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Diobolo - argento - Atene (410-300 a.C.) - A-Θ-E due civette di lato con una solo testa frontale - Münzkabinett Berlin

Diobolo - argento - Atene (410-300 a.C.) - A-Θ-E due civette di lato con una solo testa frontale - Münzkabinett Berlin

Greek Islands Ancient Coin, Silver stater c. 400 BC. Minotaur  http://www.greek-islands.us/ancient-greek-coins/crete-knossos-coins/

Knossos Silver Stater Coin has the the representation of the glorious mythican pas of Minos and the Labyrinth.

Statere - billon - Lesbo, Grecia (510-490 a.C.) - due teste di tori affrontate, nel centro un albero frondoso - Münzkabinett Berlin

Statere - billon - Lesbo, Grecia (510-490 a.C.) - due teste di tori affrontate, nel centro un albero frondoso - Münzkabinett Berlin

monnaies egypte ancienne - Recherche Google

golden greek gold coin - Object - Greek Gold Coin by Ronchon le Nain commemorative Philip of Macedon in the chariot race at the Olympics coin of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia

1/6 stater - electron - Kyzikos, Mesia (550-500 a.C.) - Tritone vs.sn. con corona in mano e in basso un tonno - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

stater - elektron - Kyzikos, Mesia a.) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Silver

Silver Stater coin featuring an Amphora and Bow (reverse), BC Greece, Century BC

Coin with a Head of Apollo and His symbols - circa 450-400 B.C. - at the Paolo Orsi Museum, Syracuse

Coin with a Head of Apollo and His symbols - circa B. - at the Paolo Orsi Museum, Syracuse, Sicily

Greek, Dekadrachm of Syracuse, c.470-465 BC (source). 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.

Greek, Dekadrachm of Syracuse, BC (source). 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.

G765 A Rare and Exceptional Greek Silver Double Shekel of Tyre (Phoenicia), the Kunstfreund Example | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

A Rare and Exceptional Greek Silver Double Shekel of Tyre (Phoenicia), 480 BCE, the Kunstfreund Example

Silver Stater from Ambracia (The Site of the First Known Use of Poison Gas) Minted circa 400-350 BC. Obverse: Pegasus standing right, left foot raised and being examined by Bellerophon. Reverse: Athena facing right in Corinthian helmet with neck...

Silver Stater from Ambracia (The Site of the First Known Use of Poison Gas) Minted circa BC. Obverse: Pegasus standing right, left foot raised and being examined by Bellerophon. Reverse: Athena facing right in Corinthian helmet with neck.

Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Michael II and his eldest son Constantine in the reverse,  Theophilos (829-842D).

Byzantine Gold Solidus of Theophilos Byzantine Gold Solidus Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Mi.

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