The ANS Lyceum

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ANS Lyceum


The ANS Lyceum is a new online educational offering from the American Numismatic Society. Over the course of several weeks, participants will have the opportunity to engage in interactive lectures and discussion sessions with ANS curators who will introduce the numismatic objects, economic history, and cultures of people from around the world and from different periods of history. The ANS Lyceum is open to all with no prior knowledge of numismatics or history required or expected. Full Press Release.

Contact Austin Andrews at aandrews@numismatics.org

Wednesdays,
12:30–2:00 pm (EST)

$100 for ANS Members
$250 for non-members

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Scholarships are available for students

May 19–June 30

Coins of Rome

with Executive Director Gilles Bransbourg
& Assistant Curator Lucia Carbone

Registration will be available April 21.

May 19—The Dawn of Roman Coinage (–91 BCE) 
May 26—Social War and Imperatores (90–27 BCE) 
June 2—Coinage in the Roman Provinces before RPC (150–50 BCE) 
June 9—Roman Provincial Coinage (50 BCE–298 CE) 
June 16—Augustus and the Early Empire (27 BCE–192 CE)
June 23—Crime and Punishment (193-301 CE)
June 30—The Golden Age (301-494 CE)

March 31–May 5

Coins from the Archaic to Hellenistic periods 

with ANS Chief Curator Peter van Alfen

Registration for this course is now closed.

March 31—Ancient Mints and Minting Technology
April 7—The Lydian Kingdom and the Earliest Electrum Coins
April 14—Archaic and Classical Greek Coins
April 21—Coinages of the Persian Empire
April 28—Hellenistic Royal Coinages
May 5—Hellenistic Civic Coinages

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