Base silver coin of Nemfidius, patriarch of Provence, 700-710, minted at Marseille.

Nemfidius was Patriarch of Provence around 700 CE, during the time of Pepin of Herstal (687-714). He was succeeded by Antenor. Nemfidius issued coins, some of which have reached us.[1]


  1. Sceattas in England and on the continent: the Seventh Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History by David Hill, David Michael Metcalf B.A.R., 1984 - p.172
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