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Mediaeval Crusades Feudal Armenian Levon II I Silver Tram Coin 1187:

Our Armenian King Mediaeval Crusades Feudal Armenian Levon II I Silver Tram Coin 1187

A silver double shekel minted by Hannibal's family around 230 B.C. The front depicts the Carthaginian god Melqart as Hercules and the reverse shows a war elephant. The coin was stamped in Spain, part of Carthage's larger empire [Credit: The Trustees of the British Museum/Art Resource, NY]

A silver double shekel of Carthage Issued by the Barcid family in Spain BC Differing from tradition Carthaginian coins which tended to feature images of a goddess, horse or palm tree, those.

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.

Celtic coin?

Celtic silver tetradrachm from the first century BC depicting a horseman with three horns sprouting from his head. Found in the Danube region.Female rider: possibly Boudica

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

Tetradrachm: Head of Athena (obverse), BC Greece, Athens, Century BC silver

Silver coin of King Demetrios (with the co-name Poliorketes= greek: the besieger), son of Antigonos Monophthalmos (the one-eyed). The coin depicts the sea god Poseidon as a sign of the sea-power Demetrios gained, especially after the battle against the Ptolemaic fleet. Also on the coin, the so-called sun of Vergina. Symbol of the Kings of Macedon. The Greek writings: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ (of king Demetrios). Also the monogramme on the left side consisting of the greek letters Δ, Η, Ρ for…

Silver coin of King Demetrios (with the co-name Poliorketes= greek: the…

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