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Coinage And History Of The Roman Empire

Author : David Vagi
ISBN : 9781135971250
Genre : History
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First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Coinage And History Of The Roman Empire C 82 B C A D 480 History

Author : David L. Vagi
ISBN : 1579583164
Genre : History
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Chapter 7: Crisis and Decline, A.D. 235-268 -- Chapter 8: Recovery of Empire, A.D. 268-285 -- Chapter 9: The Separatist Empires -- Chapter 10: The Tetrarchy, c. A.D. 284-313 -- Chapter 11: The Constantinian Era, c. A.D. 313-364 -- A Brief Introduction to the Divided Empire -- Chapter 12: The Western Roman Empire, A.D. 364-480 -- Chapter 13: The Eastern Roman Empire, A.D. 364-491 -- Bibliography -- Index -- Volume II -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- How to Use the Coin Catalog -- Abbreviations of Terms -- References Commonly Cited
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Coinage In The Roman Economy 300 B C To A D 700

Author : Kenneth W. Harl
ISBN : 0801852919
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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In Coinage in the Roman Economy, 300 B.C. to A.D. 700, noted classicist and numismatist Kenneth W. Harl brings together these two fields in the first comprehensive history of how Roman coins were minted and used.
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Coinage And Identity In The Roman Provinces

Author : Christopher Howgego
ISBN : 0199237840
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Coins were the most deliberate of all symbols of public communal identities, yet the Roman historian will look in vain for any good introduction to, or systematic treatment of, the subject. Sixteen leading international scholars have sought to address this need by producing this authoritative collection of essays, which ranges over the whole Roman world from Britain to Egypt, from 200 BC to AD 300. The subject is approached through surveys of the broad geographical and chronological structure of the evidence, through chapters which focus on ways of expressing identity, and through regional studies which place the numismatic evidence in local context.
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The Monetary System Of The Romans

Author : Ian J. Sellars
Genre : Art
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"The Monetary System of the Romans" provides a comprehensive and visual portrayal of the evolution of the Roman monetary system from its inception in the late fifth century BC to the bronze reform of Anastasius in 498AD. It chronologically traces the key developments in the coinage of the Roman world, covering topics such as denominations, metrology, alloys, mints, monetary edicts and more. For every issuing authority, whether it be the Senate, imperator, usurper or emperor, exemplary specimens of each denomination are discussed and clearly illustrated. With 820 pages and over 2000 full colour high resolution photographs from the world's most esteemed auction houses, this novel format provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject of Roman numismatics and will be useful to both students of history and collectors alike.
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The Monetary Systems Of The Greeks And Romans

Author : W. V. Harris
ISBN : 9780191615177
Genre : History
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Most people have some idea what Greeks and Romans coins looked like, but few know how complex Greek and Roman monetary systems eventually became. The contributors to this volume are numismatists, ancient historians, and economists intent on investigating how these systems worked and how they both did and did not resemble a modern monetary system. Why did people first start using coins? How did Greeks and Romans make payments, large or small? What does money mean in Greek tragedy? Was the Roman Empire an integrated economic system? This volume can serve as an introduction to such questions, but it also offers the specialist the results of original research.
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The Roman Empire

Author : Colin Michael Wells
ISBN : 0674777700
Genre : History
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This sweeping history of the Roman Empire from 44 B.C. to A.D. 235 has three purposes: to describe what was happening in the central administration and in the entourage of the emperor; to indicate how life went on in Italy and the provinces, in the towns, in the countryside, and in the army camps; and to show how these two different worlds impinged on each other. Colin Wells's vivid account is now available in an up-to-date second edition.
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Coining Images Of Power

Author : Erika Manders
ISBN : 9789004189706
Genre : History
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Based on a quantitative and qualitative analysis of 8227 coin types, this book describes and interprets the diachronic development of the representation of Roman emperors on imperial coins issued between 193 and 284.
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Ancient History From Coins

Author : Christopher Howgego
ISBN : 9781134877836
Genre : History
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Like other volumes in this series, Ancient History from Coins demystifies a specialism, introducing students (from first year upwards) to the techniques, methods, problems and advantages of using coins to do ancient history. Coins are a fertile source of information for the ancient historian; yet too often historians are uneasy about using them as evidence because of the special problems attaching to their interpretation. The world of numismatics is not always easy for the non-specialist to penetrate or understand with confidence. Dr Howgego describes and anlyses the main contributions the study of coins can make to ancient history, showing shows through numerous examples how the character, patterns and behaviour of coinage bear on major historical themes. Topics range from state finance and economic policy to imperial domination and political propaganda through coins types. The period covered by the book is from the invention of coinage (ca 600BC) to AD 400.
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