Greece

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25 Archival description results for Greece

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Aegina.

Silver stater from Aegina (Greece) showing on the obverse a land tortoise with thirteen plates and on the reverse an incuse square with five compartments containing letters and a dolphin.

Pyke, Edgar William

Amphipolis.

Electrotype tetradrachm from Amphipolis (Greece). The obverse shows the head of Apollo and the reverse a lit race torch surrounded by the city name.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver tetradrachm from Athens (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Athena and on the reverse an owl with the letters AOE.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver tetradrachm from Athens (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Athena and on the reverse an owl with the letters AOE.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver drachma from Athens (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Athena and on the reverse an owl with the letters AOE.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver Tritartemorion (or 3/4 obol) from Athens, Greece. Obverse shows a head of Athena and the reverse the letters AOE surrounded by crescents.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver hemiobol from Athens (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Athena and the reverse an owl and the letters AOE. The hemiobol was often used in Greek mythology to pay the Ferryman to cross the River Styx.

Pyke, Edgar William

Athens.

Silver obol from Athens (Greece) showing on the obverse a four spoked wheel and on the reverse incuse of same.

Pyke, Edgar William

Corcyra.

Silver stater from Corcyra (on Cofru) showing on the obverse a cow with a suckling calf, and on the reverse a stellate pattern in double rectangles.

Pyke, Edgar William

Corinth.

Silver drachma from Corinth (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Aphrodite and on the reverse a pegasus.

Pyke, Edgar William

Corinth.

Electrotype coins (one showing each side) from Corinth (Greece). Shows the head of Athena wearing a Corinth helmet, and a pegasus.

Pyke, Edgar William

Euboea.

Silver drachma from the Euboean league (Island of Euboea, Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Euboea and on the reverse a bull's head and kantharos.

Pyke, Edgar William

Greece.

Bronze coin from Greece showing on the obverse the helmeted head of Athena and on the reverse Pan erecting a trophy. The coin was minted during the time of Antigonus II Gonatas.

Pyke, Edgar William

Macedon.

Electrotype coin from Macedon showing on the obverse the head of Herakles wearing the skin of the Nemean Lion and on the reverse Zeus seated holding an eagle. Original coin dates from the time of Alexander the Great.

Pyke, Edgar William

Macedon.

Silver tetradrachm from Pella (Greece) showing on the obverse the head of Zeus and on the reverse Phillip II on horseback with a janiform head under the forelegs of the horse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Mytilene.

Bronze coin from Mytilene, Lesbos showing possibly a bust of Sapphos on the obverse and a lyre with the letter MYTI on the reverse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Neapolis.

Silver hemidrachm from Neapolis (Ancient Macedon, modern day Greece) showing on the obverse the head of a gorgon with its tongue protruding, and the on the reverse the laureate head of a nymph.

Pyke, Edgar William

Phocis.

Silver triobol from Phocis (modern day Greece) showing on the obverse a facing bull head and on the reverse a laureate head of Apollo.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rhodes.

Silver didrachm from Rhodes (Greece) showing on the obverse the radiate head of Helios and on the reverse a rose.

Pyke, Edgar William

Slides.

File consists 324 of slides. Slides shows Kay Rex's trips to Mexico, Africa, Greece and Yugoslavia as well as images of friends and family and Ontario. Some slides belong to Kenneth Rex.

Rex, Kay

Studies in Broadcast Propaganda Study No. 23 : the British Action at Taranto in Foreign Broadcasts (12th-14th November, 1940).

Report providing an analysis of the collaboration between the Axis Powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan) to minimize and discredit the British success at Taranto, Italy in broadcasts from Greece, Turkey, Russia, United States of America, Madrid, Free France and Switzerland. Copy no. 192.

University of Waterloo. Department of Political Science.

Thasos.

Silver obol from Thasos (Thrace, now Greece) showing on the obverse a Satyr and on the reverse an amphora.

Pyke, Edgar William

Thasos.

Silver drachma from Thasos (Thrace, now Greece) showing on the obverse a naked ithyphallic Satyr carrying off a protesting nymph and on the reverse an incuse quadripartite square.

Pyke, Edgar William

Thebes.

Silver hemidrachm from Thebes (Greece) showing on the obverse a Boeotian shield and on the reverse a Kantharos.

Pyke, Edgar William

Thessalonica.

Bronze follis from Thessalonica (Greece) showing on the obverse a bust of Constantine I and on the reverse a campgate with two turrets.

Pyke, Edgar William