A later coin with a "T" written almost as a "C" with a "T" bar on top.
Theophilus, 829-842. 23-22 mm. A "half-follis" (There is a larger follis with the same design.)
The reverse legend translates to "Theophilus Augustus, may you conquer."
+ΘEO/FILE AVG/OVSTE SV/nICAS . Note the "T" (just below the middle dot) has the unusual shape.
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