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11 Archival description results for Turkey

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Abydos.

Bronze coin from Abydos, Troas (modern day Turkey) showing on the obverse the head of Marcus Aurelius and on the reverse Roma seated left, holding Palladium and spear, shield at her side.

Pyke, Edgar William

Aenus.

Electrotype tetradrachm from Ainos (Thrace, modern day Enez, Turkey) showing the head of Hermes on the obverse and a goat standing above a torch on the reverse.

Pyke, Edgar William

Antioch.

Bronze coin from Antioch (Turkey) showin gon the obverse the head of Constantius II and on the reverse a fallen horseman being slayed by a soldier.

Pyke, Edgar William

Cappadocia.

Silver drachma from Cappadocia (modern day Turkey) showing the head of Ariobarzanes I on the obverse and ont he reverse Athena standing left, holding Nike, shiel and a spear.

Pyke, Edgar William

Cappadocia.

Silver drachma from Cappadocia (modern day Turkey) showing the head of Ariarathes IV on the obverse and ont he reverse Athena standing left, holding Nike, shiel and a spear.

Pyke, Edgar William

Ephesus.

Bronze coin from Ephesus, Ionia (modern day Turkey). The obverse shows a bee and the reverse shows a stag looking to the right over its shoulder along with the inscription of the magistrate.

Pyke, Edgar William

Lydia.

Silver half stater from the Kingdom of Lydia, minted in Sardis during the reign of King Croesus. The obverse shows the facing foreparts of a lion and a bull and the reverse shows two incuse squares.

Pyke, Edgar William

Miletus.

Silver 1/12 stater from Miletus, Ionia (modern day Turkey). The obverse shows a lion head and the reverse an incuse sun motif.

Pyke, Edgar William

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.

Tenedos.

Silver tetradrachm from Tenedos, Troas (modern day Turkey) showing on the obverse Janiform heads of Zeus and Hera, and on the reverse a bipennis with a cluster of grapes and a vase.

Pyke, Edgar William

Troas.

Bronze coin from Troas (modern day Turkey). The obverse shows a man on horseback, and the reverse the body of a rooster.

Pyke, Edgar William