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This is a beautiful find. A gold coin minted in Rome around 195 A.D. Shows "Septimius Severus", also known as Severus, was a Roman Emperor from 193 to 211. Severus was born in Leptis Magna in the Roman province of Africa.

This is a beautiful find. A gold coin minted in Rome around 195 A.D. Shows "Septimius Severus", also known as Severus, was a Roman Emperor from 193 to 211. Severus was born in Leptis Magna in the Roman province of Africa.

Tetradrachm (four drachma) coin with the head of Arethusa, the patron nymph of Syracuse. Country of Origin: Italy. Period/ Date: 405 - 400 BC. Place of Origin: Syracuse.

Tetradrachm (four drachma) coin with the head of Arethusa, the patron nymph of Syracuse. Country of Origin: Italy. Period/ Date: 405 - 400 BC. Place of Origin: Syracuse.

Extremely Rare & Fine Greek Coin Showing Dionysos This stater is worth about $211,000 and is the finest example of this type known. It’s from the ancient city of Thebes in Boeotia from around 405-395 BC. On the obverse is a Boeotian shield with the reverse side displaying an image of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath with the letters Θ and Ε.

Extremely Rare & Fine Greek Coin Showing Dionysos This stater is worth about $211,000 and is the finest example of this type known. It’s from the ancient city of Thebes in Boeotia from around 405-395 BC. On the obverse is a Boeotian shield with the reverse side displaying an image of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath with the letters Θ and Ε.

Elektron - a seal eating an octopus - World's Earliest Coins at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Elektron - a seal eating an octopus - World's Earliest Coins at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

The reverse of an ancient Greek gold stater, struck in the name of the brilliant King Philip II of Macedon. Issued by the Pella mint, circa 340 BC. Showing Philip II racing a two horse chariot. The horses rearing and snarling as Philip leans forwards, gripping the reins in one hand and raising his goad with the other, his cloak billowing in the rushing wind. The Greek legend below reads, "Of Philip"

The reverse of an ancient Greek gold stater, struck in the name of the brilliant King Philip II of Macedon. Issued by the Pella mint, circa 340 BC. Showing Philip II racing a two horse chariot. The horses rearing and snarling as Philip leans forwards, gripping the reins in one hand and raising his goad with the other, his cloak billowing in the rushing wind. The Greek legend below reads, "Of Philip"

Tetradracma - argento - Mende, Macedonia (460-423 a.C.) - Bacco (Dionysos) disteso sul dorso di un asino andante vs.dx., il dio tiene nella mano destra una coppa (kantharos) - Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Tetradracma - argento - Mende, Macedonia (460-423 a.C.) - Bacco (Dionysos) disteso sul dorso di un asino andante vs.dx., il dio tiene nella mano destra una coppa (kantharos) - Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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