Akarnania, Anaktorion, AR Stater, ca. 350-300 BC

Anaktorion was a Corinthian colony in ancient Greece. Like other colonies, it issued staters in the style of the famous…

Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF

"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite…

Baktrian Kings, Menander I Soter, AR Drachm, Athena, 160-145 BC

Menander I Soter ('the Saviour') is the best-known of the Indo-Greek Kings. He ruled the areas south of the Hindu…

Caracalla, 198-217 AD, AR Denarius, Emperor Sacrificing at Altar, struck 217 AD

Lucius Septimius Bassianus . He became known as 'Caracalla' after the Gallic cloak which he regularly wore. He was assassinated…

Corinthia, Corinth, AR Stater, ca. 375-300 BC

Corinth was one of the richest and most important cities in ancient Greece. Situated on the isthmus which connected Peloponnesos…

Dealer's Lot of 15 Ancient Judaean Coins, King Herod I Agrippa

This is a dealer's lot of ancient Judaean coins from the reign of King Herod I Agrippa, the grandson of…

Domitian, 81-96 AD, AR Denarius, Minerva, struck 90 AD

Domitianus (Domitian) was the son and heir of the Roman Emperor Vespasian. His 15 year reign (the longest since Tiberius)…

Domitian, AE As, Fortuna Augusta, 92-94 AD

Domitianus (Domitian) was the son and heir of the Roman Emperor Vespasian. His 15 year reign (the longest since Tiberius)…

Euboia, Histiaia, AR Tetrobol, Delta Y Monogram, 3rd to 2nd centuries BC

Euboia (Euboea) is the second-largest island in Greece. Histiaia was an ancient town on the island named after the nymph…

Faustina I the Elder, 138-141 AD, AR Denarius, Hexastyle Temple, Posthumous Issue, struck 141-161 AD

Faustina I the elder was born circa 100 AD and died in 140 AD. She was the wife of the…

Gordian III, 238-244 AD, Pisidia, Antiochia, AE35, She-wolf and twins, struck 240-243 AD

Gordian III became the youngest sole Roman emperor at the age of 13 after the death of Emperor Severus Alexander.…

Indo-Scythian Kingdom, Azes, AR Tetradrachm, c. 58-12 BC

The Indo-Scythians were Scythians (Iranian Eurasian nomads), who migrated into Western South Asia in the 2nd century BC to 4th…

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