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Silver stater c. 500 BC. Head of an eagle

Silver stater c. 500 BC. Head of an eagle

Statere - argento - Serifos (ca.530 a.C.) - una rana (che Pausania associa al culto di Perseo) - mercato antiquario rare coins

Statere - argento - Serifos (ca.530 a.C.) - una rana (che Pausania associa al culto di Perseo) - mercato antiquario rare coins

Tetradrachm: Head of Athena (obverse), 500-430 BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC  silver

Tetradrachm: Head of Athena (obverse), 500-430 BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC silver

Celtic coin of the Parisii, Gaul, c.100-75 BC

Celtic coin of the Parisii, Gaul, c.100-75 BC

Stater, 514-407 BC Greece, Athens, late 6th-early 4th Century BC  silver

Stater, 514-407 BC Greece, Athens, late 6th-early 4th Century BC silver

Drachma: Female Head (obverse), c. 369-336 BC Greece, 4th Century BC  silver

Drachma: Female Head (obverse), c. 369-336 BC Greece, 4th Century BC silver

Black Mediterranean History, via Coin and Pottery

Black Mediterranean History, via Coin and Pottery

Celtic coin?

Celtic coin?

The silver coin minted in ancient Naxos depicting the head of Dionysus and grapes shows the importance of wine culture in IV century BC. #sicily #history

The silver coin minted in ancient Naxos depicting the head of Dionysus and grapes shows the importance of wine culture in IV century BC. #sicily #history

Spain, Carthago Nova. The Barcids. Time of Hannibal, ca. 221-208 BC. Silver Double Shekel (14.7g). Minted at Carthago Nova, ca. 220 BC.

Spain, Carthago Nova. The Barcids. Time of Hannibal, ca. 221-208 BC. Silver Double Shekel (14.7g). Minted at Carthago Nova, ca. 220 BC.

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