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Ancient Honey Bee

On this page you will find symbols, of Honey Bees, designed and recorded by ancient civilizations designating the importance of the Honey Bee's role to that civilization. The Honey Bee.

NICELY DETAILED 1922 R ITALY 10 CENTESIMI HONEY BEE COIN UNCIRCULATED

NICELY DETAILED 1922 R ITALY 10 CENTESIMI HONEY BEE COIN UNCIRCULATED

Silver Business Card Case Antiqued Brass Bee Card Holder Mixed Metals Very Slim Vintage Inspired Gothic Victorian Steampunk Style. $48.00, via Etsy.

Silver Business Card Case Antiqued Brass Bee Card Holder Mixed Metals Very Slim Vintage Inspired Gothic Victorian Steampunk Style

Bee, silver coin, Greek, Ephesus, Turkey, about 390 - 300 B.C.

Tetradracma - argento - Efeso, Ionia, (Turchia) a.) - Ε-Φ ape, sacra alla dea Artemide - The Paul Getty Museum Culture: East Greek (Ephesian) Place: Ephesus, Ionia (Place created) Date: about 390 - 300 B.

#honeybee #coin ~ETS #bee

#honeybee #coin ~ETS #bee

1921, Italy, Copper Coin, 10 Centesimi, Honey Bee and Vittorio Emanuele III (b)

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ 1921 Italy Copper Coin 10 Centesimi Honey Bee

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ The priestesses of historical descendants of the ancient Bee Goddess

Artemis of Ephesia - bees appear on her legs and at her waist. "The priestesses of historical descendents of the ancient Bee Goddess -- Demeter, Rhea, Cyble -- were called Melissae, the ancient Latin word for bees.

Bees Hive: Ancient Greek coins depicting bees

Elyros, south-west of Crete, minted silver drachms in the century BC, which have a bee on one side and a goat on the other.

Coin Hope To Prosper....1838 | http://beeskepcottage.blogspot.com/2011/11/by-industry-we-hope-to-prosper1838.html

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ Vintage Gold Beehive Coin

Ancient Greek gold ring with an engraved bee. The bee represents Ephesus and the Sanctuary of Artemis in Ephesus, as bees were common symbols for the goddess. Dated to the 3rd century BCE, found in the Getty Museum.

Bee, Unknown Greek BCE) / Gold / A bee decorates the engraved bezel of this Greek gold ring. On either side of the insect, the Greek letters epsilon and phi signal an abbreviated form of the name of the ancient Greek city of Ephesus.

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