ΚΑΙΡΟΣ: Contributions to Numismatics in Honor of Basil Demetriadi

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edited by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry (2015)

Hardcover, 428 pp.
Black and White illustrations throughout
ISBN: 978-0-89722-338-6

This Festschrift honors Basil Demetriadi, and will be available for shipping in September 2015. This volume is limited to 150 hand-numbered copies, and will not be reprinted. It features 21 new, fully illustrated articles on ancient coins of the Greek world written specifically for this volume. The 428-page, hardcover book is printed on heavyweight, archival paper, bound in Greek-blue linen, and handsomely slipcased, featuring a silver stamp of an stater with eagle head and leaf.

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Contents:

Patricia Felch. Basil C. Demetriadi

Friedrich Burrer. Die Hemidrachmen-Prägung von Gyrton

François de Callataÿ. A Long-Term View (15th–18th Centuries) on Prices Paid to Acquire Ancient Coins

Wolfgang Fischer-Bossert. Die Eule der Athena

Evangelia Georgiou. The Coinage of Orthe

Jonathan Kagan. Maximilian John Borrell (c. 1802–1870). Dealer, Collector, and Forgotten Scholar and the Making of the Historia Numorum

Sophia Kremydi and Michel Amandry. Le monnayage d’époque sévérienne frappé à Aigosthènes en Mégaride

John H. Kroll. Small Bronze Tokens from the Athenian Agora: Symbola or Kollyboi?

Catharine C. Lorber. The Beginning of the Late Facing Head Drachm Coinage of Larissa

Aliki Moustaka. Bendis and the Wolf: An Unpublished Numismatic Type from Thessalian Phaloria

Olivier Picard. Corpus et classement des émissions: les bronzes hellénistiques de Thasos

Selene E. Psoma. Did the So-called Thraco-Macedonian Standard Exist?

Pierre Requier. Une rare série de Cos sans portrait imperial du IIIème siècle

Kenneth A. Sheedy. The Emergency Coinage of Timotheus (364–362 B.C.)

Derek R. Smith. New Varieties of the Eleusinian Triptolemos/Piglet Coinage from the BCD Collection

Vassiliki E. Stefanaki. Corpus des monnaies aux dauphins attribuées à Potidaion/Poseidion de Carpathos

Peter G. van Alfen. The Chalkid(ik)ian Beginnings of Euboian Coinage

Hans-Christoph von Mosch and Laura-Antonia Klostermeyer. Ein Stempelschneider auf Reisen. Die Antinoosmedaillons des Hostilios Markellos und Hadrians Reise im Jahr 131/2 n. Chr.

Mary E. Hoskins Walbank. Prospectus for Palaimon

Ute Wartenberg. Thraco-Macedonian Bullion Coinage in the Fifth Century B.C.: The Case of Ichnai

Arnold-Peter C. Weiss. The Persic Distaters of Nikokles Revisited


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An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards

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by Margaret Thompson, Otto Mørkholm, and Colin M. Kraay (1973)

Softcover, 408 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-068-2
ISBN-10: 0-89722-068-4

Price: $6.98 (no member discount)

Contents:

Maps: Greece-Western Euxine, Bulgaria, Rumania
Inventory:
Greece
Macedonia and the North
Thrace and the Western Euxine
South Russia
Asia Minor and Cyprus
The Levant
Egypt
The East
Italy
Sicily
North Africa
Spain
Gaul
Concordance: Noe-Inventory
Index of Hoards
Index of Kings and Dynasts
Index of Mints: Cities, Tribes and Districts

Greek Numismatics and Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Margaret Thompson

Greek Numismatics and Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Margaret Thompson

edited by Otto Mørkholm and Nancy M. Waggoner (Editions NR, 1979)

Hardcover, 326 pp., 41 pls.

This volume contains 30 articles (most of them in English) by prominent numismatists specializing in Greek coinage.

Contents:

Cahn, Herbert A. “Olynthus” and Syracuse.
Buttrey, T. V. – The Athenian currency law of 375/4 B.C.
Jones, Frances Follin – Fifteen turtles and tortoises.
Holloway, R. Ross – The bronze coinage of Agathocles / R. Ross Holloway.
Harrison, Evelyn B. – The iconography of the eponymous heroes on the Parthenon and in the Agora.
Jenkins, G. Kenneth. – A Tarentine footnote.
Meshorer, Yaakov. – Sepphoris and Rome.
Nicolet-Pierre , Helene – Les monnaies des deux derniers satrapes d’Egypte avant la conquete d’Alexandre.
Kleiner, Fred S. – The late Cistophori of Apameia.
Mildenberg, Leo. – Yehud : a preliminary study of the provincial coinage of Judea
Metcalf, William E. – New and noteworthy from Roman Alexandria. Pescennius Niger-Diadumenian.
Price, Martin Jessop. – On attributing Alexanders – some cautionary tales.
Kraay, Colin M. – The Isparta hoard.
Mitrea, Bucur. – Un tetradrachme Athenien du nouveau style decouvert en Dacie.
Morkholm, Otto. – The portrait coinage of Ptolemy V : the main series.
Naster, Paul. – Empreintes de sceaux hellenistiques de Warka et monnaies seleucides.
Oeconomides, Mando Caramessini. – The 1970 Myrina hoard of Aeginetan staters.
Kroll, John H. A chronology of early Athenian bronze coinage, ca. 350-250 B.C.
Zervos, Orestes H. – Near Eastern elements in the tetradrachms of Alexander the Great : the eastern mints.
Thompson, Dorothy Burr. – A numismatic comentary on the Ptolemaic cult oinochoai.
Thompson, Margaret. – A bibliography of the works of Margaret Thompson.
Waggoner, Nancy M. – Tetradrachms from Babylon.
Troxell, Hyla A. – Winged carians.
Weinberg, Gladys Davidson. On numismatic evidence.
Westermark, Ulla. Overstrikes of Taras on didrachms of Acragas.

The John Max Wulfing Collection in Washington University

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(Ancient Coins in North American Collections 2, 1979)

by Kevin Herbert

Hardcover, 30 p., 22 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-180-1
ISBN-10: 0-89722-180-X

Price: US$5.98 (no Member discount)

This slim volume is an illustrated catalogue of 437 Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins which John Max Wulfing (1859–1929) donated to the Department of Classics of Washington University in 1928, presented here in sylloge form.

Wheaton College Collection of Greek and Roman Coins

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(Ancient Coins in North American Collections 3, 1981)

by J. David Bishop and R. Ross Holloway

Hardcover, 32 pp., 32 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-190-0
ISBN-10: 0-89722-190-7
Price: US$4.98 (no member discount)

This volume is a catalogue of the entire Wheaton College collection of Greek and Roman coins as of 1981. The text deals solely with the basic numismatic data and plates of the collection, are also included.

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Coin Hoards X

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(Coin Hoards, 2010)

edited by Oliver Hoover, Andrew Meadows, and Ute Wartenberg Kagan.

ISBN 978-0-89722-315-7
Hardcover
List price: $80
Member price: $56

The tenth volume of Coin Hoards is again focused on ancient Greek coinage. The inventory contains records of 471 new hoards or re-evaluations of old ones, and provides an indispensable supplement to the Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards and previous volumes of Coin Hoards. Ten articles are devoted to the full publication of a series of important new hoards related to the coinage of the Seleucid Empire, and are accompanied by 67 illustrative plates. These studies constitute a major advance in our understanding of the coinage and economy of this period, both within the Seleucid Empire and in the neighboring Greek world archaeological literature, newspapers, and law reports of treasure trove cases more thoroughly than has ever been done before.

Contents:

Part I: Inventory
Part II: Articles
Commerce (“Seleucus I” Hoard), 2005 (CH 10.265), B. R. Nelson
East Arachosia (Quetta) Hoard, 2002 (CH 10.275), Richard P. Miller
Commerce (“Achaeus” Hoard), 2002 (CH 10.277), A. R. Meadows and Catharine C. Lorber
Commerce (“Pamphylia or Cilicia” Hoard), 2000 (CH 10.292), Oliver D. Hoover
Commerce (“Demetrius I” Hoard), 2003 (CH 10.301), Catharine C. Lorber
The Gaziantep Hoard, 1994 (CH 9.527; 10.308), A. R. Meadows and Arthur Houghton
Beth Ummar, Israel, 2001 (CH 10.315), A. R. Meadows
Northern Israel Hoard, 2002 (CH 10.319), Oliver D. Hoover
Seleucia on the Calycadnus Hoard, 2002 (CH 10.340), Catharine C. Lorber
A Late Seleukid Bronze Hoard, c. 1988 (CH 10.349), Nicholas L. Wright

Essays in Honour of Roberto Russo

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(Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG 2013)

edited by Peter G. van Alfen and Richard B. Witschonke

Hardcover, 426 pp.
Black and White illustrations throughout
ISBN: 978-88-7794-837-3
Price: US$100.00 (no member discount)

This volume is a Festschrift in honor of Roberto Russo. This volume includes important articles and research on Greek and Roman Republican numismatics written by some of today’s most important numismatists and scholars including: Keith Rutter, Christof Boehringer, Alberto Campana, Giovanni Santelli, John Morcom, Haim Gitler, David Vagi, Andrew Burnett, Andrew McCabe, Richard Schaefer, Andrea Pancotti, Roberto Russo, T. V. Buttrey, Richard Witschonke, Clive Stannard, Bernhard E. Woytek, Michel Amandry, Frank L. Kovacs, and Lucia Travaini.

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La Colección Cervera, Moneda Antiqua de Hispania

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by Ma Paz García-Bellido y William Metcalf, con la participatión de Gloira Mora y la colaboración de Encarnación González

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas and
Ediciones Polifemo, Madrid (2014)

Softcover, 468 pp.
(Spanish)
Black & white illustrations throughout
ISBN: 978-88-7794-835-9

Non-member price: US$90.00 plus shipping and handling
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The provenance of individual coins can sometimes be traced back to great collections of earlier centuries, but it is very rare that the entire contents of a coin collection from the nineteenth century are fully documented. It is fortunate for the numismatic community that one such instance is the outstanding collection formed by the Spanish ophthalmologist Rafael Cervera y Royo (1828–1903). In 1902, shortly before his death, Cervera sold his collection in its entirety to the great American Hispanophile Archer M. Huntington, along with a manuscript inventory listing the entire collection. That inventory, now at the American Numismatic Society in New York, together with the rubbings of Cervera’s collection made by Antonio Vives Escudero for his research on ancient Spanish coins, now at the Instituto Valencia de Don Juan in Spain, allowed María Paz García-Bellido and William E. Metcalf to identify the ancient coins from Cervera’s collection and match them with the photographs of Archer Huntington’s collection.

This book catalogues the 1,576 Iberian, Celtiberian, Greek, Hispano-Punic, and Roman Provincial coins from the Cervera collection, with every coin photographed and fully described. After the unfortunate dispersal of Archer Huntington’s collection in a series of sales since 2011, this book stands as the surviving monument to Cervera’s collection and the best resource for tracing its coins into the future. It is not only an astonishing time capsule of one of the great collections of nineteenth-century Spain; the importance of this collection for researchers working on early Hispanic coinage, from Vives to the present, makes this book an essential resource for any numismatist with an interest in ancient Spain.

Coins of the Holy Land

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(Ancient Coins in North American Collections 8, 2013)

by Ya’akov Meshorer with Gabriela Bijovsky and Wolfgang Fischer-Bossert; edited by David Hendin and Andrew Meadows

List price: US$190
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-283-9 Hardback, 2 vols, 344+244pp

The Abraham and Marian Sofaer collection consists of 4,000 coins and related objects produced by the peoples who inhabited the Holy Land from the Persian period in the 5th and 4th centuries BCE through the Crusader Kingdom in the 13th century of the modern era. Assembled over more than 30 years, the collection contains gold, silver and bronze coins of the Persians, Greeks, Samarians, Jews, Nabataeans, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, and Crusaders.

Highlights of the collection include a rich selection of the fractional silver coinage of Samaria; a comprehensive assemblage of the coins of the Hasmonaean and Herodian Jewish dynasties; superb examples of coinage issued during the Jewish revolts from Rome; fully representative runs of the coinages of the cities of Galilee, Samaria, Judaea, Idumaea, and the Decapolis under Roman rule; and rare examples of the Umayyad and Abassid coinages produced in Jerusalem and elsewhere.

All coins are fully described and illustrated on 238 plates. These volumes will serve as standard reference works for archaeologists, historians and numismatists studying two millennia of the history of the Holy Land.

Contents:

Galilee and Samaria
The Coins of Akko-Ptolemais
The Coins of Antipatris
The Coins of Caesarea
The Coins of Caesarea Panias
The Coins of Demetrias
The Coins of Dora
The Coins of Gaba
The Coins of Joppa
The Coins of Neapolis
The Coins of Samaria-Sebaste
The Coins of Sepphoris-Diocaesarea
The Coins of Tiberias
City Coins of Judaea, Idumaea, and Philistia
The Coins of Aelia Capitolina
The Coins of Anthedon
The Coins of Ashdod
The Coins of Ascalon
The Coins of Diospolis
The Coins of Eleutheropolis
The Coins of Gaza
The Coins of Marisa
The Coins of Nicopolis
The Coins of Al-Ramlah
The Coins of Raphia
The Coins of Yubna
The Decapolis and Provincia Arabia
The Coins of Abila
The Coins of Adraa
The Coins of Aylah
The Coins of Bostra
The Coins of Canatha
The Coins of Capitolias
The Coins of Charachmoba
The Coins of Dium
The Coins of Esbous
The Coins of Gadara
The Coins of Gerasa
The Coins of Hippos
The Coins of Medaba
The Coins of Nysa-Scythopolis
The Coins of Pella 188
The Coins of Petra 191
The Coins of Philadelphia 195
The Coins of Philippopolis
The Coins of Rabbathmoba
The Coins of the Samarians, Nabataeans, and Ituraeans
The Coins of the Samarians
The Coins of the Nabataeans
The Coins of the Ituraeans
Jewish Coins
Persian Period
Under the Ptolemies
The Hasmoneans
The Herodian Dynasty
Under Rome
The Jewish War
Under Rome
The Bar Kochba Revolt
Countermarks of Roman legions
Tyrian Shekels as Temple Tribute
Index
Bibliography

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