Coin of Lysimachus
The obverse of this gold coin (stater), minted under the authority of King Lysimachus of Thrace (r. 305-281 BCE), shows the deified portrait of Alexander the Great, wearing the royal fillet (diadema) with the ram's horn of Ammon; the reverse...
Portico in Augusta Emerita (Mérida, Spain)
A reconstructed Roman portico decorated with clipei (circular medallions) depicting Jupiter Ammon and Medusa. The structure was part of the Roman Forum in the town of Augusta Emerita (Mérida, Spain).
Lamp with Crescent Moon Handle, Pompeii
A ceramic lamp which features an image of the Egyptian god Zeus-Ammon above an eagle on the handle. Pompeii, 1st century CE. Soprintendenza Archeologica di Pompei, (National Maritime Museum, Sydney Australia).
Colchis Alexander Stater
Pure gold. Weight – 8,5 gr. d=17/18 mm. Obverse: Diademed head of Alexander the Great, right, wearing horn of Ammon. Reverse: Athena Pallas enthroned, left, holding Nike in an open right hand and resting left hand on the arm of the...
Thracian Silver Tetradrachm
Silver tetradrachm from Thrace, reign of Lysimachus, 323-281 BCE. O: Head of Alexander as Ammon-Zeus. R: Athena holding Nike.
Stater of Ptolemy Keraunos
A gold stater minted by King Ptolemy Keraunos of Macedon (r. 281 - 279 BCE). The coin was minted c. 280 - 279 BCE in Lysimachia, Thrace. It is a rare minting from Ptolemy Keraunos' brief reign as King of Macedon, and even briefer period of...
Two Bronze Drachms of Hadrian
Two silver drachms of Hadrian. The drachm on the left shows Zeus Ammon on a plinth, wearing a ram's horn (c. 134-135 CE) while the one on the right shows busts of Serapis and Isis facing each other, with a small statue of Harpocrates and...