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Researchers find hundreds ancient coins

Researchers find hundreds ancient coins

Egypt Bronze coins, the researchers found 383 ancient coins in the oasis.   Rich pickings for archaeologists in Egypt: The excavators are thrust into an oasis on numerous coins from pre-Christian times. Among the treasures are also stunning jewelry pieces. Cairo – Egyptian archaeologists have found an oasis south of Cairo, numerous coins from pre-Christian times. When the excavation at […]

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Zenobia (240– c. 274 AD)

Zenobia (240– c. 274 AD)

Zenobia (240– c. 274 AD)   was a 3rd century Syrian queen of the Palmyrene Empire     Queen Zenobia’s Last Look Upon Palmyra, by Herbert Schmalz. Original on exhibit, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.   Family, ancestry and early life Zenobia was born and raised in Palmyra, Syria. Her Roman name is Iulia Aurelia Zenobia, while her name […]

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