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Sesterzio - bronzo - Roma (90-91 d.C.) - DIVAE IVLIAE AVG DIVI TITI F / S P Q R - carpentum decorato da ghirlande e vittorie trainato da due muli vs.dx. - Münzkabinett Berlin

Sesterzio - bronzo - Roma (90-91 d.C.) - DIVAE IVLIAE AVG DIVI TITI F / S P Q R - carpentum decorato da ghirlande e vittorie trainato da due muli vs.dx. - Münzkabinett Berlin

Roman Empire, ca. 236 to 237 CE. Minted in Rome, under the SC (approval of the Senate).

Roman Empire, ca. 236 to 237 CE. Minted in Rome, under the SC (approval of the Senate).

Coin from Ephesus showing the honeybee (Melissa, "Sweet") symbol of the goddess Artemis.

Ε Φ = Ephesus. Many Ancient Coins had the Emblem of the honey bee on it as it was a symbol of wealth and power. This is due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply.

On the 12th of November in 308, at Carnuntum, Diocletian and Galerius deposed Maximian, demoted Constantine to Caesar and elevated Licinius to Augustus

On the of November in at Carnuntum, Diocletian and Galerius deposed Maximian, demoted Constantine to Caesar and elevated Licinius to Augustus

Constantine I The Great Ancient Roman Coin Military camp or bivouac gate i53257 https://trustedmedievalcoins.wordpress.com/2015/12/18/constantine-i-the-great-ancient-roman-coin-military-camp-or-bivouac-gate-i53257/

Constantine I The Great Ancient Roman Coin Military camp or bivouac gate

Nike is represented on many greek coins

Nike is represented on many greek coins

Roman empire, Tiberius for Tiberius and Livia (21–22), Dupond (Brass); Obverse:  Head of Salus

Roman empire, Tiberius for Tiberius and Livia Dupond (Brass); Obverse: Head of Salus

SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS 193AD Marcianopolis EAGLE of ROME Ancient Roman Coin i50930 https://topamazonproductpicksandreview.wordpress.com/2016/01/13/septimius-severus-193ad-marcianopolis-eagle-of-rome-ancient-roman-coin-i50930/

SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS 193AD Marcianopolis EAGLE of ROME Ancient Roman Coin i50930 https://topamazonproductpicksandreview.wordpress.com/2016/01/13/septimius-severus-193ad-marcianopolis-eagle-of-rome-ancient-roman-coin-i50930/

Decadracma - argento - Siracusa, Sicilia (ca.470-465 a.C.) biga vs.dx. con cavalli al passo, l'auriga tiene le redini con due mani, Nike in volo vs.dx., in exergo leone in corsa - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Dekadrachm (Demareteion) of Syracuse with quadriga Greek Early Classical Period about B.

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