Ancient Greek coin of Alexander the Great (b. Macedonia, Greece, 356-323 BC)

Macedonian Coin - Tetradrachm of Alexander the Geat - Obverse: Alexander wearing lion skin helmet of his ancestor Hercules, Reverse: Zeus seated on his throne, inscribed in Greek "Alexandrou"

Greek Antiquity - Macedonia - Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC) - AR Drachm - Miletus mint, ca. 325-323 BC - Price 2090

Offered in Catawiki's Ancient Coins auction (Greek & Eastern): Greek Antiquity - Macedonia - Alexander III the Great BC) - AR Drachm - Miletus mint, ca. BC - Price about VF.

MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC). AR tetradrachm (16.78 gm). Odessus, ca. 280-200 BC. Head of Heracles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Zeus seated on throne left, holding scepter and eagle.

Visit Macedonia - The Ancient Greek Kingdom - Alexander III the Great BC). Head of Heracles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Zeus seated on throne left, holding sceptre and eagle.

Macedonia, Philippos II., 359-336 BC, gold stater, approximate 340-328 BC, belorb. Apollokopf clockwise, reverse Biga clockwise, beneath brisure T, 8.58 Gr., very fine / extremley fine.    Dealer  HBA    Auction  Minimum Bid:  1200.00 EUR

Macedonia, Philippos II., 359-336 BC, gold stater, approximate 340-328 BC, belorb. Apollokopf clockwise, reverse Biga clockwise, beneath brisure T, 8.58 Gr., very fine / extremley fine. Dealer HBA Auction Minimum Bid: 1200.00 EUR

Tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia, 3rd century BC, showing Alexander the Great.

Tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia northern Greece, century BCE, showing Alexander the Great.

G748 A Rare Greek Silver Stater of the Orreskoi (Thraco-Macedonian Tribes), a Fine Late Archaic Depiction of a Centaur and Nymph | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

A Rare Greek Silver Stater of the Orreskoi (Thraco-Macedonian Tribes), a Fine Late Archaic Depiction of a Centaur and Nymph

Greek Coins: Archaic  _:Sicilia,Akragas,ca 500 BC

Greek Coins: Archaic _:Sicilia,Akragas,ca 500 BC

This coin, minted in Bactria, imitates the most widely circulated coin of antiquity: the Athenian "owl," which was copied in many different countries.

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Tetradrachm: Macedonian Shield with Bust of Artemis (obverse), 158-149 BC  Macedonia, Northern Greece, , 2nd century BC  silver, Diameter: w. 3.2 cm (1 1/4 in)

Tetradrachm: Macedonian Shield with Bust of Artemis (obverse), BC Greece, Macedonia, Century BC silver

Philoktetes: The Trojan War HeroThis very rare Greek coin from the ancient city of Homolion in Thessaly shows the Trojan War hero Philoktetes wearing a pileus with a coiled serpent on the reverse along with the inscription OMOLEIΩN . It was minted...

Philoktetes: The Trojan War HeroThis very rare Greek coin from the ancient city of Homolion in Thessaly shows the Trojan War hero Philoktetes wearing a pileus with a coiled serpent on the reverse.

Crete, Phaistos, 300-270 BCE, AR Stater, Talos nude standing-facing wings spread hurling stone in right hand TAΛON / Bull butting  right ΦAIΣTIΩN

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Greek coin from CRETE, Phaistos Greek coin depicting Talos / bull

Silver Tetradrachm Coin Phillip II Macedon, Father of Alexander the Great Portrait of Zeus. Struck 341-328 B.C.

Greek coin/Silver Tetradrachm Coin Phillip II Macedon, Father of Alexander the Great Portrait of Zeus.

Silver coin of King Demetrios (with the co-name Poliorketes= greek: the besieger), son of Antigonos Monophthalmos (the one-eyed). The coin depicts the sea god Poseidon as a sign of the sea-power Demetrios gained, especially after the battle against the Ptolemaic fleet. Also on the coin, the so-called sun of Vergina. Symbol of the Kings of Macedon. The Greek writings: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ (of king Demetrios). Also the monogramme on the left side consisting of the greek letters Δ, Η, Ρ for…

Silver coin of King Demetrios (with the co-name Poliorketes= greek: the…

Monedele Celtice – reprezentari artistice – drumul spre goblen continua

Female rider in a Celtic coin- possibly Boudica (I'd have thought Rigantona)

A Magnificent Greek Silver Stater of Selge (Pisidia), Among the Finest Examples Known | Flickr:Intercambio de fotos

A Magnificent Greek Silver Stater of Selge (Pisidia), Among the Finest Examples Known | Flickr:Intercambio de fotos

Stater: Athena (obverse), 336-323 BC Greece, Macedonia, reign of Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)  gold

Stater: Athena (obverse), BC Greece, Macedonia, reign of Alexander the Great BC) gold

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