (959-963)
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