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  1. 7Calbrey liked Orange Julius's post in the thread Help needed with this Volusianus from Antiochia.

    Let us know where you settle on an attribution. I have a group of these that have been sitting in my “to do” tray for years. I’ve put...

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  2. 7Calbrey liked ambr0zie's post in the thread Help needed with this Volusianus from Antiochia.

    As @Marsyas Mike mentioned, in that period the Antioch legends were strange, to say the least. Here is my example [ATTACH]

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  3. 7Calbrey liked Ancient Aussie's post in the thread Jupiter's Temple?.

    Another great architecture coin.......where do you get these from? If you tell me I promise not to buy them from under your nose ;). It...

    Jan 22, 2022 at 1:24 PM
  4. 7Calbrey replied to the thread Jupiter's Temple?.

    Thanks again@ Ancient Aussie. Actually I didn't buy this coin yet. They're asking as much as it sold on CNG. That would be toooooooo.....

    Jan 22, 2022 at 1:21 PM
  5. 7Calbrey replied to the thread Jupiter's Temple?.

    Thanks. Could it be the temple of Bacchus? Roman god of wine.

    Jan 22, 2022 at 12:36 PM
  6. 7Calbrey liked Marsyas Mike's post in the thread Help needed with this Volusianus from Antiochia.

    Interesting coin; although I am no authority, I recently got a similar one, and found that there are some really bizarre obverse legends...

    Pisidia Antioch - Valerian standards lot Nov 2021 (0a).jpg Jan 22, 2022 at 12:33 PM
  7. 7Calbrey replied to the thread Help needed with this Volusianus from Antiochia.

    The legend on obverse is in Greek. How can it read Volusianus. VOLOYCCIANOC ?

    Jan 22, 2022 at 12:30 PM
  8. 7Calbrey liked Mat's post in the thread Jupiter's Temple?.

    [img] Petillius Capitolinus (43 B.C.) AR Denarius O: CAPITOLINVS, Bare head of bearded Jupiter right. R: PETILLIVS, The Capitoline...

    Jan 22, 2022 at 12:25 PM
  9. 7Calbrey posted a new thread.

    Jupiter's Temple?

    Erected under Septimius Severus, the decastyle temple of Jupiter stands in the old city of Heliopolis-Syria (Currently...

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    Forum: Ancient Coins

    Jan 22, 2022 at 12:17 PM
  10. 7Calbrey replied to the thread I'm starting to "get my feet wet" with the emperors after Constantine the Great.

    Late Roman siliquas are hard to find. Congrats.. Keep collecting that way.

    Jan 22, 2022 at 11:02 AM
  11. 7Calbrey liked ominus1's post in the thread ...Not Really Ancient, but....

    ..thank you @singig for your like has put me at 18,000 ...come get your free coin prize :)[ATTACH]

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  12. 7Calbrey liked Marsyas Mike's post in the thread ...Not Really Ancient, but....

    Those are some nice French coins in this thread. Ecus are very handsome coins - from my countermark-collecting (non-ancient) days,...

    CM - Switz on French Ecus 1733 & 1798 (0).jpg CM - Topirus Thrace Caracalla Nov 2021 (0).jpg CM Byz - Sicily Heraclius on Justinian Nov 2021 (0).jpg Jan 21, 2022
  13. 7Calbrey liked Alegandron's post in the thread ...Not Really Ancient, but....

    Well now. That is cool. The Reverse looks like it was copied on to Gold Angel 20 Francs, which both look like a copy of an original...

    Jan 21, 2022
  14. 7Calbrey liked DonnaML's post in the thread ...Not Really Ancient, but....

    A great coin! All I have of this sort is this one of Louis XVI: France, AR Ecu de 6 livres françois, Paris 1792 (L'An 4), Mintmark A....

    Jan 21, 2022
  15. 7Calbrey liked ominus1's post in the thread ...Not Really Ancient, but....

    ...well, one thing can be said...they'll never be broke! :D

    Jan 21, 2022