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Seleucus I (king in Babylon and the East 305-280 BC), silver tetradrachm, c. 300 BC, Susa mint: head of Alexander (?) with leopard skin helmet and bull’s horn to r. (obv.); Nike crowning a tropaion (rev.). The portrait of Alexander (or Seleucus?) has attributes of the god Dionysos, the master of leopards and mythical conqueror of India.

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Seleucus I (king in Babylon and the East 305-280 BC), silver tetradrachm, c. 300 BC, Susa mint: head of Alexander (?) with leopard skin helmet and bull’s horn to r. (obv.); Nike crowning a tropaion (rev.). The portrait of Alexander (or Seleucus?) has attributes of the god Dionysos, the master of leopards and mythical conqueror of India.

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Dragon’s Blood – “Nothing Lasts forever, so Live It Up! - $25 – 1 Only This 300ml Apothecary Jar candle has been filled with Dragon’s Blood, the mysterious, haunting and alluring blend. It has an inspirational label Nothing Lasts forever, Live it Up! Orders can be arranged by email to dreamcandles4740@hotmail. Collection from East Mackay Qld or delivery available Australia wide for $10 Payments accepted are Cash, Credit/Debit Card, Bank Transfer & Paypal #Nothing_lasts_forever

Statue of limestone with traces of gesso and pigment, of a standing man wearing a toga: Ancient Egyptian, from Oxyrhynchus (el-Bahnasa), Roman Period, 300 - 200 BC

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Aphrodite 100-200 AD bronze and terracotta 300-1 BC. Rear head of a leading lady from the province of Burdur 125-135 AD, right Isis (12) and Kibele (14) from Sagalassos, Turkey

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Trumpets over 3,300 years old, discovered in the tomb of the ancient Egyptian king, Tutankhamun. These instruments are the only two surviving trumpets from ancient Egypt

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