This silver bullion coin is not at home in Ancient Coins, but maybe folks here will grant me a bit of leeway. The following coin has features that tie the coin to the wars between Rome and Carthage. 1969 Tunisia 1 Dinar, Silver (0.925/0.5948ASW), KM294 0.6525683 Obv – head, left; Lettering: Habib Bourguiba President De La Rep.Tunisienne, 1969 Rev –head of Iugurtha (Jugurtha) king of Numidia, map of Numidia (not sure when, but could be 150 BC) and steelyard scale. The scale has a wolf and twins, representing Rome, in the large pan. The scale weight is a coin of Carthage (or maybe Numidia) with a horse and palm tree. Lettering: 1 DENAR, IUGURTHA, NUMIDIA Minted in 1969 by the FRANKLIN MINT, Philadelphia USA with authorization from the Government of TUNISIA. The coin is: 40 mm Dia. & 20.00 grams of 0.925 SILVER = 0.65 oz. Note that the coin has a Steelyard Scale! I have several ancient coins and a few recent ones that show a scale. All of those are two pan balances. The Tunisian scale looks a lot like the two scales in my collection, see below. I have several old scale weights. Some of the weights are Roman.