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KINGS of BAKTRIA, GRECO-BAKTRIAN KINGS. DEMETRIOS I. Circa 200-185 BC. AE Triple Unit (30mm, 12.54 g, 12h). Head of elephant right, wearing bell around neck / Kerykeion; monogram to inner left. Bopearachchi Serie 5E; SNG ANS 209-211. EF, dark brown patina, slight double striking, very minor smoothing.

KINGS of BAKTRIA, GRECO-BAKTRIAN KINGS. DEMETRIOS I. Circa 200-185 BC. AE Triple Unit (30mm, 12.54 g, 12h). Head of elephant right, wearing bell around neck / Kerykeion; monogram to inner left. Bopearachchi Serie 5E; SNG ANS 209-211. EF, dark brown patina, slight double striking, very minor smoothing.

It is literally written: “Vav, expelled ‘Iod’ 'At’ the man, Vav caused 'Iod’ the tabernacle of the east of the garden of Eden, the cherubim and the flame of the sword to invert herself over to keep 'At’ the way of the tree of life.” “So Vav expelled...

It is literally written: “Vav, expelled ‘Iod’ 'At’ the man, Vav caused 'Iod’ the tabernacle of the east of the garden of Eden, the cherubim and the flame of the sword to invert herself over to keep 'At’ the way of the tree of life.” “So Vav expelled...

Ephesus - Domitian Square: The Mythology of Asklepios - The Snake Cult During the Roman Empire there was a large medical school in Ephesus. The medical tools can be seen ‘house findings hall’ in the museum of Ephesus. The symbol of the hospitals in antiquity was the snake on a staff. As in Biblical times looking to the snake on the staff of Moses brought healing, they used the same symbol.However they symbolized the god Asklepios.Asklepios was the god of health, medice and physicians. He was…

Ephesus - Domitian Square: The Mythology of Asklepios - The Snake Cult During the Roman Empire there was a large medical school in Ephesus. The medical tools can be seen ‘house findings hall’ in the museum of Ephesus. The symbol of the hospitals in antiquity was the snake on a staff. As in Biblical times looking to the snake on the staff of Moses brought healing, they used the same symbol.However they symbolized the god Asklepios.Asklepios was the god of health, medice and physicians. He was…

Roman Inscriptions | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inscriptions are valuable historical documents, shedding light on the political, social, and economic realities of the past and speaking directly to the modern reader across time.

Roman Inscriptions | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inscriptions are valuable historical documents, shedding light on the political, social, and economic realities of the past and speaking directly to the modern reader across time.

ARKADIA, Pheneos. Circa first or early 2nd quarter of the 4th century. Obol (Silver, 0.91 g 12). Head of youthful Hermes to left, with his petasos hanging behind from a cord around his neck. Rev. ΦΕΝΙ Upright kerykeion; to right, acorn and oak leaf.

ARKADIA, Pheneos. Circa first or early 2nd quarter of the 4th century. Obol (Silver, 0.91 g 12). Head of youthful Hermes to left, with his petasos hanging behind from a cord around his neck. Rev. ΦΕΝΙ Upright kerykeion; to right, acorn and oak leaf.

ACARNANIA. Leucas (405-345 BC). AR stater (8.51 gm).  Pegasus flying left / Head of Athena left

ACARNANIA. Leucas (405-345 BC). AR stater (8.51 gm). Pegasus flying left / Head of Athena left

Greek, minted in Ephesus, Asia Minor Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Alexander the Great, 306-281 B.C., Issued by King Lysimachus of Thrace

Greek, minted in Ephesus, Asia Minor Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying Alexander the Great, 306-281 B.C., Issued by King Lysimachus of Thrace

INDO-SCYTHIAN KINGDOM IN PAKISTAN, MAUES, 90-57 BC. AE27. Mitchiner 2196, Sear _. Elephant hd. wearing bell r./BASILEOY MAUEU, caduceus. VF. Scarce, not the usual similar Baktrian issue of Demetrios.

INDO-SCYTHIAN KINGDOM IN PAKISTAN, MAUES, 90-57 BC. AE27. Mitchiner 2196, Sear _. Elephant hd. wearing bell r./BASILEOY MAUEU, caduceus. VF. Scarce, not the usual similar Baktrian issue of Demetrios.

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