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Gold coins recovered from the wreck of the Mary Rose, which sank in 1545. A single coin was roughly a day's wages for the vice admiral, or more than a month's pay for an ordinary seaman.

More than artifacts were recovered from the wreck of the Mary Rose, including two dozen gold coins. A single gold coin worth 40 pence was roughly a day's wages for the vice admiral, or more than a month's pay for an ordinary seaman.

The Didcot Hoard - a cache of Roman coins discovered with a metal detector in the 1990's near Didcot, Oxfordshire

The Didcot Hoard - a cache of Roman coins discovered with a metal detector in the near Didcot, Oxfordshire

Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From The Catacombs Of Rome

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lionofchaeronea: “ Late Hellenistic silver tetradrachm of the island of Tenedos (off the northwestern coast of Anatolia). Obverse: a janiform head of Zeus and Hera; reverse: a double axe. Ca. 100-70 BCE. Photo credit: Exekias/Wikimedia Commons. ”

Islands off Troas, Tenedos. Tetradrachm (Silver, g Janiform head composed of a laureate and bearded head of Zeus to left and a diademed head of Hera to right.