Kings of Egypt. Arsinöe II (died 270/268 BC). AR Dekadrachm. Alexandria. 33.93 gms. Struck under Pto

Kings o

4000 - 5000
Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy III Euergetes (246-222 BC). AV Mnaieion - Oktadrachm. Alexandria. 27.71 gms.

Kings o

10000 - 12000
Carthage. Electrum Stater, ca. 290-270 BC. Carthage mint. 7.48 gm. Grain-wreathed head of Tanit left

Carthag

4500 - 5000
Roman Imperatorial. Julius Caesar. AR Denarius, January-February 44 BC. Lifetime issue. P. Sepullius

Roman I

4000 - 6000
Roman Imperial. Vespasian (69-79). AE Sesterius. Rome. Struck in 71. 24.73 gms. Judaea Capta. IMP CA

Roman I

800 - 1000
Roman Imperial. Trajan (98-117). AV Aureus, struck 117. Rome. 7.17 gms. IMP CAES NER TRAIAN OPTIM AV

Roman I

6000 - 8000
Roman Imperial. Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar (139-161). AV Aureus, struck 155/6. Rome. AVRELIVS CA-ESA

Roman I

7000 - 9000
Byzantine Empire. Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine (610-641). AV Solidus, struck 616-625. Consta

Byzanti

300 - 400
Byzantine Empire. Constantine IX Monomachus (1042-1055). AV Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople. 4.36

Byzanti

400 - 500
Spain and North Africa. Almohades. Abu Hafs `Umar ((AH 646-665/1248-1266 AD). Gold Dinar, NM. 4.57 g

Spain a

500 - 600
阿富汗达拉尼艾哈迈德金币 近未流通

阿富汗达拉尼艾

40000 - 50000
Austria, Maria Theresa (1740-80), Ducat, 1746, Vienna, draped bust right, rev. crowned double-headed

Austria

2000 - 2500
Austria, Francis I (1745-65), 5-Ducats, 17.31g, 1745, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, wea

Austria

6000 - 8000
Austria, Joseph II, ruling jointly with his mother (1765-80), Marriage to Maria Josepha Antonia of B

Austria

2000 - 3000
Austria, Joseph II, ruling jointly with his mother (1765-1780), Ordens Taler, 1768 over 7, Vienna, i

Austria

4500 - 5500
Seleukid Kings of Syria. Antiochos III, the Great (222-187 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck ca. 204-197 B

Seleuki

400 - 500
Seleukid Kings of Syria. Seleukos I Nikator (312-281 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck ca. 311-300 BC. Bab

Seleuki

500 - 600
Cilicia. Tarsos. Mazaios, Satrap (361/0-334 BC). AR Stater. 10.91 gms. Baaltars seated left, head fa

Cilicia

700 - 800
Mysia. Lampsakos. Electrum Stater. ca. 500-450 BC. 15.33 gms. Forepart of winged horse with rounded

Mysia.

3700 - 4200
Kings of Pontos. Mithradates VI Eupator (ca 120-63 BC). AR Tetradrachm. Pergamon, month 6. 16.89 gms

Kings o

1700 - 2100
Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos (305-281 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck 286/5-282/1 BC. Pella. 17.17 gm. Di

Kings o

600 - 700
Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos (305-281 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck 297/6-282/1 BC. Magnesia. 17.08 gm.

Kings o

600 - 700
Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos (305-281 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck ca. 297/6-282/1 BC. Lampsakos. 17.0

Kings o

700 - 800
Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos (305-281 BC). AV Stater. Pella. 8.51 gms. Diademed head of the deified A

Kings o

2300 - 2600
Kings of Macedon. Antigonos II Gonatas (277/6-239 BC). AV Stater, struck 276-275 BC. Pella (?) 8.56

Kings o

20000 - 25000
Macedon. Chalkidian League. AR Tetradrachm. Olynthos. 14.08 gms. Lauretate head of Apollo left, rev.

Macedon

3000 - 3500
Sicily. Syracuse. Dionysos I (405-367 BC). AR Tetradrachm. Unsigned dies in the style of Eukleidas;

Sicily.

2500 - 3000
Sicily. Syracuse. Second Democracy (466-405 BC). AR Tetradrachm, struck ca. 460-450 BC. 17.0 gms. Ch

Sicily.

600 - 700
Sicily. Syracuse. Hieron I (478-466 BC). AR Tetradrachm, ca. 475-470 BC. 17.08 gms. Charioteer, hold

Sicily.

2400 - 2800
Bruttium. Terina. AR Stater, ca. 420-400 BC. 7.71 gms. Head of the nymph Terina left, wearing ampyx

Bruttiu

500 - 600

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拍品描述 Kings of Egypt. Arsinöe II (died 270/268 BC). AV Mnaieion - Oktadrachm. Alexandria. 27.73 gms. Struck under Ptolemy VI-VII, ca. 180-116 BC. Head of the deified Arsinöe II right, veiled and wearing stephane; lotus-tipped sceptyer behind her head, large k in left field, rev. APΣINoHΣ ϕIΛAΔEΛϕoY, Filleted double cornucopiae, grape bunch hanging from each side. Svoronos 1242, 1394; Olivier Group 7, CNG Copenhagen 321-2, Boston MFA 2293, 2298. Daughter of Ptolemy I Soter, Arsinöe was wed at age 15 to Lysimachos of Thrace. After his death in 281 BC, she fled to Cassandreia, marrying her paternal half-brother Ptolemy Keraunos for political reasons - they both claimed the crowns of Macedon and Thrace. Their bitter marriage shattered as the power of Ptolemy Keraunos grew. Arsinöe conspired against him and was forced to seek refuge in the Temple Complex, then to Alexandria and the protection of her brother Ptolemy II. Svoronos. There, she is believed to have orchestrated the exile of Ptolemys first wife, Arsinöe I and their divorce. With the field clear, Arsinöe II married her brother becoming co-regent. The scandalized Greeks bequeathed the two the epithet Philadelphoi (sibling loving). Arsinöe II exerted a powerful influence on her younger brother-husband, while her political role in the Kingdom was unprecedented in the Dynasty. Towns were dedicated to her, she appeared always with Ptolemy II in ritual and public displays, she contributed to foreign policy, and her image appeared on coins. Posidippus of Pella even cites Arsinöe II as winning three chariot races at the Olympic Games, ca 272 BC. After her death, her devoted husband deified her and began a cult in her honor. Ptolemy II planned an elaborate temple for her, but his own death cut the plans short. The series of posthumous gold and silver coins, though, that Ptolemy II initiated (and later rulers continued), bearing only her image and struck in her name, would serve as a lasting memorial. NGC MS. Hairlines in obverse field and small ancient graffito. Mint State.