Lebanon in History from the Earliest Times to the Present

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LIST OF COINS
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A coin of Aradus79
A coin of Tyre, ca. 450-400. B.C.99
A Hebrew shekel of the fifth pre-Christian century100
A coin of Gades116
A coin of Byblus, A.D. 217/18130
A coin of Tyre, 303 B.C.134
A coin of Aradus150
Phoenician coin of the Persian period, ca. 340 B.C.151
Double shekel coin of Sidon, ca. 384-370 B.C.155
A coin of Alexander the Great struck at Acre (Ptolemais-Ake)159
A Seleucid coin of Tyre167
A shekel of Tyre, 75/4 B.C.169
A coin of Beirut170
A coin of Marathus, 171/70 B.C.171
A copper coin of Aradus, 171/70 B.C.172
A coin of Antiochus IX173
A coin of Sidon, A.D. 219/20192
An autonomous shekel of Sidon, 31/30 B.C.194
A coin of Alexander Severus (A.D. 222-35) struck at Sidon209
A coin of Berytus, A.D. 218-22213
Sketch coin of Berytus, first century before Christ214
A coin of Septimius Severus216
A coin of Tyre216
A coin of Julia Maesa217
A coin of Byblus217
A coin of Philip the Arab220
A coin of Berytus224
A coin of Beirut226
An Umayyad coin of Baʽlabakk243
A Fāṭimid dinar of Acre276
A coin of al-Mustanṣir Billāh277
A coin of Ṣalāḥ-al-Dīn299
A silver bezant with Arabic inscription, about A.D. 1250301
A Frankish dinar struck at ʽAkka in 1251303

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