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This URL will take you to a third (and final) page of color photos from the commentary. I am not including the ones that were never in color, like many of the coin photos, but the rest that are enjoyable to see in color.
Click this link, or copy and paste it: http://richardoster.com/color-photos-for-seven-congregations-in-a-roman-crucible-part-3
I have included the page numbers and figure numbers from the commentary to help you see where belong.
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|Roman coin issued soon after Octavian’s
victory against Mark Antony. In addition to
her crown of victory, Nike also carries the
palm branch of victory.
Antoninus Pius, Rome mint, AD 138.
Used with the kind permission of
Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.,
|Round altar displayed in the
Museum at Selçuk, Turkey.