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The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the Demareteion because it was thought to have been struck from the proceeds of a gift of one hundred talents of gold made by the defeated Carthaginians to Demarete, the wife of the tyrant Gelon of Syracuse. However, this theory was later overturned. The dies of the decadrachms and the related tetradrachms, are by the…

The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the Demareteion because it was thought to have been struck from the proceeds of a gift of one hundred talents of gold made by the defeated Carthaginians to Demarete, the wife of the tyrant Gelon of Syracuse. However, this theory was later overturned. The dies of the decadrachms and the related tetradrachms, are by the…

Sicily, Syracuse, Dekadrachm, 405-380 BC

Sicily, Syracuse, Dekadrachm, 405-380 BC

Silver coin depicting Antiochus IV Epiphanes as Zeus. 2nd cent. BC

Silver coin depicting Antiochus IV Epiphanes as Zeus. 2nd cent. BC

Medallion. Country, issuer: Ancient Rome. Date: 283/284. Place of manufacture: Rome. Material: gold.

Medallion. Country, issuer: Ancient Rome. Date: 283/284. Place of manufacture: Rome. Material: gold.

Silver Nomos from Terina, Bruttium, C. 400-356 BCThis ornate coin shows Terina the water nymph with TEPINAIΩN inscribed to the right. The reverse shows Nike seated  on a plinth, holding out her hand upon which sits a small bird.The ancient city of Terina  (map) was located in Bruttium, Magna Graecia (Italy).[[MORE]]In the fifth century BC the Greek cities Croton and Locri, both located on the Ionian Sea, vied for the control of ports on the Tyrrhenian Sea. These ports were important for…

Silver Nomos from Terina, Bruttium, C. 400-356 BCThis ornate coin shows Terina the water nymph with TEPINAIΩN inscribed to the right. The reverse shows Nike seated on a plinth, holding out her hand upon which sits a small bird.The ancient city of Terina (map) was located in Bruttium, Magna Graecia (Italy).[[MORE]]In the fifth century BC the Greek cities Croton and Locri, both located on the Ionian Sea, vied for the control of ports on the Tyrrhenian Sea. These ports were important for…

Silver tetradrachm of Syracuse, Sicily, 440 BCE. Diademed head of Arethusa, four dolphins. ΣYRΑΚΟΣΙΟΝ

Silver tetradrachm of Syracuse, Sicily, 440 BCE. Diademed head of Arethusa, four dolphins. ΣYRΑΚΟΣΙΟΝ

Silver Tetradrachm head beardless Dionysos-obverse:nude w/ Thrysus & holding bunch of grapes-minted ca.189/88 BC Maroneia,Thrace

Silver Tetradrachm head beardless Dionysos-obverse:nude w/ Thrysus & holding bunch of grapes-minted ca.189/88 BC Maroneia,Thrace

Tetradracma - argento - Leontinoi (Lentini) Sicilia (466-422 a.C.) - Apollo di profilo vs.dx. con corona di alloro su corti riccioli - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tetradracma - argento - Leontinoi (Lentini) Sicilia (466-422 a.C.) - Apollo di profilo vs.dx. con corona di alloro su corti riccioli - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Philip II of Macedon - silver tetradrachm coin.

Philip II of Macedon - silver tetradrachm coin.

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