U.S. officials found the stolen coin at a Denver auction in 2017
The money pieces, which date from 1610 to 1727, are expected to fetch as much as $288,000 at auction next month
The ancient Macedonian monarch specialized in siege warfare, polygamy and sacrilege
The rare bronze coin was minted during the reign of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius
New research draws on rock reliefs and ancient coins to link the Rabana-Merquly fortress in Iraq to a vassal state of the Parthian Empire
Found in Switzerland, some of the buried Roman coins were minted during a time of relative political stability, between 332 and 335 C.E.
The artifact, which honors General Daniel Morgan, went missing for years—then mysteriously turned up at an auction house specializing in coins and medals
The 2,000-year-old gold piece, perhaps worn by one of the murderers, could sell for $2 million
The 13th-century gold penny found in southwestern Britain could sell for half a million at auction
Researchers discover a Roman road, coins, jewelry and evidence of makeup at a dig site near a railway project
Here’s how to find one of the new U.S. quarters—the first to feature a Black woman
Discovered near the animal’s den, the cache contains more than 200 coins from at least 1,600 years ago
Illegally minted in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the 1652 silver shilling recently sold at auction for $351,912
Eleven-year-old Liel Krutokop found the shekel, which dates to the second year of the first-century C.E. Great Revolt, while sifting through dirt
The coins were buried in what is now the city of Augsburg around the third century C.E.
Dated to between 1493 and 1499, the silver half-groat is the oldest English coin ever found in Canada
Discovered in a West Norfolk field, the cache of 131 coins and 4 gold objects dates to around 600 C.E.
A wealthy landowner probably hid the hoard to protect it from "barbarian" invaders
Found in Denmark, most of the 22 objects are bracteates, or medallions inscribed with mystical symbols