Apollo: Greek God of the Sun with one of his attributes the Lyre. (398 - 395 B.C.) (23mm- 7 g)
OBVERSE: Laureate Head of Apollo facing right.
REVERSE: Greek Letters Surrounding kithara (Lyre)
This coin depicts Apollo, the Greek god of the Sun, wisdom, prophecy, music, and medicine on the obverse...
Apollo/Charioteer: Greek God of the Sun (480 B.C.) (25mm- 10.5 g)
OBVERSE: Quadriga driven by charioteer who is crowned by Nike flying above and below lion running.
REVERSE: The head of Apollo, three bay leaves around, with lion running below...
Aureus of Julius Caesar (48-47 B.C.) (19mm 2g)
OBVERSE: Female head most probably Venus with LII in field. The Roman numeral 52 represents Caesar's age when the coin was struck.
REVERSE : Gallic trophy, helmet, coat of mail, oval shield, war
trumpet and axe...
Nero / Jupiter (65A.D.) (18mm 3g)
OBVERSE: Laureated head of Nero, NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS
REVERSE: Jupiter sitting IVPPITER CVSTOS
15 December 37 - 9 June 68
Probably struck after 65 A.D. after the "Pisonian Conspiracy" to show Jupiter's role in saving Nero from the conspiracy...