A 7th-century Coin
This coin was minted by the 7th-century Byzantine emperor Heraclius. It shows Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine, and Heraclonas. The mint name Constantinople is on the bottom, “Victoria” (in Latin) along the left, with the abbreviation for “Augustus” along the right.
Here is one Umayyad version:
Here is another Umayyad version. The Greek has been replaced with Arabic “There is no god but God alone and Muhammad is the messenger of God.”
An 8th-century Coin
This coin was minted by the 7th-century Byzantine emperor Heraclius. It shows Heraclius and his son Heraclius Constantine.
Here is an Umayyad version: