2 edition of Romano-British imitations of bronze coins of Claudius I found in the catalog.
Romano-British imitations of bronze coins of Claudius I
C. H. V. Sutherland
|Other titles||British imitations of bronze coins of Claudius I.|
|Statement||by C. H. V. Sutherland.|
|Series||Numismatic notes and monographs [no. 65]|
|Contributions||American numiamatic society, New York.|
|LC Classifications||CJ1102 .S85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 35 p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||35003701|
Initially they copied Continental Celtic types, which themselves were imitations of royal Macedonian and Thracian issues. Each tribe struck gold staters and silver and bronze units. Even after the Romans under the emperor Claudius conquered the island, groups such . Author: Richard Lee Published Date: 31 Dec Publisher: BAR Publishing Language: English Format: Paperback pages ISBN ISBN
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BODY ROMANO-BRITISH IMITATIONS OF BRONZE COINS OF CLAUDIUS I1 By C. Sutherland For nearly a century the existence in England of considerable numbers of "barbarous" bronze coins, imitated from types of Claudius I, has been recognized.2 But beyond the recording of stray specimens here and there, little has been done in the way of a general survey of these imitations, and it was left.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sutherland, C.H.V. (Carol Humphrey Vivian), Romano-British imitations of bronze coins of Claudius I.
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They gave him a hard time but eventually Roman discipline prevailed and Roman rule was established. 2 Cf. Sutherland, C. V., Romano-British Imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I (American Numismatic Society's Notes and Monographs, no. 65, New York, ). 3 These Colchester copies will be the subject of discussion in the forthcoming Report of the Research Committee of the Society of : C.
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SUTHERLAND. Romano-British Imitations of Bronze coins of Claudius I. New York, Romano-British Imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I: Numismatic Notes and Monographs, No. 65 av C. Sutherland inbunden,Engelska, ISBN Chimay, a town of Hainault, where Froissart the chronicler is buried, is of interest numismatically for the coins issued by a sixteenth-century ruler, Marie de Brimeu.
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2 Cf. Sutherland, Romano-British Imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I (American Numismatic Society's Notes and Monographs, no.
65, New York, ). 3 These Colchester copies will be the subject of discussion in the forthcoming Report of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries. 4 It is worth noting that certain pre. Romano-British imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I Sutherland, C.
(Carol Humphrey Vivian), With many plates, illustrations, maps and tables. important and authoritative paper on the Southants Hoard,12 is disposed to assign a Gallic origin to the.
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Romano-British Imitations of Bronze Coins of Claudius I, NNM 65 by C. Sutherland: Ephemeral Decorations, NNM 66 by Harrold E. Gillingham: A bibliography of Byzantine coin hoards by Sawyer Mosser: Five Greek Bronze Coin Hoards, NNM 68 by Edward T. Newell: The Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Dura Hoards, NNM 69 by Alfred R.
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Claudius (AD ) and related imitations including Augustus, Agrippa, and Tiberius/Claudius.(Claudius first, then the earlier types.)In AD 43 Britain was invaded and conquered under Claudius.
Apparently, thereafter the demand for coins far exceeded the official supply and locals began minting imitations of AE prototypes of Claudius.Roman Coinage in Britain.
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Part 3, Anglo Saxon Coinage.Romano-British imitations of bronze coinage of Claudius I: Sutherland Carol Humphrey Vivian: Six Roman Bronze Medallions: Baldwin Agnes: Studies in Constantinian Chronology: Bruun Patrick: NEW: Symbols on Denarii of Lucius Papius and Lucius Roscius: Sydenham Edward Allen: Temples of Seller Rating: % positive.