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The Chi Rho symbol is frequently found on the reverse of coins issued after Constantine's victory, as a control mark, and on labarum (Chi Rho Christogram standardards) held by the emperor in various poses

The Chi Rho symbol is frequently found on the reverse of coins issued after Constantine's victory, as a control mark, and on labarum (Chi Rho Christogram standardards) held by the emperor in various poses

Etruscan coin from Populonia. Italy, Etruria. After 211 BC. AR 20 Asses (8.30 g). Facing Metus wearing diadem; X:X (mark of value) below. From the David Herman Collection.

Etruscan coin from Populonia. Italy, Etruria. After 211 BC. AR 20 Asses (8.30 g). Facing Metus wearing diadem; X:X (mark of value) below. From the David Herman Collection.

Obverse: Bust of Narses, beard, mustache, plaited hair divided, crown with three foliated branches and streamers surmounted by a globe adorned with six dots. Inscription. Near Eastern, Iranian, Persian, Sasanian, reign of Narses, A.D. 293–303

Obverse: Bust of Narses, beard, mustache, plaited hair divided, crown with three foliated branches and streamers surmounted by a globe adorned with six dots. Inscription. Near Eastern, Iranian, Persian, Sasanian, reign of Narses, A.D. 293–303

DISCOUNTED PRICE! Mens Combat Helmet with Etched Patterns; Viking Leather Helmet; Viking Armor

DISCOUNTED PRICE! Mens Combat Helmet with Etched Patterns; Viking Leather Helmet; Viking Armor

THRACIAN ISLANDS. Thasos. Ca. 500-480 BC. AR stater (19mm, 9.36 gm). Satyr advancing right, carrying off protesting nymph / Quadripartite incuse square. Le Rider, Thasiennes,

THRACIAN ISLANDS. Thasos. Ca. 500-480 BC. AR stater (19mm, 9.36 gm). Satyr advancing right, carrying off protesting nymph / Quadripartite incuse square. Le Rider, Thasiennes,

Macedonian Kingdom, Alexander III The Great, 336 - 323 B.C.

Macedonian Kingdom, Alexander III The Great, 336 - 323 B.C.

Mark Antony Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC  The Legionary denarii were struck by Marc Antony for use by his legions. It is speculated that they were struck with Cleopatra's silver to fund Antony's fleet against Octavian's fleet. The Battle of Actium between Antony's and Octavian's fleet (lead by Marcus Agrippa) took place on September 2, 32 BC.   The Decisive battle was the Final War of the Roman Republic. Octavian later became Augustus the first Emperor of Rome. This coin depicts Antony's…

Mark Antony Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC The Legionary denarii were struck by Marc Antony for use by his legions. It is speculated that they were struck with Cleopatra's silver to fund Antony's fleet against Octavian's fleet. The Battle of Actium between Antony's and Octavian's fleet (lead by Marcus Agrippa) took place on September 2, 32 BC. The Decisive battle was the Final War of the Roman Republic. Octavian later became Augustus the first Emperor of Rome. This coin depicts Antony's…

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