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Coin of Alexander the Great | ClipArt ETC

This Greek ClipArt gallery offers 87 illustrations of historic coins of Greece.

Ancient Greek Silver Tetradrachm Coin of Alexander the Great, 323 BC | From a unique collection of antique and modern antiquities at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/antiquities/

Ancient Greek Silver Tetradrachm Coin of Alexander the Great, 323 BC

Ancient Greek Silver Tetradrachm Coin of Alexander the Great, 323 BC | From a unique collection of antique and modern antiquities at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/antiquities/

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Alexander the Great Shield by Marto. Luxury Greek battle shield of the Alexander. Authentic Alexander 2004 movie reproduction. Antique bronze relief finish. Unique collectible item or a gift. Greek round shield.

Alexander the Great Shield - Alexander the Great Shield by Marto. Luxury Greek battle shield of the Alexander. Unique collectible item or a gift.

Yooniq images - Alexander The Great (356-323BC) on 1000 Drachmai 1956 Banknote from Greece. King of Macedon

Yooniq images - Alexander The Great on 1000 Drachmai 1956 Banknote from Greece.

ALEXANDER III the GREAT > Mylasa Caria < Hercules Zeus Silver Greek Coin i55974

ALEXANDER III the GREAT > Mylasa Caria

ALEXANDER III the GREAT > Mylasa Caria < Hercules Zeus Silver Greek Coin i55974

Alesandro Magno (Alexander the Great 356-323 BC), King of Macedon. Alexander…

Alesandro Magno (Alexander the Great BC), King of Macedon.

Alexander the Great

Photography art composition "Alexander the Great". Main element of the statue of Alexander the Great.

Gold stater. Gold coins of this type were minted for over forty years at the two principal royal mints in Macedon, Pella and Amphipolis. The trident and details of the horses' legs on this coin indicate that it was minted at Amphipolis in the years immediately after the death of Alexander the Great.     Early Hellenistic  Date:     ca. 323/2–315 B.C.

Gold stater~ ca. Period: Early Hellenistic Culture: Greek Medium: Gold Gold coins of this type were minted for over forty years at the two principal royal mints in Macedon, Pella and.

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