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Ancient Coinage of Egypt


Gold Daric of Pharoah Nectanebo II
AE17Egypt, AE17. Uncertain period, Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon right, square countermark of cornucopiae and four letters, perhaps QEOI / Reverse too worn for identification.TextImage
AE30Egypt, Ptolemaic Kings of. 323-285 BC. AE 30mm (16.16 gm). laureate head of Zeus right / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; IP before. Svoronos -; SNG Copenhagen -. TextImage
361-342 BC Pharoah Nektanebo II
305-283 BC Ptolemy I Soter
285-246 BC Ptolemy II Philadelphos
Arsinoe II, Sister & wife of Ptolemy II
246-221 BCPtolemy III Euergetes
Berenike II, Wife of Ptolemy III
221-204 BC Ptolemy IV Philopator
204-180 BC Ptolemy V Epiphanes
180-145 BC Ptolemy VI Philometer
145-144 BC Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator
145-116 Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II (Physkon)
116-109 BC Ptolemy IX Soter
106-88 BC Ptolemy X Alexander
80-58 & 55-51 BC Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos
51-30 BC Cleopatra VII
30 BC - 3rd century AD Roman Provincial
See alsoThe House of Ptolemy: Ptolemaic and Roman Egyptian Numismatics
Digital Edition of Svoronos 1904 Reference on Ptolomaic Coinage
Coins of the Ptolemies at the Ancient Coin Forum
Geneology of the Ptolemaic Dynasty by C. Bennett
Entry for Egypt on the Digital Historia Numorum
The PtolemAE Project at www.ptolemybronze.com
Alexandrian Coins of the Roman Era by Marinus
Search for Egypt at AncientImports.com
Search for Alexandria in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Alexandria in the ANS Database
Search for Alexandria in the RPC IV (Antonines) database at the Ashmolean Museum
Search for Egypt at Incitatus Coins

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