2 edition of Coins from the Roman through the Venetian period found in the catalog.
Coins from the Roman through the Venetian period
|Statement||by Margaret Thompson.|
|Series||Athenian Agora -- v. 2|
|LC Classifications||DF287.A23 A5 vol. 2, CJ893.A8 A5 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 122 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||122|
Holy Land. Roman period, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Cute little bronze frog amulet! L: 2 cm (3/4"), suspension loop intact and strong. Olive-green patina, reddish earthen deposits. In the ancient Near East the frog was a symbol of fertility. In the season after the Nile flooded, . Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period: Author: Thompson, M. Abstract: Of coins that were recovered from the Athenian Agora during excavations from to , this catalogue prese These range in date from the last century of the Roman Republic to the declining years of the Republic of Venice.
The ducat (/ ˈ d ʌ k ə t /) was a gold or silver coin used as a trade coin in Europe from the later Middle Ages until as late as the 20th century. Many types of ducats had various metallic content and purchasing power throughout the period. The gold ducat of Venice gained wide international acceptance, like the medieval Byzantine hyperpyron and the Florentine florin, or the modern British. In the Hunt sale, out of coins from our period of interest (), only 86 were silver (10%). In the Stack’s sale, out of coins from the same years, only 20 were silver (%).Author: Mike Markowitz.
Sino-Roman relations comprised the mostly indirect contact, flow of trade goods, information, and occasional travellers between the Roman Empire and Han Empire of China, as well as between the later Eastern Roman Empire and various Chinese empires inched progressively closer in the course of the Roman expansion into the ancient Near East and simultaneous Han Chinese military. - Vatican, Roman Senate Period Gold Ducat Coin (Fiorino Romano) Mint Period: AD Obverse: St. Peter standing right, presenting banner to kneeling senator. Gear wheel beneath Senator´s initials (M-B) in fields! Legend: • S • PЄTRVS • E NATOR • VRBI • / NAS (vertical along banner) Reverse: Christ standing facing, .
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Coins from the Roman through the Venetian period. Princeton, N.J., The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Thompson.
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The governor of the Ionian Islands during the Venetian period was the Provveditore generale da Mar, who resided on Corfu. Additionally, each island's authorities were divided into the Venetian and the domestic authorities. The economy of the islands was based on exporting local goods, primarily raisins, olive oil and wine, whereas Venetian lira Capital: Corfu.
The solidus (Latin for "solid"; pl. solidi), nomisma (Greek: νόμισμα, nómisma, lit. "coin"), or bezant was originally a relatively pure gold coin issued in the Late Roman Constantine, who introduced it on a wide scale, it had a weight of about was largely replaced in Western Europe by Pepin the Short's currency reform, which introduced the silver-based pound.
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[This is a very important work, but has little to do with anonymous folles except for the possibility that mints other than Constantinople are identifed in the time period of the book and those mints may have existed earlier and issued anonymous folles.] Thompson, Margaret.
The Athenian Agora, II. Coins from the Roman through the Venetian. Roman Gold & Silver Coins from India: A Collectors Guide Brief chapters on hoard finds and Indo-Roman trade, but essentially a guide to basic coin types for Indian collectors unfamiliar with Roman coins.
43p+8pl, sc, 7x", Rapson, E.J. THE ATHENIAN AGORA RESULTS OF EXCAVATIONS CONDUCTED BY THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS. VOLUME II. COINS FROM THE ROMAN THROUGH THE VENETIAN PERIOD: Thompson Margaret: The coin types of imperial Rome: with 28 plates and 2 synoptical tables: Gnecchi Francesco: NEW: The coinage and chronology of Seller Rating: % positive.
[Publication] Agora II: Coins: From the Roman through the Venetian Thompson, M Of coins that were recovered from the Athenian Agora during excavations from tothis catalogue prese These range in date from the last century of the Roman Republic to The American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Filed under: Coins, Roman -- Greece -- Athens. Coins from the Roman Through the Venetian Period (Athenian Agora series, v2; Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, ), by Margaret Thompson (PDF in Greece) Filed under: Portrait sculpture in numismatics -- Greece -- Athens.
Thompson, Margaret — The Athenian Agora II: Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period (Princeton, ). Thordeman, Bengt — "Coin-Finds in Sweden: Legislation and Organization," Transactions of the International Numismatic Congress, London (London, ), – This success was short lived however, as large quantities of coins were imported once more by Venetian merchants in the early 16th century.
Venetian soldini span the period c The dates of these coins show that the majority entered England in two substantial incursions: the first c under Doge Michele Steno, and the second c.
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- Explore enricof's board "Venetian Coins" on Pinterest. Vatican, Roman Senate Period Gold Ducat Coin (Fiorino Romano) Mint Period: AD. The coins were later seized on suspicion they had been imported into the United States in violation of laws pertaining to the importation and sale of stolen cultural artifacts.
An expert examined the coins and noted that the coins were Roman in origin, many from the period of. Raoul McLaughlin's Rome and the Distant East has heroically tackled this important task, assembling the exotic and esoteric literature, and with penetrating insight analyzed the extensive trade that characterized the international world of the early Roman imperium.
The study is comprehensive, involving both the aromatics trade with Arabia and Cited by: It is believed that the first Serbian (Rascian) coins were issues of St. Sava's elder nephew, king Stefan Radoslav (), struck at the capital town of Ras.
Few remain today of these coins that closely modeled some earlier Byzantine types (including Greek inscriptions), perhaps reflecting Radoslav's Greek (Dukas family) heritage and. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Volume II, Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period 93 Rev.
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Coins from the Roman Through the Venetian Period (Athenian Agora series, v2; Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, ), by Margaret Thompson (PDF in Greece) Portrait Sculpture (Athenian Agora series, v1; Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, ), by Evelyn B.
Harrison (PDF in Greece). "The present catalogue is in a sense the continuation of the catalogue of coins found in the Athenian Agora published by Miss Margaret Thompson inThe Athenian Agora: Results of the Excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens,Volume II, Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period.
Thompson, The Athenian Agora II: Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period (Princeton, ). Now accompanied by; H. Kroll with A. S. Walker, The Athenian Agora XXVI: The Greek Coins (Princeton, ) which includes a great many local coins of the Roman period.
Thompson, M. The Athenian Agora II: Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period, Princeton Thompson, M. The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens, New YorkCited by: 3.The Archaeological Museum: where you will discover ancient sculptures, ceramics, bronzes gems and coins dated back to the Assyrian-Babylonian and Greek-Roman period.
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