Maurice Tiberius Emperor of the Byzantine Empire from 582 to 602.
Flavius Mauricius Tiberius Augustus was Byzantine Emperor from 582 to 602. He was the son-in-law of his predecessor, Tiberius II.

His reign was troubled by financial difficulties and almost constant warfare; while he ended the war with Sasanian Persia with a victory and the cessation of two centuries of tribute, he fought extensively in the Balkans against the Avars and in Italy against the Lombards.

In 602, a dissatisfied general named Phocas usurped the throne, having Maurice and his six sons executed. This event would prove cataclysmic for the Empire, sparking a twenty-six year war with Sassanid Persia which would leave both empires devastated prior to the Muslim conquests.
Maurice Tiberius
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An AU Solidus struck 590-602 AD in Constantinopolis
Obverse: DN mAVRC TIb PP AVG, Bust of Maurice facing, wearing plumed helmet, and cuirass, holding cross on globe

Reverse: VICTORIA AVGGI, Angel standing facing, holding long P-headed cross, and cross on globe; CONOB in exergue

Diameter: 21 mm
Die Orientation: 6 H
Weight: 4.24 g
VICTORIA AVGG="to the Victory of the two Emperors" (referring to himself and his son co-emperor Theodosius)
The I at the end denotes the 10th officina.

Given that Theodosius was not raised as co-emperor until 590, it makes sense to date the coin to his reign in my opinion.

CONOB="Constantinople, 1/72 pound pure gold"
SB 478
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An AE Half-Follis struck 593 AD in Constantinopolis
Obverse: D N MAVR TIBER PP AV. Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger and shield.

Reverse: Large mark of value K; ANNO to left, cross above, X/I to right, A in exergue.

Diameter: 22 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 5.15 g
1st officina. Dated RY 11.
SBV 497; DOC 56a