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Nummi serrati, bigati et alii, Coins of the Roman Republic in East-Central Europe North of the Sudetes and the Carpathians

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ISBN: 9788323524625
Description: hardback, 341 pp. (24x17 cm), plates, map
Condition: new
Weight: 975g.


Arkadiusz Dymowski, Nummi serrati, bigati et alii, Coins of the Roman Republic in East-Central Europe North of the Sudetes and the Carpathians, Warsaw University, Warsaw 2016


Foreword (by Aleksander Bursche). On the recording and interpretation of ancient coin finds
Preface
Chapter  1. Introduction
Chapter  2. Outline history of Roman Republican coinage
Chapter  3. The archaeology and history of East-Central Europe in the pre-Roman and the Roman periods
Chapter  4. Ancient coins in East-Central Europe and adjacent areas
Chapter  5. Finds of Roman Republican bronzes and their interpretation
Chapter  6. Finds of Roman Republican and pre-AD 64 Imperial silver coins
Chapter  7. Interpretation of finds of pre-AD 64 Roman silver coins - inflow and use
Chapter  8. Conclusions
Catalogue of finds
Bibliography
Indices to the Catalogue of finds
Photos
Plates


The publication presents the results of research completed within the ‘Coins of the Roman Republic in Central Europe’ project implemented at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. The author discusses the coins of the Roman Republic found in East-Central Europe north of the Sudetes and the Carpathian mountains (the territories of Poland, western Belarus and western Ukraine) – issues from the period of the first Roman emissions until 27 BC.
The region of interest was never a part of the Roman state. This means that all of the Roman coins found in this territory must be treated as imports. The main aim of this study is to specify the time, causes, circumstances and directions of the import of Republican coinage to the study area, and to determine its uses in this region.
The book contains the inventory of the finds with a comprehensive commentary. It is both numismatic and archaeological in its subject matter, placing itself somewhere on the border between these two disciplines.
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