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  1. eparch replied to the thread Kings of Paeonia.

    @Edessa - well spotted

    Aug 9, 2020 at 1:57 PM
  2. eparch liked Ocatarinetabellatchitchix's post in the thread SATURNINUS the Usurper.

    [ATTACH] Saturninus; a name that makes all collectors of Roman Coins salivate. This usurper has been known for centuries by the stories...

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  3. eparch liked ancient coin hunter's post in the thread Constantius II Phoenix on globe.

    Just picked this one up. Didn't have an example of this type...also, my first new coin in about a month... Constantius II (337-361AD)...

    Aug 9, 2020 at 7:24 AM
  4. eparch liked Roman Collector's post in the thread Constantius II Phoenix on globe.

    That's a nice one, @ancient coin hunter ! On the globe, you can see the crossed bands that represent the intersection of the zodiac...

    Aug 9, 2020 at 7:23 AM
  5. eparch liked AncientJoe's post in the thread WALWET hemihekte and hekte.

    The lion head coinage is among the earliest which can be definitively attributed to the Lydian kingdom. Most of these coins are...

    Aug 9, 2020 at 6:28 AM
  6. eparch liked jamesicus's post in the thread Falling off the wagon.

    Last year I announced here, with great fanfare, that I was downsizing my ancient coin collection to just twenty coins that I especially...

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  7. eparch attached a file to the thread A hybrid Roman Republican denarius -- could it possibly be real?.

    @DonnaML, thank you for an interesting article. Mine is Cr. 378/1a, ( and cost £155 (say $180) three years ago -have prices of...

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  8. eparch liked Sulla80's post in the thread Bracing for an Alexandrian Bidding War.

    [ATTACH] The Humiliation of Valerian by Shapur I, French 15th Century Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program When I...

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  9. eparch attached a file to the thread Kings of Paeonia.

    Splendid lively coins - I like to angle my reverse to show the horse rearing up : [ATTACH]

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  10. eparch liked Steelers72's post in the thread Ancient symbolism , Julius Caesar denarii.

    It is interesting how symbols and imagery were used in ancient coinage. The caduceus being the staff of Mercury, said to symbolize...

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  11. eparch liked Pavlos's post in the thread The last king of Galatia.

    Historically the name of Galatia was derived from the Gauls who invaded central Asia Minor in the third century BC, and established an...

    Aug 5, 2020 at 2:20 AM
  12. eparch attached a file to the thread A Brutus a day, keeps the tyrant away.

    Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus AR Denarius. [ATTACH] Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus AR Denarius. Rome, 54 BC. Bust of...

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  13. eparch liked Terence Cheesman's post in the thread Pisidian Antioch.

    Septimius Severus Ae 30 Antioch in Pisidia Krzyzanowska XXXI/41 Rv. Victory flying right 205-211 A.D. 22.62 grms. 30mm[ATTACH] Years ago...

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  14. eparch liked Romancollector's post in the thread Theodosius I.

    Theodosius I and his grandson, Theodosius II [ATTACH] [ATTACH]

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