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Three Irene Solidi Constantine VI and Irene. Solidus, Constantinople, c.

Ancient Silver Money Coin Pontos Persian Iranian King God Mithra - http://www.busaccagallery.com/catalog.php?catid=145

Ancient Silver Money Coin Pontos Persian Iranian King God Mithra - http://www.busaccagallery.com/catalog.php?catid=145

Gold Solidus of Konstantinos VI with his mother Irene of Athens. 780-790 Monnaie de Paris Soldo em ouro de Constantino VI com a sua mãe Irene de Atenas. 780-790 Monnaie de Paris

Constantine VI and Irene 780 790 gold coin another,example of Ancient Coin of beauty!

Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Michael II and his eldest son Constantine in the reverse,  Theophilos (829-842D).

Byzantine Gold Solidus of Theophilos Byzantine Gold Solidus Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Mi.

The Bactrian Hoard Is Back | Archaeology | DISCOVER Magazine. An Indian coin depicting a lion attests to the trade along the Silk Road, 1st century, gold.

The Bactrian Hoard.An Indian coin depicting a lion attests to the trade along the Silk Road, century, gold.

Solomon’s Seal on Abbasid coin ~13th century

Solomon’s Seal on an Abbasid coin century. Magen David centered with a representation of each Tribe at the end of each cross-bar. The three dots centered may possibly represent King, Holiness, Redeemer consecutively. Very beautiful seal.

Tetradrachm of Philistis, wife of Hieron II, Syracuse, Sicily, struck c. 218/7-214 BC The coin shows the diademed and veiled head of Philistis facing left with a star to her right.

Tetradrachm of Philistis, wife of Hieron II, Syracuse, Sicily, struck c. BC The coin shows the diademed and veiled head of Philistis facing left with a star to her right. The reverse is inscribed with BAΣIΛIΣΣAΣ ΦIΛIΣTIΔOΣ (Basilissas.

5.Karthago: Sikulopunier ca. 310-300 v. Chr...MM [Punische Schrift]. Pferdekopf nach l., dahinter r. eine Palme.

5.Karthago: Sikulopunier ca. 310-300 v. Chr...MM [Punische Schrift]. Pferdekopf nach l., dahinter r. eine Palme.

American Numismatic Society: Gold Solidus of Constantine VI, Constantinople, 792 - 797. 1944.100.14627

American Numismatic Society: Gold Solidus of Constantine VI, Constantinople, 792 -

American Numismatic Society: Gold Solidus of Anastasius II, Constantinople, 713 - 715. 1944.100.14586

American Numismatic Society: Gold Solidus of Anastasius II, Constantinople, 713 -

A rare ancient Byzantine gold solidus issued by Emperor Constantine IV at the Syracuse mint, circa 668 AD.

A rare ancient Byzantine gold solidus issued by Emperor Constantine IV at the Syracuse mint, circa 668 AD.

Costante II dritto di un solido coniato dalla zecca di Costantinopoli 651-654

Costante II dritto di un solido coniato dalla zecca di Costantinopoli 651-654

22 March 238 – Gordian I and his son Gordian II are proclaimed Roman emperors

Gordian II was the Roman Emperor, for only one month with his father, Gordian I, in 238 (the so-called Year of Six Emperors). Seeking to overthrow the Emperor Maximinus Thrax, he died in battle outside of Carthage.

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