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Roman Provincial Coinage

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Published by British Museum Press .
Written in English


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Number of Pages800
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7798549M
ISBN 100714108715
ISBN 109780714108711

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  Following on from Volume One which attempted to initiate a new conception of Roman coinage, this volume covers the Flavians and geographical and typographical conventions, listing over entries by city from Greece and the Balkans to Syria and Egypt/5. This book embodies a new conception of Roman coinage. It presents, for the first time, an authoritative account of the coins minted in the provinces of the empire and shows how they can be regarded.   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 96–98), Trajan (AD 98–) and Hadrian (AD –38).5/5(1).   Series: Roman Provincial Coinage; Hardcover: pages; Publisher: British Museum Press; Slp edition ( ) Language: English; ISBN X; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review.

Provincial Coinage: Structure •From the Republic to Diocletian, coinage circulating in the Roman Empire was extremely heterogeneous. - “Imperial” coins with Latin legends (gold, silver, aes), produced by the government, circulated over large areas or empire-wide. - “Provincial” coins with Latin or . The Roman Provincial Coinage project embodies a new conception of Roman coinage. It presents for the first time an authoritative account of the coins minted in the provinces of the empire and shows how they can be regarded as an integral part of the coinage minted under the Roman emperors. First published in , Van Meter's Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins (HRIC) quickly became a cult classic among collectors. In , used copies were trading in excess of $ on eBay. This was no surprise, book remains the most comprehensive, and yet easy-to-use one-volume reference on Roman Imperial Coins! Roman Provincial Coin References Greek Imperial Coins and Their Values, by David R. Sear Coverage of Greek coins during the 1st century Roman period, as well as Judean and Parthian coins. Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt, by James W. Curtis Essential reprint of a long unavailable reference that lists over 2, tetradrachms.

  A slim book, it has excellent photographs of 95 coins and line drawings (which are clearer than photos of ill-preserved coins). It has lots of maps so you can tell where all those cities are. If you know something about ancient coins you can read this book as a beginner to Roman provincial coins and learn a lot and have fun doing by: Re: A free pdf book on Roman Provincial coins «Reply #2 on: Febru , pm» RPC I costs about € with a little luck (€ without), Supplement I about 20€, Supplement II (which is of little use if you don't own the original books, like most supplements) is free and has always been free. Roman Provincial and Paris: British Museum Press and Bibliothèque Nationale: Vol. I (): From the death of Caesar to the death of Vitellius (44 BC–AD 69) by A. Burnett, M. Amandry, and P. P. Ripollès. Vol. II (): From Vespasian to Domitian (AD 69–96) by A. Burnett, M. Amandry, and I. Carradice. Vol. III (): From Nerva to Hadrian (AD 96–) by M. Amandry and A. Roman Provincial Coinage III; Nerva, Trajan and Hadrian (AD ) 2 volumes, Hardback in slipcase, pages, black & white plates and 5 black & white maps.