I agree with Doug. The portrait style is unlike any others I see in archives. The portrait on this coin is more like a 2-D line drawing rather than...
It's hard to do that because things are ever-changing and the information to be covered is so vast. There are several threads on CoinTalk which have...
I don't know whether it was intentional but it is great inspiration for a short historical fiction story!
@the professor, based on your limited description @7Calbrey is correct. You should probably start a new thread about the coin (with pictures) if you...
Here's an H city which is not yet checked on the spreadsheet: Herakleia Trachinia
THESSALY, The Oitaioi
AR Hemidrachm (15mm, 2.30...
EL hekte, 11 mm, 2.5 gm
Obv: head of young male left, wearing Silenos mask on top of head; to right,...
AR obol, 10 mm, 0.69 gm
Obv: forepart of Kerynitian hind right
Rev: fish right, O above, archaic psi...
PHLIASIA (PELOPONNESOS), Phlius
AR obol, 11 mm, 0.84 gm
Obv: forepart of butting bull left
Rev: large Φ surrounded by four...
I might give them try but audio books and things drive me nuts because I can read so much faster than anyone can talk, so I don't like the extra time...
Anything Asian/Islamic/medieval is out of my league :(.
It doesn't look like anything I've seen before, but that doesn't mean much in this case.
Fantastic example of the type, @Svarog! I don't recall seeing one so well struck before.
Here's another M you can check off the list, @Pavlos : Megalopolis.
ARKADIA, Arkadian League
340-330 BC, Megalopolis mint
AR Obol, 11 mm,...
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