Sardus Pater - coin minted under the Roman praetor Marcus Atius Balbus (60 BCE) . Sardus Pater was the eponym god of Nuragic Sardinians worshiped at the temple of Antas (SW coast of Sardinia), the "Sardopatòros ieròn" (temple of Sardus Pater) mentioned by the Greek geographer Ptolemy.
Biblical archaeology; recent discoveries: Rare Crusader coin found in Jaffa. Martin Peilstöcker and Amit Re’em, unearthed an extremely rare coin in the area of Jaffa’s flea market. It dates to the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1099-1291), the feudal state created by the first Crusaders.