Roman Imperational, Julius Caesar, as Dictator, 49-44 BC, AR Denarius, 'the coin that killed Caesar', struck February-March 44 BC, Banti Plate Coin

This coin, issued by the moneyer P. Sepullius Macer, belonging to a series of coins issued just before the assassination…

Anglo-Saxon, Continental Sceattas, AR Sceat, struck c. 690-715/20 AD, Published in Beowulf

The sceat (Old English sceatt, meaning "wealth", "money" and "coin") was a small silver coin minted in the Anglo-Saxon period.…

Trajan, 98-117 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, Melqart-Herakles, struck 112 AD, McAlee Plate Coin

Trajan was one of the greatest Roman Emperors. A former soldier, he expanded the Roman Empire to its largest size…

Trajan, 98-117 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AR Tetradrachm, struck 98-99 AD, RPC Plate Coin, Prieur Plate Coin

Trajan was one of the greatest Roman Emperors. A former soldier, he expanded the Roman Empire to its largest size…

Macrinus, 217-218 AD, Phoenicia, Aradus, AR Tetradrachm, Prieur Plate Coin

Marcus Opellius Severus Macrinus Augustus was Roman Emperor from 217 to 218, reigning jointly with his son Diadumenianus. Originally a…

Justinian Dynasty, Justin I, 518-527 AD, Gold, AV Tremissis, struck 518-527 AD

In his early life, Justin I was a peasant of Thraco-Roman or Illyro-Roman descent. Following a barbaric invasion, he took…

Phocas, 602-610 AD, Gold, AV Solidus, struck 604-607 AD

Phocas became Byzantine Emperor in 602 AD after capturing Constantinople and overthrowing the Byzantine Emperor Maurice. This usurpation was led…

Anonymous Folles of Christ, Time of Basil II Bulgaroktonos, with Constantine VIII, 976-1025 AD, Christ Pantocrator

Constantine VIII and Basil II were brothers and co-emperors of the Byzantine Empire. For the duration of their joint reign,…

Probus, 276-282 AD, Silvered Antoninianus, Sol in Quadriga, AHB, struck 280 AD

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

Probus, 276-282 AD, Silvered Antoninianus, Sol in Quadriga, XXIT, struck 280 AD

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

Probus, 276-282 AD, Silvered Antoninianus, Sol in Quadriga, XXIΓ, struck 280 AD

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

Probus, 276-282 AD, Silvered Antoninianus, Sol in Quadriga, XXIS, struck 280 AD, almost Uncirculated

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

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