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  1. Coins from ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine periods.

    Creator: Claremont School of Theology Library, comp.
    Description: Digital images of ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins (manufactured between 550 BC to 1300 AD). Some of the coins have connections with biblical stories. Most of the collection is devoted to a series of Roman imperial coinage, with coins representing each of the first twelve Ceasars, as well as several subsequent emperors. A few Byzantine coins are included, minted in Constantinople. The original coins are part of the Curtis Paxman Collection, Claremont School of Theology Library.
    Subject: Coins, Roman. Coins, Greek. Coins--Phoenician. Coins--Byzantine. Rome--Numismatics. Shekel (Coin). Denarius (Coin). Gold coins. Silver coins. Copper coins. Mints--Rome.
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  2. Severus Alexander (A.D. 222-238) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Silver denarius minted at Rome, A.D. 224. Emperor in military dress standing left, holding globe and spear. JPG file (66 KB)
    Subject: Severus Alexander, Emperor of Rome, 208-235--Numismatics., Mints--Italy--Rome., Rome--History--Severus Alexander, 222-235., Silver coins, and Denarius (Coin)
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  3. Licinius I (A.D. 308-324) {a coin} : Obverse view.

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    Description: Æ 3 minted at Cyzi cus, A.D. 317-320. Laureate and mantled bust left of Licinius I, holding mappa and globe. JPG file (64 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Constantine I, the Great, 306-337., Copper coins, and Mints--Cyzicus (Extinct city)
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  4. Maximinus I (A.D. 235-238) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Silver denarius minted at Rome, March A.D. 235-January A.D. 236. Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm. JPG file (73 KB)
    Subject: Mints--Italy--Rome., Silver coins, Victoria (Roman deity), Denarius (Coin), and Rome--History--Maximinus, 235-238.
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  5. Trebonianus Gallus (A.D. 251-253) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Æ sestertius minted at Rome. Libertas standing left, holding pileus and scepter. JPG file (129 KB)
    Subject: Mints--Italy--Rome, Rome--History--Period of military anarchy, 235-284., Copper coins, and Sestertius (Coin)
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  6. Gallienus (A.D. 253-268) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Billon Antoninianus minted at Lugdunum, A.D. 258-259, during joint reign with Valerian I. Trophy between two captives. JPG file ( 67 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Gallienus, 260-268. , Antoninianus (Coin), and Mints--France--Lyon.
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  7. Gordian III (A.D. 238-244) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Æ sestertius minted at Rome, A.D. 240. Gordian standing to left, sacrificing over altar. JPG file (110 KB)
    Subject: Sestercius (Coin), Gordian III, Emperor of Rome, 225-244--Numismatics., Rome--History--Gordianus III, 238-244, Copper coins., and Mints--Italy--Rome.
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  8. Elagabalus (A.D. 218-222) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Silver denarius minted at Rome. Elagabalus sacrificing right over lighted altar, holding patera and club; in right field, star. JPG file (62 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Elagabalus, 218-222. , Mints--Italy--Rome., Denarius (Coin), Elagabalus, Emperor of Rome, 204-222--Numismatics., and Silver coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  9. Valens (A.D. 364-378) {a coin} : Obverse view.

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    Description: Æ 3 minted at Aquileia, A.D. 375-378. Diademed, cuirassed and draped bust right of Valens. JPG file (58 KB)
    Subject: Coins, Byzantine, Mints--Italy--Aquileia., Valens, Emperor of the East, ca. 328-378--Numismatics. , Byzantine Empire--History--Valens, 364-378., and Copper coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.