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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : John Kent
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This tenth volume of Roman Imperial Coinage completed the first edition of the series founded by Mattingly and Sydenham in 1923. Its layout is based on the division between the eastern and western parts of the empire, and the reigns of successive emperors. A further section deals with imitative coinages struck by certain of the barbarian peoples. There are detailed accounts of the monetary system and mints, and of the coin-types and legends. The catalogue comprises some 1,800 entries, each individually numbered, and illustrated by 80 plates. (NP The coinage is discussed not only in its historical setting, but also in a comprehensive and documented conceptual context, making RIC X essential reading for students of the late Roman and Byzantine period, as well as for collectors. This seminal volume is reprinted by Spink in 2018 to make it available again to all those interested in this fascinating period of Roman Imperial coinage. (NP) Dr John Kent joined the Department of Coins and Medals at the British Museum in 1953, and was Keeper from 1983 until his retirement in 1990. As well as being an editor of the Roman Imperial Coinage series, he is the author of Roman Imperial Coinage Volume VIII (1981).

The Roman Imperial Coinage Constantine and Licinius A D 313 337 by P M Bruun

Author : Carol Humphrey Vivian Sutherland
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Roman Imperial Coinage Volume X

Author : John Kent
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This tenth volume of Roman Imperial Coinage completed the first edition of the series founded by Mattingly and Sydenham in 1923. Its layout is based on the division between the eastern and western parts of the empire, and the reigns of successive emperors. A further section deals with imitative coinages struck by certain of the barbarian peoples. There are detailed accounts of the monetary system and mints, and of the coin-types and legends. The catalogue comprises some 1,800 entries, each individually numbered, and illustrated by 80 plates. (NP The coinage is discussed not only in its historical setting, but also in a comprehensive and documented conceptual context, making RIC X essential reading for students of the late Roman and Byzantine period, as well as for collectors. This seminal volume is reprinted by Spink in 2018 to make it available again to all those interested in this fascinating period of Roman Imperial coinage. (NP) Dr John Kent joined the Department of Coins and Medals at the British Museum in 1953, and was Keeper from 1983 until his retirement in 1990. As well as being an editor of the Roman Imperial Coinage series , he is the author of Roman Imperial Coinage Volume VIII (1981).

The Roman Imperial Coinage Valentinian I Theodosius I

Author : Harold Mattingly
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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : Harold Mattingly
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Barbarians on Roman Imperial Coins and Sculpture

Author : Annalina Caló Levi
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Roman Imperial Coins in the Hunter Coin Cabinet University of Glasgow Valerian I to Allectus

Author : Hunterian Museum (University of Glasgow)
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The Roman Imperial Coinage Valentinian I Theodosius I by J W E Pearce

Author : Harold Mattingly
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Roman Imperial Coinage II 3

Author : Richard Abdy
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The standard reference work for Roman Imperial coinage of Hadrian now occupies a fully revised and greatly expanded standalone volume to cover the last epoch of what many consider the apogee of Roman coinage – begun with Nero’s reform of AD 64 when great effort was taken over their iconographic designs. It is also a long overdue attempt to reconcile our increased 21st century understanding of this otherwise lightly documented reign of one of the key figures in Roman history. The rich symbolism of the reign is also expressed in prodigious issues of Hadrian’s medallic pieces, many covered in RIC for the first time.

Roman Imperial Coinage Volume I

Author : CHV Sutherland
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Dr CHV Sutherland was for many years Keeper of the Heberden Coin Room in the Ashmolean Museum, with a special interest in the Julio-Claudian emperors and their coinage from 31 BC to AD 69. From 1939 he was co-editor and part-author of Roman Imperial Coinage, successively, with Harold Mattingly and EA Sydenham, and with RAG Carson, devoting years to the fundamental revision and rewriting of Mattingley and Sydenham’s original Volume I (1923) of the series, published in 1984. (NP) Sutherland’s revised Volume I has been out of print now for some years, but his study of the Julio-Claudian coinage, being the formative period of the long imperial series, is made newly available by Spink in this handsome reprint.

Reading and Dating Roman Imperial Coins

Author : Zander H. Klawans
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Both the size and title of this book should immediately make manifest to all concerned that it has been written with the thought of serving as an introduction, only, to the vast study of the coins of the Roman Empire. Quite simply, if the reader is interested in beginning a collection of Roman coins, this book might prove to be of some assistance. It is sometimes difficult to understand why there are not more collectors of Roman coins. It is apparent that most people are fascinated by them. I have many times seen this fascination in the eyes of my own friends and acquaintances, so many of whom have no interest in either numismatics or the history of Rome. -- Amazon.com.

The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : Carol Humphrey Vivian Sutherland
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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : C. H. V. Sutherland
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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : C. H. V. Sutherland
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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : Ian Carradice
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Central to the study is the coinage of Antioch, one of the major provincial mints in the Roman Empire whose coinage has hitherto been largely neglected. Separate sections study the metrology and denominational structure of sequences of issues, and broader surveys cover the relationship of Syrian coinage to that of other provinces and to that of Rome itself. The study considers ways in which the Syrian coinage can be used to illuminate aspects of other provincial and Roman imperial coinages, such as the extent to which Roman provinces had a consistent 'monetary' policy in the eastern provinces, and whether the coinage of Rome was viewed as a 'preferred currency' in the east, as some scholars have suggested.

The Roman Imperial Coinage Augustus to Vitellius

Author : Harold Mattingly
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The Roman Imperial Coinage The family of Constantine I A D 337 364 by J P C Kent

Author : Carol Humphrey Vivian Sutherland
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The Roman Imperial coinage

Author : Carol Humphrey Vivian Sutherland
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The Roman Imperial Coinage

Author : John Philip Cozens Kent
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The Roman Imperial Coinage pt 1 Pertinax to Geta

Author : Harold Mattingly
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