Greek, Gold stater of Cyrene, North Africa, c.322-308 BC (source). On the obverse is Nike driving a quadringa, and on the reverse is Zeus Ammon
Greek, Dekadrachm of Syracuse, c.470-465 BC . On one side is the head of Arethusa surrounded by dolphins, on the other a charioteer driving a quadriga with Nike flying above and a lion below.
Gold coin. Greek
Gold Ancient Greek coin depicting Zeus wearing a laurel wreath, 360 BC
Gold coin, Greek, minted in Panticapaeum, Crimea, Ukraine. (obverse) Head of Pan. (reverse) Horned griffin with lion’s head, holding lance in mouth; below, ear of barley. 369 - 359 BC
Greek gold coin
Western Iranian Electrum Beaker with Raptors 14th-13th c. BC
Roman Gold Stater issued by Brutus, mid-1st century BC from Koson, Thrace.
Stater, ca. 560–546 B.C. Greek, Lydian; Excavated at Sardis Gold
Gold Stater, Alexander the Great - Macedonia, 336-323 BC
ca. 360-340 BCE. Greek gold coin (stater) of Laurel-Wreathed Zeus. Lampsacus, Mysie (ancient Turkey). The Mysians were related to the Lydians.
Greek Ancient Coins
Stater, 359-336 BC Greece, Macedonia, Reign of Philip II gold
Ancient Greek gold coin, Ptolemy
Panagyurishte treasure - end of horn Thacian,4th-rd cent.BC gold
Gold stater of Ptolemy I Period: Early Hellenistic Date: ca. 305–284 B.C. Culture: Greek, Ptolemaic
Part of Ensemble of Jewlery, Greek, probably made in alexandria, Egypt, 220-110 BC, Gold, Garnet, Garnelian, and Glass Paste, Getty Villa, Malibu, California, USA
Bactrian Gold Stater of King Diodotus I in the Name of Antiochos II - C.4109 Origin: Afghanistan Circa: 250 BC to 230 BC
3rd century BC. Gold hairnet. Source: National Archaeological Museum, Athens
G673 An Excessively Rare and Magnificent Greek Gold Stater of Syracuse (Sicily), Struck by King Pyrrhus of Epirus During his Abortive Sicilian Expedition, Exceptional Depictions of Athena and Nike in Gold | by Ancient Art
Northwestern Iranian Gold Goblet with Bulls, Marlik (?) 12rh.11th cent, BC Found in Tomb at Marlik,near Susa.
4th Century BC. Greek. Gold and copper alloy spiral earring with lion-griffin head terminal.
History: Ancient Greece