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Antoninianus (double denarius) from the Gallo-Roman Empire, A.D.
268-270 during the reign of M. Piawonius Victorinus who ruled the
breakaway empire of Gaul and briefly Spain and Great
denarius issued during the rule of Septimius Severus, A.D. 193-211,
who held important posts under Emperor Marcus Aurelius before
assuming supreme control of the Roman empire.
Square silver coin issued between 321 and 181 BC in ancient India
by the Mauryan Empire, which was created after the death of
Alexander the Great.
Antoninianus issued during the reign of Marcus Aurelius Probus
(A.D. 276-282), who rose to distinction in the armies of Roman
Emperors Valerian, Claudius and Aurelian.
Bronze coin, featuring a figure of the epic poet Homer (on the
reverse) issued in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC in Ionia, on the
west coast of modern-day Turkey.
Greek bronze piece issued between 300
and 200 B.C. in Arpi, a city settled by the Greeks in Southeast
Silver tetradrachn issued under King Gotarzes II (AD 40-51) in the
Parthian Empire, which was created in modern-day Iran after
becoming a great enemy of Rome.
Silver stater - famous for its depiction of two wrestlers - issued
between 400 and 300 BC in the Pamphylian city of Aspendus, now
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