Coin of the Emperor Hadrian. Roman, A.D. 134-38 Gold; Diam.: 1.8 cm; Wt: 7.2 grams, minted in Rome. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des monnaies, médailles et antiques, Paris. VEX.2014.1.112
1976: Nation’s two-hundredth birthday coincides with the thirty-fifth anniversary of the bond program. Occasion is marked with publicity series highlighting the key role of citizen financing in nation’s growth.
Another document from Seljuks is a coin produced during Sultan Rukneddin’s (Kılıçarslan IV) reign. Please note the Turkish and Islamic name of the Sultan: another sign for the “passing phase”. Here you see a short recurve and two more arrows in the string hand, the latter indicates the use of thumb release by Seljuk archers.