The Roman state ended and was divided between the sons of Theodosius, where Onarios ruled the western part of the state, Rome, while Arcadios ruled the eastern part of Constantinople. Byzantine coins continued in the style of Roman coins. Byzantine coins were considered to be inferior to Roman coins. On the money industry was clear, Byzantine coins carried the Latin texts and then replaced by the Greek.
One of the most famous types of Byzantine coins is the numismatic or numismatic in Arabic. The Byzantine coins bore the image of Jesus (p) during the reign of the emperor Nikphoras, as they consumed a little silver. In 498 AD, the emperor (Instaçius) In Byzantine Byzantine coins, in 685 BC Byzantine coins bore the image of Jesus (peace be upon him). In the reign of the emperor (Leo), he ordered the removal of the image of Jesus (p) from the coins, and the appearance of the cross continued on the Byzantine coins. In the reign of the Emperor (Leo VI) 686 – 712 AD, some Byzantine coins bore the image of the Virgin (peace be upon them). On May 30, 1453 AD, the Ottoman Sultan (Muhammad II) conquered Constantinople after the last Byzantine emperors were killed.