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Gold coin of the Eastern Roman Emperor Zeno (c. 425 – 9 April 491). Born in Isauria region (Turkey) with the name Traskalisseus Rousoumbladeotes, transliterated in Latin as Tarasis or Tarasicodissa, he became son-in-law of Emperor Leo I, co-emperor and then sole emperor. However neither the new name Zeno nor his ability as commander in chief and politician avoided him the hostility of those who regarded him as a barbarian

Gold coin of the Eastern Roman Emperor Zeno (c. 425 – 9 April 491). Born in Isauria region (Turkey) with the name Traskalisseus Rousoumbladeotes, transliterated in Latin as Tarasis or Tarasicodissa, he became son-in-law of Emperor Leo I, co-emperor and then sole emperor. However neither the new name Zeno nor his ability as commander in chief and politician avoided him the hostility of those who regarded him as a barbarian

Domitian as emperor depicted on an ancient Roman coin.

Domitian as emperor depicted on an ancient Roman coin.

Ancient Greek Coin - bee

Ancient Greek Coin - bee

Claudius Gothicus, who seized power after the murder of Gallienus, was the 42nd Roman Emperor from 268 to 270. He had been the leader of the former emperor's cavalry. During his reign he defeated the Alamanni (Germanic tribe) and the Goths (the victory over the latter earned him his surname). He died from an epidemic while on campaign.

Claudius Gothicus, who seized power after the murder of Gallienus, was the 42nd Roman Emperor from 268 to 270. He had been the leader of the former emperor's cavalry. During his reign he defeated the Alamanni (Germanic tribe) and the Goths (the victory over the latter earned him his surname). He died from an epidemic while on campaign.

#1943 British Indian 2 annas coin \ Coins \ google.com

#1943 British Indian 2 annas coin \ Coins \ google.com

Greek Coins: Archaic _:Sicilia,Akragas,ca 500 BC

Greek Coins: Archaic _:Sicilia,Akragas,ca 500 BC

Roman; Imperial Aureus of Nero 65-66 CE

Roman; Imperial Aureus of Nero 65-66 CE

Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus

Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus

A copper coin portraying emperor Nero Valkenburg, Netherlands, circa 65 AD

A copper coin portraying emperor Nero Valkenburg, Netherlands, circa 65 AD