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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. Trajan Decius (A.D. 249-251) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Silver Antoninianus minted at Rome. Trajan Decius, raising right hand and holding short scepter, on horse pacing left. JPG file (80 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Decius, 249-251., Domitian, Emperor of Rome, 51-96--Numismatics., Mints--Italy--Rome., Antoninianus (Coin), and Silver coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  3. Carausius (A.D. 287-293) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Æ Antoninianus minted at London. Pax standing left, holding olive branch and vertical scepter; S-P in field. JPG file (126 KB)
    Subject: Mints--England--London., Copper coins., Rome--History--Diocletian, 284-305., and Antoninianus (Coin)
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  4. Carausius (A.D. 287-293) {a coin} : Obverse view.

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    Description: Æ Antoninianus minted at London. Radiate, cuirassed and draped bust right of Carausius. JPG file (125 KB)
    Subject: Carausius, d. 293--Numismatics. , Mints--England--London., Copper coins., Rome--History--Diocletian, 284-305., and Antoninianus (Coin)
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  5. Constantius II (as Caesar, A.D. 324-337) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Æ3 minted at Trier, A.D. 324-325. Campgate surmounted by two turrets, star between turrets. JPG file (66 KB)
    Subject: Mints--Germany--Trier., Military camps--Rome., Rome--History--Constantius II, 337-361., and Copper coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  6. [Byzantine Empire]. Heraclius (A.D. 610-641) {a coin} : Obverse view.

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    Description: Gold solidus minted at Constantinople. Facing busts of Heraclius and son Heraclius Constantine, each wearing crown, with cross between. JPG file (118 KB)
    Subject: Coins, Byzantine., Byzantine Empire--History--Heraclius, 610-641., Mints--Turkey--Istanbul., Gold coins, Solidus., and Heraclius, Emperor of the East, ca. 575-641--Numismatics.
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  7. Septimius Severus (A.D. 193-211) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Silver denarius minted at Rome, A.D. 197-198. Salus seated left, feeding snake coiled around altar. JPG file (62 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Severans, 193-235., Salus (Roman deity), Mints--Italy--Rome., Denarius (Coin), and Silver coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.
  8. Antoninus Pius (A.D. 138-161) {a coin} : Reverse view.

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    Description: Æ dupondius minted at Rome, A.D. 140-144. Genius of the Roman Senate standing left, holding branch and scepter. JPG file (188 KB)
    Subject: Rome--History--Antoninus Pius, 138-161., Rome. Senate. , Mints--Italy--Rome, and Copper coins
    Publisher: Claremont School of Theology. Library.