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Antique Coins. From Archaic Greece to Late Roman Empire
10.10.2014 15:15
Antique Coins. From Archaic Greece to Late Roman Empire

The East European Antiquarian House will hold the exhibition Antique Coins. From Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire.

      The visitors of the unique exhibition will see the antique coins collection from the East European Antiquarian House and private Moscow collectors. The exhibits most fully present coinage of the classical antiquity. The exhibition will be accompanied with lectures by leading numismatic experts, as well as competitions and prizes.

      The exhibition will be held at the address: 29/1, Lomonosovsky Avenue from October 9 to 17. The working hours are from 11 am till 9 pm, no days off.


Sources: http://domantik.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Historical Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Ancient Greece Roman Empire Coins 

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