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Coin catalog Nijmegen (Netherlands)

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Merovingians

Round the year 600, in Nijmegen the Frank monetarii (Mintmasters) produced golden coins for the Merovingian heroes. Two denominations are known; the Solidus and the Triens (1/3 Solidus). These coins are primitive imitations of Roman and Byzantine goldcoins. They can be distinguished from the originals by the text and the raw finish.

Known are:

Solidus.
Front: Keizersbuste en face met rijksappel en scepter. Opschrift: NIOM AGO +
Back: kruis geplaatst op wereldbol.
Text: + MAGNIV ICO
Trients. (1/3 solidus)
Front: Keizersbuste en profile. Opschrift: NIO NAG
Back: kruis geplaatst op wereldbol

In the roman time there were 2 cities named Noviomagus. The first in Nijmegen (Netherlands) and the second one is Nijon (France). The triens showed below is believed to be from Nijon.

This type is missing in Belfort ; the legenda NOVIOMAGO seems to be on the backside of B.3244. But that type is very different, with a pigeon and a cross on the frontside. The backside is also very different; small bowls and dashes around a small central cross.
1,29 gram gold, orientation dies: 12h, diam. 11 mm, Monetarius: DLIDIMVNDO
Front: + DLIDIMVNDO MO
Back: NOVIOMAGO F
triens noviomago
b.3244 belfort