The second coin in your post seems to be a Roman coin of Vespasian, from Egypt. Similar to this one. https://www.vcoins.com/en/stores/ma...Default.aspx
Number four is from Tibet, not ancient, probably minted in the 1900s
The third and fifth one are also Egypt, but a little earlier, Ptolemaic Egypt.
Number six is Byzantine.A follis as indicated by the letter M
Seven and Eight are both late roman bronzes
Nine appears to be a Roman Antoninianus, but also appears to be an ancient counterfeit since a base metal core seems to be showing thru a silver plated exterior.
Ten might be a Judean Prutah from the time of the Jewish revolt, maybe like this one.https://www.cointalk.com/threads/th...dent.292881/
Eleven looks like may be a "widows mite" coin. Also from Judea.
To get more precise IDs, clearer and better focused pics will be needed. But I hope this helps.
Edited by Rdwarrior
07/11/2020 11:35 am