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1 (Brett) Baldwin, Agnes THE ELECTRUM COINAGE OF LAMPSAKOS
American Numismatic Society 1914 Softcover Good 
Majority of pages unopened. Wraps are a bit browned. Wraps have moderate chipping and tears. ; 34 pages 
Price: 60.00 USD
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2 Adelson, Howard L. THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY, 1858-1958
American Numismatic Society 1958 0897220455 / 9780897220453 Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
Minor shelfwear else Fine. ; 390 pages 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 Album, Stephen MARSDEN'S NUMISMATA ORIENTALIA ILLUSTRATA A Guide to Islamic and Oriental Coins with Values
Attic Books 1977 0915018160 / 9780915018161 Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
Mild Staining to boards. Mild water damage along inner hinges but has not penetrated text. ; Chapters include Sikka, Sassanian, Arab, Byzantine, Umayyad, Abbasid, Sa'di Sharifs, Fatimids, Ayyubids, Mamluks and more... ; 318 pages 
Price: 100.00 USD
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4 Askew, Gilbert (compiled by) A CATALOGUE OF GREEK COINS
B. A. Seaby, Ltd. 1951 Softcover Very Good 
Spine slant. Occasional neat pencil check marks beside lot numbers. Creasing to corner of rear wrap. ; 124 pages 
Price: 12.00 USD
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5 Bellinger, Alfred Raymond ESSAYS ON THE COINAGE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT
Sanford J. Durst 1979 0915262339 / 9780915262335 Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
One light bump to top of spine else Fine. ; Reprint of the 1963 American Numismatic Society edition. Contents: The King's Money; King's Finances; Successors and the Cities; Sequence of Events. ; 132 pages 
Price: 55.00 USD
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6 Bendall, S. & P.J. Donald THE BILLON TRACHEA OF MICHAEL VIII PALAEOLOGOS, 1258-82
A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd 1974 0906919002 / 9780906919002 Softcover Very Good 
Minor shelfwear with rubbing to wraps. Inner covers slightly browned. Former owner's initials to ffep. ; 47 pages 
Price: 75.00 USD
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7 Bolin, Sture STATE AND CURRENCY In the Roman Empire to 300 A. D.
Goliardica 1973 Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
Very minor shelfwear. ; Unchanged reprint of 1958 Almqvist & Wiksell Edition. Contents: The Beginning; Coins of Varying Metallic Value; The Roman Monetary System; Denarius perpetuus and Gresham's Law; Laws Governing the Minting and Melting down of Coins; Aes grave and the Earliest As Reductions; The Republican Denarius; the Aureus; The Denarius during the Early Empire; The Copper Coinage during the Early Empire; The Monetary Crisis of the Third Century; Diocletian's Monetary Policy and Price Edict; Supplement. Hoards of Roman Denarii from 69 to c. 250 AD. ; 357 pages 
Price: 90.00 USD
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8 Brauer, George TARAS Its History and Coinage
Aristide D Caratzas Pub 1986 0892413778 / 9780892413775 Hardcover Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
Dustjacket has minor rubbing else Fine. ; Commercially, artistically, intellectually, and politically, the Spartan foundation of Taras in southern Italy ranks among the more important Greek cities of the Mediterranean area. Students of ancient Italy hear of it in its late stages as Tarentum, partner of Pyrrhus and friend of Hannibal. Students of ancient philosophy associate it with Archytas, rescuer of Plato. Students of numismatics identify it with one of the most varied and beautiful of Greek coinages. ; 231 pages 
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9 Brauer, George TARAS Its History and Coinage
Aristide D Caratzas Pub 1986 0892413778 / 9780892413775 Hardcover Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
Dustjacket has minor rubbing else Fine. ; Commercially, artistically, intellectually, and politically, the Spartan foundation of Taras in southern Italy ranks among the more important Greek cities of the Mediterranean area. Students of ancient Italy hear of it in its late stages as Tarentum, partner of Pyrrhus and friend of Hannibal. Students of ancient philosophy associate it with Archytas, rescuer of Plato. Students of numismatics identify it with one of the most varied and beautiful of Greek coinages. ; 231 pages 
Price: 80.00 USD
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10 Buttrey, Theodore V. & Ann Johnston & Kenneth M. Mackenzie & Michael L. Bates GREEK, ROMAN, AND ISLAMIC COINS FROM SARDIS
Harvard University Press 1982 0674363051 / 9780674363052 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Cover has adhesive stain from former sticker on bottom corner. Normal shelfwear and rubbing. ; Publication of coins found at Sardis from the 1958 to August 18th, 1972. The Byzantine section includes only coins from the 1969 season onward. ; Archaeological Exploration of Sardis; 274 pages 
Price: 48.00 USD
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11 Caltabiano, Maria Caccamo (A Cura Di) LA SICILIA TRA L'EGITTO E ROMA: LA MONETAZIONE SIRACUSANA DELL'ETÀ DI IERONE II Atti Del Seminario Di Studi Messina, 2-4 Dicembre 1993
Accademia Peloritana Dei Pericolanti 1995 Softcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 
Very light shelfwear to book. DJ has creasing to upper edge. ; Essays in Italian; Atti Accademia Peloritana Dei Pericolanti, Suppl. N. 1, Vol. LXIX (1993) ; 516 pages 
Price: 165.00 USD
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12 Carradice, Ian GREEK COINS
British Museum Press 1995 0714122106 / 9780714122106 Softcover Very Good 
Crease to front wrap. ; With maps and numerous b&w photos of coins. ; Classical Bookshelf; 116 pages 
Price: 12.00 USD
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13 Carson, R. A. G. COINS ANCIENT, MEDIAEVAL & MODERN Volume One: Coins of Greece and Rome
Hutchinson & Company 1971 0091048117 / 9780091048112 Softcover Good 
Laminate lifting from wraps. Some chipping and edgewear. Minor discoloration to wraps. Scholar's name to ffep (Robert Brown). ; 189 pp. + 25 pp; Vol. 1; 214 pages 
Price: 10.00 USD
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14 Cerfaux, L. , W. Peremans & A. Torhoudt (Eds. ) ANTIDORUM W. PEREMANS SEXAGENARIO AB ALUMNIS OBLATUM
Louvain Publications Universitaires De Louvain 1968 Softcover Very Good- 
Binding slanted. Wraps browned with some edgewear (light chipping). Light underlining to a couple of pages. Scholar's name to ffep (Christian Habicht). ; Li, 327pp, illustrated. ; Studia Hellenistica 16; 327 pages 
Price: 28.00 USD
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15 Chaves, María José & Rafael Chaves ACUÑACIONES PREVISIGODAS Y VISIGODAS EN HISPANIA Desde Honorio a Achila II
Madrid Editorial Vico-Segarra 1984 8485711122 / 9788485711123 Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
Very light shelfwear else fine. ; 186pp, well illustrated.; Catalogo General De Las Monedas Españolas II; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 186 pages 
Price: 50.00 USD
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16 Conophagos, Constantin E. LE LAURIUM ANTIQUE Et La Technique Grecque De La Production De L'Argent
Ekdotike Hellados 1980 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket Signed by Author
Gift inscription from author to J. F. Healy in black marker on half-title. Minor waviness to first 3 pages. Minor bumping to corners. Rear endpapers have small chips to foreedges. DJ spine is sunned and discolored. DJ has tears (some open with some loss) and chipping. ; 3 large loose folded maps in pocket at rear. ; 458 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 385.00 USD
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17 Cope, L. H. & C. E. King, J. P. Northover & T. Clay METAL ANALYSES OF ROMAN COINS MINTED UNDER THE ROMAN EMPIRE
British Museum Press 1997 0861591208 / 9780861591206 Softcover Near Fine 
Spine slightly discolored. Very light edgewear else Fine. ; British Museum Occasional Paper Number 120; 161 pages; This volume has two distinct sections. The first records and comments upon the results of L. H. Cope's metallurgical analyses of Roman Imperial coins. The commentary is based on Cope's own thesis and publications, and also takes into account work published since his death. The second part is a detailed analysis of coins from the period AD 260-275, which provides comprehensive analysis of a range of elements from a large sample, to answer questions raised by Cope on differences in alloy composition and stages of debasement. Analysis of results tables are presented in order to help others with their own research. 
Price: 240.00 USD
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18 Cox, Dorothy Cox A THIRD CENTURY HOARD OF TETRADRACHMS FROM GORDION
Phila University Museum Publications (U of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 1959 Softcover Very Good+ 
Scholar's name to ffep (William P. Anderson). ; V, 20pp, + 8pp of plates. ; Museum Monographs; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; 20 pages 
Price: 15.00 USD
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19 Dabbs, Jack Autrey DEI GRATIA IN ROYAL TITLES
Mouton 1971 Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Otherwise Fine. ; Study of the function of the "Divine Right" of Royal Titles in the historical development of Europe treated as an onomastic problem concentrating on the ritual or legalistic function. It begins with early concepts of the divine nature of kingship in pre-christian society and traces it to the present day. Looks at Roman Emperors from Coins; Merovingian French kings from coins; Early English Kings; Later English Kings from coins; Studies in European History; Vol. 22; 280 pages 
Price: 40.00 USD
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20 Donaldson, T. L. ; (J. E. McCarthy ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE On Greek and Roman Coins and Medals. Architectura Numismatica
Chicago Argonaut 1966 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Small sticker stain to ffep. Minor shelfwear to book. DJ is price-clipped. Some rubbing and chipping to DJ. DJ spine sunned. Dustjacket is protected in plastic sleeve. ; Reprint of Donaldson's Architectura Numismaticia, with a preface by J. E. McCarthy; Argonaut Library of Antiquities; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 361 pages 
Price: 23.00 USD
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21 Duncan-Jones, Richard MONEY AND GOVERNMENT IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE
Cambridge University Press 1998 0521648297 / 9780521648295 Softcover Near Fine 
Very light edgewear to corners of wraps. ; 0.69 x 8.96 x 6 Inches; 320 pages; This book discusses minting and financial policy in the first three centuries of the Roman Empire. By studying Roman coin-survivals in a wider context, the author uncovers important facts about the origin of coin hoards of the Principate. The resulting analyses use extensive coin material collected for the first time. Dr. Duncan-Jones builds up a picture of minting, financial policy and monetary circulation that adds substantially to our knowledge and that stands as the only study of its kind for this period. 
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22 Edwards, Katherine M. CORINTH, VOL. VI: COINS 1896-1929
American School of Classical Studies At Athens By Harvard University Press 1933 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to front inner cover. Fraying to top of spine. ; Xii, 172pp, 10pls. ; Corinth Volume VI; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; 172 pages 
Price: 340.00 USD
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23 Elmer, Georg VERZEICHNIS DER RÖMISCHEN REICHSPRÄGUNGEN VON AUGUSTUS BIS ANASTASIUS
Graz Akademie Druck- U. Verlagsanstalt 1956 Second Edition Softcover Very Good 
Light shelfwear. Faint crease to base of spine. ; 2nd ed. 30pp.; 30 pages 
Price: 10.00 USD
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24 Gardner, Percy & Reginald Stuart Poole (Preface) CATALOGUE OF GREEK COINS IN BRITISH MUSEUM Seleucid Kings of Syria
Sanford J. Durst 1983 091526286X / 9780915262861 Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
Very minor shelfwear. ; Reprint of 1878 Edition. 165 pages with 28 pages of plates. ; 165 pages 
Price: 75.00 USD
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25 Gramatopol, Mihai LES PIERRES GRAVÉES DU CABINET NUMISMATIQUE DE L'ACADÉMIE ROUMAINE
Latomus 1974 Softcover Near Fine 
Pages unopened. Very minor shelfwear. Else fine. ; 47 pl. At end. ; Collection Latomus Volume 138; 131 pages 
Price: 95.00 USD
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26 Grant, Michael ROMAN HISTORY FROM COINS Some Uses of the Imperial Coinage to the Historian
Cambridge University Press 1968 0521095492 / 9780521095495 Softcover Very Good 
Light foxing. Old price sticker to front wrap. ; 96 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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27 Grant, Michael ROMAN IMPERIAL MONEY
Thomas Nelson & Sons 1957 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Some foxing. Scholar's bookplate to ffep (G. P. Goold) with additional name in ink. Minor shelfwear to book. DJ is price-clipped. DJ is worn with chipping and tears. ; 324 pages 
Price: 38.00 USD
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28 Grella, Consalvo LE MONETE DEL MUSEO IRPINO DI AVELLINO
Naples Co. Be. Cam. (Consorzio Beni Culturali Campania) 1991 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket 
Light bump to 1 corner. Else book has very light shelfwear. DJ has small sticker stain to front panel with light edgewear and a couple of small tears to top of DJ spine. ; 155pp, illustrated. A near Fine copy in a smudged dustjacket.; 155 pages 
Price: 45.00 USD
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29 Grueber, H. A. COINS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM Volume III: Tables of Finds and Cognomina, Indexes, Plates, Etc.
British Museum Press 1970 0714108251 / 9780714108254 Hardcover Very Good+ in Good dust jacket 
Dustjacket is somewhat tattered with edgewear, chipping and tears. Light soiling to DJ. Light bumping to one corner of book and spine ends. ; Photolithographic Reprint First published 1910. 123 plates ; Vol. 3; 237 pages 
Price: 170.00 USD
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30 Hazzard, R. A. PTOLEMAIC COINS An Introduction for Collectors
Kirk & Bentley 1995 0969979304 / 9780969979302 Softcover Good+ Signed by Author
Front wrap is very wavy-- (moisture damage? ) with slight waviness to ffep. Inscribed by author to Gerald Jordan on ffep. ; 132 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 135.00 USD
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31 Head, Barclay Vincent HISTORIA NUMORUM A Manual of Greek Numismatics-- New and Enlarged Edition
Oxford Clarendon Press 1911 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Very good in faded boards. Light foxing on endpapers. Interior is clean and tight. ; Carnegie Institution of Washington publication; 966 pages 
Price: 340.00 USD
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32 Hollard, Dominique & Fernando López Sánchez LE CHRISME ET LE PHÉNIX Images monétaires et mutations idéologiques au IVe siècle
Diffusion De Boccard 2014 2356131108 / 9782356131102 Paperback Near Fine 
Very light shelfwear else fine. ; Les mutations majeures qui affectèrent l’empire romain du ive siècle sont au cœur des questionnements sur l’Antiquité tardive. En premier lieu, le passage du christianisme d’un statut de secte persécutée à celui de religion d’État, mais également la domination d’une armée de plus en plus barbarisée, contrôlant les empereurs bien plus qu’elle ne les sert. On peut aussi évoquer le développement d’une administration bureaucratique étouffante. Le souverain lui-même cesse d’être le Princeps, c’est-à-dire “Premier” des magistrats, pour devenir l’émanation de la sphère divine, censée procurer au monde romain des victoires perpétuelles. L’époque est aussi marquée par la pression croissante sur Rome des peuples barbares en mouvement et la confrontation récurrente avec le rival oriental : l’empire perse des Sassanides. Or, les monnaies nous parlent de tout cela. L’iconographie monétaire, élaborée avec soin par l’administration, a en charge de diffuser un discours idéologique qui légitime le pouvoir des souverains et de l’État. Ces images, souvent massivement reproduites, sont contemporaines des bouleversements qu’elles commentent. Elles constituent une source historique authentique et majeure, quoi que sous-exploitée, pour la compréhension des enjeux du Bas-Empire. Les études rassemblées dans cet ouvrage éclairent quelques-uns des aspects les plus saillants de l’imagerie numismatique entre l’avènement de Constantin (306) et la mort de Théodose (395). Elles révèlent en particulier la dynamique de deux symboles concurrents, parfois complémentaires mais souvent incompatibles : le Phénix, fabuleux volatile solaire aux renaissances multiples et le Chrisme, d’abord lumineux gage de victoire apparu à Constantin, puis emblème dynastique et signe chrétien. Défrichant des voies encore trop peu empruntées, ces études de cas se veulent une incitation à examiner plus largement une imagerie souvent jugée à tort terne et répétitive, pour réinsérer pleinement la numismatique de l’empire tardif au centre des recherches historiques. ; Ausonius Éditions Scripta Antiqua 63; 230 pages 
Price: 40.00 USD
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33 Holt, Frank Lee THUNDERING ZEUS The Making of Hellenistic Bactria
University of California Press 1999 0520211405 / 9780520211407 Hardcover Fine in Fine dust jacket 
Thundering Zeus uses an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to resolve one of the greatest puzzles in all of Hellenistic history. This book explores the remarkable rise of a Greek-ruled kingdom in ancient Bactria (modern Afghanistan) during the third century B. C. Diodotus I and II, whose dynasty emblazoned its coins with the dynamic image of Thundering Zeus, led this historic movement by breaking free of the Seleucid Empire and building a strong independent state in Central Asia. The chronology and crises that defined their reigns have been established here for the first time, and Frank Holt sets this new history into the larger context of Hellenistic studies. The best sources for understanding Hellenistic Bactria are archaeological, and they include a magnificent trove of coins. In addition to giving a history of Bactria, Thundering Zeus provides a catalog of these coins, as well as an introduction to the study of numismatics itself. Holt presents this fascinating material with the precision and acuity of a specialist and with the delight of an admirer, providing an up-to-date full catalog of known Diodotid coinage, and illustrating twenty-three coins. This succinct, energetic narrative thunders across the history of Hellenistic Bactria, exhuming coins, kingdoms, and customs as it goes. The result is a book that is both a history and a history of discovery, with much to offer those interested in ancient texts, archaeology, and coins. ; Hellenistic Culture and Society; 0.77 x 9.24 x 6.38 Inches; 221 pages 
Price: 60.00 USD
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34 Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich & Percy Gardner & Al. N. Oikonomides ANCIENT COINS ILLUSTRATING LOST MASTERPIECES OF GREEK ART A Numismatic Commentary on Pausanias. New Enlarged Edition with Introduction, Commentary and Notes
Argonaut, Inc. 1964 Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 
Book has very minor shelfwear else fine. DJ has minor edgewear and rubbing and 1 small chip. Tiny ink stain to rear panel of DJ. ; Argonaut Library of Antiquities; 176 pages 
Price: 30.00 USD
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35 Kanael, Baruch ALTJÜDISCHE MÜNZEN Literaturüberblicke Der Griechischen Numismatik
Verlag Michael Lassleben Kallmünz Opf. 1967 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Scholar's name to ffep (Christian Habicht) ; corners a bit bumped. ; Sonderdruck aus Jahrbuch für Numismatik unf Geldgeschichte, herausgegeben von der Bayerischen Numismatischen Gesellshaft 17. Jahrgang 1967 pp 157-298. ; 141 pages 
Price: 22.00 USD
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36 Kent, J. P. C. THE PATTERN OF BRONZE COINAGE UNDER CONSTANTINE I AND CARAUSIUS II Fact or Fiction?
Oxford Numismatic Chronicle 1957 Softcover Good+ Signed by Author
Wraps browned. Inscribed by author on front cover, a few ink notes and underlining, else VG. ; Reprinted from the Numismatic Chronicle, 6th series, Vol. XVII (1957) , pp16-83, pls3-8. ; Reprinted from the Numismatic Chronicle, 6th Series, Vol. XVII (1957) ; 67 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 23.00 USD
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37 Kent, J. P. C. & K. S. Painter (Eds) WEALTH OF THE ROMAN WORLD AD 300-700
Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Publications 1977 0714100617 / 9780714100616 Softcover Very Good 
Light browning to part of textblock. Top corner bumped. ; This book was designed to complement the 1977 exhibition at the British Museum. It has been assembled to show the wealth of the ancient world as it entered into a period of barbaric invasion and taste. ; 192 pages 
Price: 8.00 USD
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38 Knobel, E. B. & W. W. Midgley & J. G. Milne & M. A. Murray & W. M. F. Petrie HISTORICAL STUDIES
British School of Archaeology in Egypt 1911 Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Light foxing. Corners bumped. Edgewear along bottom edge; Published by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Bernard Quaritch. Contents: Egyptian Festivals and Nile Shrines; Heliacal rising of Sirius; Application of the Kalendar to History; Length of egyptian History; Nomes of Egypt; Island of Besa; The Roman Coinage of Alexandria; Roman Glazing Kilns; Linen of the Third Dynasty; An egyptian Hippocampus; Figure-Vases in Egypt. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall 
Price: 150.00 USD
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39 Leschhorn, Wolfgang & Auguste V. B. Miron & Andrei Miron (Eds. ) HELLAS UND DER GRIECHISCHE OSTEN Studien Zur Geschichte Und Numismatik Der Griechischen Welt. Festschrift Für Peter Robert Franke Zum 70. Geburtstag
Saarbrucken Sdv Saarbrücker Druckerei Und Verlag 1996 3930843129 / 9783930843121 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Upper corners a bit rounded. Light shelfwear. ; 299pp, 11pls. S. Deger-Jalkotzy: "Hier können die Achäer nicht alle König sein" Zur Geschichte des Frühgriechischen Königtums. S. Düll: Der thrakische Reiter von Ainos in Thrakien: Aspekte zur Antikerezeption in genuesicher Zeit. D. Golan: Polybius´Aristaenus. D. O. A. Klose: Münzprägung und städtische Identität: Smyrna in der Römischen Kaiserzeit. S. Lavva: Telephanes Phoceus. W. Leschhorn: Die Königsfamilie in der Politik. Zur Mitwirkung der Attalidenfamilie an der Regierung des Pergamenischen Reiches. K. Liampi: Das Corpus der Obolen und Hemiobolen des Thessalischen Bundes und die politische Geschichte Thessaliens im 2. Viertel des 5. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. A. Mehl: Zyperns Städte im Hellenismus: Verfassung, Verwaltung und führende Gesellschaft. A. V. B. Miron: Alexander von Abonuteichos. Zur Geschichte des Orakels des Neos Asklepios Glykon. C. W. Müller: Amasis und Anarchis. Zur Geschichte des Motivs vom Bogen als Gleichnis menschlicher Lebensführung. M. K. & J. Nollé: Gamerses. Überlegungen zur Identität eines lokalen Münzherrn im Achämenidenreich. M. & B. Overbeck: Römische Bleimarken als Zeugnis des ersten Jüdischen Krieges. R. Schmitt: Considerations on the Name of the Black Sea: What Can the Historian Learn from It? W. Stolba: Ein Münzfund aus Eupatoria von 1917 und der Beginn der Prägung von Kerkinitis. G. Stumpf: Die Athenischen Symmorien. J. Touloumakos: Historische Personennamen und Geschichtsbewusstsein in den griechischen Städten des Bosporanischen Reiches. R. Werner: Die Thraker und ihre Nachbarstämme. Die Beziehungen der Thraker zu Skythen, Illyriern und Kelten. U. Westermark: Influences from South Italy on Early Macedonian Bronze Coins. ; 299 pages 
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40 Manders, Erika COINING IMAGES OF POWER Patterns in the Representation of Roman Emperors on Imperial Coinage, A. D. 193-284
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2008 9090237534 / 9789090237534 Softcover Near Fine 
Very light shelfwear else Fine. ; Proefschrift (Diss. ) ; 267 pages 
Price: 140.00 USD
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41 Markou, Evangeline COINAGE AND HISTORY The Case of Cyprus During the Archaic and Classical Periods
Nicosia Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation 2015 9963429548 / 9789963429547 Softcover Very Good+ 
Very light shelfwear else fine. ; Bilingual edition (Greek/English). The present study is an enriched version of the lecture given on the 8th of October 2013 in the framework of the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation’s lecture series. The study aims to assist researchers, students and anyone interested in improving their understanding of Cypriot numismatics. 45 colour and 45 b&w photos of coins ; Lectures on the History of Coinage- 6; 171 pages 
Price: 65.00 USD
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42 Markou, Evangéline L'OR DES ROIS DE CHYPRE Numismatique Et Histoire à L'Époque Classique
Diffusion De Boccard 2011 9607905555 / 9789607905550 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
2 corners are bumped. ; Oversized. XLIV-379 p. , 139 ill. , 35 pl. Photo. Dont 8 en couleurs; Meletemata 64; Centre De Recherches De L'Antiquite Grecque Et Romaine. Fondation Nationale De La Recherche Scientifique; 379 pages; Au cours du IVe siècle avant J. -C. , certains royaumes chypriotes frappent des monnaies d'or, phénomène d’autant plus remarquable qu’en dehors des dariques en or du Grand Roi achéménide, la frappe de ce métal est extrêmement rare avant l’émission de statères d’or de Philippe II de Macédoine. Quels sont les rois chypriotes qui ont frappé des monnaies en or ? Dans quels royaumes, quand et pourquoi ? D’où provient l’or ? Les émissions sont-elles régulières ? Quel est le rapport entre ces monnayages et l’histoire politique de Chypre ? Quelle est la place de ces monnaies dans la circulation monétaire de l’époque, quel est l’étalon monétaire utilisé et le taux de change entre le monnayage en or et celui en argent ? La réponse aux questions posées ci-dessous sera donnée à partir du corpus par coin des monnaies en or des rois de Chypre et à partir de leur métrologie et de leur composition métallique. Dans ce livre, où le témoignage des sources littéraires, épigraphiques et archéologiques est associé à celui des monnaies, la politique monétaire des rois chypriotes est analysée afin d'éclairer l’histoire de Chypre jusqu’à la fin des royaumes autonomes. 
Price: 160.00 USD
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43 Mattingly, Harold ROMAN COINS From the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire
Methuen & Company 1928 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Scholar's bookplate to ffep (G. P. Goold) with additional name in ink. Minor shelfwear to book. Faint bump to 1 corner. Endpapers tanned. ; Methuen's Handbooks of Archaeology; 300 pages 
Price: 38.00 USD
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44 Meshorer, Ya'akov Meshorer JEWISH COINS OF THE SECOND TEMPLE PERIOD
Tel Aviv Am Hassefer and Massada 1967 Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket 
Book has light shelfwear. Dustjacket has shelfwear and rubbing. One tear on front panel (1 inch). ; Based on historical research and recent archaeological finds, brings our numismatic knowledge of the Jewish coins of the Second Temple period up to date. Contains 32 plates, with over 300 coins. Text is in English. ; 184 pages 
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45 Metcalf, D. M. COINAGE AS EVIDENCE FOR THE CHANGING PROSPERITY OF CYPRUS IN BYZANTINE AND MEDIEVAL TIMES With Two Introductory Notes on James R. Stewart and the Stavrokonnou Hoard by R. S. Merilles and D. M. Metcalf
Nicosia Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation 2003 9963428134 / 9789963428137 Softcover Near Fine 
Very faint bump to top of spine else fine. ; Stapled booklet. Metcalf examines how coinage can provide evidence for the study of the changing prosperity of Medieval Cyprus. Following an overview of his subject, the author focuses on two examples: the first concerns the effects on monetary economy caused by the loss of Famagusta to the Genoese in 1371. The second explores the effect of the Arab raids on the coinage of Cyprus during the second half of the seventh century. Both examples shed light on the methods required for establishing the relation between Coinage and History. The first half of the publication makes reference to James R. Stewart and the Stavrokonnos hoard. The presentation is completed by two annexes. ; Lectures on the History of Coinage- 4; 42 pages 
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46 Mørkholm, Otto (Morkholm) STUDIES IN THE COINAGE OF ANTIOCHUS IV OF SYRIA
Ejnar Munksgaard 1963 Softcover Very Good 
Wraps have browning. Light shelfwear to wraps with a bit of creasing to upper corners. ; Contents: Chapter I: Antioch on the Orontes; Series I, II, III, Chronology and Weights; Chapter II: Ace-Ptolemais; Series I, II, Chronology and Weights; Chapter III: The Portrait; Chapter IV: The God Manifest. ; Det Kgl. Danske Videnskabernes Selskab. , Historisk-Filologiske Meddelelser 40, 3; 75 pages; Presents a new classification of the silver and gold coinages of Antiochus IV struck at Antioch on the Orontes and Ace-Ptolemais. Suggest changes in the accepted chronology and investigates the weight system. Includes 15 pages of plates. Scarce. 
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47 Newell, Edward T. FIVE GREEK BRONZE COIN HOARDS
1935 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. Important study in which Bluma Trell used coins as an aid to archaeology. She pushed the study forward, especially in the use of bronze coins, which had previously been neglected. A model she constructed of the temple of Artemis based on coin illustrations was displayed for a time in the British Museum. ; Numismatic Notes and Monographs 68; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 67 pages 
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48 Paul, George MacKay & Michael Ierardi (eds.) ROMAN COINS AND PUBLIC LIFE UNDER THE EMPIRE E. Togo Salmon Papers II
University of Michigan Press 1999 0472108751 / 9780472108756 Hardcover Fine in Fine dust jacket 
Dustjacket is protected in mylar. ; 0.72 x 9.48 x 6.2 Inches; 216 pages; Roman coins often shed light on Roman public life and society through the legends, portraits, and images they bear. The papers collected in this volume were originally presented at the Second E. Togo Salmon Conference on Roman Studies. The eight contributors are specialists in Roman coins or Roman history and in the relations between them. Coins are a unique source of information about the Roman world. In the case of the Roman Empire they were issued by or with the approval of the ruling power. The representations and legends they show therefore present an official view of contemporary affairs. The coins themselves, minted for official purposes such as paying the army, when studied carefully can help reconstruct official policies. They can also occasionally reveal what monuments now lost may have looked like. It is not infrequent to come across pleas that the ancient historian should make more frequent use of numismatic evidence. These essays make clear that efforts are being made both by numismatists and by historians to bring the two disciplines together. At the same time the papers reveal that the task is by no means a straightforward one. The survival of Roman coins is variable, and so attempts to reconstruct the size and distribution of issues calls for skilled and experienced analysis. This collection of papers provides evidence for the kind of deductions that the historian may make from Roman coins as well as the illustrations of the pitfalls that await the unwary. Those interested in Roman history, amateur coin collectors, and professional numismatists will all find much here to widen their knowledge of the public context of Roman coins. Contributors: William E. Metcalf, P. Bruun, Barbara Levick, R. P. Duncan-Jones, Anthony Barrett, Duncan Fishwick, C. E. King, Andrew Burnett. 
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49 Paul, George MacKay & Michael Ierardi (eds.) ROMAN COINS AND PUBLIC LIFE UNDER THE EMPIRE E. Togo Salmon Papers II
University of Michigan Press 1999 0472108751 / 9780472108756 Hardcover Fine in Fine dust jacket 
0.72 x 9.48 x 6.2 Inches; 216 pages; Roman coins often shed light on Roman public life and society through the legends, portraits, and images they bear. The papers collected in this volume were originally presented at the Second E. Togo Salmon Conference on Roman Studies. The eight contributors are specialists in Roman coins or Roman history and in the relations between them. Coins are a unique source of information about the Roman world. In the case of the Roman Empire they were issued by or with the approval of the ruling power. The representations and legends they show therefore present an official view of contemporary affairs. The coins themselves, minted for official purposes such as paying the army, when studied carefully can help reconstruct official policies. They can also occasionally reveal what monuments now lost may have looked like. It is not infrequent to come across pleas that the ancient historian should make more frequent use of numismatic evidence. These essays make clear that efforts are being made both by numismatists and by historians to bring the two disciplines together. At the same time the papers reveal that the task is by no means a straightforward one. The survival of Roman coins is variable, and so attempts to reconstruct the size and distribution of issues calls for skilled and experienced analysis. This collection of papers provides evidence for the kind of deductions that the historian may make from Roman coins as well as the illustrations of the pitfalls that await the unwary. Those interested in Roman history, amateur coin collectors, and professional numismatists will all find much here to widen their knowledge of the public context of Roman coins. Contributors: William E. Metcalf, P. Bruun, Barbara Levick, R. P. Duncan-Jones, Anthony Barrett, Duncan Fishwick, C. E. King, Andrew Burnett. 
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50 Penna, Vasso BYZANTINE COINAGE Medium of Transaction and Manifestation of Imperial Propaganda
Nicosia Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation 2002 9963428088 / 9789963428083 Softcover Near Fine 
Very light shelfwear else fine. ; Bilingual edition (Greek/English). Lecture delivered by Vasso Penna in May 2000. The author uses charts to present the Byzantine monetary system. She also gives an account of how Byzantine currency was used both as an international monetary unit in transactions and an expression of imperial propaganda. The publication includes a list of coins and forty colour photographs. ; Lectures on the History of Coinage- 3; 152 pages; Greek Title: To Byzantino Nomisma: Méso ouvallagés kai ékphrase autokratorikés propagandas. 
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