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Following his successful rebellion against Leontius, Apsimar ascended the throne under the name of Tiberius III and ruled from 698 to Summer 705.

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SB 1360Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Solidus. D TIBERIUS PW AV, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, holding spear diagonally across his body, shield on arm / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 1; Sear 1360.TextImage
SB 1362Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Semissis. d TIbERIUS PE AV, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left. VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent on globe. SB 1362.TextImage
SB 1363Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Tremissis. d TIbERIUS PE AV, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left. VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent on globe. SB 1363, DO II 15, MIB 13.TextImage
SB 1366Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Follis. Fragmentary legend, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, I, II or III to right, sometimes with dot above and below; officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 1366, MIB 73.TextImage
SB 1367Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Follis. Fragmentary legend, Tiberius III standing facing, crowned and in military dress, holding cross on globe and long cross / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, - over D over - to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 1367, DOC 11.TextImage
SB 1368Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Half Follis. Fragmentary legend, bust facing with short beard, crowned and cuirassed, holding spear across body and shield on arm / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, I or II to right, officina letter below. SB 1368, DOC 12. Often struck on quarter pieces of older, larger coins.TextImage
SB 1369Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Half Follis. Fragmentary legend, emperor standing facing crowned and in military dress, holding cross on globe and long cross / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, delta to right, officina letter A or B below. SB 1369, DOC 13.TextImage
SB 1372Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Solidus, mint in Sardinia. d TIBERIUS PE AV or similar, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AVGU, cross potent on three steps, cross to left, S to right; mintmark CONOB. SB 1372, DO 15.TextImage
SB 1380Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV Solidus. Syracuse. d TIbE RI Au, crowned and cuirassed facing bust, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AUGU and star (sometimes with dots in cross formation), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 21; SB 1380.TextImage
SB 1381Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV Solidus. Italian mint. d TIbE RI Au, crowned and cuirassed facing bust, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AUGU, cross potent on three steps; cross to left, cross to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 22 (Syracuse); MIB II 34 (Syracuse); SB 1381 (Syracuse).TextImage
SB 1391Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV tremissis, Syracuse mint. D TIbERIS AV or similar, diademed and draped bust right / VICTORIA AUGU (sometimes followed by three dors, or C or GP, cross potent, mintmark CONOB. SB 1391.TextImage
SB 1395Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, cross on crown, holding spear and shield, star to left / Large M, upright palm to left, cross shaped monogram above (Sear type 42), upright palm to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1395, DOC 32.TextImage
SB 1396Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Tiberius standing, crowned and wearing long tunic, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large M, cross to left, cross shaped monogram above (Sear type 42), cross to right; star below; mintmark SCL. SB 1396, DOC 33.TextImage
SB 1411Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna. DN TIBERIVS PE AV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing with short beard, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / large M, cross above; mintmark RAV. SB 1411, DOC 48.TextImage
Triton 1396Tiberius III (Apsimar) Half Follis. Syracuse mint. Facing bust, with short beard, in crown & cuirass, holding spear & shield; star in left field / Large K with O on upright; T/I-B/E around. TextImage
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