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
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American Journal of Numismatics 12

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James A. Schell. Observations on the metrology of the precious metal coinage of Philip II of Macedon: the “Thraco-Macedonian” standard or the Corinthian standard?

Peter G. van Alfen. The “owls” from the 1973 Iraq hoard

Melih Arslan and Ayca Ozen. A hoard of unpublished bronze coins of Ptolemy Ceraunus

Catherine C. Lorber. Large Ptolemaic bronzes in third-century Egyptian hoards

Brian Kritt, Oliver D. Hoover, and Arthur Houghton. Three Seleucid notes

Michael L. Thomas. An imitative unsealed semis from northern Etruria

Martin Beckmann. The early gold coinage of Trajan’s sixth consulship

David Woods. Julian, Gallienus, and the solar bull

Stuart D. Sears. An ‘Abbsid revolution hoard from the western Jazra (al-Raqqa?)

L. A. Saryan. An unpublished silver double tram of Gosdantin I (1298–1299), king of Cilician Armenia

Warren C. Schultz and Haim Gitler. A Mamluk bronze weight in the Israel Museum, with further comments on this rare metrological species

John A. Kleeberg. Three notes on the private gold coinage of the United States

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