Carthage silver double shekel circa 230 BCE. The Punic (Carthaginian) god Melqart is shown on the left of the coin. He is depicted resembling the Greek hero Herakles with a club over his shoulder. On the reverse is a war elephant, as used by Hannibal in his great campaign against Rome.
A spintria (plural, spintriae ) is a small bronze or brass Roman token, possibly for use in brothels, usually depicting sexual acts or symbols./ gotta luv the cock with wingz upper right corner, ha ha ha
554 BC - Silver Tetradrachm Coin / front and back from Byblos / a Phoenician Port City in Lebanon Founded more than seven thousand years ago, Byblos is one of the eldest cities in the world that is still inhabited; its influence is due to its trade wi