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This is an ancient Greek coin that the Greek used as a form of currency.

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Ancient coins | Ancient Greek Coins - Aegina Silver Stater Coin

Ancient Greek Coins - Aegina Silver Stater Coin

LeRoy McDermott argues that paleolithic venus figurines lose their distorted proportions and acquire representational realism if we understand that they are self-portraits created by women looking down at their own bodies.

Silver tetradrachm issued by Athens, ca. 450s BC, reverse: owl, olive spray and crescent moon, with the inscription ΑΘΕ.

Aegeina,a famous trade coin,the tetradarchm,5th cent.BC

Bone dice of rhombohedral form. Villa of Boscoreale 1st century BC - AD

Dodecahedral dice from the Middle Ages

Prehistoric petroglyph. Neolithic carvings on sandstone rock depicting an elephant-like animal or anteater. Photographed near Youf Aghalal, Tassili du Hoggar, Southern Algeria.

Toro Muerto Petroglyphs - Arequipa Peru

Artifacts in Istanbul Break New Ground. Hurrian female figurines, early Hittite era, 1800 BCE. Found at Küçükçekmece, Istanbul. An archaeological discovery in suburban Istanbul could soon force a rewrite in history books as new research has shown that the early Hittites actually ventured onto the European continent, having previously been assumed to have remained only in Asia. [Credit: Hurriyet]

The Ambum stone, Papua New Guinea. Pre-historic zoomorphic figure; possibly representing the embryo of a long-beaked echidna] c.1500 BCE. Greywacke stone. Collection of the National Gallery of Australia.

Figure of a Cynocephalus Ape 664–380 B.C. Egypt, Memphite region, Memphis (Mit Rahina)

Cloud People of Peru ....The figures balance aloft on the ledge of a cliff, their gaze fixed where the first rays of the rising sun will appear, waiting for a new day to dawn. Known by the name Warriors of the Clouds, the Chachapoyas were an ancient Andean people who inhabited the mist-swathed rainforests of what is now northern Peru. They were wiped out some five hundred years ago, and looking out over the vast Utcubamba Valley, these figures stand as remnants of their once great civilization.

Monstrous male figure, Period- Bronze Age, Date- ca. late 3rd–early 2nd millennium B.C., Geography- Bactria-Margiana or eastern Iran, Culture- Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex, Medium- Chlorite, calcite, gold, iron, Dimensions- H. 4 in. (10.1 cm), The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Moche Captive Vessel — Peru 200 AD - 400 AD An early Moche captive stirrup vessel dating to Phase II depicting a kneeling male with bound hands — a captured warrior soon to be sacrificed. As is typical in Moche art, captives are stripped of their warrior's regalia and weapons and tied with a rope around their neck and hands

Reproduction carving of a hedgehog: Hedgehog. Taken from the medieval carvings (C. 1450) found upon the Misericords within the choir stalls of Cartmel Priory.