Ε Φ = Ephesus. Many Ancient Coins had the Emblem of the honey bee on it as it was a symbol of wealth and power. This is due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply.
Ancient Roman scale armor (lorica squamata), 1st to 5th c, leaf shaped silvered bronze pieces with two holes on top and on either side connected with bronze rings/wire, allowing rows to be layered to eventually form a full armor, this armor was expensive to maintain and produce and may only have been worn by a few infantry/legionaries or the mainly wealthier cavalrymen. Each piece 24.5mm long x 13.81mm wide, 0.55mm thick, the holes are 2.62mm in diameter, attaching rings are 1.48mm thick.