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[American Expedition, (Cyrene, Libya). Rock cut tomb in necropolis. V-VI centuries]
[American Expedition, (Cyrene, Libya). Rock cut tomb in necropolis. V-VI centuries]
[American Expedition (Cyrene, Libya). Unidentified building excavated and photographed by the American expedition at Cyrene, 1910-11]
[American Expedition (Cyrene, Libya). Unidentified building excavated and photographed by the American expedition at Cyrene, 1910-11]
[Archaeological Museum, (Olympia, Greece). Greek inscription: honorary decree of Damocrates of Tenedus on bronze tablet from Olympia. III century B.C.]
[Archaeological Museum, (Olympia, Greece). Greek inscription: honorary decree of Damocrates of Tenedus on bronze tablet from Olympia. III century B.C.]
[Architecture, (Cyrene, Libya). Tombs: rock cut tomb in the northern necropolis, on the road to Apollonia in the northern necropolis and tomb on the northern necropolis. IV-VI centuries]
[Architecture, (Cyrene, Libya). Tombs: rock cut tomb in the northern necropolis, on the road to Apollonia in the northern necropolis and tomb on the northern necropolis. IV-VI centuries]
Athens, greek traditional costumes (Greece)
Athens, greek traditional costumes (Greece)
[British Museum, (London, England). Phoenician, Mycenaean, Greek, Etruscan metalwork: necklaces, bracelets, fibula and other jewelry, from Cyprus, Rhodes, Vulci]
[British Museum, (London, England). Phoenician, Mycenaean, Greek, Etruscan metalwork: necklaces, bracelets, fibula and other jewelry, from Cyprus, Rhodes, Vulci]
[Coin, Greek. Bronze coin from Paestum]
[Coin, Greek. Bronze coin from Paestum]
[Coin, Greek. Drawing from the reverse type on staters of the city arms of Lampsacus]
[Coin, Greek. Drawing from the reverse type on staters of the city arms of Lampsacus]
[Coin, Greek. Silver didrachms from Terina]
[Coin, Greek. Silver didrachms from Terina]
[Coins, Greek. Bronze and silver coins from Ilium and Hamaxitus, Asia Minor. 400-after 189 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. Bronze and silver coins from Ilium and Hamaxitus, Asia Minor. 400-after 189 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. Bronze and silver coins from Ilium and Lamponia, Asia Minor]
[Coins, Greek. Bronze and silver coins from Ilium and Lamponia, Asia Minor]
[Coins, Greek. Coins representing: birds, insects, octopus, plants lions]
[Coins, Greek. Coins representing: birds, insects, octopus, plants lions]
[Coins, Greek. Didrachms, obol, triobol, octobol, litras, biunx, uncias from Italy. 480-217 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. Didrachms, obol, triobol, octobol, litras, biunx, uncias from Italy. 480-217 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. Electrum coins from Cyzicus]
[Coins, Greek. Electrum coins from Cyzicus]
[Coins, Greek. Electrum staters and hectes from Cyzicus]
[Coins, Greek. Electrum staters and hectes from Cyzicus]
[Coins, Greek. From Asia Minor: Lycia, Pamphylia, Nagidus, Mallus. 479-431 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. From Asia Minor: Lycia, Pamphylia, Nagidus, Mallus. 479-431 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. From various Cretan ancient sites]
[Coins, Greek. From various Cretan ancient sites]
[Coins, Greek. From various sites of Asia Minor. 479-431 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. From various sites of Asia Minor. 479-431 B.C.]
[Coins, Greek. Gold staters from Lampsacus]
[Coins, Greek. Gold staters from Lampsacus]
[Coins, Greek. Imperial bronze coins from Athens representing copies of the Athene Promachos of Pheidias, the Acropolis rock, the running Athena, the theatre of Dionysus]
[Coins, Greek. Imperial bronze coins from Athens representing copies of the Athene Promachos of Pheidias, the Acropolis rock, the running Athena, the theatre of Dionysus]
[Coins, Greek. Miscellaneous coins from Epidaurus, Zacynthus, Pale, Argus, Elis]
[Coins, Greek. Miscellaneous coins from Epidaurus, Zacynthus, Pale, Argus, Elis]
[Coins, Greek. Miscellaneous: silver tetradrachms from Sermylé and from Acanthus in Macedonia]
[Coins, Greek. Miscellaneous: silver tetradrachms from Sermylé and from Acanthus in Macedonia]
[Coins, Greek. Several types representing triton from Alexandria, Laus, Catana, Naples, alontion, Acarnaia, Cyzicus, Paphus, Lycia, Stymphalus, Cumae, Itanus, Corinth, Aradus, Nicomedia, Himera]
[Coins, Greek. Several types representing triton from Alexandria, Laus, Catana, Naples, alontion, Acarnaia, Cyzicus, Paphus, Lycia, Stymphalus, Cumae, Itanus, Corinth, Aradus, Nicomedia, Himera]
[Coins, Greek. Silver coin and bronze coin representing the statue of Aesculapius by Thrasymedes, from Epidaurus]
[Coins, Greek. Silver coin and bronze coin representing the statue of Aesculapius by Thrasymedes, from Epidaurus]

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