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108.Αργυρός στατήρας Κυδωνίας, 3ος αι. π.Χ.,, με Κύδωνα και τη λύκαινα, την τροφό του.

108.Αργυρός στατήρας Κυδωνίας, 3ος αι. π.Χ.,, με Κύδωνα και τη λύκαινα, την τροφό του.

archaicwonder: Tetrobol from Akanthos, Macedon, c. 470-390 BC Forepart of bull left, its head facing right, Π inscription, swastika, and olive spray above. On the reverse, a quadripartite incuse square. Akanthos was an ancient Greek city on the Athos peninsula. It was located on the north-east side of Akti, on the most eastern peninsula of Chalcidice on the Strymonian Gulf (Central Macedonia). It was founded in 7th century BC (the archaeology suggests 655 BC) by colonists from Andros, a...

archaicwonder: Tetrobol from Akanthos, Macedon, c. BC Forepart of bull…

A Rare and Magnificent Greek Silver Tetradrachm of Syracuse (Sicily), Signed by the Engravers Euth[...] and Phrygillos, the Kunstfreund Example | by Ancient Art

A Rare and Magnificent Greek Silver Tetradrachm of Syracuse (Sicily), Signed by the Engravers Euth[.] and Phrygillos, the Kunstfreund Example

Head of Artemis centered in Macedonian shield, Amphipolis, Macedonia, Tetradrachma ca 158-150 ad

Head of Artemis centered in Macedonian shield, Amphipolis, Macedonia, Tetradrachma ca ad

Les plus anciennes monnaies de la Grèce Antique

Les plus anciennes monnaies de la Grèce Antique

AR Hemidrachm. Greek, Ionios, Teos, Erodotos magistrate. Circa 370-340 BC. 11mm, 1,53g, 8h. SNG Copenhagen 1449. Near EF. Price realized (2.7.2016): 131 EUR.

AR Hemidrachm. Greek, Ionios, Teos, Erodotos magistrate. Circa 370-340 BC. 11mm, 1,53g, 8h. SNG Copenhagen 1449. Near EF. Price realized (2.7.2016): 131 EUR.

Tetradrachm, uncertain mint in Sicily “People of the Camp” circa 320-310, AR 16.94 g. Head of goddess l., wearing Phrygian tiara. Rev. Lion walking l., head facing; behind, palm tree. In exergue, s’mmhnt in Punic characters.  Extremely rare. A very pleasant specimen of this intriguing issue without the usual flaws on the obverse. Of the finest style of the period, lightly toned and about extremely fine From an American private collection.

Tetradrachm, uncertain mint in Sicily “People of the Camp” circa 320-310, AR 16.94 g. Head of goddess l., wearing Phrygian tiara. Rev. Lion walking l., head facing; behind, palm tree. In exergue, s’mmhnt in Punic characters. Extremely rare. A very pleasant specimen of this intriguing issue without the usual flaws on the obverse. Of the finest style of the period, lightly toned and about extremely fine From an American private collection.

adigh Gallery's Ancient Greek Gold Coin of Phillip II  Gold Stater of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great. Macedonian, 356-336 BC

adigh Gallery's Ancient Greek Gold Coin of Phillip II Gold Stater of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great.

Kotys I, Kingdom of Thrace. Horseman right, arm outstretched / two-handled cup, K O T Y around

Bulgaria - Thracian Treasures added 27 new photos to the album: Thrachian coins.

G177 A Rare Greek Silver Stater of Thebes (Boeotia) | by Ancient Art

A Rare Greek Silver Stater of Thebes (Boeotia)

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