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Carthaginian elephants over the Alps

Carthaginian elephants over the Alps

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Ancient Roman ebony dice are unusual for two reasons. First, they are carved from an exotic African black ebony wood, and second how they are marked. Typical Roman dice were marked with the same pips (dots) that we see on dice today. These however, in contrast, are marked with Roman character numerals! Seen on other gaming pieces of the period, but not typically on dice. They can be dated to the 1st Century BC/AD. - Private USA collection.

Ancient Roman ebony dice are unusual for two reasons. First, they are carved from an exotic African black ebony wood, and second how they are marked. Typical Roman dice were marked with the same pips (dots) that we see on dice today. These however, in contrast, are marked with Roman character numerals! Seen on other gaming pieces of the period, but not typically on dice. They can be dated to the 1st Century BC/AD. - Private USA collection.

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AncientMapSicily.jpg (1264×853)

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Shepherd-c-030-031.jpg (1989×1528)

Sicily in Antiquity Map - Tourist Attractions

Sicily in Antiquity Map - Tourist Attractions

phoenician coins - Google Search

phoenician coins - Google Search

Phoenician coin Cabinet des medailles Paris Bibliotheque Nationale

Phoenician coin Cabinet des medailles Paris Bibliotheque Nationale

Ancient coins from Phoenicia

Ancient coins from Phoenicia

Carthaginian war coinage: the Carthaginian goddess Tanit and the Greek mythological creature Pegasus.

Carthaginian war coinage: the Carthaginian goddess Tanit and the Greek mythological creature Pegasus.