7.40. 7.41. 7.42. 7.43. 7.44. 7.45. 7.46. 7.47. 7.48. 7.49. 7.50. 7.51. 7.52. 7.53. Fig. 7.54. Percentage of Iron Age copper-alloy hoard coins and PAS coins in East Anglia by county. Potin coins from hoards and on the PAS database.
Author: Roger Bland
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
More coin hoards have been recorded from Roman Britain than from any other province of the Empire. This comprehensive and lavishly illustrated volume provides a survey of over 3260 hoards of Iron Age and Roman coins found in England and Wales with a detailed analysis and discussion. Theories of hoarding and deposition and examined, national and regional patterns in the landscape settings of coin hoards presented, together with an analysis of those hoards whose findspots were surveyed and of those hoards found in archaeological excavations. It also includes an unprecedented examination of the containers in which coin hoards were buried and the objects found with them. The patterns of hoarding in Britain from the late 2nd century BC to the 5th century AD are discussed. The volume also provides a survey of Britain in the 3rd century AD, as a peak of over 700 hoards are known from the period from AD 253296. This has been a particular focus of the project which has been a collaborative research venture between the University of Leicester and the British Museum funded by the AHRC. The aim has been to understand the reasons behind the burial and non-recovery of these finds. A comprehensive online database (https://finds.org.uk/database) underpins the project, which also undertook a comprehensive GIS analysis of all the hoards and field surveys of a sample of them.
After them, the compiler of this Bibliography was appointed Numismatist at the Museum, and he examined the coin hoards till he left Bombay in 1963. Working with the coins, since long I had been realising the neccessity of the study of ...
13 Coin Supply and Longevity of Circulation : Three Case Studies from Hoards in North - West Europe Benjamin D. R. Hellings INTRODUCTION In the study and use of material culture , coins have the benefit of being exceptionally well ...
Author: Jerome Mairat
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Business & Economics
This volume presents fourteen chapters discussing coin hoarding in the Roman Empire from c. 30 BC to AD 400. The chapters cover topics including the statistics used to analyse patterns of hoarding, regional studies, and the evidence about monetary circulation in the Roman Empire provided by hoard discoveries.
Alexander's conquest , but there is hardly any sign of an overlap ( in hoard 1663 there was possibly an Alexander coin in an “ Athenian ” hoard ) ; accordingly all Athenian hoards are here placed in the sequence before those of the ...
Author: Otto Morkholm
Publisher: American Numismatic Society
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
An inventory of 2387 hoards of Greek hoards with a cut-off point of 30 BC. The hoards are presented geographically, beginning with Greece itself and encompassing the Near East, Egypt, Italy, North Africa, Spain and Gaul.
A hoard of 164 bronze coins of Colophon dating to the late fourth century BC has recently been found in excavations between the temples of Apollo and Artemis at Claros (de la Genière 1989: 290, 298 and figs. 10-11).
A Cunningham, Coins of Ancient India. A.N. Lahri, Corpus of Indo-Greek Coin A.K. Narain, Indo-Greeks A.S. Altekar, Catalogue of the Gupta Gold Coins in the Bayana Hoard. B. Chattopadhyaya, A age of Kushanas - A Numismatic study.
Author: Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain)Publish On: 1985
coin in the hoard , even in cases where coins remain illegible . I have added a question - mark to the date when there is considerable doubt concerning the actual composition of the hoard , where it is possible either that it may have ...
In dating coin finds , a great deal of stress is laid upon the condition of the pieces . ... been chronologi- cally arranged , and the fleur - de - coin pieces 1 in the hoard confirm one another , then there NUMISMATIC NOTES 26 COIN HOARDS.
A similar pattern can be followed for coin hoards of the mid - fourth century . Siscia is strongly represented in many hoards . Of the western mints Aquileia , Rome and Treveri are the ones with the highest percentages , but coins ...
Types of Hoards As has been stated above , hoards are analysed mainly to answer two broad sets of questions concerning ... The second approach tries to utilize the data contained in hoards for a reconstruction of past coin stock in its ...
Author: Jaroslav Strnad
Based On The Inventory Published By The State Museum, Lucknow This Study Attempts To Reconstruct The Quantitative Characteristics Of The Mughal Silver Coinage Between 1560 And 1760 In What Is Now The Uttar Pradesh. Apart From Discussing Basic Principles, The Author Suggests The Reasons For The Absence Of The Price Revolution During This Important Phase Of Mughal India`S 17Th Century.