Five Greek bronze coin hoards

by Edward Theodore Newell

Publisher: The American Numismatic Society in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 67 Downloads: 435
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  • Coins, Greek.,
  • Coin hoards -- Greece

Edition Notes

Bound with 6 others.

Statementby Edward T. Newell.
SeriesNumismatic notes and monographs -- no. 68
ContributionsAmerican Numismatic Society.
LC ClassificationsCJ391 N45
The Physical Object
Pagination67 p. :
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14077652M

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Some Educational Websites about Ancient Coins an edited and annotated list of the most useful sites Revised Jan. 24, A web page about the coins and story of Carthage. Dec. A few more links to sites on particular Roman emperors: Trajan Decius, Gallienus, and Probus. Nov. 5, A site for identifying Seleucid coins. Oct. Links to reference works on line.   Olbia is near the findspots and issued bronze gorgon/cross coins during the same period. The bronze of Olbia had similar hair style. The depiction of the gorgon’s hair, formed of half circles on coins of Olbia, is unusual. There are no gorgons with similar half circle hair in Josef Floren’s book of gorgoneion vase paintings and sculpture. Ancient Roman and Greek Coins, page 3 (return to page 1 or $80 new), and it would be very useful (I still use mine.) It is just not as complete a list of all the possible coin type as the five-volume seriees. There is a similar Seaby guide to Greek coins, Greek Coins and Their Values, also by David Sear, published in two well-illustrated. The silver coinage of Miletus in the second century BC has been the subject of much recent study. The issues included here are those of Deppert-Lippitz’s Period V and Period VI ( #–, #–), but her treatment was incomplete and has undergone substantial revision.A large hoard of second-century Milesian silver was discovered in the late s and was dispersed onto the world.

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They extend down to at least as late as this, as four specimens occurred in the Epidaurus hoard which was buried about – B.C.

Noe, A Bibliography of Greek Coin Hoards, p. 89, where is listed the literature concerning this find. Five Greek bronze coin hoards, (New York, The American numismatic society, ), by Edward Theodore Newell and American Numismatic Society (page images at HathiTrust) Greek bronze coins from a well at Megara, (New York, American Numismatic Society, ), by Waag,̌ Frederick Oswin, and American Numismatic Society (page images at HathiTrust).


More than three decades have passed since David Sear published Greek Coins & Their Values, his revision of Gilbert Askew’s A Catalogue of Greek Coins published by B.

Seaby in Five Greek bronze coin hoards. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no. New York: American Numismatic Society. Bellinger, Alfred R.

The sixth, seventh and tenth Dura atic Notes and Monographs, no. New York: American Numismatic Society. Waagé, Frederick Oswin. Greek bronze coins from a well at Megara. CoinWeek Ancient Coin Series By Mike Markowitz. InCanada captured a world record by producing five examples of a kilogram gold piece ( pounds, or a Author: Mike Markowitz.

THIRD-CENTURY BRONZE COINS. Jessop Price, Ch. 11, “The Coins,” in The Anubieion at Saqqara I (London, ), pp. 66– Hoard of large bronzes clarifies sequence of bronze emissions of Ptolemy II and III. Edward T. Newell, Ch. “Hoard of Ptolemaic bronze coins,” in Five Greek Bronze Hoards, NNM 68 (New York, ), pp.

Greek Coin Types and their Identification, by Richard Plant. Published by Spink in I have a reprint. Softback, pages. This book contains 2, diagrams of Greek and Hellenic coin types, with references to what they most likely are if you find one like it.

Small Change: The Tiniest Ancient Coins. the smallest denomination was a bronze coin called a lepton in Greek and a half the great majority of ancient coins reach us through hoards, Author: Mike Markowitz. A coin is a small, flat, (usually, depending on the country or value) round piece of metal or plastic used primarily as a medium of exchange or legal are standardized in weight, and produced in large quantities at a mint in order to facilitate trade.

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Bellinger: Greek Bronze Coins from a Well at Megara, NNM 70 by Frederick O. Waage: The Thurian Di-Staters, NNM 71 by Sydney P. Noe: Greek Panormos - $ Greek Panormos Ar Litra Bce Ancient Coin, Sng Ans vs, Aef Buy Now.

The descriptions of coins in this book tell stories about such remarkably diverse themes as gods, goddesses and flying horses, wars and conquests, migration and colonization, philosophers and mathematicians, the exile of illegitimate children, extinction, the imitation of art, Olympic victories, and human mortality and Size: 1MB.

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From Bronze-Age weapon deposits, Greek and Roman coin hoards and Viking wealth to gold sovereigns hidden during World War II, this book will consider who the hoarders were and what might have compelled them-- economic upheaval, war, or more complex social and ritual customs. The final article of the book is Nicholas Wright’s treatment of a hoard of Seleucid bronze coins without context.

Wright starts with a discussion of the hoard’s history and significance, and after a detailed catalogue he focuses on other features including provenance and what the hoard tells us about circulation : Lee L.

Brice. You can print a single page or the entire e-book. You can copy images and illustrations. Zoom in and out to desired size. Newell, Edward T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no.

I-IX, Bellinger, Alfred R. The sixth, seventh and tenth Dura atic Notes and Monographs, no. The list of Roman hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of coins, jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) that are associated with period of Romano-British culture when Southern Britain was under the control of the Roman Empire, from AD 43 until aboutas well as the subsequent.

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Aurelian. VERY RARE coin with only 2 listed on RIC on-line. Æ Sestertius, Rare. Class B anonymous follis, Constantinople.

Vibius C. Pansa. Æ As, Very early dynastic issue. Orbiana, wife of Severus Alexander, AD. Marc Antony, as Triumvir ( BC), with Lucius Antonius.

AR Shekel, c. Iconium circa AD Notes on a Book by Gerhard Kleiner," Numismatic Chronicle 12 ()at ibid., E.T. Newell, Alexander Hoards I. Kyparissia, American Numismatic Society Numismatic Notes and Monographs 3 () (An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards 76) An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards, Compounding this, relative peace in Italy means that hoards are rare.

In Crawford's hoard census, excepting about 15 common issues from the BC period, well represented in most late hoards, the remaining 50 or so coin issues are represented by coins thinly spread over a dozen hoards, less than one of each coin per hoard.

In their book Coinage of the Greek World, Ian Carradice and Martin Price wrote that test cutting of ancient coins in antiquity was a frequent occurrence both inside the Greek world (in Athens, for instance) and outside. They pointed to a papyrus reference indicating that in Egypt officials were employed to both collect debt and test cut coins.

Coin hoards by S. Noe () Coin types their origin and development by G. MacDonald () Metropolitan coin book, containing accurate engravings of the various gold, silver and other coins () Greek coin-types, classified for immediate identification, Volumeby L.

Anson (). Newell, Edward T. FIVE GREEK BRONZE COIN HOARDS Softcover Fair Wraps are tanned and have some tear. Some pencil underlining and marginalia. 1 page of plates has been clipped to remove certain coins -- therefore plates at end are incomplete. Reading copy only.

; 28 pages of plates at end. A Bibliography of Coin Hoards of Greaat Britain and Ireland Hoards by date of deposit with location, dates of find and deposit, summary of contents, and reference to publication; Also Euopean and other location hoards including English coins. 88p, x10", hc, Schulman, Jacques.

The hoard contained 3, bronze coins of the late Roman and early Byzantine period. It was sold to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara by Hasan Aslan during the spring of and was acquired in two lots; the first, on 22 April, comprised coins, the second, on 9 May, 3, coins.

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