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كنوز ودفائن البشريه
أخي الزائر انت في منتدى كنوز ودفائن البشريه
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نحن منتدى يختص في تحليل الاشارات ,تقيم العملات ,التماثيل ,صناعة الاسياخ وبيع وشراء العملات عبر المزاد الخاص في قسم العلاقات العامه وملتقى الاعضاء, اي مشكله في رساله التفعيل الاداره ستفعل الاشتراك في غضون يوم بادارة اخوكم الصديق الصدوق nice collection of ancient coins  1974892321
كنوز ودفائن البشريه
هل تريد التفاعل مع هذه المساهمة؟ كل ما عليك هو إنشاء حساب جديد ببضع خطوات أو تسجيل الدخول للمتابعة.

كنوز ودفائن البشريه

كنوز ودفائن البشريه منتدى يهتم بتقيم العملات وتسعيرها ,تحليل اشارات ورموز وصناعه اسياخ وتقيم الاحجار الكريمه
 
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الصديق الصدوق:لا نؤيدْ البتّه العبث بآثار بلادنا العربيه فإنها رمز أثر و تاريخ صلب .أما القطع النقديه التي تجدونها على وجه الارض او تحتها بدون هدم مباني او قلاع فنحن نساعدكم بها , وشكرا
ان انشاء هدا المنتدى يُعد قيمة اخلاقيه لفهم حضارات العالم من قبل ومن بعد, ومنه نساعد اصحاب الكنوز على فهم كنوزهم وتقيمها : الاداره
نرجوا من الاخوه عدم النسخ من منتديات اخرى . لدينا خبراء ولسنا بحاجه الى احد . والاداره تقوم بمسح بعض المواضيع التي لها مرجعيه اخرى وشكرا لكم

الاداره: اعلان هام بخصوص الاسياخ: المنتدى ولا الصديق الصدوق لا نبيع ولا نتاتجر بالاسياخ نحن هدفنا مساعده في التحليل والتعليم فقط وهناك بيان في هدا الخصوص وشكرا

 

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الصديق الصدوق
قيصر عام

قيصر عام
الصديق الصدوق

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عدد المساهمات : 5849
السٌّمعَة : 427
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Judaea. The Bar Kokhba War, 132-135 CE. Large Bronze (32. 5 mm.; 21.19 g), dated Year Two, struck 133/134 CE. This coin is essentially as struck, and so we consider the piece a Superb Extremely Fine at the least. Filleted olive wreath, Palaeo-Hebrew inscription in two lines within ("Shim'on"). Reverse: Twin-handled, fluted amphora; Palaeo-Hebrew inscription around ("Year two of the freedom of Israel"). Mildenberg 19 (11 examples cited); Hendin 705; Mesh. AJC II, p. 270, 39. Exceptionally even strike, with the elegant reverse design. Smooth, blackish dark green patina, with occasional lighter dusky coloring. An extraordinary coin in all aspects - strike, flan, metal, style, and preservation. Without a doubt, the finest of its type. Very rare. NGC graded Extremely Fine. 
Estimated Value $30,000 - 40,000.
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Kingdom of the Cimmerian Bosporos. Pharnakes II, 63-47 BC. Gold Stater (8.24 g), Panticapaeum mint, struck 53/52 BC. Diademed bust of Pharnakes right, with luxuriant hair. Reverse: Apollo, semi-draped, seated left on lion-footed throne, holding laurel branch over tripod, left elbow resting on kithara at his side; name and titles above and below, X monogram to right, EMS above (year 245, Pontic Era). Golenko & Karyszkowski, "The Gold Coinage of King Pharnaces of the Bosporus," in Numismatic Chronicle, 1972, no. 6 (same dies); Fr-156. Finely centered on a spacious, nearly round flan. Lustrous. Exemplary, sensitive portrait -- among the finest in this series. Very Rare. NGC graded About Uncirculated.

Pharnakes is, in general, little known to history, but for being the subject of an acerbic quip, made famous in Caesar's chronicles of the Civil Wars. Typical of the politics of the era, Pharnakes II, who was the son of Rome's implacable enemy, Mithradates VI, "the Great," forced his father to commit suicide in 64 BC to placate the Roman general Pompey, who had surrounded Pharnakes' citadel at Panticapaeum. In compensation Pompey granted Pharnakes the title King of the Bosporus and left him alone to his own devices. Meanwhile Rome went on to annex large swaths of the Middle East and Asia Minor.

With the death of the Armenian king Tigranes II, the Great, in 55/4 BC, Pharnakes felt safely ambitious enough to assume the deceased king's title of "Great King of Kings" - that seen on the above gold coin. Later, sensing opportunity at reclaiming some of the vast empire created by his father, Pharnakes quickly threw in his lot with Pompey when civil war broke out between Caesar and Pompey in 49 BC. His initial military successes in the area evaporated with Caesar marching north into Asia Minor in 48 BC, in order to restore the situation and avenge Roman losses. Pharnakes' army proved no match against Caesar's battle-hardened troops at the battle of Zela, in mid-47 BC, and were quickly routed. Thus Caesars' "Veni, Vedi, Vinci" -- one of the more famous literary quips to survive from antiquity.
Estimated Value $20,000 - 25,000

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Kingdom of Persis. Bagadates I, c. late 3rd or early 2nd century BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.62 g). Head right, with short beard and mustache, with large earring, and wearing satrapal cap (kyrbasia) with flaps tied up. Reverse: Fire temple of Ahura-Mazda with Bagadates on the left and standard to the right; Aramaic legend around. Alram 515; BMC p. 196, 2; Sear GC 6186. Overstruck on uncertain coin. Superb high-relief portrait; lightly toned. Very rare. Among the finest known examples. NGC graded About Uncirculated.

Persis was located in what is now southwestern Iran. 'Persian' peoples settled the area as early as the 8th century BC, in an area that flourished earlier under the powerful Kings of Elam. As a region it comprised the sandy coasts of the Persian Gulf, with its date palms, plus the fertile upland and mountain valleys, along with parts of the mountainous central plateau. Persis rose to importance as the homeland of the Achaemenid Persians at the beginning of their empire. Darius I was especially proud of owning this territory.

The Achaemenid Empire collapsed under onslaughts by Alexander the Great. After his death, rule of Iran passed into the hands of the Seleucid Kings of Syria. However, Persis remained in the hearts and minds of the Persians as their ethnic and religious homeland -- as the source and wellspring of their "Persian-ness." Arsaces I, around 238 BC, initiated a successful rebellion, broke from Seleucid control, and became the first king of the new Parthian dynasty. Persis and a number of other kingdoms followed suit, yet remained independent. The kingdom of Persis never became a part of the empire of the Arsacids, although her kings recognized Parthia as their suzerain -- when they had to of course.

In its heyday, the authority of the Persis kings extended over the shores of the northern Persian Gulf, and the opposite coasts along Arabia. Persis endured as kingdom for four centuries; the wealth of land and sea trade from the further Orient providing a stable fiscal foundation. Again, as the religious center for the Persian's Zoroastrianism, pilgrims and royal privileges added further to the country's wealth.
Estimated Value $18,000 - 20,000
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Italian States - Venice. Gold Medal, Undated. Similar obverse designs as Voltolina #1069 (Vol. II, 255) and Voltolina #933,#102. Weight 82 grams. 54 mm in diameter. Alvise Mocenigo II Doge CXX, 1700-1709. Obverse: Angel blowing horn left and woman figure holding leaf branch right; in center oval shield with legend: * S. C * / ALOYSIVS/ MOCENICVS / DVX. VEN/ ET. C. Reverse: Seated woman figure seated right placing hand on Wing Lion holding shield. Voltolina identifies such pieces as an award medal resulting from a decree of the Senate commending the doge for worthy service. Made with frame to be worn. This spectacular medal is certainly a museum-quality piece, of the highest rarity. Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $12,000 - 15,000
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Hadrian, AD 117-138. Gold Aureus (6.92g). Bare head right of Hadrian. Reverse: Hadrian on horseback right, raising right hand. RIC 348a; Calicó 1219. Elegant portrait style, struck in very high relief. Lustrous, superb; Virtually Mint State.

Possessing a most impressive and highly detailed portrait of Hadrian, this remarkable aureus was minted late in AD 128, when the emperor returned to Rome after visiting Africa as part of his provincial travels. During 12 of his reigning years, Hadrian ruled from Rome for no more than two or three years! At the close of AD 128, Hadrian and his entourage were again abroad, this time, visiting Athens.
Estimated Value $15,000 - 20,000

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Kings of Macedon. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Gold Distater (17.27 g), Aegeae mint, struck c. 336-323 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing triple-crested Corinthian helmet, adorned with coiled serpent. Reverse: Nike standing left, holding wreath in extended hand, stylis in other; vertical thunderbolt at left, monogram below. Price 191. A superb example, with choice centering, beautifully struck in high relief, with a delicate touch of red toning -- mostly on the reverse. NGC graded Choice About Uncirculated.

Continuing to utilize the wealth of Macedon's mines, which Alexander's father, Phillip II, had employed to finance his own and Macedon's imperialism, Alexander set himself up as conqueror and empire builder. In the process, his massive minting of coin would in essence create a new world class currency, in the manner of today's dollar, or like that once held by the silver "owls" from the time of Athens' imperial ascendancy. In adopting the Attic weight standard, Alexander's coinage would easily fit into a scheme that had already been established, and thus cause no new disruptions to trade. In addition, Alexander's insistence on the obvious and easy 10:1 ratio of exchange between silver and gold made for a system that was recognized and utilized even in cities that adhered to their traditional minting standards. The ease of use and rationality of Alexander's coining standards quickly came to serve as the basis for financial systems throughout much of the Greek world, not only in Alexander's time, but for a number of centuries afterwards.
Estimated Value $10,000 - 12,000
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Numerian, AD 283-284. Gold Aureus (4.39g). Laureate bust of Numerian facing right. Reverse: Abundantia standing left, emptying cornucopia. RIC V, part II, 451 [as R2]; C. 2. Well struck and perfectly centered. Lustrous, superb Nearly Mint State.
Estimated Value $15,000 - 20,000
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THANKS TO MACH..VERY NICE COLLECTION

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