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Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, cop. Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. Numismatic notes and monographs ; New York : American Numismatic Society, This book represents a huge advance on the previous study of the material in Chester Starr's 'Athenian Coinage, B. Fischer Bossert has collected more than three times as many specimens as were known to Starr, and has provided a full account of the known forgeries drawn from the photo-files of major dealers, scholars and museums.
This is an indispensable work for all interested in the coinage and history 5 th -Century B. In addition, its judicious discussion of the history of the forgery of these remarkable coins will make this volume a handbook for all serious collectors of ancient Greek coinage. Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88 p.
Flament, Christophe. Revue Belge de Numismatique p. Flament, O. Lateano, G.
By joining the competences of both physicists and numismatists, the main aim of this research is to solve a problem for which the traditional methods of numismatics are useless; the classification of the Athenian coinage during the second half of the 5th century B. Hundreds of coins have been analysed by the PIXE method at low incident proton energy in order to determine minor trace elements in the silver rich alloy.
By this way, we hope firstly to find in this abundant coinage traces of historical events and secondly, that the determination of metal composition will enable us to identify the ancient imitations of Athenian coins struck at the end of the 5th century B. One of the main results of those analyses is that the metallic composition of several coins usually taken as ancient imitations of Athenian money does not actually differ from that of the genuine ones. Fox, H. Revue Numismatique 3 e ser.
The power of money : coinage and politics in the Athenian Empire
Gardner, Percy Journal of Hellenic Studies 33 p. Giovannini, Adalberto. Athenian currency in the late fifth and early fourth century B. Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies 16 2 p. Hill, George Francis Numismatic Chronicle 3 rd ser. Holloway, Robert Ross Ross Holloway.
Kambanis , Michel L. Kleiner , Fred S. The Agora excavations and Athenian bronze coinage, B.
Hesperia 45 1 January-March p. Hesperia 44 3 July-September p. Knoepfler, Denis Museum Helveticum 44 4 p. Museum Helveticum 46 4 p. Sitzungsberichte der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin p.go
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Kosmetatou, Elizabeth. Kraay, Colin Mackennal Numismatic Chronicle 6 th ser. Kroll, John Hennig Offprint from: Revue Belge de Numismatique p. The Athenian components of several of these hoards together with other published and unpublished tetradrachms make it clear that this coinage of c.
Revue Numismatique p. Preliminary report on a ca. One of these tetradrachms belongs to the earliest 4 th -century coinage to depict Athena with a profile eye. It is proposed that this early profile-eye coinage began probably in the s or s and was replaced by the mechanical and hastily struck pi-style silver in the later s. Kroll , John H. Hesperia 42 3 July- September p. Kroll ; with contrib. Offprint from: Revue Belge de Numismatique In addition, the paper contends that the heterogeneous tetradrachms and fractions should be accepted as genuine Athenian emissions, and that the 3 rd -century tetrobols are still best interpreted as specie minted for compensating garrison troops in Attica.
The reminting of Athenian silver coinage, B. Offprint from: Hesperia 80 p. Combining evidence from Athenian silver coins, an unpublished Agora inscription, and several accounts concerning historical figures, this article reconstructs the Athenian program of b.
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Small bronze tokens from the Athenian Agora: 'symbola' or 'kollyboi'? This publication of 11 small bronze tokens diam. The paper concludes that, whereas a kollybos was a monetary value, it was never coined in the time of Old Comedy, and that the essentially fourth century and Hellenistic date of the tokens and their similarities to larger Athenian tokens of lead, bronze, and clay imply that these small tokens should not be regarded as coins.
Hesperia 46 2 April-June p. What about coinage? Studies on the hellenistic coinage of Athens : the impact of Macedonia on the Athenian money market in the 3 rd century B. MacDonald, David. MacDonald, George Mosch, Hans-Christoph von. Naster, Paul Oeconomides, Mando The Ano Voula hoard, probably buried at the end of the Peloponnesian War, is made up of 30 Athenian silver coins 12 tetradrachms, 17 drachms and 1 triobol. Prokesch-Osten, Anton von Philosophisch-historische Klasse p.
The law of Nicophon SEG This paper has two aims. The first is to propose the restoration 'ektypon' at the end of line 9 of the law of Nicophon. The second is to show that the law permits the circulation of Athenian imitations at Athens. One law or two laws on approvers of silver coinage proposed by Nikophon SEG Puglisi, Mariangela.
Rivista Italiana di Numismatica 97 p. Weissensee : G. Grossmann, Shear, Josephine Platter. Hesperia 5 3 p. Hesperia 2 2 p.
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