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The Second Punic War (218 - 201 BCE)
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The Second Punic War (218 - 201 BCE)

A map illustrating the outbreak and course of the Second Punic War, a series of prolonged military conflicts between the Carthaginian (Punic) empire and the Roman Republic for domination over the western Mediterranean. Began in 218 BCE with...
The Caucasus after the Peace of Nisibis, c. 300 CE
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The Caucasus after the Peace of Nisibis, c. 300 CE

A map illustrating the Caucasian states after the First Peace of Nisibis in 299 CE depicts a period of geopolitical stability and well-defined borders between the Roman and Sassanid Empires. This treaty, aimed at settling disputes and establishing...
Map of Colchis
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Map of Colchis

Detail from the map “Bosporus, Maeotis, Iberia, Albania et Sarmatia Asiatica “ by CHRISTOPHORUS CELLARIUS (1638-1707), from the book “Notitiae Orbis Antiqui sive Geographiae Plenioris Tomus Alter Asiam et Africam“, printed in Leipzig by Gleditschi...
Gladius Hispaniensis
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Gladius Hispaniensis

The gladius hispaniensis or Spanish short sword which originated in Iberia but was famously adopted by the Roman army. (Re-enactment display of Roman Army Tactics Scarborough Castle, UK)
View of Armaziskhevi
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View of Armaziskhevi

View of the Armaziskhevi Archaeological Site (left hill) and the confluence of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers from the Jvari Monastery, which overlooked Mtskheta, the capital of the early Georgian Kingdom of Iberia from the 3rd century BCE...
Armaziskhevi Archaeological Site, Georgia
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Armaziskhevi Archaeological Site, Georgia

1st-century CE six-apse pagan temple on the left and 3rd-century CE wine cellar on the right, complete with qvevris (large earthenware jars buried under the ground for fermentation and storage). Armaziskhevi Archaeological Site, Mtskheta...
Phiale of a Roman or Kartlian Man
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Phiale of a Roman or Kartlian Man

This phiale, on whose medallion the bust of a bearded male is represented, must have been made in one of the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire or in the Kingdom of Kartli (Iberia), which is located in what's modern Georgia. Goldsmithery...
Prince Stephanos I Coin
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Prince Stephanos I Coin

Kartli/Iberia coin of Prince Stephanos I, second emission. Silver. The weights range from 2,03 gr. to 3,02 gr. d = 25/26-28 mm. Obverse: shah/ruler to the right. Instead of Pehlevi, Georgian inscription (Asomtavruli) – ႱႲႤႴ/ႠႬႭႱ (Stephanos...
Georgian Imitations of Augustan Denarii
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Georgian Imitations of Augustan Denarii

Description, picture: Silver. Weight: e.g. 1,28 gr., 2,23 gr., 2,59 gr., 2,93 gr., 2,97 gr., 3,02 gr., 3,10 gr., 3,12 gr., 3,23 gr., 3,24 gr., 3,25 gr., 3,33 gr., 3,42 gr., 3,51 gr., 3,55 gr. d=17/18-19/20mm. Obverse: Laureate head right/left...
Georgian Aurei Imitation
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Georgian Aurei Imitation

Gold. Weight: e.g. – 2,87 gr., 3,37 gr., 3,44 gr., 3,55 gr. d=18 mm., 19 mm., 20/21mm. Obverse: Draped bust of Valerian, laureted, right, a bit crude in style. Distorted Latin inscription: prototype – IMP. C. P. LIC. VALERIANVS AVG...
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