American Journal of Numismatics 5/6

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Contents:

  • Leo  Mildenberg. The Cyzicenes: A  Reappraisal
  • Charles A. Hersh and Hyla A . Troxell. A 1993 Hoard of Alexander Drachms from the Near East
  • Dimiter Draganov, Arthur Houghton, and Wayne Moore. Four Seleucid Notes
  • Steven Cerutti. Brutus, Cyprus, and the Coinage of 55 B.C.
  • Peter Kos. Festive Issues of Galerius from the Tetrarchic Mint of Siscia
  • Jane DeRose Evans. Heraclian Countermarks on Coins Found at Caesarea
  • Hodge Mehdi Malek. The Dabuyid Ispahbads of Tabaristan
  • Gerald M. Browne. New Readings of Legends on Gupta Gold Dinaras
  • Alan M. Stahl and Louis Waldman. The Earliest Known Medalists: The Sesto Brothers of Venice
  • Alan M. Stahl. Coins from the Excavations at La Isabcla, Dominican Republic, the First European Colony in the New World
  • A. J. Turner. A Seventeenth Century Calendar Scale for Medals and Mathematical Instruments
  • Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 10

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Hardcover, 157 pp., 12 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-275-4
ISBN-10: 0-89722-275-X
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Contents:

Paolo Visona. Carthaginian Coinage in Perspective
James A. Schell. Iconography of the Control Marks on the Alexander Issues of Soli, Cyprus
Charles IIersh. The Phoenicia 1997 Hoard of Alexander-Type Tetradrachms
Charles Hersh. Tyrus Rediviva Reconsidered
Elena Stolyarik. The Reign and Chronology of the Archon Hygiaenon
Oliver Hoover. Notes on Some Imitation Drachms of Demetrius I Soter from Commagene
Getzel M. Cohen. The Letters ΙΑΑΓ on Some Coins of Abila and Gadara
Jay M. Galst. A New Variety of a Roman Provincial Tetradrachm from Neapolis
Mary Marciaret Fulghum and Florent Heintz. A Hoard of Early Byzantine Glass Weights from Sardis
Gerald M. Browne. Three Notes on Gupta Coin Legends
Warren C. Schultz. Mahmud ibn ‘Ali and the “New Fulus”: Late Fourteenth Century Mamluk Egyptian Copper Coinage Reconsidered
Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 22

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Hardback, illus., ISSN 1053-8356, ISBN 0-89722-308-X/ 978-0-89722-308-9.

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Contents:

Katerina Liampi and Katerina Peristeri. Excavation coins from the Sanctuary of Dionysus in Kali Vrysi, Prefecture of Drama

E. R. Heintges. Babylonian (?) Alexander Hoard, 1996

Richard P. Miller and Oliver D. Hoover. The Sardes Mint under Seleucis I Nicator

Thomas Faucher and Catherine Lorber. Bronze Coinage of Ptolemaic Egypt in the Second Century BC

David L. Vagi. Tiberius Claudius Drusus (AD 20), Son of Claudius and Urgulanilla

Walter Scheidel. Coin Quality, Coin Quantity, and Coin Value in Early China and the Roman World

Joseph Daragan. “Old Coppers Driven out of Office.” Demonetizing non-Federal Coppers

Robert W. Hoge. Acquisitions for 2006, 2007, and 2008 in the American Numismatic Society Collection

American Journal of Numismatics 23

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Hardback, illus.,284 pp., 45 plates
ISSN 1053-8356
ISBN 10:0-89722-320-9
ISBN 13:978-0-89722-320-1.

Price: $75.00

Andrew R. Meadows, Editor
Oliver D. Hoover, Managing Editor

Contents:

Christophe Flament. A Note on the Laurium Stratigraphy and the Early Coins of Athens: The Work of D. Morin and A. Photiades and its Impact on the Study of Athenian Coinage
Emanuel Petac. From the Types of Alexander to Lysimachus: The Chronology of Some Mesembrian and Other West Pontic Staters
Arthur Houghton. New Light on Coin Production under Seleucus II in Northern Syria, Commagene, and Mesopotamia
David Hendin and Nathan Bower. Irregular Coins of Judaea, First Century BCE–First Century CE: New Insights from Comparisons of Stylistic, Physical, and Chemical Analyses
François de Callataÿ. More Than It Would Seem: The Use of Coinage by the Romans in Late Hellenistic Asia Minor (133–63 BC)
Gilles Bransbourg. Fides et Pecunia Numerata. Chartalism and Metallism in the Roman World. Part 1: The Republic
Bernhard Woytek. Die Cutters At Work: New Light on the Coinage Struck for the Syrian Koinon
Martin Beckmann. Trajan’s Gold Coinage Dated COS V, AD 103–111
Michael Fedorov. Early Medieval Chachian Coins with Lyre and Ram Horns Tamghas
Immaculada Socias Batet. The Power of Images in Antonio Augustín’s Diálo-gos de Medallas inscriciones y otras antiguidades (1587)
Robert W. Hoge. Seventeenth-Century American Coins in the Hunterian Museum
Robert L. Fagaly. Pricing Relationships of United States Type Coinage

Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 24

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Hardback, illus.,204 pp., 38 plates
ISSN 1053-8356
ISBN 10:0-89722-324-1
ISBN 13:978-0-89722-324-9.

Price: $75.00

Andrew R. Meadows, Editor
Oliver D. Hoover, Managing Editor

Contents:

Alain G. Elayi, Maryse Blet-Lemarquand, and Josette Elayi. Fluctuations in the Composition of the Silver Coinage of Byblos (Fifth–Fourth Century BC)
Selene Psoma. Obols, Drachms, and Staters of Bronze during the Hellenistic Period
Catharine C. Lorber. An Egyptian Interpretation of Alexander’s Elephant Headdress
Catharine C. Lorber. Dating the Portrait Coinage of Ptolemy I
Yoav Farhi and Catharine Lorber. A Note on Two Ptolemaic Bronze Coins from Israel
Aurel VÎlcu and Emanuel Petac. The Second Syrian War and Gold Staters of Alexander Type struck at Istros
Thomas Landvatter. The Serapis and Isis Coinage of Ptolemy IV
Georges Abou Diwan. Le monnayage civique non datée de Sidon: Opportunisme civique et pragmastisme royal (169/8–111/0 av. J.-C.)
Khaled Kiwan. Cinq trésors romains de Syrie
B. E. Woytek, M. Rodrigues, F. Cappa, M. Schreiner, M. Radtke, and U. Reinholz. Imitations of Roman Republican
Denarii: New Metallurgical Data
Michael N. Fedorov, Ralph A. Cannito, and Andrew V. Kuznetsov. Some Rare Early Qarākhānid Coins and Early Qarākhānid Appanage Rulers
Book Reviews

Alexander’s Drachm Mints II: Lampsacus and Abydus

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(Numismatic Studies 19, 1991)

by Margaret Thompson

Hardcover, 77 pp., 34 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-241-9
ISBN-10: 0-89722-241-5

Price: US$55.00

Contents:

Lampsacus
Attribution
Catalogue and Commentaries
Synopsis of the Coinage
Chronology
Abydus
Attribution
Catalogue and Commentaries
Synopsis of the Coinage
Chronology
Hoards
Alphabetical Listing
Gold Silver
Hoard Chart

Coinage of the Caravan Kingdoms: Studies in the Monetization of Ancient Arabia

CCKcovera_a(Numismatic Studies 25, 2010)

by Martin Huth and Peter G. van Alfen

Hardback
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-312-6
602 pp., 42 pls.

OUT OF PRINT

This volume represents the first comprehensive look at ancient Arabian coinage in toto since George Hill’s 1922 British Museum catalogue. In addition to a catalogue and updated typologies of Philistian, Nabataean, Minaen, Qatabanian, Sabaean, Himyarite, and Gerrhean coinages, among others, and die studies of the owl and Alexander imitations, this volume features essays written by numismatists, archaeologists, and epigraphists that situate the coins within their political, social, and economic contexts. As these studies demonstrate, the beginnings of coinage in Arabia followed two very distinct traditions, the first along a line running roughly from Gaza on the Mediterranean coast to the Hadhramawt on the Arabian Sea, the other in eastern Arabia, running along the Persian Gulf coast from the mouth of the Euphrates to the Oman peninsula.

Contents:

The Arabian Peninsula, 600 BCE to 600 CE (D. T. Potts)

The Circulation of Forieng Coins within Arabia and of Arabian Coins outside the Peninsula in the Pre-Islamic Era (D. T. Potts)

Monetary Circulation in South West Aravia between the Fourth and Second Centuries BCE: The al-Jawf Hoards of 2001 and 2002 (Martin Huth)

Gods and Kings: On the Imagery of Arabian Coinage (Martin Huth)

The Gold Coins (Martin Huth)

Notes on the Coinages of the Philistian Cities (Wolfgang Fischer-Bossert)

Important Additions to the Corpus of Nabataean Coins since 1990 (Oliver Hoover and Rachel Barkay)

Some Nabataean Questions Reconsidered (Martin Huth)

Athenian Imitations from Arabia (Martin Huth)

Die Studies of the Earliest Qatabanian and Sabaean Coinages (Peter G. van Alfen)

The Monetary Terminology of Ancient South Arabia in Light of New Epigraphic Evidence (Peter Stein)

The So-Called Cursive Legend Reconsidered (Martin Huth and Peter Stein)

Himyarite Kings on Coinage (Christian Robin)

A New Chronology for the Arabian Alexanders (Olivier Callot)

The “Abiel” Coins of Eastern Arabia: A Study of the Aramaic Legends (Michael C. A. MacDonald)

A Die Study of the “Abiel” Coinage of Eastern Arabia (Peter G. van Alfen)

Read a review in Bryn Mawr Classical Review.

View the Plates and Script Tables for Michael C. A. Macdonald, “The ‘Abiel’ Coins of Eastern Arabia: A Study of the Aramaic Legends”:

McDonald Plates – Part A (large file 13MB)
McDonald Plates – Part B (large file 12MB)