Artur Teixeira

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Arthropoda, Subfilo Trilobitomorpha. Os trilobitas são um Subfilo extinto de atrópodes, o grupo teve a sua origem no início do período Cambriano e foi extinto na grande extinção no final do período Permiano (extinção permo-triassica). O Subfilo Trilobitomorpha é relativamente próximo ao Subfilo Cheliceriformes (e possivelmente do Subfilo Crustacea).

designinbiology: “ When Trilobites Ruled the World infographics by The New York Times brought to you by Graphic Services for Science and Graphic Biology ”

Intailles / Intailles romaines / Intaille romaine montée en bague or. Esculape.

Intailles / Intailles romaines / Intaille romaine montée en bague or. Esculape.

A very large Gnostic agate intaglio.  A Roman soldier (identified by the legionary eagle) faces  Anubis (representing Egypt), standing on level field. Texts appear to be Latin below the figures, with Aramaic characters in the field behind.  Each figure holds attributes of position and status.  Apparently representing the union of Egypt to Roma. Four significant stars and a crescent moon above. Circa 1st century BC/AD -  Private U.S.A. collection.

A very large Gnostic agate intaglio. A Roman soldier (identified by the legionary eagle) faces Anubis (representing Egypt), standing on level field. Texts appear to be Latin below the figures, with Aramaic characters in the field behind. Each figure holds attributes of position and status. Apparently representing the union of Egypt to Roma. Four significant stars and a crescent moon above. Circa 1st century BC/AD - Private U.S.A. collection.

GB_London, The British Museum (∑) Inventory: G 420 (ΕA 56420) Animal-headed standing figure (Hermanubis), wearing a tunic and a chlamys. In his right hand a kerykeion, in his left hand a palm branch.

GB_London, The British Museum (∑) Inventory: G 420 (ΕA Animal-headed standing figure (Hermanubis), wearing a tunic and a chlamys. In his right hand a kerykeion, in his left hand a palm branch.

29. Gordian II (238, March22 - April 12)

Marcus Antonius Gordianus II AE Sestertius, struck in Rome

AR Antoninianus. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Postumus 260-269 AD, Cologne mint. 268 AD. 3,96g. RIC V/2, 361, 291. R! EF. Price realized 2011: 500 USD.

AR Antoninianus. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Postumus 260-269 AD, Cologne mint. 268 AD. 3,96g. RIC V/2, 361, 291. R! EF. Price realized 2011: 500 USD.

Ancient Roman Coins realizes $1,700,000 at New York Auction

Ancient Roman Coins realizes $1,700,000 at New York Auction

Diadumenian Denarius. M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES, draped bust right / PRINC IVVENTVTIS, Diadumenian standing front, looking right, holding sceptre & standard, two standards behind

O’Brien Coin Guide: Roman Emperors and their Coins, Part IV