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Athens-India and back

Overstrikes from Pantikapaion

Greek & Roman Gods


Ancient Pages
Roman Calendar
Information about celebrations and events in the roman year.
Roman Economy
Information about the buying power of roman coins.
Ancient Measures
Ancient greek and roman measures plus conversion tables.
Greek & Roman Gods
An huge list of ancient gods. Use the 'search'-feature of your browser to find what you're seeking for.
Coinage of the Praefects of the Fleet of Marcus Antonius
See a catalogue of very rare bronze coins minted in 38 BC.
Bronze Disease
Read how to treat bronze disease on ancient coins.
Overstrikes from Pantikapaion / Greece
10 neat overstrikes from ancient greece. 2 different types (Pantikapaion; Olbia).
Imperial Countermarks
Preliminary page on imperial countermarks.
WILDWINDS.COM
THE non-commercial resurce for images of ancient coins.
NOTE: No coin or artifact presented on the 'ANCIENT PAGES' is for sale!
Athens - India and back NEW
Read about a fantastic voyage about an Athenian tetradrachm from Athens to India to Phoenicia.
Roman Republican Semis overstruck on a Ptolemaic Egyptian Coin
A very interesting coin from the times when the Roman Republic was not bigger than today's Italy and this coin came to Rome by sea merchants to be overstruck.
Roman Republican Triens overstruck on a Hemilitron of Hieron II. of Syracuse / Sicily
A very interesting coin from the times when the Roman Republic expanded and the romans took Sicily.
Roman Republican Quadrans overstruck on a coin of Hieron II. of Syracuse / Sicily
A very interesting coin from the times when the Roman Republic expanded and the romans took Sicily.
Turtles in Carnuntum ?
A presentation of an unusual coin found Carnuntum.
Circulation of Roman Republican Denarii NEW
3 examples of long-time circulation.
Legionary denarii
Where did the silver for the Legionary denarii of Marcus Antonius come from ? Was it Cleopara's silver ? This interesting thesis was discussed on Moneta-L.
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