about ancient nomos

Ancient Nomos Art is a museum of galleries exhibiting ancient coins and ancient mint maps. The coin gallery displays the diverse art and history of hand-crafted ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Persian and Medieval coinage. The ancient mints mapping gallery features Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Asia Minor and Medieval mint city regions and territories. Visitor's are welcome to explore, study and enjoy Ancient Nomos Art.

The ANAM Shop

Ancient Nomos Art Exhibition

Recent Additions

From Ancient Galleries

Obverse: Please visit the ANAM Greek and Roman Galleries for details,
Reverse: images, historical narratives and additional numismatic documentation.


This compilation of photos illustrates each of the most recent Roman and Medieval additions. The photos are all shown here at near actual coin sizes to provide a sense of their scale relative to other denominations and minting time periods. Some photos may include an enlarged surface for clarity and emphasis.


I. Emperor Augustus Cistophorus – Mint of Ephesus. Circa 25 BC.

II. Emperor Nero Denarius – Mint of Rome. Circa 66 AD.

III. Emperor Galba Denarius – Mint of Rome. Circa 68 AD.

IV. Licinius II as Caesar – Mint of Cyzicus. Circa 317 AD.

V. Empress Fausta Silvered Follis – Mint of Thessalonica. Circa 318 AD.

VI. Constantine I – Genius Populi Romanus – Mint of Constantinople. Circa 330 AD.

VII. King Hardeknud III Silver Penny – Mint of Lund, Denmark. Circa 1040 AD.

VIII. Medieval Silver Sceatta – Mint of Dorestad, Frisia (Netherlands). Circa 720 AD.

Please visit the specific Ancient Nomos Art Roman, Asia Minor and Medieval Galleries for enlarged details, attribution and additional documentation.

ANAM Roman Gallery

ANAM Asia Minor Gallery

ANAM Medieval Gallery


Legend, Documentation and Attribution