Bibliography of Greek Coin Hoards

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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GREEK COIN HOARDS

Introduction to 1925 Edition

The title of this volume is self-explanatory, but it does not convey that an attempt has been made to provide more than a bibliography connotes. This foreword is an endeavor to make the aim and some of the limitations clear.

As a bibliography, it was felt that the foremost aim should be saving the time of the trained student. Each hoard is listed under the name of the place from which it is said to have been derived, and these place-names are arranged in alphabetical sequence. The modern form of the place-name is used—e. g., Reggio is preferred to Rhegium. Cross-references avoid complications when the names differ radically—for example, for Naxos, see Schizo. Manifestly, it has been necessary to use the form of the place-name under which the hoard has been published, even though that be an Anglicised or an Italianized or any other than the native form of the name. This often brings difficulties in transliteration of Turkish, Balkan and Asiatic names, and no hard and fast rule that is consistent has been found.

The procedure of the various authors is not uniform, and in consequence consistency has been impossible without doing violence to the prescrip- tion that each hoard be given the location-name under which it was published. The effort has been to assign to hoards whose finding-places is uncertain the caption most likely to be sought. The year of finding is given in order to provide a simple means for distinguishing between finds made in the same locality.

When a date for the burial of a hoard has been assigned, that is given. When this has not been done in the original publication of the hoard, the date supplied by a later article is sometimes given in parentheses. Any dating, however, should be verified; and this is especially true for articles of many years' standing. Examining these dates critically would have exceeded the scope of this publication. They are given primarily as an indication of the period of the hoard.

On the same line with the deposit-date is given the number of coins found and the metal. Then follows a list of the cities or rulers represented—generally limited to the names of the mints, although sometimes a fuller description is attempted. The identifications or descriptions are those published.* In the older publications, the danger of accepting the assigned attributions is one against which there is hardly need to sound a warning—every experienced worker knows how undependable they are. When an important coin is in question, it may be re-identified if it has been illustrated, or when its disposition has been given—otherwise when emphasis is being placed on its presence in a hoard, the argument must depend on the reliability of the one publishing the hoard. The next line is reserved for the disposition of these coins, and when this is not known, the space is left, as some may have a fuller knowledge on this point than the compiler. In giving the present whereabouts of a hoard, either in part or as a whole, the practice of referring to national collections, as "Paris," "Athens," etc., has been followed.

The bibliography proper is given next. Here the effort has been to abbreviate as much as is consistent with clarity of reference. Secondary references and reprintings are often given for anyone who may not have both articles; so, too, when there is a translation. References by other authors are quoted, even though very brief, not only because they sometimes provide information which has come to light since the earlier publication, but to save time in finding those references. By some it will be thought that "excessive zeal" has been shown in including certain hoards about which the information is scanty; but because the possible uses to which this material may be put are so varied and so difficult to foresee, the establishing of any consistent criterion is well-nigh impossible, and the decision has been against their omission. When the coins in a hoard are illustrated, that is indicated by the word "Plate" placed at the end of the appropriate article. This may mean that part of a plate, or more than a single plate, has been used for this particular article. Such illustrations, when photographic in form, eliminate controversy as to die or to variety—if in addition the present whereabouts of the coin is known, one can proceed on a sound basis of fact.

To afford greater ease in referring to this material, two* indexes are placed at the end. The first lists alphabetically the names of the mints and rulers represented in these hoards. Anyone studying the coinage of Himera, for example, can here ascertain the hoards in which the issues of this city have been found. From this index, one can also refer easily to the find-spot of a hoard whose name may have been forgotten.

The second index classifies the find-localities by districts. Hoards discovered in Italy are brought together; so with those found in Asia Minor, Crete and elsewhere.

It has been necessary to rule out finds of single coins, notwithstanding their significance. It has also proved necessary to eliminate the description of coins found in the course of excavations—sporadic discoveries of single pieces or of a small number which have no pretensions to having formed a hoard. One exception is made with the coins found at Pergamum—one or two others for the Vicarello and similar deposits. It is worthy of note that coins found in the course of excavations are often kept together in the museums to which they have gone. This is done at the National Numismatic Museum at Athens. Many of these pieces—usu- ally much more than half—are so encrusted or defaced as to make recognition impossible; but in establishing facts regarding the circulation of certain issues, information of great value may often be obtained from such material. The sites on which there were finds of numismatic material preserved at Athens are as follows: Amphiareion, Corcyra, Delphi, Delos, Epidauros, Imbros, Ithaca, Olympia, Corinth, Tenos, Thasos, Thermou. There are a few other sites of less importance.

In deciding questions of what might be included as Greek, Head's Historia Numorum has been followed, although there has been a slight letting down to embody some valuable material to be found in the bibliographies of Blanchet and Forrer for Gaulish coins, and of Dessewffy for the barbaric issues in the Balkans.

Strictly speaking, a bibliography should be concerned only with material which has been published. But where it has been possible to learn of forthcoming articles, they have been included. Descriptions of hoards in the Museums of Athens and Constantinople have been included even though they have not been published, and despite that there is no immediate prospect of their publication. This is also true for some of the hoards for the details of which I am indebted to Prof. Orsi.

The extended scale on which it has been possible to prepare this bibliography is due to aid received from many to whom I would gratefully express my thanks. First of all, I would acknowledge the invaluable aid given by Miss Margaret C. Meagher, the Assistant Librarian of the American Numismatic Society. To her patience and zeal in searching out data and in recording and verifying the many references, the first edition is its own abundant testimony. Many of the references listed were received from Professor Dr. Kurt Regling of the Berlin Museum—especial importance attaches to the records of hoards in the Museum at Constantinople, which it is to be hoped will be fully published by him in the near future.* To Mr. Edward T. Newell, I am grateful for many facts regarding hoards with which he has come into touch in his journeyings, as well as for his constant interest in the gathering of the data herein contained. He has also given most generously of his time and knowledge in settling questions which have arisen. From Professor Orsi much information regarding hoards found in Sicily was obtained. From M. Michel P. Vlasto many very helpful notes were received. The data regarding coins in the Athens Museum was gathered by me from the careful records kept by the late Dr. Svoronos. Grateful thanks are due to the authorities of that Museum, and especially for personal aid given by Dr. Oikonomos.

End Notes

* Compare paragraph on "Uncertain Mints" in the preface to the second edition and this caption in the index of Mints.
* Now increased to four—see page 8.
* These have not yet appeared.

PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION

The prime test of a bibliography is its usefulness. There has been gratifying testimony that the first edition met this test successfully. The number and importance of the hoards found since 1925 brought about the consideration of a supplement. One of the first questions incident to such a supplement involved the treatment of new material. It soon became apparent that a complementing of the old with the new could not be effected without great inconvenience to the user. It was therefore decided to revise the first edition and to combine the new and the old entries in a single alphabet, rather than to print a supplement with a consequent second alphabet. Considering improvements over the first form was then in order. It has not been found necessary or desirable to change the main features—most of the explanations in that edition's preface are still pertinent. It was possible to improve the legibility by the use of more distinctive type and the lines which earlier enclosed the printed matter have now been eliminated. The hoards have been numbered serially to permit ease of reference greater than the alphabetic ordering affords, especially where there are many entries for a single site (e. g. Taranto or Delos). An asterisk beside its serial number indicates that the hoard was listed in the first edition.

The proportion of hoards discovered or published since 1925 (the date of the first edition), has proved genuinely surprising—they have almost doubled the number listed then, and only a small proportion are entries which were overlooked or previously unknown. Many of the newer hoards are of exceptional importance. Many, as usual, owe their discovery to chance. The hoards unearthed during excavations, however, are significant both as to number and content, and they offer a strong argument for the excavators' method. Priene, Olynthus and Dura are outstanding as to numbers—the hoard from Babylon has great importance. The circumstance that most of the excavation hoards were found intact cannot be too heavily stressed—deductions from them are consequently based on a firm foundation.

The indexing of the first edition received such commendation that it was deemed desirable to add further aids in the finding of a particular hoard. Use has shown that the place-name, under which the hoards are entered, is not always certain or particularized. Reports differ, especially when they depend upon the statement of peasants and are motivated by fear. Middle-men frequently disguise the facts deliberately and for obvious reasons. In consequence, two additional indexes are appended, one in which the hoards are listed by the years in which they are reported to have been found; the other giving the names of the writers who have published the respective hoards. The application of these will hardly need illustration.

In connection with the work upon this Bibliog- raphy, it has been found advisable to photostat articles in books or periodicals not in the Library of the American Numismatic Society. This material has been classified and filed and is available for the checking or substantiation of the information presented herein. It also becomes available to our members or accredited investigators who have found difficulty in obtaining the references cited. It is hoped that it will prove the inception of what may become a clearing house of information regarding Greek Coin Hoards.

The roll of those who have honored me with their support when they had knowledge that a second edition was in preparation is a long one. Some of the friendships which have resulted, I count among my happiest possessions. Two of those to whom I owe much will never receive this expression of thanks. There is especial gratification that Dr. Regling made use of the first edition in several instances and in a fashion that may well serve as a model; M. Vlasto realized, as few others, the value of accurate records in unravelling the history of the South Italian coinages, and his contributions are many and important. Professors Milne, of Oxford, and Moisil of Bucharest, M. Mouchmov and his successor M. Gerassimov of Sofia, and Dr. Zograph of Leningrad, have all been exceptionally helpful. I have relied often on Mr. E. S. G. Robinson's unfailing willingness to help and no words can express my indebtedness to Mr. E. T. Newell. To Mr. S. M. Mosser, the Assistant Librarian of the American Numismatic Society, I am under heavy obligations for constant aid in recording these references; the page format of this second edition is modelled on his Bibliography of Byzantine Coin Hoards, Numismatic Notes and Monographs, No. 67.

Sydney P. Noe .


ABBREVIATION LIST

General

acq. acquired
anc. ancient
c. circa
cent. century
coll. collection
descr. description
engr. engraved
f. d. c. fleur de coin
incl. including
obv. obverse
rev. reverse
ser. series
sim. similar
var. variety
w. with

Denominations

bill. billon
decadr. decadrachm
den. denarius
didr. didrachm
dr. drachm
hemidr. hemidrachm
kgr. kilogram
ob. obol
octadr. octadrachm
pentadr. pentadrachm
st. stater
tetradr. tetradrachm
tetrob. tetrobol
triob. triobol
Amer. Num. Soc. American Numismatic Society
B. M. British Museum
B. M. C. British Museum Catalogue
Syll. Num. Gr. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum

1*. Abae, Phocis, 1894.

Burial—

65 image Æ.

Sicyon 27 dr.; Chalcis 8 dr.; Alexander III 4 dr.; Phocis 3 dr.; Arcadia 3 dr.; Elis 2 st.; Aegina 1 st., 1 dr.; Argos 1 dr.; Aetolian League 1 Æ; Philip III 1 dr.; Achaean League 1 dr.; Aenianes 1 dr.; Locri Op. 1 st., 2 dr.; Boeotia 7 dr., 1 Æ.

Disposition: Athens.

Jour. Hellen. Stud., XVI, 1896, p. 302. The classification above differs slightly from that of the J. H. S.—it is due to a careful re-examination kindly undertaken by Miss K. M. Edwards. Her list, with B. M. C. identifications, is on file in Amer. Num. Soc. Library.

2*. Abbasanta, Sardinia, ante 1900.

Burial—

300 Æ.

Carthaginian (overstruck).

Disposition:

Bornemann, V. Beitr. zur Kenntniss der Sardopunischen Münzen. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1900, pp. 117–121. Plate.

3*. Abdera, Thrace, c. 1850.

Burial—

13 + image.

Abdera. (Br. Mus. Cat. 3, 6, 7, 8, 21, 23).

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 6; Berlin (pcs. in Coll. Prokesch-Osten).

Sotheby & Wilkinson Cat., July 12, 1852, pp. 1–2. (H. P. Borrell Coll.)

Cf. also Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 562 ff. and Dupré Sale, 1867, 176–8.

Rev. Num. 1860, p. 267; Num. Zeit. 1872, p. 185.

4*. Abu Hommos, Egypt.

Burial—

2800 image.

Ptolemaic tetradr.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, pp. 128–9.

5*. Abu Hommos, Egypt, 1919.

Burial—311–310 (?) B. C.

1000 image.

750 tetradr., Alexander III and Philip III; 250 early tetradr. of Ptolemy I.

Disposition: King of Egypt, 150; E. T. Newell, 250; remainder dispersed.

Newell, E. T. Egyptian coin hoards. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301; also, Tyrus Rediviva, 1923, p. 10.

6*. Abukir, Egypt, 1902.

Burial—

600 + aurei, 20 Ꜹ Med.

20 gold medallions, 600 aurei, 18 gold bars.

Disposition: Medallions: Berlin 5; J. P. Morgan 8; H. Walters 4; J. Schiff 3. Bars: British Mus. 2; J. P. Morgan 1.

Dressel, H. Fünf Goldmedaillons aus dem Funde von Abukir. 86 p. 4 plates. Berlin, 1906, (Bibliography).

Dattari, G. I Venti Med. d'Abukir, 1908, 45 p. Plates; Rassegna Num. I, 1904, pp. 15–18, 40–42, 73–75; V, 1908, 73–79; VI, 1909, pp. 85–94. Plates.

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129, p. 140; Rassegna Num., II, 1905, p. 33; III, 1906, pp. 76–80.

Hill, G. F. Proceedings Soc. Antiquar., March, 1904, p. 90.

Köster, A. Berl. Münzblätter, 1907, p. 493, 512.

Kubitschek, W. Monatsblatt Num. Gesellsch., 1907, p. 169.

Mowat, M. R. Bull. Soc. Nat. des Antiq. de France, 1902, p. 282.

Newell, E. T. Amer. Jour. Num., XLIV, p. 128, 2 plates.

Regling, K. Berl. Münzblätter, 1902, p. 137.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Intern. X, 1907, p. 369, 6 plates; Riv. Ital. Num., 1909, p. 515.

Weizinger, F. X. Blätter f. Münzfreunde, 1909, pp. 4299–4303; 4330. Plates.

Arvanitakis, G. Le trésor d'Aboukir. Cairo, 1903. 12 plates.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1902, p. 46; Rev. Num., 1902, pp. 296, 389; Bull. de Num., 1906, p. 78; Monatsblatt d. Num. Gesellsch. Wien, 1903, p. 100.

7*. Abusir, Egypt.

Burial—

9 Ꜹ, 44 image.

Philip II; Alexander III, tetradr. and staters. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Alexandria and Berlin.

Archäol. Anzeig., 1901, p. 59.

8. Abyssinia, 1920 (?).

Burial—

174 + image.

Himyarite.

Disposition: Hill examined 133; Paris. acq. 41.

Hill, G. F. Br. Mus. Cat., Arabia, pp. lxiv, lxxii, Note 1.

(See also Aksum and Marib hoards.)

9*. Aciplatani (Prov. Catania), 1905.

Burial—

47 + image.

Corinth and Colonies, 40 pegasi; Carthage and Panormus, 7 tetradr. Prof. Orsi saw a large part. A pot hoard.

Disposition:

Prof. Orsi's notes.

10*. Acqualunga, near Brescia, Italy, 1829.

Burial—

25 kg. image.

Massalia dr. with lion on rev.

Morati, F. Period. di Num., III, 1871, p. 69.

Willers, H. Geschichte der Römisch. Kupferprägung. Leipzig, 1909, p. 47.

Borghesi, B. Oeuvres, II, p. 302.

11*. Acquaviva Delle Fonte, Italy, 1903.

Burial—

240 image.

Campano-Tarentine didr. (sim. to Evans "Horsemen" Pl. VI, 13).

Disposition: Dispersed.

M. P. Vlasto's note.

12*. Adalia, Asia Minor, 1863.

Burial— image.

Lycian League, Tlos, Myra.

Disposition:

Weckbecker, C. Aus Syrien. Wiener numis. Monatshefte, I, p. 99.

13. Adrianople, Turkey, ante 1789.

Burial—c. 149 B. C. image.

Macedonia under Romans.

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc. delle collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, p. 130, Note 1.

14. Adrianople, ante 1789.

Burial— image.

Apollonia and Dyrrhachium.

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc., della collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, p. 130, Note 1.

15. Adrianople, ante 1789.

Burial— image.

Cardia (Sestini mistakenly gives Leontini).

Disposition: Ainslie Coll. acq. part.

Sestini, D. Lettere, etc., della collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, pp. 130, Note 1, 131.

16*. Adrianople, 1855 (?).

Burial— image.

Cherronesus triobols; Parium triobols. A few hundred of each found in vase.

Disposition: Prokesch-Osten acq. 32.

Prokesch-Osten, A. Inedita meiner Sammlung, 1859, p. 303.

17*. Adrianople.

Burial—c. 85 B. C.

75 image.

Thasos 45; Maroneia 1; Prusias II, 1; Nicomedes II–IV, 13 (latest date, 210); Alexandria Troas 3; Abydus 1; Lysimachus 11 (Byzantium). All tetradr.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

18. Aecaterini (Near), Macedonia, 1928.

Burial—

600 image.

Athens (new style), 600 tetradr. Latest of ΔHMEAΣ EPMOKΛHΣ.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Note by M. L. Kambanis.

19*. Aegina, 1888.

Burial—

19 Ꜹ, image, Æ.

Alexander III, 3 Ꜹ st.; Philip III or Alexander III, 1 tetradr.; Demetrius Pol. 1 image; Athens 11 image, 3 Æ (430–222 B. C.).

Disposition: Athens acq. 9.

Unpublished material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 32, Nos. 8–14.

20*. Afiun-Kara-Hissar (Asia Minor), 1919.

Burial—c. 317 B. C. (Newell).

510 + image.

Alexander III, 467 dr.; Philip III, 43 dr. Also reported to have been found at Chesmi, near Smyrna.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 510.

Mr. Newell's notes.

20a. Ahar, Persia, 1923.

Burial—

600 ± image.

Parthian of Orodes I.

Disposition: Princeton acquired 187.

Caley, E. R. Technical Studies in the Field of Fine Arts (Fogg Art Museum), III, 1935, No. 3, p. 127, illus.

Agrigentum, see Girgenti.

21*. Aidone (Serra Orlando), Sicily, 1899 (?).

Burial— image.

Alexander III, some score tetradr.; Philip II (or III), 1 tetradr. Found under pavement of a house.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 89.

22*. Aidone, Sicily, 1908.

Burial—After 215–12 B. C.

48 Æ.

Syracuse (215–212 B. C.) 1; Greek, indecipherable, 1; Unciae (sextantial) 46.

Disposition: Prof. Orsi acq. part.

Orsi, P. Boll. di Num., 1909, p. 127. Cf. Not. d. Scavi, 1909. pp. 66–67.

23. Aidonochori? (Macedonia), 1936 (?)

Burial—

100 ± image.

Acanthus 1 tetradr. (Gaebler Pl. VII, 6), 4 triobols; Amphipolis 2 dr. (Facing head), 1 tetrob. (Rev. Torch in wreath); Chalcidic League 2 triobols; Perdiccas 2 triobols; Neapolis 10 dr. (incuse-square rev.), 30 (laureate head), 35 triobols; Eion 8 triobols.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

24*. Aintab, Syria, 1921.

Burial—c. 160 B. C.

200 ± image.

Alexander III tetradr., majority countermarked with anchor or Helios head.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 96.

Mr. Newell's notes.

25*. Aisaros' Banks, Calabria, 1879 (?).

Burial—c. 300 (Newell)

41 + Ꜹ.

Alexander III 20–30 st.; Philip Aridaeus 3; Ptolemaic 11.

Disposition: Berlin acq. part.

Duhn, F. Von. Zeit. f. Num., VII, 1880, pp. 312–4; VIII, 1881, p. 6.

Friedlaender, J. Zeit. f. Num., VII, 1880, p. 227.

26. Aksum, Abyssinia, 1901.

Burial—

100 ± Æ.

Himyarite (Late imitation Athenian type).

Disposition: Rossini acq. 8 (illustr.).

Rossini, C. C. Monete sud-arabiche. (Rendiconti R. Accad. naz. dei Lincei, Classe di scienze morali, storiche e filologiche, XXX, Fasc. 9–10, 1921).

See also Marib and Abyssinia (8).

27*. Albania, 1890 (?).

Burial—

Æ.

Greek Imperial of Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, Asia Minor. Mints: Marcianopolis, Nicopolis ad Istrum, Viminacium, Odessus, Tomis, Hadrianopolis, Pautalia, Philippopolis, Serdica (?), Augusta Traiana (?), Trajanopolis, Sebastopolis Ponti, Heraclea Bith., Nicomedia, Nicaea Bith., Juliopolis.

Disposition: Agram, ex Mandl Coll.

Pick, B. Num. Zeit., XXIII, 1891, p. 29. Plate.

Pick, B. and Regling, K. Antike münzen Nordgriechenlands. Berlin, 1910, I, p. 75, note 3.

Brunsmid, J. Num. Zeit., XXXV, p. 205. Plate.

Alcazar-Kebeer, see 37.

28*. Aleppo, Syria, 1865 (?).

Burial—

image.

Tyre, 1/16 stater; Sidon 1/24 stater, with small imitations of Athens. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Turin Museum.

Brandis, J. Das Münz-mass-und gewichtswesen in Vorderasien, 1886, p. 378, note 3.

29*. Aleppo, 1892.

Burial—(308–07 B. C.).

3000 image.

Alexander III; Philip Aridaeus. Unpublished. (Also said to have come from Antioch.)

Disposition: Vienna acq. 270; Constantinople 855.

Voetter, O. (A manuscript account of find in Vienna Cabinet. Transcript of this MS. in Mr. Newell's Library.)

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva, N. Y., 1923, p. 10.

Newell, E. T. Dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. 1916. p. 58.

30*. Aleppo (K. ..., north of), 1896.

Burial—c. 150–137 B. C. (Regling).

150 + image.

Alexander III; Lysimachus; Demetrius Poliorcetes; Antiochus I–III; Seleucus II–III; Antiochus Hierax; Antigonus Gonatas; Prusias I; Eumenes II; Attalus II; Antigonus of Asia; Side; Rhodes.

Disposition: J. Rouvier acq. 150 ("almost all").

Rouvier, J. Le monnayage Alexandrine d'Arados. Rev. Num., 1900, pp. 42–44, Note 2.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. 1928, p. 94.

31. Aleppo, c. 1931.

Burial—

11 + image.

Alexander III, 3 tetradr.; Side 4 (countermarked); Antiochus IV, 4.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 11.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Alexandria Troas, see 172.

32*. Alexandria (near), Egypt, 1900 (?).

Burial—

206 + Æ.

Ptolemy I (?), Ptolemy X and Cleopatra Cocce; Imperial Greek—Aurelian to Constantius Chlorus (Apparently two hoards).

Disposition:

Schulman Sale, March 25, 1901, p. 59.

33*. Alexandria, Egypt, 1904 (?).

Burial—

900 image.

Ptolemy XIII Auletes.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129, 140.

34*. Alexandria, Egypt, 1908.

Burial—

Ꜹ, image, Æ.

Lampsacus staters 4; Ptolemy Soter 4; many unidentified bronze. More than one hoard?

Disposition: Eddé, Avierino, Jameson Coll.

Eddé, J. Rassegna Num., 1909, p. 55.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 28.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 1435, 1437, 1438, 2217.

35. Alexandria, Egypt, 1916.

Burial—After 260 A. D.

1184 Æ.

Alexandria of Vespasian to Gallienus (70–260 A. D.) identified according to Dattari.

Disposition: Alexandria Museum.

Brecchia, E. Bull. de la Soc. archeol. d'Alexandre, N. S. IV, 1920, pp. 230–250.

36. Alexandropol, Erivan, Transcaucasia, 190–.

Burial—

image.

Several tetradr. of Tigranes I (97–56 B. C.)

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 39, No. 26.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 283.

37*. Alkazar, Morocco, 1907.

Burial—17 B. C.

4000 image.

Juba II; Cleopatra, Ptolemy.

Disposition: Paris acq. 81; Athens 45; Berlin and Algiers Mus. parts; remainder dispersed.

Dieudonné, A. Rev. Num., 1908, pp. 350–367; 1910, pp. 437–442. Plate.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, pp. 1–8. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, XXVIII, pp. 9–27, illus.

Gsell, M. Bull. Com. des Travaux Hist., 1908, p. clxxxviii.

Hill, G. F. Year's Work in Class. Studies, 1910.

Schulman Sale, Mar. 17, 1908, Nos. 2264–2313. Illus.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 272.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., XV, 1913, pp. 43–46.

Merzbacher sales, Nov. 2, 1909, Nos. 3203–3223 and Nov. 15, 1910, Nos. 914–931.

38. Almali (Iabelkovo), Bulgaria, 1906.

Burial—

40 image.

Philip II, 40 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, No. 46. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 30, No. 55.

39. Al Mina, near Antioch, Syria, 1936.

Burial—

50 + image.

Aradus (mostly), small denominations; Sidon 1/32 shekel. Found in a silver purse.

Disposition: British Museum (?).

Illus. Lond. News, Dec. 19, 1936, p. 1149.

40*. Amasia, Pontus, 1860.

Burial—185–170 B. C. (Newell).

300 + image.

Alexander III, 250–300 tetradr.; Mithradates III; Pharnaces I, 1 dr., 4–5 tetradr.; Antiochus III and earlier Seleucids; Alabanda 3–4; Prusias I, 2–3.

Disposition: Paris (ex de Luynes and Waddington Coll.); Cf. Bompois Sale, 1882, Nos. 1304 and 1549.

Waddington, W. H. Rev. Num., 1863, pp. 217–223. Plate = Mélanges de Num., Ser. II, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Berl. Blätter, II, 1865, p. 261.

Regling, K. Zeit. für Num., 1928, p. 96.

41*. Amastris, Paphlagonia.

Burial—

116 Æ.

Amastris (30—Aegis, rev. Nike; 37—Dionysos head, rev. Thyrsos; 39—Zeus head, rev. Eagle); Sinope 8; Dia 2.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

42*. Amastris.

Burial—

296 + Æ.

Amisus; Amastris; Sinope (1 Athena head, rev. Gorgon; 197 w. Aegis rev. Nike; 98 Ares head, rev. Lion); Cabeira; Comana; Chabacte.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

43*. Amathus, Cyprus, 1901.

Burial—

Ꜹ, image.

22 Ꜹ "skillings," image segments of an ingot. Found in sub-Mycenaean tomb.

Evans, A. J. Minoan weights and currency. Corolla Num., 1906, p. 355 (quoted in Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Ency. VII, 978).

Smith, A. H. Brit. Mus. Excavations in Cyprus, pp. 102, 123.

44. Amphipolis (?), Macedonia, 1935.

Burial—

18 ± Æ.

Roman Imp. issues of Amphipolis (Marcus Aurelius to Sev. Alex.)

Disposition:

Information from Athenian correspondent.

Amphipolis, see 1175.

Amphissa, see 717.

45. Amu-Daria, Kabadian Dist., Turkestan, 1887.

Burial—

Greco-Bactrian of Diodotus, Euthydemus, and others.

Disposition:

Masson, M. E. Izvestia of Middle Asiatic Commiss., III, 1928, p. 284.

46*. Anadol, Rumania, 1895.

Burial—

1000 Ꜹ.

Philip II, 11; Philip III, 21; Alexander III, 694; Demetrius Poliorcetes 2; Seleucus I, 1; Lysimachus 250.

Disposition: Leningrad Nat. Hermitage Coll. acq. 979.

Pridik, E. Statères d'or trouvés à Anadol. Bull. de la Comm. Imp. Archéol., III, livr., pp. 58–92. 6 plates. St. Petersburg, 1902. Part VII, p. 58.

Newell, E. T. Am. Jour. Num., LII, 1918, p. 126.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Num., 1903, p. 65.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1895, p. 407; Numis. Literaturblatt, XII, p. 1140.

Hess, A. Auct. Sale, Oct. 15, 1903 (230 staters supposed to have come from this hoard). Plates.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm. for 1895, p. 53.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 41.

Schlessinger Sale, Feb. 4, 1935.

See also No. 74.

47. Anapa, Crimea, 1882.

Burial—c. 300 B. C.

354 Æ.

Panticapaeum (Types of Burachkov, pl. XX, 70–78) 354; many countermarked.

Disposition: Hermitage, Leningrad.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Commiss., 1882–88, p. XIX.

48. Anapi (near), Transcaucasia.

Burial—

20–30 Ꜹ.

Lysimachus, several "tens" of staters—10 examined had BY beneath throne.

Disposition: Hermitage, Leningrad.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 38, No. 17.

49*. Andritsaena, Peloponnesus, 1923.

Burial—c. 315 B. C.

image.

Philip II, 10 tetradr.; Alexander III, 73 tetradr.; Alexander III, 1 imitation; Boeotia; Aegina; Sicyon; Elis. Twenty-three additional pieces said to have been unearthed near Tripolitsa are described with the suggestion that they may have formed part of this hoard.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Newell, E. T. Alexander Hoards: III Andritsaena. (N. N. M. No. 21) New York, 1923, 39 p. Plates.

50. Angista, Macedonia, 1936.

Burial—

30 Æ.

30 Æ incl. 2 of Alexander III; 2 Macedonian issues.

Disposition: Athens acq. 4.

Unpublished material, Athens Num. Mus.

51*. Angora (?), Asia Minor, c. 1913.

Burial—c. 295 B. C.

150 ± image.

Tetradr. of Seleucus I, 11; Alexander III, 96; Philip III, 25; Barbaric imitations of Alexander 18.

Disposition: Part acq. by E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. New York, 1923, p. 11.

52*. Ansouis (Distr. Apt.), France, 1861.

Burial—

4000 image.

Obols of Massalia.

Disposition: Marseilles 225. Remainder dispersed.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies gauloises, 1905, p. 598.

Laugier, J. Rev. de Marseilles, 1886–87, p. 450.

Rev. Num., 1861, p. 332.

53. Anthedon, Boeotia, 1936.

Burial—

image.

Chalcis tetradr.; Eretria tetradr., octobols; Athens (New Style) tetradr.; Demetrius Poliorcetes tetradr.; Euboea (small denominations).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information supplied by Mrs. A. Baldwin Brett and an Athenian correspondent.

54. Antioch, Syria, ante c. 250 A. D.

Burial—

3000 Ꜹ.

3000 darics.

Disposition:

Philostratus, Vita Apollon. VI, xxxix.

55*. Antioch, Syria, ante 1898.

Burial—

image.

Acanthus; Mende; Getas of the Edoni; Ichnaians.

Disposition:

Svoronos, J. N. L'Hellénisme primitif de la Macédoine, 1919, p. 43. Plate.

Babelon, E. Mélanges, III, sér., p. 212 = Jour. Int. Arch. Num., 1898, p. 1.

56. Antioch (near), 1935.

Burial—Time of Valerian and Gallienus.

350 image.

Terracotta vase containing 350 silver tetradr., tridr., didr. and denarii from Nero to Trebonianus Gallus, including Galba (Antioch) 1 tetradr.; Domitian (Antioch) 1 tetradr.; Trajan (Antioch or Tyre) 9 tetradr.; Trajan (Caesareia Cappadociae) 2 tetradr.; Caracalla (Antioch and Tyre) 4 tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed. E. T. Newell acq. 27; Yale University acq. 8.

Photo of vase and rubbings of 252 coins in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

Antioch, see also 29.

57. Aphytis, Macedonia, 1935 (?).

Burial—

16 ± Æ.

Bronze issues of Aphytis (Gaebler, Pl. XI, 13–14, 15, 17, 20, 23).

Disposition:

Information from Athenian Correspondent—further details in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

58*. Apt, Vaucluse, France, 1889 (?).

Burial

100 image

Massalia. Urn treasure.

Disposition:

Blanchet, A. Traité, p. 597.

Rev. Archéol., 1889, II, pp. 422–423.

Rev. Belge, 1890, p. 535.

59. Apulia, Italy.

Burial—

image.

Juba I, 4 den. found with a large number of Roman republican den. (Cornelia gens predominating).

Disposition:

Riccio, G. Catalogo di antiche medaglie consolari e di famiglie romane. Napoli, 1855, p. 77.

Aradus, see 725.

60. Arcadia, 1929.

Burial—185–182 B. C.

229 image, 2 Æ.

Achaean League 152; Aegina 1; Aetolian League 7; Arcadian League 37; Argos 4; Boeotia 8; Chalcis 2; Cleonae (?) 1 Æ; Elis 1 Æ; Opuntian Locris 5; Phocis 1; Rhodes 1; Sicyon 11.

Disposition: Yale University and E. T. Newell.

Crosby, M. and Grace, E. An Achaean League Hoard. N. Y., 1936. (N. N. M. No. 74) 44 p. 4 pls.

61. Arcadia? (Olympia?), Greece, ante 1932.

Burial—

91 image.

Aegina 4 st.; Thebes 1 dr., 2 hemidr.; Argos 8 hemidr.; Phlius 1 hemidr.; Sicyon 1 dr.; Arcadia 74 hemidr.

Disposition: Acq. by an American Collector.

Publication promised.

62. Arcolochori, Crete, 1936.

Burial—

55 image.

Cyrene 12 didr.; Corinth and Colonies 14 st.; Argos 27 tetrobols; Boeotia 1 dr.; Aegina 1 triobol.

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., LX, 1936, p. 454.

63. Ardabil, Iran, 1935.

Burial—

1,484 Æ

Seleucus I, 1; Antiochus I, 11; Antiochus I or II, 8; Seleucus II or III, 7; Antiochus IV, 1; Antiochus VII, 1; Uncertain Seleucid 10; Armenian (?) 4; Mithradates I, 3; Mithradates II, 8; Sinatruces 1; Sassanian 3. Remainder Parthian,

Disposition: Rev. Christy Wilson, Princeton, N. J.

Communication from R. H. McDowell.

64*. Argos (Heraeum), 1894.

Burial—

Iron.

"Spits" and obols.

Disposition: Athens Coll.

Waldstein, Charles. The Argive Heraeum. II, pp. 357–367. Plates.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., IX, 1906, p. 196. Plate. Rev. Belge, 1909, p. 117. Plate.

Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 975.

65. Argos, 1924.

Burial—

215 Æ.

Argos, 214; Megara 1.

Disposition:

Welch, F. B. Num. Chron., 1924, p. 318.

66*. Aritzo, Sardinia, 1858.

Burial—

400 Æ.

Carthaginian, probably minted in Sardinia.

Disposition:

Spano, M. Bull. Arch. Sardo IV, 1858, p. 31 and 67, Note 3.

Bornemann, V. Blätter f. Münzfr., 1900, p. 119, Plate.

Müller, L. Numismatique de l'ancienne Afrique, II, 1861, p. 108. Note 1.

67. Armenak (?), Asia Minor, 1927.

Burial—c. 280 B. C.

1952 + image.

Alexander III, 265 tetradr., 1171 dr.; Philip III, 17 tetradr., 56 dr.; Lysimachus (Alexander type) 3 tetradr., 31 dr.; Lysimachus (own type) 391 tetradr., 11 dr.; Seleucus I (Alexander type) 5 tetradr., 2 dr.

Disposition: Dispersed. E. T. Newell acq. portion.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

68*. Arpagot, Asia Minor, 1918.

Burial—

5 image.

Lysimachus tetradr.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's note.

69. Arta, Epirus, 1929 (?).

Burial—280 B. C.

60 image.

Corinth 18 st., 2 dr.; Leucas 2 st.; Anactorium 1 st.; Acarnania 3 st., 1 hemi-st.; Macedonia (Philip II) 33.

Disposition: O. Ravel.

Ravel, O. Corinthian hoards (Corinth and Arta). New York, 1932. (N. N. M. No. 52), pp. 12–27, Pls. II–III. For modifications cf. Ravel's discussion of Chiliomodi hoard in Trans. of Num. Congress, London 1936.

70*. Ascoli, near Piceno, Italy, 1883.

Burial—c. 213 B. C. (Le Gentilhomme)

87 image.

Neapolis 21; Tarentum 4; Cales 4; Found w. 58 Romano-Campanian in clay vase. Part listed in detail.

Disposition: A. Silveri-Gentiloni 25; remainder dispersed.

Helbig, W. Bull. dell'Inst. Corr. Arch., 1884, p. 140.

Le Gentilhomme, P. Rev. Num., 1934, pp. 3–4.

71. Asia Minor (?), ante 1727.

Burial—

10 image.

Cistophori (1st cent.) of Pergamum 7; Ephesus 2; Apamea 1.

Disposition: Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1927, p. 189.

72. Asia Minor, 1845 (?).

Burial—

500 ± image.

Tetradr. of Amyntas of Galatia (36–25 B. C.) 5 +; pt. of hoard numbering 500 pieces which included at least 2 late tetradr. of Side.

Disposition:

Hoffmann, H. Le Numismate, Nos. 2532–34.

Luynes, Duc de. Rev. Num. 1845, p. 253 ff., Plate.

Burgon, T. Num. Chron. 1846, p. 69 ff. illus.

73. Asia Minor, 1893–98.

Burial—

17 ± image.

Cyzicus, silver staters (Rev. Seated Apollo).

Disposition: Berlin and Boston acq. parts; remainder dispersed.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Rev. Suisse, 1913, pp. 24–26, Pl. I.

74*. Asia Minor, 1903.

Burial—

230 + Ꜹ.

Alexander III, 172; Philip III, 1; Lysimachus 56.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Auct. Cat. of A. Hess. Oct. 15, 1903. Plate.

Thought by some to be part of the Anadol hoard.

75*. Asia Minor, 191–.

Burial—

87 ± Æ.

Lysimachia—some overstruck.

Disposition: Vienna (ex Van Lennep Coll.).

Münsterberg, R. Num. Zeit., XLVIII, 1915, p. 111.

Num. Chron., 1917, p. 5.

76. Asia Minor, ante 1920.

Burial—

21 ± image.

Sinope 21 archaic staters.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Thomas L. Elder sale, July 9, 1920, Nos. 1331–38. Plate.

77. Asia Minor, 1920 (?).

Burial—

115 + image.

Sinope and Trapezus.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and E. T. Newell acq. parts; remainder scattered.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1930, pp. 1–15, Pls. I–II; 1932, p. 205, Pl. XVI. 5.

Naville XV, 1930, Nos. 871–885.

78. Asia Minor, 1922 (?).

Burial—

10 EL.

Cyzicene staters.

Moisil, C. Cronica num. si. archeol., 4, 1923, p. 18.

79. Asia Minor (Central), 1924.

Burial—

16 + image.

Tetradr. of Alexander III.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 16.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

80. Asia Minor, 1928 (?).

Burial—Soon after 129 B. C.

171 + image.

Pergamum 63; Ephesus 52; Apamea 6; Tralles 37; Sardes 8; Thyatira 1; Uncertain 2—all cistophori.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 16; E. T. Newell part.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1929, p. 73 f.

81. Asia Minor (?), 1929.

Burial—

image.

Tetrob. of Cromna.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Naville XV, (1930), Nos. 861–869.

82. Asia Minor, 1929.

Burial—

53 ± image.

Tetradr. of: Alexander III (posthumous) 13; Lysimachus 3; Prusias I, 1; Eumenes I, 1; Attalus I, 3; Eumenes II, 8; Antiochus I, 1; Antiochus II, 5; Seleucus II, 3.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

83. Asia Minor, 1931 (?).

Burial—

18 image.

Caesareia Cappodociae: 11 didr. and 7 dr. of Nero, Vespasian, Domitian and Trajan.

Disposition: British Museum acq. part.

Num. Chron., 1932, pp. 238–239.

84. Asia Minor, 1931 (?).

Burial—

4 image.

Persia. (Sigloi incl. two w. rev. die the same as that used for a daric.)

Disposition,: B. M. acq. 1.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1932, pp. 212–213.

85. Asia Minor (?), 1935–36.

Burial—

8 + EL.

Miletus? Trité (5) [Head of lion r. with star] and twelfth; Abydus? 48th (1) [Head of Eagle r.]; Samos? 48th (1) [Lion's scalp]; Siphnos? 96th (1) [Flying eagle or dove]; Ephesus 1 twelfth; Cyme 1 forty-eighth.

Disposition: Dispersed. E. T. Newell acquired part.

Information in files of Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

86. Asia Minor, 1936.

Burial—

58 ± image.

Lycian dr. and Imp. provincial denarii.

Disposition: British Museum acq. 14.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

87. Asia Minor, 1936.

Burial—

130 + image.

Cistophori of Pergamum 105; Ephesus 24; Smyrna 1.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Detailed list giving symbols and monograms on file in Libr. of Amer. Num. Soc.

88. Asia Minor, 1936 (?).

Burial—5th Cent. B. C.

10 image.

Teos 1 st.; Colophon 9 fractional.

Disposition: British Museum acq. all except Teos.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

88a. Asia Minor?, 1936 (?)

Burial—

11 + image.

Lycian League (Augustus) 11 +.

Disposition: British Museum acq. 11.

Br. Mus. Quart. XI, 1937, p. 55. Plate.

89*. Assiut, Egypt, 1903.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Philip II; Alexander III. Large hoard.

Disposition:

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1904, p. 110.

90*. Assiut, Egypt.?—probably Faycum.

Burial—

image.

Ptolemaic. A large hoard.

Disposition: Melted down.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1904, p. 110.

91*. Assur (Kal'at-Shergat), Mesopotamia, 1907.

Burial—

Amorphous image.

Found in a jar.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Berl. Münzbl., 1909, p. 238. See also Pauly-Wissowa Real-Encyc. VII, p. 975.

Anvrae. Mitteil. d. Deutsch. Orient. Gesell., No. 36, 1908, p. 22.

Astricium, Crete, see 62.

92. Atakurgan, Dizak, Samarkand, 1896.

Burial—

4 Ꜹ.

Indo-Scythian 4; gold ingots 4.

Disposition: Imp. Russian Arch. Soc.; Imp. St. Petersburg Univ.; Samarkand Museum; Tashkent Museum. Ingots melted.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm. for 1896, pp. 135, 245.

93*. Athens, 1788 (?).

Burial—

26 + image.

Wappenmünzen of wheel type; others w. gorgon, owl, horse, triskeles; three with AΘE.

Disposition: Paris.

Cousinéry, E. M. Voyage en Macedoine, 1832, II, p. 123. Plate.

Beulé, E. Les monnaies d'Athènes, 1858, p. 15, illus.

Mommsen, T. Hist. de la monnaie romaine, 1865, I, p. 72, Note 1. (= Röm. Münzwesen, p. 54).

Köhler, U. Athenische Mitth., IX, 1884, p. 358.

Seltman, C. T. Athens: its history and coinage. Cambridge, 1924, p. 146.

94. Athens, 1875 (?).

Burial—

5 EL.

Athens 5.

Disposition: Berlin acq. 1.

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., V, 1878, p. 3.

95*. Athens, 1876 (Dipylon Find).

Burial—c. 86 B. C.

58 image.

Athens 32 tetradr., 22 dr. (New Style); Mithradates VI Eupator 4 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Weil, R. Archäol. Zeitung, 1876, VIII, pp. 163–166.

Weil, R. Athen. Mitth., VI, p. 324.

Kumanudes, S. A. Atheneion, III, p. 691.

96*. Athens (Acropolis), 1886.

Burial—

63 image.

Athens 37 tetradr., 1 dr., 8 ob., 1 wheel dr., 14 wheel ob. and 2 hemi-ob.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., I, 1898, pp. 367–378. Plate.

Svoronos, J. N. Les Monnaies d'Athènes. 1923. Plate 3.

Babelon, E. Jour. Internat., 1905, p. 44 = Traité, I, Part II, p. 766. Plate.

Schneider, A. von. Monthly Rev., Feb. 1903. p. 131.

Weil, R. Zeit. f. Num., 1898, XXI, Sitzungsberichte, p. 35.

Seltman, C. T. Athens; its history and coinage. Cambr., 1924, p. 147.

Kambanis, M. L. Bull. Corr. Hellen., 1922, pp. 87–91. Plate.

97. Athens, Gulf of, 1894.

Burial—

image.

Tetradr. of Alexander III, found in iron (?) box while dredging.

Disposition:

Annuaire de Num., 1894, p. 244.

98*. Athens, 1898.

Burial—

Lead

Tokens found in Stoa of Attalus.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., IX, 1906, p. 288; Cf. also pp. 303 and 317.

99*. Athens, 1906.

Burial—

84 Æ.

Athens 83; Eleusis 1 (autonomous Æ).

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., IX, 1906, pp. 298–299.

100. Athens (Kephissia Road near Elissus), 1929 (?).

Burial—

110 + Ꜹ.

Darics.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Letter from a correspondent in Athens.

101. Athens, 1932.

Burial—

16 + image, Æ.

Athens (5th and 4th cent. B. C.), 16 tetradr. and several Æ pieces.

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., LVII, 1933, p. 238.

102. Athens, north slope of Acropolis, 1936.

Burial—

40 Æ.

Bronze issues of Athens (New Style) and of the issues assigned by Svoronos to the kleruchs incl. those for Peparethos, Eleusis and Sciathus. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Private possession, Athens.

A summary list of varieties on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

103. Athens, 1937.

Burial—

200 ± Æ.

Athens and Elis Æ of 4th and 5th Centuries with a few of Aetolia.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

104*. Athos, Mt., Canal of Xerxes, Greece, 1839.

Burial—c. 480 B. C.

300 Ꜹ, 100 image.

Darics; early tetradr. of Athens.

Disposition: British Mus., Paris, and H. P. Borrell acq. parts.

Babelon, E. Traité I, pt. 1, p. 21; pt. 2, p. 262. Plates. Jour. Internat., VIII, 1905, p. 42.

Beulé, E. Monnaies d'Athènes, 1858, p. 43, illus.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., VI, 1844, p. 153, note.

See also Sotheby Sale, Borrell Coll., July 12, 1852, pp. 47–48.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919. p. 121.

Howorth. H. H. Num. Chron., 1903, p. 29.

Lenormant, F. Déscription des médailles de Baron Behr. 1857, p. 38.

Mommsen, T. Hist. de la monnaie romaine. I, p. 9, Note 2.

Regling, K. Klio, XIV, 1915, p. 96, No. 4; p. 104.

105. Attica, 1927.

Burial—Before 88 B. C.

244 Æ.

Athens.

Disposition: American Numismatic Society.

Bellinger, A. R. Two Hoards of Attic Bronze Coins. (N. N. M. No. 42) New York, 1930. Plate.

106. Attica, 1927.

Burial—After 88 B. C.

45 Æ.

Athens.

Disposition: American Numismatic Society.

Bellinger, A. R. Two Hoards of Attic Bronze Coins. (N. N. M. No. 42) New York, 1930. Plate.

107*. Auriol, France, 1867.

Burial—c. 470–460 B. C.

2130 image.

Small uninscribed archaic.

Disposition: Marseilles, Paris, F. de Saulcy—remainder dispersed.

Babelon, E. Traité I, pt. 2, pp. 1575–1618. Plates. Bibliography, p. 1577. Rev. Num., 1888, p. 496; 1900, p. 242.

Blancard, L. Le Trésor d'Auriol. Marseille, 10 p.

Blancard, L. Iconographie des monnaies du Trésor d'Auriol, 1900.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies gauloises, 1905, p. 227, p. 544. Bibliography, p. 545.

Chabouillet, A. Rev. Num., 1869, pp. 348–360; 1874, p. 164.

Hucher, E. Mélanges numismatiques, 1875, II, pp. 12–44, illus.

La Tour, H. Atlas de monnaies gauloises. Paris, 1892. Plate 1.

Platt Sale, Luneau Coll., part 3, Feb. 8, 1923, p. 5. Plate.

Kolb, P. Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Hoffman Sale, Bompois Coll., 1882, Nos. 2130–45.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anterior a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934, p. 48.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2374.

108*. Avola, Sicily, 1888.

Burial—

33 Ꜹ, 150 image.

Ꜹ: Darics 4; Abydus st. 1; Amphipolis 1; Lampsacus 14, Syracuse 14; image: Terina 1; Syracuse 3 +; Anactorium 3; Himera tetradr.?; Argos-Amphilochicum 4; Leucas 2; Corinth 40; not seen, 97. Evans, Orsi and Regling consider the gold and silver separate hoards.

Disposition: A. Löbbecke, Montagu Coll., Brit. Mus.

Löbbecke, A. Zeit. f. Num., 1890, XVII, pp. 167–179. Plate.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., III, fasc. 1, p. 6.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1891, p. 297, note 22. Plate.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, p. 123, note.

Baldwin, Agnes. Zeit. f. Num., XXXII, 1915, p. 4 ff. Plate. Also Amer. Jour. Num., LIII, pt. III, p. 15.

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1892, p. 2.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 28.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 1439, 1941.

109*. Avola, Sicily, 1891.

Burial—c. 413 B. C.

2000 (?) image.

Syracuse; Gela; Agrigentum; Leontini. Tetradr. of 6th and 5th centuries.

Disposition: Syracuse acq. part.

Tamponi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1891, pp. 345–347.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., III, 1917, p. 6.

110*. Avola (Mammanelli), 1914.

Burial—c. 413–405 B. C.

400 + Ꜹ.

Syracuse (5th cent.) 100 hectolitrae, 100 pentekontalitrae; Persia, 100 darics.

Disposition: Syracuse and Baron Pennisi di Floristella; E. T. Newell acq. 6.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., III, 1917, pp. 1–30 Plate.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, p. 123.

Ciccio, G. de. Gli aurei siracusani di Cimone e di Eveneto, 27 p., Napoli, 1922. Boll. del Circolo Num. Napoletano, 1922, fasc. 1–2.

Naville, Sale IV, June 17, 1922, Nos. 347–359. Plate. Naville, VI, 1924 (Bement Coll.), Nos. 504–508. Plate. Coll. R. Jameson. Nos, 1917, 1918, 1925, 1926, 1927,2430.

111*. Aytoska Banja, Bulgaria, 1910.

Burial—

Autonomous bronze of: Callatis 8; Dionysopolis 6; Istrus 1; Odessus 14; Tomis 13; Abdera 5; Aenus 3; Anchialus 1; Apollonia 71; Byzantium 3; Cabyle 1; Cardia 5; Chersonesus 3; Hadrianopolis 1; Lysimachia 4; Maroneia 9; Mesembria 220; Perinthus 39; Thasos 12; Acanthus 1; Amphipolis 6; Chalcidice 2; Neapolis 1; Pella 14; Thessalonica 25; Abydus 6; Amisus 1; Calchedon 2; Chios 3; Cyzicus 2; Gargara 1; Miletus 1; Pergamum 1; Proconnesus 1. Regal issues: Amadocus 1; Cersobleptes 2; Chebritelmis 3; Seuthes III, 5; Lysimachus 22; Cavarus 12; Rhoemetalces I (with Augustus), 181; Cotys IV and Rhaescuporis 1; Rhoemetalces III (with Caligula), 2; Philip II, 68; Alexander III, 10; Philip III, 8; Adacus 3. Found with Roman and Byzantine in basin of spring.

Disposition: Sofia (large part).

Filow, B. Archäol. Anzeig., 1911, pp. 350–356.

112. Aytosko, Bulgaria, 1925.

Burial—

18 image.

Alexander III 18 tetradr.

Disposition: N. A. Mouchmoff examined 13.

Mouchmoff, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 322. (Bulgarian text).

113. Aytosko, Bulgaria, 1931.

Burial—

80 Æ.

Mesembria 80.

Disposition: N. Rankoff (Sofia).

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1932–33, p. 424.

114. Aytosko, Bulgaria, 1933–34.

Burial—

152 Æ.

Philip II 146; Alexander III 5; Lysimachus 1.

Disposition: N. Rankoff (Sofia).

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 472.

115*. Babylon, 1849.

Burial—

image.

Alexander III decadr. found in ruins of temple.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and Berlin. Large part melted in Baghdad.

Leake, V. M. Numismata Hellenica, 1856, p. 5.

Hultsch, F. Griechische und Römische metrologie, p. 245, note 1.

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., VIII, 1881, p. 5, illus.

116*. Babylon, 1900.

Burial—c. 150 B. C.

100 image.

Tetradr. of Samothrace 1; types of Lysimachus 11; types of Alexander the Great 43 (Mints indicated); Eretria 3; Athens 1; Mithradates III of Pontus 1?; Cyzicus 1; Eumenes II, 1; Attalus II, 7; Alexandria Troas 1; Ilium 5; Mytilene 1; Cos 2; Side 6; Seleucus II, 1; Antiochus IV, 3; Demetrius I, 12.

Disposition: Berlin.

Regling, K. Zeit. für Num., 1928, p. 92 f. Pl. viii–xiii.

Koldewey, Robert. The Excavations at Babylon, 1914, p. 270, cf. illus.

117*. Babylon (?), 1914 (?).

Burial—

50 + Æ.

Seleuceia ad Tigrim 23; overstruck of Mithradates I or II, 27.

Disposition: Col. F. M. Allotte de la Fuÿe.

Allotte de la Fuÿe, F. M. Rev. Num., 1919, p. 74.

Cf. also Newell, E. T. Mithradates of Parthia and Hyspaosines of Characene: A Numismatic Palimpsest. New York, 1925. Six coins similar to those of Mithradates described above, and possibly coming from the same hoard, furnish data for identifying the under-type as that of Hyspaosines of Characene.

118*. Babylonia, c. 1900?

Burial—After 280 B. C. (Newell).

109 image.

Alexander III, 70 tetradr; 1 didr., 1 dr.; Philip III, 5 tetradr; Seleucus I, 26 tetradr., 4 dr.; Athenian imitation tetradr. 1; Tyre (Owl) 1 didr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. from Prof. Haynes (from Nippur?).

E. T. Newell's note.

Bacchias, see 1144–45.

119*. Baendir, Aiden, Asia Minor, 1909.

Burial—

64 Æ.

Greek Imperial (Pius to Salonina) Ephesus 15; Magnesia 2; Metropolis 2. Neapolis Maced.; Perinthus; Cyme; Temnos; Colophon; Smyrna; Aphrodisias; Neapolis Cariae; Tarsus; Saitta; Thyatira; Germa; one each.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

120*. Baia de Cris, Rumania, 1850.

Burial—

70 + image.

Apollonia of 168 B. C. Found in jar with ornaments.

Disposition:

Seidl, J. G. Archiv f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, VI, pp. 237–238.

121. Baïraclare (Preporetz), Bulgaria, 1926.

Burial—

200–300 image.

Alexander III, 200–300 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmoff, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, 1926–27, p. 324. (Bulgarian text).

Baluchistan, see 583.

122. Balkans, 1936/7.

Burial—

22 image.

Alexander III, 22 tetradr. (Mesembria, Odessus, Callatis, Dionysopolis, Heraclea, and uncertain mints of Thrace and Asia Minor—many not in Müller).

Disposition: Acq. by E. T. Newell.

Note by E. T. Newell.

123*. Banja Ferdinandovo, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial—

44 image.

Tetradr. of Macedon under Romans of three varieties (Gaebler, Nos. 159, 176, 178).

Disposition: Sofia acq. part.

Jahrb. Deutsch. Arch. Inst., 1910, p. 403.

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 224. (Bulgarian text).

124*. Barrafranca, Sicily, 1909.

Burial—c. 210 B. C.

84 Æ.

Syracuse, Hieron II with Roman Repub.

Disposition: Syracuse.

Orsi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1909, pp. 67–70.

Cf. Orsi, P. Boll. Ital. Num., 1909, pp. 157–159.

Lenzi, Furio. Rass. Num., VII, 1910, p. 25.

125. Barria sur Ogosta, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial—

44 image.

Macedonōn Protōn, 44 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 224. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 20, No. 22.

126*. Basilicata, Italy, 1860.

Burial—

image.

Tarentum and Neapolis Camp., large number; Romano-Camp.

Disposition:

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île Italique, 1870, p. 32.

Bahrfeldt, M. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 81.

127*. Basilicata, Italy, 1865.

Burial—after 343 B. C.

26 image.

Croton 3; Cumae 3; Heraclea 1; Hyrina 3; Metapontum 2; Neapolis Camp. 2; Nola 1; Tarentum 3: Terina 3; Thurium 1; Velia 4.

Disposition:

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île Italique, 1870, p. 36.

128*. Basilicata, Italy, 1910–1912 (?).

Burial—

image.

Metapontum, tetradr. and didr.; Thurium, Croton, Heraclea, didr. Period 380–270 B. C.

Disposition:

Sambon, A. Miscellanea Numis., II, pp. 33–36, illus.

129*. Basra, Mesopotamia, c. 1860.

Burial—

image, Æ.

Parthia: Artabanus II, 10 image; Mithradates II, 6 image, 2 Æ.

Disposition: Prokesch-Osten acq. 18.

Prokesch-Osten, A. Les monnaies des rois parthes de la coll. Prokesch-Osten, 1874–75, pp. 18–21.

130*. Battaglia, Italy, 1894.

Burial—After 77 B. C. (Regling).

40 image.

Tetradr. of Tyre (77–6 B. C.); Demetrius I Soter; Lysimachus (late BY); Eucratides. Remainder cistophori, incl. 1 of Apameia, Phrygia.

Disposition:

Barnabei, F. Not. Scavi, 1894, p. 190.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1928, p. 98.

Batu-Harit, see 1101.

131. Batum (near), Transcaucasia, 1903.

Burial—

40 image.

Colchis, anepigraphic.

Disposition: E. A. Pachomov.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 37, No. 3. (Reviewed by Vasmer, Zeit. f. Num., 1926, p. 272–279.)

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 283.

132*. Beirut, Syria, 1860

Burial—

600 Æ.

Byblus, Berytus, Sidon—Imperial.

Disposition:

Weckbecker, C. Wiener Num. Monatshefte, 1865, I, p. 100.

133*. Beirut, (Berytus), c. 1900.

Burial—

1000 Æ, Ꜹ.

Æ of Philip II and Alexander III found with their gold coins. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Blätter f. Münzfr., 1900, Nos. 245–46, p. 137.

134*. Beithir, Syria, 1901.

Burial—

500 ± image.

Sidon dynasts 177 double st.; Athens 2 tetradr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell, parts (ex. Torrey and Rouvier Coll.).

Rouvier, J. Bull. Archéol. Comité des Travaux Hist., 1901, p. 371; Rev. Num., 1902, p. 256. Plate.

Babelon, E. Bull. Archéol. Comite des Travaux Hist., 1902, p. 33.

Bull. Internat., II, 1903, p. 5.

B. M. C. Phoenicia. 1910, pp. 141, 144, etc.

Torrey, C. C. Amer. Jour. Arch., 1902, p. 33.

135. Bekiler, Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

2 Kgr. Æ.

Maroneia (Dionysus—all same type).

Disposition: Sofia acq. 138.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 473.

136. Belmonte (Cosenza), Italy, 1935.

Burial—

23 image.

Bruttii 18; Carthaginian 5 dr. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Mus. Naz., Rome.

Cesano, L. Di due piccoli ripostigli di argenti cartaginesi e dei Brettii. (In Trans. Num. Congress, London, 1936.) Plate.

137. Benares, India, c. 1775.

Burial—

172 Ꜹ.

Persian darics.

Disposition: Melting pot.

Nicholls, John. Recollections, etc., II, p. 203.

138*. Benevento, Italy, 1877.

Burial—

image.

Samnium (Social War), with Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Duhn, F. von. Zeit. f. Num., 1878, pp. 339–346.

139*. Benevento, 1884.

Burial—c. 310 B. C.

200 + image.

Tarentum 4; Neapolis Camp. 8; Nola 2; Hyrina 2; Velia 3; Metapontum 2; Capua 3; Samnium.

Disposition:

Evans, A. J. The Horsemen of Tarentum. Num. Chron., 1889, pp. 92–93, 212–215. Plates.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 49.

140*. Benha, Egypt, 1922–23.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Ptolemy IV, 6 octodr. with portrait of Ptolemy III in rayed crown; 8 or more of the octodr. like B. M. C. Ptolemies, Pl. VII, 4, and several Ꜹ tetradr. of the same type.

Disposition:

Newell, E. T. Numismatist, 1924, p. 302.

141. Benha (Tel el-Atrib), Egypt, 1924 (?).

Burial—

Silver bullion.

Disposition:

Zeit. f. Num., 1927, p. 6. Note 3, and p. 136 f.

Annales du Service des Antiquités, 1924, p. 181.

142. Benha, Egypt, 1935.

Burial—Early in reign of Ptol. IV.

50 ± Ꜹ.

Gold of Ptolemy II, III and IV; Ꜹ octodrs. of Arsinoe and "Theon Adelphon." Octodrs. of outlying mints: Berytus, Tyre, Sidon, Salamis, Kition, Joppa.

Disposition: V. Adda Coll., Alexandria, 17; remainder dispersed.

Information supplied by Mrs. A. Baldwin Brett. Publication forthcoming.

143. Benha el-Asl, Egypt, 1928.

Burial—c. 485 B. C.

71 + image.

Abdera 1; Thasos 3; Acanthus 3; Neapolis Datenon 1; Mende 1; Orrescii 2; Terone 2; "Lete" 6; Uncertain Thraco-Macedonian (Triskeles-Star 4; Sphinx 2); Eretria 2; Athens 4; Aegina 1; Naxos 1; Chios 2; Phaselis 2; Idalium 1; Golgi (?) 1; Uncertain of Cyprus 3; cast dumps 8.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 31 + 8 dumps; E. T. Newell acq. 2.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1930, pp. 93–106, Pls. VIII–IX; 1931, pp. 68–71; 1932, p. 200.

Newell, E. T. Num. Chron., 1931, pp. 66–68.

144*. Beni-Hasan, Egypt, 1903.

Burial—c. 360 B. C.

65 image.

Athens (struck in Egypt) 54 tetradr., 1 dr. (5th cent. type); Tyre 4; Sidon 14; Gaza, a fragment; with silver bars and rings, in a jar.

Disposition: Liverpool, Archaeol. Inst. and Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.

Milne, J. G. Rev. Archéol., 1905, pp. 257–261. Rev. Num., 1905, pp. 235–236.

Milne, J. G. Jour. Egypt. Archaeol., XIX, 1933, pp. 119–121.

145. Benkovski (Staro-Zagor), Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

270 + image.

Tetradr. of Athens (Period II, New Style), Maroneia and Thasos.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, pp. 471–472.

146*. Beresanj, (anc. Leuke, island near Olbia).

Burial—

Æ.

Olbia.—Fish money and large Æ. asses found in excavations.

Disposition:

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1905, p. 62.

147. Bemalda, (Lacava), Lucania, 1935 (?).

Burial—

972 + image, Ꜹ.

Tarentum 512 didr.; Heraclea 15 didr. (standing Hercules), 4 (Hercules wrestling with lion); Metapontum 1 Ꜹ (head of Demeter), 6 Ꜹ (Head of Leucippus), 2 tetradr., 359 didr.; Thurium 36 didr., 1 tetradr.; Croton 36 didr.

Disposition: Reggio acq. 972 listed above; in commerce (see note).

Numismatica (Santamaria), Anno I, No. 1, p. 18; No. 2, p. 40.

Rasseg. Num., XXXII, 1935, p. 406.

Jour. Hell. Stud., LVI, 1936, p. 225.

Note: Although this hoard was reported to have been sequestrated in its entirety, leakages began to appear on the market shortly after its discovery and these can hardly have come from any other source. There were at least ten additional gold pieces of Metapontum including three specimens of a new type with a facing head.

Bessarabia, see 46.

148. Beth-Shan, Palestine, 1921–23.

Burial—

20 (?) image.

Tetradr. of Ptolemy Philadelphus.

Disposition: Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

Fisher, C. S. Museum Journal (Univ. of Pennsylvania), XIV, 1923, p. 239, illus.

Fitzgerald, Gerald M. Beth-Shan Excavations 1921–23. The Arab and Byzantine levels. Phila., Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum, 1931, p. 33, Pl. XLI.

Beyrouth, see 132–133.

149. Bhutri, Hazara Dist., India, 1933.

Burial—

495 image, 11 Æ.

Zoilus (Panjab Mus. Cat., VII, 534), 1; Strato (P. M. Cat. VIII, 643), 8; Azes (P. M. Cat. XI, 122) 486 image. (P. M. Cat. XI, 122) 6 Æ. (P. M. Cat. XI, 157) 1 Æ. (P. M. Cat. XI, 195) 1 Æ.; Local Taxila, 3 Æ.

Disposition:

Communication from R. B. Whitehead.

150. Biandrate, Italy, 1926.

Burial—

96 image.

Imitations of Massalia.

Disposition: Supt. of Antiquities.

Not. Scavi, 1926, pp. 261–262.

151. Biéla Slatina, Bulgaria, 1903.

Burial:—

74 image.

Thasos 74 late tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, No. 29. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 16, No. 5.

152*. Bihar, Hungary, 1907 (?).

Burial—

20 image.

Apollonia Illyrici.

Disposition:

Num. Közlöny, 1908, p. 113.

153. Bithynia, 1928.

Burial—c. 75 B. C.

60 + image.

Lysimachus 20 tetradr.; Nicomedes II and successors 28; Mithradates VI, 12.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Bitonto, see 790.

154*. Bittir, Palestine, 1889.

Burial—

350 image, Æ.

Judaea, second revolt, 46 tetradr.; denarii of Eleazar, Simon Barcochba.

Disposition: L. Hamburger (now Br. Mus.), Montagu Coll., J. Evans.

Hamburger, L. Zeit. f. Num., XVIII, 1892, pp. 241–348

B. M. C. Palestine, civ.

Bivona, see 193.

155*. Bizerte, Tunis, 1905.

Burial—5th cent.

80 image.

Athens; Agrigentum; Gela; Leontini; Syracuse; Messana (some cut). One ingot and bracelets.

Disposition: Musée Alaoui at Bizerte; M. A. Merlin and Admiral Aubert acq. parts.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Num., 1907, p. 533.

De Bray, Comm. Bull. de la Soc. Arch. de Sousse, V., 1907, pp. 104–05.

156*. Bogata Muresului, Rumania, 1904.

Burial—After 146 B. C.

800 image.

Thasos tetradr. and imitations.

Disposition:

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, X, 1913, p. 64, No. 28.

157*. Bogatzi (Rumania), 1913.

Burial—After 146 B. C.

image.

Thasos tetradr. and Macedon under Romans.

Disposition:

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XV, 1920, Nos. 35–36 p. 79, No. 72.

158*. Bogopol, S. Russia, 1785.

Burial—

Pharnaces; Cotys I; Sauromates.

Disposition:

Mém. Soc. d'archéol, et Num. de St. Pétersbourg, IV, 1850, p. 240.

159. Bokhara, 1821.

Burial—

Æ?

Barbaric (probably Sogdiana) 8; Sogdiana (by Tychsen called Characene) 4; Bactria (Demetrius) 4.

Disposition:

Tychsen, T. C. Comment. Soc. Reg. Scient. Göttingen, VI, 1823. Classis hist. et phil., pp. 3–16.

Boonarbashee, see 172.

160. Borgo, Sicily, c. 1907.

Burial—

image.

Corinth and Colonies (?).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Orsi, P. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., III, 1919, p. 22.

161. Borgo Vercelli, Italy, 1885.

Burial—

100 + image.

Massalia (imitations?).

Disposition: Museo di Como and Dott. Garovaglio of Lovena acq. parts.

Ferrero, Mem. d. R. Accad. d. Scienze di Torino, Ser. III, XLI, a, 1891, pp. 129, 383–384.

162. Bori, Kutais, Georgia, 1907.

Burial—

19 image.

Gotarzes 3 dr.; Roman of Augustus 16 den. Found during excavations.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 284, No. 20.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3. Baku, 1926. p. 40, No. 33.

163. Bourgas, Bulgaria, 1911.

Burial—

69 Æ.

Apollonia in Pontus, (Apollo-anchor), 69 small Æ, all of same type and worn.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, II, 1911, p. 283. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 19, No. 18.

164. Brasov, Rumania, 1932.

Burial—

20 image.

Thasos 20 tetradr.

Disposition: Rumanian Acad. acq. part; remainder dispersed.

Communication from Dr. Const. Moisil.

165*. Brentonico, North Italy, 1827.

Burial—

11 image, EL.

Gaul 5 EL; 6 image.

Disposition:

Noriller, G. B. I Lavini di Mario celebrati da Dante. Rovereto, 1871, p. 160, Plate I, 1–3, 4–6.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

166*. Brentonico, North Italy, 1852.

Burial—

257 image.

Massalia (barbaric imitation). Found in jar.

Disposition: G. B. Noriller acq. 37.

Noriller, G. B. I Lavini di Mario celebrati da Dante. Rovereto, 1871, p. 159.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

Bromberg, see 933.

167*. Bronte, Sicily, 1915.

Burial—

200 + image.

Pegasi (several hundred); Syracuse, archaic, tetradr.; Messana, archaic tetradr. Prof. Orsi regards as doubtful the report that decadrachms were found with the pegasi.

Disposition: Syracuse acq. part.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

168*. Brusq, near Toulon, France.

Burial—

image, 1500 Æ.

Massalia—small number of silver and bronze of rare types; found with Roman.

Disposition:

Bull. Archeol.du Comitédes Travaux-Hist., 1902, p.LI.

169. Bubovo (Kazanlik), Bulgaria, 1933–34.

Burial—

80 image.

Parium and Chersonesus Thraciae.

Disposition:

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 472.

170*. Buccheri, Sicily, 1904.

Burial—c. 134 B. C.

39 + Ꜹ, image.

Alexander III, 4 tetradr.; Philip II, 2 Ꜹ st. and "some" tetradr.; Corinth 30 Pegasi; Thasos 3 late tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Not. d. Scavi, 1905, pp. 437–438.

Rev. Num., 1906, p. 348.

Budrun, see 477.

171. Bulgaria, after 1886.

Burial—Before 400 B. C. (Regling).

7 + EL.

Cyzicene staters and 1 hecte.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 26.

L. Hamburger Sale, 1928, Pl. III, 173–9.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2564.

A letter from Dr. Gerassimov informs me that this hoard consisted of 30 EL pieces and that it is said to have been found in Givcovo, near Ichtiman on the Sofia-Philippol road, about 1890. Ten staters are said to have been in the collection of ex-King Ferdinand.

172*. Bunar Baschi, Asia Minor, 1875.

Burial—Early 1st Cent. B. C.

100 ± image.

Tetradr. of Lysimachus 50; Mithradates VI, 15; Nicomedes II, 30; Ariarathes V, 4; Ariarathes VI, 1. Found in jar.

Disposition: Berlin 1 (Ariarathes V).

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., IV, 1877, p. 10, illus.

173*. Burwein, Switzerland, 1786.

Burial—

image.

Massalia with Gaulish, in bronze kettle.

Disposition: Zurich and Chur Museums acq. parts.

Blanchet, A. Traité. Paris, 1905, p. 606.

173a. Bushir, Persia, 1929.

Burial—

30 + Æ.

Orthagnes and Pacores.

Disposition:

Archäologische Mitteil. aus Iran, Bd. IV, Heft 2, Jan. 1932, p. 103, Note 3.

174. Butrinto, Albania, 1927.

Burial—

15 image.

Corcyra 1 st., 2 dr.; Dyrrhachium 5 st.; Corinth 4 dr., 1 hemidr.; Sicyon 1 dr.; Caulonia one third.

Disposition: Rome.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., VII, 1932, pp. 47–58, Plate.

175. Byblus, Syria, 1931.

Burial—c. 307 B. C.

241 ± image.

About 100 silver coins of Azbaal, Ainel, Adramelek (Kings of Byblus) in one jar. 141 tetradr. of Alexander III, Philip III, Ptolemy I in a second jar.

Disposition: Museum of Beirut (?).

Letter to Mr. Newell from M. H. Seyrig, Directeur du Service des Antiquités, June 18, 1931.

Cabul, see 520.

176*. Cadenet (Distr. Apt), France, 1860.

Burial—

1800 image.

Massalia. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Marseilles and De Saulcy acq. parts.

Saussaye, L. de la. Rev. Num., 1860, pp. 485–490.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies gauloises, 1905, p. 597.

Dict. Archeol. Gaule, p. 215.

177*. Cadiz, Spain.

Burial—

image, Æ.

Gades (?), some with Phoenician inscriptions. 80 varieties found in sea and near city.

Disposition:

Hübner. Monumentae linguae Ibericae. No. 154, p. 124.

Rada y Delgado, J. Medallas autonomas, II, Seville, 1876, 33. Plates.

Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 452.

178. Caesarea-Mazaca (Kaisarieh), 1850.

Burial—

image.

Staters of Tarsus (Datames and Mazeus); Aspendus.

Disposition:

Six, J. P. Num. Chron., 3d. ser., IV, 1884, p. 119.

Blau, O. De Numis. Achaemenidarum, 1855, p. 16. No. 25.

179*. Caesarea-Mazaca, 1906.

Burial—121 A. D.

800 image.

Archelaus 9; remainder, Greek Imperial of Caesareia, Tiberius to Hadrian. Found with a remarkable bronze lamp.

Disposition: Paris, E. T. Newell and Mrs. T. Leslie Shear acq. parts; remainder dispersed.

Baldwin, Agnes. Arethuse, 1927, pp. 145–172, Pls. XXIV–XXVI.

Sydenham, E. A. The coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia, London, 1933.

Gnecchi, F. Riv. Ital. di Num., 1909, pp. 19–20.

Caiffa, see 475.

180*. Calabria, 1833.

Burial—c. 460 B. C.

381 image.

Incuse: Caulonia 13; Croton 92; Croton and Temesa 7; Laus 1; Metapontum 86; Siris 1; Sybaris 13; Tarentum 1. Double relief: Caulonia 36; Laus 4; Poseidonia 24; Rhegium 3; Tarentum 39; Syracuse, 36 tetradr.; Messana 23 tetradr.; Agrigentum 1; Gela 1.

Disposition: Naples Museum.

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île Italique, 1870, p. 28.

Avellino, F. M. Opusculi II, p. 167.

Mommsen, T. Hist. de la monnaie romaine, p. 151 (Orig. ed., p. 108, Note 54).

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 219.

181*. Calabria, 1842.

Burial—

1000 image.

Sybaris; Croton; Caulonia; Tarentum; Siris 3; Laus 2. Mainly incuse.

Disposition: Naples; Santangelo—selection.

Schulz, E. G. Bull. dell'Inst., 1842, p. 71.

Mommsen, T. Hist. de la monnaie romaine, I, p. 151.

182*. Calabria, 1863.

Burial—c. 480 B. C.

175 image.

Incuse: Caulonia 12; Croton 66; Laus 1; Metapontum 14; Sybaris 12. Double relief: Caulonia 40; Poseidonia 14; Tarentum 15; Serguntium (not Merusium), 1.

Disposition: Serguntium piece in Br. Mus. (ex Wigan) possibly from this hoard.

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île Italique, 1870, p. 34.

183*. Calabria, 1864.

Burial—ante 433 B. C. (Sambon).

97 image.

Incuse: Caulonia 1; Croton 12; Metapontum 4. Double relief: Corinth 1; Caulonia 12; Croton 7; Metapontum 6; Pandosia 1; Tarentum 17; Terina 10; Thurium 26.

Disposition: Pandosia stater, in Boston.

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique, 1870, p. 35.

184*. Calabria, 1864.

Burial—510–500 B. C.

87 image.

Incuse: Caulonia 8; Croton 20; Metapontum 35; Poseidonia 1; Sybaris 23.

Disposition:

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique, 1870, p. 35.

Calabria, 1879, see Aisaros.

185*. Calabria, 1887.

Burial—c. 272 B. C.

500 + image.

Tarentum 343 didr., 68 dr.; Heraclea 13 didr.; Thurium 3 didr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Evans, A. J. The "Horsemen of Tarentum." Num. Chron., 1889, pp. 153–163; 216–217.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 193, 249, 251.

186*. Calabria (Ionian Shore), 1908.

Burial—c. 360 B. C.

image.

Tarentum; Metapontum (400–380 B. C.); Thurium; Terina; Croton; Corcyra 100; Corinth.

Disposition: Dr. J. Hirsch.

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 204. w. some identifications.

187*. Calabria, 1920.

Burial—

6 image.

Tarentum 1 (Hippocamp type with crab symbol); Croton 4 incuse st.; Caulonia 1 st.

Disposition:

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 226, Note 99.

Callatis, see 643–45.

Calogero, Mt., see 1092.

188. Caltagirone, Sicily, 1909–10.

Burial—

273 image.

Syracuse 70; Selinus 30; Agrigentum 78; Himera 6; Gela 68; Camarina 1; Leontini 2; Messana 7; Rhegium 4; Acanthus 1; Athens 6.

Disposition: Syracuse.

Boll. Arte, IV, 1910, pp. 323–324.

Am. Jour. Archeol., XV, 1911, p. 99.

189*. Calymna, 1823.

Burial—c. 335 B. C. (Head).

10,000(?) image.

Calymna; Rhodes; Cos; Cnidus; Sigli ("several thousand darics"); Mausolus; Hidrieus; Pixodarus; Evagoras II. Mainly dr. and didr.

Disposition: Nine-tenths melted.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron. IX, 1847, pp. 165–166.

Six, J. P. Num. Chron., 1877, pp. 81–89.

Babelon, E. Traité, II, part 2, p. 170.

Babelon, E. Les Perses Achéménides. Paris, 1893, pp. cxxiv–cxxv.

Head, B. V. Hist. Num., 1st ed., Oxford, 1887, p. 534.

Howorth, H. H. Num. Chron., 1903, p. 37.

Prokesch-Osten, A. von. Inedita meiner sammlung, p. 289.

Num. Zeit., 1870, p. 240.

190*. Calymna, ante 1922.

Burial—

image.

Miletus, type of B. M. C. Ionia, p. 197, nos. 134–137 (overstruck). Selection from large hoard.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. (given by J. L. Myres).

Num. Chron., 1923, p. 227.

191. Calymna, 1932–34 (?).

Burial—Before 100 B. C.

142 + image, Æ.

image of Calymna 6; Cos 30 + 50 oxidized drachms; Rhodes 2; Æ (all of Cos) 54.

Disposition: Br. Mus. and Ashmolean acq. parts.

Num. Chron. 1936, pp. 192–4.

192. Cam-Koria, Bulgaria, 1929.

Burial—

13 image.

Philip II, 1 tetradr.; Alexander III, 6 tetradr. and 4 dr.; Lysimachus 2 tetradr.

Disposition: Sofia Museum 2 tetradr. Lysimachus.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

193*. Cammarata, Sicily, c. 1859.

Burial—c. 304 B. C. (?).

194 image.

Syracuse 10 tetradr. (7 of Agathocles); Selinus 2; Cephaloedium 2; Siculo-Punic 30 ±; Pegasi 150 (incl. 1 Anactorium, 1 Argos Amphilochicum).

Disposition: G. Romano and the Duc de Luynes acq. parts.

Romano, G. Sopra alcune monete scoverte in Sicilia Parigi, 1862, 59 p. Plate.

Rhein. Museum, 1905, p. 353.

194. Campiglia, Marittima, Italy, 1932.

Burial—

19 + Ꜹ.

Etruscan gold of 50, 25, 12 1/2 and 10 units incl. at least one unpub. variety.

Disposition: A. H. Lloyd acq. 6 Ꜹ; E. T. Newell 3; DeNanteuil 3.

Syll. Num. Gr., Part II, Nos. 11–14, 17–18.

Naville, XVI, Nos. 4–8, incl.

Campli, see 130.

195*. Campobello di Licata, Sicily, 1912.

Burial—

100–200 image.

Tetradr. of Carthage; Panormus; Athens; Syracuse, (including signed pieces of Phrygillos' and Eukleides' Facing Athena).

Disposition: Dr. Hirsch acq. part.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

196*. Campo Laurelli, Italy, 1854.

Burial—

192 image, Æ.

image: Allifae 8; Campania 3; Croton 2; Phistelia 43; Hyrina 3; Metapontum 1; Neapolis 5; Nola 1; Peripolium 2; Poseidonia 1; Tarentum 5; Thurium 2; Velia 5; Rome. Æ: Arpi 1; Luceria 1; Teanum 1; Rome. Part found in skyphos—remainder scattered.

Disposition: Naples Museum (?).

Rizzi, U. Bull. Archéol. de Naples, III, 1855, p. 130.

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique, 1870, p. 29.

Mommsen, T. Hist. de la monnaie romaine, I, p. 169 (orig. ed., p. 119).

197*. Canea (near), Crete, 1922.

Burial—c. 150 B. C.

1000 image.

Cydonia 800: 586 with Aeginetic rev., 200 trihemiob., 14 ob.; Tanus 11 ob.; Itanus 1 ob., 1 dr.; Orion (?) 1; Uncertain of Crete 200; Aegina 2 triob.; Argos 5 hemidr.; Chalcis 1 dr.; Corinth 2; Histiaea 129 tetrob.; Macedon 7 tetrob.; Rhodes 1 didr.; Pot (?) hoard.

Disposition: R. B. Seager (selection now in B. M.) and Athens (80 ±).

Seager, R. B. A Cretan coin hoard (N. N. M. No. 23) N. Y., 1924. 55 pp. 12 Plates.

198*. Canicattini, Sicily, 1896.

Burial—

80 image.

Carthage tetradr.; Syracuse 6 decadr.; tetradr. of other mints of Sicily.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

199*. Canosa di Puglia, Italy, 1911 (?).

Burial—

117 Æ, 9 image.

Tarentum 1; Nuceria 4; Suessa 4; with 2 quadrigati and 117 victoriati.

Disposition: Naples.

Cesano, L. Riv. Ital. Num., 1912, pp. 300–304.

200. Cappadocia, 1935.

Burial—

99 image.

Ariarathes IV, V, VI and VII, 99 dr.

Disposition: British Museum and Ashmolean Museum.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

201*. Capua, Italy, 1855.

Burial—

image, Æ.

image: Neapolis 54; Metapontum 2; Croton 1; Hyria 2; Tarentum 15; Velia 11; Romano-Campanian 3. Æ: Capua (?) 3. Also jewelry and precious stones. Hoard?

Disposition:

Ruggiero, M. Degli scavi di antichita nelle prov. ... Napoli, 1743–1871. Napoli, 1888, p. 325.

202*. Capua, 1857.

Burial—218–202 B. C. (Le Gentilhomme)

35 image.

Neapolis 2; Romano-Campanian 33 quadrigati.

Disposition:

Ruggiero, M. Degli scavi di antichita nelle prov. ... Napoli, 1743–1871. Napoli, 1888, p. 333. Le

Gentilhomme, P. Rev. Num., 1934, p. 4.

203. Capua, 1881.

Burial—

image.

Small module pieces of Neapolis and Phistelia.

Disposition:

Notizie degli Scavi, 1881, p. 91.

Cara-Bunar, Bulgaria, see 526.

Carditsa, see 718.

205. Caria, 1932 (?).

Burial—c. 460 B. C.

144 ± image.

Phaselis (countermarked) 1; Uncertain of Caria hitherto assigned to Mallus or "Aphrodisias" 86; Uncertain of Caria previously given to Olbia 36; Uncertain of Asia Minor (Springing lion—helmet) 1; Unidentifiable 1.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 2; Paris acq. 2; remained dispersed.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1936, pp. 265–80, Pl. XIV.

Naville XVI, 585.

206*. Carife, Samnium, Italy, 1896.

Burial—

126 image, Æ.

Phistelia 1; Aquilonia 1; Roma; Neapolis 44; Arpi 22; Salapia 2; Brundisium 1; Tarentum 2; Heraclea 5; Thurium 3; Mamertini 3; Syracuse 2; 2 uncertain. image, 13; Æ, 17 cast, 86 struck.

Disposition:

Bahrfeldt, M. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, pp. 82–83.

Petra, G. de. Not. d. Scavi, 1896, p. 210.

Rev. Num., 1897, p. 104.

Gaz. Num. (Belge), I, 1897, p. 122.

Sambon, A. Riv. Ital. Num., 1907, p. 364.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., I, p. 60, Tabella I.

207*. Carlentini, Sicily, 1909.

Burial—c. 216 B. C.

23 + Ꜹ, EL.

Syracuse; Hieron II, 5; Pyrrhus 1; Carthage 17 El.

Disposition: Syracuse acq. 23 coins.

Orsi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1912, p. 372.

208*. Carosino, Italy, 1904.

Burial—334–330 (Vlasto).

230 ± image.

Tarentum st. and diobols; Terina; Metapontum; Croton; Thurium; Heraclea; Velia; Poseidonia; Caulonia; Corinth; Leucas (numerous specimens f. d. c. of type Hirsch XXVI, 519); Ambracia.

Disposition: Taranto acq. 76. (Casts of 22 in Am. Num. Soc.)

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron. 1921, pp. 45, 51, Note 61.

Quagliati, Q. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., VI, p. 3 f.

Cf. also Vlasto in Num. Chron. 1926, p. 218 (p. 66 of reprint).

List of 66 Tarentine types (supplied by M. Vlasto) on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

Cat. R. Jameson, No. 138.

Syll. Num. Gr. II, Nos. 161, 174, 178, 179, 341 (?).

209. Cartagena, Spain, 1866.

Burial—240–210 B. C. (Heiss)

3 + image.

Emporiae 1; Carthage 1; Ebusus 1. F. d. c. pieces found in an abandoned mine. Probably not a hoard but Heiss' deductions as to dating, from their having been found together, have been widely accepted.

Disposition:

Heiss, A. Monn. Ant. de l'Espagne, pp. 45–46.

210*. Cartella, Spain, 1867.

Burial—

30 image.

Emporiae dr.

Disposition:

Zobel de Zangroniz. J. Estudio hist. de la mon. ant. española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 138.

Delgado, A. Med. autonomas de España. Sevilla, 1876, III, p. 197.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933, p. 33.

211*. Carystus (?), Euboea, Greece, 1860.

Burial—

15 image.

Carystus 3 didr., 12 dr.

Disposition: Merlin Coll.

Sotheby, Merlin Sale, Nov. 11, 1861, p. 18, Nos. 96–102. (Merlin 96 = Bunbury I, 960, Pl. VII.)

212*. Carystus, Euboea, 1883.

Burial—c. 88 B. C.

103 image.

Athens tetradr. 70; Carystus 20 dr.

Disposition: Meletopoulos acq. 27 tetradr.

Köhler, U. Zeit. f. Num., XII, 1885, p. 103.

Meletopoulos, A. N. Parnassus, 1883, p. 777.

Am. Jour. Num., XVIII, p. 82.

213*. Caserta, Italy, 1889–1890.

Burial—c. 146 B. C.

499 image.

Aenianes 2; Oetaei 1; Aetolia 4; Locri Opuntii 1; Boeotia 2; Thebes 2; Arcadia 12; Megalopolis 9; Sicyon 38; Patrae 18; Messenia 13; Lacedaemon 23; Argos 49; Chalcis 3; Achaean League 322.

Disposition: Berlin (ex Löbbecke Coll.).

Löbbecke, A. Zeit. f. Num., 1908, pp. 275–303.

214*. Castagneto, Italy, 1896.

Burial—

35 + Æ.

Neapolis Camp. 5; Romano-Campanian 3; Roman Aes Gr. 6, struck Æ 21.

Disposition:

Petra, G. de. Not. d. Scavi, 1896, p. 65.

Bahrfeldt, M. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 82.

Rev. Num., 1897, p. 104.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., I, p. 58.

Sambon, A. Riv. Ital. Num., 1907, p. 364, Tabella II.

215. Castagneto, Italy, 1912.

Burial—

51 Æ.

Isernia 3; Neapolis 1; Teanum 1; Roman and Romano-Campanian 46.

Disposition: Teramo.

Savini, F. Giornale numismatico, 1912, No. 46, pp. 363–364. (Reprinted from Rivista Abruzzese, 1912, Fasc. IV.)

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., I, p. 58, Tabella II.

Castelar, see 176.

Castri, see 278.

Castronuovo, see 193.

216*. Catania (near), c. 1875.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Camarina (cf. Jameson 528); Agrigentum; Gela (cf. Jameson 589); Syracuse. Small module.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Sambon, J. Fixed Price Cat., No. 206, 1903, p. 11; also Fixed Price Cat. of 1885, No. 248, p. 20.

217. Catania, Sicily, 1889.

Burial—

150 image.

Syracuse 150 decadr.

Disposition:

Annuaire de Num., 1890, p. 185, and Procés-verb. p. 9.

218*. Catania, Sicily, 1907 (?).

Burial—

image.

Camarina; Agrigentum. 5th century coinages.

Disposition:

Le Musée, 1908, p. 40.

219*. Catania, 1922.

Burial—

Æ.

Rhegium; Mamertini;—small pieces. Found with 3 kilograms of Roman asses.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

220*. Catchitza, Bulgaria, 1918.

Burial—c. 270 A. D.

508 + Æ.

Dionysopolis; Odessus; Tomis; Marcianopolis; Anchialus; Bizya; Mesembria.

Disposition: Sofia acq. part.

Mouchmoff, N. A. Rev. Num., 1922, pp. 58–72; 149–172. Pls. I—III; 1931, pp. 86–95, pl. III.

Moisil, C. Bulet. Soc. Num. Romane, July, 1922, p. 106.

221. Caulonia, Italy, 1915 (?).

Burial—

20 + image.

Bruttii and Carthaginian.

Disposition: 7 Bruttian and 3 hemidr. at Mus. de Reggio Calabria.

Cesano, L. Cited in paper read before London Congress, 1936.

222. Caulonia, 1915.

Burial—389 B. C. (Orsi).

18 image.

Sybaris 1 st.; Neo-Sybaris 1/6 st.; Thurium 4 didr., 3 diobols; Croton 4 st., 1 fraction; Caulonia 3 st.; Terina 1 didr. (variety not in Regling's Terina).

Disposition: P. Orsi.

Orsi, P. Monumenti Antichi., XXIII, 1915, Cols. 941–944.

223*. Cava dei Tirreni, Camp., 1908.

Burial—

90 + Æ.

Paestum formed 1/3 of find; Campania; Bruttium; Lucania; Agathocles and other Sicilian Æ; with 47 Aes Grave.

Disposition:

Petra, G. de. Not. d. Scavi, 1908, p. 84.

Rass. Num., 1908, p. 42.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., I, p. 57, Tabella I.

224*. Cavarna, Rumania, 1915.

Burial—

Æ.

Scythian Kings (Canites, Sarias and Tanusa).

Disposition: Bucharest (Rum. Acad.).

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, 1916, No. 27, pp. 1 and 42 (No. 62).

225. Cazlona, Spain, 1618.

Burial—

683 ± image.

Celtiberian 8; Victoriatus 1; remainder Roman republican den.

Disposition:

Mommsen-Blacas. Histoire de la monnaie romaine, II, p. 124.

226*. Cecina, Italy, 1858.

Burial—

5 Ꜹ, 84 image.

Populonia 5; Massalia 84.

Disposition: Florence acq. 11.

Gamurrini, G. F. Periodico di Num., VI, 1874, p. 68, Note 1.

227. Cefalu, Sicily, 1924.

Burial—c. 300 B. C.

67 image.

Syracuse (Agathocles) 17; Siculo-Punic 28; Barbaric imitations of Agathocles 21; Alexander of Macedon.

Disposition: A. H. Lloyd.

Lloyd, A. H. Num. Chron., 1925, p. 151 f.

228. Cephallonia, 1934.

Burial—

147 image.

Achaean League, 77 tetrob.; Arcadian League, 15 tetrob.; Argos, 41 tetrob.; Sicyon, 7; etc.

Disposition: Athens.

Arch. Anz., L., 1935, p. 177.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1935, p. 243.

229. Cephallonia, 1935.

Burial—

image, Ꜹ.

Corinth 26; Leucas 12; Corcyra 2; Anactorium 2; Thyrrheium 2; Dyrrhachium 4; Ambracia; Chalcis; 3 ± di-st. of Thurium—Noe K2, N4 (two); Tarentum Ꜹ st. 2 ±; Velia; Aegina.

Disposition: Athens acq. part; sections shown to B. M. and recorded there.

Archeol. Anz. 1936, pp. 120–21.

Jour. Hell. St. LVI, 1936, p. 140.

Bull. Corr. Hell., LX, 1936, p. 454.

230. Chaidari, Attica, 1929 (?).

Burial—

485 Æ.

Athens (229–230 B. C.).

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1929, p. 492.

231*. Chalcis, Euboea, 1913.

Burial—

92 + 120 image.

Carystus 10 (Cf. Pozzi Sale, Nos. 1472–3); Carystus (with the cock), 21; Chalcis and Carystus 61 Euboean dr. 120 flans without die impress.

Disposition: Dispersed.

From record in Berlin Museum furnished by Dr. Regling.

Jameson Catalogue, III, Nos. 2067 and 2072.

232. Chalcis (Mainland near), 1935.

Burial—c. 250 B. C. (Newell).

49 image.

Alexander III, 14 tetradr.; Lysimachus 33 tetradr.; Demetrius Poliorcetes 2 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens acq. 48.

Unpublished.

233. Chalcis, Euboea, 1935.

Burial—

4 image, 50 Æ.

Corinth (Pegasos/Trident) 25 Æ; Sicyon 24 Æ; Elis 1; found with bronze fishhook and 4 silver coins (possibly intrusions); Chalcis 1 dr.; Argos 1 triob.; Sicyon 1 triob.; Syracuse 1 litra.

Disposition: American Numismatic Society.

Unpublished.

233a. Chalcis (near), 1937.

Burial—

74 Æ.

Chalcis 55 (B. M. C., Pl. XX, 17); Eretria 17 (loc. cit. XVII, 14 but with inscr.: EYBOIEON); Larissa Thessaliae 2.

Disposition:

Communication from Athenian correspondent.

234*. Chalki (Island near Rhodes), 1903.

Burial—c. 390 B. C.

233 image.

Samos 5 tetradr.; Rhodes 135 half-dr., (cf. B. M. C.) Caria, XXXVI, 2–4); Athens 1 triobol (B. M. C. Attica V, 14); Chios 1 st.; 91 tetrob.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's notes.

235. Chavari d'Elide, Greece, 1933.

Burial—

42 image.

Thebes (550–480) 2 staters; Aegina 40.

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell. 1934, p. 236, No. 2.

Chebron, see 154.

236*. Chersonesus (Thracian), 1905.

Burial—

50 + image.

Cyzicus. (B. M. C. Mysia IX, 12).

Disposition:

Hasluck, F. W. Num. Chron., 1906, p. 26.

237*. Chersonesus Taurica.

Burial—

43 Æ.

Blanks for coining.

Disposition:

Kosciusko-Waluzynicz, D. N. Technique of coinage at Chersonesus Taurica. Numismatic Miscellany of Moscow Num. Soc., III, 1915, p. 163.

Hill. G. F. Num. Chron., 1922, p. 11, note.

Chesmi (Asia Minor), 1918, see 20.

238*. Cheste, near Valencia, 1864.

Burial—219–214 B. C.

47 image.

Carthaginian and Celtiberian found with drs. of Emporiae, obols of Massalia and Roman den. (?). Conflicting data.

Disposition:

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Memorial numismatico española, IV, 1877–79, pp. 162–199. Also his Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 82.

Babelon, E. Rev. Num., 1889, p. 408.

Willers, H. Num. Zeit., XXXIV, p. 42, note.

Hübner, A. Monumentae linguae Ibericae. S. 4, 87.

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas de España. Sevilla, 1876, III, p. 204.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933, pp. 32–33.

Gomez-Moreno, M. Anuario del Cuerpo Facultativo de Archiveros, Bibliatecarias y Arquéologos, II, 1934, p. 15.

239. Chiliomodi, near Corinth, 1932.

Burial—306 B. C.

176 ± image.

Corinth 70 st., 76 dr.; Leucas 9 st.; Ptolemy I, 21 tetradr., 12 dr. all f. d. c.

Disposition:

Ravel, O. To be published in Trans. Num. Congress, London, 1936.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1933, p. 238.

240*. Chios (Pithyos), c. 1885,

Burial—334–332 B. C.

220 image, Æ.

Chios 144 Æ, 19 image; Ephesus 1 image; Erythrae 26 Æ; Miletus 13 image; Cos 2 image; Rhodes 1 image; Mausolus 12 image; Pixodarus 2 image.

Disposition: Berlin (ex Löbbecke and Imhoof-Blumer Coll.).

Löbbecke, A. Zeit. f. Num., XIV, 1887, pp. 148–157. Plate.

Baldwin, Agnes. Amer. Jour. Num., XLVIII, 1914, pp. 48–52. Plate.

Mavrogordato, J. Num. Chron., 1915, p. 397.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1888, p. 120.

241*. Chios, 1890.

Burial—480 B. C. (Regling).

13 image, EL.

Cyzicus 7 El. st., 2 El. hectae; Chios 4 image dr.

Disposition:

Greenwell, W. H. Num. Chron., 1893, p. 82. Plates.

Cronica Num. si Arheolog., June, 1923, p. 18.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 25.

242*. Chios, 1912 (?).

Burial—3d century.

Æ.

Chios. Fairly large hoard.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Mavrogordato, J. Num. Chron., 1916, p. 283, p. 290. Plate.

243*. Chios, 1913.

Burial—

23 Æ.

Chios.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

244*. Chios, 1913.

Burial—

59 image.

Chios 4 didr. (c. 490 B. C.); 11 didr., 44 tetrob. (478–412 B. C.)

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

Arch. Anz., 1915, p. 200.

245*. Chios (Phanae), 1914.

Burial—

50 image.

Chios (in precinct of Apollo).

Disposition:

Amer. Jour. Archaeol., 1920, p. 94.

246*. Chios, 1917.

Burial—

37 Æ.

Chios.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

247*. Chios, 1919.

Burial—

9 + image.

Athens 2 or more; Chios 7 +.

Disposition: Athens acq. part of hoard.

Seltman, E. T. Athens: its history and coinage. Cambridge, 1924, p. 148.

248. Chios, 1931.

Burial—

50 EL.

Phocaea and Lesbos, 50 hectae.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received by letter.

249. Chios (?) 1933 (?).

Burial—

26 ± image.

Chios 26 staters.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information by letter.

Casts in Am. Num. Soc.

250. Chios (?) 1933 (?).

Burial—After 84 B. C.

40 + Æ.

Chios.

Disposition: Am. Num. Soc.

Unpublished.

Chiraz, see 964.

251. Cilicia, 1900 (?).

Burial—

137 + Æ.

Obols and hemibols of Pamphylia 7; Celenderis 74; Soli 24; Nagidus 2; Tarsus under Pharnabazus 6; Salamis Cypriae 10; Citium 13; Amathus 1; Sidon (?); Aradus (?).

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 137 + in Rouvier Coll.

Letter from M. Rouvier.

252*. Cilicia, ante 1914.

Burial—c. 380 B. C.

141 image.

Athens 35 ante 407 B. C., 1 after 397 B. C., 3 imitations; Syracuse 1; Byzantium 5; Calchedon Bith. 1; Sinope 3; Miletus 4; Samos 1; Aspendus 4; Side 1; Tlos 1; Celenderis 2; Soli 7; Mallus 2; Issus 2; Cyprus; Evagoras I, 2; Citium 2; Aradus 3; Tyre 2; image sigli of Persian kings from Xerxes to Artaxerxes III, 48; 21 uncertain; Satrapal issues of Tiribazus 11.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. 48; remainder E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Num. Chron., 1914, pp. 1–33. Plates.

Orsi, P. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num. III, p. 28.

Citium, see 600.

253*. Cittanuova, Calabria, 1879.

Burial—c. 510–494 B. C.

600 image.

Metapontum incuse didr.; Croton; Neapolis; Caulonia; Laus; Tarentum 2; "IMA" = Ami(naea)?; Sybaris; Poseidonia 2.

Disposition: Naples and Berlin.

Duhn, F. von. Zeit. f. Num., 1880, VII, pp. 308–311.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1889, p. 2, note.

Not. d. Scavi, 1879, pp. 26–27.

254*. Cittavecchia (Anc. Pharos), Illyria, 1836.

Burial—

162 ± Æ.

Pharos 58; Issa 55; Heraclea Illyrici 49.

Disposition: Agram.

Steinbüchel von Reinwall, A. Num. Journal, I, 1837, pp. 164, 168 (note).

Brunsmid, J. Die Inschriften und Münzen der griechischen Städte Dalmatiens. Wien, 1898, p. 35, Plates.

Gliubich, S. Numografia Dalmatia. Archiv. f. Oesterr. Geschichts-Quellen, XI, 1853, pp. 132–135.

Rathgeber, G. Bull. dell'Ist. Corr. Arch., 1838, pp. 86–94.

255*. Clazomenae (?), Ionia, 1875 (?).

Burial—c. 412 B. C. (Head).

91 + Ꜹ, EL

Lampsacus 20 El st.; Cyzicus 70 El. st.; 1 daric (early).

Disposition: Part went to England.

Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1876, pp. 277–298; 1877, pp. 169–176. Plates.

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1887, pp. 41–42.

Sotheby Sale, Feb. 13, 1878, pp. 22–23, Nos. 212–223.

Regling, K. Der griechischen Goldschatz von Prinkipo. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 25.

Clazomenae, see also 1167.

Clysma, see 1014.

256*. Cnidus, Caria, 1907 (?).

Burial—

19 + image.

Cnidus.

Disposition: Athens acq. 13; Br. Mus. 6. Additional pieces (ex Christodoulos) in E. T. Newell Coll.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1913, p. 50.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1927, p. 202, pl. X, 49–53.

257. Cojeasca, Rumania, 1936.

Burial—

150 image.

Macedonia under the Romans; Thasos; Barbaric imitations.

Disposition: Rumanian Acad. acq. part; remainder dispersed.

Communication from Dr. Const. Moisil.

258*. Constantine, N. Africa, 1912 (?).

Burial—after 79 B. C.

136 image.

14 tetradr. "of Athens or Carthage"; Massalia 12; found with Romano-Iberian and Roman Consular.

Disposition:

Charrier, L. Description des monnaies de la Numidie et de la Maurétanie. Macon, 1912, p. 10.

259. Constantinople (near), c. 1892.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Philip II of Macedon, di-st.

Disposition: British Museum acq. 2; H. Montagu acq. 'some.'

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1895, pp. 90–91, pl. V.

260. Constantinople (?), 1930?.

Burial—

500 ± image.

Cius; Chalcedon; Byzantium. (Probably found in Asia Minor).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

261*. Contessa, Sicily, 1888.

Burial—c. 387 B. C. (Evans, 400)

101 + image.

Athens 2 archaic; Leucas 1 st.; Rhegium 2; Agrigentum 2; Camarina 1; Catana 3; Gela 9; Eryx 4; Himera 1; Leontini 3; Messana 15; Motya 6; Segesta 1; Selinus 1; Syracuse 26 incl. 4 decadr.; Siculo-Punic 24. All tetradr. except 5.

Disposition: Palermo.

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1888, pp. 302–312. 3 Plates.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1891, pp. 268 ff. and 364–375. Plates.

Babelon, E. Rev. Num., 1889, pp. 142–143.

Tudeer, L. Zeit. f. Num., XXX, 1913, pp. 285–286.

262*. Copais Lake, Boeotia, 1908.

Burial—After 176 B. C.

1549 Æ.

Boeotian League 48 of early type (B. M. C. Central Greece, pl. VI, 2), 1449 of later type (Pl. VI, 8), all restruck on coins of Antigonus Doson; Perseus 1; Carystus 1.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1908, pp. 230–232; 1911, p. 64.

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIII, 1922, p. 167.

263. Corfu (near S. Euphemia).

Burial—

150 ± image.

Corcyra; Leucas; Corinthian colonies of Acarnania and Epirus.

Disposition:

Riemann, O. Recherches Arch. Iles Ioniennes, I, p. 24.

Robert, L. Villes d'Asie Mineure, p. 239.

264. Corfu? (Corcyra), 1862.

Burial—

14 Æ.

Corcyra (B. M. C., Thessaly, 451, 455, 460).

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1936, p. 255.

265*. Corfu, 1914.

Burial—

12 image, 96 Æ.

Corcyra (parts of two hoards). Types of B. M. C., Thessaly XXI, 1–2; XXIII, 6, 11, 14, 16, 17; XXIV, 12, 13, 15; XXV, 1, 2; XXVI, 6. Found with 1 Roman image.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

266. Corinth, 1928 (?).

Burial—470–460 B. C.

36 image.

Corinth archaic staters and diobols 33; Tegea 3.

Disposition: O. Ravel.

Ravel, O. Corinthian Hoards (Corinth and Arta). (N. N. M. No. 52) pp. 1–11, Pl. I.

266a. Corinth, 1930.

Burial—254–268 A. D.

29 Æ.

Roman imperial of Corinth (Commodus to Geta) 6; Aegina 1; Aegium 2; Argos 8; Heraea 1; Lacedaemon 1; Nicopolis Epiri 1; Orchomenus 1; Phigaleia 1; Sicyon 2; Roman of Gallienus 5.

Disposition: Corinth(?).

Shear, T. L. Amer. Jour. Arch., XXXV, 1931, pp. 139–151, Pl. V.

Rev. Num., 1932, p. 241.

267. Corinth, 1930.

Burial—

51 Ꜹ.

Philip II, 41; Alexander III, 10.

Disposition: Athens.

Arch. Anzeig., 1930, pp. 107–110, illus.

de Waele, F. J. Amer. Jour. Arch., XXXV, 1931, pp. 418–420, Pl.; Gnomon, VI, pp. 280–281.

Illus. London News, June 13, 1931, p. 1012.

Bull. Corr. Hell., Vol. 54, 1930, pp. 454, 476.

Rassegna Num., XXVII, 1930, p. 260.

Edwards, Katharine M. Coins found ... at Corinth ... 1930–35. Hesperia VI, No. 2, p. 246.

268. Corinth, ante 1931.

Burial—5th century A. D.

478 Æ.

Athens (3d cent.); Corinth (3d cent.); Philip II; 361 Roman; 114 uncertain.

Disposition: Baldwin & Son; Dr. L. A. Lawrence.

Mattingly, H. Num. Chron., 1931, pp. 229–233.

269. Corinth, 1931.

Burial—32–28 B. C.

11 Æ.

Sparta 7 (146–32 B. C.); Elis 2 (Br. Mus. Cat. Pelop. p. 74 No. 148); Corcyra 2 (Br. Mus. Cat. Thessaly Nos. 531, 536).

Disposition: Corinth Museum.

Edwards, Katharine M. Coins found ... at Corinth ... 1930–35. Hesperia VI, No. 2, p. 247.

270. Corinth, 1932.

Burial—c. 338 B. C.

57 image, Æ.

Corinth 2 dr., 1 ob. (c. 338), 52 Æ (Pegasus/Trident); Phlius 1 Æ (431–370); Tegea 1 Æ (after 370).

Disposition: Corinth Museum.

Edwards, Katharine M. Coins found ... at Corinth ... 1930–35. Hesperia VI, No. 2, p. 247.

271. Corinth, 1933.

Burial—c. 146 B. C.

16 Æ.

Corinth (Pegasus/Trident) 1; Corinth (Br. Mus. Cat. No. 476) 1; Antigonus Gonatas 1; Sicyon 323–251 B. C.)7; Sicyon (251–246) 5; Chios (190–146) 1.

Disposition: Corinth Museum.

Edwards, Katharine M. Coins found ... at Corinth ... 1930–35. Hesperia VI, No. 2, p. 248.

Cornus, see 930.

272. Corvo (Azores Islands), 1749.

Burial—

2 + Ꜹ, 7 + Æ.

Carthaginian 2 Ꜹ, 5 Æ; Cyrenaic 2 Æ. (Pot Hoard).

Disposition:

Num. Litt.-Blatt, 1928, pp. 2225 f.

Arch. Anzieg, 1927, pp. 12–19. (German translation of Podolyn, Johann. Goteborgske Vetenskamp og Vitterhets Samlingar, 1778, I. 106).

Hennig, Richard. Die Karthager auf den Azoren, Petermann's Mitteilungen, Jahrg. 73, Heft 7/8, 1927, pp. 208–210.

273*. Cos, ante 1891.

Burial—

5 image.

Peparethus 3; Athens 1 archaic tetradr.; Mende 1 archaic tetradr.

Disposition: W. Greenwell acq. a part.

Wroth, W. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1907, p. 95, illus.

Babelon, E. Traité, I, part 2, 1907, p. 1267. Plate.

Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1891, pp. 1–11. Plate.

274*. Cos, 1910 (?).

Burial—

21 image.

Cos.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1912, pp. 14–20. Plate.

275*. Cos, 1911 (?).

Burial—

10 + Æ.

Cos.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1912, pp. 14–20. Plate.

276. Cos (?), 1935.

Burial—

28 image.

Cos 28 reduced dr. of 2d Cent. (B. M. C. p. 205, Nos. 119 ff.)

Disposition: British Museum and Ashmolean Museum.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

Cosenza, see 869.

277. Cotrone (Ameri contrada), Italy, 1927.

Burial—c. 400 (?).

130 image, 3 Æ.

Caulonia 19; Croton 51; Metapontum 10; Tarentum 16; Thurium 22; Velia 2; Poseidonia 2; Syracuse 2 Æ; Leontini 1 Æ; Unidentifiable 2.

Disposition:

Cantanuto, N. Not. Scavi, 1932, pp. 387–392.

278*. Cranidi (near Kastri, anc. Hermione), 1863.

Burial—

500 + image, Æ.

Hermione image; Aegina image; Tiryns Æ; Scyros Æ. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Athens and A. de Courtois.

Courtois, A. de. Rev. Num., 1864, pp. 178–186. Plate.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1907, pp. 1–34. Plate.

Babelon, E. Traité, III, part 2, p. 479.

279*. Crete.

Burial—

19 Æ.

Ingots.

Disposition:

Corolla Num. Oxford, 1906, p. 358.

280*. Crete, c. 1885.

Burial—

image.

Phaestus didr., with other coins.

Disposition: Berlin.

Sallet, A. von. Zeit. f. Num., 1885, XIII, p. 69.

281*. Crete, c. 1898.

Burial—

image.

Cydonia; Eleuthernae; Gortyna; Hierapytna; Phaestus; Polyrhenium. Incomplete.

Disposition: Berlin.

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., 1898, p. 321.

282*. Crete, ante 1908.

Burial—

20 image.

Athenian tetradr. (New style w. two magistrates).

Disposition: Candia Mus.

Svoronos, J. N. Riv. Ital. Num. 1908, p. 316. Illus.

283. Crete, 1936.

Burial—4th cent. B. C.

25 + image.

Drachms of Gortyna, Elyrus and Itanus; staters of Axus, Cnossus, Cydonia, Gortyna, Lyttus, Phalasarna, Rhaucus.

Disposition:

Information supplied by letters from E. S. G. Robinson.

284*. Crimea, ante 1920.

Burial—c. 322 B. C.

34 + image.

Sinope drachms.

Disposition: British Museum.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1920, pp. 1–16. Plate.

285*. Curinga (Catanzaro), 1916.

Burial—c. 480–470 B. C. (Noe).

192 image.

Croton 73; Metapontum 71; Sybaris 4; Caulonia 45.

Disposition: Catanzaro Mus. 192; Temporarily (1921) at Syracuse, pending completion of the above Museum.

Orsi, P. Atti Ist. Ital. Num., III, 1917, p. 31. 2 Plates.

Not. d. Scavi, 1916, p. 186.

Casts of Metapontum staters in Mus. of Am. Num. Soc. For varieties cf. Noe, Metapontum, Part I, p. 134.

286. Curtea de Arges, Rumania, 1933.

Burial—

8 image.

Philip II.

Disposition: Bucharest.

Communication from Dr. Const. Moisil.

287*. Cuzgun, near Constanza, Rumania, 1905.

Burial—Early 4th cent. (Regling).

2000 image, EL.

Apollonia Thrac.; Mesembria; Istrus; Cyzicus 7 EL.

Disposition:

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, X, 1913, 20, p. 63, No. 23. Cronica Num. si Arheolog., June, 1923, p. 18. (Differs from the Bulet., giving 207 coins in find.)

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 25.

288. Cyclades (?) 1880–1885.

Burial—

50 ± image.

Athens 2 tetradr.; Athens "several" drachms; Alexander "large number" drachms; Lysimachus tetradr. "more than twenty in mint state."

Disposition:

Köhler, U. Sitzungsber. d. Berl. Akad. d. Wiss., 1896, pp. 1089–90.

289*. Cyclades (?) 1889 (?).

Burial—

144 image.

Aegina 114; Carthaea 4; Delos (?) 11; Paros 2; Siphnos 4; Miletus (?) 2; Chios (?) 3; Cos (?) 4. All didrachms.

Disposition: Boston acq. a selection.

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1890, pp. 13–19. Plate.

290. Cyclades (or Carystus?), 1930.

Burial—

image.

Paros 3 + 1; Tenos 1 + 1; Naxos 1/2 st.; Andros 1/4 st.; Boeotia 1; Eretria 1; Carystus 8. Another section of this (?) hoard contained 20 ± coins of Pharos, Tenos, Naxos.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Naville, XVI, 1305, 1309, 1311–13, 1315, 1310 (?)

Information on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

291*. Cyme, Euboea.

Burial—

17 Æ ingots.

Disposition: Athens acq. 16.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., IX, p. 168. Plate.

Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., v. VII, p. 973.

Evans, A. J. Corolla Numis. Oxford, 1906, p. 359.

292. Cyprus.

Burial—

6 image.

Amathus 1 diobol, 1 st. (Lysandros); Salamis 3.

Disposition: British Museum.

Hill, G. F. B. M. Cat. Cyprus, pp. 1, 5, 55.

293. Cyprus.

Burial—c. 130 B. C.

19 Æ.

Ptolemy VIII (Svoronos, II, p. 262, Nos. 1621–24, 1628), years 26–33, 19 Æ.

Disposition: Acq. by E. T. Newell.

Information on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

293a. Cyprus, 1924.

Burial—

9 ± image.

Uncertain Ruler Pu.........., 1 Persic st.; Baalmelek I, 4 st.; Azbaal (449–425 B. C.) 3 or 4.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Newell, E. T. Unpublished Coins of Eastern Dynasts (N. N. & M. No. 30) New York. 1926, p. 7.

294. Cyrenaica, ante 1850.

Burial—

image.

Archaic issues of Cyrene 7 tetradr., 8 fractions. A hoard (?).

Disposition: Paris.

Rev. Num. 1850, p. 387 ff. Plate.

Müller, L. Num. de l'Afrique ancienne, I, p. 10 ff.

Babelon, E. Traité II1, Nos. 1976 ff., Pl.

Robinson, E. S. G. B. M. C. Cyrenaica, p. xix, Pl. I.

295*. Dadia (near Cnidus), Crete, 1911.

Burial—

262 + image.

Cnidus tetrobol (Artemis, rev. tripod); diobols (Aphrodite rev. Bull's head).

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 128; Constantinople, 70; F. Imhoof-Blumer; J. G. Milne.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1911, pp. 197–198, 1914, pp. 378–381.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Num. Zeit., 1912, p. 198. Plate.

Newell, E. T. Note regarding coins from this hoard acq. by him, in Am. Num. Soc. Library.

296*. Daieni (Distr. Tulcea), Rumania, 1919.

Burial—

2000 image.

Istrus.

Disposition:

Bulet. Soc. Num. Rom., X, No. 19, 1913, p. 22, No. 14.

Moisil, Const. Convorbiri Literare, xliii (1909), p. 751.

297*. Dali (anc. Idalium) Cyprus, 1869.

Burial—c. 410–400 B. C.

344 + image.

Two finds. (1) Cypriote with Phoenician inscriptions: Citium, Idalium, etc.; 7 early Athen. tetradr. (2) Cypriote 5th cent. coins of Citium, Amathus, Paphus, Salamis.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. large part.

Lang, R. H. Num. Chron., 1871, pp. 1–18, illus. B. M. Cat. Cyprus, xlviii ff.

Six, J. P. Rev. Num., 1883, p. 257.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1914, p. 105.

Naville. Sale of Brit. Mus. dupl., June 18, 1923, pp. 114–115.

298. Dalmatia, 1933 (?).

Burial—465–470 A. D.

2197 Æ.

Asia Minor (4th cent. B. C.) 1; Ceos (4th cent. B. C.) 1; Chios (3d cent. B. C.) 1; Erythrae (3d–2d cent. B. C.) 1; Illegible Greek (3d–1st cent. B. C.) 3; Roman imperial (Diocletian to Leo), 2190.

Disposition: British Museum.

Pearce, J. W. E. and Wood, M. E. Num. Chron., 1934, pp. 269–283.

299*. Damietta, Egypt, 1894 (?).

Burial—

image.

Cyrene, archaic; Uncertain (Thraco-Macedonian?).

Disposition: British Museum.

Weber, H. Num. Chron., 1899, p. 283. Plate.

300*. Dascheff, Russia, 1785.

Burial—

image (?).

Mithradates VI.

Disposition:

Koehne. Mem. Soc. Imp. d'Archeol. St. Petersbourg, IV, 1850, p. 240.

301*. Decimoputzo, Corsica, 1879.

Burial—

1000 Æ(?).

Carthage (Head of Persephone, rev. Horse w. palm).

Disposition: G. A. Varis acq. 300; remainder dispersed.

Not. d. Scavi, 1879, p. 164.

302*. Deécs, Rumania, 1902(?).

Burial—

200 + image.

Apollonia; Dyrrhachium; drachms.

Disposition:

Gohl, E. Num. Közlöny, 1903, pp. 14–15; 1908, pp. 110–113.

Bull. Internat. de Num., II, 1903, p. 5.

Bulet. Soc. Num. Romane, XV, Nos. 35–36, p. 80.

303. Delos, 1881.

Burial—

43 image.

43 new style Athenian tetradr., of which 6 w. monograms—the latest, APIΣTIΩN — ΦIΩN.

Disposition: Athens.

Roussel, P. Delos colonie athénienne, Paris, 1916. p. 48, note 4.

Bull. Corr. Hell., VI, p. 311, note 2.

304. Delos, 1894.

Burial—

30 image.

Athenian tetradrachms—3 separate hoards.

Disposition: Athens.

Roussel, P. Delos colonie athénienne, Paris, 1916. p. 48, Note 4.

Bull. Corr. Hell., XIX, pp. 462–463.

305. Delos, 1904–06.

Burial—

7 image.

Athens (New Style), 2 tetradr., 4 dr., 1 hemiobol.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., X, 1907, p. 206.

306*. Delos, 1905.

Burial—

457 image.

Athens (New Style), three hoards: (1) 13 tetradr., 22 dr. (2) 52 tetradr., 98 dr., 23 triob. (3) 249 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num. 1906, pp. 254–267.

Rev. Num., 1907, p. 414.

Numismatist, XVIII, 1905, p. 274.

Zeit. f. Num. Jahresberichte, 1905–06, p. 36.

307. Delos, 1905.

Burial—

650 image.

Juba I, 1 den.; Roman republican 649 den.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., IX, 1906, p. 302.

308*. Delos, 1906.

Burial—

40 image.

Athens tetradr., dr., half dr. of New Style, and 1 cistophorus of Pergamum.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1907, pp. 192–193.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 272.

309. Delos, 1906.

Burial—

2 image, 12 Æ.

Athens (New Style) 2 drs.; Athens (Cleruchs of Delos) 12.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., X, 1907, p. 193.

310. Delos, 1906.

Burial—

7 Æ.

Athens (Cleruchs of Delos) 7.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., X, 1907, p. 194.

311. Delos, 1907.

Burial—

12 image.

Athens (New Style) 5 tetradr., 5 dr.; Ephesus (cistophoros of 89 B. C.) 1; Tralles (cistophoros) 1.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., XIII, 1911, p. 77.

312. Delos, 1908.

Burial—After 92 B. C.

15 image.

Athens (New Style) 8 tetradr.; Mithradates VI of Pontus 7 tetradr. (1 dated 93/2).

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., XIII, 1911, p. 57.

313. Delos, 1909.

Burial—

11 image.

Athens (New Style), 4 tetradr., 5 dr., 2 hemidr.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., XV, 1913, pp. 40–41.

314. Delos, 1910.

Burial—

3 image, 300 Æ.

Athens 3 hemidr., 300 Æ.

Disposition: Athens (?).

Picard, Ch. Comptes-rendus Acad. des Inscr., 1911, p. 872.

315. Delos, 1910.

Burial—

image.

Two Hoards: (1) Athens (4th cent.) 29 tetradr. "avec un lot considérable de monnaies de bronze"; (2) Athens (New Style) 92 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Roussel, P. Delos colonie athénienne, Paris, 1916. p. 48, Note 4.

Comptes-rendus Acad. des Inscr., 1911, p. 872.

316. Delos, 1910.

Burial—

50 ± image.

Athens (New Style) tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Comptes-rendus Acad. des Inscr., 1913, p. 699.

Roussel, P. Délos colonie athénienne, Paris, 1916. p. 48, Note 4. (This hoard?).

317. Delos, 1910(?).

Burial—

50 ± image.

Athens, 4th cent.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. Les Monnaies d'Athènes, Pl. 30.

Roussel, P. Delos colonie athénienne, Paris, 1916. p. 48, Note 4.

Comptes-rendus Acad. des Inscr., 1911, p. 872. (This hoard?).

318. Delos, 1911.

Burial—

250 ± image.

Athenian (New Style) tetradr., "fleur de coin."

Disposition: Athens.

Roussel, P. Delos colonie athénienne. Paris, 1916. p. 48, Note 4.

319. Delos, 1931.

Burial—

20 image.

Athens (New Style), 18 tetradr., 2 dr. Latest of EϒPϒKΛEI APIAPA.

Disposition: Mykonos Museum.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1934, p. 122, Note.

320*. Delos and Myconos.

Burial—

114 Æ.

Athens (Kleruchs) 91; Delos 11.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1900, pp. 51–54.

321*. Delphi, Greece, 1896.

Burial—

252 image.

Delphi 5th century triobols. Two finds(?).

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1906, pp. 280–281.

322*. Demanhur, Egypt, 1896.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Philip II; Lampsacus (uned.); Cypriote Kings 2 or 3; Cyrenaica 2; Daric 1; Egypt (?) hieroglyphic 1.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Chassinat, E. Une monnaie d'or a légendes hieroglyphiques trouvée en Égypte. Bull. de l'Inst. Français d'Archéol. Orientale, I, 1901, pp. 78–86.

Svoronos, Journ. Int. Num. IV, 1901, p. 160 (quoting letter from Dattari).

Maspero, G. Receuil de travaux rel. à philologie Egypt., XXII, 225–26.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. XLI, 1931, pp. 28 and 41.

323*. Demanhur, c. 1900–1901.

Burial—

165 image.

Dicaea 3; Thasos 12; Acanthus 1; Neapolis Maced. 4; Scione 1; 'Lete' 17; Uncertain Thraco-Macedonian: Centaur-nymph 1, Cow-calf 1, Multiple-flower and boar 9, Running-kneeling fig. 6; Aegina 16; Corinth 6; Delos 1; Naxos 2; Paros 4; Miletus 19; Teos 1; Chios 5; Samos 3; Cos 1; Ialysus 1; Lydia 1; Phaselis 1; Uncertain of Lycia 8; Selge(?) 1; Salamis Cypri 4; Uncertain of Cyprus 9; Barce 1; Uncertain of Cyrenaica 1; Unattributed 22; Unrecognizable 3.

Disposition: Berlin.

Dressel, H. and Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXXVII, 1927, p. 103.

Regling, K. Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1917, p. 257, Note 14.

324*. Demanhur, 1905.

Burial—318 B. C.

8000 + image.

Alexander tetradr. Probably a pot hoard.

Disposition: See Newell's "Demanhur," pp. 2–5.

Newell, E. T. Alexander hoards: Demanhur, 1905. N. Y., 1923, (N. N. M. No. 19), 62 p. 8 Plates.

Newell, E. T. Reattribution of certain tetradrachms of Alexander the Great. N. Y., 1912, pp. 34–62. Plates.

Newell, E. T. The dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. New Haven, 1916, p. 57. Plates.

Newell, E. T. Tarsos under Alexander. Am. Jour. Num., LII, p. 109. Plates.

(Elder T. L.) Coll. of coins of Alexander the Great (300 illustr.). Plates.

Numismatist, XXII, p. 9.

Arch. Anz., 1907, p. 160.

325*. Denia (anc. Dianium), Spain.

Burial—

16 image.

Massalia; Sicily; Rhodes—prior to 360 B. C. Data vague.

Disposition:

Archeologia, Vol. 60, p. 89.

326. Deultum, Bulgaria, 1922(?).

Burial—

c. 15 kgr. Æ.

Philip II; Alexander III.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 11 of Philip II; 3 of Alexander III.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1922, p. 243. (Bulgarian text).

327*. Didymotichon, Bulgaria, 1873(?).

Burial—

1000 + image.

Maroneia; Thasos; Cherronesus; Parium; Abdera; Abydus.

Disposition:

Tachella, D. E. Rev. Num., 1898, p. 214.

328*. Dimeh, Egypt, ante 1902.

Burial—

41 Æ.

Coins of Alexandria, Trajan (year 14) to M. Aurelius (year 4), exhibited in London and described in a Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities on view at University College, London, 1902.

Disposition: Toronto.

Rev. Et. Grecques, 1902, p. 434.

Communication from J. G. Milne.

Dipylon Find, see 95.

329*. Dizful, Persia.

Burial—

Æ.

Elymais.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. part.

B. M. Cat. Arabia, 1922, p. clxxxv, note; p. 259 ff. and Plate XL.

330*. Djinet, Cape, Algeria , 1902(?).

Burial—After 21 B. C.

25 image.

Juba II (alone) 12; with Cleopatra 12; with Ptolemy (21 B. C.) 1.

Disposition: Musée d'Alger.

Gsell, M. Bull. Archéol. du Comité des Travaux Hist., 1903, p. CIX. Also Melanges d'archéol. et d'hist., v. 23, (1903), p. 277.

Gsell, M. Procés-verbaux Commission de l'Afrique du Nord, 1903, pp. vii-viii.

Bull. Internat., III, 1904, p. 36.

Archäol. Anzeiger, 1904, p. 137.

331. Dobry-Diel (Leskovec), Bulgaria , 1933.

Burial—

2 Kgr. Æ.

Nicopolis; Marcianopolis; Pautalia.

Disposition: Leskovec Museum acq. 4; Pchelina village school acq. 200 pieces.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 469.

332. Dobry-Diel, 1933–34.

Burial—

4 Kgr. Æ

Augusta Trajana; Hadrianopolis; Marcianopolis; Nicopolis.

Disposition:

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 470.

333. Dodona, Epirus , 1885.

Burial—

11 Æ.

Epirus of following varieties: (B. M. C. No. l) 1; (B. M. C. No. 53 ff.) 3; (B. M. C., Molossi No. 3) 2.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Communication from J. G. Milne.

334*. Dogandschi, Bulgaria , 1912.

Burial—

17 + Æ.

Seuthes III (one struck over issue of Cassander, 2 over Lysimachus).

Disposition: Sofia.

Mouchmoff, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, II, 1923–24, p. 174–186, Plate XIV.

Mouchmoff, N. A. Num. Zeit., LI, 1918, pp. 52–54. Plate.

335. Dolnji Unac, Bosnia , 1887(?).

Burial—

Æ.

Bronze fragments similar to Mazin and Vrankamen finds.

Disposition: Sarajevo Museum acq. small portion.

Bahrfeldt, M. Berliner Münzblätter, Jhg. XXI, 1900, p. 2863.

336. Domokos, Thessaly , 1935.

Burial—

16 + image.

Drs. of Larissa; Staters of Locri Opuntii; Boeotia (Federal wheel-type); Thebes; Aegina.

Disposition : Dispersed.

Communication from M. P. Vlasto.

337. Domo (Lomellina) Italy , 1827.

Burial-c. 31 B. C.

image

Juba I 20 den.; Roman republican c. 4000 den.

Disposition :

Cavedoni, C. Ragguaglio storico archeologico de' precipui ripostigli antichi di medaglie consolari. Modena, 1854. p. 41.

Cavedoni, C. Saggio di osservazioni sulle medaglie di famiglie romane. Modena, 1829. p. 125.

Riccio, G. Catalogo di antiche medaglie consolari e di Famiglie romane. Napoli, 1855, p. 77.

338. Drama, Macedonia, 1931.

Burial-Before Cassander.

184 + Æ.

Philippi 37; Philip II, 92; Alexander III, 56.

Disposition: Acq. by E. T. Newell.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

339. Drama (?), 1935.

Burial-310–305 B. C. (Newell).

3 Ꜹ, 17image.

Philip II, 1 st., 1 dr. ; Alexander III, 1 st., 1 quarterstater, 13 tetradr., 3 dr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information supplied by Athens Correspondent.

340. Dschungarei, N. W. Sin Kiang, Central Asia , 1918.

Burial—

16 Æ.

Panticapaeum 15; Phanagoria 1.

Disposition: Tomsk University.

Diehl, Erich. Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 58, 1923, pp. 441–449. Plate 266.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, I, 1926, p. 288.

341. Dubritza, Bulgaria , 1912(?).

Burial—

200 + image.

Thasos (archaic).

Disposition: Sofia. Nat. Museum acq. 30.

Filow, B. Arch. Anz., 1913, p. 363.

342*. Dudial, Hazara distr., India , 1906.

Burial—

image.

Dr. of Apollodotus; Menander; Antialcidas; Antimachus Nikephorus.

Disposition :

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 342.

343. Dura-Europos (I), Syria , 1929.

Burial-256 A. D.

789 image.

Greek imperial and Roman, Caracalla to Valerian, from Antioch; Apamea; Aradus; Beroea; Carrhae; Emisa; Hieropolis; Mopsus; Tarsus; Tyre.

Disposition :

Bellinger, A. R. Two Roman hoards from Dura-Europos. New York, 1931. (N. N. M. No. 49). 66 p. 17 pls.

Yale University. The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary report of third season, 1929–30. New Haven, 1932. pp. 139–160.

344. Dura-Europos (II), 1928.

Burial-238–256 A. D.

9 image, 11 Æ.

Greek imperial and Roman of Caracalla to Gordian III from Antioch; Edessa; Nisibis; Singara and possibly Carrhae.

Disposition :

Bellinger, A. R. Two Roman hoards from Dura-Europos. New York, 1931. (N. N. M. No. 49). 66 p. 17 pls.

Yale University. The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary report of third season, 1929–1930. New Haven, 1932. pp. 139–160.

345. Dura-Europos (III), 1930.

Burial-218 A. D.

226 image

Antioch, 1 tetradr. of Sept. Severus; Tyre 1 tetradr. of Diadumenianus; Roman denarii of Nero to Caracalla 224.

Disposition:

Bellinger, A. R. The third and fourth Dura hoards. New York, 1932. (N. N. M. No. 55). 85 p. 20 pls.

Yale University. The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary report of fourth season of work, 1930–31. New Haven, 1933. pp. 259–260.

346. Dura-Europos (IV), 1930.

Burial-218 A. D.

181 image.

Greek imperial and Roman of Vitellius to Caracalla from Antioch; Aradus; Beroea; Caesareia; Mopsus; Tyre.

Disposition:

Bellinger, A. R. The third and fourth Dura hoards. (N. N. M. No. 55). New York, 1935. 85 p. 20 pls.

Bellinger, A. R. The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary report of fourth season of work, 1930–1931. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1933. pp. 259–260.

347. Dura-Europos (V), 1930.

Burial-256–257 A. D.

29 image

Antioch: Types of Philip Philadelphus (49–20 B. C.) 15 tetradr.; Nero 5 tetradr.; Galba 1 tetradr.; Titus, under Vespasian, 1 tetradr. Roman of: Trajan 1 den.; M. Aurelius 2 den.; Lucius Verus 1 den.; Commodus 1 den. ;Crispina 1 den.; Valerian Sen. 1 Antoninianus.

Disposition:

Newell, E. T. The fifth Dura hoard (N. N. M. No. 58). New York, 1933. 14 p. 2 pls.

The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary re- port of fourth season of work, 1930–1931. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1933. p. 260.

348. Dura-Europos (VI), 1931–32.

Burial—253 A. D.

280 image

Greek imperial and Roman (1 antoninianus) of Caracalla to Trebonianus Gallus from Antioch and Emisa.

Disposition:

Bellinger, A. R. The Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Dura Hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 69) 75 p. 5 pls.

Bellinger, A. R. Yale University Excavations at Dura-Europos, 5th season, 1931–32. New Haven, 1934.

349. Dura-Europos (VII), 1933.

Burial—253 A. D.

356 image.

Greek imperial and Roman of Septimius Severus to Trebonianus Gallus from Antioch; Beroea; Carrhae; Cyrrhus or Seleucia-Pieria; Damascus; Edessa; Emisa; Gadara; Mopsus; Orthosia; Salamis in Cyprus; Sidon; Tripolis; Tyre.

Disposition:

Bellinger, A. R. The Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Dura Hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 69). 75 p. 5 pls.

Yale University. The Excavations at Dura-Europos Preliminary Report of sixth season 1932–33. New Haven, 1936, p. 469.

350. Dura-Europos (VIII–IX). 1932–33.

Burial—252–256 A. D.

2708 Æ.

Domitian to Trajan Decius from Asia Minor mints; Aegeae in Cilicia 1, Aegium 1, Amasia 410, Antioch 352, Antioch in Pisidia 1, Aradus 1, Caesareia 5, Carrhae 81, Comana 12, Cyrrhus 7, Damascus 1, Edessa 895, Emisa 3, Gabala 2, Gythium 2, Heraea 1, Hieropolis 3, Laodicea ad Mare 10, Mantineia 1, Megara 1, Neocaesareia 42, Nisibis 639, Pellene 1, Peltae in Phrygia 1, Rhesaena 14, Salamis in Cyprus 2, Samosata 3, Sebastopolis (Heracleopolis) 1, Seleucia in Pieria 2, Singara 152, Tarsus 1, Thelpusa 1, Thuria 1, Tripolis 2, Zela 15, Zeugma 4.

Disposition:

To be published by Prof. A. R. Bellinger.

Incomplete summary. Yale University. The Excavations at Dura-Europos. Preliminary report of the sixth season, 1932–33. New Haven, 1936, pp. 467 f.

351. Dura-Europos, (X), 1933.

Burial-256 A. D.

504 image.

Greek imperial and Roman of Sept. Severus to Valerian from Antioch; Carrhae; Caesareia in Palestine; Cyrrhus or Seleuceia-Pieria; Edessa; Emisa; Gadara; Mopsus; Sidon; Singara; Tyre.

Disposition:

Bellinger, A. R. The Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Dura Hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 69). 75 p. 5 pls.

352. Dura-Europos (XI), 1933–34.

Burial—

48 Æ.

Greek imperial of Elagabalus to Philip Jr. from Zeugma, Hieropolis, Cyrrhus, Antioch and Edessa.

Disposition:

To be published; information received from Prof. A. R. Bellinger.

353. Dura-Europos (XII), 1933–34.

Burial—

258 Æ.

Judaea (First Revolt) 1; Greek imperial of Domitian to Trebonianus Gallus from Edessa, Nisibis, Antioch, Singara, Carrhae, Amasia, Neocaesareia, Comana, Zela, Rhesaena, Caesareia, Cyrrhus.

Disposition :

To be published; information received from Prof. A. R. Bellinger.

354. Dura-Europos (XIII), 1933–34.

Burial—

207 Æ.

Antiochus III (Antioch) 204; Antiochus III (Tyre) 1 ; earlier Seleucid (Seleucia on the Tigris?) 1 ; early Parthian 1.

Disposition :

To be published; information received from Prof. A. R. Bellinger.

355. Dura-Europos (XIV-XVI), 1934–35.

Burial-3 Hoards.

433 Æ.

Greek imperial of Nerva to Philip Jr. from Edessa, Amasia, Nisibis, Antioch, Carrhae, Neocaesareia, Singara, Samosata, Comana, Rhesaena, Zeugma.

Disposition :

To be published; information received from Prof. A. R. Bellinger.

356*. Durazzo, Dalmatia , 1894.

Burial—

50 image.

Dyrrhachium 48 dr. ; Apollonia 2.

Disposition: Vienna (except 4 pieces).

Monatsblatt Num. Gesell. Wien., IV, 1898, pp. 276–278, illus. ; X, 1917, p. 259, note 2.

357. Duvandji, Bulgaria , 1934.

Burial—

8 + Æ.

Seuthes III, Thrace.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

Dyrrhachium, see 356.

358. Edwinstowe, England , 1911.

Burial—

369 image.

Lycian dr. of Trajan 1; Roman den. from Nero to Commodus.

Disposition :

Brooke, George C. Num. Chron. 1912, pp. 149–178.

359*. Egypt, Delta, 1856(?).

Burial-c. 310 B. C.(?)

image.

Alexander III; Ptolemy I Soter; Arsinoe II (questionably part of hoard). Found in vase.

Disposition: C. W. Huber acq. 8 tetradr., H. Reichardt and A. Schledehaus, parts.

Huber, C. W. Wiener Num. Monatshefte, III, 1867, p. 20. Plate. Num. Chron., 1862, p. 163.

Huber Coll. Sale, June 4, 1862, p. IV and Nos. 942–946 and 995.

Waddington, W. H. Mélanges de Num. Paris, 1867, p. 50.

360*. Egypt, Delta(?), 1857.

Burial—

7 image.

Egypto-Arabian and Arabian imitations of Greek types.

Disposition: Osnabruck Coll.

Erman, A. Zeit. f. Num., 1882, IX, pp. 299–301. Plate.

Schledehaus, A. Typhon auf alt-griechischen autonom-münzen. In Grote, H. Münzstudien, II, pp. 484–489.

361*. Egypt , ante 1879.

Burial—

3 + image.

Terone; Bisaltae; "Laiaiens"; and possibly Aeneia.

Disposition: Brit. Mus.

B. M. Cat. Macedon, 1879, pp. 107, 141, 151.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXXVII, 1927, p. 5.

362*. Egypt, Delta, 1887.

Burial-c. 500 B. C.

24 image

Thasos; "Lete" ; Sermyle; Mende; Dicaea; Neapolis; Athens; Corinth; Cyzicus; Miletus; Chios; Samos; Cos; Lycia; Cyprus; Tyre; Uncertain 3.

Disposition: Boston (2 Mende), Br. Mus.(Dicaea)

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1890, pp. 1–12. Plate. Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., 1900, XXII, pp. 255–258.

363*. Egypt , 1893.

Burial—

44 image.

Alexander III tetradr. (questionably a hoard).

Disposition: Musée Greco-Romaine, Alexandria(?)

Dutilh, E. J. Annuaire de Num., 1895, p. 73.

364*. Egypt , 1894.

Burial-before 311 B. C.

79 image.

Alexander III 56 tetradr.; Philip Aridaeus 9; Alexander IV Aegus (Ptolemy I) 14.

Disposition: Musée Greco-Romaine, Alexandria, acq. part.

Dutilh, E. J. Annuaire de Num., 1895, pp. 74–92, illus.

365*. Egypt , 1900(?).

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Lydia (Croesus staters).

Disposition: Berlin 5.

Zeit. f. Num., XXIV, Jahresberichte, 1901–02, p. 25.

366*. Egypt, Lower, 190–.

Burial—

140 Kgr. Æ.

Ptolemaic.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129.

367*. Egypt, Upper, 190–.

Burial—

112 Ꜹ.

Arsinoe II octadr.

Disposition:

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129.

368. Egypt , ante 1908.

Burial—

58 Æ.

Ptolemaic, Euergetes I to Epiphanes.

Disposition: Cairo Museum.

Milne, J. G. Liverpool University. Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology, I, 1908, p. 32.

369. Egypt , ante 1908.

Burial—

49 Æ.

Ptolemaic, Philadelphus to Epiphanes.

Disposition: Cairo Museum.

Milne, J. G. Liverpool University. Annals of Archaeol. and Anthropology, I, 1908, p. 32.

370. Egypt , ante 1908.

Burial—

121 Æ.

Ptolemaic, Euergetes I to Epiphanes.

Disposition: Cairo Museum.

Milne, J. G. Liverpool University. Annals of Archaeol. and Anthropology, I, 1908, p. 32.

371. Egypt , 1908–09.

Burial—

100 ± Base image.

Base tetradr. of Ptolemy XIII Auletes 3; Cleopatra 94.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

372*. Egypt , ante 1910.

Burial—c. 19–24 A. D.

200 image.

Ptolemy II Philadelphus 1 tetradr.; Ptolemy XIII 61; Tiberius 136 tetradr.

Disposition:

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1910, pp. 333–339. Plate.

373. Egypt , ante 1913.

Burial—221–204 B. C.

69 Æ.

Ptolemy II Philadelphus 7; Ptolemy III Euergetes 32; Ptolemy IV Philopater 30.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 68) pp. 51–67, Pls. VII–IX.

374. Egypt , 1913.

Burial—

427 ± Bill.

Alexandria (Claudius to M. Aurelius) 427 ± tetradr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

375*. Egypt, Delta, 1922.

Burial—221–204 B. C.

21 image.

Ptolemy II, 1 tetradr.; Berenice II 1 pentadr., 1–2 1/2 dr.; Ptolemy IV, 18 tetradr. (Serapis and Isis). Disposition: Dr. Eddé.

Newell, Edward T. Two recent Egyptian hoards. (N. N. M. No. 33), New York, 1927.

Newell, E. T. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301.

377*. Egypt, Lower, 1923.

Burial—

168 Æ.

Alexandrian issues of Vespasian; Domitian; Trajan; Hadrian; Sabina; Antinous; Antoninus Pius. Latest coins 12th year of Antoninus Pius.

Disposition:

Newell, E. T. Egyptian coin hoards. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301.

378. Egypt , 1927(?).

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Arsinoe II (Svor., Pl. XV, Nos. 7–15), octodrachms with dates: E, H, Θ, I, K, Λ, Ξ. Cf. No. 140.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Naville XVII, Nos. 624–629.

379*. Eleusis , 1883(?).

Burial-c. 450 B. C.

8 image.

Athens archaic triob.; Eretria didr. (plated) and triob.; Wappenmünzen 5.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Köhler, U. Ath. Mitth., 1884, pp. 357–362.

Seltman, C. T. Athens; its history and coinage, p. 146.

380*. Eleusis , ante 1904.

Burial-c. 245 A. D.

281 + Æ.

Athens 267; Thessalonica 1; Argos 1. Found with Roman Æ.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., VII, 1904, pp. 109–142. Plates.

Berl. Münzblatter, 1905, p. 178.

Num. Chron., 1903, p. 322. Plate X.

Amtliche Berichte, 1904, p. LXXIX.

381*. Eleutheropolis, Palestine , ante 1907.

Burial—

285 image

Antioch 28; Tyre 11; Uncertain Mint 1; Caesareia Cappadociae 66; Lycia 1; Ascalon 1. Found with Roman denarii (latest of Hadrian) and jewelry.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1907, p. 230.

382. Ella Caraianopol, Rumania , 1933(?).

Burial—

8 image.

Thasos 4 tetradr.; Alexander the Great 4 dr.

Disposition:

Cronica num. si arheol., XI, 1934. p. 52.

383*. Elis, 1918.

Burial—

Ꜹ, EL.

Cyzicus 1 El st.; Persia 11 darics; also (?) 1 Æ of Epirus.

Disposition:

Unpub. material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus. Three other EL st. and a daric said to have come from this hoard, were seen by E. T. Newell in Athens.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 25.

384. Elis, 1929.

Burial—

image.

Elis staters (Seltman, 140, 192, 314, 321, 322, 356 and other similar); Aegina; Thebes (w. names of Boeotarchs).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

385. Elis(?), 1936.

Burial—

230 ± image.

3d Cent. Drachmae of Elis; 2 + Boeotian League.

Disposition:

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

386. Elisenia, Bulgaria , 1909.

Burial-c. 250 A. D.

116 Æ.

Nicomedia 1; Anchialus 7; Callatis 1; Hadrianopolis 10; Odessus 1; Serdica 1; Tomis 1; Augusta Traiana 1; Marcianopolis 40; Nicopolis ad Istrum 41; Viminacium 1; Illegible 5.

Disposition:

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 223. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 25, No. 38.

El-Ksar, see 37.

387. Emporiae(?), Spain , 1926.

Burial-400–360 B. C.

894 image.

Emporiae 712; Pseudo-Emporiae 8. Remainder illegible but apparently Emporiae.

Disposition: Barcelona (?)

Rassegna Numismatica, 1934, pp. 101–103.

Amoros, J. D'una troballa de monedas emporitanes, i la possible cronologia de les monedas d'Empuries. Barcelona, 1933. 23 p.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934, pp. 48–49.

388*. Enkomi, Cyprus , 1896.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Fragments of ingots and other pieces.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Geld. Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 978.

389*. Ephesus , 1905.

Burial-c. 560 B. C.

93 EL.

Lydia; Cyme (?); Phocaea(?). Excavation coins: 19 coins in small jar; part of remainder, a basis deposit.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Head, B. V. British Museum Excavations at Ephesus. London, 1908, pp. 74–93. Plates.

Picard, Ch. Ephèse et Claros, pp. 24, 68 ff.

390*. Ephesus (?), 1912(?).

Burial—

20 Æ.

Alexander types of Asia Minor, countermarked-c. 302–280 B. C.

Disposition: J. G. Milne.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1913, pp. 395–397.

391. Ephesus , 1924(?).

Burial-(Not a hoard)

205 Æ.

Ephesus 8, imperial 12; Colophon 1; Magnesia 3; Smyrna 1; Samos 2; Pergamum 1; Aphrodisias 1; lasus 1; Sebastopolis 1; Apamea 1; Hieropolis 2; Sardes 1; Tmolus 1; Naxos 1; Illegible 3: Roman 104; Byzantine 37; Oriental 23. Found in Wood's excavation of the Artemesion, 1864–74.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1925, p. 385 ff.

Epidaurus, 1893, see 997.

392*. Epidaurus, Greece , 1903.

Burial-287–281 B. C.

61 image.

Alexander III 37 tetradr. and dr.; Lysimachus 3; Demetrius Pol. 4; Philip Aridaeus 1; Athens 12; Epidaurus 4.

Disposition: Athens.

Keramopoullos, A. D. Ephem. Archaiologike, 1903, p. 97. Plate.

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. N. Y., 1923, p. 11. Rev. Num., 1904, p. 276.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 32, Nos. 1–7.

393. Epidaurus , 1933.

Burial-c. 280 B. C.

59 Æ.

Epidaurus (B. M. C. Pelop., Pl. XXIX, 15, 17–20), 58; Hermione (B. M. C. Pelop., Pl. XXX, 4), 1.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. (N. N. M. No. 68), New York, 1935. pp. 24–33, Pl.

394. Epidaurus Limera, 1934.

Burial—

33 image

Arcadian League 6; Achaean League 21; remainder Aetolian League and Peloponnesian issues.

Disposition: Athens.

Arch. Anz., L., 1935, p. 177.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1935, p. 243.

395. Epirus , 1824(?).

Burial—

150 + image.

Dr. of: Corinth, "more than half,"; Ambracia 1; Dyrrhachium 25; Acarnania 1; Corcyra 4; Anactorium 1; Leucas 1; remainder from uncertain mints.

Disposition: Cousinéry Coll.

Cousinéry, M. E. Les monnaies d'argent de la ligue Achéenne, 1825, Plate II, p. 72 f.

396*. Epirus, ante 1847.

Burial-1st cent. B. C.

22 image.

Apollonia. (B. M. C. Thessaly Pl. XII, 13–14). Disposition: Capt. MacDonald.

Sotheby Sale, A Gentleman (MacDonald Coll.), June 21, 1847, p. 6, Nos. 100–111.

397. Epirus , 1933(?).

Burial—

54 Æ.

Nicopolis of Epirus 54.

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1935, p. 243.

398*. Eretria, Euboea , ante 1855.

Burial—

48 + Ꜹ.

Philip II 2; Philippi 10; 36 darics.

Disposition:

Lambros, P. Sur six médailles d'or inédites de Philippi. Corfou, 1855, 15 p. Plate.

399*. Eretria , c. 1870.

Burial—c. 490 B. C.

image

Athens, archaic tetradr.; Eretria tetradr., dr.; Wappenmünzen.

Disposition: Part melted down.

Köhler, U. Ath. Mittheil. IX, 1884, p. 355.

400. Eretria (near)?, ante 1909.

Burial—192–191 B. C.

184 Æ.

Carystus 6; Chalcis 85; Euboeans (Eretria) 84; Eretrians 9.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 68). pp. 1–23, Pl

401*. Eretria, (Isideion), 1914.

Burial—198 B. C. (Newell)

352 Æ, 1 image.

Euboea 40 (196–141 B. C.); Eretria 225; Chalcis 32; Boeotia 1; Indecipherable 54; Euboea 1 image hemi-dr.

Disposition:

Pappadakis, N. Arch. Deltion. 1915, pp. 145–147.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 68). pp. 11–23.

402. Eretria,(?), 1935(?).

Burial—

6 ± image.

Chalcis tetradr. (type of Pozzi 1474); Eretria didr. 2 ± (B. M. Cat. Pl. XXII, 1 and 3).

Disposition:

Communications from Athenian Correspondent and Mrs. A. Baldwin Brett.

403*. Erythrae, Asia Minor, 1923.

Burial—

90 EL, image.

Uncertain of Ionia(?), half-st. (like Babelon, Traité, No. 81, Pl. III, 5); Phocaea 8 hectae; Lesbos 57 hectae; Chios image 10 dr.; Erythrae 3 didr.; Clazomenae 3 didr.

Disposition: R. Jameson and E. T. Newell acq. parts; remainder dispersed.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1925, p. 13, Pl.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 2276, 2284, 2292–93, 2589.

404. Eski-Djumaya, Bulgaria , 1922(?).

Burial—

45 image.

Alexander III, 45 tetradr. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 243. (Bulgarian text).

405*. Este (Baratela), Italy.

Burial—

11 image.

Massalia light dr.-(questionably a hoard).

Disposition:

Ghirardini. Not. d. Scavi, 1888, p. 204.

406. Euboea.

Burial-c. 412 B. C.

67 image

Athens 67 tetradr.

Disposition:

Magoffin, W. V. D. The Romance of Archaeology, 2d ed., p. 8.

407. Euhemeria, Fayoum, Egypt , c. 28 A. D.

Burial-15–14 B. C.

15 image.

Cleopatra VII, 15 tetradr. together with jewelry in a box.

Disposition:

Papyrus Rylands 125.

Hunt, A. S. and Edgar, C. C. Select Papyri, Vol. II (Loeb Classical Library). 1934. p. 259.

408. Eupatoria, (Tauria), Russia.

Burial—

Mithradates VI Eupator. Questionably a hoard.

Disposition:

Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1917, p. 290.

409*. Falconara, (near Noto), Sicily , 1902.

Burial—

700 + image.

Athens; Syracuse and other Sicilian mints.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

410. Fasano, Brindisi, Italy , 1934.

Burial-3d cent. B. C.

179 image.

Tarentum 178; Thurium 1.

Disposition: Taranto.

Breglia, Laura. Atti Ist. Ital. Num., VIII, 1934, pp. 33–55, Pl. III.

411. Fayoum, Egypt , ante 1913.

Burial—

6 image.

Aeneia tetradr. and octodr. of Derrones together with other issues of Macedonia (?) in poor condition.

Disposition: M. Jameson acq. two.

Coll. R. Jameson, I, Nos. 932 and 943.

Felsö-Szebes, see 935.

412*. Feodosia, Crimea, 1901.

Burial—

1000 Æ.

Panticapaeum. Found in a vase.

Disposition:

Bull. Internat. de Num., I, 1902, p. 43.

Blätt. f. Münzfr., 1901, p. 211.

Athenaeum, July 31, 1901.

413*. Fethie, near Mentesche, Asia Min.

Burial—

55 image

Rhodes didr. and dr. (400–166 B. C.).

Disposition: Constantinople.

Dr. Regling's notes.

Fischhausen, see 933.

414. Francavilla Fontana, Italy , 1926.

Burial—

85 image.

Tarentum 84 didr. (Evans, Periods VII-IX); Thurium 1 didr. (reduced weight).

Disposition: Taranto Museum.

Quagliati, Q. Atti e Mem. Ist. Ital. Num., VI, p. 90 f.

415. Francofonte, Sicily , 1931.

Burial—

73 image(?).

Sicilian, including a 32(?) litra piece of Hieron II.

Disposition: Syracuse.

Rassegna Num., XXIX, 1932, pp. 91–92.

416. Frasso Telesino, Italy , 1931.

Burial-400–380 B. C.

22 image.

Cumae 6; Neapolis 4; Hyria 12.

Disposition: Naples(?).

Breglia, L. Boll. Circ. Num. Napoletano, XVI (1935) No. 2, pp. 5–18. Plate.

417. Fresenmoor (Near Neuhaus), Hannover , 1850.

Burial—

344 image.

Lycian dr. of Trajan 1; Roman Imp. den. before 180 B. C.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. XXIX, 1912, p. 240.

Hahn, Fr. Der Fund von Lengerich, Hannover, 1861. p. 56.

Bolin, S. Fynden av Romerska Mynt. Lund, 1926. Bilagor, p. (31).

418. Fröndenburg (Ruhr), 1909.

Burial—

257 image.

Lycian dr. of Trajan 1; Roman den. M. Antony to Commodus.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXIX, 1912, p. 235 ff.

419*. Galatzi, Rumania , 1840(?).

Burial—

4000 image.

Dyrrhachium; Rhodes; Thebes. Found with large hoard of Roman Imp. and Barbaric imitations (Gaulish?).

Disposition:

Neugebaur. Archäol. Zeit., Beilage, 1848, pp. 110–111

420*. Garbieh, Egypt , 1896(?).

Burial—

Ꜹ, image.

Philip II 4 gold st.; Attic tetradr.; Phoenician king of Citium, c. 368 B. C.(?); 4 darics. Incomplete.

Disposition: Alexandria.

Dutilh, E. D. J. In Rev. Beige, 1905, p. 162. Cf. also, Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1898, I, p. 148.

421*. Garbino, Bulgaria , 1914.

Burial—

22 image.

Alexander III, 18 dr.; Philip III, 2 dr.; Antiochus I, 1 dr.; Euboea 1.

Disposition: Sofia.

Arch. Anz., 1915, p. 236.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 275, No. 70. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 31, No. 61.

Gedrosia, see 583.

Gela, see 1093–98.

422. Gelencze, Rumania , 1875.

Burial—

c. 200 image.

Thasos tetradr.

Disposition: Schässburg Gymnasium acq. 1.

Archiv. d. Vereins f. Siebenbürgische Landeskunde, N. F. XIII, 1876, p. 222.

423*. Gerace (anc. Locri) Italy , 1838.

Burial—

image.

Pyrrhus 20; Syracuse; Punic of Panormus; many Pegasi. Found in vase.

Disposition: Santangelo, Durand, Millingen and Stewart.

Raoul-Rochette, D. Mémoire sur les médailles Siciliennes de Pyrrhus. In his Mémoires de Numismatique ... Paris, 1840, p. 51, Note 3. Plate I.

424*. Gerace?, ante 1845.

Burial—

97 Ꜹ.

Locri. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Fiorelli, G. Monete inedite dell'Italia antica. Napoli, 1845, p. 22, note.

Riccio, G. Repertorio. Napoli, 1852, notes, pp. 12, 72, refers to a hoard of these gold pieces which came from Tiriolo.

425*. Gerace, ante 1845.

Burial—

image.

Siris; Croton-Temesa; Laus; Tarentum. All incuse.

Disposition:

Fiorelli, G. Monete inedite dell'Italia antica. Napoli, 1845, p. 22. Plate.

426*. Gerace, 1904.

Burial-c. 282 B. C.

70 image.

Pyrrhus tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed; 6 acq. by C. Ricci for National Coll.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., 1908, pp. 339–340.

Syll. Num. Graec., II, No. 656.

Gerace, 1920, see 607.

Gerbino, see 421.

427*. Gerona, Spain , 1850–53.

Burial—

image.

Emporiae, dr. (Pegasus).

Disposition: R. Boy acquired part. Remainder melted.

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas. Sevilla, 1876, III, p. 195.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934. pp. 50–51.

428. Gerzeoul, Sukhum Distr., (Caucasus), 1926.

Burial-168 A. D.? (Zograph).

469 + image.

Caesareia Cappadociae of Nero 1 triob.; Vespasian 21 didr., 8 dr., 1 triob.; Domitian 8 didr., 1 dr.; Nerva 22 didr.; Trajan 80 didr., 84 dr., 1 triob.; Hadrian 2 didr., 13 dr., 75 triob.; Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius 59 didr., 63 dr.; Lucius Verus 28 didr.; Barbaric imitations of Lysimachus 1 "st."; Augustus (type with Gaius and Lucius) 1 den.

Disposition: Abkhasia Museum acq. 107. Remainder dispersed.

Ivastchenko, N. M. The Gerzeoul Treasure of coins of Caesareia Cappadociae. (Izvestia of Govt. Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, VII, issue 10) Leningrad, 1931. 22 p. With additional remarks by A. Zograph, pp. 20–22.

429. Gezer (near), Palestine , 1930(?).

Burial—

71 image, Æ.

Alexander the Great 3; Athenian types 18; Sidonian types 25; Tyrian types 3; Uncertain 2; Egypto-Arabian and Philisto-Arabian 20.

Disposition: Palestine Museum, Jerusalem.

Lambert, C. Quarterly of Dept. of Antiquities in Palestine, II, 1932, pp. 1–10, pls. I–II.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1936, p. 199.

430*. Gherelli, Asia Minor, 1853.

Burial—

image.

Hecatomnus.

Disposition: C. T. Newton.

Newton, C. T. Travels and discoveries in the Levant, 1865, I, p. 226, illus. Also his History of discoveries at Halicarnassus, II, 1, p. 45.

Regling, K. Frankfurter Münzzeit., 1917, p. 255, Note 2; p. 257, Note 14.

Cf. Waddington, W. H. Rev. Num., 1856, p. 61.

431. Gherghina, Rumania , 1915.

Burial—c. 12 A. D. (Ruzicka).

517 image.

Juba I, 1; Roman consular 493; Augustus 12; Barbaric imitations of Roman consular 11.

Disposition:

Severeanu, G. Bulet. Soc. Num. Rom., XIV, 1919, pp. 45–140.

Ruzicka, L. Berliner Münzblätter, Jhg. 45, 1925, pp. 201–204.

Ghizeh, see 1179.

432. Giarre Riposto, Sicily , ante 1913.

Burial—

image.

Tetradr. of Naxos, Panormus and other Sicilian mints.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 678, 689, 690.

433. Gierapetra (Hierapytna) Crete, 1933(?).

Burial—

image.

Cnossus 8 tetradr. (Svoronos, Crete, VI, 18 and 19); Cydonia 7 tetradr. (Svoronos X, 1); Gortyna 5 tetradr. (late); Hierapytna 6 tetradr. (Svoronos XVII, 11–13) 14 didr., 1 dr.; Athenian (New Style) 50 ± tetradr.; Drachms of Achaean League; Apameia (incl. Claudius Pulcher) 60 ± cistophori ; Roman republican (late) 200 ±. Many corroded fragments; all pieces crystallized.

Disposition: Fragments in British Museum. Correspondence on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc. Publication promised.

434. Gierapetra (?), 1935.

Burial—

12 + image.

Cyrene; Gortyna; Cydonia; Perseus of Macedon.

Disposition: Athens acq. 4; of remainder, all except Cyrene in Br. Mus.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson. Cf. Arcolochori entry.

435. Gieuchevo, Bulgaria , 1907.

Burial—

163 image.

Histiaea.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1919–20, pp. 138–39.

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 32, No. 63.

436. Gignod, Italy , 1914.

Burial—

140 Æ.

Roman imperial (Valerian to Diocletian) 122; Cyrene 1; Ptolemaic 5; Greek (unidentifiable) 11. Hoard?

Disposition:

Barocelli, P. Notizie degli scavi, 1914, pp. 409–410.

437*. Gioia del Colle, near Tarentum , 1908.

Burial—

250 image.

Metapontum 1 tetradr., many didr.; Tarentum many didr.; Thurium; Heraclea.

Disposition:

Note supplied by M. P. Vlasto.

438*. Gioia Tauro, Calabria, ante 1902.

Burial—

EL, image.

Carthaginian El. (Persephone, rev. Horse); Neapolis Camp. image. Found in a jar.

Disposition:

Not. d. Scavi, 1902, p. 129.

439*. Girgenti, Sicily , 1862.

Burial—

300 image.

Small denominations of: Agrigentum; Eryx; Catana; Gela 52; Leontini 64; Syracuse 139; Segesta; Himera 15; Rhegium. 5th century coinages.

Disposition:

Salinas, A. Rev. Num., 1867, pp. 335–342. 2 Plates. (Unfinished).

Lederer, P. Berlin Münzblätter, XXXIV, 1913, p. 493. Plate.

Hoffman. Bull. Num., p. 131. List given differs slightly in number of pieces found.

440*. Girgenti, 1900(?).

Burial—

60,000 Æ.

Syracuse, Hieron II. Found in a vase.

Disposition:

Orsi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1903, p. 429.

441*. Girgenti (near), 1907.

Burial—

200 + image.

Syracuse tetradr. (Du Chastel, Nos. 47, 48, 52, 55–58, 93, 94). Selinus tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

442. Girgenti(?), 1918.

Burial—

900 ± Æ.

Syracuse (Giesecke, XVII, 5?).

Disposition: Girgenti.

Note by Mrs. G. P. Cammann.

443*. Giurgiu, Rumania , ante 1869.

Burial—

250 + image.

Macedonian st.; tetradr. and dr. of Thracian kings and towns.

Disposition:

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane X, No. 19, 1913, p. 20, No. 1 (quoting Bolliac, Trompeta Carpathiar, 1869, No. 699).

Givcovo, see 435.

444*. Gizzeria, Catanzaro, 1914.

Burial-c. 350 B. C.(?)

60 image, Æ.

image: Metapontum; Messana. Æ: Velia 3; Croton 23; Rhegium 5; Messana 20; Syracuse 2; indecipherable 5.

Disposition:

Not. d. Scavi, 1914, p. 211.

Glanum, see 887.

445. Gori (near), Tiflis Govt., Georgia , 190–.

Burial—

3 + image.

Parthian drs. of Orodes I and Gotarzes 3; found with cups, etc.

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 284, No. 28.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux de la Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3. Baku, 1926. p. 41, No. 40.

446. Goritza, Bulgaria , 1926.

Burial—

c. 60 image.

Philip II, c. 60 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1926, p. 325. (Bulgarian text.)

447. Gomi-Pasarel, (near Samokov), Bulgaria , 1934.

Burial—

210 + image.

Philip II tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

448. Gorsko-Novoselo, Bulgaria , 1936.

Burial—

9 image.

Philip II (barbaric imitations).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

449*. Gradiste, Rumania , 1803.

Burial—

1000 + Ꜹ.

Koson.

Disposition: 400 acq. by Alba Julia, Karlsburg. Remainder dispersed.

Bahrfeldt, M. von. Berl. Münzblätter, 1912, p. 325, with further bibliography.

450. Gradnitza, Bulgaria , 1926.

Burial—

320 Æ.

Nicopolis ad Istrum; Marcianopolis; Anchialus; Tomis.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 324. (Bulgarian text).

451*. Grammenon, Thessaly , c. 1900.

Burial—

130 image.

Philip V, 1 dr.; Histiaea 52 tetrob.; Rhodes 49 dr.; Macedonia 27 tetrob.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., 1901, pp. 83–90.

Bull. Internat, I, 1902, p. 10.

452*. Grammichele, Sicily.

Burial—

Æ.

Sicilian Æ "axe-heads" (pierced celts), some very small. A list of other localities where these have been found is given.

Disposition:

Orsi, P. Bull. di Paletnologia Ital., XXIII, 1897, p. 119; XXVI, p. 164.

Willers, H. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIV, p. 257. Plate.

453. Granada(?), Spain , 1925(?).

Burial—

40 ± image.

Carthaginian 28–38 didr.; Carthago Nova (Barcids?) 1 tetradr.; Romano-Campanian 1.

Disposition:

Gomez-Moreno, M. Anuario del Cuerpo Facultativo de Archiveros, Bibliotecarios y Arquéologos, II, 1934, pp. 1–2.

454. Grangeneuve, Lapte, France , ante 1909.

Burial—

200 ± Ꜹ.

Gallic imitations of Macedonian staters.

Disposition: Musée Crozatier at Le Puy. de la Tour, H. Bull. Soc. Ant. Fran., 1909, p. 332–334.

Amer. Jour. Arch., XIV, 1910, p. 382.

455. Gravena, Epirus , ante 1922.

Burial—

150 ± Ꜹ.

Ꜹ staters of Philip II; Alexander III; Philip Aridaeus; Lysimachus; Seleucus I.

Disposition: M. Ritsos acq. part.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

456. Greece (Northern), ante 1840.

Burial—

3000 image.

Histiaea 1500; Macedonia (Auton. tetrobols 185–168) 454; Bottiaei 6.

Disposition: H. P. Borrell acq. portion.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1840, p. 236.

457. Greece (?) ante 1889.

Burial—

17 + EL.

Rhaescuporis III; Sauromates III and IV.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Sambon, J. Sale. Mar. 25, 1889 ('Amateur Russe'), pp. 104–05.

458*. Greece , 1892(?).

Burial—

image.

Athens tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 32, Nos. 15–42.

459*. Greece (Central), 1900(?).

Burial—

image.

Phocis obols, triobols; Lilaea; Athens tetradr. of 525–430 B. C.

Disposition: N. Langton.

Langton, N. Num. Chron., 1903, p. 197. Plate.

460*. Greece , 1907(?).

Burial—

28 image.

Staters of: Corinth 15; Leucas 2; Dyrrhachium 1; Ambracia 3; Alyzia 1; Anactorium 4; Stratus 1; Coronta 1.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., XI, 1908, pp. 258–260.

461. Greece , 1911.

Burial-c. 319 B. C. (Newell).

37 + image.

Athens 3 tetradr.; Boeotia 2 didr.; Sicyon 3 dr.; Philip II, 1 tetradr.; Alexander III, 28 tetradr. Disposition: N. Y. Jeweler.

Information noted by E. T. Newell.

462. Greece (?), 1921.

Burial—

84 image.

Athens (new style with names of magistrates) 14; Athens, with 2 monograms, without AΘE 20; Roman consular 50.

Disposition: M. L. Kambanis acq. 8. Remainder dispersed.

Note by M. L. Kambanis who has complete record of hoard.

463. Greece(?), 1928.

Burial—

24 + image.

Antigonus Gonatas (Pan head on shield type) 16 tetradr.; posthumous Alexander III (Heraclea, Mytilene, Temnus, Phocoea, Erythrae) 7 tetradr.; posthumous Lysimachus 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed. E. T. Newell acq. part. Information furnished by E. T. Newell.

464. Greece , 1930–31(?).

Burial—

38 + image.

Sicyon 5; Tanagra 1; Locri Opuntii (B. M. Central Greece, I, 5) 3; Aegina (Milbank, I, 13, 14; II, 1, 12, 13; B. M. Attica, XXIV, 10) 9; Thebes (Head, Coinage of Boeotia, II, 6, 10, 11, 13; III, 14; Arch. Deltion, 1916, pl. A, 15, 29; B, 1, 7; Γ, 16, 22; A, 7, 27; E, 5; B. M. Central Greece, XII, 4) 19. Part of a larger hoard.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc. Cf. also Naville XVI for mints listed.

465. Greece , ante 1932.

Burial—

image.

Pharsalus.

Disposition: British Museum acq. 1.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1932, pp. 202–03.

466. Greece , 1932.

Burial—

21 image.

Posthumous issues of Philip II tetrob. (Müller Nos. 66, 96, 104, 148 (2), 228 (3), 229, 230, 232, 283 and 9 unpub. varieties).

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

467. Greece , 1934.

Burial—

25 image.

Staters of Amyntas 23 ±; Perdiccas 2 st.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

468. Greece , 1937.

Burial—

38 ± image.

Alexander III, 16 dr.; Locri Op. 13 triob., 1 didr.; Boeotia 5 triob.; Lysimachus 1 dr.; Histiaea 1 triob.; Thebes 1 st.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

469. Gumista, Kutais, Caucasia, 1918.

Burial—

83 image (?).

Colchis 83 (10 w. ΣO).

Disposition:

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. for History of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 284.

470*. Gumuldjina (Tskedje), Greece.

Burial—

217 Æ.

Abdera, some overstruck, many with countermarks (Strack Nos. 235–237).

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

471*. Gura-Vaü, Rumania , 1850.

Burial—

71 image.

Apollonia.

Disposition: Vienna acq. 52.

Bulet Soc. Num. Romane, 1923, No. 47, p. 90, No. 101.

Archiv. f. Oesterr. Geschichts-Quellen, VI, 237, XV, 321.

Archiv. d. Vereins f. Siebenbürgische Landeskunde, N. F. XIII, 1876, p. 223.

Mitteil. d. k. k., Zentralcomm. zur Erforschung und Erhaltung d. Baudenkmale, 1856, p. 102.

472. Hadji-Koiy (Mustanli), Bulgaria , 1933–34.

Burial—

Æ.

Maroneia.

Disposition:

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 493.

473. Haghia Varvara, Greece , 1932.

Burial—

231 Æ.

Athens (different types, 220–30 B. C.), 231.

Disposition: Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., LVII, 1933, p. 238.

Hagia Theodora, see 595–596.

Phaestus, see 474.

474*. Hagia Triada, Crete, 1902.

Burial—

19 Æ.

Bronze ingots.

Disposition:

McClean, J. R. Num. Chron., 1910, pp. 209–222, illus.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., IX, p. 167. Plate. Rev. Beige, 1908, p. 312.

Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 973.

Bull. di Paletnologia Ital., 1904, p. 99 ff.

475*. Haiffa, Syria , 1906.

Burial-c. 145–140 B. C. (Regling).

38 + image.

Tetradr. of Alex. III (Temnos); Cyme; Myrina; Magnesia Ion.; Demetrius I Soter; Alexander I; Demetrius II Nicator.

Disposition:

Tourneur, V. Gazette Num. de Bruxelles, XI, 1906, p. 18.

Dupriez Sale, No. 90, Dec. 12, 1906, Nos. 1–38. Plates. Rev. Num., 1907, p. 111.

Regling, K. Zeit. für Num., 1928, p. 94.

476*. Halicarnassus, Asia Minor, 1857(?).

Burial—

image.

Cnidus (early).

Disposition: C. W. Huber acq. a part.

Huber, C. W. Num. Zeit., 1870, p. 240.

477*. Halicarnassus , 1888.

Burial—

30 ± image, Æ.

Halicarnassus 2 image, 21 Æ; Myndus 6 image.

Disposition: W. R. Paton.

Paton, W. R. Num. Chron., 1890, p. 279.

478. Halmyros, Greece , 1930.

Burial—

969 image.

Athens (New Style), 969 tetr.

Disposition: M. L. Kambanis acq. portion. Athens acq. 66 with 34 imitations.

Kambanis, M. L. Bull. Corr. Hell., 1934, pp. 101–131, Pl. I.; 1935, pp. 101–107, p. 244.

Num. Chron., 1932, p. 200 (questionably this hoard).

Arch. Anz., Jhg. 50, 1935, p. 177.

479. Hamadan, Iran , c. 1934.

Burial—

700 ± Æ.

Antiochus I, 2; Seleucus II or III, 1; Armenian(?) Kings 2; Roman (Constantine I to Constantine II)* 2; Parthian (Mithradates II to Artabanus IV) 278.

Disposition: R. H. McDowell acq. 289 (listed above); a Czech collector acq. half of total.

Communication from R. H. McDowell.

E. T. Newell.

480. Hamah (or Homs), Syria , 1936.

Burial-c. 252 A. D.

240 + image.

Tetradrachms of Antioch recorded as follows: Gordian III, 4; Philip Senior 72; Otacilia 1; Philip Junior 28; Trajan Decius 36; Etruscilla 5; Herennius 26; Trebonianus 41; Volusian 5.

Disposition:

Letter from Syria on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

481. Harmanli, Bulgaria , 1927.

Burial—

11 + image.

Philip II, 11 + tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, V, 1928–29, p. 382 (Bulgarian text).

482*. Hass-Keui, Bulgaria , 1886.

Burial—

400 image.

Cherronesus; Parium; Maroneia; Abdera; Abydus. Incomplete.

Disposition:

Tacchella, D. E. Rev. Num., 1898, p. 215.

483. Hazára District, India , 1833.

Burial—

120 image.

Apollodotus 7 square dr.; Antimachus 5; Menander 108.

Disposition: C. Masson.

Thomas, E. Prinseps' Essays on Indian Antiquities, I, p. 348 (quoting C. Masson, Jour. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, Jan., 1836, pp. 1–28, Plate).

484. Heltau, Cisnadie, Rumania , 1836.

Burial—

500 + Æ.

Corcyra 498 (11 varieties); Pharos 2; Panormus(?) 2

Disposition:

Archiv. d. Vereins f. Siebenbürgische Landeskunde, IV, Heft 1, p. 19 f.; N. F. XIII, 1876, p. 227.

Heraeum, see 64.

Hermione, see 278.

485. Hesbaye, Belgium , 1873(?).

Burial-c. 289 A. D.

170 Æ.

Alexandria: Domitian to Maximianus Hercules 83; with Roman coins.

Disposition:

Schuermans, H. Rev. Beige de Num., 1874, pp. 186–195.

Hev Szamos, see 995.

Hiera, see 1170.

Hierapytna, see 433–434.

486. Hierissos, Macedonia , 1934.

Burial—

150 + image.

Acanthus-archaic tetradr. and smaller denominations.

Disposition:

Communication from M. P. Vlasto on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

Hilla, see 115.

487. Homs, Syria , 1927.

Burial-c. 250 B. C.

34 + image.

Lysimachus 22 tetradr.; Eumenes I, 1 tetradr.; Attalus I, 1 tetradr.; Antiochus I, 2 tetradr.; Antiochus II,2 tetradr. Six not seen.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Information furnished by a correspondent.

488. Homs, 1934.

Burial—

60 image.

Pot hoard of tetradr. of: Alexander III (posthumous) 1; Lysimachus 34; Eumenes I, 1; Attalus I, 3; Eumenes II, 4; Antiochus I, 10; Antiochus II, 2; Seleucus III, 2; Antiochus III, 3.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

Homs, 1936 see 480.

489*. Huniedoara, Rumania , 1905(?).

Burial—

1117 image.

Apollonia 5; Dyrrhachium 19; found with 1093 Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Gohl, E. Num. Közlöny, 1905, p. 46; 1906, p. 137.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XV, No. 35–6, 1920, p. 79, No. 70.

490*. Iafa, Galilee, 1870.

Burial-c. 286–292 A. D.

159 BILL.

Antioch on the Orontes (Caracalla to Trebonianus Gallus) 55 pieces, found with Roman Imperial of Valerian to Maximianus Hercules. A pot hoard.

Disposition:

Saulcy, F. de. Annuaire de Num., III, 1868–70, pp. 350–369.

Ibiza, see 654.

Ibrahim, see 725.

Idalium, see 297.

Illyria, see 589.

491*. India , 1870(?).

Burial—

27 + image.

Apollodotus Philopator 27 hemidr. Found with issues of three native princes.

Disposition:

Cunningham, Sir A. Num. Chron., 1872, p. 158; 1873, p. 210.

492*. India , 1920(?).

Burial—

39 image.

Tetradr. of Hippostratus 7; Azilises 32.

Disposition: R. B. Whitehead.

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, pp. 338–339.

493*. Ionia , 1915(?).

Burial—

55 ± image.

Persian sigli, worn and punchmarked.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1916, pp. 1–12. Plate.

494. Isernia, Italy , 1931.

Burial—

270 Æ.

Arpi 1; Ardea(?) 2 unciae; Romano-Campanian 9 sextans, 7 unciae; Roman republican 3 asses, 2 semissi, 51 sextans, 3 triens, 5 quadrans, 40 unciae. 147 oxidized (unrecognizable)

Disposition: Isernia(?)

Drago, Ciro. Samnium, VI, 1933, pp. 64–66.

495*. Ishtib, S. Serbia, c. 1912.

Burial—

image

Octodr. of Derrones.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Svoronos, J. N. L'Hellénisme primitif de la Macédoine, 1919, pp. 9, 10, 13, 25. Plate. Jour. Int. Arch. Num., 1919, XIX.

Blätter f. Münzfr., 1913, p. 5411, illus. Cf. also B.M.C. Macedon, p. 150.

Coll. R. Jameson. No. 1946.

496. Issitli, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial—

8 image.

Maroneia 8 tetradr.

Disposition: Sofia.

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 226. (Bulgarian text).

497. Italy.

Burial—

58 + image.

Corinth 34; Hipponium 1; Dyrrhachium 2; Ambracia 2; Argos Amphilochicum 2; Anactorium 8; Leucas 8; Uncertain mint 1.

Disposition:

Ravel, O. Numismatica e scienze affini, (Santamaria) II, 1936, pp. 1–7, Plate.

498. Italy (?).

Burial—

98 ± image.

Apollonia and Dyrrhachium.

Disposition:

Breglia, Laura. Boll. Circ. Num. Napol., XVI, 1935, No. I, p. 11–24. Plate.

Canessa Sale, June 12, 1928, Nos. 784–833, Pls. XII–XIII.

499. Italy.

Burial—

19 + image(?).

Incuse of Croton (or Temesa); Caulonia; Metapontum; Sybaris.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 1; J. R. McClean 1; A. H. Lloyd 1.

Num. Chron., 1930, p. 285, Pl. XIX, 1.

Grose, S. W. McClean Coll., no. 1647, Pl. 52, 4.

B. M. Quarterly, IV, p. 101,. Pl. LVI, b. 1.

500*. Italy.

Burial—c.

510 B. C. 5 image.

Tarentum 1; Caulonia 2; Croton 2. Incuse.

Disposition: M. P. Vlasto.

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 216.

501*. Italy.

Burial—

6 + image.

Tarentum 3 (Evans III A1, A4, and B2); Thurium 1 (like Lucerne Sale V, 553); Metapontum 1 (like Lucerne Sale V, 459).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Note supplied by M. P. Vlasto.

502. Italy, c. 1830.

Burial—

800 + image.

Obols of Phistelia and Allifae.

Disposition:

Millingen, J. Ancient coins of Greek cities and kings. London, 1831, p. 7.

503*. Italy, 1862.

Burial—After 262 B. C.

Æ.

Aesernia; Aquinum; Arpi; Cales; Cosa; Neapolis;

"Romano-Campanian"; Suessa.

Disposition:

Sambon, A. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique. Naples, 1870, p. 33.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, p. 81.

504*. Italy, 1868(?).

Burial—

image.

Samnium (Social War) 14, with Roman Republ. denarii.

Disposition: M. Hoffman.

Mommsen-Blacas. Hist. de la monn. romaine, II, p. 526.

Zeit. f. Num., II, 1875, p. 53.

505*. Italy, 1887.

Burial—c. 388 B. C.

22 + image.

Terina 12; Thurium; Caulonia; Tarentum 3; Croton 1. Incomplete.

Disposition:

Evans, A. J. The Horsemen of Tarentum. Num. Chron., 1889, pp. 41–43. Plate.

Coll. R. Jameson, Nos. 217–223.

506. Italy, 1927.

Burial—c. 410 (Noe, accepted by Vlasto).

24 image.

Tarentum 6 (incl. 1 incuse and 2 oekists); Metapontum 2; Thurium 2; Caulonia 4; Terina 1 (Regling 7); Laus 1; Poseidonia 2; Sybaris 1; Velia 1; Croton 3 or 4.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Detailed information on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

507. Italy (near Taranto?), 1929(?).

Burial—

38 image.

Tarentum 2; Metapontum 12 incuse; Sybaris 5 incuse; Caulonia 6 incuse, 1 double-relief; Croton 10 incuse, one having eagle reverse; Gela 1 tetradr.; Poseidonia 1 double-relief st. Found intact.

Disposition: Dispersed; 1 st. of Caulonia acq. by Am. Num. Soc.

Publication forthcoming. Data in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

508. Izvorovo (anc. Kabyle near Jambol), Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

200 + Æ.

Philip II, 137; Alexander III, 63.

Disposition: Sofia.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 472. (Bulgarian text).

509*. Jalalia, on the Indus, India, 1911.

Burial—

Æ.

Coins of 12 kings from Demetrius onwards. Poor condition.

Disposition: Br. Mus. (ex Whitehead Coll.).

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 342.

510. Jambol, Bulgaria, 1930.

Burial—

72 image

Alexander III, 71 tetradr.; Cavarus (219–200 B. C.) 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Sofia acq. Cavarus tetradr.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VI, 1930–31, p. 318. (Bulgarian text.)

511. Jannina, Epirus, 1935.

Burial—c. 169–168 B. C.

71 + image.

Philip V, 1 didr.; Perseus 52 ± tetradr., 1 didr.; Epirus (Republic) 17 ± image.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Arch. Anz., L, 1935, pp. 178–179; further details from Athenian correspondent, and other sources.

512*. Jdita, between Baalbek and Saida, 1894.

Burial—

400 + image.

Alexander III tetradr., many with Phoenician dates; remainder, double st. of Sidon.

Disposition:

Rouvier, J. Rev. Num, 1902, p. 255.

512a. Jerbourg, Guernsey, Isle of, ante 1890.

Burial—

68 Bill.

Alexandrian issues from Probus to Maximum (latest year IA).

Disposition:

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1937, p. 135.

513. Jericho, Palestine, 1874.

Burial—

100 ± image.

Judaea 100 shekels with engraved gem-seal showing wheat-ears. Pot hoard.

Disposition: 24 acq. by T. Drake and sent to England; remainder acq. by M. Ganneau.

Madden, F. W. Coins of the Jews, 1903, p. 69 Note 1. For further bibliography, see p. 322.

Lewis, S. S. Num. Chron., 1876, p. 322, illus.

514*. Jerusalem, 1889.

Burial—

120–500 image.

Judaea, 1st and 2d revolt.

Disposition:

Procès-Verb. in Ann. de Num., 1890, p. 21; 1892, p. 4.

515. Jerusalem, ante 1914.

Burial—c. 70 A. D.

2 image, Æ.

Judaea (1st Revolt), 1 shekel, 1 half-shekel; Herodian Æ; Roman procuratorial (Augustus and Tiberius).

Disposition:

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1922, pp. 133–134; 1916, p. 257.

Germer-Durand, R. P. Revue biblique, 1914, p. 234 ff.

516. Jerusalem (Ophel?), 1935.

Burial—

160(?) image.

Jewish shekels (all year 3) 64; Ptolemy II, 2 tetradr.; Tyrian shekels (the latest 19–20 A. D.) 22 and quasi-barbarous imitation 1. Possibly two hoards.

Disposition: 89 pieces listed, deposited with Dept. of Antiquities, Palestine.

Hill, G. F. Palestine Quarterly, 1937, pp. 78–83. Plate.

517. Jever, Germany, c. 1850.

Burial—

c. 1000 image.

Lycian dr. of Trajan 1; Rom. denarii Vitellius to Ant. Pius.

Disposition:

Mommsen, T. Röm. Münzwesens p. 710, Note 155. Zeit. f. Num., XXIX, 1912, p. 237.

518. Jumati Sta., Kutais, Transcaucasia, c. 1910.

Burial—

40 + image.

Colchis, poor-grade silver coins with MO.

Disposition: Hermitage acq. one or two; Georgian Ethnographical Soc. acq. one; remainder dispersed.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 37, No. 11.

Jwala Mukhi, India, see 491.

520*. Kabul Valley, 1917.

Burial—

97 image.

Indo-Greek tetradr.: Heliocles 10; Archebius 30; Strato 18; Strato and Agathocleia 5; Peucolaus 2;

Amyntas 2; Diomedes 4; Philoxenus 13; Antialcidas 1; Hermaeus 10; Hermaeus and Calliope 2.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and Punjab Mus., Lahore, acq. parts.

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, pp. 294–343. Plate.

521*. Kaliandra (anc. Mende), 1892.

Burial—

image.

Mende tetrob. and smaller denom.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. selection; Berlin Coll., Löbbecke, and Philipsen Colls. acq. parts.

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1892, p. 6; 1893, p. 2. Plates.

Cf. Hirsch, Cat. XIII, 1905, Nos. 888–914. Plates. (Possibly from this find.)

522*. Kaliandra, 1913.

Burial—

320 + image.

Mende tetradr.

Disposition: London; Paris; Berlin; Athens; R. Jameson; G. Empedocles; E. T. Newell acq. parts.

Noe, S. P. The Mende (Kaliandra) hoard. N. Y. 1926. (N. N. M. No. 27). 73 p., 10 pls.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXXIV, 1923, p. 10. Plates.

Babelon, E. Rev. Num., 1922, p. 103. Plates.

Cf. Bl. f. Münzfr., 1913, p. 5411.

Moisil, C. Bulet. Soc. Num. Române, Jul. 1922, p. 106.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1924, p. 6.

523. Kamerates (Ancient Parium), Asia Minor.

Burial—

23(?) Æ.

Parium (Imperial, Agrippa to Gallienus.)

Disposition:

Sestini, Lettres etc., della Collezione Ainslieana, I, 1789, pp. 96–113.

(For 3 of Galba from same place cf. loc. cit. Vol. III, pp. 22–3.

524*. Kangra (Distr.), India, 1853.

Burial—

image.

Antimachus II; Philoxenus; Lysias; Antialcidas; Menander with punch-marked coins.

Disposition:

Cunningham, Sir A. Num. Chron., 1873, p. 209.

525*. Kangra, c. 1894.

Burial—

75 image.

Apollodotus II of Bactria 21; Amoghabuti 54.

Dispositiion:

Rev. Num., 1894, p. 132 (quoting Proceedings of Soc. Asiatique du Bengale).

526*. Kara-Bunar, Bulgaria, 1909.

Burial—

Ꜹ, image.

Philip II, 57 ± tetradr., 3 st.

Disposition:

Jahrb. Deutsch. Archäol. Inst., 1910, Archäol. Anzeig., p. 403.

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 228. (Bulgarian text).

527. Karadagh (between Tabriz and Ardabil), Iran.

Burial—

1000 ± image.

Beardless series 1; Artabanus I, 1; Mithradates II, 8; Gotarzes I, ("Artabanus II") 2; Sinatruces 1; Phraates III, 2; Mithradates III, 2; Orodes II (I), 18; Phraates IV, 6; Vonones I, 1; Gotarzes II, (I) 7; Volagases I, 1; Vardanes II, 1; Mithradates IV, 1; Volagases III, 2. (Inclusion in this hoard of at least the last five kings is doubtful.)

Disposition: Rev. E. Wright, Princeton, N. J.

Communication of R. H. McDowell.

528*. Karanis (Kom-Washim), Egypt, 1896.

Burial—169–170 A. D.

98 BILL.

Alexandria tetradr. (Claudius to Marcus Aurelius). A pot-hoard.

Disposition: Type set in Ashmolean Museum; selection in Brit. Mus.

Milne, J. G. British School of Archaeology in Egypt, Historical Studies, II, 1911, pp. 30–34, Pl. XII (table).

Milne, J. G. Ashmolean Museum. Catalogue of Alexandrian coins. Oxford, 1933. (No. V in Hoard tables at end of volume).

Milne, J. G. in Grenfell, Hunt and Hogarth. Fayum Towns, p. 65. Plates.

Milne, J. G. History of Egypt. N. Y. 1898, V, p. 218.

529. Karanis (Kom Aushim), Egypt, 1925.

Burial—430 A. D.

1075 Æ.

Lycia 2; Alexandria 2; Roman imperial 606; local copies of Roman imperial 338; illegible, 126; Latest bears name of Johannes (423–425 A. D.).

Disposition:

Milne, J. G. In Boak, A. E. R. Karanis, the temples, coin hoards ... seasons 1924–31. Univ. of Michigan Studies, Humanistic Series, XXX. Ann Arbor, 1933. pp. 71–73.

530. Karanis (Kom Aushim), Egypt, 1925.

Burial—268–269 A. D.

860 BILL.

Alexandria tetradr. (Marcus Aurelius to Claudius Gothicus).

Disposition:

Milne, J. G. In Boak, A. E. R. Karanis, the temples, coin hoards ... Seasons 1924—31. Univ. of Michigan Studies, Humanistic Series, XXX. Ann Arbor, 1933. pp. 60–70.

531. Karanis, Egypt, 1934.

Burial—

26,000 Æ.

Alexandria. (All issued before 295 A. D.).

Disposition:

New York Times, May 27, 1934.

Numismatist, XLVII, 1934, p. 478.

532. Karbanat District, Bulgaria, 1916.

Burial—

image

Thasos tetradr. (très grande quantité).

Disposition: Sofia 30 tetradr.; remainder dispersed. Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, VI, 1916–18, p. 163, No. 9. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 20, No. 20.

533. Karditsa, Thessaly, 1925(?).

Burial—

image.

Locri Op. 1 st.; Philip II; Alexander III.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Karditsa, see 718.

534*. Karini, Lesbos, 1888.

Burial—After 250 B. C. (Newell).

Æ.

Mytilene. Some hundreds found in vase (250–200 B. C.).

Disposition:

Koldewey, R. Lesbos, pp. 40–41.

B. M. Cat. Troas, 1894, p. 192, note. Plate.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 68) pp. 41–42.

535. Karnak Excavations, Egypt, 1924–25.

Burial—

Æ.

Ptolemaic found in 2 vases.

Disposition:

Annales du service des antiquités, XXV, 1925, p. 13.

536*. Kasamovo, near Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 1894.

Burial—

264 image.

Abdera 20; Parium 30; remainder of Chersonesus Thraciae. Found in vase.

Disposition: Sofia acq. Chersonesus 47; Parium 13; Abdera 13.

Dobrusky, V. Rev. Num., 1895, pp. 103–106. Tacchella, D. E. Rev. Num., 1898, p. 215. Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 271, No. 7. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 29, No. 53.

537. Kashka-Daria Valley, 1908.

Burial—

"Nameless" king of Bactria (B. M. Cat. Greek and Scythic Kings, p. 114)

Disposition: Samarkand Museum acq. 1.

Masson, M. E. Izvestia of Middle Asiatic Commiss., III, 1928, p. 285.

538*. Kasr-el-Danar, Egypt, ante 1905.

Burial—

1700 image.

Alexander III tetradr.

Disposition:

Eddé, M. Boll. di Num., 1905, pp. 129, 140.

539. Kastenholz, Rumania, 1777.

Burial—

100 + image.

Thasos tetradr.

Disposition:

Archiv. d. Vereins f. Siebenbürgische Landeskunde, N. F. XIII, 1876, p. 229.

Mitteil. der k. k. Centralcommission zur Erforschung der Baudenkmale unter der Leitung des k. k. Sectionschefs und Präses der k. k. Centralcommission Carl Freiherr von Czoernig, 1862. p. 136.

540*. Kavalla, Macedonia, ante 1839.

Burial—

Neapolis Maced. Very small and much defaced.

Disposition: M. Garreri of Smyrna.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1841, p. 139.

541. Kavalla, 1935(?).

Burial—

12 Ꜹ.

Philippi under Philip (similar to Naville XVII, 340) 12.

Disposition:

Information from Athenian Correspondent.

542. Kazanlik, Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

55 image.

Thasos 55 tetradr. with monograms DI and M.

Disposition: A. Dorin(?).

Correspondence and photograph from A. Dorin in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

543*. Kefir, Syria, 1910.

Burial—

17 image.

Tyre tetradr., year E to EK.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

544. Kefr Es-Samir, Palestine, 1900.

Burial—

Æ.

John Hyrcanus and Herod. Hoard(?).

Disposition:

Quarterly statement of Palestine Exploration Fund, 1900, p. 359.

545*. Keneh, Egypt (Upper), 1923.

Burial—After 134 B. C.

Ꜹ, image.

Arsinoe type 43 Ꜹ Octodr., 2 Ꜹ tetradr.; Ptolemy VI or VII, 200 image tetradr. All but six tetradr. of common type; the others of Paphus mint.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Newell, E. T. Two recent Egyptian hoards, N. Y., 1927. (N. N. M. No. 33), pp. 14–31, Pls. II–III.

Cf. Ciani Sale, Oct. 16, 1923, Pl. III, Nos. 63–65; Pl. IV, Nos. 73–82.

546. Kepeli, Bulgaria, 1906.

Burial—

231 image.

Abydus and Thasos.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, Note 40. (Bulgarian text.)

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 28, No. 48.

547. Kermanshah, Iran, 1935.

Burial—

286 Æ.

Antiochus I, 2; Seleucus II or III, 1; Antiochus IV, 1; Uncertain Seleucid 1; Parthian (Phraates III to Volageses V) 263.

Disposition: R. H. McDowell.

Communication from R. H. McDowell.

548. Kertch, Crimea.

Burial—

500 Ꜹ

Rhaescuporis V, 500.

Disposition:

Burachkov, A. L. General catalogue, p. 19.

549. Kertch.

Burial—

700 ± image.

Last Rhaescuporises 700.

Disposition:

Burachkov, A. L. General catalogue, p. 19.

550. Kertch.

Burial—

1000 ± Æ.

Panticapaeum c. 1000.

Disposition:

Burachkov, A. L. General catalogue, p. 19.

551. Kertch (Mithradates Mt.).

Burial—

92 Ꜹ.

Sauromates II and Cotys II, 92.

Disposition:

Burachkov, A. L. General catalogue, p. 19.

Kertch, Crimea, 1846, see 1041.

552*. Kertch, c. 184–.

Burial—

EL.

Cyzicus staters—"the richest hoard to date."

Disposition: Leningrad, Nat. Hermitage Coll., 4. Remainder melted.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 24. Aschik. "Kingdom of Bosphoros," III, pp. 93–94. Antiquités du Bosphore Cimmerien, II, pp. 154–155. Lenormant, Fr. Rev. Num., 1856, p. 24.

553*. Kertch, 1847(?).

Burial—

54 Æ.

Mithradates Eupator, found in tomb.

Disposition:

Kondakov, Tolstoi and Reinach. Antiquités de la Russie méridionale. Paris, 1891, p. 26.

554. Kertch (Mt. Mithradates), 1852.

Burial—

200 + Æ.

Debased staters of Kings of Bosphorus; Thothorses, Rhadamsades, Rhaescuporis VII, 591–625 of Bosporan era. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Becker, P. Kertch i Tamanj in "Propulaei," II, p.363.

555. Kertch (Site of Briansky Zavod), 1897.

Burial—1–50 A. D.

474 Æ.

Panticapaeum 336; Gorgippia 40; Phanagoria 32; Amisus 62; Sinope 2; Amastris 1; Comana 1.

Disposition:

Otchet of Arch. Commiss., 1897, p. 72.

556. Kertch, 1904.

Burial—

Æ, Ꜹ.

Æ of Thothorses and Rhaescuporis VI; Constantine II, 2 Ꜹ.

Disposition:

Arch. Anz., 1905, p. 60. (Brief note.)

557. Kertch (near), c. 1907.

Burial—

200–300 image.

Panticapaeum (V–IV Cent. B. C.); Samos.

Disposition:

Bertier-de-la-Garde, A. L. Numiz. Svornik, I, p. 37, Note.

558. Kertch Bay, 1910.

Burial—First half of 1st cent.

c. 300 Æ.

Mithradatic types of: Panticapaeum 112; Panticapaeum overstruck on Phanagoria 9; Phanagoria 11; Gorgippia 26; Sinope 1. (Dredged from sea-bottom, clinging together in compact mass.)

Disposition:

Note by A. Zograph.

559. Kertch, (near), 1926.

Burial—Second half of 4th cent.

c. 100 Æ.

Panticapaeum (type of Burachkov, Pl. XIX, 39), c. 100.

Disposition:

Note by A. Zograph.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. for Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 285.

560. Khodnitza, Bulgaria, 1903.

Burial:

62 Æ(?).

Marcianopolis; Nicopolis.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 272, No. 30. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 23, No. 32.

561. Khorsabad, Persia, 1934(?).

Burial—310–305 B. C.

9 image.

Alexander III, 6 tetradr.; Philip III, 3 tetradr. Found in the Temple of Nabu by expedition of Oriental Inst.

Disposition:

Information furnished by E. T. Newell.

562. Kiev, Russia, 1876.

Burial—

60 ± Æ.

Antioch in Pisidia (Philip Sr. to Gallienus) 48; Roman imperial 11.

Disposition: Num. Mus. of Univ. of Kiev (formerly St. Vladimir).

Annuaire Soc. Num., 1889, pp. 66–68.

563*. Kiouleler, Thessaly, 1910—1911 (?).

Burial—285–275 B. C.

42 ± image.

Alexander III, 7 tetradr.; Demetrius Pol. 1 tetradr.; Athens 33 tetradr.; Seleucus I, 1 tetradr. Probably from same hoard as following entry.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923, Pl. 31.

564*. Kiouleler, 1911–1912(?).

Burial—285–275 B. C.

73 ± image.

Tetradr. of Alexander III, 48; Philip III, 8; Demetrius Poliorcetes 1; Lysimachus 5; Seleucus I, 1; Athens 10. Probably from same hoard as preceding entry.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Pl. 31.

565. Kiourpet, Island of Samothrace, 1930.

Burial—

100 ± image.

Fractional issues of sphinx type, one with ΣA (attributed to Samothrace by Schwabacher, to Assorus by Svoronos); Diobols and hemi-obols of Athena type of uncertain mint; hemi-obols (Steer-head/Bucranium) also of uncertain mint.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Schwabacher, W. Ein Fund archaischer Münzen von Samothrake. (In Trans. Num. Congress, London, 1936) Plate.

Cat. R. Jameson, 2441–44.

Svoronos, J. N. L'Hellenisme Primitif, p. 217 ff.

Naville, XVI, 959–964.

Kis-Szederjes, see 983.

566. Kish, Mesopotamia,

Burial—

169 Æ.

Seleucus I, 1; Late Roman and Sassanian 168.

Disposition:

Information supplied by Prof. J. G. Milne.

567. Kitab, Shahrisiab, Kashka-Daria, Uzbek, 1906.

Burial—

c. 100 image.

Eucratides the Great, tetradr., drs., obols; Demetrius, obols and drs.; Antimachus I.

Disposition: Citizen Shakiriantz. Silver piece of Heliocles—Laodice from this(?) hoard said to have been acq. by Berlin.

Masson, M. E. Izvestia of Middle Asiatic Commiss., I, 1926; III, 1928, p. 284.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of the State Acad. for Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 282.

568*. Kizilagac, Bulgaria, 1906.

Burial—

240 Æ.

Maroneia and Abdera (barbaric imitations).

Disposition:

Vjesnik Hrvatskoga Arheol. Društva, New Ser., VII, 1905, p. 237.

Mitth. Oesterr. Gesell, f. Münz-u. Medaillenkunde, 1906, p. 14.

569*. Kniazej Krynicy, Ukraine, 1903.

Burial—

140 image, Æ.

Cimmerian Bosphorus 53; Panticapaeum 33; Olbia 3; Phanagoria 1; Alexandria, Egypt 7; Viminacium; Sauromates I; Rhaescuporis I—VI; Mithradates III; Rhoematalces; Thothorses. Found with Roman.

Disposition:

Pulaski, F. Wiadomosci Num. Archeol., 1903, pp. 5–13.

Cf. also No. 578.

570. Kokhchi, Lake (Erivan), Transcaucasia.

Burial—

Seleucid tetradr. of several Kings; questionably a hoard.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 39 No. 22.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 282.

571*. Kom-el-Qala, 1906.

Burial—

image

"Hacksilber" find without coins.

Disposition:

Brǔgsch. Annales du Service des Antiq. de l'Égypte, VII, 1906, p. 16.

572. Kom Truga, Egypt,

Burial—

59 image.

Ptolemaic tetradr. (dated).

Disposition:

Milne, J. G. Journ. Egypt. Arch., XXI, 1935, p. 211. Annuario del Museo Greco Romano, I, 1934, p. 44.

Kom Washim (Aushim, Ushim), see Nos. 528–531.

573*. Koropi, Attica, 1900(?).

Burial—

94 LEAD.

Athens lead of 3d cent. B. C.

Disposition: Athens Coll.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., VIII, 1905, pp. 252 and 344.

Am. Jour. Archaeol., 1906, p. 346.

Körös Banya, see 120.

574. Kotielino, near Olbia, 1929.

Burial—250–200 B. C. (Zograph).

36 Æ.

Olbia (Type of Pick: Münzen Nordgriechenlands, Pl. IX, 26–29) 36.

Disposition: Nikolajev Museum.

Note by A. Zograph.

575. Koumares (near Trikkala, Thessaly), 1936.

Burial—6th century.

35 image.

Aegina 35 st. of first and second types.

Disposition: Athens, commerce.

Letter from Athens correspondent, dated Sept. 27, 1936.

576. Koutzouroub, near Očakov c. 1890.

Burial—

Æ.

Olbia, aes grave (Type of Pick: Münzen Nordgriechenlands, Pl. VIII, 3).

Disposition:

Goshkiewicz, V. Klady i drievnosti chersonskoy Goubernij, Cherson, 1903. pp. 60, 71.

577. Krainovo, Bulgaria, 1896.

Burial—

1 Ꜹ 24 image.

Philip II, 1 Ꜹ; Istrus 24 image.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 271, No. 18. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 17, No. 10.

578*. Krakow, Galicia, 1900(?).

Burial—

125 Æ.

Mesembria; Istrus; Olbia; Cherronesus; Panticapaeum; Phanagoria; Rhaescuporis II, III, V, VI; Sauromates I, II; Thothorses; Gepaepyris. The finding-place is questionable.

Disposition:

Renner, V. von. Mitth. Oesterr. Gesell. f. Münz-u. Medaillenkunde, 1911, pp. 171–176.

Cf. also No. 569.

579. Kruchovitza, Bulgaria, 1912.

Burial—

85 image.

Thasos, late tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, VI, 1916–18, p. 161, No. 2. (Bulgarian text.)

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 22, No. 27.

580. Kruinwa, Yugoslavia.

Burial—

Æ.

Carthaginian (Müller II, p. 92, 131–160) and

Numidian (Müller III, p. 18, 21–31), together with fragments of Aes Grave.

Disposition:

Blätter für Münzfreunde, Jhg. 69, 1934, pp. 17–32, illus.

Num. Litt.-Blatt., 1934, p. 2757.

Ksar-el-Kebir, see 37.

581. Küchük Köhne, Anatolia, 1930.

Burial—322 B. C.

28 image.

Amisus 4; Sinope 14; Tarsus 10.

Disposition: His Excellency Aziz Bey, Director of Antiquities of the Ministry of Public Instruction, Ankara.

Newell, E. T. The Küchük Köhne Hoard. (N. N. M. No. 46). New York, 1931. Plates.

582*. Kuft, Egypt, c. 1900.

Burial—310–305 B. C. (Newell).

image.

Alexander III tetradr.; Philip III; Ptolemy I tetradr. (early).

Disposition: Ashmolean Mus., Oxford, (ex Davidson Coll.).

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. N. Y., 1923, p. 10. Ms. notes in Mr. Newell's possession.

583*. Kuh-i-Taftan, Persia, 1902.

Burial—

90 image.

Seleucid: Antiochus I—III; Demetrius I Soter.

Bactria: Demetrius; Euthydemus II; Pantaleon; Antimachus Theos; Eucratides.

Disposition: E. J. Rapson; Brit. Mus. acquired 26.

Rapson, E. J. Num. Chron., 1904, pp. 311–325. Plate.

584. Kula, Croatia, 1846.

Burial—

Æ(?).

Carthage; Numidia; Egypt; with Italic barfragments.

Disposition: Vienna acq. a portion.

Bahrfeldt, M. von. Berliner Münzblätter, Jhg. XXI, 1900, p. 2863.

585*. Kulek Pass, Taurus Mts., 1902.

Burial—

73 Æ.

Caesareia Cappadociae; Imperial Greek from Alexander Severus to Gordianus III.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; from Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

Zograph, A. in Ivashchenko, M. M. The Gerzeoul treasure of coins of Caesarea, Cappadociae. Leningrad, 1931, p. 20.

586*. Kutais, E. coast Black Sea 1901–02.

Burial—

21 + Ꜹ.

Panticapaeum (like Pozzi Sale, 1150). Plaster casts in Berlin Coll.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 34 ff. and 38.

587. Kutais (near), Transcaucasia, 1909.

Burial—

10 +.

Colchian coins without inscr. with differing types of head.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient, d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 37, No. 8.

588*. Kutehra Jaswalanwala, India.

Burial—

45 image.

Menander 29 dr.

Disposition:

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 342.

589. Kutina, near Keskovac, Yugoslavia,

Burial—

100 ± image

Damastium.

Disposition: Vienna 12; Belgrade 3; remainder dispersed.

Münsterberg, R. Num. Zeit. 1925, LVIII, p. 29.

Saria, Baldwin. Num. Zeit., 1927, LX, p. 12.

Saria, Baldwin. Starinar III, ser. III, 97 ff.

Münsterberg, R. Mitt. d. Num. Gesell. in Wien. Bd. XV, 1924, p. 268.

590. Kuzdjaliysko, Bulgaria, 1931.

Burial—

51 Æ.

Maroneia 51.

Disposition: N. Rankoff (Sofia).

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1932–33, p. 424.

591. Kvirila (Shorapan, Kutais), Transcaucasia, 1907.

Burial—

image.

Several common silver Colchian coins without inscription.

Disposition: I. I. Fediai.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 37, No. 10.

592*. Kyparissia, Peloponnesus, 1892–93.

Burial—c. 327 B. C.

35 image.

Alexander III, 20 tetradr. (Amphipolis, Tarsus, Ake); Philip II, 4 tetradr.; Larissa 1; Locri Opuntii 2 hemidr.; Thebes 1; Sicyon 6; Histiaea 1 tetrob.; Boeotia 1 dr.

Disposition: Athens.

Newell, E. T. Alexander hoards: I. Kyparissia. (N. N. M. No. 3), N. Y., 1921, 21 p. 2 Plates.

593. Kyparissia, 1936.

Burial—

52 image.

Chalcis 38; Elis 7; Boeotian League 6; Locri Op. 1.

Disposition: Athens.

Archeol. Anz., 1936, p. 121.

Jour. Hell. St., LVI, 1936, p. 141.

Bull. Corr. Hell., LX, 1936, p. 454.

594. Kyra Vrysi (near Corinth), 1934.

Burial—

44 image, 149 Æ.

Corinth; Sicyon; Anactorium; Leucas; Dyrrhachium.

Disposition: Athens.

Arch. Anz., L. 1935, p. 177.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1935, p. 243.

Lacava, see 147.

595*. Lamia, Thessaly, 1902.

Burial—

112 image.

Philip II, 28 tetradr.; Alexander III, 31 tetradr. 3 dr.; Philip III, 1 tetradr.; Athens 34 tetradr.; Thebes 1 dr.; Boeotian League 7 didr.; Histiaea 5 dr.; Sicyon 1 didr.; Locri Op. 1 triob.

Disposition: Athens.

Keramopoullos, A. D. Ephemeris Archaiologike, 1903, p. 101.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes. Munich, 1923. Plate 27, Nos. 1–34.

596. Lamia, 1936.

Burial—

16 ± image.

Obols of Locri Opuntii (Babelon, Traité, Pl. ccvii, 7 and 8) 5; Sicyon (Traité, Pl. ccxxii, 6 and 7) 3; Oetaei (Hist. Num. p. 302) 3; Heraclea Trachinea (Hist. Num. p. 296) 3; Aenianes (cf. Jameson 1080) 1; Thespiae? (Traité, Pl. cciv, 37); Uncertain of Crete, (Turtle/star).

Disposition: Acq. by an American Collector.

Memorandum on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

Langaza, see 1184.

597. Langensalza, Thuringia, ante 1827.

Burial—

image.

Dyrrhachium; Corcyra; Gela? (More probably Acarnania—Achelous type); along w. Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Zweite Jahresbericht Gesellsch. Pomm. Gesch. u. Altertumsk. 1827, p. 69.

Regling, K. Zeit f. Num. XXIX, 1912, pp. 237 and 248. (Cites reference above.)

Laodicea, see 603–605.

598*. Larissa, Thessaly, 1912(?).

Burial—

75 image.

Double victoriates and Thessalian League dr. 75 (incomplete).

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. part.

Hill. G. F. Num. Chron., 1913, p. 263.

599. Larissa, (near), 1928(?).

Burial—

53 + image.

Tetradr. of Alexander III.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

600*. Larnaca, Cyprus, 1870.

Burial—(300–295 B. C.).

1000 Ꜹ.

Alexander III, Philip II—III. Staters. Many f. d. c.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and Berlin (ex Fox) acq. parts.

Lang, R. H. Num. Chron., 1871, pp. 229–234. Pl. VIII. Cf. also Num. Chron., 1903, p. 320.

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. New York, 1923, p. 10.

Sotheby Sale, June 17, 1913, pp. 11–13.

601. Larnaca (anc. Citium), 1933.

Burial—479–478 B. C.

564 image.

Citium 3; Idalium 36; Lapethus 143; Paphus 292; Salamis 50; Uncertain Cypriote 40.

Disposition: Cyprus Museum acq. 454; Br. Mus. acq. 4; Remainder dispersed to trade.

Dikaios, P., and Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1935, pp. 165–190, Pls. XIII–XVI.

Rassegna Numismatica, 1934, p. 198.

Arch. Anz., 1934, pp. 106–110, illus.

Dikaios, P. Illus. London News, 1935, p. 98, 110, illus.

B. M. Quarterly, IX, p. 50, Pl. XVI.

602*. Las Ansias, Spain, 1872.

Burial—

137 + image.

Emporiae 17. In jar with 120 Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 58 ff.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933. p. 33.

Memorial Num. Espanol, III, p. 170.

603*. Latakia, Syria, 1759.

Burial—(160–155) B. C.

100 + image.

Regling's analysis—Type of Alexander III, 46 tetradr., 3 dr. (Mints listed); Lysimachus 3; Seleucus I—III and Antiochus I—III, 17; Antiochus IV, 5 +; Ilium 1; Alabanda 2; Side (countermarked) 2; Mithradates III, 2.

Disposition: Paris.

Pellerin, J. Mélanges de médailles, 1765, I, pp. 104–140. Plates.

Lenormant, F. Numismatique des rois grecs, p. 28. Trésor de numismatique, I.

Eckhel, J. Doctrina Num., I, p. lxxxii.

Corolla Num., 1906, p. 192.

Regling, K., Zeit. für Num., 1928, p. 94.

604. Latakia, 1924.

Burial—c. 45 B. C.

70 ± image.

Laodiceia ad Mare tetradr.

Disposition: British Museum and E. T. Newell acq. parts.

Information supplied by a correspondent in Beyrouth. Cf. Num. Chron., 1925, pp. 14–17, illus.

605. Latakia, Syria, 1928–29.

Burial—

14 ± image.

Athens, archaic tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed; E. T. Newell acq. 5.

Information supplied by a correspondent in Beyrouth.

605a. Latakia (near), 1936.

Burial—

169 image.

Aradus, three denominations: 23 tetradr.; 63 dr.; 80 hemi-dr.?

Disposition:

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

606. Laurion, Attica, 1937.

Burial—

600 image.

Athens (so-called "Kuzura") tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

607*. Lecce, Italy, 1920.

Burial—c. 410 B. C.

320 + image.

Tarentum of wheel, hippocamp and oekist types (Vlasto, Nos. 13 and 53C, f. d. c.), with "horsemen" of Evans' Periods I and II (B2, E3 and L2, also f. d. c.).

Disposition:

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 71. Plate. A subsequent note from M. P. Vlasto furnished the additional data and stated that the hoard was found at Lecce.

608. Lecce, Prov. of, ante 1931.

Burial—

130 image.

Didrs., drs., diobs., and obols (Heracles type) of Tarentum. (Evans VII–VIII period?).

Disposition: Museo archeologico Castromediano.

Rasseg. Num., Anno 28, 1931, p. 170. (Further publication promised.)

609. Le Mans, France, 1848.

Burial—15 A. D.

13936 image.

Den. of Juba I, 2 varieties—number of pieces not specified, with Roman republican den.

Disposition:

Hucher, E. Catalogue raissonée des monnaies romaines trouvées dans le jardin du collège du Mans. Mans, 1849, 87 p.

Cavedoni, C. Ragguaglio storico archeologico de precipui ripostigli antichi di medaglie consolari. Modena, 1854, pp. 41–42.

610*. Lemnos, 1892.

Burial—

30 ± image.

Lycia 5th cent.

Disposition: Athens Coll. acq. 3.; Br. Mus. 5(?).

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., 1899, II, p. 299. Plate. Cf. also Num. Chron. 1895, p. 25, Pl. I—II.

611*. Lentini, Sicily, 1920.

Burial—

88 image.

Agrigentum 2 tetradr., 7 didr.; Gela 8 archaic and 1 transitional tetradr., 2 didr.; Messana 10 archaic tetradr.; Syracuse 57 tetradr. (Du Chastel, Nos. 21, 25, 33); Leontini 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Syracuse Coll. acq. part.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

612*. Leonforte, Sicily, 1895.

Burial—

68 image.

Messana 2 tetradr.; Rhegium 1 tetradr; Syracuse 6 tetradr. (transition); Selinus 1 tetradr.; Athens 3 tetradr.; Ambracia 1 st.; Camarina 1 didr., (Hipparis and Nymph Camarina); Corinth 53 pegasi (2 archaic).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

613*. Lesbos, 1892(?).

Burial—

43 + image.

Methymna archaic. Incomplete.

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 43, (B. M. C. Troas, Pl. XXXVI, 8–9. Dr. Regling suggests that these coins formed part of this hoard); Berlin; Boston.

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1893, p. 90. Plate.

Babelon E. Mélanges Numismatiques II, p. 112, note.

Babeion, E. Les Perses Achéménides. Paris, 1893, p. xxv, note.

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., XXI, 1898, p. 220.

Montagu, H. Num. Chron., 1892, p. 33. Plate.

614. Lesbos (?), 1936.

Burial—

103 image, Æ.

Lesbos, 5th-4th cent. fractional silver, base silver and bronze issues.

Disposition: British Museum.

Information supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

615*. Lesina, Dalmatia, ante 1837.

Burial—

image, Ꜹ.

Pharos image(?); Agrigentum 1 Ꜹ. A hoard?

Disposition:

Steinbüchel, A. von. Num. Jour., I, 1837, p. 168.

616. Letnitza, Bulgaria, 1922(?).

Burial—

c. 500 Æ.

Marcianopolis; Nicopolis ad Istrum.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 6.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 240 (Bulgarian text).

Leucadia, see 918.

617. Leucas(?), 1925.

Burial—

image

Staters and fractional currency of Corinth; Leucas; Anactorium; Syracuse; Uncertain mint. Probably two hoards.

Disposition: Yale University.

Bellinger, A. R. Corinthian Fractional Currency, Yale Classical Studies, Vol. II.

618. Licata, Sicily.

Burial—

87 ± image.

Pegasi 70; Athens 5; Rhegium 1; Messana l; Leontini 2; Gela 4; Syracuse 4.

Disposition : Syracuse.

Note by Mrs. G. P. Cammann.

619*. Licata, Sicily, 1900.

Burial—c. 210 B. C.

190 image.

Carthage.

Disposition: Catania dealer; 4 pieces acq. by Syracuse.

Orsi, P. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, pp. 90–91.

Cesano, L. In Trans. Num. Congress, Lond., 1936. Plate.

620. Lilybaeum, Sicily, 1922(?).

Burial—

150+ EL.

Carthage 150+ electrum staters and double-staters. Disposition: Dispersed; E. T. Newell acq. part. Information from a correspondent.

621*. Ljubuski, Bosnia.

Burial—

20 image.

Apollonia 6; Dyrrhachium 14.

Disposition :

Patsch, C. Die Lika. Bosnische Mitteil, VIII, 1902, pp. 65–69.

Locri Epizephyrii, see 423–426.

622. Lometz, Bulgaria, 1925.

Burial—

100 image.

Dr. of Alexander III (Barbaric imitations).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulg., IV, p. 324.

623*. London, Fetter Lane, 1908.

Burial—c. 283–285 A. D.

46 Æ, BILL.

Alexandria, Imperial Greek.

Disposition:

Num. Chron., 1911, pp. 357–358.

624. Loubianka, Odessa Dist.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Philip II; Alexander the Great; Lysimachus.

Disposition:

Burachkov, P. General catalogue of coins belonging to Greek colonies ... on north coast of Black Sea ... Odessa, 1884, p. 6.

Goshkiewicz, V. Klady i drievnosti chersonskoy Goubernij, Cherson, 1903, pp. 60, 71.

625. Lovetch, Bulgaria, 1916.

Burial—

239 image.

Chersonesus (Thracian 480–330 B. C.) 222; Parium 17.

Disposition: Silvestre Gheorghiff, Sofia.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1916–18, p. 163, No. 10. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 21, No. 25.

626. Lübenova-Mahala, Bulgaria.

Burial—

34 Æ.

Greek Imperial of Pautalia.

Disposition: Nova Zagora Museum.

Information supplied by Dr. Gerassimov.

Lucania, see Basilicata, 126–128.

627. Lumellogno, Italy,

Burial—

Massaliote imitations.

Disposition:

Bollettino storico della provincia di Novara, a XII p. 168.

Not. Scav., 1926, p. 262.

628*. Lunca, near Bazias, Rumania, 1912.

Burial—

51+ image.

Apollonia 3; Dyrrhachium 10. Found with 38 Roman Republican image, and 1 barbaric imitation of stater of Philip II.

Disposition:

Num. Közlöny, 1912, p. 141.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XV, 1920, p. 81, No. 86.

Lycopolis, see 89–90.

629*. Macedonia, 1827.

Burial—

200 image.

Histiaea; Macedonia (of uniform weight 2.27 grms.).

Disposition:

Leake, W. M. Num. Chron., 1855, p. 213, note.

630*. Macedonia, 1918(?).

Burial—

20+ Ꜹ.

Lysimachus st.

Disposition: J. P. Lawson acq. 18; Brit. Mus. 2.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1919, pp. 9–10. Plate.

A considerable number of these coins seen in Athens and in the trade (1923) seem to indicate that the find was much more extensive than G. F. Hill thought. (S. P. Noe.)

631. Macedonia, ante 1919.

Burial—

13+ Æ.

Bronze pieces of Philip II and Alexander III from a trench.

Disposition: British Museum.

Information supplied by E. T. Newell.

632. Macedonia, 1927(?).

Burial—

10 ± image.

Philip V tetradr.

Disposition: Boston Museum of Fine Arts acq. 1.

Brett, A. B. Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, XXVII, p. 76, illus. Naville XIV, No. 205.

632a. Macedonia (Chalcidice?), 1931.

Burial—c. 325 B. C. (Newell).

43 Æ.

Philip II, 32; Alexander III, 11 (early types).

Disposition :

Note by Sterling Dow.

633*. Macna, Arabia, ante 1878.

Burial—c. 30 A. D. Æ.

Himyaritic; imitations of Athenian "owls."

Disposition :

Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1878, p. 283. Plate.

634*. Macomer, Sardinia, c. 1890.

Burial—

300 Æ.

Carthaginian.

Disposition : Part acq. by R. Ratto.

Bornemann, V. Blätter f. Münzfr., 1900, p. 118. Plate.

635. Macrycomé, Greece, 1932.

Burial—

17 Æ.

Antigonus Gonatas II of Macedonia 3; Eurea (Thessaly) 1; Aetolian League 5; Locris 1; Corinth 1; Sicyon 1; Roman (1st cent.) 1. Hoard?

Disposition : Athens.

Bull. Corr. Hell., 1933, p. 238.

636. Madanja, Bulgaria, 1936.

Burial—

11 image.

Alexander III, 1 tetradr.; Thasos (barbaric imitations).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

637*. Maeander Valley, Asia Minor, 1895.

Burial—c. 166 B. C.Ꜹ

Philip II st. of the mints of Clazomenae, Mylasa, Magnesia, and Alabanda or Antiocheia ad Meandrum.

Disposition: British Museum.

B. M. C. Caria, p. cviii.

638. Mâglis (near Kazanlik), Bulgaria, 1933–34.

Burial—

71image.

Thasos 44 tetradr.; Lysimachus 27 tetradr.

Disposition: Sofia 1 Lysimachus.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 472.

639. Magnesia (ad Maeandrum), Asia Minor, 1933.

Burial—c. 200 B. C. 46 Æ.

Magnesia (B. M. C. Ionia, Pl. XVIII, 8), large denomination 40; small denomination 6.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. (N. N. M. No. 68). New York, 1935, pp. 43–50, Plate VI.

Magyar-Nadas, see 724.

640. Mahala, Bulgaria, 1926.

Burial—

10+ image.

Alexander III, 8 dr.; Euboea 1 dr.; Parium 1 dr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 323. (Bulgarian text).

641. Makri, Asia Minor, 1929(?).

Burial—

67 image.

Ephesus 49 tetradr.; Mausolus 12; Hidrieus 5; Cos 1.

Disposition: Acq. by Br. Mus. and Ashmolean Mus.

Num. Chron., 1930, p. 285. Full publication to follow.

642*. Malta, ante 1913.

Burial—

image.

Selinus didr. Small hoard (Incomplete).

Disposition: British Museum, 1.

Hill. G. F. Num. Chron., 1913, p. 260. Plate.

Mammanelli, see 110.

Mandali Irak, see 1081.

Mandl Coll. Find, see 27.

643*. Mangalia (Callatis), Rumania, 1900(?).

Burial—

Æ.

Callatis, with bronze weight of Callatis.

Disposition: L. Ruzicka acq. part.

Ruzicka, L. Zeit. f. Num., XXX, 1913, p. 295. Plate.

644. Mangalia, 1935.

Burial—

25 Æ.

Callatis (Pick, Die Ant. Münzen Nordgr. I, No. 224).

Disposition: Rumanian Academy.

Communication from Dr. Const. Moisil.

645. Mangalia, 1936.

Burial—c. 249 B. C. 34 Æ.

Imperial bronzes (from Septimius Severus to Philip Junior): Callatis 2; Istrus 1; Tomis 2; Dionysopolis 2; Marcianopolis 15; Odessus 2; Mesembria 9; Anchialus 1.

Disposition: Rumanian Academy, Bucharest.

Secaseanu, C. C. Universul (newspaper), July 16, 1936, and letter from Prof. Moisil.

Mansoura, see 4–5.

646*. Maraşeşti, Rumania , 1909.

Burial—

800 Ꜹ.

Philip II; Alexander III; Philip III Aridaeus; Lysimachus st. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Vienna, Berlin, Paris, acq. parts; remainder dispersed.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XI, 1914, No. 21, p. 25, No. 40.

647*. Marash, Asia Minor, 1898.

Burial—

100 image.

Athens 'staters,' 5th cent.

Disposition : Constantinople.

Am. Jour. Archaeol., 1899, p. 251, quoting S. S. Times, Nov. 26, 1898.

Num. Chron., 1900, p. 374.

648*. Marathon, Greece , 1859.

Burial—490 B. C.

5 Ꜹ

Persia 4 darics ; Lydia 1 st. of Croesus.

Disposition :

Lenormant, F. Annuaire de Num., 1873–74, p. 201.

649. Marathon, 1936.

Burial—

167 Æ.

Phocis B. M. C. 66 (52 pcs.) and 76 (56 pcs.); Locri Op. B. M. C. 54 (1), 71 (1), 77–78 (23), 79 (20); Boeotia B. M. C. 57 and 108 (14). Find intact.

Disposition : Acq. by an American Collector.

List of varieties on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

650*. Marathus, Phoenicia, 1893–94.

Burial—c. 168 B. C.

Æ.

Marathus; Aradus.

Disposition: J. Rouvier acq. part.

Rouvier, J. Jour. Asiatique, 1898, XII, p. 368.

651. Maremma Toscana, 1932(?).

Burial—

100+ image.

Etruscan image, Sambon Nos. 28, 35, 41a, 47, 50, 52, 56, 60a, 61 and 75.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from European correspondent.

652*. Marib, Arabia , c. 1920.

Burial—

Many hundreds image.

Himyarite.

Disposition: Br. Mus.; E. T. Newell acq. parts.

B. M. C. Arabia, p. lxiv, lxxii, Note 1; p. 64 ff.

Newell, E. T. Hoard of Himyaritic coins from Southern Arabia. (Typewritten Manuscript in Libr. of Amer. Num. Soc.)

See also Aksum and Abyssinia hoards.

Mariette Find, see 722.

654*. Marina de las Monjas, Iviza, 1891.

Burial—

191 Æ.

Ebusus. A pot hoard.

Disposition :

Roman y Calvet, J. Los nombres e importancia arquelogica di las islas Pythiasas. Barcelona, 1906, pp. 29, 256. Pl. xxi-xxv.

655*. Marmara, 1863.

Burial—c. 100 B. C.

70 image.

Tetradr.: Lysimachus 11; Nicomedes II–III, 8; Cyzicus 5; Athens 1 (New style); Pergamum 1 cist.

Disposition: Constantinople, M. Calvert acq. 26. Cf. Bompois Coll., Hoffman Sale, 1882, No. 1382, illus.

Waddington, W. H. Rev. Num., 1865, pp. 25–28. Plate = his Mélanges de Numismatique, Ser. II, pp. 57–60.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2213.

656. Marpurgo (near Belgrade), 1932.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

'Some hundreds' of Carthaginian gold coins.

Disposition :

Rass. Num., 1932, p. 91.

657*. Marseilles.

Burial—

127 image, Æ.

Larissa 4 image, 1 Æ; Athens; Corinth (Greek Imperial); Lacedaemon; Aphrodisias; Campania; Ptolemy; Roman Imperial. Not a hoard.

Disposition :

Clerc, M. and d'Agnel, G. A. Découvertes archéologiques à Marseille. Marseille, 1904, p. 98.

658*. Marseilles , ante 1849.

Burial—

400 Æ.

Massalia; Carthage (or Panormus). In vase with 2 Roman triens.

Disposition :

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies Gauloises. Paris, 1905. App. I, p. 544.

Rev. Num., 1849, pp. 5 and 323–324.

Rev. Archéol., VI, 1849, p. 122.

659. Marseilles , 1849(?).

Burial—

400 Æ.

Massalia.

Disposition :

Lagoy, Marquis de. Rev. Num., 1849, pp. 323–324.

660. Marseilles (Commune Saint-Marcel), 1857.

Burial—

300 ± Æ.

Æ of Massalia (wt. 11.50 gr.)

Disposition: Marseilles acq. part.

Rev. Num. Belge, 1857, pp. 318–321, Pls. XIX-XXI.

Laugier, J. Les Monnaies massaliotes du cabinet des médailles de Marseille, 1887, pp. 70–72.

661*. Martina Franca, S. Italy , 1912.

Burial—Before 215 B. C.

450+ image, Æ.

Tarentum 172 didr. (Evans Per. VII–X); Heraclea 4 dr.; Thurium 1 didr. (cf. Hirsch XXXIII, 210); Metapontum 1 dr. (cf. Hirsch XXXIII, 163) and 272 Æ.

Disposition: Hoard acq. by Canessa.

Ms. note in Libr. of Am. Num. Soc.

Hirsch sales XXXIII, Nos. 169–183; XXXIV, Nos. 49–53.

662*. Maruggio, near Taranto , 1905.

Burial—c. 380 B. C.

48 image.

Tarentum 6; Metapontum 5; Sybaris 6; Thurium 7 ; Velia 9 ; Caulonia 9 ; Croton 5 ; Sybaris and Poseidonia. Mainly small denominations, incl. "incusi."

Disposition: Taranto Museum.

Not. d. Scavi, 1906, pp. 215–217.

Rev. Num., 1907, p. 533.

Blätter f. Münzfr., 1907, p. 3658.

663. Matafus (Cape), Algiers , 1786.

Burial—

25 image.

Ptolemy, King of Mauretania, drachms. Twenty-five described by Sestini, latest dated in regnal year XIX.

Disposition :

Sestini, Domenico. Lettere, etc. della Collezione Ainslieana, V, 2d ed., 1821, p. v. ff.

664*. Mathura, Panjab, c, 1853.

Burial—

134 image.

Strato 96; with Indian coins of the Satrap Ranjubal.

Disposition: Sir A. Cunningham acq. 50; E. Thomas, the remainder.

Cunningham, Sir A. Num. Chron., 1870, p. 215.

Prinsep, J. Essays on Indian antiquities. London, 1858, II, p. 197, note.

Jour. Royal Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, 1854, pp. 690–91. Plate XXXV.

665*. Mazaron, Spain , 1861.

Burial—

90+ image.

Hispano-Carthaginian.

Disposition: Madrid and Cartagena Mus. Arqueologia acq. parts.

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, p. 77.

Zobel de Zangroniz and Mommsen. Monatsberichte K. Akad. Wissen. Berlin, 1863, pp. 248–262. Plates.

Babelon, E. Rev. Num., 1889, p. 402.

Cf. Num. Chron., 1913, p. 274.

666*. Mazin, Croatia, 1896.

Burial—89 B. C.

800+ Æ.

Syracuse (Hieron II); Caphyae Arcad.; Carthage 529; Numidia 343; Salapia; Teate; Romano-Campanian; Ptolemy VIII; Ptolemy X. Found with Aes Grave, Aes Signatum and Aes Rude.

Disposition : Agram Mus. acq. almost entire hoard. Brunsmid, J. Vjesnik Hrvatskoga Arheol. Drustva, II, 1896–7, pp. 1–42; IV, p. 81; VI, p. 167; VIII, p. 176. Illus.

Bahrfeldt, M. Derivative of the above in Berl. Münzblätter, 1900, pp. 2863, 2885 and 2898. Illus.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Num., 1901, pp. 290–293.

Haeberlin, E. J. Aes Grave., 1910, p. 16.

Mitth. Oesterr. Gesell. f. Münzen u. Medaillen Kunde, 1906, p. 14.

Patsch. Die Lika. Schriften der Balkaner Komm., I, 1900, p. 52.

Willers, H. Num. Zeit., 1904, p. 5, Note 5.

Num. Chron., 1900, p. 374.

667*. Mazzarino, Sicily , 1912.

Burial—470–460 B. C. (Orsi).

338 image.

Syracuse 61 tetradr., 3 didr., 6 dr.; Camarina 1 archaic didr.; Selinus 30 didr.; Agrigentum 21 archaic didr., 57 others; Gela 7 tetradr., 61 didr.; Himera 6 didr.; Zancle 2; Messana 6 tetradr.; Leontini 2; Rhegium 3; Acanthus 1; Athens 6 (500–450).

Disposition: Syracuse Mus. 273 pieces, bulk of find.

Orsi, P. Not. d. Scavi, 1912, pp. 454–455.

Rev. Num., 1913, p. 414.

Rassegna Num., 1913, p. 84.

668*. Megara, Greece , 1904.

Burial—

163 image.

Lysimachus 4 dr.; Alexander III, 52 dr.; Philip III, 7 dr.; Tegea Arcadiae 1.

Disposition: Athens 64.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., VIII, 1905, p. 255.

Unpublished material, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

669. Megara, 1917.

Burial—

789 image.

Philip II, 122 tetradr., 17 dr., 1 st.; Alexander III, (Müller Cl. I, III and IV) 152 tetradr., 5 didr., 17 dr.; Megara 4 didr.; Patraus 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Part acq. by Lt. Col. F. P. Cockerell, listed above.

Information received from Lt. Col. Cockerell.

670. Megara, 1935.

Burial—

169 image.

Athens 12 tetradr., 100 dr., 57 tetrob.

Disposition: Acq. by an American Collector.

Information received from Mrs. A. Baldwin Brett. Publication to follow.

671*. Melos, 1825(?).

Burial—

EL.

Coins of the same type as the Santorin find, 1821, and uncertain with the forepart of a Lion and inscrip. OΛV.

Disposition:

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1844, p. 134.

Babelon, E. Traité .. I, Part 2, p. 451. Plate.

672*. Melos, 1907.

Burial—c. 416 B. C.

77+ image

Melos. Great variety of types.

Disposition: Jameson Coll., Pozzi Coll., McClean Coll. (8).

Jameson, R. Rev. Num., 1908, pp. 301–310; 1909, pp. 188–208. Plates. Cf. also Coll. R. Jameson, I, pp. 299–303; III, Nos. 2117–2120.

Babelon, E. Traité, III, Part 2, p. 850. Plate.

Head, B. V. Hist. Num., 1911, p. 892.

Weil, R. Zeit. f. Num., 1910, p. 359. Plate.

Pozzi Coll. Sale, 1921, Nos. 2024–2039.

Milne, J. G. The Melos hoard of 1907. New York, 1934. (N. N. M. No. 62).

673*. Memphis, Egypt , ante 1917.

Burial—

39 image.

Athens, 5th cent., many punch-marked, found in Ptah-temenos.

Disposition: Brit. Museum.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1917, p. 9. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1927, p. 3, Note 2.

Mende, see 521.

674. Menshah (Ptolemais), Egypt , 1924(?).

Burial—c. 69 A. D.

1293 image, Æ.

Alexandria—all during reign of Nero.

Disposition : Alexandria.

Wainwright, G. A. Annales du service des antiquités, XXV, 1925, p. 120.

675. Meritchleri, Bulgaria , 1909.

Burial—

4 image.

Thasos 1 ; Lysimachus 1 ; Macedonia 2 tetradr. Hoard?

Disposition :

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 227. (Bulgarian text).

676. Merv (near Railway Station Bairam-Ali), 1912.

Burial—

42 image.

Sinatruces 34 dr. (some countermarked) ; Phraates III, 8 dr.

Disposition :

Masson, M. E. Izvestia of Middle Asiatic Commiss. 1928, p. 285.

677*. Mesagne, S. Italy.

Burial—

image.

Metapontum 6; Thurium 2; Velia 1; Tarentum; Anactorium (many) ; Neapolis (many) ; Campania.

Disposition: Taranto Museum.

Note by E. T. Newell in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

678. Mesembria, Bulgaria , 1921.

Burial—

500+ Æ.

Autonomous of Mesembria, 500+.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 24.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 243. (Bulgarian text.)

679*. Mesopotamia (Lower?), c. 1825.

Burial—

522 Æ.

Characene with Aramaic inscription.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. ex C. J. Rich Coll.

B. M. Cat. Arabia, p. cxcv.

680*. Mesopotamia , 191–.

Burial—240–220 B. C. (Regling).

235+ image.

Alexander III, 19 tetradr., 19 dr.; Philip III, 1 tetradr., 3 dr.; Lysimachus 3 tetradr., 2 dr.; Demetrius Poliorcetes 5 tetradr.; Eumenes I, 2 tetradr.; Seleucus I, 12 tetradr., 7 dr., 2 hemi-dr.; Antiochus I, 7 tetradr.; Antiochus II, 3 tetradr.; Seleucus II, 8 tetradr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. 79 from Gejou.

Note supplied by E. T. Newell.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1928, p. 95.

681. Mesopotamia , 1914–18.

Burial—200–175 B. C.

100 image.

Tetradr. of Lysimachus 39; Attalus I, 4; Attalus I or Eumenes II, 2; Eumenes II, 2; Antiochus I, 13; Antiochus II, 6; Antiochus III, 18; Seleucus III, 1; Alexander III, 5 tetradr., 10 dr.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 40; E. T. Newell and Sir Charles Oman acq. parts.

Allan, J. B. M. Quarterly, X, 1936, pp. 127–128, Pl. XXXVII.

Glendining Sale Cat., Aug. 1, 1934, Nos. 77–96.

List above supplied by E. S. G. Robinson.

683. Messene(?), Greece , 1922.

Burial—

31 image.

Alexander III, 31 tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Seen in Athens by S. P. Noe; list of varieties on file in Libr. of Am. Num. Soc.

684*. Messina, 1868.

Burial—

243 image.

Syracuse didr.; Corinth; Alyzia; Anactorium; Argos Amphilochicum; Corcyra; Dyrrhachium; Leucas; Locri; Thyrrheium.

Disposition: L. Walcher de Molthein.

Molthein, L. W. de. Catalogue de la collection de médailles grecques. Paris, 1895, p. 48.

685*. Messina, 1875.

Burial—c. 494 (Babelon).

35 image.

Athens 20 archaic tetradr.; Acanthus 4; Rhegium 4; Messana 4; Samos 4.

Disposition: Berlin Coll. acq. 2 Samos and others(?) through G. Sambon.

Babelon, E. Mélanges de Num., Vol. 3, pp. 41–48. Plate = Rev. Num., 1894, p. 278.

Dodd, C. H. Jour. Hellen. Stud., Vol. 28, p. 68.

Sallet, A. von. Zeit. f. Num., III, 1876, p. 135; V, 1878, p. 103. Plate.

Hirsch Sale XIV, 1905, No. 531 (possibly others). Plate.

Head, B. V. Hist. Num., 1911, p. 153.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1928, pp. 128–9.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 643.

686*. Messina, 1895.

Burial—c. 493 B. C.

186 image.

Zancle 156; Naxos 30.

Disposition : Dispersed.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1896, pp. 101–107. Plate.

Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part 2, p. 1486. Plate.

Benson, E. Ancient Greek coins. Part XV, 1905, p. 6. Plate = Am. Jour. Num., Vol. 39, p. 95.

Hill, G. F. Handbook of Greek and Roman coins. London, 1899, p. 218.

Jameson Cat. No. 638.

Benson Sale, Nos. 224 and 228 (ex Evans Sale 1898, Nos. 61–62).

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 638.

Syll. Num. Graec. II, Nos. 1073, 1074.

Num. Chron., 1900, pp. 5–6.

687*. Messorea, Cyprus , 1896.

Burial—

5 image.

Kings of Cyprus: Lysandros; Epipalos; Pnytagoras 2 didr.

Disposition: E. H. Hore of Larnaca.

Perdrizet, P. Rev. Num., 1898, pp. 207–208.

688*. Metaponto, Lucania, 1881.

Burial—

150 image.

Metapontum bulk of find; Caulonia; Thurium; Tarentum; Poseidonia, Corinthian pegasi. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Pignatelli acq. 52; remainder dispersed.

Helbig, W. Bull. dell'Inst., 1882, p. 223.

689. Metaponto, 1935(?).

Burial—

179 image.

Tarentum (IV-II cent. B. C.), 179 didr.

Disposition: Reggio.

Rassegna Numismatica, XXXII, 1935, p. 406.

690. Metchca, Bulgaria , 1929.

Burial—

30+ image.

Philip II, 29 tetradr.; Alexander III, 1 tetradr. Barbaric imitations.

Disposition : Sofia.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VI, 1929–30, p. 314. (Bulgarian text.)

691*. Metsobon, Epirus, 1913.

Burial—

25 image.

Philip V, 1; Perseus 2 tetradr., 1 tetrob.; Epirote Republic 5; Rhodes 16. Bought from peasants.

Disposition: Athens Coll.

Unpublished, Athens Nat. Num. Mus.

692*. Miccaba, Malta, 1923.

Burial—

300+ Æ.

Carthaginian (Persephone, rev. horse).

Disposition: Valletta Museum.

Am. Jour. Archaeol., 1923, p. 342.

The Antiquaries Journal, III, 1923, pp. 157–158, Illus.

693. Middels Oosterloog (Hannover), 1892.

Burial—

80 image.

Lycian dr. of Domitian 1 ; Rom. denarii before Marcus Aurelius.

Disposition :

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXIX, 1912, pp. 207–215.

694. Mihalitch, Prov. Brussa, Asia Minor, 1929.

Burial—After 76 B. C.(?).

271 image.

Cistophori of Pergamum 114; Ephesus 17; Nysa 2; Tralles 90; Apameia Phryg. 47; Laodiceia 1.

Disposition : Constantinople.

Regling, K. Frankfurter Münzzeitung, 1932, pp. 506–510.

695*. Miletopolis(?), Mysia.

Burial—

8 + image.

Persian sigloi, punchmarked.

Disposition: E. S. G. Robinson acq. 6; Brit. Mus., 2.

Hill, G. F. Jour. Hellen. Stud., 1919, p. 124.

696. Milocca (Cattanisetta), Sicily.

Burial—406 B. C.

136 Æ.

Syracuse 19; Himera 1; Agrigentum 116; with amorphous bronze.

Disposition: Palermo Museum.

Orsi, P. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., VII, 1932, pp. 38–46, illus.

697*. Mineo, Sicily , 1905.

Burial—c. 295 B. C.

500 image.

Syracuse, archaic tetradr.; Agathocles 19; Gela 1; Siculo-Punic 28; Athens 4 tetradr. (ante 430 B. C.); Corinth 3 pegasi.

Disposition: 55 secured by local authorities.

Not. d. Scavi, 1905, pp. 438–439.

Rev. Num., 1906, p. 348.

Arch. Anz., 1906, p. 108.

698. Mocsolad, Hungary, 1900.

Burial—

c. 1300 image.

Caesareia Cappadociae 2 dr. with Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Gohl, E. Num. Közlöny 1905, p. 75.

699. Modena, (San Cesario), before 1834.

Burial—

6 image, 2 Æ.

Rome 1 semissus, 1 victoriatus; Ariminum 1 Æ;Massalia 1 dr., 4 obols.

Disposition :

Cavedoni, C. Bull. dell'Inst. Corr. Arch., 1834, pp. 199–200.

700. Mogente, Spain, 1910.

Burial—

147+ image.

Hispano-Carthaginian 116; Ebusus 2; one half-Victoriatus; Emporiae 29; Amorphous silver.

Disposition :

Gestoso y Acosta, Louis. Boletin de la real Academia de la Historia, LVI, 1910, p. 462.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933, pp. 33–34.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. p. 51.

701*. Monacizzo, Calabria, 1908.

Burial—

68 Ꜹ, image.

image didr.: Metapontum 5; Heraclea 1; Velia 1; Thurium 1; Terina 1; Tarentum 56; Poseidonia 1 Ꜹ: Tarentum 1 st., 1 half-st.

Disposition: Taranto.

Rev. Num., 1908, p. 565.

Boll. d'Arte del Ministero P. Istruzione, II, 1908, p. 316.

Quagliati, Q. Atti e. Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., VI, 1930, p. 46 f. Plate.

702*. Monaco.

Burial—

21 Æ.

Carthaginian 19; Neapolis Campaniae 2.

Disposition :

Blanchet, A. Traité de monnaies Gauloises, 1905, p. 181.

Bull. Soc. Antiq. de France, 1880, p. 114; 1895, p. 159.

703*. Mongo near Denia, Alicante, Spain , 1891.

Burial—

17 image.

Corinth; Messana; Leontini; Selinus; Carthage; Syracuse; Massalia; Emporiae. A pot hoard.

Disposition :

Chabas, R. El Archivo V, 1891, p. 59.

Hübner, A. Monumentae linguae Ibericae, p. 212.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934. p. 51.

Monte Calogero, see 1092.

704*. Monteparano, near Taranto, 1905.

Burial—After 314 B. C.

313Ꜹ, image.

Tarentum 13 Ꜹ (10—Evans V, 9; 1—Evans V, 4; 1—Evans V, 2; half-st. B. M. C. 16, 1), many didr. (Evans V); Metapontum 1 tetradr.; Thurium 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Taranto Mus. acq. 1 Ꜹ of Tarentum.

Jameson Coll., 1913, I, p. 38, Nos. 148 and 159.

Vlasto, M. P. Num. Chron., 1930, p. 141, Note 42.

705*. Morcone, Italy , 1905.

Burial—

image

Velia didr.; Neapolis Campaniae.

Disposition :

Not. d. Scavi, 1905, pp. 193–194.

Rassegna Num., 1905, p. 89.

Rassegna d'Arte, Nov. 1905 (cover).

706*. Morella, Spain , 1862.

Burial—

7+ image.

Massalia; Emporiae. Similar to Auriol find.

Disposition :

Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part 2, p. 1581.

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, p. 38.

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas de España. Sevilla, 1876, III, pp. 175, 179, 194.

Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a lesdracmes. Barcelona, 1934, p. 50.

707*. Morino, Basilicata, 1860(?).

Burial—

300 Æ.

Arpi; Neapolis Campaniae; Compulteria; Cales; Suessa; Aesernia; Teanum; Aquinum; Cosa; Romano-Campanian and Roman Repub.

Disposition :

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique, 1870, p. 33.

Bahrfeldt, M. Riv. Ital. Num., 1900, pp. 79–81.

Garrucci, P. Bull. dell'Inst., 1860, p. 132.

Mommsen, (Blacas). Hist, de la monnaie romaine, I, p. 166, Note.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1907, p. 364.

708. Morter (near Sebenico), Jugoslavia, ante 1919.

Burial—

15 Æ.

Heraclea Illyricae 15.

Disposition: Zara Museum.

Stockert, K. Num. Zeit., LII, 1919, p. 127.

709. Morzian (Plovdiv), Bulgaria , 1933–34.

Burial—

106 image.

Thasos and Athens (Period II) 106 tetradr.

Disposition : Dispersed.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 471.

710*. Mossul, Iraq, before 1865.

Burial—after 305 B.C. (Newell).

88 image.

Alexander III tetradr.

Disposition :

Wiener Num. Monatshefte, I, 1865, pp. 98–99.

711*. Mossul, 1917(?).

Burial—c. 200 B. C. (Newell).

80 ± image.

Alexander III, 2 tetradr., 35 dr.; Lysimachus 22 tetradr., 1 dr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Note by E. T. Newell.

712. Mottola, Italy , 1926.

Burial—

96 image.

Tarentum didr. (Evans, Per. VIII, 272–235 B. C.)

Disposition: Taranto.

Quagliati, Q. Atti e Mem. Ist. Ital. Num., VI, p. 73 f. Plate.

713. Mt. Kouroubash (near Theodosia), Crimea , 1927.

Burial—

136 Æ.

Thothorses 28; Rhadamsades 9; Rhaescuporis VII, 96; Unidentified, 3.

Disposition :

Communicated by W. Mouraliewicz, Moscow Historical Museum.

Note by A. Zograph.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 285.

714. Mt. Ophel, Palestine , 1927(?).

Burial—c. 95 B. C. 319 Æ.

Jewish of John Hyrcanus I (135–104 B. C.) 4; Uncertain king (probably John Hyrcanus I) 4; Alex. Jannaeus (103–76 B. C.) 303; types obliterated 8.

Disposition: Palestine Explorat. Fund.

Lambert, Charles. Palestine Explorat. Fund Quar. Statement, 1927, pp. 184–188.

Palestine Explorat. Fund Annual, 1927, pp. 103–105.

715. Mugan River-bank, Djavad Distr., Baku, 1910.

Burial—

16 image.

Drachms of Mithradates II (5 of B. M. C. Pl. VII, 6; one of Pl. VIII, 2); Phraates IV (3 of B. M. C. Pl. XX, 4–6; 7 of P1. XXII, 10).

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 40, No. 30.

Vasmer, R. R. Communications of State Acad. of Hist. of Material Culture, II, 1929, p. 282.

Mühlenbacher Stühl, see 934.

Muntsel, see 449.

716*. Mycenae , 1895..

Burial—c. 280–260 B. C. (Newell).

3786 image.

Argos Argolidis 3354; Corinth 296; Phlius 133; Leucas 1; Ptolemy Soter I, 2.

Disposition:

Lambropoulos, A. Ephemeris Archaeol., III, 1896, p. 137. Plates.

Homolle, T. Comptes Rendus de I'Acad. Inscr., 1897, pp. 49–50. Rev. Num., 1898, p. 127.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1895, p. 407.

Myconos, see 320.

717*. Myonia, Mt. Parnassus , 1899.

Burial—

image, Æ.

Delphi didr.; Athens; Cassander; Aetolian League.

Disposition: Athens.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat., II, 1899, p. 297. Plate.

Regling, K. Klio, VI, p. 505, note 2.

Rhein. Mus., 1905, p. 350.

718*. Myron, near Karditsa, Greece , 1914.

Burial—(After 338 B. C.).

1647+ image.

Tanagra 12; Haliartus 6; Orchomenus 13; Pharae 3; Thebes 1044; Aegina 326; Argos 1; Sicyon 191.

Disposition: Athens acq. 1596.

Svoronos, J. N. Arch. Deltion, 1915, p. 87; 1917, pp. 278–335. Plates.

Am. Jour. Archaeol. 1920, p. 292.

Rassegna Num., 1914, p. 135.

Nuova Antologia, Oct. 1914.

Newell, E. T. Alexander Hoards: Andritsaena. (N. N. M. No. 21) New York, 1923, p. 36.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2089.

719. Mytilene, 1825(?).

Burial—

c. 400 Æ.

Greek imperial of Antoninus Pius to Gallienus from Mytilene, Methymna, Eresus, Ionia, Aeolis and Mysia. A hoard(?).

Disposition: H. P. Borrell acq. portion.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1845, p. 60.

720*. Mytilene, c. 1850.

Burial—

7+ image.

Lesbian billon (B. M. C. Troas, Pl. XXX, 4 and 20).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Sotheby Sale, Fox Coll., July 31, 1852, p. 11, Nos. 100–105.

721. Mytilene(?), ante 1909.

Burial—After c. 250 B. C.

179 Æ.

Mytilene 179.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Five Greek bronze coin hoards. New York, 1935. (N. N. M. No. 68) pp. 34–42, Pls. III-V.

721a. Mytilene, 1937.

Burial—

300 ± image, Æ.

Mytilene (350–250 B. C.) 4 ± image, 132 ± Æ; Methymna (Athena/Lyre) 2 image.

Disposition: Private possession, Athens.

Information received from an Athenian correspondent.

722*. Myt-Rahineh, Egypt , 1860.

Burial—6th cent. B. C.

23 image.

"Lete"; Aegina; Corinth 4; Naxos 2; Phocaea 2; Chios; Cos; Cyprus; Dicaea; Cyrenaica 2; Debatable attr. 8 (incl. Dicaea; Julis?, Thraco-Maced. Bee, Calf etc.); 75 kilogr. image ingots. The identifications are Dressel's.

Disposition : Alexandria.

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., 1900, p. 254.

Longpérier, A. de. Oeuvres, II, 1883, p. 514. Plate = Rev. Num., 1861, p. 414.

Regling, K. Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 976.

723*. Myt-Rahineh, 1919–20.

Burial—

38 Ꜹ.

Egypt (hieroglyphic legend).

Disposition: J Khaouam, Cairo.

Chassinat, E. Les trouvailles de monnaies égyptiennes à la légende hiéroglyphique. In Recueil de Trav. relatifs à la Philol. et à l'Archéol. égypt., 1923, t. 40, pp. 131–157. Plate.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1926, pp. 132–133.

Cat. R. Jameson, No. 2618.

Nabloos, see 727.

724*. Nadaselul-Unguresc, Rumania , 1846.

Burial—

11 image.

Dyrrhachium.

Disposition :

Seidl, J. G. Archiv. f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, IX, 1853, p. 165.

Oesterr. Blätter f. Litt. u. Kunst, 1846, p. 1058.

725*. Nahr-Ibrahim, Phoenicia, 1874.

Burial—60 B. C.

200+ image.

Aradus tetradr.

Disposition: H. C. Reichhardt acq. 150. Reichhardt, H. C. Num. Zeit., VIII, 1876, p. 385.

726. Naples, Italy, 1931.

Burial—c. 213 B. C.

147 image.

Romano-Campanian (including 79 quadrigati); Neapolis 40+ didr. ; Cales 5 didr. Varieties identified.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 51 quadrigati; Ravel acq. part.

Le Gentilhomme, P. Revue numismatique, 4th ser., XXXVII, 1934, pp. 4–5.

727*. Naplus, Palestine , 1891 (?).

Burial—c. 125 B. C.

400 image.

Tyre (auton.), 1 tetradr., 1 didr.; Antiochus VII (Tyre), 14 tetradr., 1 didr.; Demetrius II (Tyre), 11 tetradr., 4 didr., 1 dr.; Ptolemy II (Tyre), 1 tetradr., 2 Ptolemaic tetradr.; Sidon 3 octodr. (intrusion?).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Hamburger, L. Zeit. f. Num., 1892, p. 329, note.

Hamburger Sale, June 13, 1892, Nos. 2105–14.

728. Naro, Sicily , 1925 (?).

Burial—

88 image.

Syracuse 26 decadrachms, 60 tetradr.; Agrigentum 2 decadrachms.

Disposition :

Orsi, P. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., VII, 1932, p. 38.

Bernhart, Max. Numismatik, I, 1932, p. 12. Illus. of decadrachms of Agrigentum on pp. 12, 34, 35.

Syll. Num. Graec., II, No. 817.

729*. Naukratis, Egypt , 1880(?).

Burial—c. 439 B. C.

15 image.

Syracuse (500–480); Athens 6 tetradr. (500–430); Aegina; Samos; Chios; Lycia; Mallus; Cyrene (B. M. C. Cyrene Pl. II, 21). Found with 42 oz. of lump silver. Known as Silversmith's hoard.

Disposition :

Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1886, pp. 1–18. Plate = Egypt. Expl. Fund. Memoirs, III, p. 63.

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., XXII, 1900, p. 258.

730*. Naukratis, 1905 (?).

Burial—

84 image.

Tetradr. of Athens 70; Leontini 1; Messana 1; Syracuse 1 ; Acanthus 2 ; Cyrene 3 ; Barce 1 tetradr., 1 dr.; Euesperides 1 dr.; staters of Elis 1, Aegina 1.

Disposition: N. Langton acq. 2 tetradr.

Rassegna Num., 1905, p. 53. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. für Num., 1927, p. 4.

Eddé, J. Boll. di Num., 1905, p. 129.

Num. Chron., 1906, Proc. R. Num. Soc., p. 14.

731. Naupactus (Lepanto), Greece , 1910(?).

Burial—

2+ image.

Aetolia 2 tetradr., and "others of same type."

Disposition: M. Kambanis acq. 2.

Jour. Internat. Num., XIII, 1911, p. 192.

732. Naupactus, 1936.

Burial—c. 460 B. C.

10 ± image.

Elis (Seltman Class I) 10 st. Part of an unrecorded hoard found in a box walled up in a house and rediscovered during its demolition.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

733. Naxos, Insula, 1927(?).

Burial—

72 image, 2 Æ.

Athens (New style) 31; Naxos 18 (of which 15 are countermarked) ; Rhodes 21; Andros(?) 2 Æ.

Disposition : Athens.

Oikonomos, George P. Praktika de l'Academie d'Athènes, 3, 1928, pp. 25–33, illus. Further publication announced.

Naxos, see 932.

734. Nazodelavu, Zugdid, Kutais, Transcaucasia , 1897.

Burial—

image.

Roman Consular 23; Octavius Augustus 1; Archelaus 1.

Disposition: Museum of the Historical Society of Odessa.

Otchet Imp. Arch. Comm. 1897, pp. 66 and 175.

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926. p. 40, No. 29.

735*. Nea-Cassandra, Macedonia, 1897.

Burial—

46 image, Æ.

Mende; Potidaea; Scione; uncertain of Macedonia.

Disposition: H. Weber acq. 23.

Weber, H. Num. Chron., 1898, pp. 251–258. Plate. (Also illustrated in The Weber Coll. Cat. V. 2).

Neapolis Macedoniae, see 541.

736. Nehavend, Iran , 1935.

Burial—

15 Æ.

Mithradates I, 1; Mithradates II, 14.

Disposition: R. H. McDowell.

Communication from R. H. McDowell.

737. Nehavend, 1935.

Burial—

10 Æ.

Mithradates II, 10.

Disposition: R. H. McDowell.

Communication from R. H. McDowell.

738. Nevrokopsko (Nicopolis) Bulgaria , 1931.

Burial—

160 image.

Histiaea 160.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1932–33, p. 423.

739. Nevrokopsko, 1931.

Burial—

48 image.

Athens 32; Alexander III, 9 tetradr., 7 dr.

Disposition :

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1932–33, p. 423.

740*. Nice, France , 1881.

Burial—

30 image.

Histiaea tetrob.

Disposition: A. Blanchet acq. 2.

Blanchet, A. Rev. Belge, 1913, p. 305.

Blanchet, A. Traité des Monnaies Gauloises, p. 181.

Rev. Num., 1896, p. 131.

Nicopolis, see 738–739.

Nicosia, see 600–601.

741. Niffer, Mesopotamia 1890(?).

Burial—

2 image

Alexander the Great 2 decadrachms.

Disposition :

Note by E. S. G. Robinson.

Cf. also B. M. decadr. in following literature:

Gardner, P. Num. Chron., 1887, p. 177 f.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1927, p. 204, Pl. XI, 58.

B. M. Quart., No. 2, 1926, p. 36 f.

742. Nikolaevo (Plevna), Bulgaria, 1934.

Burial—

40 image,

Thasos 40 tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 468.

743. Nineveh, 1929–30.

Burial—

385 image

Antioch (47–20 B. C.) 121 tetradr., 1 halved Æ; Roman provincial of Antioch and Tyre 29 tetradr.; Caesareia Cappadociae 3 didr.; Parthia 92 dr.; Roman imp. den. 142.

Disposition: Br. Mus. 154; Birmingham Art Gallery 17; Charles Hyde 25; returned to Baghdad 196.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1931, p. 160.

744*. Noto, Sicily, 1852(?).

Burial—

image.

Syracuse (Philistis and Gelon; Evans says Hieron); Ptolemies(?).

Disposition: Sold in Naples.

Romano, G. Sopra alcune monete scoverte in Sicilia. Parigi, 1862, p. 52.

Evans, A. J. Syracusan medallions and their engravers. Num. Chron., 1891, p. 374.

Noto, 1908, see 409.

745*. Noto, 1916.

Burial—

image.

Pegasi of Corinth and Colonies; Syracuse (Agathocles) tetradr. Hoard came to light as result of a washout.

Disposition: Syracuse Mus. acq. small part.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

746. Novara, Italy, 1889.

Burial—

6 Kgr. image.

Massaliote.

Disposition: Museo di Como and Dott. Garovaglio of Lovena acq. portions.

Ferrero. Mem. d. R. Accad. d. Scienze di Torino, Ser. II, XLI, a. 1891, pp. 129, 383–384.

747. Novozagorsko, Bulgaria, 1931.

Burial—

c. 120 image.

Thasos of Celtic type 120 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VII, 1932–33, p. 424.

748*. Nymphi(?), near Smyrna, 1860.

Burial—

8 image, 2 EL.

Lydia: El. 1 hecte, 1 trité; image 2 sigloi, 3 ob., 3 tetrob. of Croesus.

Disposition: F. Lenormant.

Lenormant, F. Annuaire de Num., 1873–74, p. 196.

Nymphi, 1912(?) see 991.

749. Ognina, Sicily, 1923.

Burial—396 B. C.

309 image, Æ.

Athens 5 tetradr.; Rhegium 6 tetradr.; Agrigentum 19 didr., 7 tetradr.; Camarina 4 tetradr.; Catana 2 didr., 20 tetradr.; Gela 12 didr., 27 tetradr.; Himera 1 tetradr.; Leontini 13 tetradr.; Messana 49 tetradr.; Motya 1 didr.; Naxos 1 didr., 1 tetradr.; Segesta 28 didr.; Selinus 8 tetradr.; Syracuse 97 tetradr.; Siculo-Punic 1 tetradr.; Corinth 5 staters.

Disposition:

Columba, G. M. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. di Num., V, 1925, pp. 1 ff. Plate.

750. Olbia, 1905.

Burial—

108 Æ.

Olbia (type of Pick: Münzen Nordgriechenlands, VIII, 3), 108.

Disposition:

Bertier-de-la-Garde, A. L. Numiz. Svornik, I, p. 90.

751. Olbia, 1907.

Burial—c. 300–290 B. C.

278 Æ.

Olbia (Type of Pick: Münzen Nordgriechenlands, IX, 10, 11) 278. Found in excavations by Prof. Pharmakovsky.

Disposition:

Goloubtzov, V. Izvestia of the Arch. Commiss., LI, pp. 90 ff., Pls. XV-XXVI.

752*. Olbia.

Burial—

image.

Three finds. olbia(?) or Irano-Scythian coins of the late 5th cent. inscribed EMINAKO. In one find 16 coins in a pot. To date, finds of these coins have occurred nowhere else.

Disposition:

Minns, E. H. Scythians and Greeks. Cambridge, 1914, p. 487.

Hist. Num., p. 283.

Zeit. f. Num., III, Pl. II, No. 4.

Oreshnikov, A. Cat. Moscow Univ. coins, p. 15, Pl. I, 9.

Bertier-de-la-Garde, A. L. Numizmaticheskii Svornik (Moscow Num. Soc.), I, p. 58, Note 2; II, p. 62, No. 2 and p. 127, Note 2.

Transactions Odessa Soc., XXV. Minutes, p. 54.

Hill, G. F. Num. Chron., 1926, p. 117.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2536.

753*. Olympia, 1861.

Burial—

50 image.

Aegina 12; Elis 10 +. Pot hoard.

Disposition: Lambros; Berlin 1 Elis

Sotheby Sale, Merlin Coll., 1861, p. 16, Nos. 80–89.

754*. Olympia, 1923.

Burial—250–225 B. C.

82 image.

Elis 6 st., 19 hemidr., 6 dr.; Sicyon 2 st.; Aegina 3 st., 2 dr.; Athens 3 tetradr.; Chalcis 8 dr.; Thebes 1; Boeotian League 2; Dionysias or Delium 1; Opuntian Locrians 1; Alexander III, 20; Philip III, 1; Lysimachus 1 tetradr.; Ptolemy I, 2 tetradr.; Ptolemy II, 4 tetradr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. Alexander hoards. IV. Olympia. (N. N. M. No. 39), New York, 1929. Plates.

755. Olynthus (I), 1928.

Burial—479 B. C. (Clement).

11 image.

Terone 6 tetradr., 3 fractions; Sermyle 1 tetradr., 1 obol.

Disposition: Athens.

Robinson, D. M. Excavations at Olynthus, Part III. The coins found at Olynthus in 1928. Baltimore, 1931. pp. 8–12, Pl. I.

756. Olynthus (II), 1928.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

35 image.

Perdiccas II(?) 7 tetrobols; Chalcidic League

27 tetrobols, 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Robinson, D. M. Excavations at Olynthus, III. The coins found at Olynthus in 1928. Baltimore, 1931. pp. 12–21, Pls. 2–3 and 27–28.

757. Olynthus (III), 1931.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

63 image.

Chalcidic League 4 tetradr., 46 tetrobols; Aeneia 1 tetrobol; Olynthus 1 tetrobol; Scione 1 tetrobol; Perdiccas II, 10 tetrobols.

Disposition: Athens.

Robinson, D. M. Excavations at Olynthus, VI. The coins found at Olynthus in 1931. Baltimore, 1933. pp. 12–13, Pls. I-IV.

News article in N. Y. Times, Oct. 11, 1931.

Robinson, D. M. Illus. London News, Jan. 23, 1932, p. 118.

758. Olynthus (IV), 1931.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

34 image.

Chalcidic League 33 tetradr.; Acanthus 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Robinson, D. M. Excavations at Olynthus, VI. The coins found at Olynthus in 1931. Baltimore, 1933. pp. 12–13. Pls. I-IV.

News article in N. Y. Times, Oct. 11, 1931.

Robinson, D. M. Illus. London News, Jan. 23, 1932, p. 118.

759. Olynthus (V), 1931.

Burial—421 B. C. (Clement).

19 image.

Tetrobols of: Acanthus 12; Perdiccas II, 3; Athens 1; Chalcidic League 3.

Disposition: Athens.

Robinson, D. M. Excavations at Olynthus, VI. The coins found at Olynthus, in 1931. Baltimore, 1933. pp. 13–14, Pls. V-IX.

Robinson, D. M. Illus. London News, Jan. 23, 1932, p. 118.

760. Olynthus (VI), 1934.

Burial—379 B. C. (Clement).

9 image.

Chalcidic League 2 tetradr., 7 tetrob.

Disposition: Athens.

Am. Jour. Archeol., XXXIX, 1935, p. 244.

761. Olynthus (VII), 1934.

Burial—379 B. C. (Clement).

9 image.

Chalcidic League 7 tetrob.; Perdiccas II, 1; Terone 1.

Disposition: Athens.

Am. Jour. Archeol., XXXIX, 1935. p. 244.

762. Olynthus (VIII), 1934.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

75 image.

Chalcidic League 53 tetrob.; Terone 3 tetrob.; Scione 2 tetrob.; Olynthus 2 tetrob.; Acanthus 4 tetrob.; Perdiccus II, 11.

Disposition: Athens.

Arch. Anz., 1934, p. 506.

Am. Jour. Archeol., XXXIX, 1935, p. 244.

763. Olynthus (IX), 1931.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

46 ± image.

Tetradr. of: Amphipolis 1; Acanthus 2; Chalcidic League 43 +.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information furnished Dr. Clement by a European correspondent.

764. Olynthus (X), 1934.

Burial—348 B. C. (Clement).

82 ± image.

Chalcidic League 22(?) tetradr., 60(?) tetrob. (possibly not all League issues).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Found by clandestine digger near Villa of Good Fortune. Information furnished Dr. Clement by a European correspondent.

765. Olynthus (XI), 1931.

Burial—

10 Æ.

Amyntas III; Philip II; Larissa; Lamia.

Disposition: Athens.

To be published. Information supplied by Dr. Paul Clement.

766. Olynthus (XII), 1934.

Burial—348(?) B. C. (Clement).

34 Æ.

Acanthus 2; Scione 2; Potidaea 5; Chalcidic League (3 varieties) 25.

Disposition: Athens.

To be published; information supplied by Dr. Paul Clement.

767. Olynthus (XIII), 1934.

Burial—348(?) B. C. (Clement).

12 Æ.

Amyntas III; Perdiccas III; Bottiaeans; Chalcidic League.

Disposition: Athens.

To be published; information supplied by Dr. Paul Clement.

768. Opaca (Popovsk), Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

50 + Æ.

Nicopolis; Hadrianopolis; Anchialus; Marcianopolis; Tomis.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII 1934, p. 470.

769*. Orchomenus, Boeotia, 1920.

Burial—324–322 B. C.

133 image.

Olympia 10 st.; Sicyon 15 ob.; Phocis; Orchomenos; Coroneia(?); Thebes; Plataea.

Disposition: Dr. A. Petsalis of Athens acq. part.

Seltman, C. T. Temple coins of Olympia. Cambridge, 1921, p. 111.

770. Orekhovo (Stanimashko), Bulgaria, 1933–34.

Burial—

34 + Æ.

Pautalia (Caracalla) 1; Amphipolis 1; Julia Domna 1; Gallienus 4; Claudius Gothicus 3; Aurelian 1; Severinus 1; Probus 4; Diocletian 1; Justinian 1; Uncertain, 13.

Disposition: Sofia.

Gerassimov, T. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 471.

771*. Oreus, Euboea, 1902.

Burial—c. 173 B. C. (Mamroth).

c. 1300 image.

Philip V, 13 didr., 11 dr.; Perseus 11; Alexander III, 1 tetradr.; Lysimachus 1 dr.; Histiaea 8; Aetolian League 2; Larissa 1; Chalcis; Achaean League 3 triob.; Rhodes 595 dr.

Disposition: Athens acq. 125.

Svoronos, J. N. Jour. Internat. Arch. Num., V, 1902, pp. 318–328. Plate.

Rev. Suisse, 1904–05, XII, p. 274.

Wochenschrift f. Klass. Philol., 1903, No. 36, p. 988.

Der Numismatiker, 1903, p. 70.

Mamroth, A. Zeit f. Num., XXXVIII, 1928, p. 6, Note 2.

772*. Oria, Calabria, 1884.

Burial—c. 300–281 B. C.

200 + image.

Metapontum didr. and 2 worn tetradr.; Tarentum didr.; Heraclea; Thurium; Croton. 200 coins examined by A. J. Evans.

Disposition:

Evans, A. J. The Horsemen of Tarentum. Num. Chron., 1889, pp. 126–127. Plates.

Syll. Num. Graec., II, No. 199.

773*. Orochák (near Saladinovo), Thrace, 1895.

Burial—

15 Æ.

Alexander III, 1; Philip III, 1; Imperial Greek—Domna to Philippus—of Deultum 8; Hadrianopolis 1; Pautalia 1; Serdica 2; Trajanopolis 1.

Disposition:

Bull. Corr. Hellen., XXI, 1897, p. 121.

774. Orrestano, Sardinia, 1925(?).

Burial—

110 + Ꜹ, EL.

Carthage.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 17; also casts of remainder.

Confidential letter listing hoard on file Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

775. Orrestano (?), 1935(?).

Burial—

15 ± Ꜹ.

Carthage.

Disposition: 15 coin rubbings in British Museum.

Communication from E. S. G. Robinson.

775a. Osiek, Yugoslavia, 1921.

Burial—

2500 + image.

Lycian dr. of Domitian and Trajan 3; Caesareia Cappadociae (Nero) 1 dr.; Roman republican 51 + den.; Roman imperial 1235 +.

Disposition:

Wruck, W. Deutsche Münzblätter, Jhg. 57, 1937, p, 289–293.

776*. Ostrov, Macedonia, 1903.

Burial—

178 image.

Thasos 89; found with Roman Repub. denarii in vase.

Disposition: Bucharest.

Blätter f. Münzfr., 1903, p. 2943, quoting Rumanischer Lloyd, Bukarest, March 17, 1903.

Bull. Internat., II, 1903, p. 64, same quotation.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XVII, 1922, p. 58, No. 91.

777*. Ougri, Achaea, near Alissos, 1892–93.

Burial—after 321 B. C.

9 Ꜹ, image.

Philip II, 1 Ꜹ st.; Alexander III, 1 Ꜹ st., 4 tetradr., 1 of Ake, year 25; Athens 2 tetradr.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens.

Cf. Svoronos, J. N. Les Monn. d'Athènes, Munich, 1923. Plate 27, Nos. 35–36.

778*. Oxus, 1877(?).

Burial—

1500 Ꜹ, image.

Alexander III, 100 tetradr., 100 dr.; Antiochus I—III; Diodotus; Pixodarus; Andragoras; Tiribazus; Pharnabazus; Tiridames (=Datames); Pharaspis ( = Vahsuvar?); Seleucus I; Acanthus; Aspendus; Athens; Celenderis; Byzantium; Tarsus; Persia; Uncertain. Found with rich treasure of gold and silver. Dr. Regling considers this two distinct hoards, the first consisting of the coins of Pixodarus, Aspendus and Celenderis.

Disposition: Greater part dispersed; Br. Museum; A. Cunningham; A. Grant.

Cunningham, Sir A. Jour. R. Asiatic Soc., Bengal, 1881, L, pp. 151–186. Plate.

Dalton, O. M. Treasure of the Oxus ... London, 1905, pp. 5–6; 2d ed., 1926, p. XVI, etc.

Gardner, P. Num. Chron., 1879, pp. 1–12, and 1881, p. 12.

Hill, G. F. Andragora. Atti dell'Ist. Ital. Num., III, fasc. 2, 1919, pp. 23–33. Plate.

Minns, E. H. Scythians and Greeks ... Cambridge, 1913, p. 254.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1928, p. 96.

779*. Pachino, Sicily, 1921.

Burial—

250 + Ꜹ, EL, 100 image.

Noted by Orsi: Syracuse Ꜹ: (Agathocles) with Fulmen or Quadriga. image: tetradr. (Agathocles) Nike; tetradr. of Panormus and of Alexander III; Carthage (electrum).

Traced by Ravel: Syracuse 10 Ꜹ Agathoclean staters and 70 light Pegasi; "several varied staters" of Corinth. Possibly independent hoards.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

Ravel, O. Num. Chron., 1925, p. 22 f.

780*. Pachino, 1923.

Burial—

2000 + Æ.

Syracuse (Hieron II, Head of Poseidon and Trident). A pot hoard.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

781*. Pademlik (Distr. Dadia), Asia Minor.

Burial—

132 image, Æ.

image: Ephesus 67 tetradr.; Mausolus 4; Cnidus 2 tetradr., 1 didr., 1 dr., 1 hemi-dr.; Samos 1 tetradr.; Cos 1 tetradr.; Colophon 1 dr. Æ: Cnidus 48; Rhodes 1; 1 unrecognizable.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

782*. Paestum, Italy, 1858.

Burial—c. 410–400 B. C.

image.

Incuse: Sybaris; Caulonia; Croton; Metapontum. Double relief: Tarentum; Metapontum; Caulonia; Velia; Terina; Croton; Poseidonia; Thurium; Heraclea.

Disposition:

Sambon, L. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique, 1870, pp. 30–32.

Evans, A. J. The Horsemen of Tarentum. Num. Chron., 1889, pp. 39–42. Plate.

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. New York, 1922, p. 219.

783. Palaiokastro (near Karditsa), Greece, 1931.

Burial—

30 image, 4 Æ.

Philip II, 1 tetradr., 1 Æ; Alexander the Great 3 tetradr.; Antigonus Gonatas 5 tetradr., 1 Æ; Lysimachus 3 tetradr.; Larissa Thessaliae 4 didr., 1 dr.; Thebes 2 didr.; Athens 7 tetradr.; Sicyon 1 didr.; Ephesus 1 tetradr.; Antiochus II, 2 tetradr.; Thessaly 1 Æ (Hadrian); Thebes Thessaliae 1 Æ.

Disposition: Athens.

Archaiologikon Deltion XIII, 1933, p. 35, illus.

Bull. corr. hell., 1931, p. 455.

784*. Palazzolo-Acreide, Sicily, 1897.

Burial—

450 image.

Syracuse (Agathocles) 2 tetradr.; Corinth and colonies (Alyzia, Argos, Anactorium, Dyrrhachium, Thyrrheium, Locri Epizephyrii, Leucas, Ambracia?) 454 (1 counterstamped); Siculo-Punic 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Syracuse Museum(?).

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1897, pp. 436–437, illus.

785*. Palermo, 1894.

Burial—After 472 B. C.

9 image.

Himera tetradr., 1st coinage.

Disposition: Palermo Coll. acq. 1; Virzi 4; A. J. Evans 2.

Gabrici, E. Riv. Ital. Num., 1894, pp. 399, 414; 1895, p. 29.

786*. Palestine, 1905.

Burial—

18 + Æ.

Judaea (Second Revolt).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Mayer, C. Frankfurter Münzzeit, 1908, pp. 233–236.

787. Palestine (?), 1924(?).

Burial—

70 ± Æ.

Judaea of Simon Maccabaeus 1; Herod Agrippa 1; Agrippa II, 1; under Nero 1; First Revolt 2; Second Revolt 32. A hoard(?).

Disposition:

Schulman Cat., June 17, 1924. Nos. 589–626. Pls. XI-XII.

788. Palestine(?), c. 1930.

Burial—

86 + image.

Tetradr. of Tyre, Demetrius II (Tyre) and Antiochus VII (Tyre).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Photographs on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

Pallene, see 1186.

789. Palma Montechiaro, Sicily, 1929.

Burial—

1 EL, 77 image, 1 Æ.

Syracuse 69 Pegasi; Carthage 1 EL; Siculo-Punic 8 image; Mamertini 1 Æ. (intrusion).

Disposition: Palermo.

Marconi, P. Notizie degli Scavi, 1931, p. 404.

790*. Palombara, near Bitonto, Italy, 1910.

Burial—

16 image.

Metapontum 5 didr.; Tarentum 9 didr.; Heraclea 1; Terina 1.

Disposition:

Selvaggi. Apulia, 1910, I, p. 58.

791*. Panciu, Rumania, 1915.

Burial—

image.

Dyrrhachium dr.

Disposition: Rumanian Academy.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XIII, No. 27, 1916, p. 42, No. 60.

Panticapaeum, see 548–559.

Parnassus, Mt., see 717.

792. Paros, 1936.

Burial—

600 + Æ.

Late Æ of Paros, some countermarked.

Disposition: Athens(?).

Unpublished material, Athens Num. Mus.

793*. Pascha, Euboea, 1883.

Burial—490 B. C.

70 + image.

Eretria 1 tetradr., 7 didr., many dr.; Attic tetradr.; Wappenmünzen.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Köhler, U. Athen. Mittheil., IX, 1884, pp. 354–362.

Seltman, C. T. Athens; its history and coinage. Cambridge, 1924, p. 146.

794*. Paterno, Sicily, 1915.

Burial—

40 image.

Messana 3 tetradr.; Syracuse 7; Gela 1; Agrigentum 3 (Archaic and transitional).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Not. d. Scavi. 1915, p. 226.

795*. Patras, Greece, 1850.

Burial—

116 Ꜹ, image.

Alexander III tetradr. bulk of find; 3 Ꜹ st. of Alexander?; Athens tetradr.; Sicyon 2; Aetolia 3; Philip Aridaeus; Seleucus Nicator 1. Found in vase.

Disposition: Athens. acq. part.

Newton, C. T. Num. Chron., 1854, pp. 31–37.

796*. Pella, Macedonia, 1915.

Burial—

1 image, 231 Æ.

Alexander III 1 tetradr., remainder Æ of Cassander.

Disposition: Athens.

Oikonomos, G. P. Nomismata tou Basileos Kassandrou, 1918, 29 p. Plate. Arch. Deltion, IV, p. 1.

Praktika, 1915, p. 243.

797. Peloponnesus, 1821.

Burial—

image.

Argos; Elis; Sicyon; Boeotia.

Disposition: H. P. Borrell acq. 4.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1844, p. 49.

798*. Peloponnesus, ante 1887.

Burial—c. 370–362 B. C.

image.

Elis didr., bulk of find; Arcadia; Pheneus 2 didr.

Large find.

Disposition: Berlin acq. didr. of Elis and Arcadia.

Zeit. f. Num., XV, 1887, pp. 7–8. Plate.

799. Peloponnesus (?), 1903.

Burial—c. 200(?) B. C.

12 + Æ.

Elis.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 12.

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1905, pp. 334–335, Pl. XV.

800. Peloponnesus, 1935(?).

Burial—310–290 B. C.

c. 500 image.

Thebes (4th cent. B. C.) 98 hemidr.; Chalcis 34 triob.; Histiaea 4 triob.; Sicyon (4th cent. B. C.) 16tetrob.; Elis (B. M. C. 137f.) 218 tetrob., (B. M. C. 139f.) 116 tetrob.; Argos (B. M. C. 54f.) 2 tetrob.

Disposition:

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

801. Peloponnesus, 1935.

Burial—

43 + image.

Aegina (Per. I and II) 29 st.; Boeotia (all amphora Rev.) 12 st.; Sicyon 2 tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Information received from Athenian Correspondent.

802. Peloponnesus (?), 1936.

Burial—

677 image.

Achaean League 430; Argos 35; Arcadian League 80; Aetolian League 21; Lacedaemon 2; Messenia 1; Locri Op. 13; Sicyon 53; Boeotia 6; Chalcis 31; Phocis 5.

Disposition: Acq. by an American collector.

Information on file in Library of Amer. Num. Soc.

Also reported to have come from an island near Preveza.

803. Peradace, Tiriolo, Italy, 1926.

Burial—

c. 200 image, Æ.

Carthage(?) image (wt. 1.70 to 2.15); Bruttii 6 + Æ.

Disposition:

Not. Scav., 1926, p. 329.

804. Perdasdefogu, Sardinia, c. 1915.

Burial—

c. 764 image, Æ.

Carthage (incl. some Siculo-Punic); Mauretania (struck over Carthaginian); Romano-Campanian; Roman (incl. late Imperial intrusions).

Disposition: Cagliari.

Taramelli, A. Not. Scavi, 1931, pp. 88–102. Pl. I. (Descr. of varieties).

Am. Jour. Archeol., 1932, p. 546.

Rev. Num., 1932, p. 239.

805*. Pergamum, Asia Minor, 1904–08.

Burial—Excavation coins (not a hoard).

969 image, Æ.

Greek Auton. 634; Imp. Greek 535, of which there were 445 Auton., 255 Imp. of Pergamum and 269 of Greek or Imperial issues, all carefully identified. Found during excavations with Roman, Byzantine, Medieval, etc.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Münzfunde aus Pergamon. Blätter f. Münzfr., 1914, pp. 5671–5681; pp. 5703–5718.

Conze. Ausgrabungen von Pergamon, I, pp. 355–363, for same text.

806. Persepolis Excavations, 1933.

Burial—516–515 B. C.

4 Ꜹ, 4 image.

Croesus 4 Ꜹ st.; Aegina 1; Abdera(?) 1; Paphus 1; Uncertain of Cyprus 1. Foundation deposit.

Disposition: The Shah, Riza Kahn Pehlevi.

Antiquity, VIII, 1934, p. 97.

Rassegna Numismatica, XXX, 1933, pp. 393–394.

Cf. Illus. Lond. News, Feb. 22, 1936, p. 328.

Photographs in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

807. Persepolis, 1934.

Burial—

10 image.

Seleucus I, 1 tetradr.; Bagadates 1 tetradr.; Auto-phradates 8 tetradr. Found below floor of dwelling-room.

Disposition: The Shah, Riza Kahn Pehlevi.

Photographs and list on file in Libr. Am. Num. Soc.

808. Persia, ante 1923.

Burial—

137 ± Æ.

Mithradates I, 2; Mithradates II, 7; Phraates III, 1; Orodes I, 14; Pacorus I, 1; Phraates IV, 33; Phraataces 1; Artabanus III, 4; Vardanes I, 7; Gotarzes 22; Volageses I, 14; Vardanes II, 6; Pacorus II, 5; Volageses II, 5; Osroes 1; Mithradates IV, 5; Volageses IV, 1; Volageses V, 1; Artabanus V, 2; Civic coinage 5. Not certainly a hoard.

Disposition: Princeton acq. 137.

Information received from Prof. Shirley H. Weber.

809. Persia, 1927–28.

Burial—c. 130 B. C.

65 + image.

Tetradrs. of: Alexander III, 5 posthumous; Alexander III (Eastern imitations) 4; Lysimachus, 1 posthumous; Antiochus IV, 4; Antiochus V, 1; Demetrius I of Syria, 2; Alexander I, 3; Demetrius II, 18; Antiochus VII, 3; Euthydemus I, 2; Demetrius of Bactria, 2; Antimachus I, 1; Eucratides (Dioscuri type), 8; Eucratides (Apollo type), 6; Heliocles 4.

Disposition: Dispersed. E. T. Newell acq. portion.

Information furnished by E. T. Newell.

810. Persia, 1932–33.

Burial—

13 + image.

Antiochus III, 3 dr.; Seleucus IV, 1 dr.; Antiochus IV, 9 dr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell acq. part.

Information furnished by E. T. Newell.

Persia, see also 1081.

811. Petroszeny, Rumania, 1867.

Burial—

200 ± image.

Barbaric imitations of Philip II tetradr.; Alexander the Great tetradr. (?).

Disposition: Vienna acq. 200.

Archiv. d. Vereins f. Siebenbürgische Landeskunde, N. F. XIII, 1876, pp. 244–245.

Tocilescu, G. G. Dacia inainte de romani. Bucharest, 1880, p. 854.

Seidl. Beiträge zu einer Chronik der archaeologischen Funde. (Sonderabdruck Archiv. f. oesterr. Gesch.) p. 86.

Pharos, see 615 and 254.

812. Pianul-de-sus, Rumania.

Burial—

48 ± image.

Apollonia 25 dr.; Dyrrhachium 23.

Disposition:

Seidl. Beiträge zu einer Chronik der archaeologischen Funde (Sonderabdruck Archiv. f. oesterr. Gesch., IX) p. 84–85.

Tocilescu, G. G. Dacia inainte de romani. Bucharest, 1880, pp. 854–855.

813*. Pianura, near Naples, 1844.

Burial—

Many image.

Syracuse (Hieron I); Athens tetradr.

Disposition:

Ruggiero, M. Scavi di antichita nelle regno di Napoli, 1743–1876. Napoli, 1888, p. 230.

814*. Piazza Armerina, Sicily, ante 1894.

Burial—

image.

Syracuse; Pegasi—chiefly Corinthian.

Disposition:

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1894, p. 218. Cf. Contessa hoard.

815. Piazza Armerina, 1929.

Burial—c. 200 B. C. (Orsi).

294 Æ.

Ptolemies 2; Carthage 2; Rhegium 5; Mamertini 1; Syracuse 258 (4 struck over Roman unciae); Rome 3.

Disposition: Museo Piazzese.

Orsi, P. Atti e Mem. Ist. Ital. Num., VI, pp. 105–116.

816*. Pietrabbondante, Samnium, 1900.

Burial—c. 250 B. C.

273 Æ.

Roman Aes Grave 17; Romano-Campanian 2; Aquinum 1; Aesernia 13; Suessa 16; Teanum 1; Cales 25; Nola 3; Neapolis (8 not overstruck, many struck over types of Cales 75; Aesernia? 2; Teanum? 2); Illegible—mostly Neapolis and Cales—69.

Disposition: Naples.

Gabrici, E. Not. d. Scavi, 1900, pp. 645–656, illus.

Riv. Ital. Num., 1907, p. 365.

Bull. Internat. di Num., I, 1902, p. 10.

Borrelli, N. Boll. Circ. Num. Napol., XVI, 1935, No. 2, p. 48.

Cesano, L. Atti e Mem. dell'Ist. Ital. Num., I, p. 58.

817*. Piraeus, 1882.

Burial—c. 380 B. C. (Regling).

80 EL.

Cyzicus 80 electrum st.; Alexander III st.(?). Found in a vase.

Disposition:

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1887, pp. 35 and 42. Plate.

A Ms. note in Dr. Greenwell's copy of this article, now in the Libr. Amer. Num. Soc., gives the number of Cyzicenes as 80 and adds that no staters of Alexander the Great were found with them.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 26.

818. Piraeus, 1937.

Burial—87 B. C.

15 image.

Athens 13 "New Style" tetradr.; Mithradates VI, 2 tetradr. with month-date A and Δ.

Disposition: Private Collection.

Information received from Athenian correspondent.

819*. Pirlibej, Asia Minor, ante 1870.

Burial—

1000 + Ꜹ.

Darics.

Disposition:

Sibilian, P. C. Num. Zeit., II, 1870, p. 333.

820. Pleven(?), Bulgaria, 1935.

Burial—

11 + image.

Athens 11 obols.

Disposition: Coll. Avramov, Sofia.

Information received from Dr. Th. Gerassimov.

821. Plovdiv (Philippol), Bulgaria, 1907.

Burial—

100 + image.

Alexander III; Lysimachus; Scostoces; tetradr., dr.

Disposition: Sofia Museum acq. 21 tetradr. Alexander III; 27 tetradr. Lysimachus; 1 dr. Scostoces.

Mouchmov, N. A. Les monnaies des rois Thraces, 1927, p. 231.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1914, p. 273, No. 48.

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 29, No. 52.

822. Plovdiv(?).

Burial—

25 + image.

Byzantion 20 dr.; Alexander III, 2 dr.; Philip III, 1 dr.; Nicomedes II, 1 tedradr.; Lysimachus 1 dr.

Disposition: Coll. A. Dorin, Sofia.

Information received from Dr. Th. Gerassimov in letter.

823. Plumbuita, near Bucharest, Rumania.

Burial—

image.

Thasos tetradr.

Disposition: Rumanian Acad.; Bucharest Municipal Mus.

Communication from Dr. Const. Moisil.

824. Polsky-Trambech, Bulgaria, 1923.

Burial—

4 image.

Thasos, 4 tetradr. (a hoard?).

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, II, 1923–24, p. 230. (Bulgarian text).

825. Poniatovka, Cherson Dist., 1824.

Burial—End of 3d cent.

600 Æ.

Olbia (Type of Pick: Münzen Nordgriechenlands, IX, 26–29).

Disposition:

Stempovsky, Journal de St. Petersbourg, 1825, No. 118, p. 506.

Goshkiewicz, V. Klady i drievnosti Chersonskoy Goubernij, Cherson, 1903, pp. 41 and 71.

826*. Pont de Molins, Spain, 1868.

Burial—

image.

Athens 2 archaic tetradr.; Cumae 1 dr.; Metapontum st. (fragment); Corcyra(?); Emporiae; Massalia. Found in jar with flans(?) and silver fragments (60 oz.).

Disposition:

Botet y Siso, J. Les monedas Catalanes, 1908, I, pp. xxxv-xxxviii.

Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part 2, p. 1580.

Blancard, L. Mémoire del'Acad. de Marseille 1896–99, p. 454.

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas de España, III, pp. 174, 194.

Pujol y Camps, C. Memorial numismatico. Madrid, III, p. 16.

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 33.

Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934, p. 49.

827*. Popesti-Leordeni, Rumania, ante 1869.

Burial—

20 image.

Thasos 20 tetradr., one inscr. "THRAKON."

Disposition:

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, X, No. 19, 1913, p. 21 No. 4 (quoting from Bolliac, Trompeta Carpathiar, 1869, No. 699).

828. Popnitza, Bulgaria, 1910.

Burial—

100 image.

Thasos 100 tetradr.

Disposition:

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1910, p. 228. (Bulgarian text).

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 29, No. 49.

829*. Populonia, Etruria, 1867.

Burial—

55 + image.

Populonia(?).

Disposition:

Gamurrini, G. F. Periodico Num. e Sfrag., IV, 1872, p. 209.

Poseidonia, see 782.

830. Poti (near), Senak Kutais, Transcaucasia, 1910.

Burial—

image.

Small Colchis image (several lbs.); Colchis(?), Obv. Lion's head; Rev. Kneeling figure (5 or 6); didrachms of(?)—Obv. Head, Rev. Two heads in incuse squares (several).

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. D'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 37, No. 9.

Pachomov, E. A. Concerning the design of Colchian coins, p. 7. (Neskolko slov O proiskh. risunka "Kolkhidok").

831*. Potok, Hungary, 1862.

Burial—

20 Æ.

Apollonia 4; Dyrrhachium 3; Scodra 1; Issa 1.

Disposition:

Kenner, F. Archiv. f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, XXXVIII, 1867, p. 309.

832. Pozzo Maggiore, Sardinia, 1918.

Burial—

3000 Æ.

Carthage 3000 Æ (15 varieties of Astarte with Rev. three wheat ears); Mauretania (Müller, Suppl. 291–94) 1.

Disposition: Museo Cagliari.

Arch. Anz. 1929, p. 161.

Taramelli, A. Not. Scavi, 1930, pp. 105–110.

833. Prelasdorf, Yugoslavia, 1908.

Burial—

465 (or 700) image.

Lycian dr. of Trajan; Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. XXIX, 1912, p. 237.

Jahrb. f. Altertumskunde III, p. 247; IV, p. 141.

834. Preveza(?), Epirus, 1933–34.

Burial—

c. 600 image.

Corinth and colonies 5 st., 510 dr.; Philip II, 1 dr.; Histiaea 75; Boeotia 1; Parium 1.

Disposition: Part acq. by R. Cyril Lockett; part by an American Collector; part in the trade.

Publication promised.

Preveza (near), 1936 see 802.

835*. Priene, Asia Minor, 1870.

Burial—c. 158 B. C.

6 image.

Tetradr. of Orophernes found in base of statue of Athena Polias.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. and Paris acq. one each; remainder dispersed.

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927. pp. 9, 45.

Newton, C. T. Num. Chron., 1871, p. 19, illus.

Wiegand and Schrader. Priene. Berlin, 1904, pp. 84, 111.

Society of Dilettanti. Ionian antiquities, IV, p. 26.

Arethuse, Oct., 1923, p. 7.

Head, B. V. Hist. Num., 1911, p. 750.

Picard, C. Ephèse et Claros, p. 476.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 1635.

836*. Priene Excavations (I), Asia Minor, 1902.

Burial—644 B. C.

645 Æ.

Priene, 3d cent.; Magnesia 1. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927. pp. 169–171.

Wiegand, T. and Schrader, H. Priene. Berlin, 1904, p. 322.

837. Priene Excavations (II), 1902.

Burial—

2 image, 329 Æ.

Priene 329 Æ; Rhodes 1 image; Tralles (cistophorus) 1.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927, pp. 171–172.

Wiegand, T. and Schrader, H. Priene. Berlin, 1904, p. 324.

838*. Priene Excavations (III), 1902.

Burial—

4272 Æ.

Priene 4257; Magnesia 10; Miletus 1; Iasus 1; Uncertain 3. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927, pp. 172–175.

Wiegand, T. and Schrader, H. Priene. Berlin, 1904, pp. 323 and 328.

839. Priene, Excavations (IV), 1902.

Burial—

121 Æ.

Priene.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927, pp. 175–176.

840*. Priene Excavations (V), 1902.

Burial—

50 + Æ.

Priene, late Hellenistic. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Die Münzen von Priene. Berlin, 1927. p. 196.

Wiegand, T. and Schrader, H. Priene. Berlin, 1904, p. 324.

841. Prinkipo, (near Constantinople), 1930.

Burial—335–334 B. C.

160 + EL, 47 + Ꜹ.

Cyzicus (60 types) 160 EL st.; Lampsacus (3 types) 4 Ꜹ st.; Panticapaeum 16; Philip II, 27. Additional Cyzicenes, 40–60, which have appeared in the trade are stated to have come from this hoard; included were several varieties not in the portion published by Dr. Regling.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Regling, K. Die griechische Goldschatz von Prinkipo. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, pp. 1–46, I–IV (Review in Num. Chron., 1931, pp. 246–7).

N. Y. Times, March 30, 1930.

Rasseg. Num., XXIX, 1932, p. 92 (Brief note).

Cat. R. Jameson, 2570, 2574.

842*. Punch(?), Kashmir, 1887(?).

Burial—

image.

Tetradr. of Hippostratus and Azilises. See Punjab Mus. Cat., Pls. 8, 13.

Disposition: Lahore.

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 338. Plate.

843. Pyhrn, Upper Austria, 1904.

Burial—

200 + image.

Lycian dr. of Nerva or Trajan 2; Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XXIX, 1912, p. 237.

Mitteil. der Zentralkomm. 1905, pp. 297 ff.

Bolin, G. Fynden av Romerska Mynten. Lund, 1926. Bilagor, p. 184.

Rev. Num., 1905, p. 87; 1906, p. 369.

Blätter f. Münzfr. 1906, p. 3504.

Monatsblatt, 1906, pp. 51–52.

844. Pyrgos, Greece, 1929(?).

Burial—

image.

Elis 6+; Aegina; Thebes; Philip II, 10 tetradr. Another portion of this(?) hoard is said to have consisted of Elis 3; Locri Op. 1; Sicyon 15 tetradr., 63 dr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Letter from European correspondent.

845. Qua-El-Kabir, Egypt, 1925.

Burial—480 A. D. 2741 Æ.

Alexandria 8 (struck before 300 A. D., earliest of Nero); Roman imperial issues (Constantine to Zeno) 1046; Barbaric imitations and miniature copies 1048; Axumite 16; Unindentified 568.

Disposition:

Milne, J. G. Feudal currency in Egypt. Ancient Egypt, 1926, pp. 5–9, illus.

846*. Qasr Naba, Syria, 1902.

Burial—

32 + image.

Alexander III, 1 early tetradr., 1 ob.; tritemoria of Kings of Sidon and Tyre; 8 double st. of Evagoras II; Mazaeus and other dynasts of Sidon; Byblus 2; Sidon(?) tetartemorion; Bagoas(?).

Disposition: J. Rouvier acq. 32.

Rouvier, J. Rev. Num., 1902, pp. 258–259.

847*. Ragusa, Sicily, 1905.

Burial—

180 + EL.

Carthage (Demeter and Horse); Syracuse (Apollo and Lyre) and (Athena and Fulmen of Agathocles).

Disposition:

Prof. Orsi's notes.

848. Rahovo, Bulgaria, 1910(?).

Burial—

213 Æ.

Anchialus 1; Nicopolis ad Istrum 1; Istrus 1; Justinian I 1; John I Zimisces 1; Roman 208; bronze fibula of 1st cent.; small bronze cross. A hoard(?).

Disposition:

Filov, B. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, II, 1911, p. 274–275. (Bulgarian text).

849. Rakitovo, Bulgaria, 1920.

Burial—

26 + image.

Alexander III, 11 tetradr. and 2 dr.; Lysimachus 3 tetradr.; Demetrius Poliorcetes 1 tetradr.; Seleucus I, 2 tetradr.; Antiochus I, 1 tetradr.; Seleucus II, 1 tetradr. Antiochus III, 1 tetradr.

Disposition: Sofia Museum.

Letter from Th. Gerassimov.

850*. Ramleh, Egypt, 1893(?).

Cyrene fractional.

image

Disposition: H. Weber Coll.

Gardner, E. A. A history of ancient coinage. Oxford, 1918, p. 60.

Weber, H. Num. Chron., 1899, p. 283. Plate.

851. Ras Shamra, Syria, 1936.

Burial—

37 image.

"Un lot important de statères grecs archaïque du VIe siècle."—'Lete,' Thraco-Macedonian(?) running-kneeling figure, walking griffin, etc., (Abdera?—cf. Zeit. f. Num. 1927, p. 93, Pl. III, 153); together with partially melted coins and lumps of silver (2 kilogr.).

Disposition:

Rev. Num., 1936, Procès-verbaux, p. xlv.

Illus. Lond. News, Feb. 20, 1937, pp. 294 and 297.

852. Rassovo, Bulgaria, 1921 (?).

Burial—

c. 300 image.

Dyrrhachium dr.; Roman republican 7.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 37 of Dyrrachium, 7 den.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 239. (Bulgarian text).

Rawalpindi, see 1067.

853. Rayy, Persia, 1934(?).

Burial—

500 Æ,

Parthian 500.

Disposition: University Museum, Philadelphia(?).

University Museum Bulletin, VI, p. 79.

854*. Reggio di Calabria, 1853.

Burial—

image.

Pot hoard. Athens and Messana; Rhegium; Syracuse; Agrigentum; Catana —(tutte bighe—therefore early types).

Disposition:

Gardner, P. The History of Ancient Coinage. Oxford, 1918, p. 369.

Bull. dell. Inst. Arch. Com. 1853, p. 154.

855*. Reggio, 1876.

Burial—

image.

Rhegium, small image and Æ, found in separate urns. Two or more hoards.

Disposition:

Not. d. Scavi. 1876, p. 95.

856*. Reggio, 1913.

Burial—

179 Æ.

Rhegium 179.

Disposition: Museo di Reggio acq. part.

Not. d. Scavi, 1913, pp. 153–154.

Rassegna Num., 1914, XI, p. 86.

857*. Reggio (?), 1913.

Burial—

c. 97 image.

Syracuse 35 (485–413 B. C.); Rhegium 7; Agrigentum 1; Catana 1; Gela 4; Himera 1; Leontini 6; Messana 9; Selinus 1; Unidentified 2.

Disposition: Museo Reggio Calabria, 67; Dispersed c. 30.

Putorti, N. Not. d. Scavi, 1914, pp. 159–160.

Blätter f. Münzfr., 1913, p. 5411—apparently this hoard, although the list of contents differs slightly (Athens is not mentioned).

Arch. Anz., 1921, p. 229.

858. Rek'e, near Sugdidi, Transcaucasia, 1925(?).

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Alexander the Great.

Disposition: Tiflis Museum.

Arch. Anz., 1925, p. 64, No. 2.

859*. Remeta, Rumania.

Burial—

6 + image.

Thasos 6 tetradr., with Roman.

Disposition:

Num. Közlöny, 1914, p. 17.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, 1914, XI, 21, p. 25, No. 37.

860*. Rentzi, near Scutari, Albania, 1900.

Burial—

Æ.

Rhizon; Scodra; Genthius; Ballaeus; Monunius; Dyrrhachium. Questionably a hoard.

Disposition: Gen. Ippen of Scutari.

Scholz, J. Monatsblatt Num. Gesell. Wien, 1901, p. 123, illus.

Berlin, Anthrop. Gesell., 1901, p. 49.

861*. Rete, Hungary, 1905.

Burial—

248 image.

Thasos tetradr. and barbaric.

Disposition:

Gohl, E. Num. Közlöny, 1909, pp. 1 and 33.

Rhegium, see 854–857.

862*. Rhodes (?), 1900.

Burial—c. 187 B. C.

21 + image.

Tetradr. of Lysimachus 12; Eumenes II, 2; Antiochus I and III, 3; Eumenes I, 3; Attalus I, 1 ±. Found with small coins.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 21 tetradr.

Wace, A. J. B. Jour. Internat., 1903, VI, pp. 140–148. Illus.

Regling, K., Zeit. f. Num., 1928, p. 97.

Num. Chron., 1925, p. 12.

863. Rhodes(?), 1929(?).

Burial—

30 + image.

Rhodes 30 late Attic dr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Naville XV (1930), pp. 995–1024.

864. Rhodes, 1931.

Burial—2d cent. B. C.

400 ± image.

Mostly Rhodian drachms, 168–88 B. C. (early issues only). Found during construction of road from Rhodes to Phinthos.

Disposition: Italian authorities 70; E. T. Newell 20; remainder scattered.

Communication to E. T. Newell.

Rhodope, see 868.

865. Rhodes, 1936.

Burial—

30 + Æ.

Rhodes 30 small Æ of unpublished type.

Disposition: acq. by Dr. W. Schwabacher.

Information on file in Libr. Amer. Num. Soc.

866. Ribno, Bulgaria, 1922(?).

Burial—

20–30 image.

Philip II, 20–30 tetradr.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, I, 1921–22, p. 242. (Bulgarian text).

867*. Rohtak Distr., India, 1918.

Burial—

100 + image.

Similar to Sonipat hoard. The author saw 100 pieces, the rarest of which were didr. of Amyntas (Helmeted javelin-thruster). A large find.

Disposition:

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 342.

868*. Rosas, Spain, 1850.

Burial—

image.

Emporiae w. obols of Massalia.

Disposition: J. Gaillard acq. part.

Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part 2, p. 1581.

Gaillard, J. Catalogue des monnaies recueillies en Espagne, 1844.

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 29 (Memorial Num. Esp., IV, p. 107).

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas de España, 1876, III, pp. 175, 179, 194.

Rev. Num., 1923, pp. 1–7. Plate.

Amoros, J. Les monedas empuritanes anteriors a les dracmes. Barcelona, 1934, p. 50.

Muret, E. Cat. des monnaies gauloises de la Bibl. Nationale, Nos. 479–84.

869*. Rose, Cosenza, S. Italy, 1914.

Burial—

120 image.

Bruttii drachms and half-dr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Lenzi, F. Rassegna Num., XI, 1914, pp. 1–14, illus.

Regling, K. Janus, I, 1921, p. 85.

Cesano, L. in Trans. Num. Congress, Lond., 1936. Plate.

870. Rosolini, Sicily, 1907.

Burial—

200 + image.

Syracuse, small denominations—(Philistis; Hieron II; Gelon II, and others).

Disposition: Dispersed.

Prof. Orsi's notes.

871. Ruad (Island off Syria), 1922.

Burial—1st cent. B. C.

200 + image.

Tetradr. (autonomous) of Aradus; Seleucia ad Orontum; Tyre.

Disposition: Scattered; E. T. Newell acq. part.

Information supplied by a correspondent in Beyrouth.

872. Rujantzi, Bulgaria, 1929.

Burial—

image.

Patraus tetradr. A Hoard(?).

Disposition: Sofia acq. 2.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VI, 1930–31, p. 315. (Bulgarian text).

873*. Rumania (?).

Burial—

Æ.

Mesembria (Imperial) with Anchialus and Odessus—a hoard(?).

Disposition: Bucharest.

Ruzicka, L. Berl. Münzblätter, 1915, pp. 405, 429. Plate.

874*. Rumania, 1897(?).

Burial—

117 image.

Thasos tetradr. found with barbaric imitations.

Disposition: Armin Egger.

Egger, A. Monatsblatt Num. Gesell. Wien, IV, 1898, p. 162.

Gaz. Num. Belge, II, 1898, p. 68.

875. Rumanja, Bulgaria, 1935.

Burial—

212 Æ.

Roman Imperial of Tomis 1; Marcianopolis 20; Nicopolis ad Istrum 20; Hadrianopolis 1; Anchialus 2 with Roman Imperial; Const. Magnus 16; Constantinus Junior 13.

Disposition: Nova-Zagora Museum 95.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

876*. Ruvo, Italy, 1877.

Burial—

57 image.

Tarentum 17; Heraclea 16; Croton 2; Metapontum 19; Thurium 1; Terina 1; Thyrrheium 1.

Disposition:

Not. d. Scavi, 1877, p. 64.

877. Sâbrano, Bulgaria, 1936.

Burial—

800 image.

Thasos (2d cent.)

Disposition: Dispersed.

Communication from Th. Gerassimov.

878. Sadjavaho Station, Kutais, Transcaucasia, 1894.

Burial—

image.

Hoard of silver Colchian coins.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku 1926, p. 36, No. 4.

Otchet Imper. Arch. Comm. 1896, p. 109.

879. Safed, Galilee, ante 1877.

Burial—

image.

"Une grande trouvaille des monnaies des Ptolémées" incl. tetradr. of Ascalon with Ptolemaic portraits.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. 3 (ex Péretié and De Saulcy Coll.); Athens 2.

Rev. Num., 1874–77, pp. 126–27 and 184–89.

Br. Mus. Cat. Palestine, Pl. XII, 1–3.

Svoronos, J. N. Num. Ptol., III, Pl. LXIII, 9–13; IV, pl. Δ, 25.

880. Saháranpúr, India, "In olden days."

Burial—

600 + image.

Apollodotus; Menander; Strato; Antimachus; Antialcidas.

Disposition: E. Thomas acq. 200.

E. Thomas. Prinsep's Essays on Indian Antiquities, I, p. 208, Note 1.

881*. Saida (Sidon), 1829.

Burial—

Ꜹ.

Alexander III st.

Disposition: Greater part sold and melted.

Waddington, W. H. Mélanges de Num., 1867, p. 33 = Rev. Num., 1865, p. 3. Plate.

Newell, E. T. Dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. New Haven, 1916, p. 57.

882*. Saida, 1852.

Burial—c. 323 B. C.

3600 Ꜹ.

Alexander III, 3000 st. and a few double st.; Philip II, 300 st.; Cius 2 (a. Br. Mus.; b. Bowen Sale); Pergamum 2. (a. Paris; b. Berlin); Philippi 1 (Waddington); Unc. attr. = Ptolemy I, 1 (in the hoard?).

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 1800; C. W. Huber 20; Vienna 5 Philips, 15 Alexanders; remainder dispersed.

Waddington, W. H. Mélanges de Num., 1867, p. 33 = Rev. Num., 1865, p. 3. Plate.

Huber, C. W. Wiener Num. Monatshefte, III, 1867, pp. 1–30.

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1895, p. 99.

Sotheby Sale, Huber Coll., June 4, 1862, p. 44; Bowen Sale, Feb. 19, 1868, No. 343.

883. Saida, 1862–63.

Burial—

70 image.

Demetrius Nicator (Sidon and Tyre); Alexander Bala (Sidon, Tyre, and Berytus). All tetradr.

Disposition:

Weckbecker, C. Wiener numismatische Monatshefte, I, 1865, p. 97.

884*. Saida, 1863.

Burial—c. 323 B. C.

3600 Ꜹ.

Alexander III st.; Cius 7; Rhodes 3; Pnytagoras 2; Panticapaeum 1.

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 430; remainder sold.

Waddington, W. H. Mélanges de Num., 1867, p. 33. Plate = Rev. Num., 1865, p. 4.

Rouvier, J. Rev. Études Gr., 1899, XII, p. 380.

Weckbecker, C. Wiener Num. Monatshefte. I, 1865, pp. 5–11.

Regling, K. Zur Münzprägung der Brettier. Festschrift Lehmann-Haupt, p. 83, Note 2.

Newell, E. T. Dated Alexander coinage of Sidon and Ake. New Haven, 1916, p. 57.

Num. Chron., 1865, p. 179 = Am. Jour. Num., IV, p. 76.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., XLI, 1931, p. 34.

Cf. Saida, 1829 and 1852.

885*. Saint Bernard, France.

Burial—

image, Æ.

Carthage; Tarentum; Histiaea tetrob. Questionably a hoard.

Disposition:

Blanchet, A. Traité de monnaies Gauloises. Paris, 1905, p. 181.

886. Saint-Gervais, France, 1868.

Burial—

7000 image.

Massalia ob. in vase. Good style.

Disposition:

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies Gauloises. Paris, 1905, p. 554.

Annuaire de num., III, 1868, p. 381.

887*. Saint-Remy de Provence, 1834.

Burial—

c. 600 image.

Massalia, archaic with imitations of Rhoda.

Disposition:

Babelon, E. Traité . . . I, Part 2, p. 1578.

Blanchet, A. Traité des monnaies Gauloises. Paris, 1905, p. 545.

Chaudruc de Crazannes, Baron. Rev. Num., 1839, p. 168.

Sais, see 888.

888*. Sakha, Egypt, 1897.

Burial—

72 + image and (?) 40 LEAD.

Thasos 1; Acanthus 1; 'Lete' 4; Neapolis Maced. 1; Aegina 3; Corinth 8; Eretria(?), possibly Cyclades 1; Naxos Insula 2; Clazomenae 1; Phocaea(?) 3; Chios 6; Samos 1; Idyma 1; Camirus 1; Ialysus 1; Paros 1; Lycia 1; Sardes 1; Cyrene 2; Cyrenaica 6; Persia 3; 'Uncertain' incl. Dicaea; Siphnos; Iulis?; Cyclades? (4 fish); Thraco-Macedonian? (cow and calf 2, cow and cock, multiple flower + a. ram's head; b. dolphins) and Athenian 'Wappenmünzen.'

Disposition: Berlin, H. Weber, Lampson Coll. (No. 248, Paros).

Dressel, H. Zeit. f. Num., 1900, XXII, pp. 231–253. Plate.

Weber, H. Num. Chron., 1899, pp. 269–283. Plate.

Dutilh, E. Jour. Internat., II, 1899, p. 287.

Seltman, C. T. Athens: its history and coinage. Cambridge, 1924, p. 147.

Cat. R. Jameson, No. 2121.

889*. Sakha, Egypt, 1922.

Burial—

299 image.

Rhodes 12; Argos 2; Sicyon 5; Achaean League (Aegium 3, Elis 9, Pallantium 1); Roman imperial (Nero to Trajan) 262; Caesareia Cappadociae (Trajan) 5.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Weber, S. H. An Egyptian hoard of the second century, A. D. N. Y., 1932. (N. N. M. No. 54) 41 p., 3 dble. Pls.

Newell, E. T. Egyptian coin hoards. Numismatist, 1924, p. 301.

Saladinovo, see 773.

890. Salamis, Attica, 1936.

Burial—

29 ± image.

Athens, New Style 24 tetradr., 5 dr.

Disposition: Athens.

Unpublished material, Athens Num. Mus.

891. Salarò, Sardinia, 1934.

Burial—

292 Æ.

Carthaginian: w. Müller Nos., incl. variants, and 11 not in Müller.

Disposition: Cagliari.

Taramelli, A. Notizie degli Scavi, ser. 6, XII, 1934, pp. 200–204.

892*. Salih-Hedjr, Arabia, 1856.

Burial—

18 image.

Egypto-arabian and Arabic imitations of Athenian types.

Disposition: Osnabruck Coll.

Schledehaus, A. Typhon auf altgriechischen Autonom-münzen. Grote, H. Münzstudien, II, pp. 484–489.

Babelon, E. Traité, II, Part 2, p. 650.

Erman, A. Zeit. f. Num., 1882, IX, pp. 296–299. Plates.

Salona, see 717

893*. Salonica, ante 1852.

Burial—

12 EL.

Uncertain of Asia Minor(?) or Macedonia(?).

Disposition: Borrell Coll.

Borrell Collection. Sotheby Sale, July 12, 1852, p. 6. Cf. Svoronos. L'Hell. Prim. de Maced., Pl. XVI, 9–18. Babelon. Traité, I, Part 1, Nos. 117, 235–237.

894*. Salonica, 1859.

Burial—

52 image.

Amphipolis tetradr., dr.

Disposition: M. Rollin acq. 12 pieces; Prokesch-Osten 3 dr.; H. Hoffman acq. greater part of remainder.

Hoffman, H. Le Numismate, No. 13, May 1, 1863, p. 115. Plate.

Rev. Num., 1864, p. 90. Plate. 1860, p. 268; Num. Chron., 1880, p. 6; Sotheby Sale, Feb. 2, 1863, pp. 9–10, Nos. 110–117; Bompois Sale, Jan. 16, 1882, Nos. 712–13.

895*. Salonica, ante 1888.

Burial—

Kings of Pontus (205–293).

Disposition: Waddington acq. part.

Rev. Num., 1888, p. 440.

896*. Salonica, ante 1897.

Burial—287–280 B. C.

159 + image.

Alexander III tetradr., Demetrius Poliorcetes;

Lysimachus (latest issues) in fine condition.

Disposition: F. Walla of Vienna.

Newell, E. T. Tyrus Rediviva. New York, 1923. p. 11, quoting F. Walla's Preis Liste, VI, 1897–98, p. 5 ff.

897*. Salonica(?), 1916.

Burial—

82 + image.

Metapontum 66 didr.; Tarentum 5 didr.; Velia 2; Heraclea 13; Athens tetr.; Alexander III tetr. Found with(?) modern Afghan, Parthian, Sassanid, 240 Roman.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. 15 with Coll. of J. G. Ford, who purchased them in Taranto; A. J. Evans, the remainder.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1918, pp. 133–154. 2 Plates.

Cf. Vlasto, Num. Chron., 1930, p. 110, who states that this hoard is said to have come from near Metaponto.

898. Salonica, (near), c. 1918.

Burial—

13 Æ.

Philip II, 5; Alexander III, 8.

Disposition: British Museum.

Unpublished.

899. Salonica, 1929.

Burial—

300 image.

Athens (new style), 300 tetr. Following magistrates represented: ΓΛAV EXE, MIKI ΘEOΦPA, HPA APIΣTOΦ, MENEΔ EΠIΓENO, ΠOΛΥXAPM NIKOΓ, TIMAPX NIKAΓO.

Disposition: Br. Mus. acq. large portion; M. L. Kambanis 13.

Note by M. L. Kambanis.

Salso, see 1092.

900. Salve, Lecce, Italy, 1930.

Burial—3d cent. B. C.

68 image.

Metapontum 1; Thurium 1; Velia 3; Caulonia 1; Croton 1; Mesma 1; Neapolis 24; Anactorium 8; Argos Amphilochicum 13; Coronta(?) 2; Thyrrheium 11; Metropolis(?) 1; Romano-Campanian 1.

Disposition: Taranto.

Breglia, Laura. Atti. Ist. Ital. Num., VIII, 1934, pp. 20–33, Pl. II.

Samanoud, see 954.

901*. Samaria, 1910.

Burial—after 74 B. C.

1 image, 22 Æ.

Antiochus VII, 1 tetradr.; Tyre (latest date 74 B. C.) 22 Æ.

Disposition:

Harvard Excavations at Samaria, I, pp. 52, 253, 261 and 264.

902*. Samos, 1894.

Burial—

34 EL.

Samos archaic st., hectae, hemiob., etc.

Disposition: Paris, all except dupl. varieties.

Babelon, E. Mèlanges de Num., III, pp. 1–48. Plate = Rev. Num., 1894, pp. 149–163; 253–285.

Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part 2, p. 206. Plate.

Annuaire de Num., 1894, p. 323.

903*. Samos, 1911–12.

Burial—

6700 Æ.

Greek Imperial chiefly of Samos, 3d. cent. A. D. Found in two vases.

Disposition: Berlin and Samos.

Vossische Zeitung, Apr. 10, 1912, No. 181.

The portion at Berlin is to be published.

904. Samos, 1936.

Burial—

3000 Æ.

Samos (Gardner, Pl. III, 8–10).

Disposition: Commerce.

Communication from Dr. W. Schwabacher.

Samothrace, 1930, see 565.

905. Samovodin, (Tirnov Dist.), Bulgaria, 1933.

Burial—

23 image, 50 Æ.

Alexander III (Mesembria) 4 tetradr.; Imitations of Philip III, 5 dr.; First region of Macedonia under Romans, Maroneia and Thasos 14 tetradr.; Odessus 50 Æ.

Disposition: Sofia acq. 1; Tirnovo Museum acq. remainder.

Gerassimov, T. Bull Inst. Arch. Bulgare, VIII, 1934, p. 469. (Bulgarian text.)

906*. Samsoun (Anc. Amisus), c. 1899.

Burial—

93 Æ.

Amisus 76; Amastris 8; Sinope 8; Cabeira 1.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished, from Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

907*. Samsoun (Anc. Amisus). c. 1902.

Burial—

3 + image.

Mithradates IV with his queen Laodiceia 3 tetr. and other hellenistic tetr.

Disposition: Paris; Jameson Coll.; Pozzi Coll.

Prowe Sale, Egger, Nov. 28, 1904, No. 957.

Pozzi Sale, Lucerne, Apr. 4, 1921, No. 2092. Plate.

Reinach, T. L'histoire par les monnaies. Paris, 1902. p. 127. Plate VI, No. 3.

The above information was given to Dr. Regling by the man through whose hands the coins passed perhaps thirty years ago.

908. Samurzakan, Zugdid Co., Kutais, Transcaucasia, 1905.

Burial—

60–70 image.

Drachms of Polemo II. Pot hoard.

Disposition:

Pachomov, E. A. Travaux Soc. Scient. d'Azerbaidjan, Livr. 3, Baku, 1926, p. 39, No. 27.

909*. San'a, Arabia, 1879(?)

Burial—c. 90 A. D.

600 + image.

Himyaritic imitations of Athenian tetr. and Roman of Augustus.

Disposition: G. Schlumberger acq. bulk; Brit. Mus. acq. part.

Schlumberger, G. Le trésor de San'a. Paris, 1880, 65 p. 3 Plates.

Erman, A. Zeit. f. Num., VIII, 1881, pp. 243–247. Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1878, p. 278. Plate; 1880, pp. 303–310.

Longpérier, A. de. Le trésor de San'a. Œuvres, I, 1883, pp. 322–334 = (Jour. des Savants, Jan., 1881, p. 42).

Prideaux, W. F. On some recent discoveries in S. W. Arabia (Le trésor de San'a). Soc. d'Archéol. Biblique, 1873, II, Parts I and V.

B. M. Cat. Arabia, p. 54 and introduction.

Robinson, E. S. G. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 356.

Auct. Sale Coll. Allotte de la Fuÿe, Feb. 1925, Nos. 1168–79. Plate.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 1782.

910*. San Giorgio Morgeto, Calabria, 1914.

Burial—

image.

Large treasure; 2 st. of Ambracia seen by Dr. Putorti.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Putorti, N. Not. d. Scavi, 1914, pp. 211–213.

911*. San Llop, Spain, 1851.

Burial—

image.

Emporiae dr. found with gold ornament.

Disposition:

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española. Madrid, 1878, I, p. 58.

Delgado, A. Medallas autonomas de España. Sevilla, 1876, III, p. 194.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933, p. 32.

912*. San Marco di Alunzio, Sicily, 1880.

Burial—

100 Æ.

Aluntium (probably a hoard).

Disposition: Palermo acq. 10.

Not. d. Scavi, 1880, p. 196.

913*. San Pantaleone (Motya), Sicily, 1857(?)

Burial—

Æ.

Motya.

Disposition: Paris and Brit. Mus. acq. parts.

Babelon, J. Catalogue de la collection de Luynes. Paris, 1924, p. 205. Plates. Nos. 1048, 1052–55, 1306, 1309–10. (A hoard?)

914. San Sperato, Sardinia, 1535.

Burial—

300 Ꜹ(?).

Carthaginian gold or electrum. (Gold content of one electrum piece given.)

Disposition:

Spano, G. Bull. Arch. Sardo, VIII, 1862, pp. 40–46.

915. San Stefano di Rogliano, S. Italy, 1910–11.

Burial—c. 470 B. C.

19 + image.

Poseidonia 2; Caulonia 3; Croton 6; Sybaris 2; Metapontum 6.

Disposition:

Bollet. d'Arch.(?) 8, 1928, p. 34.

Arch. Anzeig., 1929, p. 139.

Catanuto, N. Not. d. Scavi, 1932, pp. 383–384.

Amer. Jour. Arch., 1934, XXXVIII, p. 299.

Santa Caterina, see 856.

916*. Santa Eufemia, S. Italy, 1865.

Burial—

Æ.

Syracuse (Agathocles). Large number with gold ornaments, etc., in tomb. The single coin illustrated is of the Soteira type.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Francica, A. Oggetti di arte greca nel secolo III av. l'era volgare. Illus.

Lenormant, F. La Grande Grèce. Paris, 1884, III, p. 98.

Marshall, F. H. Catalogue of the jewellery in the Brit. Mus., London, 1911, p. 241.

Gazette Archéol., 1883, p. 291.

917*. Santa Maria di Licodia, Sicily, 1890.

Burial—c. 380 B. C.

80 + image.

Syracuse 67 decadr., 6 tetradr.; Messana 3; Selinus 1 tetradr.; Motya 1; Athens 2 archaic; many "Pegasi."* A pot hoard.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1891, pp. 217–254. Plate.

Lederer, P. Die Tetradrachmenprägung von Segesta. Munich, 1910, p. 54.

Barthelemy, A. de. Annuaire de Num., 1890, p. 184; Procès-verbaux, p. 9.

Spink and Son. Some additional (14) Syracusan medallions from the Santa Maria hoard which have come to light since Arthur Evans' descr. of that trouvaille ... 2 engr. plates.

* Cf. statement in Num. Chron., 1894, p. 218.

918*. Santa Maura (Leucas), ante 1847.

Burial—

140 image.

Chalcis.

Disposition:

Sotheby Sale, (A Gentleman, McDonald Coll.), June 21, 1847, p. 12, Nos. 179–187.

919. Sant' Angelo, Italy, 1925.

Burial—170–160 B. C.

146 image, 3205 Æ.

Aes grave 4; Brundisium 1; Copia 1; Paestum 1; Capua 1; Vetulonia 1; Roman Republican 144 victoriati, 2 den., 3196 Æ.

Disposition: Ancona Museum.

Cesano, L. Not. Scavi, 1931, pp. 615–637.

920*. Santorin (Anc. Thera), 1821.

Burial—

760 image.

Aegina 541; Naxos 15; Siphnos(?) 3. Uncertain of Caria with OΛV 48; Remainder uninscribed "incerti" assigned by Babelon to Cyme, Cyzicus, Thera, Paros, Andros, Uncertain of Asia Minor (Boar's head).

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. part (ex Borrell and Payne Knight Coll.).

Wroth, W. Num. Chron., 1884, pp. 269–280. Plate.

Borrell, H. P. Num. Chron., 1844, pp. 47, 133.

Greenwell, W. Num. Chron., 1890, pp. 13–19.

B. M. C. Crete and the Aegean Islands, 1886, p. xliii.

921*. Saradjaschak-Weli (Bulgaria), 1891.

Burial—c. 250 A. D.

640 Æ.

Imperial Greek: Tomis 500; Callatis; Dionysopolis; Istrus; Marcianopolis; Anchialus; Deultum; Hadrianopolis; Mesembria; Odessus; Topirus; Pella* *; Trajanopolis; Viminacium*; Nicopolis ad Istrum*; Pautalia*; Serdica*; Amphipolis*; Cassandreia; Nicaea Bith.; Caesareia Cappadociae; Perinthus 1 auton. Found in vase along with another containing 820 Roman denarii.

Disposition: Sofia; Philippopoli Cabinet.

Tacchella, D. E. Rev. Num., 1892, p. 93; 1893, pp. 51–77.

Kubitschek, W. Rundschau über ein Quinquennium der antiken Numismatik. Wien, 1896, p. 27.

Pick, B. & Regling, K. Die antike Münzen Nord griechenlands. Berlin, 1910, I, Part 2, p. 595, Note 4.

922*. Sardis, 1860(?)

Burial—

16 image.

Croesus types, 11 sigloi, 5 half-sigloi.

Disposition: F. Lenormant.

Lenormant, F. Annuaire de Num., 1873–74, p. 197.

923*. Sardis, 1863(?)

Burial—

178 image.

Persian sigloi 145; Croesus staters and half-staters 33.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Lenormant, F. Annuaire de Num., 1873–74, p. 201.

924.* Sardis, 1870(?)

Burial—

14 Ꜹ, image,EL.

Lydia 1 El; Croesus 3 Ꜹ hectes, 10 image st. and ½ st.

Disposition:

Lenormant, F. Annuaire de Num., 1873–74, p. 196.

925.* Sardis ("Basis Hoard") , 1911.

Burial—c. 195–190 B. C. (Regling)

56 image, 72 Æ.

Silver: Alexander III, 19 tetradr., 8 dr.; Philip III, 1 dr.; Lysimachus 10; Demetrius Poliorcetes 1; Antigonus II, 1; Eumenes II, 1; Seleucus I, 1; Antiochus I, 5; Antiochus II, 1; Antiochus Hierax 7. Bronze: Alexander III, 5; Philip III, 1; Lysimachus 11; Seleucus I, 3; Antiochus I, 18; Cassander 2; Macedonia 5; Cius 1; Attalid 4; Attalus II, 3; Cyme 1; Colophon 4; Ephesus 4; Oenoe 3; Seleucus II, 1; Antiochus III, 5; Achaeus 1; Croesus 1 image. Found in basis of cult statue of Artemis—not a hoard.

Disposition: Constantinople acq. 55 (note of Dr. Regling).

Bell, H. W. Sardis; Publ. of Amer. Soc. for Excav. of Sardis. Leiden, 1916, XI, pp. v, 1 and ff. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num. 1928, p. 96 (Dr. Regling questions that this is a "Schatz" and lists 55 coins examined by him in Constantinople in 1918. These comprise the silver coins described by Bell, with exception of the Croesus half stater).

926.* Sardis (Pot Hoard), 1913.

Burial—shortly after 160 B. C. (Regling).

61 image, Æ.

Alexander III, 30 image; Antiocheia (= Alabanda) 1; Aphrodisias (intrusion?) 1 Æ; Pergamum 2; Side 13; Seleucus I, 2; Antiochus I, 1; Seleucus II, 1; Antiochus III, 8.

Disposition: Constantinople 18.

Bell, H. W. Sardis; Publ. of Amer. Soc. for Excav. of Sardis. Leiden, 1916, XI, Part 1, p. iv. Plate.

Regling, K. Zeit. f. Num., 1928, p. 97. (Lists 18 seen in 1918 at Constantinople.)

927.* Sardis, 1922.

Burial—546 B. C.

30 Ꜹ.

Lydia (Croesus).

Disposition: Metropolitan Mus., N. Y., 3; remainder, Constantinople.

Shear, T. L. The gold of Croesus. Banker's Magazine, June, 1923, pp. 1003–09.

Numismatist, Aug. 1922, pp. 349–352; p. 597.

New York Times, June 14, 1922.

New York Times Book Review, June 25, 1922.

Am. Jour. Archaeol., 1922, XXVI, pp. 352, 396–400, illus.

Casts in Am. Num. Soc.

Sargetia River, see 1010.

Satalia, see 12.

928.* Satlej (Upper), India, ante 1870.

Burial—

image.

Dionysius 4; Apollodotus; Zoilus.

Disposition:

Num. Chron., 1870, pp. 86–87.

929.* Sava, S. Italy, 1856.

Burial—

image.

Incuse: Metapontum; Croton; Sybaris; Siris. Tarentum double relief dr., didr.

Disposition: A. Sambon acq. part.

Evans, A. J. The Horsemen of Tarentum. Num. Chron., 1889, p. 2, note.

Sambon, A. Recherches sur les monnaies de la presqu'île italique. Naples, 1870, p. 30.

Vlasto, M. P. Taras Oikistes. (N. N. M. No. 15) New York, 1922, p. 219.

930.* Scano (Cornus), Sardinia, 1855.

Burial—

600 + Æ.

Carthaginian.

Disposition:

Spano, G. Bull. Arch. Sardo, I, 1855, p. 155; IV, 1858, p. 65, 100. Plate.

Bornemann, V. Blätter f. Münzfr., 1900, p. 119. Plate.

Müller, L. Numismatique de l'ancienne Afrique. Copenhagen, 1861, II, p. 108.

931.* Schiso (Anc. Naxos), Sicily, 1852(?)

Burial—c. 410 B. C. (Evans).

2000 image.

Naxos 170 (6 of fine period); Eryx; Catana; Segesta; Messana; Rhegium; Panormus; Zancle; Gela; Agrigentum; Syracuse; Camarina; Selinus; Himera; Leontini; Heracleia-Minoa; Athens.

Disposition: Paris (ex de Luynes Coll. Cf. J. Babelon's Catalogue).

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1891, pp. 356, 374–376.

Cacopardi, G. Bull. dell'Inst., 1853, pp. 155–157.

Cavedoni, C. Bull. dell'Inst., 1855, p. 171.

Pogwisch, P. Bull. dell'Inst., 1853, p. 153 ff.

Romano, G. Sopra alcune monete scoverte in Sicilia. Parigi, 1862, 59 p. Plate.

Riccio, G. Bull. dell'Inst., 1854, p. xxxix.

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1888, p. 302.

932.* Schiso, 1853.

Burial—

26 image.

Zancle; Naxos; Rhegium. Found in jar.

Disposition: Berlin Coll.(?).

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., IX, 1882, p. 103.

Pogwisch, P. Bull. dell'Inst., 1853, p. 158.

Cacopardi. Bull. dell'Inst., 1857, p. 55.

933.* Schubin, Prussia, 1708.

Burial—

1 image.

A single coin of Neapolis (not Rhodes). Dr. Regling calls this "not a hoard, but a mystification." It is included here because of the undue prominence given this so-called hoard in numismatic literature.

Friedländer, J. Zeit. f. Num., 1878, p. 213.

Levesow, H. Über mehrere ... gefunden uralt griechischen Münzen. Abhandl. Berl. Akad. Wiss.; Hist.-Philol. Kl., 1833, p. 181. Plates.

Bayer. Commentt. Acad. Petropolitana xiv, Class. histor., VI, Opuscula Hal., 1770, 8, pp. 380 and 492. De Nummo Rhodio . . a 1708 prope Fischhausen reperto.

Gardner, P. History of Ancient Coinage, p. 9.

Seltman, C. T. Athens; its history and coinage. Cambridge, 1924, pp. 133, 148.

933a. Scutari, Albania, c. 1782.

Burial—

14 + Æ.

Æ of Ballaeus.

Disposition:

Neumann, F. Num. Pop. et Reg. II, 154.

934.* Sebes, Rumania, 1852.

Burial—

50 image.

Apollonia; Dyrrhachium; Thasos.

Disposition: Vienna.

Seidl, J. G. Archiv f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, IX, 1853, pp. 164–165.

Archiv d. Vereins f. siebenbürgische Landeskunde, N. F. III, Pl. 6; XIII, 1876, p. 242.

Jahrb. d. K. K. Centralcomm. zur Erforschung der Baudenkmale vom Jahre 1856, p. 14.

Mitteil, d. K. K. Centralcomm. zur Erforschung und Erhaltung der Baudenkmale, etc. 1856, p. 102.

935.* Sebeşul de Sus, Rumania, 1835.

Burial—

469 image.

Dyrrachium, etc.?

Disposition: Vienna acq. 58 Dyrrhachium.

Seidl, J. G. Archiv. f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, IX, 1853, p. 165.

Archiv d. Vereins f. siebenbürgische Landeskunde, IV, p. 21; N. F. XIII, 1876, p. 251.

936.* Segaro, Spain, 1881.

Burial—

1012 image.

Emporiae dr. with Celtiberian and Roman Republ. denarii.

Disposition:

Zobel de Zangroniz, J. Monatsberichte K. Akad. Wiss. Berlin, 1881, p. 809.

Pujol y Camps. Revista de Ciencias Historicas. Barcelona, 1881, pp. 142–162.

Amoros, J. Les dracmes empuritanes. Barcelona, 1933. pp. 27–32.

Gomez-Moreno, M. Annuario del Cuerpo Facultativo de Archiveros. Bibliotecarios y Arqueologos, II, 1934, pp. 15–16.

937.* Selci, Albania, 1870(?)

Burial—

3 image, 35 Æ.

Scodra 12; Lissus 1; Dyrrhachium 2 image, 14 Æ; Apollonia 1 image; Genthius 6; unidentifiable 2. A pot hoard.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Evans, A. J. Num. Chron., 1880, pp. 269–280.

Patsch, C. Numismatique de Byllis et d'Apollonia. Congrès Int. Num. Paris, 1900, p. 110.

938. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (1)

Burial—c. 165–66 A. D.

213 image.

Volageses III, 213 tetradr.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 85–86, 128, 234.

939. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (2)

Burial—c. 165–66 A. D.

5 image.

Volageses III, 5 tetradr.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 87, 128, 234.

940. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (3)

Burial—c. 165–66 A. D.

13 image.

Volageses III, 13 tetradr.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 87, 129, 234.

941. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (4)

Burial—c. 165–66 A. D.

65 Æ.

Volageses III, 65.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 88, 129, 234.

942. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (5)

Burial—c. 165–66 A. D.

110 + Æ.

Volageses III, 110 with large number of fractional issues.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 88–89, 129, 234.

943. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (6)

Burial—c. 198–99 A. D.

116 image.

Volageses IV, 116 tetradr.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 91–92, 130, 235.

944. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (7)

Burial—

27 + image.

Volageses V, 27 ('a small proportion of ... lot of tetradr. adhered together').

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 93, 131.

945. Seleucia (on Tigris), 1927–32. (8)

Burial—

27 Æ.

Seleucia 27.

Disposition:

McDowell, R. H. Coins from Seleucia on the Tigris. Ann Arbor, 1935, pp. 108, 143.

946.* Selinunte, Sicily, 1876.

Burial—

300 image, Æ.

Syracuse 1 tetradr.; Siculo-Punic 32 tetradrachms. Æ unattributed.

Disposition: Palermo Mus.

Not. d. Scavi, 1877, pp. 20 and 72.

947.* Selinunte, 1876.

Burial—

467 image.

Siculo-Punic, small and of same type, in leaden vase.

Disposition:

Archaol. Zeitung, 1877, p. 177. Not. d. Scavi, 1877, pp. 19, 71.

Cesano, L. in Trans. Num. Congress, Lond., 1936. Plate.

948.* Selinunte, 1877.

Burial—

9 image.

Libya (some struck over Carthage). Found near temple of Zeus Agoreus(?).

Disposition:

Not. d. Scavi, 1877, p. 132.

Bull. Comm. Antichita Sicilia, VII, 1874, p. 18.

Holm in Arch. Zeit., VII, 1874.

Archivio storico Siciliano, III, fasc. 3, 4.

949.* Selinunte, 1885.

Burial—c. 409 B. C.

48 image.

Catana 3; Gela 7; Himera 1; Leontini 4; Syracuse 21, Messana 3; Segesta 1; Selinus 3; Athens 4; Rhegium 1.

Disposition: Palermo Museum.

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1885, pp. 327–329.

950.* Selinunte, 1891.

Burial—

25 image.

Romano-Campanian quadrigati.

Disposition:

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1894, p. 211.

Rhein. Mus., 1905, p. 359.

Le Gentilhomme, P. Rev. Num., 1934, pp. 5–6.

951.* Selinunte, 1894.

Burial—

Many hundred image.

Romano-Campanian quadrigati, rev. Roma, incuse.

Disposition: Salinas acq. 36 type specimens out of 102 examined.

Salinas, A. Not. d. Scavi, 1894, p. 392.

Rhein. Mus., 1905, p. 359.

Le Gentilhomme, P. Rev. Num., 1934, pp. 5–6.

952.* Selinunte, 1903.

Burial—

20 Ꜹ.

Carthage.

Disposition:

Bollett. Num., Anno I, 1903 (cover of May-June issue).

953.* Selinunte, 1923.

Burial—c. 454 B. C. (Lloyd).

472 image.

Agrigenturn 88 didr., 3 tetradr.; Catana 2 tetradr.; Gela 25 tetradr., 70 didr.; Himera 2 dr., 1 didr., 1 tetradr.; Leontini 19 tetradr., 8 didr.; Messana 20 tetradr.; Selinus 25 tetradr., 75 didr.; Syracuse 85 archaic tetradr., 4 didr., 44 transitional tetradr.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. 12; Messrs. Hoyt Miller and A. H. Lloyd parts.

Lloyd, A. H. A recent find of Sicilian coins, Num. Chron., 1925, pp. 277–300, Pls. X-XIV.

Illus. London News, 1924, p. 1246, illus.

954.* Semenood, Egypt, 1897.

Burial—

1000 + image.

Tetradr. of Alexander IV (Ptolemy I Soter).

Disposition: Mme. Stamati Vinga acq. 300.

Dutilh, E. D. J. Jour. Internat., I, 1898, pp. 153–156.

Cf. Babelon, E. Traité, I, Part I, p. 23; and Mowat, R. Rev. Num., 1906, p. 294. Plate.

955.* Semenood, 1897.

Burial—c. 55 B. C.

51 + image.

Side Pamphyliae 43 tetradr.; Ptolemy XIII Auletes 8 tetradr. Many countermarked.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Dutilh, E. D. J. Jour. Internat., I, 1898, pp. 148–153.

Mowat, R. Corolla Numismatica. London, 1905, p. 189. Plate.

956. Semenood, 1897.

Burial—

image.

"Hacksilber"—468 fragments (weights given).

Disposition: Alexandria.

Botti, G. Bull. Soc. arch. d'Alexandrie, No. 1, 1898, pp. 25–38.

957. Semenood, 1907(?)

Burial—

c. 60 image.

Athens (imitations of "Sabaces' type) c. 60 tetradr.

Disposition: All but five melted.

Mavrogordato, J. Num. Chron., 1908, p. 204.

958.* Sendschirli (Sam'al), Syria, ante 1891.

Burial—

image.

Amorphous silver.

Disposition:

Lehmann, F. Berlin Anthrop. Gesell. Verhandl., 1891, p. 519.

Regling, K. Geld. Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 979.

959. Serbia, (Southern), 1925.

Burial—

5 Kgr. image.

Philip II barbaric imitations; Alexander III tetradr. and dr., w. imitations(?); Athens (early IV cent.—incl. imitations); Philip III; Demetrius Pol.; Lysimachus; Philetaerus; Attalus I; Eumenes I; Seleucus I; Antiochus I.

Disposition: Belgrade and E. T. Newell acq. parts.

Saria, B. Num. Zeit., 1927, p. 11.

960. Seres, Macedonia, 1913.

Burial:

60 image.

Attic tetradr. of Second period.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Soc. Arch. Bulgare, IV., 1914, p. 274, No. 64. (Bulgarian text.)

Seure, G. Rev. Num., 1923, p. 32, No. 64.

961.* Serra-Ilixi, Sardinia, 1857.

Burial—

5 Æ.

Ingots in form of double-axe.

Disposition: R. Cagliari Museum.

Svoronos, J. N. Léçons numismatiques. Rev. Beige, 1908, pp. 305–311, illus. = Jour. Internat., 1906, p. 161.

Regling, K. Geld. Pauly-Wissowa, Real-Encycl., VII, p. 973.

Pigorini, L. Pani di rame provenienti dall'Egeo scoperti a Serra Ilixi. ... Bull. di Palet. Ital., 1904, pp. 91–107.

Spano, G. Scoperte archeologiche fattesi in Sardegna in ... 1871. Caglieri, 1872, p. 49.

Willers, H. Num. Zeit., 1904, p. 11, note. (Refers Find to Nuragus, but evidence points to Serra Ilixi.)

962.* Seruk (Anc. Selge).

Burial—

Æ.

Selge of 2d and 1st cent. B. C. One small coin of Ceraitae.

Disposition:

Lederer, P. Selge. Berl. Münzblätter, 1918, p. 249.

963.* Sevastopol, Crimea, 1853.

Burial—

image.

Chersonesus Taurica (some struck over earlier issues of same city).

Disposition: Musée Kotschoubey, Berlin, Brit. Mus.

Imhoof-Blumer, F. Zeit. f. Num., 1878, V, p. 146.

964.* Shiraz(?), Persia, 1874.

Burial—

825 Æ.

Elymais; Orodes I, II; Phraates IV; Phraataces.

Disposition: Subhi-Pacha acq. 700; Mordtmann 125.

Mordtmann, A. D. Zeit. f. Num., 1876, pp. 223–234.

Allotte de la Fuÿe. Monnaies de l'Elymaide. Paris, 1900, p. 2.

Allotte de la Fuÿe. Rev. Num., 1919, pp. 47–78. Plate.

965. Sialkot District, India, 1906(?)

Burial—

Æ.

Apollodotus II and Zoilus (Panjab Mus. Cat. Pl. V, 338 and Pl. VII, 545).

Disposition:

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 5th ser., III, 1923, pp. 308–09.

966. Sialkot District, 1911 (?)

Burial—

200 image.

Zoilus (Panjab Mus. Cat., Pl. VII, 534) 200 dr.

Disposition:

Whitehead, R. B. Num. Chron., 5th ser., III, 1923, p. 308.

Sichem, see 727.

967. Sicily.

Burial—

28 Æ.

Himera 28 hemilitrae.

Disposition: Palermo.

Gàbrici, E. La Monetazione del bronzo nella Sicilia antica. Palermo, 1927, p. 208.

968. Sicily.

Burial—

33 image.

Himera 33 dr.

Disposition: Palermo.

Gàbrici, E. La monetazione del bronzo nella Sicilia antica. Palermo, 1927, p. 207.

969. Sicily.

Burial—

1180 Æ.

Syracuse (type Gàbrici V, 21) 1180.

Disposition: Palermo.

Gâbrici, E. La Monetazione del bronzo nella Sicilia antica. Palermo, 1927, p. 90.

970.* Sicily, 1837(?)

Burial—

235 image.

Zograph carefully lists 90 varieties of Corinthian staters and 1 dr.; Syracuse 2; Dyrrhachium 3; Ambracia 5; Alyzia 1; Anactorium 4; Leucas 31; Uncertain 2. Koehne's list adds 3 Siculo-Punic tetr., 1 stater of Argos Amphil., and gives the total for the hoard as c. 300 pieces.

Disposition: About 140 pieces formerly in P. Schouvaloff Coll., now in Hermitage.

Zograph, A. Num. Chron., 1928, pp. 115–130, Pl. VI.

Koehne, B. von. Zeit. f. Münz-Siegel-u. Wappenkunde; Mem. Soc. Archéol. Num. St. Petersbourg, 1847, pp. 121–144. Plate.

Bull. de la Soc. d'archéol. et de num., 1847, p. 44.

971.* Sicily, 1879.

Burial—c. 344 B. C.

52 Æ.

Syracuse 3; Adranum(?) 15; Alaesa 3; Locri(?); Uncertain of Sicily 31.

Disposition: Rollin and Feuardent.

Head, B. V. Num. Chron., 1879, pp. 217–218.

972. Sicily, 1888.

Burial—

70 image.

Selinus 70 didr.

Disposition: Palermo.

Gâbrici, E. La Monetazione del bronzo nella Sicilia antica. Palermo, 1927, pp. 207–08.

973. Sicily, ante 1890.

Burial—

11 + image.

Athens (Asiatic? imitations w. Egyptian hieroglyphs).

Disposition: J. Mavrogordato acq. 2.

Mavrogordato, J. Num. Chron., 1908, pp. 199–201, illus.

Photiades Pasha Sale. (Hoffman, 1890), p. 45.

974.* Sicily (interior), 1890.

Burial—

c. 200 image.

Syracuse (early issues) tetradr., dr.; Himera; Segesta didr.; Leontini; Agrigentum; Gela; Messana.

Disposition: E. J. Seltman acq. bulk of find; Berlin Cabinet a few.

Seltman, E. J. Zeit. f. Num., 1895, pp. 165–182. Plates.

Gabrici, E. Riv. Ital. Num., 1894, pp. 415–417; 1895, p. 30.

Lederer, P. Die Tetradrachmenprägung von Segesta. München, 1910, p. 53.

975. Sicily, 1898.

Burial—

33 image.

Selinus 33 didr.

Disposition: Palermo.

Gàbrici, E. La Monetazione del bronzo nella Sicilia antica. Palermo, 1927, p. 208.

976.* Sicily, ante 1905.

Burial—

image.

Catana tetradr. and dr.

Disposition:

Hirsch Sale, No. XIV, 1905. Vorwort and p. 13, Nos. 160–169. Plates.

977. Sicily, 1916.

Burial—

176 image.

Pegasi 159; Syracuse 1 decadr., 15 tetradr.; Leontini 1.

Disposition: Syracuse.

Noted by Mrs. G. P. Cammann.

Sicily, Western, 1888, see 261.

978.* Side (Eski-Adalia), Asia Min., 1922.

Burial—

18 + image.

Athens 1 tetradr. (before 407 B. C.); Corinth 1 st. (before 480); Side 12, possibly 19 (5th cent.); Aspendus 2 st., possibly 3 (c. 425); Citium 1 st. (c. 400–392). Found with jewelry. Seltman saw 18 pieces.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Seltman, C. T. A hoard from Side. 20 p. 2 Plates. New York, 1924.

Coll. R. Jameson, No. 2323.

Sidon, see 881–884.

979.* Sigeium, Asia Minor, 1852.

Burial—

Æ.

Achilleion 1; Cebren; Neandria; Ilium.

Disposition: First-named piece in Berlin (ex Fox Coll.?).

Borrell Coll., Sotheby Sale July 12, 1852, p. 18, No. 151.

980. Simitleri, Bulgaria, 1923.

Burial—

80 Ꜹ. 100 ± image.

Philip II, 80 st.; Alexander III, 100 + tetradr.

Disposition: Dispersed.

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull Inst. Arch. Bulgare, II, 1923–24, p. 229. (Bulgarian text.)

981.* Şimleu, Rumania, 1907.

Burial—

72 image.

Apollonia dr.; Dyrrhachium; with imitations.

Disposition: Budapest acq. part.

Harsanyi Pal. Num. Közlöny, 1908, pp. 113–115.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane XV, 1920, No. 35–36, p. 80, No. 81.

982.* Sinan Pascha (Karahissar), Asia Minor.

Burial—

31 image.

Alexander III, 24 dr.; Philip III, 7.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; from Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

983.* Sindrieşul Mic, Rumania, 1903.

Burial—

167 image.

Thasos 128 tetradr.; Macedonia under the Romans 39 tetradr. all with test-cuts.

Disposition: Budapest, greater part.

Gohl, E. Num. Közlöny, 1904, pp. 94–96.

Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XV, 1920, Nos. 35–36, p. 78, No. 68.

984. Siphanto (anc. Siphnos), 1931.

Burial—320–300 B. C.

30 image.

Siphnos, 1 stater and 3 tetrobs.; Athens 1 tetradr., 5 dr., 11 hemidr.; Rhodes 1 didr., 7 hemidr.; Alexander III, 1 dr.

Disposition: E. T. Newell.

Newell, E. T. A hoard from Siphnos, N. Y., 1934. (N. N. M. No. 64) 17 p. 1 plate.

Siracusa, see 1027.

985.* Skudljivac (Lesina?), Dalmatia, 1867.

Burial—

89 + Æ.

Heraclea 29; Pharos 60; Issa; Ballaeus; Di.........

Disposition: Nuber Coll., Esseg.

Kubitschek, W. Bull. Archeol. e Storia Dalmatia, XX, 1897, pp. 159–171.

986.* Slava Rus, Rumania, 1907.

Burial—

image.

Lysimachus dr.

Disposition:

See Bulet. Num. Soc. Romane, XIII, No. 27, 1916, p. 42, No. 63.

987.* Smyrna, 1865.

Burial—

44 + image.

Smyrna 40 tetradr., 3 dr.; Pergamum ('einigen Cistoforen').

Disposition: L. Meyer acq. 17; J. Whittall 10.

Meyer, L. Wiener Num. Monatshefte, IV, 1868, pp. 289–293.

Smyrna, 1875, see 255.

988. Smyrna(?), 1876(?).

Burial—ante 133 B. C.

54 image.

Cistophori: of Pergamum 4; Ephesus 20; Tralles 11; Parium 6; Sardis 2; Laodicea 1.

Disposition: E. H. Bunbury acq. part.

Bunbury, E. H. Num. Chron., 1883, pp. 192–93, Pl. X.

989.* Smyrna, near, 1884(?).

Burial—c. 210–190 B. C.

28 Æ.

Gambrium 3; Pergamum 2; Aegae Aeolidis 1; Cyme; Elea 1; Myrina Aeolidis 1; Erythrae 1; Uncertain. Found with 8 blanks(?), a lead weight, amorphous Æ.

Disposition: British Museum.

Hill, G. F. Was it the mint of Smyrna? Ridgeway, W., Essays and studies presented to him. Cambridge, 1913, pp. 110–115.

990.* Smyrna (Nymphi?) 1912(?).

Burial—

45 Æ.

Cyme 190 B. C.; some countermarked.

Disposition: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1913, pp. 389–395.

991.* Smyrna, (Nymphi?), 1912(?).

Burial—

306 Æ, image.

Temnos 3d cent.; Alexander III, 6 tetradr.

Disposition: J. G. Milne 52; A. H. Baldwin 38.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1914, p. 260.

Monatsblatt Num. Gesell. Wien, 1913, p. 164; Rev. Num., 1913, p. 588 (quotes Monatsblatt).

992.* Smyrna (?), ante 1916.

Burial—

74 Æ.

Smyrna.

Disposition: Brit. Mus. acq. 8; J. G. Milne, remainder.

Milne, J. G. Num. Chron., 1916, pp. 246–250; 1927, p. 38, note 3.

993.* Smyrna.

Burial—

149 image.

Sigloi mainly, many with small countermarks and hammered flat; 4 in halves.

Disposition: Constantinople.

Unpublished; from Dr. Regling's Ms. notes.

994. Soludervent, Bulgaria, 1925.

Burial—

6 Æ.

Nicaea 1; Philippopolis 1; Pautalia 2; Deultum 3.

Disposition:

Mouchmov, N. A. Bull. Inst. Arch. Bulgare, IV, 1926–27, p. 321. (Bulgarian text.)

995.* Someşul Cald, Rumania, 1844.

Burial—

465 image.

345 Dyrrhachium dr. found with Roman denarii.

Disposition:

Kenner, F. Archiv f. Oesterr. Geschichtsquellen, XXIV, pp. 377–383.