But let's be honest, you clicked on this thread for the potatoes right? Why potatoes? Well after the show we went to a farm near the MD/PA border that grows food to donate to food banks all around West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. Our cub scout pack spent 3 hours in the field picking potatoes. We ended up picking about 40,000lbs of potatoes that will be distributed to food banks starting tomorrow. It was hot and dirty but it was fun and was for a good cause. Now for the pictures... Carthage, Zeugitana Circa 300-264 BC AE 20mm Obverse: Head of Tanit left, wearing wreath of grain ears Reverse: Horse's head right; dot before. (This is listed as a Sardinian mint but I'm not really sure how to tell) Herod Archelaus, son of Herod the Great 4 BC-6 AD AE Prutah Obverse: Bunch of grapes. Reverse: War helmet. Judaea, Agrippa I (or Agrippa II) AE Prutah Dated Year 6 = 41/42 AD. Obverse: AGRIPA BACILEWC, umbrella-like canopy with fringes Reverse: three ears of barley between two leaves, date L S at sides Judaea, First Revolt AE 19mm Prutah. Year 2 = 67-8 AD. Obverse: Hebrew legend "Shenath Shethaim" (Year Two) around amphora with wide rim and two handles Reverse: Hebrew legend "Cheruth Zion" (Freedom of Zion) around vine leaf with small branch and tendril. Judaea Porcius Festus, Procurator Under Nero 59-62 AD, AE Prutah Obverse: NEP/WNO/C, legend in a wreath tied at bottom with an X Reverse: Palm-branch surrounded by KAICAPO & date Diocletian AE Antoninianus. Ticinum mint 285 AD Obverse: IMP CC VAL DIOCLETIANVS PF AVG., radiate, cuirassed bust right Reverse: IOVI CONSERVAT, Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. Mintmark: SXXIT Unknown, Possibly Asia Minor? Obverse: Head right Reverse: Standing Figure Any help would be awesome! Unknown, Possibly Asia Minor? Obverse: Lyre Reverse: Tripod Any help would be awesome!