Anglo-Saxon, Kings of Northumbria, Eanred, 810-841 AD, AE Styca, struck c. 837-841 AD, Hoard Coin

Eanred was the King of Northumbria. Very little is known about him other than he was the son of King…

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II, 359-336 BC, AR Tetradrachm, Dolphin and Pi Control Marks, struck c. 323/2-316/5 BC

Philip II of Macedon was King of Macedon and father of Alexander the Great and Philip III Arrhidaeus. The silver…

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II, 359-336 BC, AR Tetradrachm, Lambda Bucranium and E Control Marks, struck c. 315/4-295/4 BC

Philip II of Macedon was King of Macedon and father of Alexander the Great and Philip III Arrhidaeus. The silver…

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II, 359-336 BC, AR Tetradrachm, Pegasus Control Mark, struck c. 355-349/8 BC

Philip II of Macedon was King of Macedon and father of Alexander the Great and Philip III Arrhidaeus. The silver…

Cilicia, Tarsos, Tarkumuwa (Datames), Satrap of Cilicia and Cappadocia, 384-361/0 BC, AR Obol, struck c. 380 BC

Tarsos is an ancient city of Cilicia, situated in modern-day south-central Turkey. Originally the capital of its native rulers, from…

Julia Domna, Augusta, 193-217 AD, AE Sestertius, Juno, struck 211-217 AD, Banti Plate Coin

Julia Domna was the second wife of the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus and the mother of Emperors Geta and Caracalla.…

Illyria, Dyrrhachion, AR Stater, c. 340-280 BC

Dyrrhachion or Dyrrachium was founded by the ancient Greeks as Epidamnos in 627 BC. Later, the Romans renamed the…

Caracalla, 198-217 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, Eagle, struck c. 214-215 AD

Butcher notes that the style of this tetradrachm departs from those closest in style to the Antiochene tetradrachms of the…

Philip II, 247–249 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, struck 248-249 AD

Marcus Julius Philippus Severus (also known as Philippus II, Philip II and Philip the Younger) was the son of the…

Philip I, 244-249 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, Eagle, Year 1, struck 244 AD

Philip I seized power after the young Roman Emperor Gordian III died under mysterious circumstances. Some claim that he was…

Vespasian, with Titus as Caesar, 69-79 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, New Holy Year 2, struck 69/70 AD

Vespasian was Roman emperor from AD 69 to AD 79. The beginning of his reign marked the end of the…

Probus, 276-282 AD, Silvered Antoninianus, Adventus, struck 279 AD

Probus was a military Emperor. On reaching adulthood he joined the military where he proved himself capable, enough so that…

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