Aegina and Aspendos
Achaemenians in Taxila :
Archaic Indian punch-marked coins :
Argos :
art :
coins :
catalogues: British Museum catalogue
Celtic history :
Celtic imagery :
Celtic matters:
Countermarked Siglos :
Greek art :
Greek matters :
Greek travelogue :
Greeks-Western :
Lycia :
Monetary systems :
Etruscan origins :
Etruscan art :
Scandinavia :
symbols :
Syracuse :
Saxon art :
Thrace :
Design signed B. Schenck:
Designs artist Cari Buziak on site:  
Acanthus leaves pg.4, Mary Downe:


An account of discoveries in Lycia Fellows, C. 1841. (London). Sir Charles Fellows: Published also:
The Xanthian marbles — The Inscribed monument at Xanthus 1842 — A Journal written during an excursion in Asia Minor 1838, (1839).
Athens , its History and Coinage before the Persian Invasions.Cambridge 1924, Kraay and Hirmer
Atlas of the coins of Gaul ( Atlas des Monnaies Gauloises ) by Henri de la Tour Plon. 1892
Catalogue of Greek Coins/ Sicily by Forni
Dictionary of Symbolism Hans Biedermann Meridian/Penguin Group ISBN 0-452-01118-3. 1992
Dynastic Lycia by Antony G. Keen Brill ISBN 90 04 10956 0. 1998
A History of India 1 by Romila Thapar1966 , reprint 1984, Penguin Books Limited, ISBN 0-14-020769-4
Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies. Volume 6. Alfredo Gonzalez-Ruibal :
Artistic Expression and Material Culture in Celtic Gallaecia
Lycia: Melchert, H.C. 1993. Lycian Lexicon, Lexica Anatolica (Chapel Hill).
New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology : Mythology
The Celtic Cross : by Nigel Penni. Blanford – London 1997 ISBN 0-7137-2641-5
The Coins of Mongol Empire and Clan Tamgha of Khans by Badarch Nyamaa, 2005, ISBN 99929-0-423-2
The Coming of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England byHenry Meyer-Harting
Thermopylae : Gates of Fire by Steven Pressfield 1998. Random House. ISBN 0-553-58053-1

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