- Gold, concave Byzantine coins of 20.5 carats. They were first introduced in 1092 CE by Alexios I Komnenos and they were equal to 12 miliaresia or 6.000 nummi. They ceased to be minted during the 14th-15th c. CE and the name remained in use thereafter solely as a money of account.
- Amandry, Dhénin, Popoff, Thierry, & Vellet 2002
- Hendy 1999
- Katsiadakis Helen (AA)
- Iakovidou Athena (AA)
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Created 2019-07-11, last modified 2020-04-05