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La moneda de Servilia que da época al hallazgo es la siguiente: Anv. cabeza galeada de Pallas mirando a derecha. Rev. P. SERVILL M F , Victoria con una palma en la mano, corriendo hacia la derecha en una biga; debajo de ella P (Cohen, lámina, Servilia 6)

La moneda de Servilia que da época al hallazgo es la siguiente: Anv. cabeza galeada de Pallas mirando a derecha. Rev. P. SERVILL M F , Victoria con una palma en la mano, corriendo hacia la derecha en una biga; debajo de ella P (Cohen, lámina, Servilia 6)

Tetradracma - argento - Gela, Sicilia ( 480-470 a.C.) Γ-E-Λ-AΣ - protome della divinità fluviale Gelas (Acheloo) come toro androcefalo, vs.dx. - Berlin

Tetradracma - argento - Gela, Sicilia ( 480-470 a.C.) Γ-E-Λ-AΣ - protome della divinità fluviale Gelas (Acheloo) come toro androcefalo, vs.dx. - Berlin

Greek coins, Thrace-Macedon from top to bottom: Tauric Chersonesos Pantikapaion AR Drachm; Lysimachos tetradrachm; Alexander III (The Great) tetradrachm; Phillip II tetradrachm

Greek coins, Thrace-Macedon from top to bottom: Tauric Chersonesos Pantikapaion AR Drachm; Alexander III (The Great) tetradrachm;

Esta moneda fue creada entre 560 - 546aC, y se uso en Sardes en el antiguo reino de Lidia. Esta hecha de plata.

Esta moneda fue creada entre 560 - 546aC, y se uso en Sardes en el antiguo reino de Lidia. Esta hecha de plata.

G656 An Exceptional Greek Silver Dodecadrachm of the Derrones (Thraco-Macedonian Tribes), Unusually Complete | by Ancient Art

An Exceptional Greek Silver Dodecadrachm of the Derrones (Thraco-Macedonian Tribes), Unusually Complete

Esta moneda está hecha de plata y se uso en antiguo reino de Lidia. Fue hecha entre el 560 - 546aC.

Esta moneda está hecha de plata y se uso en antiguo reino de Lidia. Fue hecha entre el 560 - 546aC.

Sexstans - bronzo - Roma (217-215 a.C.) - la lupa allatta i gemelli Romolo e Remo - Münzkabinett Berlin

Sexstans - bronzo - Roma (217-215 a.C.) - la lupa allatta i gemelli Romolo e Remo - Münzkabinett Berlin

acsearch.info - The ancient coin search engine

acsearch.info - The ancient coin search engine

4th C. BCE. The greek letters Ε ϕ (phi) with the Bee on this silver coin indicates the ancient greek city of Ephesus (Turkey) - the obverse would show its other emblem -the stag. The honey bee and the stag are symbols of the Goddess Artemis. Priestesses of Artemis in greek are "melissae" - which translates to "honey bee." Hence,  Ephesus was the City of Artemis. The temple of Artemis was originally built for the mother Goddess Cybele ca. 2000 BCE.

Many Ancient Coins had the emblem of the honey bee, a symbol of wealth and power due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply. (But why does that bee look more like a wasp?

Silver Tetradrachm of Ptolemy I, as Satrap - C.4178 Origin: Minted in Alexandria Circa: 314 BC to 310 BC  Collection: Numismatics Medium: Silver

Silver Tetradrachm of Ptolemy I, as Satrap - Origin: Minted in Alexandria Circa: 314 BC to 310 BC Collection: Numismatics Medium: Silver

Reverse of a Celtic coin (potin), Paris region, 1 c. BC

A rather bizarre scene of a dog savaging a humanoid creature, depicted on the reverse of a Celtic coin (potin), Paris region, 1 c.

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