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On the Problems of the Alexandrian Mint, Allusion to the Divinity of the Sovereign Appearing on the Coins of Egyptian Alexandria in the Period of the Early Roman Empire: 1st and 2nd Centusies A.D.

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Description: softcover, 95 pages (24x17cm); 12 plates
Condition: very good
Weight: 230g.

 

Stefan Skowronek, On the Problems of the Alexandrian Mint, Allusion to the Divinity of the Sovereign Appearing on the Coins of Egyptian Alexandria in the Period of the Early Roman Empire: 1st and 2nd Centusies A.D., Travaux du Centre d'Archéologie Méditerréenne de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Tome 4, Warsaw 1967


Introduction
I.    Representations of the sovereign as a deity
II.  Representations of the ruler with an accompanying figure
III. Altars, naoses, triumphal arches
IV. Inscriptions approximating the ruler to a god
V.   The socio-political function of the coin approximating the ruler to a deity
Conclusion
List of abbreviations
Bibliography
Plates

 

 

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