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silver coin  Minted in Ephesus   Greek     The British Museum

silver coin Minted in Ephesus Greek The British Museum

Bronze Celtic Love Cross-Limerick, Ireland – Celebrate Faith

Bronze Celtic Love Cross-Limerick, Ireland

Bronze Celtic Love Cross-Limerick, Ireland – Celebrate Faith

silver coin  Minted in Ephesus   Greek     The British Museum

silver coin Minted in Ephesus Greek The British Museum

Beautiful Silver Coin from India British Occupation Milled Coin 1919b One Rupee King George V Graded PCGS AU 53

Beautiful Silver Coin from India British Occupation Milled Coin 1919b One Rupee King George V Graded PCGS AU 53

Centuripe vase, greek 400-375 BCE

Centuripe vase, greek 400-375 BCE

BEE / ROMAN COIN

BEE / ROMAN COIN

Greek coin. Greek 490 - 323 B.C. Electrum | The Trustees of the British Museum.

Greek coin. Greek 490 - 323 B.C. Electrum | The Trustees of the British Museum.

Menander I Soter was a Greek of the Indo-Greek Kingdom who established a large empire in South Asia and became a patron of Buddhism. Menander was born in the Caucasus, and was initially a king of Bactria. Ancient Indian writers indicate that he launched expeditions southward into Rajasthan and as far east down the Ganges River Valley as Pataliputra, and the Greek geographer Strabo wrote that he "conquered more tribes than Alexander the Great."

Menander I Soter was a Greek of the Indo-Greek Kingdom who established a large empire in South Asia and became a patron of Buddhism. Menander was born in the Caucasus, and was initially a king of Bactria. Ancient Indian writers indicate that he launched expeditions southward into Rajasthan and as far east down the Ganges River Valley as Pataliputra, and the Greek geographer Strabo wrote that he "conquered more tribes than Alexander the Great."

"Pieces of Eight". The Spanish minted pieces of eight from New World gold and silver. "Eight Reals” or pieces-of-eight known to pirates, were minted in the Spanish Main and sent back to Europe in huge quantities with treasure fleets. Pirates plundered many Spanish galleons in search of pieces-of-eight as a handful would have been worth a small fortune to any pirate.

"Pieces of Eight". The Spanish minted pieces of eight from New World gold and silver. "Eight Reals” or pieces-of-eight known to pirates, were minted in the Spanish Main and sent back to Europe in huge quantities with treasure fleets. Pirates plundered many Spanish galleons in search of pieces-of-eight as a handful would have been worth a small fortune to any pirate.

Greek, minted in Ephesus, Asia Minor Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Alexander the Great, 306-281 B.C., Issued by King Lysimachus of Thrace

Greek, minted in Ephesus, Asia Minor Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Alexander the Great, 306-281 B.C., Issued by King Lysimachus of Thrace

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