Gold Coin with Profile Portrait of Roman Emperor Vespasian, just before 100 A.D.

Gold Coin with Profile Portrait of Roman Emperor Vespasian, just before 100 A.D.

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

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.

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.

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.

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