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There are 13 objects for which Provenance contains → silver
92.1A-K Ionic from Lydia? Electrum. Corinth. Silver. Persian?
L.2005.7.10 Copy of a silver coin (didrachm) from Athens, 540 – 520 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0004.jpg
L.2005.7.11 Copy of a silver coin (decadrachm) from Syracuse, Sicily, 480 - 479 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0006.jpg
L.2005.7.12 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Smyrna, 200 - 100 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.99.0020.jpg
L.2005.7.13 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Knossos, Crete, 200 – 67 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0014.jpg
L.2005.7.14 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Athens, after 196 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0001.jpg
L.2005.7.15 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Magnesia ad Maeandrum (Ionia), 190 – 100 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0003.jpg
L.2005.7.2 Copies a silver coin (stater) in the British Museum, from Tarentum, c. 500 BC 2006.98.0013.jpg
L.2005.7.3 Copies a silver coin (stater) in the British Museum, from Elis, 470 - 370 BC 2006.99.0006.jpg
L.2005.7.4 Copy of a silver coin (stater) from Metapontum, c. 450 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0012.jpg
L.2005.7.5 Copy of a silver coin (drachm) from Larissa, 430 – 400 BC, now in the British Museum
L.2005.7.6 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Syracuse, Sicily, 405 – 395 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0011.jpg
L.2005.7.7 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from the coast of Asia Minor, 400 – 395 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0015.jpg
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