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Tetradrachm from Pheneos in Arcadia, c. 360-350 BCE, showing Demeter. Electrum coin from Phokaia in Ionia, 468 BCE. Some of these coins are beautiful, others wonderfully weird, and some have such great stories. It's a good thing I'm not into collecting, because I love these pictures. Double face coin from Istros in Moesia, 4th century BCE. Tetradrachm from Knossos with the Labyrinth. From Lycia, c. 500-440 BCE. From Akragas in Sicily, c 420 BCE; lower right is Scylla. From Kyrene, c. 250…

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Treasure Of 51 Macedonian Gold Coins. Was Hidden Sometime After 330 Bce In A Cavity In A Rock In Ancient Corinth Kota Bharu, Ancient Greece Aesthetic, Hawke Dragon Age, Logam Mulia, Grece Antique, Yennefer Of Vengerberg, American Gods, Gold Aesthetic, Alexander The Great

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GREEK COIN Taras, ca. 342 - 33 B.C.,  Gold Diam. 20 mm (approx.) Minted by the city of Taras (now Taranto), the obverse shows the head of the goddess Persephone (or Hera), wearing a decorated stephane and a transparent veil at the back, as well as an earring and necklace. The composition, of exceptional artistic quality, refers to the appeal made by Taras to Sparta – the homeland of Taras’ founding colonists – to provide military support against the Italiote peoples. This explains the exceptiona Transparent Veil, Goddess Persephone, Ancient Jewels, Ancient Greek Coin, Ancient Jewellery, Gold And Silver Coins, Local Hero, Greek Coins, Antique Coins

GREEK COIN Taras, ca. 342 - 33 B.C., Gold Diam. 20 mm (approx.) Minted by the city of Taras (now Taranto), the obverse shows the head of the goddess Persephone (or Hera), wearing a decorated stephane and a transparent veil at the back, as well as an earring and necklace. The composition, of exceptional artistic quality, refers to the appeal made by Taras to Sparta – the homeland of Taras’ founding colonists – to provide military support against the Italiote peoples. This explains the…

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