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Greek Gold & Carnelian Finger Ring, Hellenistic Period circa 330-300 B.C.

Greek Gold & Carnelian Finger Ring, Hellenistic Period circa 330-300 B.C.

Necklace, gold, Greek 4th C BC

Necklace, gold, Greek 4th C BC

Gold earring, Greek, ca. 250 B.C.

Gold earring, Greek, ca. 250 B.C.

Gold signet ring: on the bezel Athena seated with an owl; the Greek inscription reads "Anaxiles", 400BC (circa) Cyprus,Paphos

Gold signet ring: on the bezel Athena seated with an owl; the Greek inscription reads "Anaxiles", 400BC (circa) Cyprus,Paphos

Coin with the head of Alexander, 305-281 BCE

Coin with the head of Alexander, 305-281 BCE

Silver coin minted 322 BCE. Alexander the Great. The bottom shows him fighting King Porus (on the elephant), ruler of a region in the Punjab 326 BCE. Top: he is crowned by Minerva.

Silver coin minted 322 BCE. Alexander the Great. The bottom shows him fighting King Porus (on the elephant), ruler of a region in the Punjab 326 BCE. Top: he is crowned by Minerva.

roundel with Alexander-Helios, Greek, Hellenistic Period, gilt silver, circa late 4th Century B.C.

roundel with Alexander-Helios, Greek, Hellenistic Period, gilt silver, circa late 4th Century B.C.

Sliver Tetradrachm with head of Alexander the Great (316-310 BCE). In this coin, Alexander wears an elephant-skin headdress, alluding to his conquest of the East. The Macedonian king ruled Babylon from 331 BCE until his death in that same city in 323 BCE.

Sliver Tetradrachm with head of Alexander the Great (316-310 BCE). In this coin, Alexander wears an elephant-skin headdress, alluding to his conquest of the East. The Macedonian king ruled Babylon from 331 BCE until his death in that same city in 323 BCE.

Greek Gold & Carnelian Finger Ring, Hellenistic Period circa 330-300 B.C.

Greek Gold & Carnelian Finger Ring, Hellenistic Period circa 330-300 B.C.

Openwork hairnet with medallion, Hellenistic, 200–150 b.c.  Greek, Ptolemaic  Gold

Openwork hairnet with medallion, Hellenistic, 200–150 b.c. Greek, Ptolemaic Gold