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Two coins minted in 692 under the reign of Emperor Justinian II. Both were the first coins ever minted with an image of Christ. Both appear to be based on the Shroud image due to over 140 points of congruence between the coins and the Shroud face. Most notable is the double line across the neck which appears as a fold mark on the Shroud.