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Drachm (Coin) Depicting the Nymph Amphitrite

Drachm (Coin) Depicting the Nymph Amphitrite

Obverse: Head of Amphitrite (?) right, in stephane and veil; behind, lotus-tipped sceptre and kraterReverse: Poseidon standing left, nude, resting on raised knee, right foot on Ionic column, bird on fulmen beside him

Denarius (Coin) Depicting a Laureate

Denarius (Coin) Depicting a Laureate

The front of this coin depicts an inidentified man, facing right and wearing a crown of laurels.On the back, a soldier is shown on horseback and holding a lance.

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Obverse: Head of Nero to right, laureate, slight beard visibleReverse: Jupiter enthroned left, thunderbolt in right hand, scepter in left

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Obverse: Head of Nero right, bareReverse: Oak wreath with inscription EX. SC

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying Queen Arsinoe II

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying Queen Arsinoe II

Obverse: Head of Arsinoe II wearing stephane and veiled to right, tip of Ammon horn visible below earReverse: Double cornucopia full of fruit, bunch of grapes hangs from each side; tied with fringed fillet Quee... More

Denarius (Coin) Depicting Scipio Africanus

Denarius (Coin) Depicting Scipio Africanus

The front of this coin portrays Scipio Africanus (the elder), with a trident preserved at left. On the back the god Jupiter stands between between the goddesses Juno and Pallas. Below them is preserved the insc... More

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Claudius

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Claudius

Obverse: Claudius head to rightReverse: Agrippina bust to right

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Gaius (Caligula)

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Gaius (Caligula)

The front of this coin portrays the Roman Emperor Gaius (Caligula), facing to the right. An inscription that begins in the lower right edge and moves around the outward edge of the coin reads: C.CAESAR.AVG.GERM... More

Stater (Coin) Depicting a Crouching Dog

Stater (Coin) Depicting a Crouching Dog

Obverse: Dog with collar, crouching on forelegs to left; tuna fish belowReverse: Incuse square quartered in mill-sail pattern

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Demetrios I of Macedonia

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Demetrios I of Macedonia

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy III Euergetes

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy III Euergetes

Under the rule of Ptolemy III, Egypt’s realm reached its greatest geographical limits, stretching from Cyrene in North Africa to Babylon in Mesopotamia. Rather than pursue further conquests, Ptolemy concentrate... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting Quadriga with Bearded Charioteer

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting Quadriga with Bearded Charioteer

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting the God Zeus

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting the God Zeus

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Lepidus

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Lepidus

The front of this coin portrays the General Lepidus facing right. On the back is a portrait of Octavius, who would become Emperor in 27 BC.

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting the God Zeus

Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting the God Zeus

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Mithridates VI

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Mithridates VI

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Ahenobarbus

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Ahenobarbus

On the front of this coin Ahenobarbus is portrayed facing right. On the back the prow of a ship is surmounted by a trophy.

Drachm (Coin) Depicting Thessalos Holding a Bull

Drachm (Coin) Depicting Thessalos Holding a Bull

The front of this coin depicts a youth named Thessalos holding a bull by its horns. On the back a horse leaps to the right, the letters AAP are inscribed above.

Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus

Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus

The front of this coin depicts the winged horse Pegasus flying left. On the back the goddess Athena Chalinitis "The Bridler" is shown facing left with a diminutive dove behind her, surrounded by a wreath.

Didrachm (Coin) Depicting the Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux)

Didrachm (Coin) Depicting the Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux)

The front of this coin depicts a Janiform head of the Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux), wearing crowns of laurels and surrounded by a decorative border of dots. On the back the god Jupiter wields a thunderbolt whil... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Philetairos of Pergamon

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Philetairos of Pergamon

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Demetrius II Nikator of Syria

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Demetrius II Nikator of Syria

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Nero Claudius Drusus

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Nero Claudius Drusus

Obverse: Head of Nero Claudius Drusus left, laureateInscribed: NERO CLAVDIVS DRVSVS GERMANICVS IMPReverse: Equestrian statue atop triumphal arch, trophies and prisoners at each cornerInscribed: DE GERM

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy of Cyprus

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy of Cyprus

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Hadrian

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Hadrian

Obverse: Bust of Hadrian right, laureate, drapedReverse: Aeternitas (Eternity), standing left, holding busts of Sun and Moon

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Emperor Hadrian

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Emperor Hadrian

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... More

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Lucius Aelius Caesar

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Lucius Aelius Caesar

The front of this coin portrays Lucius Aelius Caesar facing right. On the back the figure of Concord is shown seated, holding a shallow dish called a patera in her right hand as her left elbow rests on a cornucopia.

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Antoninus Pius

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Antoninus Pius

Obverse: Bust of Antoninus Pius right, bareheaded, wearing cuirass and paludamentumReverse: Roma seated facing left, holding Palladium and spear, with shield at side

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Marcus Aurelius

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Marcus Aurelius

Obverse: Bust of Marcus Aurelius right, bareheaded, wearing cuirass and paludamentumReverse: Roma-Virtus, helmeted, stands left in military garb, holding Victory and parazonium

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Lucius Verus

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Lucius Verus

Obverse: Head of Lucius Verus right, bareInscribed: . L . VERVS AVG ARMENIACVSReverse: Victory stands right, half draped, placing a shield atop a palm treeInscribed: TRP IIII IMP II COS II

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Didius Julianus

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Didius Julianus

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Didius Julianus, facing right and wearing a crown of laurels. On the back the figure of Concord is shown standing, holding a legionary eagle in either hand.

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Pertinax

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Pertinax

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Pertinax, facing right and wearing a crown of laurels. On the back the figure of Equity is shown standing, holding a balance in one hand and and a cornucopia in the other.

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Septimus Severus

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Septimus Severus

Obverse: Head of Septimius Severus right, laureateReverse: Victory runs right, wreath in right hand, palm branch over left shoulder

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Geta

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Emperor Geta

Obverse: Bust of Geta to rightReverse: Security seated to left holding globe

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Plautilla

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Plautilla

Obverse: Bust of Plautilla right, drapedReverse: Caracalla and Plautilla clasp hands

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Caracalla

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Caracalla

Obverse: Bust of Caracalla right, laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentumReverse: Victory, partly draped, advancing left, holding wreath and palm This coin showing the 16 year old prince was issued by his fa... More

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Macrinus

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Macrinus

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Macrinus facing right. On the back Macrinus is shown seated on curule chair holding a globe and a sceptre.

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Diadumenian

Denarius (Coin) Portraying Diadumenian

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Diadumemian facing right. On the back the figure of Hope marches to the left, holding a flower in her raised right hand while the left draws back her robe.

Denarius (Coin) Portraying the Emperor Maximinus

Denarius (Coin) Portraying the Emperor Maximinus

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Maximinus wearing a crown of laurels and facing right. On the back the figure of Loyalty is shown standing and holding two standards.

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Gordian III

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Gordian III

Obverse: Bust of Gordian right, laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentumReverse: Victory walks left, wreath in right hand, palm branch over left shoulder

Denarius (Coin) Portraying King Philip II

Denarius (Coin) Portraying King Philip II

The front of this coin portrays the Emperor Philip II, facing right and wearing a crown. On the back the figure of Loyalty is shown standing and holding two standards.