The coinage of the Byzantine Empire continued that of its more ancient predecessors and functioned as a convenient method...
Carthage Campaign Inscription on Coin
The North African city of Carthage fought a series of wars against Syracuse in Sicily. Carthage issued Greek-style coins...
The coinage of Carthage was first minted from the 5th century BCE. Initially adopting the drachma, the Carthaginians later...
Carthaginian Silver Coin
A Carthaginian silver coin, 5th-4th century BCE. Nike above a horse and a palm tree. Minted in Carthage. (The British Museum...
Carthaginian Silver Tetradrachm
A silver tetradrachm minted in Carthage, 330-300 BCE. Obv.: head of the goddess Tanit with dolphins. Rev. : horse's...
Celtic Coin from Thrace Copying Greek Inscription
Early Iron Age Celtic people copied Greek coins, often faithfully reproducing their designs and inscriptions. This suggests...
Coin Commemorating the Isthmian Games
A Greek coin commemorating the Isthmian Games. Corinth, 117-138 CE. (Numismatics Museum, Athens)
Coin inscribed VAR(us)
As Lugdunum I (RIC 230), head of Augustus r., countermarked "VAR" (Varus).
Coin of Bagadates
Coin of Bagadates (Persian Bagdan), third or four frataraka ruler of Persis in the 3rd century BCE. AR Tetradrachm...
Coin of both Hermaios and Kujula Kadphises
AE tetradrachm c. first half of 1st. Century Weight:7.29 gm., Diam:22 mm., Die axis: 10h Obverse: Hermaios-style diademed...