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  Escrituras megalíticas(IV-III milenio)  en Huelva

Buste d’Alexandre le Grand exposé aux musées de Capitoline de Rome.

 

     
 
Alexandre le Grand - 66.3 ko La ville d'Alexandrie    

 

Detail from the Alexander mosaic. Naples, National Archeological Museum

 

 

Mosaico de la batalla de Issos. Detalle. Museo de Nápoles


Buste d'Alexandre le Grand
D'après Lysippe. Paris, musée du Louvre
© Photos12.com - ARJ
 
 

Dos cabezas de Alejandro. Museo de Alejandría, Egipto

 

 

 

Sarcófago llamado de Alejandro. Museo de Estambul.Turquia

 

 

 

Le phare d'Alexandrie Alexandre Le Grand Le Phare d'Alexandrie
Le phare d'Alexandrie Le phare d'Alexandrie Le phare d'Alexandrie Le phare d'Alexandrie  

 

Le siège de Tyr par Alexandre le Grand Vue générale de la ville de Tyr

Illustrations tirées du livre de Pierre BRIANT, De la Grèce à l'Orient, Alexandre le Grand,
Éditions Gallimard Découvertes, Paris 1988, numéro 27.

Plan de Tyr

Alexandre le Grand

 

 

http://www.pheniciens.com/index.html: Un verdadera maravilla

Cité de Baalbek Baalbek
Cité de Byblos Byblos
Cité d'Ougarit Ougarit
Cité de Sidon Sidon
Cité de Tyr Tyr

                                                                           www.pheniciens.com/ persos/tyr_siege.htm

 

 

 

 

 


 
Animation des conquêtes d'Alexandre en Asie.
Données provenant du livre "De la Grèce à l'orient Alexandre le Grand" de Pierre Briant.
Nécessite le lecteur Flash.
Conquête d'alexandre le grand

 

El paso del Gránico

Batalla de Gaugamela,

La Bataille d'Arbelles 1669 (ou Bataille de Gaugamèles)
LeBrun 1619-1690
Desc : C'est dans la plaine d'Arbelles, sur les bords du Tigre, qu'eut lieu le dernier choc des armées d'Alexandre et de Darius. LeBrun a représenté le moment où, le sort des armes ayant basculé en faveur des macédoniens, Darius, sur un char monumental s'apprête à fuir sur un cheval que lui présente un palefrenier. Derrière Alexandre, le devin Aristande fait remarquer au soldat l'aigle au-dessus du prince et présage la victoire.[texte du Louvre]

 

 

 

Alejandro y Phorus

 

 


 

Le triomphe d'Alexandre le Grand

La Famille de Darius aux pieds d’Alexandre

La Famille de Darius aux pieds d’Alexandre

 

Alexandre le Grand est aussi un personnage illustre du théâtre d'ombres. La vérité historique est parfois un peu froissée, mais le public frémit avec un bel ensemble lorsque Karaghiozis et lui affrontent le Serpent Maudit.



 
 
 
 
© Musée national Gustave-Moreau - RMN

 

empire macedonien

 

 

camée en onyx représentant (?) Alexandre le Grand
période hellénistique

 
accueil

Athènes
 

 

 

Buste d'Alexandre le Grand (musée national d'Athènes)
Alejandro Magno como Hercules 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alejandro Magno.Boston

(marbre du 3ème  

 

 

Camafeo de Alejandro.Museo de Atenas

 

 

 

 

Prototypes of the Albanian imitations: Hellenistic coins that circulated in ancient Azerbaijan-Atropatheneum and Caucasian Albania (4th century B.C. to 3rd century A.D)

 


 
tetradrachma tetradrachma
 
 
Macedonia, Alexander the Great (336-323 B.C.),
tetradrachma, silver
     
     

 

tetradrachma tetradrachma
 
 
Thrace, Lysimachus (323-281 B.C.),
tetradrachma, silver
     
     

 

tetradrachma tetradrachma
 
 
Seleucia, Antiochus VII (138-129 B.C.),
tetradrachma, silver
     
     

 

 
 
tetradrachma tetradrachma
 
 
Pontus, Mithridates VI (121-63 B.C.),
tetradrachma, silver
     
     

 

 
drachma drachma
 
 
Parthia, Artabanes III (10-38 A.D.),
drachma, silver
     
     

 

 
tetradrachma tetradrachma
 
 
Bactria, Eucratides (171-155 B.C.),
tetradrachma, silver
     
     

 

Philip II. Silver tetradrachm (359 - 336 B.C.).
Obverse: Head of Zeus.

 

 

Reverse: Horseman; ÖÉËÉÐÐÏÕ.


 

 


 

Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), silver tetradrachm of Lysimachus, King of Thrace (306-289 BC), 30mms

 

 

 
  Macedon Empire, Alexander III the Great (336-23 BC),
tetradrachm after c. 330 BC, mint Aegina (?)
Obv. head of Heracles with lion skin r.
Rev. Zeus with eagle and sceptre enthroned to l.,
in the fields and below throne mint and mint master signs.
SNG FM Leake and General coll. 2182; Price 851
© Fitzwilliam Museum
Greek and Roman Coins
 
30 November 2004 - 20 March 2005
  Portrait of Alexander the GreatAlexander's life (356-323 BC) and personality had a deep impact on his contemporaries and later generations. His portrait appears on coins minted by the Successors and Greek cities under Roman rule over a period of more
than 600 years. This temporary exhibition offers a stunning insight into the creation of a legend.
 
  Image: Ptolemy I, tetradrachm (four drachm piece), c. 315-300 BC;
Obverse: Alexander with elephant scalp, aegis, ram's horn and fillet
  Previous Exhibitions
 
© Copyright University of Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 2004
The Ashmolean Museum retains the copyright of all materials
used here and in its Museum Web pages.
 
Alexander of Macedon 330 BC: A Gold stater weighing 8.2 grams (0.2637 troy oz.) from the time of Alexander The Great of Macedon (died 323 BC). The portrait is not of Alexander, but of Athena, Greek Goddess of Wisdom. The coin was struck at the mint a Sardeis - where they did beautiful work. This coin is more than 2,300 years old!

 

Greek Coins

Listed below you will find coins produced by ancient Greece. Some of the world's most beautiful and earliest coinage came from the Greek world. From the smallest fractional Greek coins to the larger Greek coins, the collector of ancient Greek coins can find exquisite examples of the celator's art. On this page you will find coins of Alexander III (The Great), Northern Greece including: the Black Sea Area, Istros, Cherronesos, and Neapolis.

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(GG0001) Alexander III, The Great, 336-323 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Head of Athena right, in crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with serpent.
Rev. - Nike standing left, holding wreath and ship's mast; in field to left thunderbolt.
Comments: 8.48 gm. Alexander began his career as the King of Macedon; however, he only spent the first two years of his reign in his native kingdom. By the time of his death at the age of 33 he ruled over an empire that stretched from Greece to India.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 6703

 

Greek Coins

Listed below you will find coins produced by ancient Greece. Some of the world's most beautiful and earliest coinage came from the Greek world. From the smallest fractional Greek coins to the larger Greek coins, the collector of ancient Greek coins can find exquisite examples of the celator's art. On this page you will find coins of Alexander III (The Great), Northern Greece including: the Black Sea Area, Istros, Cherronesos, and Neapolis.

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(GG0001) Alexander III, The Great, 336-323 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Head of Athena right, in crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with serpent.
Rev. - Nike standing left, holding wreath and ship's mast; in field to left thunderbolt.
Comments: 8.48 gm. Alexander began his career as the King of Macedon; however, he only spent the first two years of his reign in his native kingdom. By the time of his death at the age of 33 he ruled over an empire that stretched from Greece to India.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 6703
(GG0001) Alexander III, The Great, 336-323 B.C.
AV Stater
Price: $1850.00

 

(GG0002) Lysimachos, Kings of Thrace, 323-281 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Diademed head of deified Alexander the Great right, wearing the horn of Ammon.
Rev. - Athena Nikephoros seated left, holding Nike, left elbow resting on shield, transverse spear resting against her right side, monogram above knee, BY on throne, ornamented trident in exergue.
Comments: 8.61 gm. Struck circa 100 B.C. Lysimachos was one of the 'Successors' of Alexander the Great, he was of Thassalian lineage, and was a bodyguard for Alexander while he was alive. This coin and the next coin (GG0003) are part of an 11 coin hoard that was discovered recently.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 1590(v)
 

Greek Coins

Listed below you will find coins produced by ancient Greece. Some of the world's most beautiful and earliest coinage came from the Greek world. From the smallest fractional Greek coins to the larger Greek coins, the collector of ancient Greek coins can find exquisite examples of the celator's art. On this page you will find coins of Alexander III (The Great), Northern Greece including: the Black Sea Area, Istros, Cherronesos, and Neapolis.

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(GG0001) Alexander III, The Great, 336-323 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Head of Athena right, in crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with serpent.
Rev. - Nike standing left, holding wreath and ship's mast; in field to left thunderbolt.
Comments: 8.48 gm. Alexander began his career as the King of Macedon; however, he only spent the first two years of his reign in his native kingdom. By the time of his death at the age of 33 he ruled over an empire that stretched from Greece to India.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 6703
(GG0001) Alexander III, The Great, 336-323 B.C.
AV Stater
Price: $1850.00

 

(GG0002) Lysimachos, Kings of Thrace, 323-281 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Diademed head of deified Alexander the Great right, wearing the horn of Ammon.
Rev. - Athena Nikephoros seated left, holding Nike, left elbow resting on shield, transverse spear resting against her right side, monogram above knee, BY on throne, ornamented trident in exergue.
Comments: 8.61 gm. Struck circa 100 B.C. Lysimachos was one of the 'Successors' of Alexander the Great, he was of Thassalian lineage, and was a bodyguard for Alexander while he was alive. This coin and the next coin (GG0003) are part of an 11 coin hoard that was discovered recently.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 1590(v)
(GG0002) Lysimachos, Kings of Thrace, 323-281 B.C.
AV Stater
Price: Sold
 

 

(GG0003) Lysimachos, Kings of Thrace, 323-281 B.C.
AV Stater
Obv. - Diademed head of deified Alexander the Great right, wearing the horn of Ammon.
Rev. - Athena Nikephoros seated left, holding Nike, left elbow resting on shield, transverse spear resting against her right side, monogram above knee, BY on throne, ornamented trident in exergue.
Comments: 8.45 gm. Struck circa 100 B.C.; minted in Byzantion. Lysimachos was one of the 'Successors' of Alexander the Great, he was of Thassalian lineage, and was a bodyguard for Alexander while he was alive. This coin and the coin above (GG0002) are part of an 11 coin hoard that was discovered recently.
Attribution: Sear Greek Coins - 1590(v)
(GG0003) Lysimachos, Kings of Thrace, 323-281 B.C.
AV Stater
Price: $1250.00

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