Roman Provincial Coinage. Supplement 2

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Scarce First Printing of first edition. Publisher's boards. Over , coins from 10 major collections are classified into over 5, types.

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All collectors of Roman coins are doing themselves a great disservice if they do not have this! Kroh p. The local coinages of the Roman Empire produced by numerous provincial mints, principally in the eastern provinces, have, in the past, seldom received individual attention. These coinages have traditionally been treated as the final phase of the Greek coinage hence 'Greek Imperial' and have appeared in catalogues of Greek coins where the primary arrangement is geographical.

Hence, the chronological significance of the series had been largely obscured until the appearance in of the first volume of "Roman Provincial Coinage". This is one of the most important new series to be launched in many years and, despite the not inconsequential price is highly recommended. After registration Important the system automatically calculates the thickness and weight of every letter and gives you the rate for your Country. If the combined order becomes to thick or heavy for a registered letter by PostNL, you automaticly see the rate for a parcel in your shoppingcart.

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Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The publication gives a complete picture of the material, thereby not only meeting the needs of numismatists but also providing an essential reference book for historians, archaeologists and other students of the Roman empire.

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The introductory essays and extensive catalogue section are followed by indexes and an illustration of every major issue listed. These were minted at cities located throughout the eastern part of the Roman Empire, from Viminacium in Serbia to Rhesaena in eastern Syria and from the Bosporan Kingdom in Crimea to Alexandria in Egypt. The catalogue includes the extensive coinages made by the cities of the Roman provinces of Asia and Phrygia-Caria and the complex coinage from Syrian Antioch.

Seller Inventory AAJ More information about this seller Contact this seller New Book. Shipped from UK. Established seller since Seller Inventory CD Seller Inventory ABE Published by London : Royal Numismatic Society This question has puzzled scholars for a century because, despite their diversity, most civic coins offer no indication of what they were worth. The few clues we have - values engraved on the dies or from countermarks - mostly date from the later years of the provincial coinages and are ambiguous, since they may confirm old values or impose new ones.

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Howgego's work on countermarks, Ann Johnston has assembled all the available evidence for Asia Minor from these two sources in catalogue form and identified the main standards in use in the third century as the cities tried to keep pace with the decline of the denarius and radiate.

While it is impossible to be certain of the face value of every single coin, a much clearer and more coherent picture emerges of the denominations of the provincial bronzes. Published by British Museum Press , London From: Gallix Gif sur Yvette, France. Condition: Neuf. The latest volume of this highly regarded series presents for the first time an authoritative and systematic account of the coins minted in the Roman provinces during the period from the accession of Nerva in AD 96 to the death of Hadrian in AD and includes the three reigns of Nerva AD , Trajan AD and Hadrian AD The book gives a complete picture of the material, thereby not only meeting the needs of numismatists but also providing an essential reference for historians, archaeologists and other students of the Roman Empire.

These were minted at cities located throughout the eastern part of the Roman Empire, from Apollonia in Albania to Trapezus in Turkey and from Tomi in Romania to Alexandria in Egypt. The catalogue includes the extensive coinages made by the cities of the Roman province of Asia and the complex coinage from Alexandria in Egypt.

Consequently, it will be an essential reference for numismatists, historians and archaeologists as well as all students of the Roman Empire.

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