This came yesterday. It is 26 mm and 7.25 grams. A follis (M = 40, for 40-nummia) of Byzantine emperor Phocas (AD 602-610) minted at Antioch (Theopolis, THEUP in exergue) in year (ANNO to the left of the M) 2 (II to the right of the M). The obverse features Phocas (on left) and his wife Leontia standing facing. Just in case you didn't know they were Christian, the obverse has five crosses and the reverse one more. Show us Byzantine copper or coins with several crosses.