Denarius of Juno Moneta (c. In 390 BCE, the goddess’s sacred geese warned (monere) the Romans of an attack by Gauls, thus her temple on the Capitoline was dedicated to Juno Moneta and the coin mint established nearby.
Kings of Thrace. Lysimachus. Silver Tetradrachm. Lysimachus, a bodyguard of Alexander the Great, obtained the government of Thrace following Alexander’s death. In 305 BC he founded his capitol city of Lysimacheia where many of his coins were struck. His harsh rule made him unpopular with his subjects. He died fighting at the battle of Korupedion and his kingdom disappeared with him. Origin: Ancient Greece | Date: 305 – 281 BC | Denomination: 17.5 grams. See more at londoncoin.com