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Unformatted text preview:3. What message does this coin convey about Alexander the Great? What is the viewer / user of the coin supposed to think?4. What myth is this coin referencing, and what is the thing depicted on the back (right image)? 5. What does this combination of images say about the city? 6. Who is the person on the front of the coin (left)? Look at the back of the coin (right), which is a clue to the woman's identity. 7. Why would a city put this person on a coin? What are they celebrating about their city? 8. What myth does the back of this coin (the right image) reference? What is the connection between the image and myth? 9. What is its myth-historical reference of the maze, and what does the city gain by referring to myth-history? Do you know the city's name? 10. Sum up: How do the ancient cities use mythology to send a message about the character of their city? What cultural values do ancient cities emphasize using mythology on their coins?