Browse Lots

Global notice COVID-19 Important notice
Michael Maurix, proedros and duke of Boukellarioi (second half 11th century), facing bust of Saint George, vertical inscriptions ***, rev. in six lines, ***, 12.28g. (unpublished but cited in Seibt, Bleisiegel, no.58, 170, note 16; one other example knoen, DO.58 106 2995), scratch on obverse, good very fine
Michael Maurix, proedros and duke of Boukellarioi (second half 11th century), facing bust of Saint George, vertical inscriptions ***, rev. in six lines, ***, 12.28g. (unpublished but cited in Seibt, Bleisiegel, no.58, 170, note 16; one other example knoen, DO.58 106 2995), scratch on obverse, good very fine

Details
Michael Maurix, proedros and duke of Boukellarioi (second half 11th century), facing bust of Saint George, vertical inscriptions ***, rev. in six lines, ***, 12.28g. (unpublished but cited in Seibt, Bleisiegel, no.58, 170, note 16; one other example knoen, DO.58 106 2995), scratch on obverse, good very fine

Lot Essay

Installed at Heraclea Pontica, Michael Maurix was no doubt acting in his capacity as duke of Boukellarios when he received Alexis Comnenus, sent by Michael VII to arrest the Frankish leader Roussel de Bailleul who had revolted against the emperor. He had previously served as strategos of Chios and duke of Dyrrachion.
;

More from The Zacos and LUMA collections and other coins and medals

View All
View All