Gold Coin of Philip II of Macedon, Ancient Georgia, Grave 9, ca. 330-300 B.C.

(Macedonia) Gold Coin of Philip II of Macedon, Greek, minted in Macedonia, 336 BCE.

Facts about the Middle Ages Part 3: The Dark Ages!

Facts about the Middle Ages Part 3: The Dark Ages!

Facts about the Middle Ages Part The Dark Ages! --Seriously wishing the poster had used a black outline for their white text, I can only read part of it.

Ancient Roman Byzantine Gold Solidus coin Constans II

Ancient Roman Byzantine Gold Solidus coin Constans II in Coins & Paper Money, Coins Ancient, Byzantine AD)

GREEK COIN Taras, ca. 342 - 33 B.C.,  Gold Diam. 20 mm (approx.) Minted by the city of Taras (now Taranto), the obverse shows the head of the goddess Persephone (or Hera), wearing a decorated stephane and a transparent veil at the back, as well as an earring and necklace. The composition, of exceptional artistic quality, refers to the appeal made by Taras to Sparta – the homeland of Taras’ founding colonists – to provide military support against the Italiote peoples. This explains the…

GREEK COIN Taras, ca. 342 - 33 B.) Minted by the city of Taras (now Taranto), the obverse shows the head of the goddess.

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Roman Medallion with Alexander the Great, between circa 215 and circa 243 (Imperial Roman), made of gold.

Imperial Roman gold coin (obverse). Reign of Constantius II. Minted in Antiochia and Orontem, 324 - 361 A.D. | The British Museum

Reign of Constantius II. Minted in Antiochia and Orontem, 324 - 361 A.

AIOLIS, Kyme tetradrachm circa 150-145 AD, early style "a Roman silver coin" .

AIOLIS, Kyme tetradrachm circa 150-145 AD, early style

AIOLIS, Kyme tetradrachm circa AD, early style "a Roman silver coin" .

Gold stater. Gold coins of this type were minted for over forty years at the two principal royal mints in Macedon, Pella and Amphipolis. The trident and details of the horses' legs on this coin indicate that it was minted at Amphipolis in the years immediately after the death of Alexander the Great.     Early Hellenistic  Date:     ca. 323/2–315 B.C.

Gold stater~ ca. Period: Early Hellenistic Culture: Greek Medium: Gold Gold coins of this type were minted for over forty years at the two principal royal mints in Macedon, Pella and.

Coin (Didracma) from Segesta

Coin (Didracma) from Segesta with image of a Cirneco dell'Etna

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum…

Iron Age gold coin of Anarevito and Eppillus - Kent, England, about 10 BC - AD 20    This unique gold coin refers to an Iron Age British king called Anarevito. Until it was found by a metal detector user near Dover in 2010, there was no evidence for the existence of a king of this name. The appearance of the coin, which is similar in style to other Iron Age coins from Kent, suggests that Anarevito held power in Kent at around the time of the birth of Christ.

Iron Age gold coin of Anarevito and Eppillus Kent, England, about 10 BC - AD 20 This unique gold coin refers to an Iron Age British king called Anarevito.

5 lire 1954

5 lire 1954

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