An anonymous Merovingian gold tremissis of the late 6th to 7th century AD.
The obverse legend appears to include the word VVICCVS, which suggests Quentovic* as a likely mint. The moneyer's name on the reverse is uncertain.
The V-III inscription** in the reverse field indicates the value of eight silver siliquae (i.e. 24 siliquae to a solidus, of which the tremissis is one third).
*Quentovic: Wiccvs, Quentovicvs, a former port at the mouth of the Canche, Pas-de-Calais, N.W. France)
** The number V-II is more usually found in this position, where it indicates a reduction in the weight of the coin to a value of seven siliquae.