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2002-10-15

Brunk, Gregory G. "Identifying Canadian Tokens and Medals: A Bibliographical Survey of Particularly Useful Journal Articles," Numismatica Canada 1.3 (September 2002), pp. 143-151.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Louis Mercier and Cie Enrg." Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 93-94, illus.

A description of card scrip issued by the Quebec City grocer, Louis Mercier, in the early 1900s. Text in French and English. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "J.-B. Laliberté," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 95-97, illus.

A description of tokens and advertising mirrors issued by the Quebec furier, J.-B. Laliberté, and a brief history of his company. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Boulangerie Rodolphe Lapointe Ltee." Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 98-99, illus.

A description of scrip issued by the Quebec bakery of Rudolphe Lapointe. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "Frederick William Kelsall," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 79, illus.

The author provides a brief biography of the Vancouver tobacconist, F.W. Kelsall and describes his store tokens. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "Early Vancouver Taxi Tokens," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 80-84, illus.

The author describes the tokens issued by six Vancouver taxi companies in the early 1900s. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "Wilfred Harvey Kipp of Port Alberni," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 88-90, illus.

The author provides a biography of the British Columbian postmaster, Harvey Kipp, who is known to have purchased tokens from the Thistle Rubber Type Company in the early 1900s, but whose types are unknown today. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "Thomas Shorthouse: Dairyman of Fernie," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 91.

The author provides a biography of the British Columbian dairyman, Thomas Shorthouse, who is known to have purchased tokens from the Thistle Rubber Type Company in the early 1900s, but whose types are unknown today. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "John McRae of Quesnel Forks," Numismatica Canada 1.3 (September 2002), pp. 127-140, illus.

The author provides an extensive biography for the British Columbian hotelier and general merchant, John McRae, and describes the tokens issued for use in his general store in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Irwin, Ross W. "Kitchener-Waterloo Ontario Summer Games Medal," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 109, illus.

A description and illustration of the medal issued to commemorate the 1977 Ontario Summer Games and the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Irwin, Ross W. "Guelph Downtown Board of Management Issues More Pewter Medals," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 110-111, illus.

Descriptions and illustrations of 12 medals depicting landmarks of Guelph, Ontario. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Jacobs, Wayne L. "The Bank of England Countermarks: A Reply," Numismatica Canada 1.3 (September 2002), pp. 123-126.

The author discusses the countermarked 8-reales used as a token currency by the Bank of England in 1797 and 1803. (Oliver D. Hoover)

James, Harry N. "The Bartholomew Tokens of Vanessa, Ontario," Numismatica Canada 1.3 (September 2002), pp. 141-142, illus.

A brief biography of the Ontario general merchant, Henry Bartholomew, and his son William Henry with a description of their tokens. (Oliver D. Hoover)

James, Harry N. "E. Desmarais, General Merchant, Chevalier, Ontario," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 85-87, illus.

The author provides a biography of Emmanuel Desmaris and describes the aluminum tokens issued for use in his general store. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Jensen, Eric. "Newfoundland and Labrador Medallions - 2001," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 103-108, illus.

Illustrations and descriptions of 21 medallions from Newfoundland and Labrador. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Kyle, M.H. "Unlisted Ontario Merchant Tokens #26," Numismatica Canada 1.3 (September 2002), pp. 157, illus.

Nichols, Gord. "J.E. Richards Dundalk Ontario - New Due Bill Listing," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 100, illus.

A description of a new $1.00 token issued by the Ontario merchant, J.E. Richards. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Stewart, D.M. "Quong Sang and Co., Stevenson, B.C." Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 92.

The author provides a biography of the Cantonese general store owner, Quong Sang, who operated in Stevenson, BC in the early 1900s and describes the tokens issued for use in his store. (Oliver D. Hoover)



2002-10-11

Eidswick, Dick. "In the Eye of the Beholder," The Celator 16.10 (October 2002), pp. 34-37, illus.

Fuld, George J. "Thomas Wyon's Medals of Washington," The Numismatist 115.10 (October 2002), pp. 1170-1175, illus.

The author provides a brief biography of Thomas Wyon and discusses the tokens and medals that he produced with the portrait of George Washington. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Jahncke, Ny K.-H. and E. Danner (ed.). Das Jestetter Dorfbuch. Asltenburg und Jestetten in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Lindenberg (2001).

Johannessen, Finn. "Just My Claudius II Ant's Worth," The Celator 16.10 (October 2002), pp. 22-30, illus.

Klein, Ulrich. "Exkurs: Die Münzen der Grafen von Sulz," in Jahncke, Ny K.-H. and E. Danner (ed.) Das Jestetter Dorfbuch. Asltenburg und Jestetten in Geschichte und Gegenwart (2001), pp. 157-159.

Krüger, Joachim. "Ein kleiner spätslawischer Münzschatz aus der Nähe der Stadt Garz/Rügen aus dem Jahre 1705," in Mangelsdorf, Günter (ed.) Aus der Frühgeschichte des südwestlichen Ostseegebietes, Greifswalder Mitteilungen 5 (2001), pp. 25-31, illus.

Archival sources reveal details about a small eleventh century hoard found in 1705, composed of five coins (1 Anglo-Saxon, 4 German). A Hungarian coin (Andreas) is also reported. (Peter Ilisch)

Neuzil, Chris. "How Lucky Can You Get?" The Numismatist 115.10 (October 2002), pp. 1155-1159, illus.

The author describes two silver War of 1812 naval medals sold on e-bay. One medal was struck to honor Captain Stephen Decatur Jr. and the other to honor Captain Jacob Jones. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Samant, Vanashree. "Coins of the East India Company," The Numismatist 115.10 (October 2002), pp. 1178-1183, 1249-1252, illus.

The author gives an overview of the coinages produced by the Madras, Bombay, and Bengal Presidencies of the British East India Company from the first Madras issues of 1639 to the fall of Mughal Delhi in 1803. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Vermeule, Cornelius. "Roman Provincial Coins II: The Statues in the Temples and Shrines - Personified Geography, Powerful Gods and Young Heroes," The Celator 16.10 (October 2002), pp. 6-20, illus.



2002-10-10

Arnold, Paul. "Die Währungsunionen von Zinna (1667-1690) und Leipzig (1690-1750/1763) unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des kursächsischen Münzwesens," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 221-248, illus.

Bergmann, Jens. Das kommunale und private Notgeld von Hagen, zugleich ein Stück Hagener Industrie - und Kommunalgeschichte. Hagen (2002).

Bock, Dieter. "Preismedaillen der Technischen Lehranstalten Dresden," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 52-54, illus.

The author describes prize medals for students issued at the Dresden Technical School between 1861 and 1926. The last prize was distributed in 1932. (Peter Ilisch)

Bruhn, Dieter. "Christoph Carl Pfeuffer, Königlich Preußischer Hofmedailleur," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 47-51, illus.

A biography of this medallist (1801-1861) working mainly for Loos and the Berlin mint. (Peter Ilisch)

Christmann, Thorsten H. "Die Reichsmünzordnungen und ihre Umsetzung durch die Reichskreise," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 197-219, illus.

Cunz, Reiner (ed.). Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15. Hamburg (2002).

Feldmann, Achim. "Eine Revolution in Amsterdam 1794/95," Münsterische Numizmatische Zeitung 32.1 (2002), pp. I-VI.

Fried, Thorsten. Die Münzprägung in Thüringen vom Beginn der Stauferzeit bis zum Tode König Rudolfs von Habsburg 1138-1291, Zeitschrift des Vereins für Thüringische Geschichte Beiheft 31 = Schriftenreihe der numismatischen gesellschaft Speyer vol. 41 . Speyer/Jena (2000).

This dissertation from 1990 investigates the development of money in Thuringia, where the number of markets and mints greatly increased by the late twelfth century. Two thirds of the mints were under secular control, one quarter under ecclesiastical rule, and the rest was royal. Cities did not play an important role in striking during this period. The author provides a survey of the active mints. (Peter Ilisch)

Gerhard, Hans-Jürgen. "Vom Leipziger Fuss zur Reichsgoldwährung. Der lange Weg zur "deutschen Währungsunion" von 1871/76," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 249-290, illus.

Grünewald, Mathilde. Pilgerzeichen, Rosenkränze, Wallfahrtsmedaillen. Die Beigaben aus Gräbern des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts aus dem Pfarrfriedhof bei St. Paul in Worms. Die Sammlung gotischer Pilgerzeichen im Museum der Stadt Worms, Der Wormsgau, Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Stadt Worms und des Altertumsvereins Worms e.V., Beiheft 36 . Worms (2001).

The author describes pilgrimage badges and religious medals found in excavated graves as well as the collection of gothic pilgrimage badges from the Worms Museum. (Peter Ilisch)

Klages, Claudis. "Wittelsbach trifft Habsburg. Ein Gedenkmedaillon von 1697," Das Rheinische Landesmuseum Bonn 2 (2002), pp. 33-36, illus.

The author discusses a 1697 medal of G.Hautsch and G.F.Nürnberger featuring the Habsburg and Wittelsbach dynasties. (Peter Ilisch)

Klüßendorf, Niklot. Der Schatz aus der Laneburg, Gemeinde Löhnberg, Kr. Limburg-Weilburg, verborgen ab 1687, Archäologische Denkmäler in Hessen 155. Wiesbaden (2002).

The author publishes and comments on a hoard of 211 silver coins (mostly guldens and gulden fractions), buried in a castle after 1687. (Peter Ilisch)

Klüßendorf, Niklot. "Zwischen Reform und Union. Das deutsche Geldwesen von 1945 bis 1990 im Spiegel der Zeitgeschichte," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 291-335.

Mangelsdorf, Günter (ed.). Aus der Frühgeschichte des südwestlichen Ostseegebietes, Greifswalder Mitteilungen 5. Frankfurt am Mainz (2001).

Petry, Klaus. "Vom Reich zur Region - von der Einheit zur Vielfalt: Die Entwicklung der Währungslandschaft Mitteleuropas im Früh- und Hochmittelalter," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 87-104, maps.

Stefke, Gerald. "Der 'Wendische Münzverein' als spätmittelalterliche Währungsunion und andere norddeutsche Münzkonventionen des 13./14. bis 16. Jahrhundert," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 145-195, maps.

Trraeger, Burkhard. "Der Kampf um Chandax, Numismatische Zeugnisse der längsten Belagerung der Weltgeschichte," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 89-93, illus.

A popular survey of the numismatic evidence for the Siege of Crete. (Peter Ilisch)

Weisenstein, Karl. "Die Münzpolitik der rheinischen Kurfürsten (Rheinischer Münzuverein) unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Einflüsse von Reich und Städten," in Cunz, Reiner (ed.) Währungsunionen, Beiträge zur Geschichte überregionaler Münz - und Geldpolitik, Numismatische Studien 15 (2002), pp. 105-143, illus.



2002-10-08

Dobrinić, Juljian. Rijećke i trsatske zavjetne medalje, medaljice i medaljoni/ Medaglie, medagliette e medaglioni ex voto di Fiume e Tersatto. Rijeka (2001).

A catalog of religious medals, medallets, and medallions from the Rijeka region of Croatia. Foreword by Igor Zic. Croatian and Italian text. (Oliver Hoover)



2002-10-07

Allen, Martin. "The Volume of the English Currency, 1158-1470," Economic History Review 54 (2001), pp. 595-611.

Arnold, Paul. "Die Chronologie der meißnischen Brakteaten im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 297-306, illus.

Aust, Horst. "Zuckmantel, sein Goldbergbau und die Dukaten der Breslauer Bischöfe," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 37 (2002), pp. 183-187, illus.

The author surveys gold mining in Zuckmantel (modern Zlaté Hory) and connects it to the striking of gold coinage by the bishops of Breslau in the sixteenth century. (Peter Ilisch)

Barth, Matthias. "‚Erscheint so Gott will Montags’. Deutsche numismatische Zeitschriften aus fünf Jahrhunderten - ein Überblick aus Anlass des 50-jährigen Bestehens des Numismatischen Nachrichtenblatts," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 350-387, illus.

Dannenberg, Hans-Dieter. "Zu einem Brakteatenfund in Jüterbog, enmtdeckt im Jahre 1958," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 37 (2002), pp. 63-72, illus.

The author reconstructs a bracteate hoard found in Jüterbog (Brandenburg) in 1958 (the main part being dispersed), and compares it to other hoards. Most of the coins are struck in the names of the archbishops of Magdeburg. (Peter Ilisch)

Feldmann, Achim. "Von Götingen nach Sayn-Wittgenstein. Dreier mit gotischem "G" aus den Jahren 1674 bis 1684," Münsterische Numismatische Zeitung 30.3 (2001), pp. X-XI, illus.

A silver 3-pfennig 1674 of Göttingen type with the letter G is attributed to the imitative mint of count Gustav of Sayn-Wittengenstein-Hohenstein. (Peter Ilisch)

Fried, Thorsten. "32-Schilling-Notplattenmünze aus Wismar von 1715. Eine außergewöhnlioche Erwerbung des Schweriner Münzkabinetts," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 131-133, illus.

Haidmann, Anton. "Silberbergbau um und Münzprägung im sächsischen Wolkenstein," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 73-75, illus.

The author attributes Prague grossi in the name of Johannes with a small ring between the lion's tail to the mint of Wolkenstein because the lords of Waldenburg used a similar ring as their coat-of-arms. (Peter Ilisch)

Heinz, Klaus. "Der neue königlich sächsische Fünfpfenniger 1862," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 67-68, illus.

After dealing with reserves from neighbouring countries, in 1862, the Kingdom of Saxony replaced its small billon 5-pfennig pieces with larger copper coins in accordance with a new coin law. The same law also introduced new designs for the other small change. (Peter Ilisch)

Ilisch, Peter. "Oberlothringen oder sächsisch-slawisches Grenzgebiet," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 37 (2002), pp. 6-7, illus.

The anonymous pfennig type with "Caesar Invictus" and Christogram is reattributed from Prüm to Merseburg under Bishop Thietmar in the period 1014-1024. (Peter Ilisch)

Klein, Ulrich. "Münzkabinett," Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Württemberg 51 (2001), pp. 183-188, illus.

In 2000 the Stuttgart cabinet acquired 140 objects, the most prominent of which are presented here. They comprise Greek imperials from Abydos and Pompeiopolis, a golden guilder of count Robert of Bar (c.1355/60), silver coins of Württemberg, Helfenstein-Wiesensteig and Sulz struck in course of the kipper crisis (c.1621/22), a gold medal of the bishop of Konstanz and other medals of 1747 (Stuttgart mint) and c.1916 (Tübingen University). (Peter Ilisch)

Krüger, Joachim. "Die Zuordnung der Prägungen Herzog Bogislaws XIV. von Pommern zur Münzstätte Köslin," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 253-255, illus.

Coins of duke Bogislaw of Pommerania comprise two parallel series with different arms. Using archival sources, the author concludes that the coins with the arms of the bishopric of Cammin are from the mint of Köslin and that the other series comes from the main mint in Stettin. (Peter Ilisch)

Link, Eberhard. "Schreibt man so eine Zwei? Bizarre Gedanken zur Datierung von Albusstücken aus der ephemeren Münzstätte Stromberg," Gelgeschichtliche Nachrichten 37 (2002), pp. 76-81, illus.

Albusstücken of the counts of Palatinate-Simmern are known bearing the dates 1663 and 1667. Based on die comparisons, the author concludes that the 1667 date is actually a misengraved 1662. Additional commentary on other issues of the short-lived mint of Stromberg, where these coins were made, is also included. (Peter Ilisch)

Schneider, Konrad. ""Auss des Kaufmanns Säckel"-Der oberrheinische Kreiswardein Wolf Krämer und seine Kommentare zum Geldwesen der Jahre 1605 bis 1620," Der Wormsgau, Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Stadt Worms und des Altertumsvereins Worms 19 (2000), pp. 38-61, illus.

The Warden of the Upper Rhenanian circuit observed and commented upon the circulation of foreign coinage in the region. The foreign coins were generally issues of low intrinsic value. (Peter Ilisch)

Schneider, Konrad. "Deutschlands numismatischer Wilder Westen: Birkenfeld, Lichtenberg, Meisenheim," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 51 (2002), pp. 97-99, illus.

A survey of the complicated currency relations in three small German territories during the first half of the nineteenth century. (Peter Ilisch)

Weisenstein, Karl. "Thilman von der Winterbach - Münzmeister in kurtrierischen Diensten," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 37 (2000), pp. 179-182, illus.

A biography of Thilman von der Winterbach, mintmaster of the Trier archbishop in the fifteenth century. (Peter Ilisch)



2002-09-25

Andrikopoulou-Strack, Jeanne-Nora et al. "Archäologische Begleitung einer Gasleitungstrasse von Kuchenheim nach Euskirchen," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 291-340, illus.

On pp. 339-40 there Is a list of 9 coins (3rd-4th century A.D.) found during the construction works/excavations, identified by Claudia Klages of the Bonn coin cabinet. For “Münzstempel” read “Münzstätte”. (Hans R. Baldus)

Becker, Wolf-Dieter and . "Eine Bustumbestattung mit Südfrüchten in Xanten," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 235-262, illus.

Important for dating the tomb was a Lugdunum as(?) of Titus Caesar dated to 77/78 A.D. (fig.5, obv.; p. 259, 2: correct ...CENSOR...). (Hans R. Baldus)

Bringmann, Klaus. Geschichte der römischen Republik. München (2002).

Several photos of Roman republican and early imperial coins are illustrated in the book. (Hans R. Baldus)

Bringmann, Klaus and Thomas Schäfer. Augustus und die Begründung des römischen Kaisertums. Berlin (2002).

In the chapter on sources, several coins are commented upon and illustrated. (Hans R. Baldus)

Christ, Karl. Sulla. Eine römische Karriere. München (2002).

Several enlarged photos of later republican coins illustrate this monograph. (Hans R. Baldus)

Figuerola, Miguel and María Paz García-Bellido. "Die Münzgegenstempel der legio VI in Hispanien," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 99-105, illus.

The sixth legion used three types of countermarks: 1. L : VI or similar, 2. spear-head, 3. spear-head and L VI. All appear on coins found in Spain and were struck either on Spanish local bronzes from the time of Augustus (type 1-2) or on sestertii of Claudius (type 3). (Hans R. Baldus)

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Zwei sizilische Bleimünzen in Münster," Boreas 23/24 (2000/2001), pp. 195-205, illus.

Publication of two lead coins, donated to the Archaeological Museum of the Münster University In 1999 (pl. 16): 1. A modern fake, combining a frontal bust of Helios (Roman ?) with an imitation of the famous 5th century B.C. satyr (seated frontally, drinking) from coins of Naxos/Sicily. 2. An ancient, struck lead version of a bronze hemilitron of Akragas. - There follows a detailed presentation and discussion of the meanings of this and other lead versions of coins in antiquity. (Hans R. Baldus)

Heinrichs, Johannes. "Zur Topographie des ubischen Neuss anhand einheimischer Münznominale," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 69-98, illus.

Important for the localization of the first Ubian vicus (ca. 19-16 B.C.) at Neuss is a small group of Celtic silver quinarii (type: Scheers 57) of the 2nd half of the 1st century B.C., found circa 1900 in the area of the Sels brickworks and recently rediscovered. (Hans R. Baldus)

Krumeich, Ralf. "Der Kaiser als syrischer Priester: Zur Repräsentation Elagabals als sacerdos dei Solis Elagabali," Boreas 23/24 (2000/2001), pp. 107-112, illus.

Depictions of the emperor Elagabalus (218-222 A.D.) sacrificing to 'his' god on Roman coins are compared with those of Syrian priests on reliefs of about the same period: An attribute characteristic for them all is the (bunch of) - green - twig(s) in the hand/arm of the priest (pls. 11-12). (Hans R. Baldus)

Mattern, Torsten. ""Vielheit und Einheit". Zu Erscheinungsbild und Wirkung römischer Tempelarchitektur," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 1-30, illus.

The reverses of two late republican denarii depicting temples are used for illustration. (Hans R. Baldus)

Meyer, Hugo. Prunkkameen und Staatsdenkmäler römischer Kaiser. Neue Perspektiven zur Kunst der frühen Prinzipatszeit. München (2000).

Several times Roman imperial coins are illustrated for comparison. (Hans R. Baldus)

Piepenbrink, Karen. Konstantin der Große und seine Zeit. Darmstadt (2002).

Some Roman coins related to the conversion of Constantine are mentioned and illustrated by simple sketches. (Hans R. Baldus)

Prottung, Petronella. Darstellungen der hellenistischen Stadttyche, Charybdis 9. Münster (1995).

This illustrated monograph deals with the veiled and turreted head of Tyche or the depiction of the city-goddess standing or seated (similar to the Eutychides' statue at Antioch) on coins and other archaeological media. (Hans R. Baldus)

Rebenich, Stefan. Theodor Mommsen. Eine Biographie. Münster (2002).

The Nobel medal, given to Theodor Mommsen in 1902 together with the Nobel Prize for Literature and still in the possession of a family member, is illustrated on p. 97 (engraved with name and year). (Hans R. Baldus)

Reden, Sitta von. "Money in the Ancient Economy: A Survey of Recent Research," Klio 84.1 (2002), pp. 141-174, illus.

Parts of the article touch on numismatic interests. (Hans R. Baldus)

Rieckhoff, Sabine and Jörg Biel (ed.). Die Kelten in Deutschland. Stuttgart (2001).

Celtic coinage is mentioned several times in this illustrated manual (see index, pp. 532-33). Some casting-moulds, single Celtic coins and hoards found in Germany are illustrated. (Hans R. Baldus)

Ritter, Stefan. Bildkontakte. Götter und Heroen in der Bildsprache griechischer Münzen des 4. Jahrhunderts v.Chr. Berlin (2002).

A University of Freiburg/Breisgau "Habilitationsschrift", published as a monograph and illustrated by 7 plates. (Hans R. Baldus)

Schulzki, Heinz-Joachim. "Bursche, Aleksander. Later Roman-Barbarian contacts in Central Europe. Numismatic evidence. 1996," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 560-561.

Schulzki, Heinz-Joachim. "Bertoldi, Maria Elena. Antike Münzfunde aus der Stadt Rom (1870-1902). Il problema delle provenienze. Die Fundstellen. 1997," Bonner Jahrbücher 199 (1999 [2002]), pp. 601-602.

Stoll, Oliver. Zwischen Integration und Abgrenzung: Die Religion des Römischen Heeres im Nahen Osten. Studien zum Verhältnis von Armee und Zivilbevölkerung im römischen Syrien und den Nachbargebieten. St. Katharinen (2001).

Two chapters address the numismatic aspects of the monograph: pp. 380-417 Stadt und Garnison. Eine Symbiose im Spiegel der Münzprägung; pp. 504-571 Numismatische Zeugnisse zu Fahnentieren und "Legionswappen". (Hans R. Baldus)

Storm, Elfirede. Massinissa. Numidien im Aufbruch. Stuttgart (2001).

The book contains short chapters on Numidian coinage under the great king (died 148 B.C.) and his successors (pp. 96-98) and on Numidian coins found in the Balkans (pp. 98-99). Fig. 19 illustrates some royal Numidian silver and bronze coins of Syphax, Vermina and Massinissa. (Hans R. Baldus)

Wallraff, Martin. Christus Verus Sol. Sonnenverehrung und Christentum in der Spätantike, Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum. Ergänzungsband 32. Münster (2001).

Constantinian coins and medallions with Sol invictus as comes of the emperor, as well as Constantinian consecration coins (rev. emperor in quadriga driving to heaven, received by the hand of God), are described and illustrated. (Hans R. Baldus)

Weiser, Wolfram. "Wolters, Reinhard. Nummi signati. Untersuchungen zur römischen Münzprägung und Geldwirtschaft, 1999," Historia 275.1 (August 2002), pp. 155-156.

Winter, Engelbert and Beate Dignas. Rom und das Perserreich, zwei Weltmächte zwischen Konfrontation und Koexistenz. Berlin (2001).

Some Roman imperial coins of the 3rd century AD relating to Sasanian-Roman contacts are described. Illustrations are based on those of H. Cohen's catalogue. (Hans R. Baldus)

Zwicker, Ulrich. Griechische Münzen (Griechenland, Ägäis, Pontus, Paphlagonien und Bithynien). Sammlung Zwicker, Teil 2, Katalog der Münzen in der Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg 4. Erlangen (1996).

An illustrated catalogue of about 1120 coins with commentary on metal content and structure. (Hans R. Baldus)

Zwicker, Ulrich. Antike Münzen aus Kleinasien (Mysien bis Pisidien). Sammlung Zwicker, Teil 3, Katalog der Münzen in der Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg 5. Erlangen (1996).

An illustrated catalogue of about 1810 coins with commentary on metal content and structure. No. Z1811 is actually a coin of Laodicea ad Mare in Syria, not of Laodicea in Phrygia. (Hans R. Baldus)



2002-09-23

Bobbitt, Stephen L. "Anthony J. Swiatek: "The Teacher"," The Numismatist 115.8 (August 2002), pp. 882-886, illus.

A biography of the winner of the American Numismatic Association's 2002 Farran Zerbe Memorial Award for Distinguished Service. (Oliver Hoover)

Brunk, Gregory G. "More on the Fake Nor'wester," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 60.

The author comments upon the origins and prior use of a fake beaver pelt token of the North West Company. (Oliver Hoover)

Clarke, William N. "Knights of Labor, Oshawa, August 13th, 1883," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 64-78, illus.

The author discusses archive photographs of Hastings Street, Vancouver, showing the original location of Jacoby Bros. Ltd., a local manufacturer of medals and tokens. The local brach of the Dominion Bank is also depicted. (Oliver Hoover)

Jacobs, Wayne L. "The Fake Nor'westers: An Update," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 59, illus.

An illustration and description of a fake beaver pelt token of the North West Company. (Oliver Hoover)

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Two Views of Vancouver, 1936," Numismatica Canada 1.2 (June 2002), pp. 61-63, illus.

The author discusses archive photographs of Hastings Street, Vancouver, showing the original location of Jacoby Bros. Ltd., a local manufacturer of medals and tokens. The local brach of the Dominion Bank is also depicted. (Oliver Hoover)

Manz, George. "A Taste of English Tavern Tokens," The Numismatist 115.8 (August 2002), pp. 890-897, illus.

The author describes English tavern tokens of the seventeenth century and the historical period in which they were used. (Oliver Hoover)

Weber, Charles E. "Inspiration of the Ancients," The Numismatist 115.8 (August 2002), pp. 901-908, illus.

The author catalogues 66 coin types produced in the late ninteenth and twentieth centuries based on typological models of ancient coins. (Oliver Hoover)



2002-09-21

Allen, Harold Don. "Latter-Day Notes for ‟Southern” Branches," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 26-27, illus.

Allen, Harold Don. "Small Chartereds: Tidying the Record," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 10-13, illus.

Bell, Geoffrey G. "Register of Surviving Notes of the Maritime Bank of the Dominion of Canada," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 124.

Brown, Harold. "1878 $2 Payable at Toronto, Countersigned by H.M. Drummond," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 102, illus.

Brown, Harold. "Update on Imprints of the $1 Lettered Border Issue of 1878," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 106, illus.

Brown, Harold. "Bank Note Sheet Serial Numbers," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.3 (September 2002), pp. 68-69, illus.

Cunningham, Norman. "Signature Varieties on 1935 Royal Bank of Canada Small Size Notes," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 105, 108, illus.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. "Register of Surviving Notes (Fully Issued) of the Commercial Bank of Newfoundland - Pound Issues," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 8.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. "Register of Surviving Notes (Fully Issued) of the Commercial Bank of Newfoundland - Dollar Issues," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 42-45.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. "Register of Surviving Government of Newfoundland 1920 Treasury Notes," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 49-51.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. "Register of Surviving Scrip of the R.G. Reid and N.N.W. Railway," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.3 (September 2002), pp. 82.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. "Register of Surviving Union Bank of Newfoundland Dollar Issues (Fully Issued)," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 112-113.

Eisenhauer, Harry M. and R.J. Graham. "Register of Surviving Notes of the Dominion of Canada $2 1887," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 18-19, illus.

Evans, David. "$5 Misplaced Back Plate Number Update," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 110-111.

Graham, R.J. "George Percival Scholfield," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 6-7, illus.

Graham, R.J. "Why are there two colours of the commercial bank of Newfoundland $2 of 1888?" Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 45-46.

Graham, R.J. and Harry M. Eisenhauer. "Register of Surviving Notes of the Province of Canada," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.3 (September 2002), pp. 70-72, illus.

Holzbauer, Martin. "1991 $20 Notes with and without Back Position Numbers," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 41, 53-54.

Holzbauer, Martin. "Linkage between Serial Numbers and Position Numbers," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 58-59.

Pomerleau, Gilles. "Replacement Notes," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 4-5.

Roebuck, Don. "The Birds of Canada Position Numbers: Some Observations, some Hypotheses, some Speculations and some Questions," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.2 (June 2002), pp. 36-40, illus.

Roebuck, Don. "The Birds of Canada Serial Numbers and the Knight-Dodge $20's," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.3 (September 2002), pp. 77-81, illus.

Thorne, Darrell. "New Varieties," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 10.1 (March 2002), pp. 16-17, illus.

Wojtiw, Lub. "Review of the AUG to AUN Prefixes of the $2 Bird Notes," Canadian Paper Money Newsletter 9.4 (December 2001), pp. 106-108, illus.



2002-09-20

Bjeloš, Nenad. "Letački i padobranski amblemi 1," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 51-53, illus.

Brzić, Aleksandar N. and Vukoje Pjevčević. "Jedna dosad neodređena punca na dukatima Austro-Ungarske monarhije," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 22-24, illus.

The author compares an heraldic countermark on an Austro-Hungarian ducat of 1914 to the heraldry of contemporary state coats-of-arms. (Oliver Hoover)

Dimitrijević, Sergije. "Kovnice novca u Trepčinim rudnicima," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 18, illus.

Grbović, Duško. "Orden Svetog Save Srpske pravoslavne crkve," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 45-46, illus.

Jamušakov, Đorđe. "Novac kralja Nikole Iločkog," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 19-21, illus.

An overview of the types and variants of the siver coinage produced by King Nikola Iločki. (Oliver Hoover)

Jelinďić, Zmago. "Jubilarni novac Slovenije," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 36, illus.

The author describes and illustrates the paper money issued by Slovenia to celebrate its tenth year as an autonomous state. (Oliver Hoover)

Jevtić, Branko . "Oznake za kape Austro-ungarske vojske," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 55, illus.

Jovanović, Miroslav. Serbien [sic!] Medieval Coins. Belgrade (2002).

Koprivica, Srđan R. "Lokalni novac kolonije Viminacijum 3," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 10-12, illus.

Part three in a study of the provincial coinage of Viminacium. (Oliver Hoover)

Mandić, Ranko. "Euro novi novac Evrope," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 34, illus.

A description of the new euro coinage of the European Union. (Oliver Hoover)

Miletić, Rista. "Novac "Raiskog geta"," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 35, illus.

The author describes and illustrates paper money issued by the Nazi authorites of the Terezin concentration camp. (Oliver Hoover)

Mitrović, Nebojša. "Olimpijade nekad i das," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 56, illus.

Paunović, Goran. "Kovani novac dinastije Obrenović 3," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 25-27, illus.

The third part in a study of the coinage produced by the nineteenth century Obrenović kings of Serbia. (Oliver Hoover)

Petrović, Slavoljub. ""Govor" novca," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 37-39, illus.

Stojaković, Slobodanka. "Novac i umetnost srpskog srednjeg veka 1," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 13-17, illus.

In this first part of a study of late medieval Serbian coinage the author shows that the types were derived from contemporary religious art. (Oliver Hoover)

Stolica, Radomir. "Orden Nemanje," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 47-49, illus.



2002-09-17

Boddington, Captain J. "Two New Canadian Police Medals: The Edmonton Police Service Medal of Valour and Medal of Honour," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 24-25, illus.

Two new decorations are described and illustrated by the author. (Oliver Hoover)

Douglas, Scott E. "Creelman Bros." Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 28-31, illus.

The author provides a brief overview of the Creelman family businesses in stationery, sewing, and knitting machines as well as an illustration of a $2.00 paper store token. (Oliver Hoover)

Douglas, Scott E. "Unlisted Ontario Merchant Tokens #24," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 44, illus.

Descriptions and illustrations of three new merchant tokens. (Oliver Hoover)

Faulkner, Chris. "Unreported Dairy and Bakery Tokens," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 46, illus.

Descriptions of a bakery token issued by F.H. Martelock in Ottawa and a dairy token issued by Graham's Dairy, Alexandria, Ontario.. (Oliver Hoover)

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Boulangerie Rodolphe Lapointe," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 41-43, illus.

A description of the Quebec City bakery owned by Rodolphe Lapointe and the scrip that it produced. Fench and English text. (Oliver Hoover)

Greene, Ronald A. "Some Saanich, B.C. Dairies," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 32-40, illus.

The author describes and illustrates 21 tokens used by local dairies in Saanich, British Columbia. (Oliver Hoover)

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Background to the Banque Du Peuple Br-715," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 2-17, illus.

The author discusses the Banque Du Peuple's Br-715 issue of 1837, which was probably banned in Lower Canada under the withdrawal edict of February 1839, but which continued to circulate in copper-hungry Upper Canada until about 1870. (Oliver Hoover)

James, Harry N. "Store Tokens of Hickson, Ontario," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 26-27, illus.

The author describes and illustrates aluminum store tokens issued by C.P. Harwood as well as due bills and trading cards issued by R.G. Nichol. (Oliver Hoover)

Josiphovski, Pero. Rimskata monetarnica vo Stobi/Roman Mint of Stobi. Skopje (2001).

Leighton, Eric. "Nova Scotia's 1856 Mintage Figures," Numismatica Canada 1.1 (March 2002), pp. 18-23.

Citing the evidence of Nova Scotia legislative records and private letters, the author reconstructs the production of the 1856 copper token coinage. (Oliver Hoover)

Mercieri, Dennis. "A Numismatic Journey beyond September 11," The Numismatist 115.9 (September 2002), pp. 1006-1010, 1088, illus.

The author discusses medallic coins and medals struck to commemorate the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001. These commemoratives are compared to earlier coins and medals issued to commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor, the sinking of the Titanic and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. (Oliver Hoover)

Pedalino, Luigi. "Peter Cooper: Fostering the Numismatic Arts," The Numismatist 115.9 (September 2002), pp. 1012-1021, illus.

The author presents a biography of Peter Cooper, the founder of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City. Brief biographies are also given for the important US coin designers who attended the Cooper Union: Augustus Saint-Gaudens, John Flanagan, Adolph Weinman, Victor Brenner and Antonio de Francisci. (Oliver Hoover)

Smith, Richard L. "The Money of Old Timbuktu," The Numismatist 115.9 (September 2002), pp. 1023-1029, 1113-1114, illus.

The author gives an overview of the financial history of the Malian city of Timbuktu and its importance as a source of gold in the ancient, medieval and early modern periods. The coinage of foreign Islamic dynasties and European states that circulated in West Africa. Special attention is given to the use of cowrie shells as a vehicle of exchange in the local economy. (Oliver Hoover)



2002-09-16

Bradt, Don. "Gas Bar Varieties," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 4.3 (June 1994), pp. 36-37, illus.

Descriptions and illustrations of "different 4", "cat at gas bar" and "Lake Winnipegosis" varieties of Canadian Tire gas bar scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Bradt, Don. ""Forged Coupon"," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 38, illus.

A description and illustration of a humorous imitation of Canadian Tire scrip printed for the Metropolitan Life insurance company. (Oliver Hoover)

Fourre, Jerome. "The Yellow Twos Are Out," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 39, illus.

The author announces the release of yellow two dollar (CTC S11-F) scrip by the Canadian Tire Corporation. (Oliver Hoover)

Fox, Roger. ""Condensed" Serial Numbers in Ten Cent Series," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 43, illus.

A description and illustration of a new example of a "condensed" serial number on Canadian Tire scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Holmes, N.M.McQ. "Scottish Coinage in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 45-60, illus.

Irwin, Ross W. "How Small Things Change," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 43.

A description of changes to the design of Canadian Tire 3-times and 4-times gas bar scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Lyon, Stewart. "Blackburn, Mark A.S. amd David N. Dumville. Kings, Currency and Alliances; History and Coinage of Southern England in the Ninth Century. Studies in Anglo-Saxon History 9 (Woodbridge, 1998), 259 pp. illus. ," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 169-171.

Metcalf, D.M. "Determining the Mint-Attribution of East Anglian Sceattas through Regression Analysis," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 1-11.

Mitchell, Peter. "Finn, Patrick (1942-2000)," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 181-182.

Paszkiewicz, Boris. "Two 'Crossraguel Pennies' found in Gdañsk and the Problem of their Function on the Continent," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 83-89, illus.

Proulx, Claude. "Cleaning Bank Notes," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 42.

The author describes various methods for cleaning banknotes. (Oliver Hoover)

Robb, Don. "Sandy McTire Up-Date," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 42.

The author updates the listings of Canadian Tire Pit Stop scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Robb, Don. ""Close" Serial Numbers," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 43.

The author updates the listings of Canadian Tire scrip in the 1974 S4 series with "close" serial numbers. (Oliver Hoover)

Robinson, Paul. "Two Finds of Seventeenth-Century Tokens," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 152-153.

Rozeboom, Ron. ""Counterfeit Coupons"," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 38.3 (June 1994), pp. 38.

An account of an attempt to pass counterfeit Canadian Tire scrip (CTC S11-E series) in Mississauga, Ontario. (Oliver Hoover)

Sharp, Michael. "Mass, Jeffrey (1940-2001)," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 182-183.

Sharp, Michael. "Woolf, Noël (1911-2001)," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 183.

Smart, Veronica. "Aldates, Gadutels and Badigils: Identification of Moneyers in the Northumbrian Coinage," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 141-143, illus.

Stewartby, Lord. "Delmé-Radcliffe, Gladys Margaret (1913-2000)," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 180-181.

Stocker, Mark. "'Coins of the People': The 1967 New Zealand Decimal Coin Reverses," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 124-138, illus.

Thompson, R.H. "Edward Nourse and a Farthing's Worth of Copper," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 147-150, illus.

Woodhead, Peter. "Beresford-Jones, Richard Duncan (1903-2000)," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 180.



2002-09-15

Bourne, Marcy Leavitt. "Talking with Leonda Finke," The Medal 38 (Spring 2001), pp. 65-79, illus.

Profile of Leonda Finke, sculptor and medallist. (Marcy Leavitt Bourne)

Bourne, Marcy Leavitt. "Talking with Ronald Pennell," The Medal 39 (Autumn 2001), pp. 62-76, illus.

Profile of Ronald Pennell, an artist in glass and bronze. (Marcy Leavitt Bourne)

Duchamp, Michel. "L'apothéose de Napoléon par Adolphe David," The Medal 38 (Spring 2001), pp. 56-62, illus.

A cameo in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris. (Martin Allen)

Eimer, Christopher. "A Portrait of Sir Samuel Wilks by Florence Newman," The Medal 38 (Spring 2001), pp. 63-64, illus.

A plaster relief by the medallist Florence Newman. (Martin Allen)

Eisler, William. "The Medal and Protestant Diplomacy: Jean Dassier and his Ecclesiastical Patrons in Geneva and England 1725-1731," The Medal 39 (Autumn 2001), pp. 16-23, illus.

The medallic series Les réformateurs de l'Eglise (1725) by the Genevan artist Jean Dassier (1676-1763) played a significant role in cementing ties between the Protestant churches in Geneva, England and Switzerland. (William Eisler)

Khalil, L. and J. Kareem. "Abbasid Pottery from Area E at Khirbet Yajuz, Jordan," Levant 34 (2002), pp. 111-150.

On pp. 146-147 two large copper coins found during excavations at this site about 11 km NW of Amman are illustrated and described. The coins are anonymous issues of the early Abbasid period. (Arnold Spaer)

Meshorer, Ya'akov. Sixty Economic Documents of Eretz Israel 1870-1944: The Sidney Olson Collection in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Jerusalem (2001).

A richly illustrated catalogue of bills of exchange, promissory notes, bonds, and share certificates of Turkish and Mandatory Palestine between 1870 and 1944. (Arnold Spaer)

Nieuwendam, Arnold. "175 Reliefs by Adri Van Rooijen," The Medal 39 (Autumn 2001), pp. 56-61, illus.

The sculptor Adri van Rooijen (b. 1936) created a large number of reliefs for the loincloth of a statue of Joseph made in 1979-1985. These have also been produced as individual pieces. (Arnold Nieuwendam)

Podusel, L'Ubomir. "Stefan Prokop: The Idea Bred in Desire," The Medal 39 (Autumn 2001), pp. 51-56, illus.

Stefan Prokop (1941-1987) was an important personality in Slovak medal production between the 1960s and 1980s. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava (1961-1967), and he created a series of medals and plaquets exhibited in Slovakia and elsewhere in Europe. (L'Ubomir Podusel)

Vaughan, Avril. "Three Recent Commissions," The Medal 38 (Spring 2001), pp. 87-90, illus.

Three medals by Avril Vaughan. (Martin Allen)

Vigers, Dick. "'Have you seen a medal that will do...?': The Politics of Recycling and Reinvention in 'Welsh' Medals," The Medal 39 (Autumn 2001), pp. 3-11, illus.

Libertas Americana medals, commissioned by Benjamin Franklin from Augustin Dupré, were re-used as festival prizes in Wales in 1789-90. Was it a deliberate choice or merely make do? Suppositions about their provenance reveal 20th-century cultural politics. (Dick Vigers)

van der Meer, Gay. "Jean Le Clerc Rehabilitated, Owing to a Discovery in a Stockholm Library," The Medal 38 (Spring 2001), pp. 25-30, illus.

A discussion of the authorship of a book on medals of the Low Countries formerly attributed to Jean Le Clerc (1657-1736). (Martin Allen)



2002-09-10

Allen, Martin. "The Volume and Composition of the English Silver Currency, 1279-1351," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2002), pp. 61-66.

Allen, Martin. "Two Fourteenth-Century Mint Indentures and Related Documentary Evidence," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2002), pp. 61-66.

Blackburn, Mark. "Metheltun not Medeshamstede: An Anglo-Saxon Mint at Melton Mowbray rather than Peterborough Abbey," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2002), pp. 143-145, illus.

Bradt, Don. "Canadian Tire Coupons and Varieties," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 2.3 (1992), pp. 41, illus.

Illustration of Canadian Tire scrip (CTC 7E1, 7E and 8A) printed with scratched plates. (Oliver Hoover)

Bradt, Don. "Interesting Variations in the 5 Cent H-G Gas Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.1 (February 1993), pp. 3, illus.

A description of the "plain S" serial number prefix on a CTC 10 Canadian Tire scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Bradt, Don. "Other Interesting Variations of Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.1 (February 1993), pp. 10, illus.

Illustrations of possible replacement notes in the Canadian Tire scrip series. (Oliver Hoover)

Breitsprecher, Marc. "A Brief Introduction to the Celtic Potin Coinage of Gaul," The Celator 16.9 (September 2002), pp. 24-28, illus.

Clancy, Kevin. "The Reducing Machine and the Last Coinage of George III," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 118-124, illus.

Dykes, D.W. "The Tokens of Thomas Mynd," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 90-102, illus.

Eaglen, Robin J. and Robert Grayburn. "Gouged Reverse Dies in the Quatrefoil Issue of Cnut," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 12-37, illus.

Faulkner, Terrence W. "The Falling Horseman: An Internet-Based Examination," The Celator 16.9 (September 2002), pp. 6-22, illus.

Fleet, R.J. "Statistical Methods for Identifying Possible Issuers' Names for London Seventeenth Century Tokens Displaying only Initials," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 150-152.

Fourre, Jerome. "50th Anniversary Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 2.3 (1992), pp. 38, illus.

A description of the Canadian Tire scrip printed by the British American Banknote Company, and issued in 1972 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Canadian Tire company. (Oliver Hoover)

Fourre, Jerome. "Why the CTC S13 and S14 Series are Dated 1987," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.2 (April 1993), pp. 24, illus.

The dating is explained by the transfer of the contract for printing Canadian Tire scrip from the British American Bank Note Company to the Canadian Bank Note Company. (Oliver Hoover)

Fox, Roger. "Tire and Dollar Gas Bar Replacement Notes," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.2 (April 1993), pp. 18-19, illus.

The author describes replacement notes printed by the British American Bank Note Company for the CTC-8C series of Canadian Tire scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Fox, Roger. "CTC's Mighty Hercules Gas War Savings Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.2 (April 1993), pp. 22-23, illus.

A description of Canadian Tire scrip issued in 1963 and gas war "propaganda". (Oliver Hoover)

Freeman, Jessica. "The Mistery of Coiners and the King's Moneyers of the Tower of London, c. 1340-c. 1530," British Numismatic Journal 70 (2000), pp. 67-82.

Hollingshead, Mike. "Brand New Baby," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.1 (February 1993), pp. 11, illus.

A description of a rare issue of $2.00 Canadian Tire scrip. (Oliver Hoover)

Hollingshead, Mike. "More Modern Look," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.1 (February 1993), pp. 12, illus.

The author describes the redesigned "Sandy McTire" Canadian Tire scrip and its security features (microprinting and watermarks). (Oliver Hoover)

Hoover, Oliver D. "Two Seleucid Bronzes Countermarked with Hinged Dies at Panticapaeum," Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society 3.3 (September 2002), pp. 120-123, illus.

Lefebvre, Renald. ""Les Huiles Montcalm Inc." Printed Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 3.1 (February 1993), pp. 5-7, illus.

A description of Canadian Tire scrip printed by J.B. Deschamps Inc. for use only within the province of Quebec. (Oliver Hoover)

Robb, Don. ""Sandy McTire" Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 2.4 (October 1992), pp. 51-57, illus.

A reassessment of the author's earlier discussion of the "Sandy McTire" issues of Canadian Tire scrip including the MP-1, MP-2, MP-3, GB-1, PS-1, and PS-2 series. (Oliver Hoover)

Shea, Karl W. "The Tripolian New Style Star Denier, Type 5 - A New Variety," Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society 3.3 (September 2002), pp. 111-119, illus.

Stepaniuk, Dan. "Metallurgical Analysis of a Roman Provincial Bronze from Philippi," Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society 3.3 (September 2002), pp. 140-146, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "Alexandria Troas, City of the 'Mouse God'," Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society 3.3 (September 2002), pp. 125-139, illus.

Wartenberg, Ute. "Herbert A. Cahn -- 1915-2002," The Celator 16.9 (September 2002), pp. 32, illus.

Wiedemann, Peter J. "The Wandering Z Prefixes of the Green Dollar Gas Coupons," Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 2.3 (1992), pp. 31-34, illus.

A description of Canadian Tire scrip in which the Z prefix appears out of alignment with the serial number through a secondary printing operation. (Oliver Hoover)



2002-09-04

Adriano, Savio. "Bakhoum, Soheir, Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, France 4, Département des Monnaies, Médailles et Antiques, Alexandrie I, Auguste-Trajan, Bibliothèque Nationale de France-Numismatica Ars Classica, Zurich 1998 e Soheir Bakhoum, Dieux Egyptiens à Alexandrie sous les Antonins, recherches numismatiques et historiques, CNRS Editions, Paris 1999," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 324-327.

Arslan, Ermanno A. "Albino 1961: uno o due ripostigli monetali di III-IV secolo?" Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi 5 (1997), pp. 273-291, illus.

L'A. studia un insieme di monete rinvenute nel 1961 ad Albino (Bergamo). Viene ipotizzata in proposito l'esistenza di due distinti tesoretti: uno composto da 16 sesterzi, un denario e tre antoniniani compresi fra Adriano e Valeriano e l'altro da 50 antoniniani, un follis e altra moneta frazionaria databili fra Gallieno e Costantino. (A. Carignani)

Barbieri, G. "Viterbo etrusco-romana: corredi funebri dalle necropoli di Poggio Guido," Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università degli Studi di Perugia 31 (1993-1995), pp. 203-247, illus.

Si dà notizia del rinvenimento di alcune monete bronzee, comprese fra ll'età repubblicana a Tiberio, rinvenute in una sepoltura a dromos nella necropoli di Poggio Guido presso Viterbo. (A. Carignani)

Bertolone, A. and Giorgio Fea. "Piccolo ripostiglio medievale a Chiomonte," Segusium 36 (1998), pp. 139-142, illus.

Edizione di tre monete rinvenute in un medesimo ripostiglio a Chiomonte, presso Susa. Si tratta di un tremisse di Grenoble del VII sec.d.C., di un tremisse di Dragoberto I (629-634) e di un follis di Massenzio. (A. Carignani)

Girola, Giuseppe. "Gorini, Giovanni (a cura), Forme di contatto fra moneta locale e moneta straniera nel mondo antico, Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Aosta, 13-14 ottobre 1995, Aosta, Esedra Editrice, 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 327-328.

Girola, Giuseppe. "Lucchelli, Tomaso M., La moneta nei rapporti tra Roma e l'Europa barbarica: aspetti e problemi, Firenze, La Nuova Italia Editrice, 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 327-328.

Girola, Giuseppe. "Alteri, Giancarlo, Le monete del sarcofago di Catervio (Ministero per i Beni Culturale e Ambientali "Bollettino di numismatica" 26-27 Anno 1996)," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 333-334.

Johnson, Caesare. "Voltolina, Piero, La storia di Venezia attraverso le medaglie dalla fine del secolo XIV alla fine del secolo XVIII, Edizioni Voltolina, 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 338-339.

Lucchelli, Tomaso M. "Schoenert-Geiss, E., Bibliographie zur antiken Numismatik Thrakiens und Moesiens, Berlin, Akademie Verlag, 1999." Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 321-322.

Rossetti, Antongiulio Fusi. "Autori vari, La monetazione romano-campana, Atti del X convegno del Centro Internazionale di Studi numismatici (Napoli, giugno 1993), IIN, Roma 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 322-324.

Saetti, Franco. "Virgilio, Stefano Di, "Le monete di Ravenna (dalle emissioni arcivescovili a Benedetto XIV)", Editions Numismatiques Le Louis d'Or, Monaco 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 334-337.

Schlachinger, U. "Clodius Albinus. Programmatischer Friede unter der Providentia Augusti," Rivista Storica dell'Antichità 26 (1996), pp. 95-122, pls.

Studio tipologico delle emissioni monetali effettuate per Clodio Albino dalla zecca di Lugdunum fra il 196 e il 197 d.C. (A. Carignani)

Traina, Mario. "Miselli, Walter, Il Papato dal 1700 al 1730 attraverso le medaglie, Nuova Editrice il Centauro, Torino, settembre 1997," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 339-340.

Travaini, Lucia. "Mercando, Liliana e Marica Venturino Gambari (a cura), Archeologia in Piemonte I. La preistoria, Torino, Umberto Allemandi e C., 1998. Mercando, Liliana (a cura), Archeologia in Piemonte II. L'età romana, Torino, Umberto Allemandi e C., 1998. Archeologia in Piemonte III. Il medioevo, a cura di Liliana Mercando e Egle Micheletto, Torino, Umberto Allemandi e C., 1998," Revista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 101 (2000), pp. 332-333.

Vismara, Novella and Rodolfo Martini. "Monete greche e provinciali romane del Civico Museo Archeologico di Bergamo," Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi 5 (1997), pp. 203-271, illus.

Primo contributo per l'edizione delle raccolte numismatiche del Civico Museo Archeologico di Bergamo. Dopo una breve storia delle vicende della collezione, sono presentate 149 monete greche e 119 provinciali romane. (A. Carignani)



2002-09-03

Hill, Leslie C. "Card Money of the Cassiar Region of B.C. Reviewed," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 72.

Irwin, Ross W. "Numismatic Issues in Wellington County (Part 7)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 28.

Irwin, Ross W. "Numismatic Issues in Wellington County (Part 8)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 50.

Irwin, Ross W. "Lincoln and Welland Regiment Bicentennial Commemorative Medal," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 56.

Irwin, Ross W. "New Guelph Parking Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 57.

Irwin, Ross W. "Wellington County Museum and Archvies Medal," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 82.

Irwin, Ross W. "Early Banking in Canada," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 32.

Irwin, Ross W. "New Medals from Guelph," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 44.

Irwin, Ross W. "Subject Index Transactions C.N.R.S. 1965 - 1999," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 20.

Irwin, Ross W. "Some Canadian Agricultural Medals," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 67.

Irwin, Ross W. "J.N. Davison, Union Bus Token, Fergus (Ontario)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 70.

Irwin, Ross W. "Numismatic Souvenirs of 1910," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 84.

Irwin, Ross W. "Early Receipt," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 101.

Irwin, Ross W. "Pewter Promotions From Guelph," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 102.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Documents Relating to a Canadian Numismatic Transition," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 66.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "A Tentative Overview of the "Habitant" Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 16.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "A Tentative Overview of the "Habitant" Token, Continued," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 32.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Was the 1870 Newfoundland 50 Cents Wyon's?" Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 64.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Strictly Speaking," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 93.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Documents Relating to a Canadian Numismatic Transition, Part II: Bronze Cents of 1884," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 1.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Victorian Newfoundland 50-Cent Reverse, Part II," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 37.

Jacobs, Wayne L. ""Banque du Peuple" Windup," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 88.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "A Guide to Metal Bullion Prices in the 19th Century," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 1.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Royal Mint Report Documents, Coinages of Canada and Newfoundland, 1858-74," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 50.

Jacobs, Wayne L. "Early Newfoundland Coinage, The Morehen Designs 1865/5," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 58.

James, Harry N. "Arthur Leakey and His Park House Tokens/St. Thomas, Ontario," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 32.

James, Harry N. "The New Mint is Opened (Ottawa, a 1908 Report)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 8.

Leitch, Ted. "The West Fair Medals (London, Ont.)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 58.

Moogk, Peter. "Investigating the 1640 French Countermark Raises More Questions Than Answers," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 56.

Salterio, Earl. "Halifax Summer Carnival Medal of 1896," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 44.



2002-09-01

Greene, Ronald A. "W.J. Pendray, Bapco Paint and White Swan Soap," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 19.

Greene, Ronald A. "The Duncan Bakery, Duncan, B.C., Tokens of James Marsh and Arthur Page," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 36.

Greene, Ronald A. "Vern's Auto Service Limited, of Vancouver, B.C." Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 11.

Greene, Ronald A. "Dale's Bakery of Cranbrook, B.C." Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 12.

Greene, Ronald A. "Service Check Tokens of British Columbia," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 19.

Greene, Ronald A. "A.B. Ball and the Ball's Cash Store Tokens," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 76.

Greene, Ronald A. "Some New Information on the British Columbia Coins of 1862," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 90.

Greene, Ronald A. "Some Tokens of Creston, B.C." Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 99.

Greene, Ronald A. "City of Merritt Commemorative Medal," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 102.

Greene, Ronald A. "The "Old" Cherryville Hall Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 13.

Greene, Ronald A. "Church Collections of Tokens of Holy Trinity Church, Aiyansh," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 85.

Greene, Ronald A. "Arthur Spencer Llewellyn Lambrick, the "other" Arthur Lambrick, A Dairyman of Victoria, B.C." Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 105.

Greene, Ronald A. "Morwenna Jersey Farms - C.H. Williams and Son," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 107.

Greene, Ronald A. "The Pure Milk Dairy of George Burgess, A Saanich B.C. Dairy," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 108.

Greene, Ronald A. "Some Short B.C. Dairy Histories," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 109.



2002-08-31

Boddington, Captain J. "Canadian Banks' Law Enforcement Award," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 6.

Boddington, Captain J. "Carnegie Hero Fund Commission Life Saving Medal," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 8.

Boddington, Captain J. "A Review of Medals of the Royal Canadian Legion," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 81.

Boddington, Captain J. "Insignia and Medals of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem in Canada," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 89.

Boddington, Captain J. "Medals of the Royal Canadian Humane Society," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 89.

Boddington, Captain J. "Life Saving Medals of the Boy Scout Association (Canada)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 99.

Boddington, Captain J. "Canadian Life Saving Society Bronze Medallion," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 10.

Boddington, Captain J. "City of Moose Jaw (Saskatchewan) Medal of Merit," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 11.

Boddington, Captain J. "Some Canadian Industrial and Commercial Life Saving Medals," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 12.

Boddington, Captain J. "Life Saving Medals of Newfoundland," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 55.

Boddington, Captain J. "National Safety Council - Canada and U.S.A. - Safety Medals," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 58.

Boddington, Captain J. "Life Saving and Police Medals of Quebec and Montreal," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 77.

Boddington, Captain J. "The Government of Canada Medal, "For Gallant and Humane Services Rendered in Life Saving from Shipwrecked Vessels"," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 80.

Boddington, Captain J. "History and Medals of the Canadian Lifeboat Institution," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 106.

Boddington, Captain J. "Commonwealth Honour Award Medals of the Royal Life Saving Society," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 112.

Boddington, Captain J. "The "Two Country" Medals to the Crew of the Canadian Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat 104," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 7.

Boddington, Captain J. "The Insignia and Medals of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem Priory of Canada," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 78.

Boddington, Captain J. "Life Saving Medal of the Order of St. John," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 78.

Boddington, Captain J. "Commemorative Medals of the Order of St. John," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 81.

Boddington, Captain J. "The Service Medal of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 81.

Boddington, Captain J. "Order of Prince Edward Island (Canada)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 103.

Brace, Bruce R. "A Rifle Competition Medal - An Inquiry," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 60.

Brouillette, Pierre. "Encased Postage Stamps," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 25.

Brouillette, Pierre. "Conserves de Rouville, St-Césaire, Quebec," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 77.

Brouillette, Pierre. "Brant Dairy, Brantford, Ontario," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 1.

Dickieson, Ralph. "Ewen McLeod and his Wheatley River Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 36 (2000), pp. 63.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Souvenir du YMCA/ Souvenir Token of the YMCA (Quebec)," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1996), pp. 14.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton "Le Canada"/The "Le Canada" Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1996), pp. 15.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton "Thomas Larue Laitier"/The Thomas Larue Milk Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1996), pp. 33.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Bons et carte du Magasin Genest Enr/Scrip and card of Magasin Genest," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1996), pp. 41.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "La Tabagie St-Jean/St. Jean Tobacconists," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1996), pp. 44.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Bibliothèque du YMCA/The Quebec YMCA Library Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 11.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Brasserie "Fox Head"/The "Fox Head" Brewery Token," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 33 (1997), pp. 39.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton "C.E.A. Langlois"," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 5.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Médallion Le Chien D'Or," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 8.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons de la Cantine Batterie B. à Québec," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 9.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons de Kerwin et Murphy et W. Smith," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 46.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Médallion Joseph Hamel," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 48.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Carignan et Drolet," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 49.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Reduction de l'Université Laval," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 50.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Autobus Germain Inc, Autobus Rive-Nord Ltée," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 63.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Edgar Langlois," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 83.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Michel Bacqet," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 84.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Louis L'Heureux," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 85.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons de W.H. Childs," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 86.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Alfred Bouré," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 87.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Laiterie Artic Ltée," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 88.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Laiterie Laval," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 89.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons Albert Drolet," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 98.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Lionel Gosselin," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 100.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons Laiterie Brookside et Laiterie Borden," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 34 (1998), pp. 103.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Service d'Autobus R. Gilbert," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 13.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jetons E.A. Lachance et LaCroix Frères," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 46.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Billets Ascenseur de la Couronne, Jacques Gosselin, prop." Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 47.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton John Shaw (Br 656) Émis en 1837," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 53.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton Miller and Lockwell ," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 78.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton "H.O. Martineau"," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 79.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "Jeton J.A. Couture and Jeton Olcott Novelty," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 80.

Giroux, Jean-Luc. "L'Écu des Médiévales de Québec 1995," Transactions of the Canadian Numismatic Research Society 35 (1999), pp. 104.



2002-08-30

Adamesteanu, D. (ed.). Storia della Basilicata 1. L'Antichità. Roma/Bari (1996).

Braccesi, Lorenzo (ed.). Hesperìa, Studi sulla grecità di occidente. Roma (1997).

Greco, C., F. Spatafora, and S. Vassallo (eds.). Archeologia e Territorio, Beni Culturali Palermo. Palermo (1997).

Micheletto, Egle (ed.). Una città nel Medioevo. Archeologia e architettura ad Alba dal VI al XV secolo. Torino (1996).

Prontera, F. (ed.). La Magna Grecia e il mare. Studi di storia marittima. Taranto (1996).



2002-08-29

Asolati, Michele. "Per la storia di Ancona greca: elementi di datazione della monetazione," in Braccesi, Lorenzo (ed.) Hesperìa, Studi sulla grecità di occidente (1997), pp. 141-152.

Fra le diverse teorie formulate sulla cronologia dei bronzi battuti dalla città greca di Ancona, l'A. propende per una datazione recente, inquadrandola intorno al 215-205 a.C., in base a considerazioni di ordine storico ed archeologico oltre che per evidenze intrinseche allo studio delle emissioni. (A. Carignani)

Barello, Federico. "Le monete," in Micheletto, Egle (ed.) Una città nel Medioevo. Archeologia e architettura ad Alba dal VI al XV secolo (1999), pp. 285-288, pl.

Alcune note sui recenti rinveniomenti numismatici effettuati nella città di Alba. Si tratta di 75 monetee gettoni riferibili al periodo compreso fra il X secolo e l'età moderna. (A. Carignani)

Dehn, Rolf and Jörge Drauschke. "Ein keltischer Goldmünzschatz aus Riegel," in Emmendingen, Kreis (ed.) Archäologische Ausgrabungen in Baden-Württemberg 2001 (2002), pp. 82-85, illus.

During the excavations of 2001 in the Rhine valley near the Kaiserstuhl hills north of Freiburg, Germany (map: fig. 59), several Celtic coins were found: 1 Kaletedou quinarius, 18 potin coins of the Leuci and Sequani, 17 aes coins of a special 'Riegel type'. In addition, a hoard of 27 Celtic gold staters (ca. 6.6 grams each, ca. 37% Au) of the Philip type (Obv. head of Apollo, Rev. horse(s ?), see fig. 58) was found. Some of them were still in the original pot (fig.60). The hoard seems to have been buried in the second half of the second century BC. Cf. N.N., Apollo in Riegel. Antike Welt 33/H.2 (2002) p.226. (Hans R. Baldus)

Emmendingen, Kreis (ed.). Archäologische Ausgrabungen in Baden-Württemberg 2001. Stuttgart (2002).

Endrich, Michael. Rom und die Barbaren. Das Verhältnis zwischen Imperium Romanum und den germanischen Stämmen vor seiner Nordwestgrenze von der späten römischen Republik bis zum Gallischen Sonderreich. Mainz am Rhein (2001).

Originally a Dutch thesis, the monograph includes a numismatic chapter (pp. 66-70): "5 Die Fundmünzen". (Hans R. Baldus)

Gandolfo, Lucina. "Le monete," in Greco, C., F. Spatafora, and S. Vassallo (eds.) Archeologia e Territorio, Beni Culturali Palermo (1997), pp. 22-24, pls.

Edizione delle 11 monete venute alla luce nel corso degli scavi 1992 e 1995 sul Monte Pellegrino (Palermo). Si tratta di tre emissioni della zecca di del III-II sec.a.C., di un esemplare di zecca punica di Sicilia (IV-III sec. a.C.) e di monete di Tiberio e di Adriano. (A. Carignani)

Gandolfo, Lucina. "La Montagnola di Marineo. Ritrovamenti monetari antichi e recenti," in Greco, C., F. Spatafora, and S. Vassallo (eds.) Archeologia e Territorio, Beni Culturali Palermo (1997), pp. 137-146, illus.

Edizione delle monete rinvenute negli scavi effettuati negli ultimi trent'anni a Marineo (Palermo). Viene inoltre pubblicata la piccola collezione numismatica del Museo locale. Si tratta complessivamente di 87 monete comprese fra il IV sec.a.C. e il XV secolo. (A. Carignani)

Gandolfo, Lucina. "Ricerche a Montagna dei Cavalli. Rinvenimenti monetari," in Greco, C., F. Spatafora, and S. Vassallo (eds.) Archeologia e Territorio, Beni Culturali Palermo (1997), pp. 315-334, pls.

Pubblicazione delle 276 monete rinvenute negli scavi a Montagna dei Cavalli (Palermo), comprese fra la fine del VI sec. aC. e gli ultimi decenni del III sec.a.C. (A. Carignani)

Goudchaux, Guy Weill. ""Era o non era bella Cleopatra ?" Le risposte contraddittorie della numismatica," in Walker, Susan and Peter Higgs (ed.) Cleopatra, Regina d'Egitto, Catalogo della mostra a cura di Susan Walker e Peter Higgs, Roma 12 ottobre 2000-25 febbraio 2001 (2000), pp. 152-155, illus.

Interpretando la documentazione numismatica, l'A,. tenta di difendere la leggendaria bellezza di Cleopatra che le raffigurazioni monetali rappresentano invece assai poco avvenente. (A. Carignani)

Herz, Peter and Jörn Kobes (ed.). Ethnische und religiöse Minderheiten in Kleinasien. Von der hellenistischen Antike bis in das byzantinische Mittelalter. Wiesbaden (2002).

Körner, Christian. Philippus Arabs. Ein Soldatenkaiser in der Tradition des antoninisch-severischen Prinzipats, Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte 61. Berlin/New York (2002).

Coins as sources for the history of the emperor (244-249 A.D.) and his time play an important role in the monograph. A special chapter (5. Philipps Münzprägung) is devoted to the coinage under Philip the Arab (pp. 99-119, no illus.). (Hans R. Baldus)

Litvinskij, Boris A. and Igor R. Picikijan. Taxt-i Sangín, der Oxustempel: Grabungsbefund, Stratigraphie und Architektur, Archäologie in Iran und Turan 4. Mainz (2002).

On several pages of the monograph coins found during the excavations are mentioned: i.e. Bactrian issues, imitations of Parthian coins, and coins of the Kushan empire. (Hans R. Baldus)

Meadows, Andrew. "Il sistema monetario chiuso tolemaico," in Walker, Susan and Peter Higgs (ed.) Cleopatra, Regina d'Egitto, Catalogo della mostra a cura di Susan Walker e Peter Higgs, Roma 12 ottobre 2000-25 febbraio 2001 (2000), pp. 92-95, illus.

Alcune note sul sistema economico e monetario dei Tolemei fra la fine del III e la seconda metà del I sec.a.C. Nel regno non potevano circolare monete straniere che dovevano essere cambiate in quelle d'argento egiziane il cui fino era inferiore del 17%. Questa speculazione sul cambio portava notevoli vantaggi finanziari alla dinastia. Numerose furono anche le coniazioni in oro, fornito dai ricchi giacimenti del sud del paese, prodotte costantemente con la sola eccezione del regno di Cleopatra. (A. Carignani)

Meadows, Andrew. "La monetazione di Cleopatra VII," in Walker, Susan and Peter Higgs (ed.) Cleopatra, Regina d'Egitto, Catalogo della mostra a cura di Susan Walker e Peter Higgs, Roma 12 ottobre 2000-25 febbraio 2001 (2000), pp. 128-29, illus.

Differentemente dagli altri sovrani tolemaici Cleopatra VII non emise moneta d'oro in considerazione dello stato disastroso delle finanze del regno. Per le medesime ragioni anche le emissioni d'argento presentavano un fino piuttosto povero. Il dato significativo consiste nel fatto che il contenuto d'argento delle monete di Cleopatra corrispondeva a quello del denario romano, creando le premesse per una omologazione dei sistemi ponderali. Abbondanti furono infine le coniazioni in bronzo. (A. Carignani)

Meadows, Andrew. "I figli di Cleopatra. Le coniazioni in argento. Le coniazioni in bronzo. Roma e l'Egitto," in Walker, Susan and Peter Higgs (ed.) Cleopatra, Regina d'Egitto, Catalogo della mostra a cura di Susan Walker e Peter Higgs, Roma 12 ottobre 2000-25 febbraio 2001 (2000), pp. 192-207, illus.

Nella mostra sono esposte alcune monete a nome di Giuba II di Mauretania e Cleopatra Selene (figlia di Cleopatra) e di Tolemeo, figlio della coppia. Altri esempi monetali illustrano le emissioni in argento e in bronzo della Grecia, dell'Asia Minore e della Siria a nome di Antonio e diversi aurei e denari di Ottaviano celebranti la vittoria di Azio. (A. Carignani)

Nick, Gabriele. Athena Parthenos. Studien zum griechischen Kultbild und seiner Rezeption, MDAI(A) Beiheft 19. Mainz (2002).

For copies of Phidias' statue on Greek and Greek imperial coins, cf. pl. 17 (for text see index p. 275 under "Athena Parthenos, Nachbildungen, Münzen"). (Hans R. Baldus)

Nünnerich-Asmus, Annette (ed.). Traian: ein Kaiser der Superlative am Beginn einer Umbruchzeit?, Sonderband Antike Welt/Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie . Mainz (2002).

Many - mainly Roman - coins illustrate this monograph: figs. 4 ff., p.22, figs. 10, 14, 16-19, 24, 30, 83, 85, 111. There is a special chapter on the coinage of the Trajanic period, pp. 145-162 with figs. 132-177. Cf. FF. Kaiserliche Publizistik in Kleinformat: Die Münzen der Epoche des Kaisers Trajan. (Hans R. Baldus)

Peschlow, Urs. "Minderheiten im Mäandertal und in Phrygien. Die archäologischen Zeugnisse," in Herz, Peter and Jörn Kobes (ed.) Ethnische und religiöse Minderheiten in Kleinasien. Von der hellenistischen Antike bis in das byzantinische Mittelalter (2002), pp. 113-139, illus.

On pp. 115 ff. and 134, fig.1 Noah in his Ark on Greek Imperial city coins of Phrygian Apamea are discussed and illustrated. (Hans R. Baldus)

Stazio, Attilio. "Le emissioni monetarie dei centri greci," in Adamesteanu, D. (ed.) Storia della Basilicata 1. L'Antichità (1999), pp. 455-469.

L'A. illustra le esperienze e le produzioni monetali delle popolazioni che in antico abitarono l'attuale regione della Basilicata. Vengono in particolare passate in rassegna le emissioni delle città greche di Metaponto e di Siri/Eraclea. (A. Carignani)

Stazio, Attilio and Aldo Siciliano. "La Magna Grecia e il mare nella documentazione numismatica," in Prontera, F. (ed.) La Magna Grecia e il mare. Studi di storia marittima (1996), pp. 301-308, pls.

Viene affrontato il rapporto esistente fra le diverse colonie della Magna Grecia e il mare quale emerge nella iconografia monetale. Ne deriva un quadro alquanto composito e differenziato che riflette le varie e dissimili vicende storiche ed economiche delle singole città della regione. (A. Carignani)

Walker, Susan and Peter Higgs (ed.). Cleopatra, Regina d'Egitto, Catalogo della mostra a cura di Susan Walker e Peter Higgs, Roma 12 ottobre 2000-25 febbraio 2001. Milano (2000).



2002-08-28

Arsen'eva, Tat'jana, Burkhard Böttger, and Jochen Fornasier. "Griechen am Don. Die Grabungen in Tanais 2000," Eurasia Antiqua 7 (2001), pp. 329-366, illus.

During the excavations at Tanais (Southern Russia), several coins of the Bosporan kings (1st-3rd century A.D.) were found (cf. pp. 339, 344, 349sq., 354). Two of them are depicted on p.352: one of Ininthimaios (234-38 A.D., fig.15, 1), one of Rhescuporis II (struck in ca. 90-93 A.D., fig.15, 2). English summary on pp. 365 sq. (Hans R. Baldus)

Borodovskij, Arkadij P. "Frühmittelalterliche Prunkbestattungen von Kindern am Oberen Ob, Sibirien," Eurasia Antiqua 7 (2001), pp. 569-583, illus.

The author describes two children's tombs of the 7th century AD at Umna (figs. 1-2) with "bronze cloth decorations": It seems to Borodovskij that each of the tombs contained a Chinese influenced (or Chinese) bronze coin with central square hole and letters. English summary on p. 584. (Hans R. Baldus)

Eck, Werner. "Prosopographische Bemerkungen zum Militärdiplom vom 20.12.202 n.Chr. Der Flottenpräfekt Aemilius Sullectinus und das Gentilnomen des Usurpators Regalianus," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 139 (2002), pp. 569-583, illus.

Eck p.209 and von Saldern pp.264-265: The abbreated praenomen "C "on the coins of the usurper Regalianus (ca. 260 A.D., Carnuntum region) may be expanded to "Cassius" if one of the 'new' consules suffecti of A.D. 202 was a relative. Cf. Saldern, Falko von. "Bemerkungen zu einem Militärdiplom von 2002," Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 32/H.2 (2002) pp. 261-266. (Hans R. Baldus)

Eger, Christoph. "Byzantinische Heiligenfibeln," Bayerische Vorgeschichtsblätter 66 (2001), pp. 149-155, illus.

The author compares some fibulae (i.e. from Carthage) depicting Christian saints with late Roman/Early Byzantine coin-portraits (e.g. solidus of Theodosius II). (Hans R. Baldus)

Fleischer, Robert. "Ein unbekanntes Heiligtum für Apollon, Artemis und Leto in der südwestlichen Türkei," Antike Welt 33.3 (2002), pp. 325-337, illus.

On pp. 335-337 and fig. 25 the author describes the divine triad of Carian Heraclea Salbace (Apollo, Artemis and Leto) and other gods and goddesses on Greek imperial coins of that city. (Hans R. Baldus)

Kellner, Hans-Jörg. "Neues von römischen Fundmünzen," Bayerische Vorgeschichtsblätter 66 (2001), pp. 141-147, illus.

A review article discussing the recent literature on Roman coin finds in Germany, Italy and Luxemburg. (Hans R. Baldus)

Kienast, Dietmar. "Bemerkungen zum Jonischen Aufstand und zur Rolle des Artaphernes," Historia 51.1 (2002), pp. 1-31.

On pp.14-16 the author describes the electrum coinage of the Ionian confederation during the Revolt of 499 BC. (Hans R. Baldus)

Leschhorn, W. "Callataÿ, François de. L'histoire des guerres mithridatiques vue par les monnaies, 1997 (Publications d'Histoire d'Art et d'Archéologie de l'Université Catholique de Louvain 98, Numismatica Lovaniensia 18)," Gnomon 74.4 (2002), pp. 371-372.

Lewis, Peter and Ron Bolden. The Pocket Guide to Saint Paul, Coins Encountered by the Apostle on his Travels. Kent Town, South Australia (2002).

The authors describe and references over 100 coins struck between 5 and 60 AD with a further 60 pages of notes and maps. Many erroneous conclusions about the coins and their circulation are challenged in the course of the work. (Oliver Hoover)

Lobell, Jarrett A. "Digging Napoleon's Dead," Archaeology 55.5 (September/October 2002), pp. 40-43, illus.

Coins and buttons were discovered outside of Vilnius, Lithuania along with the skeletons of 1,000-2,000 individuals who died during Napoleon's Russian campaign of 1812. A Napoleonic five franc coin and buttons of the 53rd Infantry Regiment and the Imperial Guard are illustrated on p. 42. (Oliver Hoover)

Prichodnjuk, Oleg M. and Vladimir M. Chardaev. "Ein Edelmetallfund des 6.-7. Jahrhunderts aus Kelegej, Ukraine," Eurasia Antiqua 7 (2001), pp. 585-613, illus.

The publication of a hoard of gold objects (jewels etc.), originally found in 1927 and buried in ca. 670 A.D. Among the objects were several byzantine solidi, mostly looped or pierced: 7 original solidi (among them two light-weight pieces), 1 imitation made of gold sheets: pp. 599-601, 604sq., 608sq. nos. 26-33, fig.8 nos. 1-8; the photos of nos. 1-2 are reversed. The earliest coin is of Justinian I and the latest is an early issue of Constans II. English summary on p. 613. (Hans R. Baldus)

Schmidts, Thomas. "Ein Hallenbau im Legionslager Castra Regina-Regensburg," Bayerische Vorgeschichtsblätter 66 (2001), pp. 95-140.

A list of 8 coins (Trajan to Constans Caesar) found during the excavations is published on pp. 111ff. (Hans R. Baldus)

Specht, E. "Klose, Dietrich O.A., and Gerd Stumpf. Sport - Spiele - Sieg. Münzen und Gemmen der Antike. Staatliche Münzsammlung München, 1996," Nikephoros 13 (2000), pp. 307-310.

Strobel, K. "Watson, Alaric. Aurelian and the Third Century, London/New York 1999," Historische Zeitschrift 274.1 (2002), pp. 707-709.

Weiser, Wolfram and Hannah M. Cotton. "Neues zum 'Tyrischen Silbergeld' herodianischer und römischer Zeit," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 139 (2002), pp. 235-250, illus.

Tyrian silver (e.g. pls. iii-iv) from Augustus (ca. 20/19 B.C.) to Nero (65/66 A.D.) was not struck at Jerusalem (pace Ya'akov Meshorer), but rather at Tyre itself. Monograms on the revs. of these coins either mean magistrates' names (Dorotheos, Herakl.... ?) or a formula like K(ata) R(omaious) (?) Even after the end of this coinage, good quality silver (i.e. denarii, drachms and their multiples) was still called "Tyrian" in near-eastern documents of the 1st-2nd centuries AD. (Hans R. Baldus)



2002-08-27

Cuff, Bill. "More Discoveries," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.3 (July 2002), pp. 61-62, illus.

New serial number varieties, replacement notes and miscut notes in the Canadian Tire series are illustrated. (Oliver Hoover)

Fontaine, Lou. "Some Gas Bar Agents Hate These..." The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.2 (April 2002), pp. 37, illus.

The author describes S-1 to S-5 Canadian Tire issues purposely defaced by gas bar attendants. (Oliver Hoover)

Fourre, Jerome. "Discoveries," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.2 (April 2002), pp. 38, illus.

Five new serial number and error varieties of Canadian Tire money are described. (Oliver Hoover)

Fourre, Jerome. "Discoveries," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.3 (July 2002), pp. 58, illus.

A new "missing 0" serial number and a printing "swirl" on an S9-F1 Canadian Tire issue are described. (Oliver Hoover)

Fox, Roger. "Updated Consolidated Series Chart," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.3 (July 2002), pp. 57.



2002-08-18

van Alfen, Peter. "Greek Acquisitions: A Mausolus Tetradrachm," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 11, illus.

Hoge, Robert Wilson. "Current Cabinet Activities," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 38-42, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "The History of the ANS: The Second Decade," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 31-33, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Clarke, G.W., P.J. Connor, L. Vrew, B. Frohliche, H. Jackson, J. Littleton, C.E.V. Nixon, M. O'Hea and D. Steele. Jebel Khalid on the Euphroates; Report on Excavations 1986-1996. Volume 1. Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement 5. Sydney, 2002," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 46-50.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Emmett, Keith. Alexandrian Coins. Lodi, Wisconsin: Cleo's Cabinet, 2001," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 50-53.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Amandry, Michel, Michel Dhénin, Michel Popoff, François Thierry and Christophe Vellet. Dictionnaire de numismatique. Paris: Larousse/Her, 2001," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 53-58.

Ivaniševic, Vujadin. "Novac kralja Radoslava," Zbornik radova vizantološkog instituta 37 (1998), pp. 87-95, illus.

The author analyzes the coins of this medieval Serbian ruler (1228-1234), and describes four types,one and two in silver and three and four in copper. Analysis of types, style and weight standard indicate that the prototype for Radoslav's issues was the coinage of Empire of Thessalonica. Direct analogies between the issues of Manuel Angelos of Thessalonica and types one and four indicate that these two types should be dated to 1230 or the period following this year. The author rejects the theory that Radoslav's coins were struck in Thessalonika, although their style indicates that the dies were cut by artisans from that city. One Serbian mint certainly existed in the fortress of Ras, evinced by finds of coin blanks and bullion, and type two and perhaps type three should be assigned to that mint. The question of the minting location of types one and four remains open. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Julian, Robert W. "The Groves Forum: Treasures from the Archive," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 19-30, illus.

Mate, Urban. "Numizmaticne najbe v Ljubljanici," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 706-712, illus.

Described are 87 coins found by a diver in the Ljubljanica River. The coins present a cross section of monetary circulation in this area, from the Roman Republic and Empire to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Unusual were two 11th century Byzantine trachy and a 17th century Spanish cob type two reales. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Mihajlovic, Vojislav. "Ostava srpskog srednjovekovnog novca iz Smederevske Palanke," Starinar 45-46 (1994-1995), pp. 87-95, illus.

The author re-examines Sergije Dimitrijevic's interpretation of this hoard discovered in 1966, which itself represented the largest such discovery in a quarter-century, and from which examples have probably worked themselves into all larger collections of Serbian medieval coins. Neither the exact place of discovery is recorded, nor the exact size of the hoard. It appears to have consisted of a minimum of 800 pieces, and Dimitrijevic's estimate of 1060 appears within a probable range for the total hoard, although he gave no concrete basis for this estimate. Of the 740 published coins, Dimitrijevic attributed 466 (nine types) to Emperor Uroš before his 1355 accession to the throne, and 220 (two types) tentatively to Despot Jovan Uglješa. Based on reexamination of Serbian coining practices during this period and reinterpretation of coin inscriptions, the author assigns all of these to the earliest emissions of Lazar Hrebljanovic. The extremely rare appearance of these types in other hoards is due to their being among the very earliest issues of Lazar, which may have been demonetized on their replacement by his regular issues. The deposit date of the hoard should be placed immediately following the death of Uroš in early December 1371. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Orazem, France. "Kovanje denarja plemiških rodbin slovenskega ozemlja: Kovanje cerkvenih knezov plemiških rodbin na Slovenskem," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 719-726, illus.

Described are issues of three bishops of Passau: Kardinal Janez Filip Lamberg (1694-1712), Jožef Dominik von Lamberg (1723-1761), and Jožef Franc Anton von Auersperg (1783-1795). Also noted is an issue of Count Janez Karl Koblenz of Predjama near Postojna, issued in 1759, while the Count was Imperial viceroy in Belgium. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Pogacnik, Albin. "Darilni dukat kranjsih stanov vladarju notranije avstrije, Nadvojvodi Karlu," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 717-718, illus.

Described and illustrated is a two and a half ducat coin of Archduke Charles II (1564-90) from the Graz mint, known in two examples. The coin, bearing the arms of Styria, Carinthia and Carniola, was minted for presentation by the nobility of Carniola to the Archduke on the occasion of his marriage in Graz in 1571. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Rant, Andrej. "Tehnologija novcarstva noriških in panonskih Keltov," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 695-705, illus.

The author summarizes current thinking on the technology and practices applied to Celtic coin manufacture, with attention to metal extraction and mixing of metal from various sources, preparation of blanks, die cutting, striking of coins (including the evidence for travelling mintmasters), and coin weight and shape. Complete text in Slovenian and English. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Rant, Andrej. "Nagradni novci Protestantske gimnazije v Celovcu," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 727-728, illus.

Described and illustrated are gold medals of four ducats and two ducats, both of 1566, and a silver medal of 1/4 taler. All three have similar designs: obverse: EGO SVM VIA VERITAS ET VITA, Torso of Christ holding an orb or bust of Christ; reverse: AGNVS DEI QUI TOLIT PECCCATA MVNDI, Lamb with cross. The obverse inscription on the two gold medals ends in "14" (years since the opening of the school in 1552); the number on the silver medal is illegible. The medals are believed to have been issued annually to outstanding students, who were predominently sons of noble families. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Sears, Stuart D. "On Late Sasanian and Early Muslim Coins in Iran," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 44-45, illus.

štekar, Andrej. "Zakladna najdba tirolsko-goriških srednjeveških srebrnikov pri gradu Orehek," Numizmaticni vestnik 27-28 (2000), pp. 713-716, illus.

A two-liter earthen jug found in the 1950s among the roots of a tree being cut down on the grounds of Orehek Castle (4 km east-southeast of Postojna, Slovenia) yielded a hoard of silver coins. Six pieces preserved from the hoard are described: Three are anonymous grossi minted in Merano bearing inscriptions COMES TIROL/DE MERANO, of a type minted by Meihard of Tyrol with his brother Albert II of Gorizia from 1259 to 1274/5. The rest were of a type later known as kreuzers and inscribed COMES TIROL/MEINARDV. They are attributed to Meinhard II of Tyrol after 1274. The region of the find is described, along with circumstances which might have accounted for its deposit in the last quarter of the 13th century. English summary. (Charles B. Smith, Jr.)

Tripp, David Enders. "Double Eagle Trouble: The 1933 Double Eagle," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 11-16, illus.



2002-08-16

Allen, Martin. "The Archbishop of York's Mint in the 1330s," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 295-301, illus.

Ashton, R.H.J. "Rhodian Bronze Coinage and the Siege of Mithradates VI," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 53-66, illus.

The author provides a die-study of the large Rhodian bronzes of type BMC 312-323, associates them with the last issues of silver plinthophoroi, and argues that they were struck at the time of the siege of Rhodes by Mithradates VI in 88 BC. Some of their symbols may reflect the miraculous aid given by Isis to the besieged city. (R.H.J. Ashton)

Baker, Julian and Matthew Ponting. "The Early Period of Minting of Deniers Tournois in the Principality of Achaia (to 1289), and their Relation to the Issues of the Duchy of Athens," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 207-254, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "An Early Fourteenth-Century Hoard of Thessalonican Trachea," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 255-277, illus.

Blackburn, Mark. "A Viking Hoard from Thurcaston, Leics.: Preliminary Report," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 349-352, illus.

Chun-Cheung Lam, Otto. "Loan Certificates of the Canton Merchant Volunteer Defence Corps Headquarters, 1924," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 317-328, illus.

Cook, B.J. "The Afterlife of a Coinage: the Lancastrian Salut in England and Elsewhere," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 302-307.

Coupland, Simon. "The Coinage of Lothar I (840-855)," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 157-198, illus.

Duncan-Jones, R.P. "The Denarii of Septimius Severus and the Mobility of Roman Coin," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 75-89, illus.

The growing proportion of Old Style eastern denarii of Septimius Severus in third-century British denarius hoards has been taken to show gradual long-distance infiltration of coin into Britain, and used as evidence of the monetary integration of the Roman Empire. This paper uses Richard Abdy's catalogue of the Shapwick hoard to argue that the increasing proportion of Old Style eastern denarii is due to the withdrawal of heavier coins of Septimius, not long-distance movements of coin. The final section of the paper investigates denarii of Septimius in 30 Continental hoards. (R.P. Duncan-Jones)

Gaines, Tiffany, Eric McGrath, Rebekah Langrill, and Mark Benvenuto. "Chemical Compositions of some of the Japanese Kanei-Tsuho Coins via Energy Dispersive X-Ray Flourescence," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 308-317.

Gonnella, Robert. "New Evidence for Dating the Reign of Vonones I," The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001), pp. 67-73, illus.

The date of the reign of Vonones I, king of Parthia is mostly attested by coins, mainly tetradrachms. The author follows the majority of historians in believing that the Macedonian calendar was used on them, and describes two new tetradrachms which show that the reign of Vonones I, hitherto assumed to date from about AD 8 to 12, must be extended to September AD 15 at least. (Robert Gonnella)



2002-08-15

Allen, Martin. "Ecclesiastical Mints in Thirteenth-Century England," in Prestwich, M., R.H. Britnell, and R. Frame (eds.) Thirteenth Century England VIII: Proceedings of the Durham Conference 1999 (2001), pp. 113-122.

Ireland, Stanley. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey, Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication/British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph 33/22. London (2000).

Mass, J.P. The J.P. Mass Collection of English Short Cross Coins, 1180-1247. Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles 56. London (2001).

Robertson, Anne S., Richard Hobbs, and T.V. Buttrey. An Inventory of Romano-British Coin Hoards, Numismatic Society Special Publication 20. London (2000).

Stancombe, William M. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Volume XI. The William Stancombe Collection of Coins of the Black Sea Region. London (2000).

Stocker, Mark. Golden Atoms: The Ernest Rutherford Medals. Canterbury (1999).

Thompson, R.H. "Tokens Attributable to Sark," Antiquaries' Journal 79 (1999), pp. 400-406, illus.

Octagonal tokens, which bear a merchant's mark incorporating the letters H C between two fleurs de lis, and on the other side the arms four fusils in fess, are attributed to the Jersey family of De Carteret. Possible functions of these tokens are discussed. (R.H. Thompson)

Thompson, R.H. Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles 49: The Norweb Collection Tokens of the British Isles, 1575-1750. VI Wiltshire to Yorkshire, Ireland to Wales. London (2000).



2002-08-14

Allen, Leslie L. The World's Show: Coincraft's Catalogue of Crystal Palace Medals and Tokens 1851-1936. London (2000).

Charpentier-Darcy, Madeleine. "Alexandre Charpentier: Médailles et petits bas-reliefs," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 43-61, illus.

Clermont, Andre P. De. "Finn, Patrick (1942-2000)," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 318-319, illus.

Creighton, John. Coins and Power in Late Iron Age Britain. Cambridge (2000).

Cribb, Joe. Magic Coins of Java, Bali and the Malay Peninsula. London (1999).

Deyell, John. "Wiggins, Ken (1924-2000)," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 237-238, illus.

Hurter, Silvia. "More Caprara Forgeries: A Chalcidic League Problem Solved," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 290-292, illus.

Ineson, John. Paper Currency of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. London (1999).

Kirton, R.W. and Lord Stewartby. "The Long Voided Cross Sterlings of Kinghorn," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 304-308, illus.

Lobel, R., M. Davidson, A. Hailstone, and E. Calligas. Coincraft's Standard Catalogue of Coins of Scotland, Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. London (1999).

Lockyear, Kris. "Hoard Structure and Coin Production in Antiquity - An Empirical Investigation," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 215-243.

Mattingly, Harold. "Rome and the Hellenistic World," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 417-420.

Mitchell, Peter. "Bretell, R.P.V." Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 79-80.

Mitchiner, Michael. The Land of Water: Coinage and History of Bangladesh and Later Arakan, circa 30 BC to the Present Day. Sanderstead (2000).

Moesgaard, Jens Christian. "Danish Fifteenth Century Coins in England," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 5-6, illus.

Moesgaard, Jens Christian. "Note on the Florette of the 1st Issue of Henry V," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 120, illus.

Munro-Hay, S.C. Catalogue of the Aksumite Coins in the British Museum. London (1999).

Potin, V. Sylloge of Coins of Coins of the British Isles 50. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. Part I. Anglo-Saxon Coins to 1016. London (1999).

Prestwich, M., R.H. Britnell, and R. Frame (eds.). Thirteenth Century England VIII: Proceedings of the Durham Conference 1999. Woodbridge (2001).

Puddester, Robert P. "Railway Passes of the Raj," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 309-317, illus.

Schultz, Warren C. "A Hoard of Mamluk Dirhams," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 328-329.

Shott, M. "A New Find of Stephen "Irregular" Issue: Possible New Oxford Moneyer?" Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 7, illus.

Wilson, Antony. "Gold Rush Treasures from the SS Central America," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 230-234, illus.

Withers, Paul. "Rogers, John De Sola (1946-1999)," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 80.

Withers, Paul and Bente Withers. British Copper Tokens 1811-1820, including those of Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands. Llanfyllin (1999).

Young, K.R. "1797 Twopence," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 177.

Anonymous. "Bass, Harry Wesley," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 8.

Anonymous. "Hersh, Charles," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 9, illus.

Anonymous. "Kent, John," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 319-320, illus.

Anonymous. "Mitchell, Douglas," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 54, illus.



2002-08-01

Arrigoni, Marco F. "Severina Augusta and her Interregnum," The Celator 16.8 (August 2002), pp. 28-30, 36-38, illus.

Goldstein, Elliott S. "The Origin and Evolution of our Alphabet," The Celator 16.8 (August 2002), pp. 20-27, illus.

Goldstein, Paul. "Sage, Shirley Barr. Biblical Numismatics: Thirty Pieces of Silver. Phoenix, AZ: Heritage Publishers, 2001," The Celator 16.8 (August 2002), pp. 34.

Paunov, Eugeni and Ilya Prokopov. An Inventory of Roman Republican Coin Hoards and Coins from Bulgaria, GLAUX 15. Sofia (2002).

Following classic model of IGCH, this reference book describes in detail 135 hoards from present-day Bulgaria. These include more than 15,530 Roman Republican denarii of the late third century BC to the first century AD. Many mixed deposits with Greek coins and Imperial denarii dating as late as the mid third century AD are also described. The principal aspects of circulation, find and distribution patterns of Republican denarii in ancient Moesia and Thrace are discussed and analyzed. (Eugeni Paunov and Ilya Prokopov)

Tameanko, Marvin. "Naucratis - A Greek Emporium City in Ancient Egypt, circa 500 BC," The Celator 16.8 (August 2002), pp. 6-18, illus.



2002-07-31

Boffa, Serge. "Numismatique et Diplomatique. Réflexions à propos d'une monnaie prétenduement frappée par Godefroid Ier, duc de Lotharingie et comte de Louvain (1095-1139)," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 298-304, illus.

Cook, B.J. "Coining Dies in Late Medieval England with a Catalogue of the British Museum Collection," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 219-247, illus.

Guest, Peter. "The Roman and Byzantine coins excavated at Nicopolis ad Istrum and Gradishte, Bulgaria," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 314-327, illus.

This note discusses the coins from the joint Anglo-Bulgarian excavations at the Roman city of Nicoplois ad Istrum and the late Roman/early Byzantine defended settlement at Gradishte. These sites produced over 100 identifiable coins, used to reconstruct the occupation histories of the sites. (Peter Guest)

Hind, John. "The Coin-type on the Reverse side of the Early Silver Coins of Corcyra," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 284-286, illus.

The coin-type, usually described simply as a 'double-floral' or 'double-stellate' pattern, is here identified as a stylised representation of the precinct (temenos) and luxuriant garden (aloe) of Alicinous (Hom. Od. 6,291-2; 321-4), an important state cult-centre (Thuc. 3.70). (John Hind)

Holt, Frank L. "Did King Euthydemus II really Exist?" The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 81-91, illus.

The author addresses the renewed controversy in Bactrian studies regarding the possible existence of a second Euthydemus. A close examination of coin-types, portraiture, monograms, die-axes, metrology, and hoards verifies the reign of Euthydemus as a successor of Euthydemus I and Demetrius I, and a near-contemporary of Pantaleon and Agathocles. (Frank L. Holt)

Huth, Martin and S. Qedar. "A Coin from North Arabia with an Aramaic Inscription and Related Coins of the Incense Road," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 295-298, illus.

This paper identifies five interrelated groups of Athenian imitations minted in the Arabian peninsula from the 4th century BC, and which appear to have provided an international coinage along the incense road connecting Gaza with South Arabia and the Persian Gulf. (Martin Huth and Shraga Qedar)

Jenkins, Michael R. "A Hoard from Elephantine Island," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 274-276, illus.

The author publishes a hoard of thirteen bronze coins of Ptolemy VI-VIII from Elephantine Island near Arwan, together with six individual coin finds from the same place. (Michael R. Jenkins)

Johnston, Alan. "Horse Sense?" The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 277-280, illus.

An early Corinthian stater bears a graffito on its reverse in a non-Corinthian script. A possible reading has echoes in a text cut on a nearly contemporary Aeginetan turtle. Two other graffiti on Corinthian 'colts' are reviewed. (Alan Johnston)

Kinns, Philip. "The Attic Weight Drachms of Ephesus: A Preliminary Study in the Light of Recent Hoards," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 47-97, illus.

Through an analysis of eight hoards (four of which are presented here for the first time) the author concludes that the long series of Attic weight drachms of Ephesus began shortly before 202 BC and ended before 150 BC. Seventy obverse dies are identified, forty-seven which were used by two or more magistrates (up to a maximum of ten), and the names of at least 144 magistrates are attested. An appendix discusses the contemporary bronze coinage, in six types. (Philip Kinns)

Lagos, Constantine. "Two Second Century BC Bronze Hoards from the Black Sea," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 268-274, illus.

The author discusses two groups of bronze coins of Panticapeum and Phanagoria in a private collection in London, arguing that they represent parts of two hoards of the early/mid second century BC and the late second century BC. (Constantine Lagos)

Lee, Ian. "The Flower of Adonis at Eryx," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 1-31, illus.

This paper reattributes from archaic Selinous to Eryx an issue of anepigraphic fractions depicting a leaf and a flower. A second issue has the legend for Eryx. The author identifies the flower as an anemone, sacred to Adonis, whose shrine at Eryx was one of the most celebrated in antiquity. (Ian Lee)

Lee, Ian. "Two West Sicilian Misattributions," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 287-290, illus.

By reattributing, respectively from Egesta to Selinous and from Selinous to Eryx, two silver fractions, the author seeks to dispel the notion that Egesta and Eryx shared a coin type they held in common (a hound) with Selinous. (Ian Lee)

Lee, Ian. "Entella: The Silver Coinage of the Campanian Mercenaries and the Site of the First Carthaginian Mint 410-409 BC," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 1-66, illus.

The author publishes an overstrike of a coin of Entella on a drachm of Athens and argues that the Campanian mercenaries who founded Entella arrived there in 410 BC, and that the overstriking took place in 410/9 BC. Circumstantial evidence suggests that Entella had become the Carthaginian military headquarters prior to the invasion of Sicily in 409, and that this was the site of the first Carthaginian ('Sicilo-Punic') mint. (Ian Lee)

Lyne, Malcolm. "Two New Coin Types for Carausius and Allectus and their Implications," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 290-292, illus.

An aurelianus of Carausius which uniquely commemorates the British legions XX Valeria Victrix and II Augusta on the same coin may record their involvement in repelling Maximian's abortive invasion of AD 289/90. A quinarius of Allectus with a QV mint mark could either record a short-lived transfer of the C mint to Verulamium or Viroconium at the time of Constantius's invasion in AD 295/6, or be further evidence for the siting of the C mint at Colchester (Colonia Claudia Victricensis). (Malcolm Lyne)

Mattingly, Harold B. "The Fifth-century Tetradrachm Coinage of Maroneia," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 261-263, illus.

The first phase of Maroneia's tetradrachm coinage copies the winestock reverse type of Mende closely. The recent Skione hoard (CH VIII, 63) closes just before the new Mende type and can be dated c. 432 BC. Maroneia's coinage probably ended with Mende's: both mints closed as a result of the Athenian Standards Decree of 425/4 BC. (Harold B. Mattingly)

Metcalf, D.M. "Viking Age Numismatics. 5. Denmark in the Time of Cnut and Harthacnut," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 395-430, illus.

In the last of series of related presidential addresses on Viking-Age monetary history in Scandinavia, the author examines the currency of Denmark in the middle of the eleventh century. King Cnut created a network of new or revived mints in places west of the Sound. The Danish coins at first made up only a small proportion of the currency, which in the years c.1025-c.1060 consisted predominantly of German and English coins, with regional variations. The evidence of hoards and stray finds is examined. (D.M. Metcalf)

Metcalf, D.M. "Crusader Gold Bezants of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem: Two Additional Sources of Information," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 203-218, illus.

In the light of a document of 1149 referring to septem millia Bissantiorum Accar, et mille Jerusalem, the author discusses the issues of two possible mints of the Latin Kingdom, Acre and Jerusalem. Secondly he publishes a new hoard of bezants which adds substantially to the canon of known specimens with secret marks (BY 28-33). (D.M. Metcalf)

Moesgaard, Jens Christian and Svend Åge Tornbjerg. "A sixteenth Agnus Dei penny of Aethelred II," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 327-332, illus.

An Agnus Dei penny of Aethelred II, struck in Nottingham by the moneyer Oswold, was found near Kastanjehøj, Parish of Strøby, near Køge, Denmark. (Jens Christian Moesgaard and Svend Åge Tornbjerg)

Rich, J.W. and J.H.C. Williams. "Leges et Ivra P. R. Restitvit: A New Aureus of Octavian and the Settlement of 28-27 BC," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 169-213, illus.

An important new acquisition by the British Museum is discussed in depth. It is argued that both the reverse legend of this aureus and the political appendix to the obverse legend of the PAX cistophori can be used as evidence for what was being said about Octavian's political actions in 28 BC. (J.H.C. Williams)

Sawaya, Ziad. "Three Roman Silver Coin Hoards from Syria," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 319-322, illus.

Three hoards of Roman silver coins said to have been found in Syria are published. The first comprised 24 denarii deposited after AD 78; the second contained 10 denarii and was deposited after AD 128; and the third comprised 46 antoninianii deposited between AD 258 and 260. (Ziad Sawaya)

Smith, David R. "The DECURSIO Sestertius Types of Nero and the Lusus Troie," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 282-289, illus.

The DECVRSIO sestertii of Nero depict him on horseback with either another equestrian figure or two figures in armour, apparently performing a formalised military display. The author suggests that the display is the lusus Troiae described by Virgil in Aeneid V, placing the type in the context of Nero's cultural agenda. (David R. Smith)

Sosin, Joshua D. "Agio at Delphi," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 67-80.

P. Marchetti has argued that in the fourth-century temple accounts from Delphi the Greek word epikatallage denoted not agio, a charge for changing currency, but a revaluation of the exchange-rate between Aeginetan and Attic silver in 335 BC. This paper argues that Marchetti's theory must be abandoned, and that the word indicated simply agio. (Joshua D. Sosin)

Stancombe, William M. "A Group of Staters of Timotheus and/or Dionysius, Tyrants of Heraclea Pontica," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 263-268, illus.

The 24 staters in this hoard are all of the same type: an apparently unique coin in the sole name of Timotheus, 15 in joint names, and 8 in the sole name of Dionysius. The author suggests that the coinage in the sole name of Dionysius was short-lived, as Alexander the Great would have been hostile to its implications. (William M. Stancombe)

Stewartby, Lord. "Richard I Fabrications," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 332-338, illus.

In discussing fabrications of English coins of Richard I (1189-99) made in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the author shows that some of the types are based upon those of David I of Scotland (1124-53) and suggests that the hoard found c. 1756 on Bramham Moor, near Leeds, might have included Scottish coins. (Lord Stewartby)

Tyler-Smith, Susan. "Coinage in the name of Yazdgerd III (AD 632-651) and the Arab conquest of Iran," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 135-170, illus.

Drachms in the name of the last Sasanian king, Yazdgerd III, are examined (except for those from Sakastan SK), together with the literary sources, to elucidate the history of a poorly documented and confused period. A die analysis and corpus of 194 drachms, of which 149 are illustrated, is included. (Susan Tyler-Smith)

Warren, Jennifer A.W. "The Achaian League Silver Coinage Controversy Resolved: A Summary," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 99-109, illus.

In 1985 Christof Boehringer proposed, on the basis of hoards and the Damon inscription (SEG XV, 254), that many Peloponnesian silver triobols of Achaian League and civic types should be redated from c.150-146 BC to the first century BC, losing their status as the coinage of the Achaian war. Most interested scholars, though not all, have now accepted the lower chronology. (Jennifer A.W. Warren)

Williams, J.H.C. "Septimius Severus and Sol, Carausius and Oceanus: Two New Roman Acquisitions at the British Museum," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 277-281, illus.

This note reviews two recent acquisitions by the British Museum: an aureus of Septimius Severus of AD 198 with standing Sol reverse, and a denarius of Carausius with a bust of Oceanus on the reverse and reverse legend LAE CARAVSI AVG. (J.H.C. Williams)

Williams, J.H.C. "The Silver Coins from East Anglia attributed to King Prasutagus of the Iceni - A New Reading of the Obverse Inscription," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 277-281, illus.

Two new Ancient British Iron Age coins from the Fincham (south-west Norfolk) hoard have permitted the definitive resolution of the obverse legend on the Icenian coins previously attributed to Prasutagus, husband of Boudicca. Formerly read as SVB RI PRASTO (under King Prasutagus), the legend now clearly reads SVB ESVPRASTO (under Esuprastus). This new name is similar to one on the neighbouring Corieltauvian series, which suggests that the cultural, and perhaps political, boundaries between the Iceni and Corieltauvi were not as clear as we tend to think. (J.H.C. Williams)



2002-07-30

Ban, Herbert and Ivan Mirnik. "Die Münzen des Jan Vitovec de Gereben," Numismatische Zeitschrift 108-109 (2001), pp. 105-124.

Cook, B.J. "New Hoards from Seventeenth-Century England," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 146-172, illus.

Cottam, G.L. "The 'Cock Bronzes' and other Related Iron Age Bronze Coins found predominantly in West Sussex and Hampshire," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 1-18, illus.

Davies, Glyn. "The Single Currency in Historical Perspective: The Howard Linecar Memorial Lecture 1999," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 187-195.

Dykes, D.W. "John Gregory Hancock and the Westwood Brothers: An Eighteenth-Century Token Consortium," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 173-186, illus.

Eaglen, Robin J. "The Mint of Huntingdon," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 47-145, illus.

Harris, Eric. "Dies for the Heavy and Light Pence, 1399-1422," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 215-219, illus.

Harris, Eric. "Halfgroats in the Henry IV-Henry V Period. BNJ 68 (1998) pp. 147-8 illus. Correction to 'Halfgroats in the Henry IV-Henry V Period'," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 219.

Harris, E.J. and D.R. Griffiths. "Mercury Plating on some Early English Coins," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 37-46, illus.

Holman, David J. "SEGO and DUNO: Reassessment and Reinterpretation," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 196-198, illus.

Holmes, N.M.McQ. and P.T. Wilthew. "Scottish Coin Hoards, 1996-97," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 77-94, illus.

Six finds are discussed and fully listed. They include newly-discovered groups from the sites of the Croal Chapel, Dumfriesshire (1844) and Horsleyhill, Roxburghshire (1991) hoards; small Edwardian period hoards from Sherifflats and Wandel, Lanarkshire; a group of Robert III groats from Culdoich, Inverness-shire; and a spread hoard of counterfeit James VI placks from Culross, Fife. The report on the counterfeits includes metallurgical analysis by P.T. Wilthew. (N.M.McQ. Holmes)

Lessen, Marvin. "Cromwell Coin Tools in the Royal Mint Museum," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 157-160, illus.

This paper tabulates and illustrates the tools, both real and copies. All of the puncheons and one pair of crown dies are by Thomas Simon, but the other dies are late 17th-century so-called 'Dutch' copies, made from Simon's punches, and those of the 18th century made by Tanner at the Royal Mint. There is a discussion of the movements of the tools, and of Isaac Newton's involvement in 1700, as Warden of the Mint. (Marvin Lessen)

Lloyd, C.D. "The C mint of Carausius and Allectus," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 1-10, illus.

During the period of the so-called 'British Empire', from c.286 to 296, production of coins in Britain was shared between London and another mint that marked its coins with a C or G. The distributions of coins of the two mints in site finds and hoards do not support the claim of Colchester (Camulodunum) to be the C mint. Site finds of radiates of Allectus, in particular, point to a western location for the mint. (C.D. Lloyd)

Lyon, Stewart. "Die-Cutting Styles in the Last Small Cross Issue of c. 1009-1017 and some Problematic East Anglian Dies and Die-Links," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 20-41, illus.

Mass, Jeffrey P. "Three Short Cross Problems," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 204-207, illus.

Mayhew, N.J. and E.M. Besly. "The Broughton (Oxon) Coin Hoard," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 154-157, illus.

The 1996 Broughton (Oxon) hoard of 1642-3 contained thirteen English silver coins (Mary - Charles I), and three large silver coins of Philip IV for the Spanish Netherlands. (N.J. Mayhew and E.M. Besly)

Mirnik, Ivan. "Die antiken Fundmünzen aus Kroatien: Überblick über die jüngere Forschungsgeschichte," in Miskec, Alenka (ed.) Die Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Kroatien (FMRHr), Istrien XVIII (2002), pp. 9-18.

Miskec, Alenka (ed.). Die Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Kroatien (FMRHr), Istrien XVIII. Mainz (2002).

Pagan, Hugh. "The Engleheart Parcel of Coins from the 1817 Dorking Hoard," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 141-143, illus.

Pagan, Hugh. "A Missing Coin of Aelfred Rediscovered," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 199-200, illus.

Schönauer, Srdana. "Odeca, obuca i nakit u antickoj Dalmaciji na spomenicima iz Arheoloskog Muzeja u Splitu," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 93 (2000), pp. 223-505, illus.

Coins of Augustus (figs. 142-143), Tiberius (fig. 146) Trajan Decius (fig. 145) and Constantine I (fig. 147) are used to depict types of Roman crowns and diadems. A gold solidus of Honorius set into a brooch (fig. 122) in the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Split illustrates the use of coins for jewelery. Several seals, including an inscribed amulet (fig. 107) are also illustrated. French abstract (pp. 503-505) by Gérard Denegri. (Oliver Hoover)

Separovic, Tomislav. "Antoninijani iz Vignja na Pelješcu," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 93 (2000), pp. 541-553, illus.

The author describes 16 antoniniani of the period AD 257-270 found near Viganj on the Pelješac Peninsula. Four of the coins can be identified as originating at the mint of Siscia and four others at the mint of Rome. All of the coins have two or more perferations indicating that at some point they were sewn onto an article (or articles) of clothing for decoration. English summary (p. 551) by Maja Cambj. (Oliver Hoover)

Sharp, Michael. "The St. Patrick Coinage of Charles II," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 160.

Sharp, Michael. "The Missing Coin of Steyning Located," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 201, illus.

Stewartby, Lord. "Calais Quarter-Nobles of Henry VI," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 220-221.

Stewartby, Lord. "Ealdnod, A New Moneyer for Offa," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 199, illus.

Tatler, G.L.V. "The Bury Coinage of Edward I with the Name of Robert de Hadeleie," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 64-76, illus.

A die study of the coins struck at Bury St Edmunds between 1280 and c.1287 in the name of the moneyer Robert de Hadeleie. The paper includes a discussion of historical background, chronology and possible output, and the representation of these coins in hoards. 281 coins are listed, and all of the known dies are illustrated. (R.J. Eaglen)

Tziambazis, Elias. A Catalogue of the Coins of Cyprus (from 560 B.C. to 1571 A.D.). Larnaca (2002).

Williams, Gareth. "A Further Parcel from the Appledore Hoard," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 141.

Williams, Gareth. "The Gold Coinage of Eadbald, King of Kent (AD 616-40)," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 137-140, illus.

Williams, Gareth. "A Hoard of Aethelraed II 'Long Cross' Pennies from Bramdean Common, Hampshire," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 143-144, illus.

Williams, Gareth. "Anglo-Saxon and Viking Coin Weights," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 19-36, illus.

Wise, Philip J. "The Fillongley Hoard - A Medieval Coin and Jewellery Hoard from Warwickshire," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 201-204, illus.



2002-07-29

Bartlett, Richard. "Lord George Gordon: A Lesson in Politics," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 28-33, illus.

Bell, R.C. "Token Tales: Lord Nelson's Pathway to Fame," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 6-9, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "Dated Palaeologan Coinage," The Celator 16.7 (July 2002), pp. 28-31, 34-36, illus.

Desnier, J.-L. "Poursuite des dialogues," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 27-30, illus.

Fredette, Tom. "A Token Question," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 23-25, illus.

Gregoriy, Mary. "Loughborough 1999: The BAMS Weekend Conference," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 98-101, illus.

Grund, Rainer. "An Increasing Variety: Medallic Art in the German Democratic Republic," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 69-78, illus.

Heidemann, Martin. "Engaging with the Present: German Medals of the Last Ten Years," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 79-90, illus.

A new vitality has been evident in German medallic art in the last decade, reflecting political and social changes since 1989. With a focus on new subjects came a new interest in experimentation in use of colour, graphic devices, non-metallic elements, and small sculptural objects. The first all-German medal society, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Medaillenkunst, was founded on 15 June 1991. (Martin Heidemann)

Heidemann, Martin. "From French Influence to German Nationalism: The Medal in Germany 1900-1918," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 33-38, illus.

At the beginning of the twentieth century French influence on German medallic art was evident stylistically and by the representation of previously unknown themes and motifs. Later, accompanied by historicist tendencies, a more sculptural design was preferred by German medallists. Enthusiasm at the outbreak of war in 1914 was mirrored in the images on medals, as were the events of the war. Propaganda often outweighed any good artistic intentions. (Martin Heidemann)

Jackson, Paula. "Animal Kingdoms," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 87-91, illus.

Kovásznai, Viktória L. "A Series of Ritual Proto-Money by László Szlávics Jr." The Medal 34 (Spring 2000), pp. 75-81, illus.

A group of recent medals by the Hungarian artist László Szlávics are his Ritual Proto-Money pieces, which are made of diverse materials, including feathers, cowries, antler, bone, onyx, and dried fruit. Inspired by the artefacts of ancient cultures, these works tackle the theme of our concepts of 'value'. (Philip Attwood)

Luciano, Eleonora. "Which Paola?A New Identification for the Medal of Paola Gonzaga," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 33-36, illus.

Paola Gonzaga, who appears on an Italian Renaissance medal (Hill, Corpus, no. 257), is identified as the widow of Gian Niccolò Trivulzio, not, as has been supposed, the daughter of Marquis Ludovico Gonzaga. The iconography of the reverse is also discussed. (Philip Attwood)

Marotta, Michael E. and Ann M. Zakelj. "Portraits and Representations of Alexander the Great," The Celator 16.7 (July 2002), pp. 6-20, illus.

Matits, Ferenc. "The Life and Work of Sándor Tóth," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 62-74, illus.

Maué, Hermann. "The Renaissance Medal in Germany," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 3-14, illus.

Meadows, Andrew and Ute Wartenberg. Coin Hoards IX: Greek Hoards, Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication 35. London (2002).

Mesinger, Bogdan. "A Beacon for the Spirit: The Medallist Vanja Radauš," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 75-81, illus.

Meszaros, Michael. "The Medals of Andor Meszaros on the Centenary of his Birth," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 95-99, illus.

Hungarian born sculptor/medallist Andor Meszaros studied in Vienna, Paris and Budapest before migrating to Australia in 1939, were he lived entirely on his work until his death in 1972. He introduced the idea of the medal as art to Australia, and produced a large and unique medallic oeuvre. (Michael Meszaros)

Mirnik, Ivan. "Religious Medals by Stiepan Divkovic," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 82-86, illus.

Mirnik, Ivan. "The insignia of Zagreb University," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 44-56, illus.

The author gives some information on the rector's mace, and the chains of the rector and the deans of divinity, philosophy and law faculties of Zagreb University, ordered from Theodore Brandeis of Vienna in 1877 and altered after 1918. The Zagreb University medal, and the university seals and banners are described. (Ivan Mirnik)

Monks, Simon. "Skidmore Churches in the City of London (Pts. 8-10)," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 26-27, illus.

Moss, Nicola. "Two Sides to a Medal: Chronicle of a Commission," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 105-111, illus.

Mullaly, Terence. "BAMS, the Goldsmiths' Company, and Contemporary Medals," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 93-95, illus.

Mullaly, Terence. "Twenty Medals for 2000," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 54-67, illus.

Myers, Donald. "Renaissance Portrait Sculptures Small and Large," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 3-10, illus.

Nieuwendam, Arnold. "The Reliefs of Heide Dobberkau," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 69-74, illus.

The uniface medals (which the artist prefers to call 'reliefs') of the contemporary German artist Heide Dobberkau are discussed. The principal subjects of these works are animals both small and large. (Philip Attwood)

Nikolov, Bogomil. "Medallic Art in Bulgaria," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 57-68, illus.

Bulgarian artists did not begin to make art medals until after the Second World War, the first cast medals being produced in the 1970s. The few artists who have involved themselves in the medium include Bogomil Nikolov, associate professor at the National Academy of Art, Sofia, who is introducing the subject to a new generation of art students. (Philip Attwood)

Salter, John. "A Badge of Trust: The Lord Mayor and Sheriffs' Committee Medals of the City of London," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 37-43, illus.

Like Livery medals, the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs' Committee medals were introduced in 1828, to identify the wearers when visiting the Guildhall or the Royal Courts of Justice. They fall into four well-defined periods. The practice ended in 1939 with the onset of World War II. (John Salter)

Selgin, George. "A Numismatic Ramble 'Round Old Birmingham," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.2 (Summer 2002), pp. 10-22, illus.

Smith, David B. "The Commemorative Medals of the New Scottish Parliament," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 103-104, illus.

This article notices the issue of a medal in two forms to commemorate the opening of the new Scottish Parliament on 1 July 1999, and alludes to the outcry, born of ignorance of the concept of commemorative medals, which accompanied their publication on 1 September 1999. (David B. Smith)

Solowiej, Danuta. "The Royal College of Art Medal Competition 1999," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 97-99, illus.

Steguweit, Wolfgang. "Nachgüsse Italienischer Renaissancemedaillen der Pariser giesserei liard um 1875," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 11-19, illus.

Steguweit, Wolfgang. "The Weimar Republic, the Third Reich, and the Immediate Post-War Years: Medallic Art in Germany 1918-1949," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 39-60, illus.

Steguweit, Wolfgang and Bernd Göbl. "Den Haag 1998 und Weimar 2000," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 104-106, illus.

Sutherland, Wallace J.E. "Reach Back - Move Forward: The FIDEM 1998 Exhibition," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 96-103, illus.

Syson, Luke. "Size Immaterial: Hand-Held Sculpture of the 1990s. An Exhibition at the British Museum," The Medal 35 (Spring 1999), pp. 3-32, illus.

A discussion of art medals produced during the 1990s, and a catalogue of seventy-nine such medals exhibited in the British Museum from December 1999 to April 2000. (Philip Attwood)

Villena, Elvira. "The First Spanish Military Decorations: Tomás Francisco Prieto's Al Mérito Medals," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 25-32, illus.

Tomás Prieto (1716-82), the most important Spanish medallist of the eighteenth century, engraved in 1764 and 1777 two versions of the Al Mérito medal, the first Spanish military decoration created by Carlos III (1759-88). This medal honoured the officers of the new militias of mulattos and free blacks (the so-called pardos and morenos) in America, and attempted to win over the Indian chiefs of the new Spanish colony of Louisiana. (Elvira Villena)

Villena, Elvira. "The First Spanish Military Decorations: Tomás Francisco Prieto's Al Varón Esforzado Medal," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 91-94, illus.

In 1779 Tomás Francisco Prieto (1716-82) engraved the dies for the Al Varón Esforzado medal, a military decoration created by Carlos III (1759-88) to "encourage and honour" the members of the peninsular army during the war against Great Britain between 1779 and 1783. Although 286 medals were struck at the Royal Mint in Madrid in 1780, the decoration was not used due to the adverse course of the war. (Elvira Villena)

Weil, Alain. "Popular Medals and the French Revolutions of 1789 and 1848," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 31-36, illus.

Weil, Alain. "Une médaille d'or inedite de la Révolution Française," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 33-34, illus.

A previously unpublished anonymous gold medal of 1789 celebrates Jacques Necker, the director of the French Treasury, as a symbol of the regeneration of France. (Alain Weil)

Wend, David A. "Caligula - The Emperor as Autocrat, Part III," The Celator 16.7 (July 2002), pp. 22-27, 37-39, 43, 49, illus.

Wesche, Markus. "By Steam and Chisel: The German Medal in the Nineteenth Century," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 20-32, illus.

White, Hazel. "Mad Cows," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 95-97, illus.

In May 1999 the biennial Symposium of the Finnish Medal Art Guild was held in Kankäänpää, south western Finland. The British participant writes about the symposium, which she used as an opportunity to explore the possibilities of computer-aided design and manufacture. (Hazel White)

Wild, Glennys. "Robert Campbell-Legg's Millennium Medals," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 82-84, illus.

Robert Campbell-Legg (b. 1946) produced a series of medals celebrating the millennium for display at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (UK) in May 2000. His career in Birmingham is summarised, and his design intentions for the medals in progress outlined. (Glennys Wild)



2002-07-15

Feria Garcia, Manuel C., Salvador Peña Martín, and Miguel Vega Martín. "La Disposición de Dios o versiones de una frase coránica (III, 154) y lema numismático almohade," TRANS: Revista de Traductología 6 (2002), pp. 11-45.

The authors discuss a Quranic quotation used as a numismatic slogan by Almohads, the dynasty that ruled North Africa, Islmaic Spain and Portugal during the 12th and 13th centuries. Western translations of the sentence are discusses with reference to the Quranic text and the numismatic legend. The sentence is analysed according to the information given by medieval exegetical and lexicographical Arabic-Islamic sources and propose a key for its understanding. (Salvador Peña)

Jordan, Louis E. John Hull, the Mint and the Economics of Massachusetts Coinage. Lebanon, New Hampshire (2002).

In celebration of the 350th anniversary of the opening of the mint, the Colonial Coin Collectors Club has published a new book by Louis Jordan entitled, John Hull, the Mint and the Economics of Massachusetts Coinage, with a foreword by Philip L. Mossman and an introduction by Michael Hodder. This book interprets a number of original sources to produce a history of the Massachusetts Mint from its founding in 1652. Using the surviving ledger of John Hull, the author discusses production at the mint, investigates minting techniques, productivity and the profitability of the enterprise. The book also examines the political and economic factors that contributed to the rise and prosperity of the mint as well as the factors that led to its closing. There is a section on the Hull family homestead and the location of the mint as well as chapters on the role of Hull and Sanderson at the mint and sketches of the apprentices and journeymen who assisted with coining. The book also includes a commentary with illustrations on a discovery first announced by Stack's in May of 2002 regarding an NE shilling that was overstruck as a Willow Tree. Both the understrike and overstrike of this coin represent newly identified reverse dies. An appendix includes an extensive chronology of events related to the operation of the mint and later attempts to reestablish the mint over the period from 1652 to 1704. (Louis Jordan)

Mirnik, Ivan and Doimo Frangipane. "Frankapanske medalje," Peristil 44 (2001), pp. 17-32.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi slavonskog banovaca," Obol 20 (1982), pp. 14-18.

Mirnik, Ivan. ""Zagrebacki novac i medalje" i "Medalja u Hrvatskoj 1700-1900"," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 15 (1982), pp. 276-277.

Mirnik, Ivan. "The Numismatic Collection of the Archaeological Museum, Zagreb," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 36 (1989), pp. 49-54.

Mirnik, Ivan. "La collection du Musée Archéologique de Zagreb," La vie numismatique. Alliance européenne numismatique 40 (1989), pp. 270-274.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Robert Frangeš-Mihanovic-nekoliko nepoznatih dokumenata," Numizmaticke vijesti 32 (1990), pp. 80-89.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Judin srebrnik iz Nina," Numizmaticke vijesti 33 (1991), pp. 10-18.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Remains of a Hellenistic Silver Coin Hoard," Annotazioni Numismatiche 2 (1992), pp. 101-103.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi slavonskih banovaca u numizmatickoj zbirci Arheološkoga muzeja u Zagrebu," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 24-25 (1991-92), pp. 183-248.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Radovi Benvenuta Cellinija u Zagrebu," Peristil 38 (1995), pp. 99-98.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Josip Radkovic, prilog zivotopisu," Numizmaticke vijesti 40 (1998), pp. 83-88.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Spomenica Emerika Esterházyja," Tkalcic 2 (1998), pp. 277-285.

Mirnik, Ivan. "špelca Copic and Jozica Vrtacnik Lorber. Vladimir štovicek. Brezice (Slovenia): Posavski muzej Brezice, 1998." The Medal 34 (1999), pp. 110.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Pre-Roman Coinage on the Territory of Modern Yugoslavia," Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology, University of London 13 (1976), pp. 175-210.

Vega Martín, Miguel and Salvador Peña Martín. "Del hallazgo de dirhames emirales en Domingo Pérez (Iznalloz, Granada)," Al-Qantara: Revista de Estudios Árabes 23.1 (2002), pp. 115-192.

A medium-sized hoard of dirhams struck by the Andalusian Umayyad Emirate and found in Iznalloz (Granada, Spain) is described. Some details of the description could help to shed light on certain obscurities, such as Abd al-Rahman II's role in the history of Andalusian numismatics and the unsolved problem of the specific reference to al-Andalus as a mint. (Salvador Peña)



2002-07-14

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalaz bizantskog broncanog novca 6.stoljeca iz Kaštel Starog," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 9 (1975), pp. 161-166, 1 tab.

Mirnik, Ivan. "O skupnom nalazu srebrnog novca 15.-17, st. u Pozegi," Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora Hrvatske 26 (1977), pp. 20-24.

Mirnik, Ivan. "O blagu 14.-15. stoljeca iz Rudopolja," Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora Hrvatske 27.3-4 (1978), pp. 5-11.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Survival in Coin Hoards from Yugoslavia," Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora Hrvatske 19 (1979), pp. 31-34.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Thesaurus u teoriji i praksi," Godišnjak zaštite spomenika kulture Hrvatske 4-5 (1978-79), pp. 327-332.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalaz zlatnog i srebrnog novca 16-17. st. iz Virovitice," Numizmaticke vijesti 2 (1979), pp. 16-45, 7 tables.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Novcane ostave Pozeške kotline," Vjesnik muzeja Pozeške kotline, Slavonska Pozega 2-3 (1979), pp. 83-91.

Mirnik, Ivan. "O skupnom nalazu bizantskog novca 10.-11. stoljeca iz Mataka kod Nina," Numizmaticke vijesti 24 (1981), pp. 29-35.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske. I. Skupni nalaz novca iz 12. stoljeca u Dalmaciji," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 14 (1981), pp. 97-104, 2 tables.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske. II. Blago 14. stoljeca iz švice," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 14 (1981), pp. 115-133.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske. II. Blago 14. stoljeca iz švice," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 14 (1981), pp. 115-133.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske. III. Skupni nalaz africkog novca i aes rude iz štikade," Numizmaticar 15 (1982), pp. 149-167, 6 tables.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Novac akvilejskih patrijarha iz Vukovara i opticaj akvilejskih denara u našim krajevima," Numizmaticar 9 (1984), pp. 223-233.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske. IV. Skupni nalaz srebrnika 14-16.st. iz Tkalaca," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 16-17 (1983-84), pp. 241-289, 6 pls.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Karlovac u numizmatici," Zbornik Gradskog muzeja Karlovac 2 (1984), pp. 89-103.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Matteo de' Pasti u Numizmatickoj zbirci Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu," Peristil 25-26 (1984-85), pp. 69-73.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Novcane ostave 17. st. u Slavoniji i skupni nalaz zlatnog i srebrnog novca iz Virovitice 16. i 17. st. [sic!]," Osjecki zbornik 17 (1979 (1985)), pp. 107-119.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske, VI. Skupni nalaz zlatnog novca XV-XVI. stoljeca iz Devcic-drage," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 20 (1987), pp. 65-73, 10 pls.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Senjska medalja iz godine 1872," Senjski zbornik 15 (1988), pp. 135-138.

Mirnik, Ivan. "O skupnom nalazu srebrnog novca 15-17.st. iz Pribojske Goleše," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 21 (1988), pp. 87-129.

Mirnik, Ivan. "O blagu 15. stoljeca iz Hrvatskog Zagorja," Numizmaticke vijesti 31 (1989), pp. 37-40.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske VIII. Ostava srebrnog novca XVII-XVIII. stoljeca iz Korduševaca," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 22 (1989), pp. 135-145.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Antonio Abondio: Medalja Rudolfa II," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 33 (1990), pp. 61-64.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Rimski novac iz pecina Hrvatske," Arheološki vestnik = šašlov zbornik 41 (1990), pp. 733-739.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske IX. Skupni nalaz Heraklijevih zlatnika iz Zrmanje," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 23 (1990), pp. 163-171.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Nalaz francuskog novca 11.st. iz Novog Vinodolskog," Numizmaticke vijesti 33 (1991), pp. 43-47.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Prilog poznavanju medalja bana Jelacica," Numizmaticke vijesti 34 (1992), pp. 88-93.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Francuske medalje iz "La belle époque" u zagrebackoj numizmatickoj zbirci," Peristil 35-36 (1992-93), pp. 327-348.

Mirnik, Ivan. "A Rare Sixteenth-Century Coin Depicting King David," International Repertory of Musical Iconography Newsletter 18 (1993), pp. 15-16.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalaz slavonskih banovaca iz Bihaca," Numizmaticke vijesti 35 (1993), pp. 56-61.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Kuna na hrvatskim grbovima i na hrvatskom srednjovjekovnom novcu," Veterinarska stanica 25 (1994), pp. 233-236.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Spomenica s vjencanja nadvojvode Karla i baronese Francesce Thyssen-Bornemisza," Numizmaticke vijesti 36 (1994), pp. 102-103.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske X. Skupni nalaz akvilejskih denara 15. st. iz Vukovara," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 26-27 (1993-94), pp. 85-123.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Novac Istocnog Rimskog Carstva u numizmatickoj zbirci Arheološkoga muzeja u Zagrebu," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 28-29 (1995-96), pp. 159-228.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Skupni nalazi novca u Sjevernoj Hrvatskoj," Izdanja Hrvatskog arheološkog društva 2 (1978), pp. 197-208.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Skupni nalaz rimskog republikanskog novca iz Osora," Izdanja Hrvatskog arheološkog društva 7 (1982), pp. 141-151.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Ostava rimskih denara iz Cesarice," Numizmaticke vijesti 27 (1984), pp. 7-25, 4 tables.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Aureus Kvinta Kornuficija," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 16-17 (1983-84), pp. 91-93, 1 table.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Ostava rimskih denara iz Cesarice, II," Numizmaticke vijesti 28 (1985), pp. 30-44.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Skupni nalaz makedonskog broncanog novca iz Dojrana," Numizmaticke vijesti 29 (1986), pp. 44-49.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Nekoliko znacajnih kovova Prve tetrarhije u Arheološkome muzeju u Zagrebu," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 22 (1989), pp. 77-90.

Mirnik, Ivan and Zdenka Dukat. "Skupni nalaz rimskog carskog novca iz Balijine Glavice," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 86 (1993), pp. 267-273.

Mirnik, Ivan and Muhamed Zdralovic. "O skupnom nalazu zlatnog i srebrnog novca 15. i 16. stoljeca kod Opatinca," Vjesnik Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu 8 (1974), pp. 119-132, 1 tab.



2002-07-11

Dukat, Zdenka. "Skupni nalaz rimskog kasnocarskog novca s lokaliteta Gospin otok," Vjesnik Arheoloskog muzeja u Zagrebu 30-31 (1997-1998), pp. 207-247, illus.

Mandinic, Maja Bonacic. "Nalazi novca s lokaliteta Sv. Vid u Vidu kod Metkovica," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 87-89 (1994-1996), pp. 177-192, illus.

The coins found at the site of the church Sv. Vid in ancient Narona in Dalmatia are described. They cover the time span from the 2nd century B.C. to the 16th century - the earliest coin is a bronze of the Illyrian king Ballaios, and the most recent one is of King Ferdinand, the first Habsburg. Most of the coins are Roman Imperial, and some of them are Byzantine. The coins of the Republic of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) have been also found there. (Maja Bonacic Mandinic)

Mandinic, Maja Bonacic. "Novac Isse i Farosa u zbirci Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum u Budimpešti," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 92 (1999), pp. 255-267, illus.

Mandinic, Maja Bonacic and Paolo Visonà. "The Coin Collection of the Dominican Monastery at Bol on the Island of Brac in Dalmatia: Additions and Correrctions," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 87-89 (1994-1996), pp. 335-346, illus.

The authors describe five Greek and Roman Republican coins from the Collection of the Dominican Monastery, and put them into the scheme of monetary circulation in Dalmatia from the third century B.C. to the period of Romanization. (Maja Bonacic Mandinic)

Marovic, Ivan. "The Coinage of Romanos III Argyros in the Archaeological Museum in Split - Catalogue," Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 90-91 (1997-1998), pp. 349-360, illus.

Morrisson, Cécile. "La circulation monétaire dans les Balkans à l'époque justinienne et post-justinienne, Acta XIII CIAC, Città del Vaticano-Split 1998, Supl." Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 87-89 (1994-1996), pp. 919-930.



2002-07-08

Depeyrot, Georges. Le numéraire celtique, I, La Gaule du Sud-Est, Moneta 27. Wetteren (2002).

Les émissions celtes représentent un ensemble hétérogène, les émissions, les métaux, les types, les poids diffèrent. Pendant plusieurs siècles, les Celtes vont ainsi créer et développer un système monétaire qui va accompagner le lent développement économique antérieur à la conquête romaine. Ce volume étudie les frappes de la partie orientale de la Narbonnaise, soit les frappes émises entre Antibes, Lyon et Perpignan. C'était la région la plus influencée par Marseille, puis par Rome. Les ateliers locaux copièrent les modèles des ateliers dominants avant de créer des types originaux. En Languedoc-Roussillon, les émissions s'inspiraient des frappes ibériques. Ces diverses monnaies portaient des légendes grecques, latines ou ibériques. Le catalogue comprend une présentation historique et une étude des frappes, de la métrologie, de la circulation monétaire. L'ouvrage est illustré de dessins, graphiques, photos et possède plusieurs index. (Georges Depeyrot)

Depeyrot, Georges. Le numéraire celtique, II, La Gaule des monnaies à la croix, Moneta 28. Wetteren (2002).

Les émissions celtes représentent un ensemble hétérogène, les émissions, les métaux, les types, les poids diffèrent. Pendant plusieurs siècles, les Celtes vont ainsi créer et développer un système monétaire qui va accompagner le lent développement économique antérieur à la conquête romaine. Ce volume étudie les frappes de la partie occidentale de la Narbonnaise, soit les frappes dites "à la croix " et celles qui leur sont généralement associées. Le plus souvent anépigraphes, les monnaies présentaient au revers des symboles répartis dans les cantons d'une croix. Elles circulèrent principalement entre Méditerranée et Atlantique, le long de la Garonne et sont une trace du grand commerce unissant les deux côtes. Le catalogue comprend une présentation historique et une étude des frappes, de la métrologie, de la circulation monétaire. L'ouvrage est illustré de dessins, graphiques, photos et possède plusieurs index. (Georges Depeyrot)

Mousheghian, Khatchatur, Anahit Mousheghian, Cécile Bresc, Georges Depeyrot, and François Gurnet. History and Coin Finds in Armenia, Inventory of Coins and Hoards (7-19th c.) Volume I, Moneta 29. Wetteren (2002).

A study of coin finds and hoards from Armenia, including an inventory and catalogue of issues and finds from the 6th century to the 19th century. In this volume are catalogued six marzes of Armenia. A general introduction presents hoarding in medieval Armenia, and discusses the impact of wars and prices on hoards. The problems of of the issues of Kurike II of Tashir (1048-1100) are also discussed. The volume is illustrated with maps, graphics and plates. (Georges Depeyrot)



2002-07-06

Sear, David. Roman Coins and Their Values, Volume II, The Accession of Nerva to the overthrow of the Severan dynasty, AD 96-235. London (2002).

The original single-volume edition of Sear's Roman Coins and Their Values was published by B.A. Seaby Ltd. in 1964 and subsequently went through four revisions (1970, 1974, 1981 and 1988). However, the publication of Volume I of the "Millennium Edition" in 2000 marked a radical departure from the previous traditions of the work through its enlargement to a multiple volume format which permitted a significant expansion of the catalogue listings and an increase in the number of illustrations. Volume I covers a period of approximately 375 years, from the origins of the Roman Coinage in the opening decades of the 3rd century BC down to the violent end of the Flavian dynasty in AD 96. The newly published Volume II extends coverage of the imperial series from the accession of Nerva, first of the "Adoptive" emperors, down to the overthrow of the Severan dynasty with the assassination of Severus Alexander in AD 235. It thus encompasses what may justifiably be termed the "golden age" of the Roman imperial coinage. The chronological sequencing of the enormous variety of types within this period has always presented a considerable challenge to scholars, especially for the first half of the 2nd century when precise dating criteria were largely absent from the coin inscriptions. Volume II draws heavily on the published work of scholars such as Philip Hill and Wolfgang Szaivert in attributing an accurate date of issue to virtually every type listed in the catalogue. Mint attributions are also included based on the latest available evidence. (David Sear)



2002-07-03

Bekic, Luka. "Rimski i bizantski novac iz Vestra," Vjesnik Arheoloskog muzeja u Zagrebu 34 (2001), pp. 169-180.

Buric, Tonci, Slobodan Cace, and Ivo Fadic. "Sv. Juraj od Putalja," MHAS. Katalozi i monografije 12 (2001), pp. 86-87, 96, 137-142, 206, 211-212, 228,-229 233, 236, 269, 272-275, 281, 285-286, 310, 312-318, 322.

The authors describe the ancient and medieval coins found during the course of excavations. (Ivan Mirnik)

Deutsch, Robert. "Lasting Impressions: New Bullae Reveal Egyptian-Style Emblems on Judah's Royal Seals," Biblical Archaeology Review 28.4 (July/August 2002), pp. 42-51, 60-61, illus.

Garabedian, Margo-Lena E. "B.V. Zoubov's Roupenian Coin Collection (Part I. Levon I)," Armenian Numismatic Journal 28.3 (September 2002), pp. 82-84, illus.

Nercessian, Y.T. "The Armenian Coin Auctions of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc. 58, Triton V (2001, 2002)," Armenian Numismatic Journal 28.3 (September 2002), pp. 63-82.

Shakyan, Bagrat. "Davtyan and Co. Paper Money," Armenian Numismatic Journal 28.3 (September 2002), pp. 85-87, illus.



2002-07-02

Bartczak, Andrzej. "The Early Abbasid Dinars of the Petrovci Hoard," Vjesnik Arheoloskog muzeja u Zagrebu 30-31 (1997-1998), pp. 259-271.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Prilog prouèavanju velikog bosanskog zlatnika," Numizmatièke vijesti 39 (1997), pp. 101-109.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Rijedak primjerak novanog novca s oblièjem kralja Davida," Novi Omanut 25 (1997), pp. 57-58.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Krapinski srebrnjaci bana Jana Vitovca. Nova znaèajna akvizicija Arheoloskoga muzeja u Zagrebu," Kaj 32 (1999), pp. 4-5, 99-107.

Mirnik, Ivan. "150. obljetnica Jelaciceva "krizara"," Matica 49 (1999), pp. 8-9.

Mirnik, Ivan. "Ein interessanter Grundsteinfund in Raven (Kroatien)," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 317-318.

The author describes a foundation deposit of 19th century Austro-Hungarian currency and the Jelacic "forint". (Ivan Mirnik)

Mirnik, Ivan. "Skupni nalazi novca iz Hrvatske XI-XIII. XI. Skupni nalaz mletackog novca iz Kruskovace. XII. skupni nalaz mletaèkog novca iz Sv. Roka. XIII. Skupni nalaz mletaèkog novca iz okolice Karlovca," Vjesnik Arheoloskog muzeja u Zagrebu 32-33 (1999-2000), pp. 207-248.



2002-06-29

Paraschiv-Talmatchi, C. and G.M. Talmatchi. "Studiu statistic asupra monedelor grecesti romane, romano-bizantine si medievale aflate în colectia Ana Craciun (MINA Constanta)," Analele Dobrogei 5.2 (1999), pp. 80-96.

Analyse des données statistiques sur les monnaies des IVe-XIIIe d'une collection provenue de Hârsova (dép. de Constantza). (Ernest Oberländer-Târnoveanu)

Theoklieva-Stoytcheva, E. Medieval Coins from Mesemvria. Sofia (2001).

Publication d'un nombre de 273 monnaies provenues des trouvailles isolées et des trésors trouvés à Méssembria pontique. La plupart sont monnaies byzantines, dont: 45 monnaies des VIe-VIIe ss., qui s'arretent sous Léontius, 5 ex. des IXe-Xe ss., de Théophile à Constantin VII et Zoé, follis anonyme classe A 1 - 1 ex., classe A 2 - A 3 - 20 ex., classe B - 23 ex., dont 18 font partie d'un trésor, classe C - 5 ex., classe D - 3 ex., classe E - 2 ex., classe I - 1 ex., Constantin X et Éudocie - 1 ex., Michel VII - 1 ex., Jean II - 1 ex., Manuel Ier - 9 ex., Isaac II - 4 ex., Alexis III - 3 ex., imitations bulgares - 3 ex., imitations latines, Constantinople - 18 ex., Thessalonice - 2 ex., Empire de Nicée - 5 ex., Empire de Thessalonice - 2 ex., Empire byzantine restauré - 6 ex. Les trouvailles de Méssembria comptent aussi émissions de l'Épire - 1 ex. (XIVe s.), de Venise - 1 ex. (L. Tiepolo) et de la Bulgarie - 108 ex., dont 102 font partie d'un trésor. Il faut noter que l'idéntification de certaines pièces est erronée, voir le no 47, n'est pas une émission d'un atelier d'Italie méridionale, mais une demi-follis de Léontius, frappé à Constantinople, les nos 52-71 ne sont pas émissions de Jean Ier ou leur "imitations", mais folles anonymes classes A 2 - A 3, le no 72 est un follis anonyme classe A 1 et non classe A 3, comme pourrait resulter du refference à DOC III 2 p. 666, A 2. 39. 4, le no 89 n'est pas un follis de Nicéphore III, mais de Michel VII, peut-être une pièce coulée, le no 91 n'est pas un follis ... de Jean II, mais un staménon et la monnaie du no 111 est une imitation latine Constantinople au petit module type A et non au grand module. Malgré ces remarques, la livre est une des plus importantes contributions parrue jusqu'à présent sur les trouvailles monétaires des VIe-XIVe ss. en Bulgarie. (Ernest Oberländer-Târnoveanu)



2002-06-27

Burrell, Barbara. "K.G. Holum, A. Raban and J. Patrich. Caesarea Papers. Vol. 2, Herods Temple, the Provincial Governor's Praetorium and Garanaries, the Later Harbor, a Gold Coin Hoard, and Other Studies. (JRA Suppl. 35). Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology 1999," American Journal of Archaeology 106.1 (January 2002), pp. 107-110.

Leuthold, Enrico Jr. "La monetzione argentea del Sultano Aynal," Società Numismatica Italiana. Communicazione 35 (November 2000), pp. 28-29, illus.

The most important results from previous research in 1983 (RIN, LXXXIV) are confirmed: The theoretical weight of the so-called dirhams is 1.4875 g. The full design of these very small coins can now be reconstructed through comparison with large dies. An unpublished dirham of Aynal is presented. (Enrico, Leuthold Jr.)

Sheedy, Kenneth. "Wolfgang Fischer-Bossert. Chronologie der Didrachmenprägung von Tarent. (DAI Antiken Münzen und Geschnittene Steine 14). Berlin: Walter De Gruyter 1999," American Journal of Archaeology 106.2 (April 2002), pp. 338-339.



2002-06-26

Anonymous. "Bill Warden (1947-2000)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 1-2, illus.

Barrage, Fawzan. "Samir Shamma," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 1-2.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "P.L. Gupta," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 1-2.

Goron, Stan L. "Ken Wiggins (1924-2000)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 1-2, illus.

Hardaker, Terry. "P.L. Gupta," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 1.

Kurbanov, Golib. "A Bukharan Coin Story," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Winter 2001), pp. 23-24, illus.

Lingen, Jan. "So-Called Paliakatten, VOC Rupees 'Struck' at the Coromandel Coast of India," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 24-26, illus.

MacDonald, David. "The First and Second Heliocles II/Hermaios Overstrikes," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 21-22, illus.

Mackenzie, Kenneth M. "An Altin of Shahin Giray, Struck in the Baghcheserai Mint," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 13-14, illus.

Mackenzie, Kenneth M. "A Variant of the Fterounta Countermark used in Myteline 1887," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 14, illus.

Mackenzie, Kenneth M. and Slobodan Sreckovic. "Coinage of Muhammad (Mehmed) II Akches Minted in 855 AH (In the Light of a Newly Found Hoard)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 17-20, illus.

Mahajan, Nupam. "Gold Coins of the Hangal Kadamaba Ruler Shantivarna (1075-1094 AD) in the Name of the Western Chalukya ruler Jayasimba II Jagadekamalla," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 29, illus.

Mayer, Tobias. "The Value of Copper Coins on the Crimea c. 1280-1330," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 5, illus.

Mears, Barbara. "Anantasayanam and Thirai Cash of Venad and Travancore," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 166 (Winter 2001), pp. 1-39, illus.

Millancourt, B. "A Copper Falus from Qandahar under Mughal Rule," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 25, illus.

Mosig-Walburg, K. "A New Coin Type of the Sasanian King Pêrôz," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 12-13, illus.

Nastich, Vladimir. "The Enigmatic "Starvation" Dirham (Al-Uzjand, 610 AH) - A Coinage of the Qarakhitay Gürkhan," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 3-5, illus.

Pfeiffer-Tas, Sule. "New Research in Ayasuluk - The Coin Hoards of Aydĺnoglu Isa Bey," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 5, illus.

Puddester, Bob. "Catalogue of British India Passes, Tickets, Checks and Tokens. Part VIII - Accountant General Tokens," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 26-29, illus.

Puddester, Bob. "Catalogue of British India Passes, Tickets, Checks and Tokens. Part IX - Finance, Control and Collection Tokens," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 25-28, illus.

Puddester, Robert P. "Catalogue of British India Passes, Tickets, Checks and Tokens. Part X - Port, Dock Customs and Harbour Tickets, Passes and Tokens," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 18-23, illus.

Rhodes, Nicholas. "Vasant Chowdhury (1928-2000)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 2, illus.

Rhodes, Nicholas. "The Earliest Gold Coins of Assam," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 15-16, illus.

Rhodes, Nicholas. "A Hoard of Sikh Coins from Kashmir," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 16-17, illus.

Riches, Les. "A New Variety in Kota Series from Haryana/Punjab," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 23-24, illus.

Schädelbach, Dietrich. "A Group of Countermarked Imitative Drachms of Hormizd IV," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 3-4, illus.

Schuster, Wolfgang. "A New 19th Century Coin from the Yemen," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 19-21, illus.

Silver, James A. "A Chinese Republican Trial Strike," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 21-22, illus.

Talvio, Tuukka. "Beatrice Granberg (1916-2000)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 2.

Tan, Gilbert. "Rarities of the Reign Title TAI HE," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 28-32, illus.

Tan, Gilbert. "Forgeries of Chinese Coins in the Schjöth Collection," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 22-29, illus.

Tan, Gilbert and Wu Xiankang. "A Review of the Rare "Da Zhong" and "Hung Wu" Coins with the Character "Jing" on the Reverse," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 30-32, illus.

Timmermann, Frank. "A Mamluk Dirham from al-Ladhiqiyya," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 13, illus.

Timmermann, Frank. "A Half Rupee of Farrukhhsiyar from Junagarh Mint," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 30-32, illus.

Timmermann, Frank. "A Qarakhanid Fals from Bukhara," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 15, illus.

Timmermann, Frank. "An Unpublished Hephthalite Drachm," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 30, illus.

Timmermann, Frank and Michael Federov. "An Unpublished Dinar from the Waksh Area of Present-Day Tajikistan," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 19-21, illus.

Treadwell, W.L. "The Chronology of the Pre-Reform Copper Coinage of Early Islamic Syria," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 1-14, illus.

Vardanian, A. R. "On the Circulation in Armenia of the Copper Coins of Ildegizid Ruler Muhammad Jahan Pahlavan 571-582 AH (1175-1186 AD)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 6-7.

Wang, Helen. "Membership Tokens of the Boxer Rebellion, China, 1900-01," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 21, illus.

West, Vincent. "Ge'ez Punctuation Marks on Aksumite Coins," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 166 (Winter 2001), pp. 4-5, illus.

West, Vincent. "The Early History of the British Museum Collection of Aksumite Coins," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 28-32.

Wiesner, Wolfgang. "When Did King Anandasandra Rule? On the Chronology of Medieval Arakan/Burma," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 3, illus.

Wilski, Hans. "Countermarks of Lemnos on Ottoman Copper Coins," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 6.

Yih, Tjong Ding. "Fifteenth Century Copper Coins (Dangi) from Kashghar," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 15-16, illus.



2002-06-25

Kalinin, Vadim. "The Samanid Coinage of Khojend," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 15-16, illus.

Kalinin, Vadim and Vladimir Nastich. "A Copy of a 419 AH Ghaznavid Presentation Dinar," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 22-23, illus.

Khromov, Konstantin K. "A Rare Tartar-Genoese Copper Coin," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 17-19, illus.

Kumar, Sanjeev. "New Coin Varieties of the Gupta Dynasty Gold Dinars," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 23-24, illus.

Kumar, Sanjeev and Ellen M. Raven. "Half Dinara Coin of Chandragupta II, from the Shivlee Collection," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 24-25, illus.



2002-06-24

Akin, Alexander. "An 'Abbassid Fals of Sijistan Struck on Chinese-Style Planchet," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 14-15, illus.

Akin, Alexander. "A Reply to Stefan Heidemann's 'Mas'ud al-Khwarezmi in Kashgar 660 / 1261-2'," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 16-17, illus.

Alam, S.M. Iftekhar. "A New Mint for the Sultans of Bengal," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Autumn 2000), pp. 30, illus.

Becker, Bernd. "Three Sikh Medals or Tokens," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 28, illus.

Bertsch, Wolfgang. "The Use of Maldivian Cowries as Money according to an 18th Century Portuguese Dictionary on World Currencies," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2001), pp. 16-19, illus.

Bertsch, Wolfgang. "Numismatic Literature on the Coins and Banknotes of Tibet," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 1-14, illus.

Bertsch, Wolfgang. "An Unrecorded Date of the Second Issue of the Tibetan Copper Sho," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 15-16, illus.

Bertsch, Wolfgang. "An Unrecorded Mohar of Jaya Prakash Malla of Nepal," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 16, illus.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "Numismatic Vestiges of Shah Jahan's Campaign in the Deccan," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 21-24, illus.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "Copper Issues of the Bhilsa Mint - II," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 22-24, illus.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "Bangalore - A New Mint for the East India Company Coinage," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 26-27, illus.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "Two Postscripts. 1. The Mint-Town Zafarnagar, 2. Description of a Mark on a Copper Coin of Bhilsa," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 27-28.

Bhandare, Shailendra. "A Coin of Aparaditya, the Shilahara King of Thane," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Winter 2001), pp. 16-18.

Bhandare, Shailendra and Stefan Heidemann. "A die for imitation of Umayyad dinars found in Syria," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 8-9, illus.

Bopearachchi, Osmund. "Two Unreported Coins from the Second Mir Zakah Deposit," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 15-16, illus.

Two Graeco-Bactrian gold staters are described. (Martin Allen)

Bopearachchi, Osmund. "Sabedana or Sarpadana," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 21, illus.

The author attributes some Indo-Scythian coins. (Martin Allen)

Bopearachchi, Osmund. "Two More Unique Coins from the Second Mir Zakah Deposit," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 21-22, illus.

A gold Graeco-Bactrian coin and a lead coin from Mir Zakah in Pakistan are described. (Martin Allen)

Bopearachchi, Osmund and Klaus Grigo. "'Thundering Zeus' Revisited," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 22-24, illus.

A hoard of Graeco-Bactrian gold staters from Vaisili. (Martin Allen)

Bose, S.K. "A Potentially Important Coin of Cooch Behar," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 29.

Chowdhury, Vasant. "The Gosaba Rupee and Sir Daniel Hamilton," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 29-30, illus.

Clancy, Kevin. "The British Trade Dollar," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 25-29, illus.

Deshazo, A.S. "The Two Governors 'Abd al-'Aziz b. 'Abd Allah," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 13-14, illus.

Deshazo, A.S. "The Coinage of "Ibn Malik"," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 11-13, illus.

Farr, James and Vladimir N. Nastich. "An Unrecorded 'Abbasid Fals of al-Shash, AH 149, in the Name of al-Mahdi," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 12-14, illus.

Federov, Michael. "A Rare Fals of AH 401 Struck at Itaq: (New Data about the 'Dihqans of Itaq' Dynasty," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 11-13, illus.

Federov, Michael. "On the Attribution of the Anonymous Chaghatayid Coins Minted in 726-727 AH," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 9-11.

Federov, Michael. "A Rare Dirham Struck by the Qarakhanid Appanage Ruler Harun bin 'Ali at Marghinan," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 7-10, illus.

Federov, Michael. "A Rare Seljuqid Fiduciary Dinar of Walwalij," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 17-19, illus.

Federov, Michael. "Notes on the Qarakhanids and their Coinage," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 165 (Autumn 2000), pp. 1-52, illus.

Federov, Michael. "On the "Silver Crisis" in Central Asia, Caucasus and Adjacent Regions of the Middle East," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 166 (Winter 2001), pp. 12-15, illus.

Federov, Michael. "Bukhara in the 11th Century AD (According to Numismatic Data)," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 167 (Spring 2001), pp. 9-15, illus.

Federov, Michael. "Two Rare Qarakhanid Coins of Tirmidh from the Tübingen University Collection," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 14-15, illus.

Federov, Michael. "Notes on the Qarakhanids and their coinage - II," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter. Supplement 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 1-48, illus.

Federov, Michael. "Qarakhanid coins as a source for the history of Itaq," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 10-18, illus.

Federov, Michael. "On the Numismatic History of Saghaniyan in the First Half of the 11th Century AD," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 4-5.

Foss, Clive. "Anomalous Arab-Byzantine coins: Some problems and suggestions," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 166 (Winter 2001), pp. 5-12, illus.

Godbole, Sanjay. "A Unique Silver Seal of Muhammad A'zam Shah, Son of Aurangzeb," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 164 (Summer 2000), pp. 25-26, illus.

Goodwin, Tony. "Seventh century Islamic countermarks from Syria," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 162 (Winter 2000), pp. 13-16, illus.

Goodwin, Tony. "Anomalous Arab-Byzantine Coins - Some Further Observations," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 168 (Summer 2001), pp. 11-12.

Goron, Stan L. "Coins of the Indian Sultanates," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 24-25, illus.

Heidemann, Stefan. "Mas'ud al-Khwarizmi in Kashghar 660/1261-2," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 163 (Spring 2000), pp. 12-14, illus.

Heidemann, Stefan. "Graffiti on Sasanian Coins," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 4, illus.

Huth, Martin. "Imitations of Athenian Coins from the Kingdom of Qataban," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 2-3, illus.

Ilisch, Lutz. "Problems of South Arabian Copper Coinages in the Early Modern times," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 5-6.

Hinrichs, Johann-Christoph. "Marks on Ottoman Weights," Oriental Numismatic Society Newsletter 169 (Autumn 2001), pp. 6.

Petruso, Karl M. "Weight Measurement in Late Mycenaean Greece: An Empirical Study," American Journal of Archaeology 106.2 (April 2002), pp. 251-252.

Stolyarik, Elena. "A New Scythian Coin Type from the Western Pontic Region," American Journal of Archaeology 106.2 (April 2002), pp. 286.

Walbank, Mary E.H. "'Ghost Money' in Roman Corinthian Graves," American Journal of Archaeology 106.2 (April 2002), pp. 239-240.



2002-06-18

Bendall, Simon. "A New Copper Trachy of Theodore I Lascaris of Nicaea (1205-1222)?" Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 161, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "Two Rare Byzantine Coins of the Comnenian Dynasty," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 311, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "Robert Allen, Housebreaker," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 245-246, illus.

An eighteenth-century convict 'love' token. (Robert I. Gait)

Bourne, R.J. "An Anonymous Radiate with the Bust of Carausius," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 92, illus.

Brindley, James C. "A Siglos Lot with Unusual Portraits," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 90-92, illus.

Brindley, James C. "Unpublished Tokens from the Shuttlewood Collection," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 369-370, illus.

The article describes a group of seventeenth-century English tokens. (Martin Allen)

Du Quesne Bird, N. "Thoughts on the Coinage of the Ionian Islands and of the Venetian Levant in General," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 162-163.

Eaglen, Robin J. "How Rare is the Pyramids Type of Edward the Confessor?" Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 309-310.

Eaglen, R.J. "The Ranking of Mints in the Reign of Edward the Confessor," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 361-362.

Everson, Tim. "New Varieties of Edward III Class 8b Berwick Farthings," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 312, illus.

H.C. "Peter Begent (1930-2001_," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 315.

Hodge, Eric C. "Cark Cotton Works," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 53-54, illus.

The source of an English countermark on Spanish-American dollars. (Martin Allen)

Holmes, Simon. "A New Variety of Aurelian from Serdica," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 313, illus.

Holmes, Simon. "A New Variety of Carausius," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 311, illus.

Kretz, Rainer. "Tasciovanos' Second Coinage Staters - A First Classification," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 6-10, illus.

Lane, E.N. "A New Coin of Prostanna," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 246-247, illus.

A bronze coin of Antoninus Pius (138-161) from Prostanna in Asia Minor. (Martin Allen)

Mansfield, S.J. and P.S. Pavlou. "The Coronation Issue of Heraclius Constantine," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 244-245, illus.

Rebello, F. "A Gold Sao Tome of the Reign of D. Sebastiao I," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 366, illus.

Rebello, F. "A New Type of Sao Tome of 1701," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 162, illus.

Schulze, Wolfgang. "A 'Trident' Countermark from Cyprus on Bronze Coins of Ptolemy II Philadelphus," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 363-365, illus.

Sharp, Michael. "Jeffrey Mass (1940-2001)," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 167, illus.

Sharp, Michael. "Noël Woolf (1911-2001)," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 243.

Stewartby, Lord and Peter Woodhead. "Edward III Pre-Treaty Farthings," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 233, illus.

Swakhoven, Peter J. "Joe Caused A Lot of Trouble on Curaçao," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 366-369, illus.

The counterstamping of Portuguese gold 'Joes' in Curaçoa as a measure against counterfeiting. (Martin Allen)

Thomas, Bob. "A Second Specimen of a Class VI Coin of Durham from the Voided Long Cross Series of Henry III/Edward I," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 371, illus.

Wend, David A. "Claudius: The Man, Times and Coinage - Part I," The Celator 13.2 (February 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Woodhead, Peter. "A Leopard Revealed," Numismatic Circular 109 (2001), pp. 95, illus.

A Calais double tournois of Edward III is described by the author. (Martin Allen)



2002-06-15

Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.). Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24. New York (2001).

Danforth, Brian J. "Discovered: Wood's Money with a Reeded Edge," The Colonial Newsletter 42.1 (April 2002), pp. 2334-2335, illus.

Dever, William G. "The Silver Trail: Response to the Papers of Ephraim Stern and Seymour Gitin," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 49-51, illus.

Gitin, Seymour and Amir Golani. "The Tel Miqne-Ekron Silver Hoards: The Assyrian and Phoenician Connections," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 27-48, illus.

Jordan, Louis E. "The Massachusetts Mint, British Politics and a Postscript on the Hull Ledger," The Colonial Newsletter 42.1 (April 2002), pp. 2305-2329, illus.

Keyser, Paul T. and David D. Clark. "Analyzing and Interpreting the Metallurgy of Early Electrum Coins," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 105-126, illus.

Kleeberg, John M. "Peter Rosa's Replicas of Colonial Coins," The Colonial Newsletter 42.1 (April 2002), pp. 2330-2333, illus.

Kroll, John H. "Observations on Monetary Instruments in Pre-Coinage Greece," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 77-91, illus.

Schaps, David M. "The Conceptual Prehistory of Money and its Impact on the Greek Economy," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 93-103, illus.

Sportack, Mark A. "Bermuda's Copper of 1793: Revisiting Pridmore's Classification System," The Colonial Newsletter 41.3 (December 2001), pp. 2255-2283, illus.

Stern, Ephraim. "The Silver Hoard from Tel Dor," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 19-26, illus.

Stos-Gale, Zofia Anna. "The Impact of the Natural Sciences on Studies of Hacksilber and Early Silver Coinage," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 49-51, illus.

Vlack, Robert A. "The French Colonies Sou of 1767," The Colonial Newsletter 41.3 (December 2001), pp. 2285-2299, illus.

Wallace, Robert W. "Remarks on the Value and Standards of Early Electrum Coins," in Balmuth, Miriam S. (ed.) Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, Numismatic Studies 24 (2001), pp. 127-134.



2002-06-12

Bellemare, Pierre Marc. "The Allocation of Reverse Types Among Imperial Personages on the Post-Severan Coinage of Roman Egypt, Part III (b): The Remaining Reigns," Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.2 (June, 2002), pp. 81-94, illus.

Bourne, Marcy Leavitt. "The BAMS Student Medal Project Goes East 1998/99," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 92-95, illus.

Braunlin, Michael. "FIDIS MILITVM - A new Camp Gate reverse legend for Constantine I," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 9, illus.

Brindley, James C. "The Fourth Century Wolf Protome Coins from South-East Asia Minor," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 115-119, illus.

Brzić, Aleksandar N. and Hubert Emmerig. "Possibly New and Unpublished Lauer Pattern for the Unrealised 1890 Coinage of the Kingdom of Serbia," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 55-56, illus.

Clayton, Peter A. "Coins and History: The Changing Face over Two Millennia," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 309-310, illus.

Cuddeford, Michael J. "Two New Legend Varieties for Cunobelinos," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 106, illus.

De Jersey, Philip. "The Stater of Volisios Cartivellaunos," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 208-209, illus.

Dickinson, Michael. "Bank of England dollar varieties - Part I," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 275-277, illus.

Dickinson, Michael. "Pattern Crowns dated 1798," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 243-246, illus.

Dickinson, Michael. "Bank of England Dollar Varieties - Part II," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 310-314, illus.

Donald, Peter. "'Ananeosis' and the Earliest Folles of Constans II (641-668)," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 159, illus.

Du Quesne Bird, N. "A Note on the Receipt Books of the Civil War Mint at Exeter," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 6, illus.

Dunger, G.T. "A First Hand Type Penny of Aethelred II from the Abbey Mint of Medehamstede, Peterborough," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 209, illus.

Dunger, G.T. "Unrecorded Celtic Quarter Staters from the Winchester Area," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 247, illus.

Ferguson, W.B. "The Second Coinage St Andrews Pennies of John Baliol," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 3-7, illus.

Ganz, David L. "Collecting America's New 50 State Circulating Commemoratives," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 278-281, illus.

Georgiadis, Nicolaos. "A New Coin of Macrinus (217-8) from Soli-Pompeiopolis in Cilicia," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 175, illus.

Gerlovič, Silvester. "Sarmatski novci," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 9, illus.

An overview of the imperial coinage produced by the emperor Vespasian. (Oliver Hoover)

Gorsler, Frank. "A Second Plymouth Shilling Token," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 160, illus.

Harley, A.S. "The Guatemala Crown Countermark of 1663," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 46, illus.

Juel-Jensen, B. "Chapelet Casting in Aksum," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 8, illus.

Juel-Jensen, B. "More Gold Coins out of India of King Ousanas of Aksum," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 176, illus.

Juel-Jensen, B. "Two Gold Coins of King Eon of Aksum struck from Unpublished Dies," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 44-45, illus.

Juel-Jensen, B. "Aksumite "Coins" for Tourists and a Forged Gold Coin from India," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 8-9, illus.

Karukstis, Charles Paul. "A Note on the Localisation of Pseudo-Byzantine Coinage in Syria," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 158, illus.

Kent, J.P.C. "RIC X Addenda and Corrigenda 5: to 31 December 1998," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 47.

Kirton, R.W. "An Unpublished Type III Fleur-de-Lis Groat of James II," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 10.

Kretz, Rainer. "The Early Gold Staters of Tasciovanus - A Postscript," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 49, illus.

Kretz, Rainer. "The 'RICON' Staters of Tasciovanos," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 97-102, illus.

Lean, W. and H.E. Pagan. "A Small Group of Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins in the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 143, illus.

Leuthold, Enrico Jr. Un dinaro coniato a Tarabulus ( Tripoli di Libia ) nel 416 H./1025 A.D. durante la "assenza" dell' Imam al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah. La zecca di Zawilah in Fazzan. Milan (2002).

A previously unpublished dinar struck at Tarabulus al Gharb during the absence ("ghayba") of al-Hakim is illustrated. The posthumous coinage of this Fatimid Caliph is reviewed. An excursus deals with the location of the mint of al-Zawilah. (Enrico, Leuthold Jr.)

Mackenzie, Kenneth M. "Meccan Copper Coins (Fals) 1804-1824: A Review of Specimens Known," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 103-105, illus.

Mansfield, S.J. "A New Coin of the Byzantine Emperor Leontius (695-8)," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 282, illus.

Mass, Jeffrey P. "A New Short Cross Moneyer," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 207, illus.

A Short Cross class Ib cut halfpenny of Henry II (1158-89) provides a previously unrecorded moneyer's name (Iustin or Tustin). (Martin Allen)

Miletić, Rista. "De belli civilis," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 3-6, illus.

The author discusses the civil war coinages of AD 69. (Oliver Hoover)

Miletić, Rista. "Novac imperatora Vespasijana (69-79)," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 7-8, illus.

An overview of the imperial coinage produced by the emperor Vespasian. (Oliver Hoover)

Munro-Hay, S.C. "A New Gold Coin of King Ousana of Aksum," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 229, illus.

Nawartmal, Hanuman. "Aksumite Coins in India - Some New Evidence," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 3-4, illus.

North, J.J. "The Bronze Fish of China," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 144-145, illus.

North, J.J. ""An Empire at Peace" - A Chinese Puzzle," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 121, illus.

Orna-Ornstein, John. "Ancient Forgery of an Aureus of Claudius," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 146, illus.

Osmanović, Emil . "O jednom motivu na novcu Dirahija i Apolonije," Dinar 18 (2002), pp. 2, illus.

The author interprets the stellate pattern reverses of Dyrrachian and Apollonian silver coins as stylized representations of thunderbolts. (Oliver Hoover)

Pagan, H.E. "A Problematic Obverse Die-Link in the Small Flan type of Edward the Confessor," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 77, illus.

Pickup, David. "John Yonge Akerman - "The Real Father of the Numismatic Society"," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 177-178, illus.

Robinson, Michael. "Gordian III's Bronze Coinage of Tyre - A Further Specimen with Phoenician Letters," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 43, illus.

Sharp, Michael. "A new coin of Dir/Dernt," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 7, illus.

Stepaniuk, Daniel R. "A Roman Provincial Bronze from Philippi," Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.2 (June, 2002), pp. 59-72.

Swakhoven, Pieter J. "The 1821 Curaçao Reaal," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 160-162, illus.

Symons, David. "A Forged Edward III Groat," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 5, illus.

Symons, David. "A Mysterious Parcel of Denarii," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 75-76, illus.

Symons, David. "Seventeenth Century Tokens from the Finney Collection," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 146-147, illus.

Takov, Emil. "The Bronze Coinage of Theodore Mangaphas, Usurper in Philadelphia (1188-1189 and 1204-1205) in the Light of the Byzantine Monetary System at the End of the 12th Century," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 153-157, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "Hadrian and the Welfare of the Roman Empire," Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.2 (June 2002), pp. 73-80, illus.

Thompson, R.H. "R.H. Benjamin Newton Bartlet (1745-1788)," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 79, illus.

Wellington, Imogen. "An Addition to the Trinovantian Coinage," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 47, illus.

Wellington, Imogen. "A New Shilling Bust of Elizabeth I," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 210-211, illus.

Williams, Gareth. "Some Forgeries of Anglo-Saxon Coins currently in Circulation," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 180, illus.



2002-06-02

Ashton, R.H.J. "Some Early Rhodian Forgeries," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 293-294, illus.

The author argues that four Rhodian 'drachms' are cast forgeries made in the eighteenth century from moulds taken from a genuine Rhodian didrachm now in the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow. (R.H.J. Ashton)

Attwood, Philip. "Uniquely placed: Switzerland and the Commemorative Medal," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 35-53, illus.

The history of Swiss medals is summarised, with particular attention being paid to the emphasis the medals give to places rather than to people, and to their close relationship with coins. Attention is also given to Swiss medallists who worked in other countries. (Philip Attwood)

Avery, Charles. "Giuseppe Broccetti's Medal of the Singer Faustina Bordoni," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 3-7, illus.

The minor Tuscan sculptor Giuseppe Broccetti (1684-1733) is known for only one medal, albeit with two alternative reverses: it shows a soprano opera-singer, Faustina Bordoni, who was celebrated all over Europe. Anglo-Florentine correspondence of the period in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, reveals the circumstances of the commission and the uses to which the medals were put. (Charles Avery)

Barrage, Fawzan and Warren C. Schultz. "A Hoard of Mamluk Dirhams from a Shipwreck," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 329-334.

Bendall, Simon. "A Counterfeit Guinea Scam," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 146.

A purchase of counterfeit guineas in Deptford, Kent in 1782, as a decoy in the event of a robbery by highwaymen. (Martin Allen)

Bendall, Simon. "The First Reformed Follis of Anastasius I," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 307, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "A Note on the Chronological Arrangement of the Hyperpyra of John III Ducas-Vatatzes of Nicaea," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 159-160, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "An Overstruck Tetarteron of Alexius I," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 308, illus.

Besly, E. M. "A Civil War Hoard from Tregwynt, Pembrokeshire," British Numismatic Journal 1998 (1998), pp. 119-136, illus.

An English Civil War hoard comprising 33 gold coins and 467 silver coins was discovered in September 1996 at Tregwynt Mansion, Granston, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. It was probably buried at the time of a royalist rising in the area in 1648. The hoard is published in full and appendices describe a gold ring from the hoard, the hoard's container, and comparative hoards of the period. The probate inventory (1663) of Llewellin Harrie, contemporary owner of Tregwynt, is published. (Edward Besly)

Bopearachchi, Osmund, Harry Falk, and Rajah Wickremesinhe. "Earliest Inscribed Coins, Moulds, Seals and Sealings from Tissamaharama (Sri Lanka)," The Numismatic Chronicle 2000 (2000), pp. 117-134, illus.

This article introduces a group of coins, moulds, seals and sealings found in Sri Lanka. On the basis of palaeography, the coins can be dated between the second century BC and second century AD. The oldest inscribed coins attested in the island, until this recent discovery, cannot be dated before the ninth century AD. (Osmund Bopearachchi, Harry Falk and Rajah Wickremesinhe)

Boublíková-Jahnová, Juliana. "Michal Vitanovský: A Retrospect," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 79-86, illus.

Michal Vitanovský, born in 1946, became a professional sculptor in the early 1970s, and has devoted himself to medals since 1974. His work includes both struck and cast pieces. (Philip Attwood)

Bourne, Marcy Leavitt. "Being an account of the Royal Mint - BAMS Millennium Medal Competition and of its winner, Felicity Powell," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 87-94, illus.

The idea for an open medal competition was first mooted in 1996, and came to fruition in February 1999, with the announcement that Felicity Powell had won the £10,000 prize. Her medal depicts a dandelion 'clock'. (Marcy Leavitt Bourne)

Bourne, Marcy Leavitt. "Talking with Theo van de Vathorst," The Medal 35 (Autumn 1999), pp. 69-78, illus.

The sculptor and medallist Theo van de Vathorst was born in Utrecht in 1934, and has been much honoured in the Netherlands, where his public sculpture is sited in the open air and in a number of public buildings and corporations. (Marcy Leavitt Bourne)

Challis, C.E. "Three Notes on the Tudor Mint," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 149-152.

Note I fleshes out the careers of two provosts of the moneyers in the Tower mint: Robert Harry Yonge (d. 1500) and his son Richard (c. 1545), with an illustration of their tomb (now destroyed). Note II publishes the text of the pyx trial held in 1523, relating to the experimental alteration of the silver weight standard in the previous year. Note III expands and updates the listing of Tudor mint officials and moneyers published in BNJ 45 (1975). (C.E. Challis)

Cook, B.J. "Medieval and Early Modern Coin Finds from South Ferriby, Humberside," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 95-118.

A catalogue and discussion of 501 coin finds recovered by one metal detectorist across twenty years of activity in the small town and ferry port of South Ferriby. The report adds to the accumulating body of evidence for currency use in later medieval and early modern England. Significant coin use is apparent on this site from the late 12th century onwards. (B.J. Cook)

Cook, B.J. "The Bezant in Angevin England," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 255-275.

This article considers the considerable range of documentary references to the Byzantine gold coin known in the West as the bezant, in English administrative, financial and legal sources for the period of the Angevin monarchy, 1154-1259. It suggests that the role of the bezant in the general English currency and in some specialised areas of use has been underestimated by recent commentators. (B.J. Cook)

Crafter, T.C.R. "A Re-examination of the Classification and Chronology of the Cross-and-Crosslets Type of Henry II," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 42-63, illus.

The aim of this paper is to re-evaluate the classification and internal chronology of the Cross-and-Crosslets (Tealby) coinage last comprehensively formulated in 1951. Irregular coins akin to class C are assigned to a separate class, and the evidence furnished by the Pipe Rolls and hoards is re-examined. A new chronology is applied to statistical evidence for the number of dies, single finds and hoards, and wastage rates are assessed. An Appendix lists the hoards. (T.C.R. Crafter)

Da Silva, Carlos Baptista. "The First International Biennial of Contemporary Medals of Seixal, Portugal," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 101-102, illus.

This Biennial, from 6 November 1999 to 15 January 2000, brought together the works of 61 artists from many countries. The prize-winning works are described. The first prize was divided between two Portuguese artists: Helder Batista, for his medal the Cornfield and Wind, and David Catarino, for passing of the Second Millennium. (Carlos Baptista Da Silva)

Delrieux, Fabrice. "Les Monnaies de Mylasa aux Types de Zeus Osogôa et Zeus Labraundeus," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 33-45, illus.

La cité de Mylasa en Carie est à l'origine de tétradrachmes et de didrachmes représentent les dieux cariens Zeus Osogôa et Zeus Labraundeus. Leur émission pourrait avoir eu lieu vers le milieu du IIIe siècle a.C., après que Mylasa, grâce à l'intervention des Séleucides, eut recouvré son autonomie au détriment des Lagides. I est également très possible que des petits bronzes montrant une bipenne et un trident aient été émis en même temps que les monnaies aux duex Zeus. Tous ces monnayages se placeraient ainsi avant la frappe des alexandres en argent de Mylasa à la bipenne et au trident combinés, et avant les bronzes mylasiens an cheval et au trident. (Fabrice Delrieux)

Dethlefs, Gerd. "New Thinking and Conservatism: The Medal in the Federal Republic of Germany," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 61-68, illus.

This survey of medallic art in West Germany between 1949 and 1989 examines trends and the role of museums and collectors, FIDEM exhibitions and the German Medal Society. Some works of important artists are discussed to analyse stylistic developments. (Gerd Dethlefs)

Duncan-Jones, R.P. "Die Productivity and Wastage in Roman Republican Coinage," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 245-254, illus.

Using denarius hoards of the late Republic, this paper investigates whether the average amount of coin struck per die was stable, from the representation of serially numbered die-sets in these hoards. An apparent increase in the number coins per die seems to be an artefact of coin wastage, not an indication that dies were striking more coins. (R.P. Duncan-Jones)

Eyres, Patrick. "'Patriotizing, Strenuously, the whole Flower of his Life': The Political Agenda of Thomas Hollis's Medallic Programme," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 8-23, illus.

Between 1755 and 1770 Thomas Hollis (1720-74) implemented a systematic programme of collection, patronage, publication, distribution and journalism. Originating as a Pittite celebration of British ascendancy, it developed into a critique of George III's ministries. As a campaigned representative of Whig and dissenting Protestant opinion, Hollis promoted the civil and religious liberties of American and British subjects. (Philip Attwood)

Federov, Michael. "The Qysmychi hoard of Qarakhanid dirhams (1002-1021)," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 171-202, illus.

The hoard was found in 1992 at Qysmychi hillfort (medieval Yakaligh), Kirghizstan. The author studied 875 coins minted AH 393-411 (AD 1002-21) at 21 mints. 215 types of coins are illustrated, and historical interpretation of the new data provided by the hoard is given. (Michael Federov)

Finn, Patrick. "Ashmore Replicas - Revisited," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 3-7, illus.

Replicas of Ancient British and English coins made by Trevor Ashmore since the 1960s. (Martin Allen)

Ford, Michael. "The Coin Hoards of Late Roman/Early Byzantine Egypt from the Reform of Diocletianus to the Reform of Anastasius, AD 294-491," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 335-367.

A bibliography, with commentary and some additional information. (Michael Ford)

Förster, Georg H. "Peru Libre! Numismatic Witnesses in the Fight for Independence," Numismatic Circular 108 (2000), pp. 235-237, illus.

The 'PERU LIBRE' silver 8 reales minted in Lima in 1823. (Martin Allen)

Freud, Jane M. and Joseph L. Tucker. "A Resonating Residency," The Medal 36 (Spring 2000), pp. 85-92, illus.

A description of the sculptor Jane McAdam Freud's 'Artist in Residence' period in St Louis, Missouri, where he was invited to cast a new edition of medals, using the ceramic shell process. She and Joe Tucker also discuss her concurrent exhibition called 'Resonating', which was held at the Forum for Contemporary Art. (Jane Mcadam Freud and Joseph L. Tucker)



2002-06-01

Allen, Martin. "A Revised Chronology of the English Coinage, 1317-1335," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1998), pp. 144-146.

Allen, Martin. "Documentary Evidence for the Output, Profits and Expenditure of the Bury St. Edmunds Mint," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 210-213.

Allen, Martin. "An Edward III Class 15d Penny of Reading," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 214-215.

Allen, Martin. "The Pembroke College, Cambridge Hoard of Tudor and Stuart Gold Coins," British Numismatic Journal 69 (1999), pp. 222-226.

Allen, Martin. "Ecclesiastical Mints in Fifteenth-Century England," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 249-259.

Archibald, Marion M. "Two Ninth-Century Viking Weights found near Kingston, Dorset," British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998), pp. 11-20, illus.

Archibald, Marion M. "A William I Lead Tally found near Salisbury," Numismatic Circular 107 (1999), pp. 281-282, illus.

Arnold, Paul. "German Medallic Art in the Seventeenth Century," The Medal 37 (Autumn 2000), pp. 15-19, illus.

Dawson, Aileen. "Jacques Boucher de Crèvecoeur de Parthes and the Physionotype," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 37-42, illus.

Desnier, J.-L. "De l'autre côté du miroir: les facettes multiples d'une médaille d'Henri III de 1588," The Medal 34 (Spring 1999), pp. 20-26, illus.



2002-05-28

Ashton, R.H.J. "The pseudo-Rhodian drachms of Kos," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 223-228, illus.

Ashton, R.H.J. "Some Greek Coins in the British Museum," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 41-49, illus.

Ashton, R.H.J. "More Pseudo-Rhodian Drachms from Central Greece: Haliartos (again), Chalkis, and Euboia uncertain(?)," The Numismatic Chronicle 160 (2000), pp. 93-116, illus.

The author restores certain pseudo-Rhodian drachms to Heliartos; attributes others to Chalkis; suggests tentatively that others may belong to a Euboian mint, possibly Histiaia; publishes two mixed hoards of the same period (Third Macdonian War); and discusses pseudo-Rhodian issues. (R.H.J. Ashton)

Burkhardt, A. and H.-J. Liewald. "Ein antiker Probeabschlag aus Blei einer Hekte aus Kyzikos," Schweizer Münzblätter 51 (2001), pp. 3-5, illus.

Carradice, Ian. "Two Achaemenid Hoards," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 1-23, illus.

Carroccio, B. "Der Stier mit Menschengesicht, die Zikade," Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 29 (2000), pp. 47-69, illus.

Delrieux, Fabrice. "Le rôle militaire des monnaies au monogramme dans la Carie de Pleistarchos," Revue Numismatique (2000), pp. 35-46, illus.

Ergänzung zu M. Thompson, The Alexandrine Mint of Mylasa, in: NumAntCl 10, 1981, 207 f. Ausgangspunkt ist Goldmünze von Philippus I. mit Beizeichen der Dreizacks und der Doppelaxt von Mylasa, sowie Alexandermünzen mit dem Monogramm, bestehend aus W und X darin. Vorstellung der Schatzfunde, in denen Münzen mit diesem Monogramm erscheinen; Datierung der Münzen auf 310-300; Ablehnung der Zuweisung an Eupolemos, General des Kassander; sie sollen statt dessen zur Bezahlung der Soldaten des Pleistarchos gedient haben. (Bernhard Weisser)

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Der Hortfund vom Dipylon 1875 (IGCH 339)," Athenische Mitteilungen 114 (1999), pp. 235-256, illus.

Guido, F. "Rinvenimenti monetali in agro di Trsnuraghes (Oristano)," Annotazioni Numismatiche 41 (2001), pp. 952-955, illus.

Hazzard, R.A. "A Review of the Cyprus Hoard, 1982," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 25-36, illus.

Hurter, Silvia. "Die Nike von Mytilene: eine anonyme Siegesprägung," Schweizer Münzblätter 51 (2001), pp. 21-22, illus.

Kovalenko, S. "On the Initial Period of Coinage in Tauric Chersonesus," Wiadomosci Numisatyczne 44 (2000), pp. 121-134, illus.

Lorber, Catharine C. "A Hoard of Facing Head Larissa Drachms," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 7-15, illus.

MacDonald, David. "Macedonian Civic Bronze Overstrikes and Circulating Areas," Nomismatika Chronika 19 (2000), pp. 115-119, illus.

Neue Beziehungen von Überprägungen in Thessaloniki, Amphipolis und Pella. Vermehrt die grundlegenden Beobachtungen von I. Touratsoglou (1993) um 3 weitere Beispiele. (Bernhard Weisser)

Manganaro, Giacomo. "Zeus Eleutherios - Zeus Kronos. Himera - Therma nel IV Sec." Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 48/49 (1998/99), pp. 71-99, illus.

Manov, M. "Two New Types of Bronze Coins of the Scythian Ruler Sariakes," Annotazioni Numismatiche 41 (2001), pp. 956-959, illus.

Martini, Rodolfo. "GS des Proconsuln von Asia des Jahres 2./1.v.Chr. auf pergamenischer Bronze des I. Jh. v.Chr." Annotazioni Numismatiche 40 (2000), pp. 922-928, illus.

Nollé, J. and A. Wenninger. "Themistokles und Archepolis: Eine griechische Dynastie im Perserreich und ihre Münzprägung," Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 48/49 (1998/99), pp. 29-70, illus.

Novák, V. "Fundmünzen eines Dareikos in Zaostrog (Tschechische Republik) 1997," Numismatické Listy 56 (2000), pp. 65-67, illus.

Pinock, R. "The"OCCEB" Alexandrian tetradrachms of Gordian III," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 236-249, illus.

Schulze, Wolfgang. "Aphrodites Stein. Das zyprische Aphroditeheiligtum auf römischen Provinzialmünzen," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 229-231, illus.

Sheedy, Kenneth A. "Some Greek coins in the British Museum," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 39-41, illus.

Sheedy, Kenneth A. "The Idalion stater found in a tomb at Marion in 1886," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 281, illus.

Specht, E. "Ein Medaillon des Philippus Arabs aus Bizye, Thrakien," Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Numismatischen Gesellschaft 41 (2001), pp. 62-65, illus.

Neuerwerbung von gleichem Rückseitentyp wie Löbbecke (Ausst. Vitr. 12,63). Ausführungen im einzelnen mit Kritik zu lesen (z.B. wird auf S. 62 der Zentrierpunkt zum Stempelvergleich herangezogen). (Bernhard Weisser)

Wartenberg, Ute. "Some Greek coins in the British Museum," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 37-39, illus.



2002-05-27

Biró-Sey, K. "Keltische Münzen in der Münzsammlung der Universität Oslo," Nordisk Numismatisk Årsskrift (1994-1996), pp. 5-21, illus.

Chabot, L. "Une monnaie massaliète possible, le kollybos," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 83.150 (2001), pp. 5-21, illus.

Bronzen mit einem Gewicht von meist unter 0.5 g; enthält auch Überlegungen zur Prägetechnik. (Bernhard Weisser)

Chauchoy, Ph. "Un quart de statère en quête d'attribution," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 83.150 (2001), pp. 23-26, illus.

Chevillon, J.-A. "L'hémiobole postarchaïque à la tête d'Apollon au pseudo-crobylos," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 38 (2001), pp. 9 ff., illus.

Neufund eines Hemiobols. (Bernhard Weisser)

Chevillon, J.-A. "Massalia: les têtes casquées / roue avec légende MATA," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 38.148 (2001), pp. 5-7, illus.

Delestrée, L.-P. and É Mantel. "Les monnaies gauloises du fanum d'Évreux (LEP Hébert)," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 83 (2001), pp. 19-32, illus.

Münzfund 25 AE. (Bernhard Weisser)

Feugère, M. "Les monnaies gauloises "au daim" BN 3566-3568," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 83 (2001), pp. 11-17, illus.

Fischer, B. "Les monnaies de la "Zone du denier": enseignements et problèmes," Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 29 (2000), pp. 279-288, illus.

Hazelgrove, Colin. "The Development of Iron Age Coinage in Belgic Gaul," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 111-168, illus.

The large number of new finds over the last twenty years from excavated settlements and sanctuaries has permitted a new chronological framework to be established for Iron Age coinage in Belgic Gaul. Although uncertainties remain, five principal phases of minting and circulation can be defined, spanning the last three centuries BC. (Colin Hazelgrove)

Hildebrandt, H.J. "Das latènezeitliche Münzsystem im mittleren Europa. Teile 3 u. 4," Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 48/49 (1998/99), pp. 7-28, illus.

Hollard, D. and L.-P. Delestrée. "Lugus "Long Bras": persistance d'un concept théologique celtique sur le numéraire frappé en Gaule," Société d'Études Numismatiques et Archéologiques, Cahiers Numismatiques 83.149 (2001), pp. 5-11, illus.

Kampmann, U. "Nachgießen keltischer Potin-Münzen," Münzen Revue 33.7/8 (2001), pp. 14ff., illus.

Kolnikova, E. "Keltische "Quinare des Prager Typs" in der Slovakai," Numismatické Listy 56 (2000), pp. 80-83, illus.

Kos, Peter and Ivan Mirnik. "The Ribnjacka Hoard (Bjelovar, Croatia)," The Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999), pp. 298-306, illus.

Laere, R. van. "De goutschat van Heers. Een muntvondst in Belgisch Limburg," De Beeldenaar 25 (2001), pp. 198-202, illus.

Militky, J. "16 keltische Münzen im westböhmischen Plzen," Numismatické Listy 56 (2000), pp. 73-79, illus.

Parente, A.R. "Arpi und Salapia, Münzen, die die Namen Dazos oder Pullos tragen," Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 29 (2000), pp. 235-249, illus.

Richard, J.-C. "Un petit bronze de Marseille provenant de Saint-Martin-de-Brômes (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) modèle des potins attribués aux Mandubii," Jarbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 48/49 (1998/99), pp. 1-5, illus.

Tristán, F. Chaves, E. Melchior Gil, M. Oria Segura, and R. Gil Fernández. "Gebäude und Monumente auf römerzeitlichen hispanischen Münzen," Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 29 (2000), pp. 289-317, illus.

Visonà, Paolo. "28. Keltische "Quinare des Prager Typs" in der Slovakai," Numismatické Listy 56 (2000), pp. 80-83, illus.

Wielle, Danny van de. "Quelques monnaies gauloises inédites ou rares," Bibliothèque Royale Albert Ier, Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 38 (2001), pp. 86-88, illus.

Williams, J.H.C. "Delete-Undelete: Mack 280 and Early British Silver," The Numismatic Chronicle 158 (1998), pp. 53-61, illus.



2002-05-23

van Alfen, Peter. "Greek Acquisitions," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 35, illus.

Atlan, Sabahat. Grek Sikkeleri (Arkaik, Klassik, Hellenistik). Istanbul (1993).

Baydur, Nezahat. Roma Sikkeleri. Istanbul (1998).

Bell, Benjamin R. "A New Model for Elymaean Royal Chronology," The Celator 16.5 (May 2002), pp. 34-39,50, illus.

Campbell, Francis. "Geoffrey H. North, 1909-2002," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 33-34.

Goldstein, Paul. "Bar Kokhba's Trumpet Coins of the Second Revolt," The Celator 16.5 (May 2002), pp. 29-31, illus.

Hoge, Robert Wilson. "Acquisition of Spanish Tumbaga Bars," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 31-32, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "The Making of Drachmas, Doubloons and Dollars," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 18-20, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Meshorer, Ya'akov. A Treasury of Jewish Coins. New York/Jerusalem: Amphora Books/Yad Ben-Zvi Press, 2001," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 36-39.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Noeske, Hans-Christoph. Die Münzen der Ptolemäer. Frankfurt am Main: Historisches Museum, 2000." American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 39-40.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Fontanille, Jean-Philippe and Sheldon Lee Gosline. The Coins of Pontius Pilate, Marco Polo Monographs 4. Warren Center, PA: Shangri-La Publications, 2001," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 40-42.

Karwiese, Stefan. Antik Numismatische Giris. Istanbul (1995).

Leonard, Robert. "Dr. Thomas S. Noonan, 1938-2001," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 32.

Mazurkie, Jennifer. "The History of the ANS: The First Ten Years," American Numismatic Society Magazine 1.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 21-24, illus.

Miller, Richard P. "Hannibal - Father of the Roman Denarius," The Celator 16.5 (May 2002), pp. 26-28, illus.

Tekin, Oguz. Antik Nümismatik ve Anadolu (Arkaik ve Klasik Çaglar). Istanbul (1997).

Vagi, David L. Coinage and History of the Roman Empire. Sidney, Ohio (1999).

Wend, David A. "Caligula - The Emperor as Autocrat, Part I," The Celator 16.5 (May 2002), pp. 6-25, 28, illus.

Wend, David A. "Caligula - The Emperor as Autocrat, Part II," The Celator 16.6 (June 2002), pp. 18-28, illus.



2002-04-30

Alföldi, Maria R., Peter Ulrike, and Holger Komnick. Griechisches Münzwerk. Berlin (2001).

The history and aims of this project of the Berlin academy are explained in the booklet. The importance and methods of ancient numismatics are sketched by the use of examples from Greek and Greek imperial coins, many of them illustrated in the text. In addition some medals with portraits of Th. Mommsen, F. Imhoof-Blumer, K. Regling and B. Pick are used to illustrate the earlier years of Griechisches Münzwerk. (Hans R. Baldus)

Berger, Frank. "Bompaire, Marc and Françoise Dumas. Numismatique médiévale. Monnaies et documents d'origine française. Turnhout 2000," Historia 273.2 (2000), pp. 466 ff.

Cable-Camilleis, Ken. "Scot/Reich/Kneass Gold: Research on Variety, Rarity and Availability," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2002), pp. 34-39, tables, biblio.

A concise summary of the history of early gold production, followed by personal research notes ranging from the very specific ("a small planchet chip on the 1833...") to the general but important ("It seems that most of today's CHTL [Capped Head to the Left] have survived with little actual wear") The author provides a useful summary of his research, including a table listing PCGS and NGC populations. (Thomas Serfass)

Clarke, G.W., P.J. Connor, L. Crewe, B. Frohlich, H. Jackson, J. Littleton, C.E.V. Nixon, M. O'Hea, and D. Steele. Kebel Khalid on the Euphrates: Report on Excavations 1986-1996, Volume 1, Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement 5. Sydney (2002).

Numerous Seleucid as well as late Roman, Byzantine and Islamic coins are catalogued in the chapter on coins found on the site. (Oliver Hoover)

Davignon, Keith. "Counterfeit Half Dollars: News Update," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2002), pp. 23-26, illus.

The author of the 1996 Contemporary Counterfeit Capped Bust Half Dollars provides information on newly discovered contemporary counterfeits. He has added 78 to his previous listing, bringing the total up to 265. Notable additions are six varieties originally listed in Riddle's 1845 Monograph of the Silver Dollar. Steve Herrman of the BHNC (Bust Half Nut Club) has begun a census of bogus bust halves which is "open to participation of non-BHNC members". Interested parties may anonymously submit information on counterfeits in their collections or make research inquiries. The author, along with Brad Karoleff, has published what functions as a supplement to the 1996 book including a socioeconomic analysis of the counterfeiting period in Circulating Counterfeits of the Americas edited by John Kleeberg, from the ANS COAC November 7, 1998. (Thomas Serfass)

Ehling, Kay. "Mithras equitans auf den kaiserzeitlichen Münzen von Trapezunt," Epigraphica Anatolica 33 (2001), pp. 129-133, illus.

A paper discussing the depiction of Mithras on horse-back on Greek imperials of the 3rd century AD from Trapezuntium (Pontus). (Hans R. Baldus)

Ehling, Kay. Die Münzprägung der mysischen Stadt Germe in der römischen Kaiserzeit, Asia Minor Studien 42. Bonn (2001).

A corpus of the Greek Imperials from Germe in Mysia (Flavians to Philip the Arab). (Hans R. Baldus)

Finkelstein, David. "Capped Bust Half Dollar Dentil Anomalies," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2002), pp. 31-33, illus.

The author presents a well-reasoned analysis of the origin and organization of dentils on Capped Bust half-dollars. Although the conclusions are not yet confirmed by published material, they are logically sound. For anyone interested in this seldom studied design feature, this article and the author's previous work are the places to begin. (Thomas Serfass)

Franz, Peter. "Howgego, Christopher. Geld in der antiken Welt. Was Münzen über Geschichte verraten (Deutsch von Johannes und Margret Nollé). Stuttgart (Theiss) 2000," Historia 273.2 (2001), pp. 545 ff.

Kienast, Dietmar. "Augustus und Caesar," Chiron 31 (2001), pp. 1-26, illus.

The memory of Julius Caesar played an important role in the politics of the emperor Augustus. The numismatic sources are described and interpreted, especially in chapter V. (Hans R. Baldus)

Kolb, Frank and Werner Tietz. "Zagaba: Münzprägung und politische Geographie in Zentrallykien," Chiron 31 (2001), pp. 347-416, illus.

Zagaba, known from coins of the 5th / 4th centuries BC, now seems to be the name of an important Central Lycian town, rather than of a Lycian dynast. The ruins of Zagaba have recently been discovered. The discovery has several consequences for the understanding of Lycian coinages. The Central Lycian issues of the 5th century BC are the main focus of this important study, illustrated by some 60 numismatic objects. (Hans R. Baldus)

Logan, Russell J. "Condition Census - Bust Half Dimes," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2002), pp. 19-22, tables.

This data represents more than 20 collections with details on each variety including the number of pieces, the average grade and the maximum grade for that variety. While these numbers are not absolute, they provide valuable data for researchers. (Thomas Serfass)

McCloskey, John W. "A Remarriage for the 1818 Bust Quarter," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2002), pp. 5-9, illus.

An exceptionally clear explanation of the die marriage and remarriage identification process. Sharp photographs illustrate the author's argument, showing how the B-7 quarter preceded the B-9 quarter until a dramatic obverse die clash led to the remarriage of the B-7 dies. (Thomas Serfass)

Meier, Mischa. "Howgego, Christopher. Geld in der antiken Welt. Was Münzen über Geschichte verraten (Deutsch von Johannes und Margret Nollé). Darmstadt (WBG) 2000," Gymnasium 108.6 (2001), pp. 545 ff.

Noeske, Hans-Christoph. Münzfunde aus Ägypten I. Die Münzfunde des ägyptischen Pilgerzentrums Abu Mina und die Vergleichsfunde aus den Dioecesen Aegyptus und Oriens vom 4. - 8. Jh. n.Chr., Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 12. Berlin (2000).

A monumental study of the late antique coins found at the Christian place of pilgrimage in Egypt, Abu Mina (St. Menas). (Hans R. Baldus)

Perkins, W. David. "Counterstamped Early Silver Dollars: An Update," John Reich Journal 14.42.1 (December 2001), pp. 15-18, illus.

The author has assembled a listing to supplement Gregory Brunk's American and Canadian Countermarked Coins as well as more recent articles by Robert Stark including a paper in America's Silver Dollars, an ANS COAC proceedings (NY 1994). This article lists and annotates 27 additional pieces (or more recent auction appearance of a coin). Also included in the 27 are 7 pieces form Bowers and Merena, September 1985 Four Memorable Collections sale (Van Ormer Counterstamp Collection). Only one piece is illustrated at the end of the article "John Q. Houts, Las Vegas, N.M. 1870" on a 1796 dollar. (Thomas Serfass)

Stiegmann, Christoph (ed.). Byzanz. Das Licht aus dem Osten - Kult und Alltag im Byzantinischen Reich vom 4. bis 15. Jh. Katalog der Ausstellung Diözesanmuseum Paderborn 2001. Paderborn-Mainz (2001).

In part III (pp.232 ff.: Profane Welt und Alltag, Öffentliches Leben) there is a chapter about coins from the 5th to 7th centuries (pp.271-281 by Volker Innemann). Other objects of peripheral numismatic interest described and illustrated in the same part are seals, lead bullae, weights and exagia. A solidus of Justinian II (1st reign) - Bust of Christ/emperor standing with cross - is illustrated on p. 74 fig. 12. (Hans R. Baldus)

Trube, Christa and Gert Wilhelm. ""Marcus Iunius Brutus" oder "Quintus Pompeius Rufus"? Zu einem Intaglio des römischen Steinschneiders Giovanni Pichler (1734-1791) in der Sammlung von Sir Richard Worsley (1751-1805)," Antike Welt 32.6 (2001), pp. 615-620, illus.

Figures 5a/5b depict two posthumous portrait denarii (59 BC) of Q. Pompeius Rufus (Hans R. Baldus)

Ziegler, Ruprecht. "Seleukeia am Golf von Issos," Epigraphica Anatolica 33 (2001), pp. 95-103, illus.

The author publishes a second coin struck by the city mentioned (AE 2nd century BC: Head of Tyche r. / two ears of corn) - which seems to be identical with issues of the later coins of Rhosus. (Hans R. Baldus)

Ziegler, Ruprecht (ed.). Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Deutschland, Pfälzer Privatsammlungen vol.6: Isaurien und Kilikien, Nr.1-1486. Munich (2001).

An important collection of Greek and Greek Imperial coins, mainly from Cilicia. (Hans R. Baldus)



2002-04-26

Nercessian, Y.T. "The Armenian Coin Auctions of Gerhard Hirsch 161, 163, 166," Armenian Numismatic Journal 28.2 (June 2002), pp. 33-40.



2002-04-23

Anonymous. "The American Numismatic Society Exhibition of United States and Colonial Coins, January 17th to February 18th, 1914, Catalogue (G-13). Excerpts from the Colonial Section," Colonial Newsletter 41.114.2 (August 2000), pp. 2077-2120, illus.

Bartlett, Richard. "Charles Stanhope: Man Before His Time," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 26-31, illus.

Bell, R.C. "Token Tales: Daniel Mendoza, Champion of England," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 6-9, illus.

Doty, Richard. "...Of Bulls and Whigs, and Apple Trees," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 10-15, illus.

Ference, Thomas and Gary Trudgen. "A Pouch Full of Money," Colonial Newsletter 41.116.1 (April 2001), pp. 2201-2204, illus.

Fredette, Tom. "John Adams and the 18th Century Tokens," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 32-34, illus.

Grogan, Michael. "James Conder's Orphans: The Evasion Tokens," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 36-39, illus.

Monks, Simon. "Skidmore Churches in London (Pts. 4-6)," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 16-17, illus.

Prieur, Michel and Karin Prieur. A Type Corpus of the Syro-Phoenician Tetradrachms and their Fractions from 57 BC to AD 253. London (2000).

Smith, Mark. "Some Anglo-Irish Copper Mining Tokens," The ‟Conder” Token Collector's Journal 7.1 (Spring 2002), pp. 19-25, illus.



2002-04-09

Anonymous. "Carl W.A. Carlson, Past ANA Historian and Numismatic Researcher, Dies," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 32.

Berrol, Ronn. "Revisiting a "Counterfeit" Bar-Kokhba Sela," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 23-24, illus.

Bloom, W.R. "Another French Ecu surfaces in Western Australia," Numismatic Association of Australia Inc. Journal 11 (2000), pp. 47-49, illus.

The author describes a silver écu of 1767 from the Bayonne mint found sealed in a bottle on Dirk Hartog Island. (K.A. Sheedy)

Caine, Edward A. "Meshoerer, Ya'akov. A Treasury of Jewish Coins. Jerusalem/Nyack, NY:Ben-Zvi Press/Amphora 2001," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 34-35.

Cobwright, M. I. Evasives. Beeston, Notts (1993).

Dominis, John M. "The Battle of Actium and the Ram," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 6-12, illus.

Kiernan, Philip. "The Petrie Bequest to Canada's National Currency Collection," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 14-22, illus.

Kritt, Brian. "Numismatic Evidence for a New Seleucid King: Seleucus (VII) Philometor," The Celator 16.4 (April 2002), pp. 25-28, 36, illus.

Meszaros, Michael and Peter Lane. "Michael Meszaros, Sculptor and Medallist, from 1986 to the Present," Numismatic Association of Australia Inc. Journal 11 (2000), pp. 1-16, illus.

An account of the work of one of Australia's leading contemporary medallists. (K.A. Sheedy)

O'Hair, R.A.J. and A. Tordesillas. "Contemporary Evidence for the Siege Coins: Hermannus Hugo's Journal on the Siege of Breda of 1624-1625," Numismatic Association of Australia Inc. Journal 11 (2000), pp. 50-54.

Extracts and study of siege coinage in Hugo's 1626 account of the Breda siege. (K.A. Sheedy)

Pitchfork, Colin. The Jon Hosking Collection of Ptolemaic Coins. Sydney (2000).

The author examines 178 Ptolemaic coins now in the possession of the University of Sydney. (K.A. Sheedy)



2002-03-18

Bakes, James R. "The Roman Triumphal Arch," The Celator 13.3 (March 1999), pp. 35-37, illus.

Berk, Harlan J. and David MacDonald. "Gold Staters of Brutus," The Celator 13.9 (September 2000), pp. 39, illus.

Bitner, John W. "The History of the Aegis," The Celator 13.6 (June 1999), pp. 6-12, illus.

Brace, Bruce R. "Paul, George M. and Michael Ierardi, Roman Coins and Public Life Under the Empire: E. Togo Salmon Papers II. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press 1999," The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 32-33, illus.

Braunlin, Michael. "A Pair of Holed Rarities," The Celator 13.4 (April 1999), pp. 39-42, illus.

Braunlin, Michael. "From the Hand of a Master - An Antiochene Follis of Phocas," The Celator 14.8 (August 2000), pp. 16-20, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Agrippina the Younger: Mother of Nero," The Celator 13.1 (January 1999), pp. 6-16, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Domitia Longina - The Survivor," The Celator 13.5 (May 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Plotina - The New Livia," The Celator 13.9 (September 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Faustina the Elder - The Eternal Empress," The Celator 14.9 (September 2000), pp. 6-16, illus.

Cancio, Leopoldo. "The Carthaginian Five-Shekel and the Electrum Three-Shekel Coins," The Celator 13.8 (August 1999), pp. 33-34, illus.

Chiszar, David and Hobart M. Smith. "Aristotle's Herpetology," The Celator 13.6 (June 1999), pp. 20-24, illus.

Cummins, Alvin J. "The Last Roman Emperor," The Celator 13.4 (April 1999), pp. 37-38, illus.

Demetriadi, B.C. "Slavey: The Truth Behind the Legend," The Celator 13.1 (January 1999), pp. 20-25, illus.

Eiland, Murray L. "The Parthian "Dark Age": History from Coins," The Celator 13.3 (March 1999), pp. 38-42, illus.

Fort, E. Tomlinson. "Barbarians and Romans: The Mint of Rome under Odovacar and the Ostrogoths A.D. 476-554," The Celator 13.9 (September 2000), pp. 20-27, 32-33, 36-38, illus.

Gerson, Stephen. "Meshorer, Ya'akov and Shraga Qedar. Samarian Coinage. Israel Numismatic Society. Graphit Press: Jerusalem 1999," The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 34-35, illus.

Gibson, Thomas. "Money for Kings and Peasants: Bronze Coinage of Thrace and the Black Sea Region," The Celator 13.1 (January 1999), pp. 30-33, illus.

Giedroyc, Richard. "Collecting Sestertii of the 12 Caesars," The Celator 13.7 (July 1999), pp. 18-23, illus.

Goodwin, Tony. "Pseudo-Byzantine Coinage from Seventh Century Syria," The Celator 14.9 (September 2000), pp. 18-27, illus.

Jenkins, Michael R. "Re-tooled Antonine Medallions," The Celator 13.6 (June 1999), pp. 13-18, illus.

Kirkby, Todd. "Ursone - The City of the Bears," The Celator 13.6 (June 1999), pp. 25-26, illus.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "An Unrecorded Denarius of Pescennius Niger," The Celator 13.10 (October 1999), pp. 20-27, illus.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "Easson, A.H. Roman Republican Coins in the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto: Transcontinental Printin 1998," The Celator 13.7 (July 1999), pp. 30-33, illus.

Marotta, Michael E. "The Crime of Diogenes," The Celator 13.5 (May 1999), pp. 20-21, illus.

Munk, Peter L. "John of Brienne: The Crusade of Damietta," The Celator 13.4 (April 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Murphy, Barry P. "Mithridates VI or M. Junius Brutus?" The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 13-14, illus.

Müsler, Wilhelm. "A Coin from the Kingdom of Tylis," The Celator 13.7 (July 1999), pp. 25-26, illus.

Palmer, Thomas A. "A Coin of Tiryns," The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 6-12, illus.

Preston, Hugh S. "More on Faustina Junior's Coinage," The Celator 13.10 (October 1999), pp. 40-42, illus.

Rohrman, Douglass F. "Mater Castrorum, The Coinage of Faustina the Yonger - Part 1," The Celator 13.7 (July 1999), pp. 6-17, illus.

Rohrman, Douglass F. "Mater Castrorum, The Coinage of Faustina the Younger - Part II," The Celator 13.8 (August 1999), pp. 20-26, illus.

Rosenblum, Brian L. "The Information Needs of Academic Numismatists," The Celator 14.8 (August 2000), pp. 21-27, 32, illus.

Rottinghaus, Scott T. "Diana on a Denarius of Nerva," The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 16-17, illus.

Sayles, Wayne G. "Molnar, Michael R. The Star of Bethlehem: The Legacy of the Magi. Rutgers University Press 1999," The Celator 13.10 (October 1999), pp. 34-35, illus.

Sicurella, Nicholas A. "Gold Stater of Lysimachus Revisited," The Celator 13.1 (January 1999), pp. 34-35, illus.

Staal, Mark A. "Three Graces' Mythology and Coinage," The Celator 13.2 (February 1999), pp. 33-37, illus.

Suter, Charles. "Images of Christ on the Coins of Justinian II," The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 18-21, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "Fabled Kore, The Goddess of Sardis," The Celator 13.3 (March 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "The Thunder Cult of Zeus on Roman Coins," The Celator 13.5 (May 1999), pp. 22-24, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "The Sasanian King Xusro II 'The Great', AD 590-628, and his Coinage," The Celator 13.8 (August 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Vagi, David L. "The Ptolemaic Pentekaidekadrachm," The Celator 13.10 (October 1999), pp. 6-18, illus.

Vermeule, Cornelius. "Numismatists Remembered," The Celator 14.9 (September 2000), pp. 30-35, illus.

Walker, Alan. "Charles Hersh Dies at Family Home," The Celator 13.3 (March 1999), pp. 28-29, illus.

Walker, Alan. "Christodoulou, Demetrios N. The Figures of Ancient Gods on the Coinage of Constantine the Great (306-326 AD). Monographs of the Hellenic Numismatic Society 1. Athens 1998," The Celator 13.10 (October 1999), pp. 35-36, illus.

Weber, Charles E. "Dembski, Günther. Münzen der Kelten. Sammlungskataloge des Kunsthistorischen Museums. SKIRA: Vienna 1998." The Celator 13.11 (November 1999), pp. 33-34, illus.

Richard D. Weigel. "Rob Morris: American Numismatic Trailblazer," The Celator 13.2 (February 1999), pp. 20-24, illus.

Wend, David A. "Claudius: The Man, Times and Coinage - Part II," The Celator 13.3 (March 1999), pp. 20-27, illus.

Wend, David A. "Claudius: The Man, Times and Coinage - Part III," The Celator 13.4 (April 1999), pp. 20-30, illus.

Westdal, Stewart J. "A Survey of Antony and Cleopatra Silver Coinage, Part 1: Request for Data," The Celator 13.1 (January 1999), pp. 17-18, illus.

Wetterstrom, Kerry K. "Hercules and the Giant Antaeus," The Celator 13.8 (July 1999), pp. 27, 34, illus.

Wetterstrom, Kerry K. "Perseus and Andromeda," The Celator 13.8 (August 1999), pp. 27, 41, illus.

Winter, W. Jeffrey. "A 4th Century BC Hoard of Macedonian AE Coins," The Celator 13.9 (September 2000), pp. 40-43, 50, illus.



2002-03-17

Bakes, James R. "Laur., Dr. and Cuir. Bust Right," The Celator 14.8 (August 2000), pp. 6-10, illus.

Cohen, Edward E. "Euclid's Proposition on Ancient Turtles and Tortoises," The Celator 14.8 (August 2000), pp. 12-15, illus.



2002-03-11

Anonymous. "William B. Warden, Jr., Dealer, Collector, and Friend, Passed Away on August 5th, 2000," The Celator 14.10 (October 2000), pp. 34.

Bitner, John W. "The Cornucopia - A Horn of Plenty," The Celator 14.11 (November 2000), pp. 6-16, illus.

Brenner, Sandy. "Coin of Herod the Great: Star or Crest?" The Celator 14.10 (October 2000), pp. 40-41, 47, illus.

Brenner, Sandy. "'Firsts' in Ancient Judaean Coins," The Celator 16.6 (June 2002), pp. 29-30, 34-36, illus.

Bulmer, Jim. "How Ancient Coins can be used to Teach History," The Celator 16.6 (June 2002), pp. 38-39, illus.

Cohen, Edward E. "Coins Minted in the Year Zero?" The Celator 14.4 (April 2000), pp. 26-29, illus.

Fischer, Calista. "Interpreting Celtic River Findings," The Celator 14.11 (November 2000), pp. 27-28, 34-37, illus.

Jongeward, David. "Coins of the Kushan Kings - Part 1," The Celator 14.4 (April 2000), pp. 6-16, illus.

Jongeward, David. "Coins of the Kushan Kings - Part 2," The Celator 14.5 (May 2000), pp. 20-30, illus.

Pokras, Yuri. "A New Iconography for the Electrum Coins of Kyzikos," The Celator 14.11 (November 2000), pp. 18-26, illus.

Puetz, Bill. "The Slavey Interview - Part I," The Celator 14.4 (April 2000), pp. 18-24, illus.

Puetz, Bill. "The Slavey Interview - Part I," The Celator 14.5 (May 2000), pp. 31-33, illus.

Rudd, Chris. "Husband of British Queen Changes His Name," The Celator 14.3 (March 2000), pp. 38-39, illus.

Rudd, Chris. "Celtic Currency Bars Found in River," The Celator 14.6 (June 2000), pp. 6-12, illus.

Sayles, Wayne G. "Callataÿ, François de and Johan van Heesch. Greek and Roman Coins from the Du Chastel Collection. Spink, London 1999," The Celator 14.4 (April 2000), pp. 34-35.

Wend, David A. "The Emperor Magnentius: His Life and Coinage - Part 1," The Celator 14.5 (May 2000), pp. 6-18, illus.

Wend, David A. "The Emperor Magnentius: His Life and Coinage - Part 2," The Celator 14.6 (May 2000), pp. 14-26, illus.



2002-03-08

Anonymous. "Charles H. Wolfe, Long-Time Dealer and Specialist in Ancient Coinage, Dies," The Celator 14.3 (March 2000), pp. 32, 36.

Bakes, James R. "A Celtic Copper Conundrum," The Celator 12.11 (November 1998), pp. 36-39, illus.

Basok, Alexander. "Imitations of 11th Century Byzantine Coins found on the Taman Peninsula," The Celator 12.11 (November 1998), pp. 6-15, illus.

Beckmann, Martin. "Numismatics and the Antiquities Trade," The Celator 12.5 (May 1998), pp. 34-38.

This article presents in a concise fashion a look at the antiquities trade, its causes and effects, and the problems it creates. With the focus specifically on ancient coins, where it has been estimated that 80% of all coins on the market today have been dug up within the last 30 years with the aid of metal detectors, the main problem becomes the unprovenanced nature of the finds. Current international attempts to control the antiquities trade seems doomed to only partial success at best due to difficulties of enforcement. (Victor Kess)

Bedoukian, Paul Z., L.A. Saryan (trans.). "Roman coins and medals relating to Armenia Chapter 2: The Silver Denarii of Mark Antony (43-30 BC)," The Celator 12.4 (April 1998), pp. 19-22, illus.

The second installment of Dr. Paul Z. Bedoukian's book "Roman Coins and Medallions Relating to Armenia". The earliest coins struck by Rome which make reference to Armenia were struck circa 36-32 BC by Marc Antony who was a Roman general at the time. Discussed in the article is general biography of Antony and his dealings with the Armenian king Artavasdes II in relation to his attempt to subjugate the Parthians. Two silver denarii are described which depict Marc Antony and the tiara or royal headgear worn by kings of the Armenian Artaxiad dynasty. (Victor Kess)

Bedoukian, Paul Z., L.A. Saryan (trans.). "Roman coins and medals relating to Armenia Chapter 3: The Gold and Silver Coins of Augustus Caesar (27 BC-AD 14)," The Celator 12.6 (June 1998), pp. 10-18, illus.

The third chapter (pages 43-59) of Bedoukian's Roman Coins and Medallions Relating to Armenia. The Roman emperor Augustus Caesar struck several types of hold and silver coins referring to events in Armenia which took place during his reign. Armenia in 20 BC, although not a province, became a client-ally of Rome and on this occasion, Augustus issued coins on which the name of Armenia is inscribed. Some twenty coins are covered in detail and drawings that can be divided in two categories, those, which read ARMENIA RECEPTA, and those, which read ARMENIA CAPTA. In spite of the implication of subjugation of Armenia in 6 BC when King Tigranes III died, he was succeeded by his son Tigranes IV, without the approval of Augustus or even consultation with Rome. At he time of the death of Augustus, no further coins relating to Armenia were struck in his name. (Victor Kess)

Bedoukian, Paul Z., L.A. Saryan (trans.). "Roman coins and medals relating to Armenia Chapter 4: The Coins of Nero (54-68 AD)," The Celator 12.8 (August 1998), pp. 12-18, illus.

Bendall, Simon. "The Double Striking of Late Byzantine Scyphate Coins," The Celator 12.6 (June 1998), pp. 20-23, illus.

A detailed discussion of the methods used for striking late Byzantine scyphate coins, which due to their curvature are much more difficult to produce than flat coins. The suggestion is advanced that if such coins were struck twice with the upper die rocked slightly from side to side a fuller impression would result. Beginning in the mid to late 12th century, a join between the two obverse sides seems to indicate the change from rocking to lifting the obverse die between blows. Another possibility is the use of two upper dies, which can be identified when each die is of a slightly different design. The author provides examples of coins that demonstrate the various possible striking techniques. (Victor Kess)

Bendall, Simon. "More Anonymous Bronze Folles," The Celator 12.11 (November 1998), pp. 16-20, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Livia: First lady of Rome," The Celator 12.4 (April 1998), pp. 6-12, illus.

Livia Drusilla was the wife of Augustus, the first Roman emperor, the mother of his successor Tiberius, and the grandmother of the Emperor Claudius. She was one of the most powerful women in Roman history and the first to receive the title "Augusta", and later came to be known as "mater patriae" or mother of the fatherland. By the time of Augustus' death at age 75 on August 19, AD 14 after 51 years of marriage, Livia's wealth, power, and influence we astonishing. In AD 22 a coin was issued with her image as Salus Augusta marking the first time a coin of the Roman Imperial mint had been issued in honor of a living woman. When Livia died in AD 29 at the age of 86, statues of her were in every town and city in the Roman world. (Victor Kess)

Burns, Jasper K. "Antonia - Mother of Claudius," The Celator 12.7 (July 1998), pp. 6-12, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Agrippina the Elder, Heroine of the Rhine Bridge," The Celator 12.9 (September 1998), pp. 6-12, illus.

Chiszar, David, William Lukas, Hobart M. Smith, and José Díaz Bolio. "The Mythical Conception of Snakes in the Ancient World," The Celator 12.8 (August 1998), pp. 6-11, illus.

Ferguson, Kevin. "The Christogram: Mithraic Map of the Cosmos," The Celator 12.10 (October 1998), pp. 6-16, illus.

Goodwin, Tony. "The 'Standing Caliph' Coinage," The Celator 12.7 (July 1998), pp. 22-25, illus.

Lis, L.J. "Anonymous Byzantine Coin Designs," The Celator 12.8 (August 1998), pp. 22-24, illus.

Molnar, Michael R. "Symbolism of the Sphere," The Celator 12.6 (June 1998), pp. 6-8, illus.

There is excellent evidence that Greek and Roman scholars knew that the Earth was round, which raises the question whether a round Earth was depicted on coins. Virtually all the orbs on Roman coins are the celestial sphere- the sacred source of power of the cosmocrator, the world holder -or better interpreted as the world ruler, which included Sol, Mithras, and Jupiter who were world rulers because they controlled the workings of the universe and bestowed kingship. Those coins that use the phrase orbis terrarum (circle of lands) may actually allude to the round Earth. Included would be a sestertius of Hadrian RIC 594 that commemorates Hadrian's cancellation of debts, which made him "restorer of the earth". (Victor Kess)

Nercessian, Y.T. "Callataÿ, François de. L'histoire des guerres mithradatique vue par les monnaies. Publications d'histoire de l'art et archéologie de Unuversité Catholique de Louvain XCIII Numismatica Lovaniensa 18. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 1997," The Celator 12.10 (October 1998), pp. 18-25, illus.

Petrányi, Gyula. "On the Reverse Pattern of the Silver Coins from Corcyra, Apollonia and Dyrrhachium," The Celator 12.11 (November 1998), pp. 22-24, illus.

Pieper, Wilfried. "Euthydemus I, King of Bactria: A Portrait Raises Questions," The Celator 12.6 (June 1998), pp. 36-38, illus.

A detailed discussion surrounding a tetradrachm of Euthydemos I 230-200 BC), the successor of Diodotus II, according to a recently published study of the coins of the Greek kings of Bactria and Northern India by Dr. Osmund Bopearachchi. The author is concerned about the apparent age of the king depicted on the coin and argues that these coins must belong to the beginning and not the end of Euthydemus' reign as suggested by Dr. Bopearachchi. (Victor Kess)

Reppeteau, Larry V. "The English Moneyer's "Bloody Christmas"," The Celator 12.10 (October 1998), pp. 18-25, illus.

Robinson, Frank S. "Collecting Chinese Cash," The Celator 12.9 (September 1998), pp. 14-26, illus.

Sayles, Wayne G. "Sir Peter Paul Rubens Part III, The Painter," The Celator 12.4 (April 1998), pp. 40, illus.

The conclusion of a three part discourse on the utilization of ancient coins and gems in the works created by the artist Peter Paul Rubens. It is suggested that few artists understood the ancient world and its imagery quite like he did and further, he was said to have taken the abstraction out of classical idealism. As examples, the Three Graces of traditional antiquity, and their modified use by Rubens, as well as the familiar scene of Victory crowning the victor are cited as resulting in compositions that fuse classical ideals and symbolism with baroque vitality. (Victor Kess)

Tameanko, Marvin. "Xenophon's 'Anabasis', 401-399 BC," The Celator 12.5 (May 1998), pp. 6-22, illus.

A fascinating account of the wanderings of a group of Greek mercenaries retreating from the heartland of Persia to the Aegean Sea. These travels, which often mention coins, are chronicled by the Athenian soldier, historian and author, Xenophon, 428-354 BC, in his book 'The Anabasis of Cyrus'. The Greek word Anabasis came to be applied to this escape by those known as the 'Ten Thousand' who were enlisted by Cyrus II and tricked into an expedition against the Great King of Babylon. The author in relating the travails points out the different denominations of currency in circulation at the time such as the daric, siglos, mina, talent, and Kyzikene. Also discussed are the coin types in common use in cities such as Kyzikos, Athens, Tarsos, Miletos, Kolchis, Trapezos, Sinope, Byzantion, Selymbria, Lampsakos, Dardanos, and Antandros. (Victor Kess)

Tameanko, Marvin. "The Horae: The Four Seaons in Roman Numismatics," The Celator 12.7 (July 1998), pp. 14-21, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "Late Roman Barbarous Bronze Coinage," The Celator 14.3 (March 2000), pp. 6-26, illus.

Walker, Alan. "Mildenberg, Leo. Vestigia Leonis. Studien zur antiken Numismatik Israels, Palästinas und der östlichen Mittelmeerweit. U. Hübner and E.A. Knauf (eds.) Novum Testamentum et orbis antiquus 36. Freiburg and Göttingen 1998," The Celator 12.7 (July 1998), pp. 33-34.

Walker, Alan. "Houghton, Arthur and Arnold Spaer with Catharine Lorber. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Israel I. The Arnold Spaer Collection of Seleucid Coins. Jerusalem 1998." The Celator 12.8 (August 1998), pp. 33-34.

Zarrow, Edward. "Diocletian and Images of Imperial Concord," The Celator 12.9 (September 1998), pp. 40-42, illus.



2002-03-07

Akin, Alexander. "Recognizing Modern Gold Plating of Seljuq Dinars," As-Sikka: The Online Journal of The Islamic Coins Group 2.1 (Spring 2000). (Link)

Anonymous. "John Kent, Former British Museum Keeper of Coins and Medals Died Oct. 22nd, 2000," The Celator 15.1 (January 2001), pp. 32.

Assar, G.R.F. "Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part I," The Celator 14.12 (December 2000), pp. 6-22, illus.

Assar, G.R.F. "Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part III," The Celator 15.2 (February 2001), pp. 17-22, illus.

Assar, G.R.F. "Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part II," The Celator 15.1 (January 2001), pp. 17-27, 41, illus.

Barrage, Fawzan. "Collecting Medieval Islamic Coins - Part I, Starting a Collection," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.2 (Winter 1999/2000). (Link)

Barrage, Fawzan. "Collecting Medieval Islamic Coins - Part II," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.1 (Spring 2000). (Link)

Barrage, Fawzan. "A New Dirham Type of Sultan Isma'il from Trablus," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.2 (Summer 2000). (Link)

Bates, Michael L. "Methodology in Islamic Numismatics," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Bendall, Simon. "The Rediscovery of an 'Old Friend'," The Celator 15.5 (May 2001), pp. 26-27, illus.

Bilak, Richard. "Foes of the Crusaders, The Mamluks 1248-1290AD," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.2 (Winter 1999/2000). (Link)

Chugg, Andrew. "An Unrecognized Representation of Alexander the Great on Hadrian's Alexandrian Coinage," The Celator 15.2 (February 2001), pp. 6-16, illus.

Emmett, Keith. "Bernardi, Guilio. Catalogo Completo della Collezione Dattari. Trieste 1999." The Celator 15.4 (April 2001), pp. 34-35.

Falter, Reinhard. "The River as God - The Actuality of the Perception of Antiquity," The Celator 15.4 (April 2001), pp. 6-16, illus.

Farr, James. "An Unrecorded Abbasid Fals of al-Shash, AH 149, in the name of al-Mahdi," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.1 (Spring 2000). (Link)

Gaspariño, Sebastian. "Two Unpublished Almohad Coins," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Goodwin, Tony. "Notes on the Arab-Byzantine Mint of Baalbek," As-Sikka: The Online Journal of The Islamic Coins Group 2.2 (Summer 2000). (Link)

Hoover, Oliver D. "The Genius of Alexandria: Another Viewpoint," The Celator 15.5 (May 2001), pp. 20-24, illus.

Ibrahim, Tawfiq. "Coin Supplement to N.M. Lowick's Monnaies Des Sulaymanides De Suq Ibrahim Et De Tanas, Revue numismatique, 1983, 6em série, XXV, p. 177-187," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Ibrahim, Tawfiq. "A Century Old Numismatic Myth," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Ibrahim, Tawfiq. "A New Addition To The Numismatics Of The Emirate Of Granada. A Dinar Of Isma'il II. 760-61/ 1358-59," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Jazzar, M.S. "An Arab-Sassanian Dirham of Dimashq (year 72 A.H.)," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Kazmi, Sam. "The Birth of Islamic Coinage,The Orthodox and Umayyad Caliphate," as-Sikka. The Online Journal of The Islamic Coins Group 1.1 (Fall 1999). (Link)

Khromov, Konstantin K. "Golden Horde Coins from Solkhat," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Kolbe, George F. "John Frederick Bergman: Numismatic Bookseller-Friend," The Celator 14.12 (December 2000), pp. 32, illus.

Monney, Pierre R. "A Hole Through "The Looking Glass"," The Celator 15.4 (April 2001), pp. 37, 39, illus.

Pelletier, Marc. "Contemporary Counterfeits, A Document Of History: The Counterfeit Dirhams of Morocco 1283-1291H," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Pelletier, Marc. "Seal Of Solomon On Coins Of Morocco," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 3.1 (Summer 2001). (Link)

Petrányi, Gyula. "Ottoman Coins Minted in Cyprus, Part 1: Akches," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.1 (Fall 1999). (Link)

Petrányi, Gyula. "Ottoman Coins Minted in Cyprus (Part 2)," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Rudd, Chris. "Hengistbury Hairy," The Celator 15.4 (April 2001), pp. 17-21, illus.

Schena, Eric R. "The Influence of Islamic Coins on the Russian Monetary System: An Introduction," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.2 (Winter 1999/2000). (Link)

Schultz, Warren C. "Islamic Bronze Weights from the Vicinity of Aleppo," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Sears, Stuart D. "An Introduction to Early Muslim Drahms," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.3 (Winter 2000). (Link)

Sreckovic, Slobodan. "Ottoman Coinage(From Foundation to the Principality)," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.1 (Fall 1999). (Link)

Sreckovic, Slobodan. "Ottoman Coinage Part II: A New Empire is Born," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.2 (Winter 1999/2000). (Link)

Staal, Mark A. "The Cities of South Central and Eastern Cilicia: An Ancient Numismatist's Paradise," The Celator 14.12 (December 2000), pp. 23-28, 34, illus.

Suter, Charles. "The Life and Times of Galla Placidia," The Celator 15.2 (February 2001), pp. 25-28, 36, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "Masinissa, King of Numidia. A Forgotten Monarch from Ancient History," The Celator 15.1 (January 2001), pp. 6-15, illus.

Tareen, Haroon. "Ghorids of Bamiyan," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.2 (Summer 2000). (Link)

Tompa, Peter K. "U.S. Declines Italy's Request to Impose Restrictions on Ancient Coins," The Celator 15.3 (March 2001), pp. 25.

Vermeule, Cornelius. "Numismatists (and Archaeologists) Remembered II," The Celator 15.4 (April 2001), pp. 22-27, illus.

Walker, Alan. "Numismatist and Antiquarian Dr. Leo Mildenberg Dies in Zurich," The Celator 15.3 (March 2001), pp. 26-27, 36.

Walker, Alan. "Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Greece II. The Alpha Bank Collection. Macedonia I. Alexander I-Perseus. Athens 2000," The Celator 15.3 (March 2001), pp. 34-35.

Wright, William S. "Silphium Rediscovered," The Celator 15.2 (February 2001), pp. 23-24, illus.

Yih, Tjong Ding. "Chaghatayid Coins From Sinkiang," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.1 (Spring 2000). (Link)

Yih, Tjong Ding. "Fifteenth Century Copper Coins (Dangi) from Kashgar," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 2.1 (Spring 2000). (Link)

Zarrow, Edward. "Gallic Arms for a Syrian Victory? The Apollo Sosianus Frieze and its Numismatic Precedents," The Celator 15.5 (May 2001), pp. 6-16, illus.

Zhifang, Tao (Alexander Akin, trans.). "An Examination of Yarkand Khanate Coinage," The Online Journal of the Islamic Coins Group 1.1 (Fall 1999). (Link)

van der Dussen, J.W. "Roman 1st Century Aes and Their Countermarks," The Celator 15.3 (March 2001), pp. 6-17, illus.



2002-03-06

Album, Stephen. A Checklist of Islamic Coins, 2nd ed. Santa Rosa, CA (January 1998).

Balesteri, Lou. "WAYNE SAYLES, Classical Deception: Counterfeits, Forgeries and Reproductions of Ancient Coins. Iola, WI:Krause Publications, 2001." The Celator 15.8 (August 2001), pp. 34-35.

Baumheckel, Ken. "The Judaean Prutahs Minted Under Tiberius," The Celator 15.11 (November 2001), pp. 28-29, 34-36, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Faustina the Younger - The New Messalina?" The Celator 15.7 (July 2001), pp. 6-18, illus.

Chiszar, David and Hobart M. Smith. "The Influence of Ancient Monetization on Human Psychohistory," The Celator 15.7 (July 2001), pp. 19-23.

Eiland, Murray L. "The Secret of Orichalcum," The Celator 15.9 (September 2001), pp. 6-12, illus.

Friedman, Kenneth L. "The Helmeted Head of Roma, Facing Left," The Celator 15.11 (November 2001), pp. 18-27, illus.

Gait, Robert I. "Prieur, Michael and Karin Pieur. A Type Corpus of the Syro-Phoenician Tetradrachms and their Fractions from 57 BC to AD 253. Lancaster, PA. 2000," The Celator 15.6 (June 2001), pp. 34-35, 37.

Gerson, Stephen and Derek Smith. "Reflections of a Hymn to Demeter and the Eleusinian Mysteries," The Celator 15.9 (September 2001), pp. 16-26 illus.

Goldstein, Paul. "Jewish Names of Kings on Biblical Coins Reflect the Name of G-d," The Celator 15.9 (September 2001), pp. 28, 34-35, illus.

Johnson, Paul K. "The Antoninianus - The Standard Coin of 3rd Century Rome," The Celator 15.8 (August 2001), pp. 27-28, 33, 36-37, 43, 49, illus.

Kritt, Brian. "Kritt, Brian. Dynastic Traditions in the Coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus. Lancaster, PA. 2001." The Celator 15.6 (June 2001), pp. 37.

Marinov, Momtchil and Veselin Stoev. "Valens' "GAVDIVM ROMANI POPVLI" (or "Happiness to the People of Rome"," The Celator 15.8 (August 2001), pp. 18-25, illus.

Pudill, Rainer. "The Great God of Odessos - Darzalas," The Celator 15.10 (October 2001), pp. 6-20, illus.

Smith, David Spencer. "Early Central Asian Imitations I: The Coinage of Eukratides," The Celator 15.7 (July 2000), pp. 6-20, illus.

Smith, David Spencer. "Early Central Asian Imitations II: Athenian Owls and After," The Celator 15.6 (June 2001), pp. 18-24, illus.

Smith, David Spencer. "Early Central Asian Imitations III: Coinage of Heliokles I and the Kushan Connection," The Celator 15.11 (November 2001), pp. 6-16, illus.

Stites, S.C. "Eating with the Romans," The Celator 15.8 (August 2001), pp. 6-16, illus.

Stites, S.C. "UBI TU GAIUS (on Roman Marriage)," The Celator 16.6 (June 2002), pp. 6-16, illus.

Tahberer, Bekircan. "Some Unpublished and Rare Coins from Ancient Cilicia," The Celator 15.10 (October 2001), pp. 24-28, 34, illus.

Vagi, David L. "Hendin, David. Guide to Biblical Coins, Fourth Edition. Nyack, NY 2001," The Celator 15.7 (July 2001), pp. 34-35.

Walker, Alan. "Papalefthyiou, E., F. DE Calatay and F. Queyrel (ed.). Études d'histoire monétaire et financière du monde Grec. Écrits 1958-1998. Tome I-III. Bibliothèque de la Société Hellénique de Numismatique 6 and École Practique des Hautes Études, Sciences historiques et philologiques I: Hautes Études Numismatiques 3. Georges Le Rider. Athens 1999," The Celator 15.7 (July 2001), pp. 35-36.

Wend, David A. "Adultery, Murder and Divorce: The Literary Evidence of Domitia, Julia and Domitian," The Celator 15.6 (June 2001), pp. 25-28, 36, illus.



2002-03-05

Adkins, Michael. "Bellum Civile: The Coinage of Marcus Junius Brutus Marks the End of the Republic," The Celator 16.2 (March 2002), pp. 26-27, 34, illus.

Bakes, James R. "Marsden, Adrian, Roman Coins Found in Britain. Greenligh Publishing: Witham, 2002," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.1 (March 2002), pp. 49-50.

Beckmann, Martin. "Coinage and the Public Image of Augustus," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.1 (March 2002), pp. 5-21, illus.

The study focusses mainly on the gold and silver issues and to a lesser extent the bronze with the view to assessing the validity of four theories. 1. Symes notes that the coins were an effective method of suggestion and propaganda; 2. Jones' view is that some have obvious propaganda value but doubted if some of the complex messages deduced from the coinage would have been understood by the populace; 3. Galinsky's opinion is that they were not intended to have propaganda value; and 4. Levick suggests that the mint officials selected the types to flatter the emperor. To help evaluate these theories in a wider context, the paper examines some of the Augustan buildings and monuments that are shown on coinage and, just as importantly, those that are not. The conclusion is that the buildings and monuments shown on coins were mainly event-oriented and so were intended to publicize these events. A comparison is also made with Augustus' document the Res Gestae: an appendix lists the datable events from this work and their numismatic parallels. The conclusion is that Augustus' victories, his honors, and his successors, are principal themes on his coins and that he most likely directed them himself. (Robert I. Gait)

Bellemare, Pierre Marc. "The Allocation of Reverse Types on the Post-Severan Coinage of Roman Egypt. Part III(a): The Remaining Reigns, to the House of Decius," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.1 (March 2002), pp. 22-43, illus.

Part III(a) of the third article in this series studies five reigns or joint reigns in which the Alexandrian mint struck coins for more than one imperial person. The first article discussed the House of Valerian and Gallienus and the Second dealt with the House of Philip I. Considered here are Maximinus and Maximus; Gordian I and II; Balbinus and Pupienus with Gordian III as caesar; Gordian III and Tranquillina; and Trajan Decius and his family. The pattern of issues for each reign is detailed in the same fashion as the other articles. The main criteria are whether or not the reverses are attributed solely to each person, or shared between two or more. The conclusions drawn from these patterns reflect on the status of equality or inequality of the imperial persons, and may be modified by the rarity or commonness of the respective coins, and by the events of the reigns, such as marriages, abrupt terminations, etc. This is Part III(a) of the third of three articles that appeared in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Part I in Series 2, Vol. 2, No. 2 (June, 2001)pp. 57 - 82; Part II in Series 2, Vol. 2, No. 3 (September, 2001) pp. 135-156. Part III(b) appears in Series 2, Vol. 3, No. 2 (June, 2002). (Robert I. Gait)

Brace, Bruce R. "Deceptions V: Casts," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 3.1 (March, 2002), pp. 44-45, illus.

Burns, Jasper K. "Julia Domna - The Philosopher," The Celator 16.2 (March 2002), pp. 6-20, illus.

Rudd, Chris. "The Face that Launched 80,000 Deaths," The Celator 16.2 (March 2002), pp. 21-24, illus.



2002-03-04

Freidus, Dan. ""Almost Unnoticed": 1818 Texas Jola, Little-Known Spanish Colonial," Coin World (December 24, 2001), pp. 62.

An enlightening article about this Spanish Colonial coin which was actually struck in present day Texas. (Ray Williams)

Freidus, Dan. ""Immunis Columbia": Coppers Make Statement of Independence," Coin World (January 28, 2002), pp. 65.

This is a summary of current thought on why the Immunis Columbia coin was produced. (Ray Williams)

Freidus, Dan. ""Finding the Source": New Jersey Copper Reference Invaluable Tool," Coin World (February 25, 2002), pp. 60.

The author discusses numismatic literature relating to the state coinage of New Jersey. (Ray Williams)



2002-02-28

Auberson, Laurent, Peter Eggenberger, Philipp Jaton, et al. (eds.). Saint-Imier, Ancienne église Saint-Martin: Fouilles archéologiques de 1986/87 et 1990. Bern (1999).

Bagliani, F. Paravicini (ed.). Les pays romands au Moyen Age. Lausanne (1997).

Bänteli, Kurt, Rudolf Gamper, and Peter Lehman (eds.). Das Kloster Allerheiligen in Schaffhausen: Zum 950. Jahr seiner Gründung am 22. November 1049, Schaffhauser Archäologie 4. Schaffhausen (1999).

Fedel, Lorenzo. "Spiegel der ‚weiten Welt': Die Fundmünzen," in Bänteli, Kurt, Rudolf Gamper, and Peter Lehman (eds.) Das Kloster Allerheiligen in Schaffhausen: Zum 950. Jahr seiner Gründung am 22. November 1049, Schaffhauser Archäologie .4 (1999), pp. 210-212, 307-314, illus.

Fiori, Mille (ed.). Festschrift für Ludwig Berger, Forschungen in Augst 25. (1998).

Frey-Kupper, Suzanne and Franz E. Koenig. "Trouvailles monétaires," in Auberson, Laurent, Peter Eggenberger, Philipp Jaton, et al. (eds.) Saint-Imier, Ancienne église Saint-Martin: Fouilles archéologiques de 1986/87 et 1990 (1999), pp. 103-112, illus.

Geiser, Anne. "Distribution des monnaies padanes au Grand Saint-Bernard et en Suisse occidentale: un premier complément sur la base des trouvailles anciennes et récentes," in Gorini, Giovanni (ed.) Forme di contatto tra moneta locale e moneta straniera nel mondo antico; Atti de Convegno internazionale, Aosta 13-14 Ottobre 1995 (1998), pp. 91-101, illus.

Gorini, Giovanni (ed.). Forme di contatto tra moneta locale e moneta straniera nel mondo antico; Atti de Convegno internazionale, Aosta 13-14 Ottobre 1995. Padua (1998).

Gutscher, Daniel, Alexander Ueltschi, and Susi Ulrich-Bochsler (eds.). Die St. Petersinsel im Bielersee, ehemaliges Cluniazenserpriorat. Bern - Stuttgart - Wien (1998).

Klein, Ulrich. "Bemerkungen zum Anteil italienischer Münzen des Mittelalters am Geldumlauf in Südwestdeutschland," in Traviani, Lucia (ed.) Moneta locale, moneta straniera: Italia ed Europa XI-XV secolo / Local Coins, Foreign Coins: Italy and Europe 11th-15th Centuries: The Second Cambridge Numismatic Symposium, Collana di numismatica e scienze affini .2 (1999), pp. 285-310, illus.

Lescaze, Bernard. Une monnaie pour la Suisse. Textes: Bernard Lescaze, Michel de Rivaz, Matteo Campagnolo. Préface: Kaspar Villiger; avant-propos: Jean-Pierre Roth; ‚'Petit histoire du franc suisse vue autrement...' [d'] Olivier Reverdin. Geneva (1999).

Deals with the introduction of a unified monetary system in Switzerland (1850/52) and especially with the contest of 1850 and the propositions for the design of new coins. (Benedikt Zäch)

Peter, Markus. "Von VIELLIVS bis IVFIANVS: Einige Versehen antiker Stempelgraveure," in Tauber, J. (ed.) "Keine Kopie an Niemand!", Festschrift Jürg Ewald, Archäologie und Museum .39 (1998), pp. 21-26, illus.

Discussion of 21 Roman coins from Augusta Raurica which show different errors of die-engravers; from retrograde imitations to mistakes in the legends of official coins. (Markus Peter)

Rivaz, Michel de. Le billet de banque suisse 1907-1997 / Die schweizerische Banknote 1907-1997 / The Swiss banknote 1907-1997. Le Mont-sur-Lausanne (1997).

Tabernero, José Diaz. "Die Fundmünzen aus dem Kloster St. Johann in Müstair (GR): Vorbericht," in Traviani, Lucia (ed.) Moneta locale, moneta straniera: Italia ed Europa XI-XV secolo / Local Coins, Foreign Coins: Italy and Europe 11th-15th Centuries: The Second Cambridge Numismatic Symposium, Collana di numismatica e scienze affini .2 (1999), pp. 443-446, illus.

Tauber, J. (ed.). "Keine Kopie an Niemand!", Festschrift Jürg Ewald, Archäologie und Museum 39. Liestal (1998).

Traviani, Lucia (ed.). Moneta locale, moneta straniera: Italia ed Europa XI-XV secolo / Local Coins, Foreign Coins: Italy and Europe 11th-15th Centuries: The Second Cambridge Numismatic Symposium, Collana di numismatica e scienze affini 2. Milan (1999).

Warburton-Ackermann, Rahel C. "Ein constantinischer Münzhort aus Bottighofen TG?," in Fiori, Mille (ed.) Festschrift für Ludwig Berger, Forschungen in Augst .25 (1998), pp. 219-225, illus.

About 230 Constantinian folles of the years 315-323 AD in the Rosgarten Museum in Constance (Germany) and in the museums of Kreuzlingen and Frauenfeld (Switzerland) are the remains of a hoard which was found around 1900 and which originally contained more than 1000 coins. (Markus Peter)

Zäch, Benedikt, Saskia Klaasen, and Daniela U. Ball (eds.). Münzen und Medaillen aus Mittelalter und Neuzeit: Die numismatische Sammlung des Kantons Aargau, hrsg. vom Historischen Museum Aargau. Lenzburg (1997).

Contents: Daniela U. Ball, Einleitung (pp. 7-9); Benedikt Zäch, Die aargauische Münzsammlung: Versuch einer Würdigung (pp. 11-19); Jörg Zemp, Zur Geschichte der Münzsammlung des Kantons Aargau (pp. 20-49); Hans-Ulrich Geiger, Vier Münzen aus der Zeit der Merowinger (pp. 52-57); Daniel Schmutz, Ein unbekannter Hälbling der Grafschaft Habsburg-Laufenburg (pp. 58-61); Beatrice Schärli, Mittelalterliche Münzen aus Mailand im Aargau: Der Fund von Kirchberg (pp. 62-71); Ulrich Klein, Eine aussergewöhnliche Prägung der Grafen von Montfort (pp. 72-79); Dietrich W.H. Schwarz, Die Bildnismedaille des Abtes Christoph Silberysen von Wettingen von 1591 (pp. 80-87); Klaus Rommel, Das Medaillon von 1716 auf die Geburt Leopolds von HabsburgÖsterreich (pp. 89-93); Jörg Zemp, Die goldene Krönungsmedaille Alexanders I. von Russland (pp. 94-99); Edwin Tobler, Die schweizerische Münzreform von 1850 (pp. 100-107); Die goldene Verdienstmedaille für den Kunstmaler Anton Bütler (1819-1871) (pp. 108-113); Dank-Medaille der Gemeinde Beaumont auf die Internierung der Bourbaki-Armee (pp. 114-119); Christoph Brumann, Ein japanisches Münzgeschenk (pp. 121-129); Jörg Zemp (Bearb.), Katalog aargauischer Münzen und Medaillen (pp. 131-257); Sammlungsüberblick: Ägypten bis Zaire (pp. 259-268). (Benedikt Zäch)



2002-02-27

Blaschegg, Max and Benedikt Zäch. "Ein Münzfund des 17. Jahrhunderts aus Bad Säckingen," Vom Jura zum Schwarzwald 73 (1999), pp. 27-45, illus.

Cole, Andrew and Francois Wiblé. Martigny (VS), le mithraeum, Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz 5. Lausanne (1999).

This is a detailed catalog of 2055 coins found in a Roman mithraeum in Martigny (Switzerland), from celtic coins to aes of the late 4th century. (Markus Peter)

Divo, Jean Paul. Münzkatalog Schweiz 1850-1997: Kursmünzen, Schützentaler, Gedenkprägungen. Bad Ragaz (1998).

Dubuis, Olivier F. Le faux monnayage dans le Pays de Vaud (1715-1750): Crime et répression, Etudes d'histoire moderne 1. Lausanne (1999).

Dubuis, Olivier F., Suzanne Frey-Kupper, and Gilles Perret (eds.). Trouvailles monétaires de tombes: Actes du deuxième colloque international du Groupe suisse pour l'étude des trouvailles monétaires (Neuchâtel, 3-4 mars 1995) / Fundmünzen aus Gräbern: Sitzungsbericht des zweiten internationalen Kolloquiums der Schweizerischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Fundmünzen (Neuenburg, 3.-4. März 1995), Etudes de numismatique et d'histoire monétaire / Untersuchungen zu Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 2. Lausanne (1999).

Contents: Christian Hesse, Religiöse Medaillen als frühneuzeitliche Grabbeigaben im Pfarrfriedhof zu Schwyz (pp. 97-104); Simonetta Biaggio Simona e Novella Vismara, Tre ritrovamenti monetali in tombe del Canton Ticino: spunti per una riflessione cronologica (pp. 119-125); Anne-Francine Auberson, Les monnaies dans les tombes: l'exemple de l'église Saint-Étienne de Bellegarde (Jaun) (pp. 127-137); François Wiblé, Monnaies dans des tombes en Valais et dans les Alpes: quelques constats (pp. 201-206); Hugo W. Doppler, Die Münzen aus dem Gräberfeld Windisch-Dägerli 1993 südlich des Legionslagers Vindonissa (pp. 207-213); Guido Helmig, Münzführende Gräber im Kanton Basel-Stadt (pp. 247-283). (Benedikt Zäch)

Frey-Kupper, Suzanne. "Les trouvailles monétaires d'Avenches En Selley, fouilles 1997: une séquence d'ensemble du Bas-Empire," Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico 41 (1999), pp. 71-109, illus.

The author presents an important stratified sequence of late Roman coins from Aventicum (Avenches, Switzerland). One interesting aspect is the importance of the DIVO CLAVDIO-Series in contexts of the early 4th century AD. (Markus Peter)

Froidevaux, Charles. "Neuchâtel: Faux batz à la fin du 18e siècle," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 76 (1997), pp. 231-261, illus.

Froidevaux, Charles. "Neuchâtel: Vrais et faux écus de Berthier," GNS 49.193 (1999), pp. 5-21, illus.

Froidevaux, Charles and Arnaud Clairand. "L'industrie des fausses monnaies françaises au Pays de Neuchâtel," Revue historique neuchâteloise / Musée neuchâtelois 5e série 3.3 (1999), pp. 173-212, illus.

Geiser, Anne. "Les trouvailles de monnaies gauloises et républicaines de l'oppidum de Sermuz (Gressy VD)," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 11 (1998 [1999]), pp. 5-22, illus.

Geiser, Anne and Chantal Prod'hom (ed.). Burki le franc-rire: Argent du pouvoir, pouvoir de l'argent. Lausanne (1999).

Catalog of an exhibition in the Cabinet des médailles, Lausanne, 9 July to 26 September 1999. (Benedikt Zäch)

Kapossy, Balázs and Tünde Maradi. Freiheit, Einheit und Staatsgewalt auf Münzen und Medaillen: Sammlung Herman Gyllenhaal, Schriften des Bernischen Historischen Museums 1. Bern (1998).

Peter, Markus. Geld - Argent - Money, Augster Museumshefte 22. Lausanne (1999).

Tobler, Edwin and Ruedi Kunzmann. "Seltene Schweizer Kleinmünzen," Schweizer Münzblätter 3.3 (1999), pp. 173-212, illus.

Zäch, Benedikt. Geld auf dem Üetliberg. Zürich (1999).

Deals with the Iron Age, Roman, Medieval and Modern coin finds of the Üetliberg, a findspot near Zurich. (Benedikt Zäch)

Zäch, Benedikt. "Publikationen zur Schweizer Numismatik 1997-1999," Schweizer zünzblatter 50.200 (2000), pp. 73-78.

A broad selection of publications concerning Switzerland. (Benedikt Zäch)

van der Wielen, Ybe, Anne Geiser, Franz E. Koenig, and Matteo Campagnolo. Monnayages Allobroges, Cahiers romands de numismatique 6. Genf / Lausanne (1999).

Three exhaustive articles on the celtic silver quinarii of the Allobroges: Y. van der Wielen writes on the series in general, A. Geiser publishes a hoard of 214 coins, F.E. Koenig and M. Campagnolo comment on the hoard from the cathedral excavations at Geneva (290 quinarii). (Markus Peter)



2002-02-26

Bertolaccini, Luisa and Rahel Warburton-Ackermann. "Ein constantinischer Münzhort aus Bottighofen TG?" Archäologie der Schweiz 20.2 (1997), pp. 84-85, illus.

Eisler, William. "Jean Dassier et les intailles gréco-romaines," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 11 (1998 [1999]), pp. 70-76, illus.

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Peter, Ulrike. Die Münzen der thrakischen Dynasten (5.-3. Jahrhundert v. Chr.). Hintergründe ihrer Prägung. Berlin 1997," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1999), pp. 195-202.

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Mildenberg, Leo. Vestigia Leonis. Studien zur antiken Numismatik Israels, Palästinas und der östlichen Mittelmeerwelt. Fribourg / Göttingen 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 169-170.

Froidevaux, Charles. "Trésor de Cudrefin au Cabinet des médailles de Lausanne: kreuzers neuchâtelois rarissimes et inédits du début du XVIIe siècle," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du Canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 9 (1996 [1997]), pp. 46-52, illus.

Geiger, Hans-Ulrich. "Berns Münzprägung im Mittelalter: Ein Forschungsbericht," Berner Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Heimatkunde 59.4 (1997), pp. 309-323, illus.

Geiser, Anne. "Rares deniers mérovingiens des VIIe et VIIIe siècles," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 11 (1998 [1999]), pp. 63-69, illus.

Girola, Giuseppe. "La moneta in Valtellina e Valchiavenna durante il periodo grigione: 1512-1797," Rivista italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 98 (1997), pp. 239-283, illus.

Hollstein, W. "PETER, ULRIKE (ed.). Stephanos numismatikos - Edith Schönert-Geiss zum 65. Geburtstag. Berlin 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 169-178.

Hurter, Silvia. "PANVINI ROSATI, FRANCESCO (ed.). La moneta greca e romana. Storia della moneta, 1. Roma 2000," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 193-197.

Hurter, Silvia. "Schwarz, Dietrich W.H. (1913-2000)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 5-6.

Le Rider, G. "Troxell, Hyla A. Studies in the Macedonian Coinage of Alexander the Great. NS 21, 1997," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 179-190.

Mittag, P.F. "Leschhorn, Wolfgang, Auguste V.B. Miron and Andrei Miron (eds.). Hellas und der griechische Osten. Studien zur Geschichte und Numismatik der griechischen Welt. Festschrift für Peter Robert Franke. Saarbrücken 1996," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 163-168.

Schäppi, Fritz. "Gessner's Goldmünzen: Die Goldprägungen Zürichs 1707-1736 von Hans Jakob Gessner I," Helvetische Münzenzeitung 34.12 (1999), pp. 680-687, illus.

Schmutz, Daniel. "Der Münzschatzfund von Eschikofen," Thurgauer Beiträge zur Geschichte 134 (1997 [1998]), pp. 131-216, illus.

Spoerri, Marguerite. "Rapports sur l'état présent des recherches en numismatique et histoire monétaire suisses I: Aperçu de la littérature consacrée à la médaille suisse entre 1972 et 1996," GNS 47.187 (1997), pp. 87-91.



2002-02-25

Adams, Doug. "The UWO Hits Jackpot - If Canadian Tire Money Counts," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.2 (April 2002), pp. 36.

A brief overview of the corporate records and Canadian Tire scrip held in the archives of the University of Western Ontario. (Oliver Hoover)

Bagnall, R.S. "CADELL, HÉLÈNE and GEORGES LE RIDER. Prix du blé et numéraire dans l'Égypte Lagide de 305 à 173. Papyrologica Bruxellensia 30. Bruxelles 1997," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 197-203.

Bauslaugh, Robert A. "DE CALLATAŸ, FRANÇOIS. L'histoire des guerres mithridatiques vue par les monnaies. Numismatica Lovanensia 18. Louvain-La-Neuve 1997," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 191-194.

Boehringer, Ch. "Caccamo Caltabiano, Maria. La monetazione di Messana. Con le emissioni di Rhegion dell'età della Tirannide. Berlin / New York 1993," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 171-190.

Bradt, Don. "The Joy of Canadian Tire Money," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.1 (January 2002), pp. 23.

A brief history of Canadian Tire coupons printed by British American Bank Note Inc. and the Canadian Bank Note Co. Ltd. and their place as a supplemental currency in the Canadian economy. The importance of the Candian Tire issues is reflected in an exhibition at the Bank of Canada's Currency Museum. (Oliver Hoover)

Butcher, K. "Burnett, Andrew, M. Amandry and I. Carradice. Roman Provincial Coinage. Supplement I. London / Paris 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 199-204.

Butcher, K. "Burnett, Andrew, M. Amandry and P.P. Ripollés. Roman Provincial Coinage II. From Vespasian to Domitian (AD 69-96). London / Paris 1999," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 199-204.

Fontaine, Lou. "Consolidated Low-High List," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.1 (January 2002), pp. 13-21.

An extensive listing of Canadian Tire corporation, gas bar, and store issues in the collections of club members. (Oliver Hoover)

Fox, Roger and Ovide Bilodeau. "Store Coupon Issue Re-Alignment: Last 6 Series," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.1 (January 2002), pp. 11-13, illus.

A new understanding of issues in series S24-S28 has led to a renumbering of several issues. (Oliver Hoover)

Frey-Kupper, Susanne. "Une monnaie inédite de Gordien III César émise à Aigai en Cilicie," Schweizer Münzblätter 49.193 (1999), pp. 4, illus.

Frey-Kupper, Susanne. "Keltische Münzen aus Balsthal (Kanton Solothurn). Ein Depot mit Quinaren und einem silbernen Hischgeweih und "Potin"-Münzen von der Holzfluh," Schweizer Münzblätter 49.195 (1999), pp. 45-61, illus.

The author publishes 17 celtic quinarii, which are the remains of a celtic votive hoard found around 1840. Originally the hoard contained at least 150 coins and a silver antler, which are lost. Furthermore 10 potin coins of the "grosse tête" type from a settlement in the vicinity are published. (Markus Peter)

Frey-Kupper, Susanne. "Séleucos I en Suisse," Schweizer Münzblätter 49.193 (1999), pp. 1-3, illus.

The historical significance of a tetradrachm of Seleucus I (Price 3899) found in Switzerland is rather doubtful as the findspot has not yielded any other archaeological traces. (Markus Peter)

Gricourt, D. "Bastien, Pierre. Le buste monétaire des empereurs romains, I-III. Wetteren 1992-1994," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 203-208.

Irwin, Ross W. "The 5% Gasoline Discount Coupons," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.1 (January 2002), pp. 9, illus.

The 5% discount coupons printed in 1972 and 1973 for the 50th anniversary of Canadian Tire by B.A. Banknote Inc. and the Canadian Banknote Co. are described. (Oliver Hoover)

Leschorn, W. "HOUGHTON, ARTHUR, ARNOLD SPAER and CATHARINE LORBER. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Israel I: The Arnold Spaer Collection of Seleucid Coins. Jerusalem / London 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 191-195.

Lorber, Catharine C. "Le Rider, Georges. Monnayage et finances de Philippe II: Un état de la question. Meletemata 23. Athens 1996," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 205-209.

Metcalf, William E. "Giard, Jean-Baptiste. Catalogue des monnaies de l'Empire romain III. Du soulèvement de 68 après J.-C. à Nerva. Bibliothèque nationale de France. Paris / Strasbourg 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 205-209.

Robb, Don. "Sandy McTire Update," The Collector: The Canadian Tire Coupon Collectors Club Newsletter 12.1 (2002), pp. 8, illus.

Two new additions to the Sandy McTire series are described and the current numbering system for the series is questioned. (Oliver Hoover)

Saccocci, A. "Grierson, Philip and Lucia Travaini. Medieval European Coinage (MEC) with a Catalogue of the Coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, 14, Italy (III) (South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia. Cambridge 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 211-219.

Walker, Alan. "Holloway, R. Ross. Catalogue of the Classical Collection. Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. Ancient Greek Coins. Providence, Rhode Island / Louvain-La-Neuve 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 175-178.

Zanchi, P.-A. "Cole, Andrew and François Wiblé. Martigny; le Mithraeum. Inventaire des trouvailles monétaires suisses 5. Lausanne 1999," Schweizer Münzblätter 50.198 (2000), pp. 38.



2002-02-21

Auberson, Anne-Francine. "Une boîte de pesage du balancier Canu à Fribourg," Cahiers d'archéologie Fribourgeoise 1 (1999), pp. 48-53, illus.

Campagnolo, Matteo. "Trouvailles monétaires [dans le canton de Genève] en 1996 et 1997," Genava n.s. 46 (1997), pp. 25-30, illus.

Delrieux, Fabrice and Hans-Markus von Kaenel. "La statue d'Artémis sans bras sur les alexandres et les monnaies séleucides de Carie," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 41-55, illus.

Discussion of the statue on Alexander and Seleucid tetradrachms and drachms (e.g. Price 2491-2493, WSM 1468). The archaeological and numismatic evidence supports an interpretation as Artemis Kindyas, not Artemis Astias. (Markus Peter)

Eisler, William. "Louis Levade et la création de la médaille de la Fête des Vignerons, Vevey (1797-1819)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 141-161, illus.

Elsig, Patrick. "Un moule de faussaire pour des cinq batz du canton de Vaud," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 12 (1999 [2000]), pp. 39-43, illus.

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Nachahmungen und Umbildungen in der sizilischen Münzprägung," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 24-39, illus.

This article deals with some copies of the works of Euainetus and Cimon and discusses the problems of distinguishing between original and imitation. It is argued that the quadriga on one of the Cimonian tetradrachms is an artistic variant of a Euainetan composition. (Markus Peter)

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Ashton, Richard and Silvia Hurter (eds.). Studies in Greek Numismatics in memory of Martin Jessop Price. London, 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 157-173.

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Amandry, Michel and Silvia Hurter (eds.). Travaux de numismatique grecque offerts à Georges Le Rider. London 1999," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 179-192.

Geiser, Anne. "Un faussaire à Lausanne-Vidy? A propos du "trésor de demi-victoriats rèpublicains" et des émissions permettant d'envisager la date de la fondation de la Colonia Iulia Equestris (Nyon)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 53-79, illus.

Reconsideration of a hoard found at Lausanne-Vidy (Switzerland) in 1938, which consists of 43 quinarii made of copper (no traces of plating). The quinarii imitate three Republican types and Octavian, RIC (2) 276. The coins were struck with five pairs of dies. A variant of RRC 345/2 is remarkable; CN LENT is replaced by CAESAR. Two or three die-linked single finds from Lausanne show that these quinarii were produced locally. (Markus Peter)

Geiser, Anne, Cosette Lagnel, and Yves Muhlemann (eds.). "Les archives du Cabinet des médailles. Les Recueils Antoine Baron I: Les trésors de monnaies antiques," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 11 (1998 [1999]), pp. 47-62, illus.

Geiser, Anne and Cosette Lagnel. "Les archives du Cabinet des médailles. Les Recueils Antoine Baron I: Les trésors de monnaies médiévales antérieurs aux Guerres de Bourgogne découverts dans le Canton de Vaud," Association des amis du Cabinet des médailles [du canton de Vaud]. Bulletin 12 (1999 [2000]), pp. 44-53, illus.

Gitler, Haim, Markus Peter, and Matthew Ponting. "A Group of False Roman Coin Dies," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 101-115, illus.

The analysis of 16 seemingly ancient Roman coin dies shows that most of them consist of a modern manganese bronze which does not conform to any known alloy employed in antiquity. The dies must therefore be considered as modern forgeries. (Markus Peter)

Gricourt, Daniel. "Les émissions Victoriae Dd Auggq Nn de Trèves. Séquence et chronologie," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 127-139, illus.

The author presents a detailed study of the chronology of aes-coinage between 341 and 348 in Trier. (Markus Peter)

Grigorova, Valentina. "Les représentations des monuments sur les monnaies d'Argos," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 81-99, illus.

Hochuli-Gysel, Anne. "Une balance monétaire à tare fixe," Bulletin de l'Association Pro Aventico 39 (1997), pp. 199-202, illus.

Houghton, Arthur. "The Struggle for the Seleucid Succession, 94-92 BC," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 65-71, illus.

The new tetradrachm of Antiochus XI and Philip I of Antioch helps to explain the complicated situation in the Seleucid kingdom in the years 94/92 BC. For a very short time in 93 the two brothers ruled jointly in Antioch before the city fell back to Antiochus X Eusebes. (Markus Peter)

Houghton, Arthur and Andrew Stewart. "The Equestrian Portrait of Alexander the Great on a New Tetradrachm of Seleucus I," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 27-35, illus.

The authors present a study of the new tetradrachm of Seleucus I from Ecbatana with the depiction of a rider on the reverse. Several elements hint at an interpretation of the reverse as Alexander riding Bucephalus. (Markus Peter)

Huth, Martin. "An Important Hoard of Early South Arabian Coins from the Kingdom of Qataban," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 37-51, illus.

A hoard from As-Surayrah (Yemen) with 190 recorded silver coins throws new light on the coinage of the kingdom of Qataban. The bulk of the hoard consists of tetradrachms, didrachms and drachms which imitate old style Athenian coins and many of which bear the 'royal' Qatabanian monogram. The obverse of three owl coins show a male head with an inscribed diadem. The hoard also contains several hemidrachms with male heads on both sides and inscriptions relating to the king of Qataban. (Markus Peter)

Klein, Sabine and Hans-Markus von Kaenel. "The early Roman Imperial aes coinage: metal analysis and numismatic studies. Part 1," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000), pp. 53-106.

241 copper coins of Augustus to Claudius from the Rome mint were analyzed for bulk chemical composition by electron probe microanalysis (EPMA). The analysis revealed among other results that the copper became increasingly pure chemically. Thus it is possible to relate undated coins (the DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER series) to dated issues of Tiberius and the Agrippa asses to Caligulan coins. (Markus Peter)

Moustaka, Aliki. "Weissagung in Thessalien. Ikonographische Bemerkungen zur Münzprägung Pelinnas," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 57-63, illus.

The reverse of a new bronze coin of Pelinna in Thessaly depicts the seer Teiresias and his daughter Manto. This composition proves that N. Svoronos correctly interpreted the veiled female head or standing figure on the common bronze coins of Pelinna as Manto. (Markus Peter)

Müller, Jörg W. "The Chronology of Ephesos Revisited," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 73-80, illus.

The author proposes a new arrangement of the dated cistophori of Ephesos: while the second group (years 76-86) is precisely dated to 59/58 BC onwards, it is suggested that the first group (years 1 to 67) follows a different era which began in 129/128 BC, after the defeat of Eumenes III and the organization of the Province of Asia. The assumption of two different eras would not only lessen the hiatus between the two groups from 8 to 3 years but would also match several astronomical observations. (Markus Peter)

Plancharel, Jean-Pierre and Marguerite Spoerri. "Deniers et bractéates des comtes de Neuchâtel au XIVe siècle," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 76 (1997), pp. 163-193, illus.

Staffieri, G.M. "Bakhoum,Soheir. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum France 4: Alexandrie I, Auguste-Trajan. Paris / Zürich 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 211-215.

Vecchi, Italo. "The coinage of the Rasna Part V," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 5-25, illus.

The author publishes an exhaustive catalogue of the bronze and silver coins of Vetulonia and of the silver and gold coins of an uncertain mint (maybe Vetulonia as well). (Markus Peter)

Walker, Alan. "Amandry, Michel and Bernard Rémy. Pontica II. Les monnaies de l'atelier de Sebastopolis du Pont. Varia Anatolica X. Paris 1998," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999), pp. 217-218.

Weiss, Arnold-Peter C. and Silvia Hurter. "The Silver Staters of Ialysos," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998), pp. 5-23, illus.

The authors present a detailed study of the rare silver coins from Ialysos (Rhodos). The staters and fractions were struck ca 510-480 B.C. in an unusual weight standard. (Markus Peter)



2002-02-19

Bakes, James R. "Veiled and dr. Bust r." The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.1 (March 2001), pp. 26-28, illus.

Extrapolating from the veiled and draped bust on a medallion of the deified empress Faustina the Elder (Gnecchi II, plate 56, #5), artist James Bakes, has drawn, and describes in detail, the full raiment of the empress as it might have appeared. The articles of clothing described in the illustration are the stola, worn over the tunica intima (an undergarment), the palla (a square of cloth over the stola), and solae (sandals). Other items of foot wear mentioned are soci (slippers worn in private) and calcei (footwear for use outdoors). (Robert I. Gait)

Bellemare, Pierre Marc. "The Allocation of Reverse Types among the Members of the House of Valerian and Gallienus on their Coinage for Roman Egypt," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.2 (June 2001), pp. 57-82, illus.

This study of the reverse types, mainly on Alexandrian billon tetradrachms, and a few bronze drachms, indicates that the mint had specific plans concering which members of the imperial family should, or should not share reverses. The work is based on the standard publications. The imperial persons are Valerian, Gallienus, Salonina, wife of Gallienus, and their sons Valerian the younger, and Salonicus. Four distinct periods are recognized based on the regnal years: (1) Years 1 and 2: 253-255, only coins of Valerian and Gallienus, (2) Years 3 to 8: 255-261 coins of all the imperial family (3) Years 9 and 10: 261-263,. only coins of Gallienus (4) Years 11 to 15: 263-268, Gallienus and Salonina. Year 8: 260-61 has a unique pattern, because of Valerian's capture by the Persians, the death of Salonicus, the appearance of the usurper Macrianus under whom the mint ceased to produce coins of Valerian and Gallienus, and the restoration of Gallienus as sole emperor. Each period is treated in detail noting which reverse types were given solely to one or other of the imperial personages and which were shared. This is one of three articles. The second appears in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Series 2, Vol. 2, No. 3 (September, 2001) pp. 135-156, and the third appears in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Series 2, Vol. 3, No. 1 (March 2002). (Robert I. Gait)

Bellemare, Pierre Marc. "The Allocation of Reverse Types on the Coinage of Roman Egypt in the Post-Severan Period: The Golden Years of the House of Philip," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.3 (September 2001), pp. 135-156, illus.

A detailed study of the reverses on Alexandrian billon tetradrachms and bronze drachms of Philip I, his wife, and son, for the seven regnal years of Philip's reign. Some examples of the different patterns that develop are: Year 1: Ten reverses are assigned solely to Philip I and five different reverses are shared between him and his wife. Year 4: 17 reverses solely for Philip, 3 solely for his wife and 5 solely for his son. Years 5 and 6: billon tetradrachms and bronze drachms are issued and each has its own distinct pattern of unshared and shared reverses. Year 6 is different from all the others in that of the 15 known reverses on the billon tetradrachms, 7 are for Philip, 2 for him and his son, 4 solely for his wife, and 2 solely for his son. However, for the drachms in the same year there are 4 reverses solely for Philip, 2 shared by him and his wife, 3 shared by him and his son, 2 for him, his wife, and his son, 2 solely for his wife, 1 for his wife and son, and 4 solely for his son. Thus all possible permutations for the three people are present on the drachms for year 6. When the reign ended early in year 7, only unshared reverses are known; 3 for Philip, 3 for his wife, and 3 for his son. These variations of the patterns of sharing between the imperial family members relate to the changing dynastic goals hoped to be achieved during the reign. This is the second of three articles. The first appeared in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Series 2, Vol. 2, No. 2 (June, 2001) pp. 57 - 82, and the third will appears in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Series 2, Vol. 3. (Robert I. Gait)

Berkhout, Nina H. "Cleopatra VIII Selene: Last of the Ptolemaic Queens," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.2 (September 2000), pp. 29-39, illus.

Although the Ptolemaic line ends in Egypt with the famous Cleopatra VII, her daughter, Cleopatra Selene, by Mark Anthony, was married to Juba II becoming Cleopatra VIII Selene thereby extending the Ptolemaic line. Three groups of Mauretanian coinage are examined; those bearing only Juba's title; those bearing titles of both Juba and Cleopatra Selene; and those with only the titles of Cleopatra Selene. Juba's titles on the coins depicting him alone have Latin inscriptions in contrast to Greek for Selene's titles. Some of Juba's coins pay homage to Augustus, his benefactor, and others show a strong Egyptian influence even before his marriage to Selene indicating the Romanization of Egyptian influences. The coins with titles of both Juba and Selene depict his diademed portrait and Latin text, but the reverses give Selene's title in Greek accompanied by Egyptian symbols. Thus it appears that Selene is anxious to depict herself in a royal context. Two theories are offered for the coins bearing only Selene's titles. The first suggests that the coins were struck during a four year period when Juba was travelling in the east and she was acting as his regent: If this is correct her death would have been about AD 11 or later. The second theory is that they were minted after her death as a tribute to the deceased queen. Evidence is presented to support both possibilities but no preference is indicated. Juba and Selene had a son, Ptolemy, who succeeded Juba in AD 23 and ruled to AD 40. Since no marriages or offspring are recorded he is the last member of the House of Ptolemy. (Robert I. Gait)

Brace, B.R. "Harl, Kenneth W. Coinage in the Roman Economy, 300 B.C. to A.D. 700. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 185-186.

Brace, Bruce R. "The Roman Hercules," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.2 (September 2000), pp. 42-45, illus.

This article tells the story of Commodus and his desire to identify with Herakles/Hercules. Some of his coins and medallions, issued in the later part of his reign, c. AD 191, show spectacular portraits of him wearing the Nemean lion skin headdress made famous by Alexander the Great. On some the legends read, in part, HERCULI ROMANO (Robert I. Gait)

Brace, Bruce R. "Diana of Nemi," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.4 (December 2001), pp. 178-186, illus.

Lake Nemi, ancient Lake Nemorensis, in the Alban Hills, has a long history, some of it mythological going back to the founding of Rome. Of significance is the sacred grove of Diana. Some of the theories relating to this cult and its origins are discussed. The numismatic connection lies with P. Accoleius Lariscolus, whose denarii (Crawford 486) are detailed including the three variations of hairstyle of the obverse goddess and the three standing figures on the reverse with a grove of three cypress trees behind. The three figures probably represent Diana as a tripartite goddess; Diana the Huntress; Luna-Selene, the moon goddess; and Hecate, goddess of the nether world. Lake Nemi was partially drained in 1928 and two huge barges, thought to be pleasure barges of the time of Caligula, were raised. These 20 x 70 metre vessels were well preserved, but unfortunately destroyed by fire in 1944. (Robert I. Gait)

Brace, Dorte. "Imitative Coins and Latin Occupation of the Eastern Roman Empire in the 13th Century," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.3 (December 2000), pp. 23-39, illus.

The article discusses the possible origins of these imitative coins and suggests that at least some of them are Bulgarian imitatives and the rest are Latin imitatives. Hoards buried prior to 1195 do not contain Latin imitatives and the imitatives they do contain are considered by some scholars to be Bulgarian in origin. There is considerable controversy on this matter. Hoards buried after 1205, however, contain only Latin imitatives. The paper uses the work of Hendy and the 5 volume Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and the Whittemore Collection, especially volume 4 parts 1 and 2. The first part of the article briefly describes the complex history leading to the Latin occupation. The second part deals with the imitative and clipped coins of the time. Eight typical Latin imitatives (all trachea) from Constantinople (1204-1219), three billon trachea and one copper half-tetarteron from Thessalonica (1207-1224) are illustrated and described in detail. (Robert I. Gait)

Clute, S.H. "The Nickle Arts Museum and its Numismatic Collection: An Historical Survey," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 73-80.

Davis, Kirk. "The Development of 16th Century Machine Coining Technology and the Career of Eloye Mestrelle in England," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.3 (September 2001), pp. 111-127, illus.

An account of Eloye Mestrelle and the first experiments in producing machine made (milled) gold and silver coinage for Elizabeth I in England. The new milled techniques failed to take over from the hammered coins and it was another hundred years before machine made coins became the norm. The article places Mestrelle's ten years in England in a wider historical context using quotations from contemporary archival sources. Mestrelle was clearly a competent engineer and engraver (he made the dies himself) and his story ends sadly with his conviction and death by hanging on charges of counterfeiting. (Robert I. Gait)

Fontanille, Jean-Philippe. "The Coinage of Pontius Pilate," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.1 (March 2001), pp. 29-39, 127, illus.

Only two coin types (AE 17) were issued by Pontius Pilate in the name of Tiberius. The first is dated AD 29 and shows a simpulum with Tiberius's titles and regnal year on one side and three ears of barley and Julia's titles on the other. The second type features the lituus with Tiberius's titles on one side and Tiberius's regnal year within a laurel wreath on the other. This second coin was minted in AD 30 and reissued in 31. These coins were minted in Jerusalem and are thought to have been in wide circulation for about 35 years. The common hypothesis for the presence of the strongly Roman religious symbols on one side of these coins is that they were intended to provoke the Jewish population. The proposition in this paper is that since Pontius Pilate followed the calling of a seer or soothsayer and had advised the emperor over a period of years, these religious symbols were most likely of Pilate's choosing, without any intent to annoy the local people. In addition it appears that since Pilate's relationship with the priests was quite good, it was unlikely that he would deliberately try to annoy the people. The ears of barley and the laurel wreath motifs were neutral in their implications. Furthermore, the simpulum and lituus are very simply engraved so that on these small, poorly-struck coins, they would only be recognized by people in the know. Only thirteen of these coins are known with countermarks; 5 of them are illustrated here. the countermarks consists of a palm branch with the Greek letters "C". "CPI", or "U" probably indicating their use by a local Roman cohort of the 22nd legion stationed in the area. Why they are so scarce is a mystery. The possibility that these coins might be connected with the shroud of Turin, upon which some scholars believe that they have detected coin images is mentioned. See also: "The Coins of Pontius Pilate" by Jean-Phillipe Fontanille and Lee Gosline review in The Celator, 16.1, January, 2002 (Robert I. Gait)

Hooker, J. "Celtic Coin Iconography," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 3-13, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "Houghton, Arthur and Arnold Spaer. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Israel I. The Arnold Spaer Collection of Seleucid Coins. Jerusalem, 1998," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 187-188.

Kiernan, Philip. "A Study on the Religious Propaganda of Ancient Coin Reverse Types, A.D. 313-337," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.2 (June 2001), pp. 92-96, illus.

Pagan and neutral iconography appearing on gold, silver, and bronze coins of AD 313-337 are used to contrast the attitudes of the western and eastern parts of the Roman empire. Neutral reverse types contain no religious connotations whatsoever; pagan types depict pagan legends or images. Some types like the VOTA coinage could be interpreted either way but here are classed with the neutral group. The chart that accompanies this article graphically depicts the pagan and neutral appearance of these reverses for each year at the mints of Antioch, Nicomedia, Rome, and Trier. A clear break occurs between the neutral and pagan types at each mint. In the western mints this occurs between 318 and 320, but in the eastern mints in 324 and 325, the year when Constantine won the battle of Chrysopolis and assumed control of the east. The data used for this article was compiled from Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. VII. A related article appears in The Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society, Series 2, Vol. 1, No. 2 (September, 2000) pp. 5-27 (Robert I. Gait)

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "Annia Faustina, Again," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 14-54, 3 pls.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "On an 'Antique' Roman Medallion," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 81-86, illus.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "A New Provincial Coin-Type of Gordian III from Tarsos in Kilikia," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 91-180, 8 pls.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "Five Unpublished Roman Coins from the Period of the Anarchy," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 181-184, illus.

Kumpikevicius, G.C. "Vagi, D. Coinage and History of the Roman Empire, 2 vols. Sydney, OH: Coin World, 1999," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 195-200.

Longtin, Rachelle. "Constantine and Christianity: The Numismatic Evidence," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.2 (September 2000), pp. 5-27, illus.

The paper uses the pagan, Christian, and non-sectarian iconography of the coins and medallions of Constantine the Great to determine how his religious views changed. From the appearance and disappearance of these icons during the reign, it is concluded that a distinct shift toward Christianity, and possibly also a divinely-sanctioned imperial authority, took place but these changes are not proof of the Emperor's commitment to a newly-Christianized empire. The data for this study were taken from Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. VII, Constantine and Licinius. The data were tabulated into two charts: The first shows, for each year of reign, seven pagan icons (e.g. Jupiter, Nike, radiate crown, etc.) and four Christian icons (e.g. the emperor looking to heaven, the chi-rho symbol, nimbate bust etc.) for 10 mints, selected because they were the most prolific and continuous in operation of the 17 known. The second chart is similar but adds three non-sectarian icons (laurel wreath, camp gate, and soldiers) for four mints: Arles, Aquileia, Siscia, and Thessalonica. A related article appears in the Journal of the Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society. Series 2, Vol. 2, No. 2 (June, 2001) pp. 92-96. (Robert I. Gait)

Mann, Michelle L. "Roman Coinage: Politics and Propaganda," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.3 (December 2000), pp. 42-47, illus.

The stated purpose of this essay is to show that the propaganda on selected coins was comprehended by the inhabitants of the Roman world. The fact that personifications such as Salus, Libertas, Pax, and Pietas originating in Republican times were used repeatedly throughout Imperial times and beyond is evidence that their messages were understood by the people. The coins selected to defend the thesis of this paper are the EID MAR denarius of Brutus giving the message that he had a hand in the overthrow of tyranny and the restoration of liberty and freedom; two coins of Octavian/Augustus, one identifying him as the adopted son of Caesar and the other showing him as Augustus without legend making him appear more "human" and less divine; and a denarius of Tiberius honoring Augustus as a god. All these propaganda coins promoted the fortunes of their issuers. (Robert I. Gait)

McInnis, Crista. "Foundation Iconography on Roman Coins: A Study of the Romulus and Remus, and Aeneas Legends," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.1 (March 2001), pp. 5-22, 2 tables, illus.

The images the legends of Romulus and Remus (33 examples) and Aeneas (102 examples)seen on Roman coins are tabulated into two annotated tables and these provide the data for the commentary which centers on coins of Augustus, Vespasian, and Antoninus Pius who used the same images for different purposes. Augustus used the Romulus and Remus image to establish himself as a second founder of Rome following a period of civil strife and to reinforce his family's claim to descent from Aeneas. Vespasian, also after civil war and restoration of peace and prosperity, used the image of Romulus and Remus to associate himself with the origin of the city of Rome. The Romulus and Remus image used by Vespasian in conjunction with his sons, Titus and Domitian reinforce their status and gives them some of their father's glory as well as establishing their right to rule. Antoninus Pius issued coins with images of both legends (5 types of Aeneas and 16 of Romulus and Remus). His accession was in a time of peace and so he did not associate himself with the foundation legends in the same way as Augustus and Vespasian. However, in his reign the 900th. anniversary of Rome was celebrated, and this provided the impetus to issue so many variations of these legends on his coins. This article was previously published in Concordia Classics Modern Languages and Linguistics Working Papers Vol. 2. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. (Robert I. Gait)

McInnis, Crista. "Religious Representation of Women on Roman Coins and Medallions," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.4 (December 2001), pp. 197-205, illus.

The article explores the role of women in the religious life of the Romans. The images on the coins extend the existing concepts of the religious part played by women. A selection of coins and medallions from Republican times to Julia Mamea are used as illustrative material. Questions are raised as the exact meaning of the images. For example on the reverse of a medallion of Faustina II, the standing empress is seen handing (or receiving) a statue to (or from) the seated Vesta; here is depicted an exchange between a deity and a woman who is not one of her priestesses. The reverse of one of Crispina's medallions shows her actually performing a sacrifice before the temple of Vesta; thus the empresses is actually performing the role of a priestess even though she is not one. The paper notes that images on coins and medallions may provide a more comprehensive insight into women's participation in religious life in Rome. (Robert I. Gait)

Nimchuk, Cindy L. "The Lion-and-Bull Coinage of Croesus," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.1 (June 2000), pp. 5-44, illus.

The author defines six categories of artistic style for the Croesid series, as opposed to Naster's four, and uses them to argue that the heavy and light standards for Croesid gold were issued concurrently rather than in sequence from heavy to light. A detailed die study reveals the use of 152 obverse dies and 167 reverse punches in a sample of 205 coins and links between dies used for gold (on both standards) and silver issues. This paper was researched and written at the American Numismatic Society, Summer Seminar 1997. (Oliver D. Hoover)

Tameanko, Marvin. "A Remarkable Overstrike on a Roman Provincial Coin," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 87-90, illus.

Tameanko, Marvin. "The Coinage of the 'Herculean Alliance' 394-387 BC," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.1 (June 2000), pp. 53-64, illus.

The rare silver tridrachms, thought to represent an alliance of cities on the western coast of Asia Minor and Propontis are connected by their reverse design, the infant Hercules killing two snakes, and the letters SYN. The latter are thought to be an abbreviation of SYNMACHIKON meaning "alliance", and other than the numismatic evidence, other documentary material relating to this alliance is scanty. The known cities of this alliance were Byzantion, Kyzikos, Ephesos, Samos, Iasos, Knidos, and Rhodos. Futhermore it is difficult to determine against whom the alliance was directed. Several theories and dates have been proposed and are noted in this paper, but the author prefers to see alliance as one established by Athens and Persia against Sparta. Coins of Thebes and Lampsakos showing a similar Herculean motif without the key letters SYN, may represent some kind of sympathetic support for this maritime alliance. The possibility exists that coins from other coastal cities of the region, such as Chios, may be discovered and shed more light on this interesting and poorly-documented political event. (Robert I. Gait)

Tameanko, Marvin. "Furniture on Ancient Coins," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 1.3 (December 2000), pp. 5-18, illus.

The study notes the evolution from stools to chairs, including the folding curule chair, to thrones as depicted on ancient coins. The importance of the seated figure, whether it be emperor, god, goddess, or some high official is apparent; a footstool seems to enhance the importance of the seated person. The bisellium, a double seat for two persons of equal status to sit side-by-side is mentioned. Although there are no depictions of beds, they are considered to be closely related to couches (pulvinar) which are seen on many coins. The tripod and its various functions are described and some illustrated. Several types of tables are shown, such as a handsome three-legged example, a prize table, called an agonistic table, on which prizes were displayed for various competitive events, and the Showbread table depicted on some Judean coins. Considering storage containers as furniture, these would include baskets, including the Cista Mystica, either wicker or wooden cabinets, sometimes used as shrines, are less common. A fine example of a cabinet is illustrated on a 23 mm bronze of Philip II struck at Perga in Phrygia. The most renowned cabinet is the Ark of the Covenant depicted on some Judean shekels. Noah's Ark, on a 37 mm bronze coin from Apameia, of Trebonianus Gallus, is symbolized by a wooden chest (kibotos) containing a male and female figure, the dove and olive branch on the lid, and Noah and his wife in front of it. (Robert I. Gait)

Tameanko, Marvin. "Numismatically Related Objects from the Mint in the Athenian Agora," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.2 (June 2001), pp. 84-90, illus.

The paper describes three types of objects excavated at the site of the Athenian Agora by the American School of Classical Studies in Athens between 1931 and 1985. A map of the Agora in the 2nd century AD is provided. Inscribed bronze weights of 795 gm, 190 gm., and 126 gm are identified respectively as 'stater', bearing a knucklebone image, 'quarter', bearing an image of the Boetian shield, and a 'sixth', bearing an image of a turtle. These are likely to be standard weights against which other weights, of merchants for example, could be compared. The irrational relationship between the weights of the three items has not been satisfactorily explained. Another item of numismatic character are bronze tokens depicting items of armor which were redeemable by the soldiers in time of war from the armory. Also found at this site are bronze discs with a short central axle projecting from both sides which was either solid or pierced. These were ballots used for voting in courts of law. It is surmised that the solid axle type was for innocent verdicts and holed ones for guilty. (Robert I. Gait)

Tameanko, Marvin. "Selinus - Ancient City of Many Temples and Wild Celery Plants," The Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society Journal 2.4 (December 2001), pp. 165-174, illus.

Selinus was a prosperous archaic Greek city on the western part of Sicily, founded in 650 BC by a population from an area near Syracuse, it was destroyed in 409 by the Carthaginians. The coinage forms the best documentary evidence relating to the history of Selinus. Its claim to fame is the occurrence of the wild celery plant, of some importance as it is featured on the silver didrachms. It also had a number of fine temples, one of which, an octastyle, was the second largest in the Greek world; its plan was 111 metres long by 53 metres across the front with columns 18 metres high. The paper gives and account of the history of the city and its development and describes the beautifully designed depictions on the coins that relate to major events in the city's history. These included, the draining of the swampy, unhealthy marshland in the area causing malaria to be prevalent, and the building of the temples. A silver litra commemorates the victory over the Carthaginians at Himera in 480 BC. The streets of the ancient city are rectilinear, predating those on the Greek mainland by about 70 years, making it the earliest known example of this type of city planning. (Robert I. Gait)

Tooth, M.E. "Modern Counterfeits and Reproductions of Ancient Coins," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 201-212, 6 pls.

Tooth, M.E. "A Bibliography of Numismatic and Related Articles in the Journal Archaeometry," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 55-64.

Tooth, M.E. "Sayles, Wayne G. Ancient Coin Collecting III. The Roman World - Politics and Propaganda. Iola: Krause Publications, 1997," Hekte 4 (1999), pp. 189-194.



2002-02-15

Brzić, Aleksandar N. "Jugoslawische Gegenstempel auf jugoslawischen, österreichischen und anderen Goldmünzen," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 197-198, illus.

Förschner, Gisela. "Die Arbeiten des Monogrammisten HK, Mittelrhein, um 1570," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 186-190, illus.

The medallist , known by the monogram HK, who produced cast works for the Archbishop of Mainz from1569 and 1570 can be identified as Hans Kurtz from Nürnberg. He was engaged by Archbishop Daniel Brtendel in 1559 as gunmaker, but worked also as a bell-founder. (Peter Ilisch)

Haidmann, Anton. "Mittelalterlicher Silberbergbau und Münzprägung im böhmischen Erzgebirge," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 121-123, illus.

Heckl, Jens. "Die Prägung von Mansfelder Ausbeutetalern 1811 im Königreich Westphalen," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 232-244, illus.

The author describes, with the aid of newly discovered archival sources, the circumstances of the issue of special silver coins from silver mined in the Mansfeld district and struck in 1811 in the name of Jerôme Napoléon king of Westphalia. The initiative came from the mines with the intention of distributing the profit among the miners. In contrast to previous publications it is most probable that this took place not in Clausthal, but in Kassel. (Peter Ilisch)

Heidemann, Martin and Jochen Klauss. "Zwei Varianten der Marie-Seebach-Medaille?" Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 245-246, illus.

The famous actress, Marie Seebach (Riga 1829 - St.Moritz 1897), is featured on a medal distributed to students of a Berlin theatre school. Different varieties in silver and bronze are known. (Peter Ilisch)

Heidemann, Martin. "Bibliographie zur Medaillenkunde Deutschlands und Österreichs. Erfassungszeitraum November 1998 bis Dezember 1999," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 83-87.

Ilisch, Peter. "Das Münzkabinett in Münster 1825-1907," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 379-382, illus.

Lauerwald, Paul. "Prof. D. Phil. Ernst Günther Förstemann (1788-1859) und seine Bedeutung für die numismatische Forschung," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 127-130, illus.

Leimus, Ivar. "Dbg. 846 - eine Prägung von Heinrich III. oder Heinrich IV.? ," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 57-62, illus.

The Worms pfennig of the Dannenberg 846 type is discussed with respect to its appearance in hoards. From the hoard evidence it is reattributed from Henry III to Henry IV in the period c. 1056 to c. 1065/70. (Peter Ilisch)

Link, Eberhard. ""Fünf Heilige" - aber wer sind sie," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2001), pp. 5-8, illus.

An ornamented baroque pilgrimage medal with five saints is attributed to Kobel near Augsburg. (Peter Ilisch)

Mirnik, Ivan. "Ein Schatzfund aus dem Jahr 1550 in Kroatien," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 183-185, illus.

The oldest report about an unearthed hoard (of unspecified coins) in Croatia is from Topusko in 1550. (Peter Ilisch)

Müller-Harang, Ulrike. "Eine wiedergefundene Vorzeichnung zur Jubiläumsmedaille auf Johann Wolfgang Goethe aus dem Jahr 1825," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 124-126, illus.

Portrait studies of the poet and of Karl August, Duke of Saxe-Weimar were made by the medallist Brandt in profile and en face and then used for the medal of 1825. (Peter Ilisch)

Nieuwendam, Arnold. "Die Kleinreliefs von Heide Dobberkau," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 202, illus.

Schörner, Joachim. "Die von Conrad Heinrich Küchler geschnittenen Konventionstaler des Herzogs (und Kurfürsten) Friedrich II. von Württemberg," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 303-305, illus.

The varieties of Württemberg konventionstalers with dates 1798 and 1803 are attributed to the mints of London, Soho and Staatgart and to five different chronological series. (Peter Ilisch)

Schukina, E. "Die Sammlung von Luders und deren Schicksal in Rußland," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 67-70, illus.

Schulze, Wolfgang. "De Cipro, Spekulationen über einen seltenen zyprischen Kreuzfahrer-Denier," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 57-62, illus.

The author discusses an anonymous denier of Cyprus with a Cypriot legend in his collection. He tentatively attributes it to the early years of Guy de Lusignan c. 1192. (Peter Ilisch)

Wipplinger, Eva. "Neujahrsmedaillen aus der Zeit der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik in der Sammlung des Landesmünzkabinetts Sachsen-Anhalt," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 36 (2001), pp. 14-17, illus.



2002-02-14

Esty, Warren. "On Rarity - Rarity and the Value of Ancient Roman Coins," The Celator 16.2 (February 2001), pp. 22-25, illus.

Muona, Jyrki. "The Antoniniani of Philip the Arab," The Celator 16.2 (February 2001), pp. 6-14, illus.

Nercessian, Y.T. "Cilician Armenian Coins Overstruck in Arabic," Armenian Numismatic Journal 28.1 (March 2002), pp. 3-22, 1 pl.

Suter, Charles. "Art and History in Ravenna," The Celator 16.2 (February 2001), pp. 16-20, illus.



2002-02-13

Förster, Georg H. "2 Reales 1765 aus Mexico, als 60 Paras auf den ionischen Inseln," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 129-130, illus.

The author publishes a Mexican silver coin counterstamped in the Ionian Islands in 1813. (Peter Ilisch)

Förster, Georg H. "Ein halber Real von Carlos III," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 303, illus.

A half real from Potosi 1778 with CROLVS instead of CAROLVS. (Peter Ilisch)

Grund, Rainer. "Eine neue Medaille auf Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann von Anna Franziska Schwarzbach," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 507-508, illus.

Heckl, Jens. "Die Zahlungsanweisungen des Köthener Homöopathen Arthur Lutze aus dem Jahr 1854," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 297-301, illus.

Link, Eberhard. "Wars eine Fliege? Ünber einen an unabgebrachter Stelle angebrachten Punkt - oder eein bisher anscheinend unbeachtet gebliebenes Detail der Medaillen des Jan Luder auf die Niederschlagung des Aufruhrs von 1696 in Amsterdam," Geldgeschichtichle Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 213-215, illus.

Link, Eberhard. "Vordere Grafschaft Sponheim, Münzstätte Kreuznach? Oder was sonst? Über eine anscheinend bisher unbekannt gebliebene Münze in der Art eines Hohlpfennigs," Geldgeschichtichle Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 336, 343, illus.

A bracteate type pfennig with a chess-like picture is tentatively attributed to Sponheim county in the fourteenth century. (Peter Ilisch)

Link, Eberhard. "AEcht falsch@, ein vorgeblich aus der Mainzer Münzstätte Bingen stammender Goldgulden," Geldgeschichtichle Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 5-8, illus.

Thorough comparison reveals that a gold guilder of the Bingen mint of Mainz from c. 1443 is in fact a comtemporary copy in gold alloy, thought to be from the Low Countries. (Peter Ilisch)

Potin, V. "Die Numismatische Abteilung der Staatlichen Eremitage, Sankt Petersburg," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 224-230, illus.

A general survey of the history of the numismatic department of the Hermitage with special attention to the curators of German nationality. (Peter Ilisch)

Schärli, Beatrice. "Die Medaille im Umfeld Arnold Böcklins (1827-1901)," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 499-504, illus.

The author deals with the medal produced on the occasion of the 70th birthday of A. Böcklins (1897) and with the artist's involvement in a medal issued on the occasion of the 70th birthday of the writer Gottfried Keller (1889). (Peter Ilisch)

Schörner, Joachim. "Die Einführung des Goldstandards in England," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 518-520.

Tewes, Lothar. "Die königliche Preismedaille der Berliner Universität," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 100-102, illus.

In 1825 a medal was introduced which was awarded to competing students of Berlin University. Details of the competition are provided. (Peter Ilisch)

Tewes, Lothar. "Ein sehr seltener Brakteat der Vogtei Quedlinburg," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 299-302, illus.

A bracteate with a mounted secular ruler holding a sword is compared to stylistically similar strikings from Quedlinburg and attributed to Friedrich VI, Saxon overseer of Quedlinburg abbey around 1160. (Peter Ilisch)



2002-02-11

Bruhn, Dieter. "Johann Veit Döll 1750-1835," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 7-11, illus.

Biography of the die-engraver and medallist. (Peter Ilisch)

Dannenberg, Hans-Dieter. "Magdeburger Buchstaben-Pfennige aus der Zeit um 1300," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 397-398, illus.

A series of pfennigs with the letters from A to F and a standing or sitting saint on the obverse, previously attributed to various mints, is identified as a serial coinage of Magdeburg. (Peter Ilisch)

Dethlefs, Gerd. "Die Pfaffenfeindmünzen des Herzogs Christian von Braunschweig 1622," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 92-112, illus.

The propagandistic anti-Catholic thalers issued by Christian, Duke of Braunschweig and Protestant military leader during the Thirty Years' War, are analysed with respect to their function. The author distinguishes between the originals and later restrikes. The latter were manufactured as curiosities. A catalog of the 12 obverse and 7 reverse dies is included. (Peter Ilisch)

Förschner, Gisela. "Der Bettlertaler und die Münzen des Kurfürsten Daniel Brendel von Homburg 1555-1582," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 49-54, illus.

The author surveys the coinage of the Elector of Mainz between 1567 and 1572 with special attention to the gold and larger silver coinage. (Peter Ilisch)

Hentschel, Kurt. "Das Jahr 1521. Die Medaille im Zentrum von Renaissance und Reformation," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 123-125, illus.

A medal portraying Martin Luther from 1521 is thought to have been produced in connection with the painter Lucas Cranach. (Peter Ilisch)

Ilisch, Peter. "Ein Osnabrücker Mariengroschen von 1656," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 217-218.

An almost anonymous, hitherto unknown Mariengroschen can be attributed to Osnabrück. (Peter Ilisch)

Klaus, Heinz. "Der Münzbetrieb des letzten sächsischen Münzmeisters Gustav Julius Buschick," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 260-262, illus.

The author traces the biography and the activites of G.J.Buschick, Saxon mintmaster 1861 to 1887. (Hans R. Baldus)

Klein, Ulrich. "Alvicus Comes in Sulz," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 193-201, illus.

The coinage of Alwig X count of Sulz, struck in 1622 and 1623 in Tiengen, is examined and a critical catalog is provided. Die analysis is used to establish the sequence of issues. (Peter Ilisch)

Klein, Ulrich. "Der Zunftpokal der Stuttgart Sattler als numismatisches Dokument," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 249-255, illus.

The goblet of the Guild of Saddlers in Stuttgart, donated in 1682, is ornamented with 19 attached medals and coins. (Peter Ilisch)

Klein, Ulrich. "Biberach im Februar 1801. Eine trügerische Friedenshoffnung," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 65-66, illus.

Morrisson, Cécile. "Die Ausstrahlung des byzantinischen Münzwesens auf die Länder der alten Welt," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 501-508, illus.

Petry, Klaus. "Sens oder Straßburg. Die XP-Gepräge Ludwigs des Frommen mit Beizeichen S unter dem Tempel im Münzschatz von Pilligerheck (Kr.Mayen-Koblenz)," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 49 (2000), pp. 47-51, illus.

Anonymous "Christiana Religio" denarii of Louis the Pious with an S below the church are tentatively attributed to Strassburg instead of Sens, because of their high representation in the Pillgerheck hoard. (Peter Ilisch)

Röblitz, Günther. "Die Pallas-Gepräge Sachsen-Weimars von 1622 und 1623," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 403-407, illus.

Röblitz, Günther. "Die Kleinmünzen von Sachsen-Alt-Weimar," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 563-564, illus.

In addition to thalers, Saxe-Weimar also struck small change between 1589 and 1598. The author interprets coins marked with the number 12 as 12-pfennigs and rejects the idea that these were struck for the county of Henneberg. (Peter Ilisch)

Schneider, Konrad. "Gelddiebstähle bei Frankfurter Geldwechslern 1853 und 1859 als Spiegel des geldumlaufs der Zeit," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 63-64, illus.

Newspaper reports about thefts in 1853 and 1859 reveal a circulation of foreign (US, British, Dutch and French) as well as various German gold coins in Frankfurt. Medals were also stolen from the shop windows of money-changers. (Peter Ilisch)

Schörner, Joachim. "Der Bermuda-Penny von 1793," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 207-208, illus.

Schörner, Joachim. "Der Penny für die Sierra-Leone-Company von 1791," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 132, illus.

Schörner, Joachim. "Probe-Guineen aus der Soho-Münzstätte des englischen Unternehmers Matthew Boulton mit der Jahreszahl 1791," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 50 (2001), pp. 9-10, illus.

Schulzki, Heinz-Joachim. "Kurfürst Carl Theodor von der Pfalz und die Numismatik," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 545-553, illus.

The role of Carl Theodor, elector of the Palatinate 1742-99, as well as of his predecessors in bringing together an important numismatic and archaeological collection in Mannheim, which later was transferred to Munich, is surveyed. Carl Theodor was less interested in numismatics as a science. (Peter Ilisch)

Tewes, Lothar. "Die brandenburgischen Adlerhohlpfennige von ca. 1380 bis 1510," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt 48 (1999), pp. 239-245, illus.

The attributions of Brandenburgian hohlpfennigs with an eagle type are modified based on hoard composition as well as typological and metrological analysis. A catalog of 23 varieties is included. (Peter Ilisch)



2002-02-06

Bumiller, Casimir (ed.). Menschen, Mächte, Märkte. Schwaben vor 1000 Jahren und das Villinger Marktrecht. Begleitband zur Ausstellung im Franziskanermuseum Villingen 14. März - 1. August 1999. Villingen-Schwenningen (1999).

Dethlefs, Gerd. Das Marsberger Münzwesen im Mittelalter. Zur Wirtschafts- und Sozailgeschichte einer südwestfälischen Stadt um 900-1300. Marsberg (2000).

The coins struck in Marsberg from the eleventh to the thirteenth century are analysed with respect to typology and dies. All existing coins known to the author are illustrated. Also discussed are the written sources, especially the charters of Westphalia up to 1300 mentioning mintmasters. (Peter Ilisch)

Fischer, Dieter P.W. Nürnberger Medaillen 1806-1981, Ergänzungsband. Wissenschaftliche Beibände zum Anzeiger des Germanischen Nationalmuseums 18. Nürnberg (2000).

Medals and plaquettes of all forms and metals related to Nürnberg, issued since 1806, but primarily after 1900, are described and illustrated. (Peter Ilisch)

Fried, Thorsten. Die Münzprägung in Thüringen 1138-1291, Schrftenreihe der Numismatischen Gesellschaft Speyer / Zeitschrift des Vereins für Thüringische geschichte 41/31. Speyer/Jena (2000).

Giesen, Klaus. Die Münzen von Diepholz. Geld -und Münzgeschichte, Geprägekatalog. Osnabrück (2001).

The late medieval coins from Diepholz are discussed in the context of monetary history. Almost all issues are imitate those of larger 16th century mints, including the distant mints of Bohemia and Saxony. A descriptive and illustrated catalogue lists all coins, which have also been subjected to a die study. (Peter Ilisch)

Hatz, Gert. Der Münzfund vom Goting-Kliff/Föhr. Mit einem Beitrag von Ernst Pernicka, Numismatische Studien 14. Hamburg (2001).

Over several years a hoard of Merovingian silver denarii and other Anglo-Frisian sceattas (especially of porcupine-type) was found, altogether 87 pieces, which is here published and described in detail. The author concludes that the coins were imported from Frisia and discusses it in the context of Frisian trade. The results from metal analyses are also included. (Peter Ilisch)

Heckl, Jens. Das Geldwesen Anhalts unter Berücksichtigung der Staatsschulden 1690 bis 1875, Numismatische Studien 12. Hamburg / Regenstauf (1999).

This dissertation deals with the monetary policies of the principalities of Anhalt in the times between the Leipzig treaty of 1690 and the abolition of its own currency production in 1875 after the creation of the German empire. Whereas the circulation in Anhalt mainly consisted of foreign coinage, its own mints in the eighteenth century struck poor coins intended to be exported, especially during the Seven Years' War. During the nineteenth century Anhalt had to adopt Prussian standards. The study also includes an analysis of the state debts and the issue of bank notes. (Peter Ilisch)

Ilisch, Peter. "Die Münzen aus den römischen Militäranlagen in Westfalen," in Schlüter, W. and R. Wiegels (ed.) Rom, Germanien und die Ausgrabungen von Kalkriese, Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption 1 (1999), pp. 279-291, illus.

The coins found in the Roman military camps of Augustus in Westphalia between 11 AB and 9 BC are surveyed. Attention is drawn to the fact that the majority of the Lugdunum Altar asses are of crude style and inferior weight. It is also demonstrated that the Celtic small bronzes, the so-called Aduatici, are of different varieties and that the cut coins are usually smaller than a half. English summary. (Peter Ilisch)

Ilisch, Peter. "Münzfunde und Münzwesen in Westfalen," in Stiegemann, C. and M. Wemhoff (ed.) 799 Kunst und Kultur der Karolingerzeit. Karl der Große und Papst Leo III. in Paderborn, Katalog der Ausstellung 1 (1999), pp. 388-391, illus.

Ilisch, Peter. 1000 Jahre Währungsgeschichte im Hochsauerland - Vom Pfennig zum Euro. Meschede (2001).

A popular survey of monetary circulation between 1000 and 2000, with special attention to the Hochsauerland region. (Peter Ilisch)

Kellner, Hans-Jörg. Die Münzgeschichte des Hochstifts Passau. Ein Katalog der Münzen und Medaillen, Süddeutsche Münzkataloge 6. Stuttgart (1997).

The author discusses the coinage as well as a few medals of Passau from its beginnings in the middle of the eleventh century up to 1792. An appendix lists coins erroneously attributed to Passau and coins from other territories where the inscriptions name Passau. (Peter Ilisch)

Klein, Ulrich. "Der numismatische Aspekt - das südwestdeutsche Münzwesen in der Zeit um 1000," in Bumiller, Casimir (ed.) Menschen, Mächte, Märkte. Schwaben vor 1000 Jahren und das Villinger Marktrecht. Begleitband zur Ausstellung im Franziskanermuseum Villingen 14. März - 1. August 1999 (1999), pp. 141-151, illus.

The author summarizes the present state of research on the coinage in the Duchy of Swabia during the reign of the Ottonians. 46 coin types are described and illustrated. (Peter Ilisch)

Kluge, Bernd. "Nomen imperatoris und Christiana Religio. Das Kaisertum Karls des Großen und Ludwigs des Frommen im Lichte der numismatischen Quellen," in Stiegemann, C. and M. Wemhoff (ed.) 799 Kunst und Kultur der Karolingerzeit. Karl der Große und Papst Leo III. in Paderborn, Katalog der Ausstellung 1 (1999), pp. 82-90, illus.

The author summarizes the present state of research on the coinage in the Duchy of Swabia during the reign of the Ottonians. 46 coin types are described and illustrated. (Peter Ilisch)

Kreul, Andreas. Katalog der Medaillen und Plaketten in der Kunsthalle Bremen. Ergänzungsband 15. bis 20. Jahrhundert. Bremen (1999).

Plaquettes and medals from the sixteenth to the (mainly) twentieth century are described and illustrated. Short biographies of the various artists are also given. (Peter Ilisch)

Krug, Wolfgang. Die Münzen des Hochstifts Bamberg 1007 bis 1802, Süddeutsche Münzkataloge 9. Stuttgart (1999).

This is the first descriptive and illustrated corpus of coins from the bishopric of Bamberg. (Peter Ilisch)

Krüger, Joachim. "Die Münzen der Sammlung vorgeschichtlicher Altertümer der Universität Greifswald," in Mangelsdorff, G. (ed.) Von der Steinzeit zum Mittelalter, Greifswalder Mitteilungen - Beiträge zur Ur - und Frühgeschichte und Mittelalterarchäologie 3 (1999), pp. 121-135, illus.

The archaeological collection of Greifswald University comprises 23 coins ranging from Roman imperial to Sasanian and Islamic dirhams, half bracteates from Hedeby, German medieval and some early modern coins, which are described by the author. (Peter Ilisch)

Mangelsdorff, G. (ed.). Von der Steinzeit zum Mittelalter, Greifswalder Mitteilungen - Beiträge zur Ur - und Frühgeschichte und Mittelalterarchäologie 3. Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris and Vienna (1999).

Mayer, Tobias and Ralf Althoff. Sammlung Köhler-Osbahr, vol. V, 3: Byzantinische Münzen und ihr Umfeld: Orientalische Münzen, Münzen der Kreuzfahrer und staaten sowie der europäischen Nachbarn. Duisburg (2000).

This collection catalogue includes Sasanian, Byzantine folles with Arab counterstamps, Arab-Byzantine imitations and mainly later Islamic coins as well as Armenian and crusader coins. Also added are coins from Venice, Serbia, Bulgaria, Norman Sicily and one Hungarian, which at least to some degree are Byzantine influenced. (Peter Ilisch)

Mehl, Manfred. Die Münzen der Grafen von Barby und Mühlingen. Hamburg (1998).

The nobles, later counts of Barby struck coins around 1300 and later 1611-22. In 1687 a mint in Barby struck for a short period on behalf of Heinrich duke of Saxony-Barby. These coins are described and much background information including archival sources is provided. (Peter Ilisch)

Schneider, Konrad. Geld-Wechsel / Wechsel-Geld. Geld in Hessen 1500-2000, Ausstellungskataloge des Hessischen Staatsarchives Darmstadt 21. Darmstadt (2001).

This exhibition catalogue comprises a summary of the monetary history of Hesse from 1500 to 1873 by Konrad Schneider (pp.5-64). The remainder deals with monetary development in Germany up to modern times with the introduction of the Euro currency. (Peter Ilisch)

Schulten, Peter N. Die Münzen der Grafen von Hohnstein von den ersten Anfängen im Mittelalter bis zum Aussterben des gräflichen Hauses 1593. Osnabrück (1997).

Following a short introduction, a detailed description of the issues of the counts of Hohnstein (bracteates of the 13th and 14th centuries and the larger bulk of issues between 1533 and 1593) is given. (Peter Ilisch)

Schütz, Arthur. Die hessischen Münzen des Hauses Brabant. Teil V: Hessen-Rheinfels, Hessen-Darmstadt, Hessen-Homburg 1567-1871. Frankfurt (2000).

Schütz, Arthur. Die hessischen Münzen des Hauses Brabant. Teil III: Gesamthessen, Hessen-Marburg und Hessen-Kassel 1509-1670. Frankfurt (No date).

Schütz, Arthur. Die hessischen Münzen des Hauses Brabant. Teil IV: 1670-1866. Anhang: Königreich Westfalen 1807-1813. Frankfurt (No date).

Schwede, Arnold. Der heilige Liboris Schutzpatron des Bistums Paderborn auf Münzen und Medaillen. Katalog zur Ausstellung der Volksbank Paderborn im Juli 1999. Paderborn (1999).

Coins and some medals mentioning or portraying saint Liborius, patron of the Paderborn bishopric, from the 12th to 1936, are described. Especially notable are the medals and coins issued by the chapter of the Paderborn cathedral during the siege vacancy of 1761. (Peter Ilisch)

Stiegemann, C. and M. Wemhoff (ed.). 799 Kunst und Kultur der Karolingerzeit. Karl der Große und Papst Leo III. in Paderborn, Katalog der Ausstellung 1. Mainz (1999).

Tabarelli, Werner. Ferdinando Galiani "Über das Geld". Düsseldorf (1999).

A translated edition of Galiani's work, "De moneta" (Naples, 1751), with commentary. (Peter Ilisch)



2002-01-30

Huston, Stephen M. and Catharine C. Lorber. "A Hoard of Ptolemaic Bronze Coins in Commerce, October 1992 (CH 8, 413)," Numismatic Chronicle (2001), pp. 11-40.

The hoard record shows that a currency reform in the latter reign of Ptolemy IV removed much bronze coinage from circulation: all bronzes larger than c. 48 g, and all but one denomination of Ptolemy IV. CH VIII, 413 includes the largest bronze denominations in circulation after the reform: issues of Ptolemy III weighing c. 48 g; the equivalent denomination of Ptolemy IV, always countermarked; a variety with double eagle reverse (Svoronos 1423) weighing c. 40 g, representing the reformed coinage; and the latest variety in the hoard, another double eagle bronze weighing c. 29 g (a subgroup of Svoronos 1424). The reform and succeeding weight reductions probably correlate with the inflationary phenomena recorded in papyrological sources datable to the reigns of Ptolemy IV and V. Many papyrologists believe that about 210 a new system of reckoning was introduced, based on a much smaller bronze drachm. This idea receives support from a bronze monetary weight found in a Lebanese hoard of countermarked bronzes of Ptolemy IV. With a weight of 80.14 g it was equivalent to two of the "reformed" double eagle coins, and it could have been used for monetary conversions, having two parallel strokes on one side and the letter Mu (=40 drachms) or Sigma (=200 drachms) on the other. (Oliver Hoover)



2002-01-23

Amandry, Michel (ed.). Dictionnaire de Numismatique. Paris (2001).

Bauslaugh, Robert A. "Christopher Howgego, Ancient History from Coins. Approaching the Ancient World. London and New York: Routledge, 1995 and François Rebuffat, La Monnaie dans L'Antiquité. Paris: Picard, 1996," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 151-159.

Berger, Frank. "250 Jahre Frankfurter Münzkabinett," Numismatisches Nachrichtenblatt (1999), pp. 247-249, illus.

Berghaus, Peter. "Numismatiker im Porträt, 49. Julius Menadier 7. August 1854 Gandersheim - 12. Januar 1939 Berlin," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 149-153, illus.

Berghaus, Peter. "Numismatiker im Porträt, 50. Joseph Johann Hilarius Eckhel (1737 Enzesfeld - 1798 Wien)," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 216-221, illus.

Betz, Gabriela. "Zeichen künftiger Herrschaft auf den Porträtmedaillen des Don Carlos," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 210-212, illus.

The author discusses the symbols on medals featuring Carlos, the son of Philip II of Spain, presenting him as future ruler. (Peter Ilisch)

Brunnert, Uwe. "Gold zur Wehr. Zum Notgeld der Stadt Siegen 1917/1918," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 20-22, illus.

Because of a shortage of small change in 1917 and 1918, the municipality of Siegen issued coins and paper money from 5 to 50 pfennigs. (Peter Ilisch)

Cox, Sarah E. "Jean-Baptiste Giard, Catalogue des monnaies de l'Empire romain III. Du soulvèment de 68 après J.-C. à Nerva. Paris/Strasbourg: Bibliothèque nationale de France/Poinsignon Numismatique, 1998," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 164-173.

Heckl, Jens. "Untersuchungen zu Münzstätten in und bei Harzgerode. 2. Neuzeit," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 367-377, illus.

This survey of the mint activity at Harzgerode (principality of Anhalt) reveals many new data about the issues in modern times, especially in the periods 1693-98 and 1744-57, when large quantitities of poor war money was struck. The mint was closed in 1831. (Peter Ilisch)

Heckl, Jens. "Die 'Gedächtnismünzen' des Fürsten Friedrich August von Anhalt-Zerbst (1747-1793)," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 143-145, illus.

Archival sources reveal hitherto unknown details about the commemorative issues of the prince of Anhalt-Zerbst. (Peter Ilisch)

Heuer, Ursula. "Annette von Droste-Hülshoff als Sammlerin und ihre Briefe an Carl von Haxthausen und Johannes Leunis in Hildesheim," Hildesheimer Jahrbuch (Stadtarchiv Hildesheim) 69 (1997), pp. 221-223.

Letters between the poet von Droste-Hülshoff and her uncle von Haxthausen show both as coin collectors. (Peter Ilisch)

Hodder, Michael. "Western American Gold and Unparted Bars: A Review of the Evidence," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 85-149, 1 pl.

Kleeberg, John M. "From Regional to National Gold Circulation Patterns: The Evidence of the Hull, Texas (1936) Hoard," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 69-83, 1 pl.

Kleeberg, John M. "Repertorium zur neuzeitlichen Münzprägung Europas, vol. 2, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation und Nachfolgestaaten-der Bayerische Reichskreis. Vienna: Oesterreichische Forschungsgesellschaft für Numismatik, Institut für Numismatik Universität Wien, 1996," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 173-177.

Kleeberg, John M. "Raymond Weiller, La Circulation Monétaire et les Trouvailles Numismatiques du Moyen Age et des Temps Mondernes au Pays de Luxembourg, vol. 3 (CMPL 3). Luxembourg: Ministère de la Culture, 1996," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 177-180.

Kleeberg, John M. "Trevor H. Stephenson, Peruvian Trams and Railways: An Illustrated History. London: Minerva Press, 1995," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 180-184.

Kool, Robert. "A Fatimid Amulet-Box with European and Islamic Coins from the Eleventh Century," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 47-68, 2 pls.

Lauerwald, Paul. "Dr. Carl Gustav Schmidt (1829-1892)als Numismatiker," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 15-19, illus.

The historian C.G.Schmidt was the temporary curator of the Götingen University collection. (Peter Ilisch)

Matthei, H.U. "Ein mittelalterlicher Münzfund aus dem Harzvorland," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 133-142, illus.

The author reconstructs a hoard that was found in the Harz about 1986 and dispersed in trade. It was buried in c.1150 and contained a number of otherwise unknown types from that region, both bracteates and double-sided coins. (Peter Ilisch)

McAlee, Richard G. "The Livia Hoard of Pseudo-Philip Tetradrachms," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 1-12, 3 pls.

Meshorer, Ya'akov. A Treasury of Jewish Coins. Jerusalem/Nyack, NY (2001).

Noreña, Carlos F. "Andrew S. Hobley, An Examination of Roman Bronze Coin Distribution in the Western Empire A.D. 81-192. BAR International Series 688. Oxford: Archaeopress, 1998," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 160-164.

Raab, Dieter. "Frankfurts genialster Münzhändler und sein bester Kunde," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 143-145, illus.

The author surveys the relation between coin dealer Mayer Amschel Rothschild, Frankfurt, and the count Wilhelm of Hanau. (Peter Ilisch)

Ranft, Gertrud. "Freimaurer-Schraubmedaille aus Goethes Sammlung," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 146-148.

Schulten, Peter N. "Der Rheinische Münzvertrag vom 29.Juni 1477 und seine zu vermutenden Vorgänger," Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 35 (2000), pp. 344-345, illus.

Discussing gold guilders of Jülich-Berg the author assumes that the Rhenish monetary convention of 1477 was preceded by a similar contract from 1475. (Peter Ilisch)

Schwartz, James H. "Engraved Gems in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society II: Inatglios with Eros," The American Journal of Numismatics 11 (1999), pp. 13-45, 2 pls.

Ulonska, Hans-Jürgen. "Ein Dukat für König Gustav II. Adolph von 1632 aus Hamburg?" Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten 34 (1999), pp. 210-212, illus.

A gold ducat (1632) of the Swedish king is tentatively attributed to Hamburg and Mathias Freude as mintmaster based on the comparison of the mintmaster's mark. (Peter Ilisch)



2002-01-21

Arnold-Biucchi, Carmen. "Ian Carradice, Greek Coins. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1995 and N.K. Rutter, The Greek Coinages of Southern Italy and Sicily. London: Spink, 1997," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 239-247.

Caine, Edward A. "Jean-Phillipe Fontanille and Sheldon Lee Gosline, The Coins of Pontius Pilate, Marco Polo Monographs 4. Warren Center, PA: Shangrila Publications, 2001," The Celator 16.1 (2001), pp. 34-35.

Day Jr., William R. "Philip Grierson and Lucia Traviani, Medieval European Coinage, with a Catalogue of the Coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 14: Italy (III) (South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 254-260.

Goldsborough, Reid. "Misattributions of Alexander III Tetradrachms," The Celator 16.1 (2002), pp. 20-24.

Hallman, Robert. "Philip Grierson. Catalogue of Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection volume 5: Michael VIII to Constantine XI, 1258-1453. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks, 1999," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 249-254.

Metcalf, William E. "Soheir Bakhoum, ed. Sylloge Graecorum France 4. Départment des monnaies, médailles et antiques: Alexandrie I, Auguste-Trajan. Zürich: Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Numismatica Ars Classica, 1998," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 247-249.

Rottinghaus, Scott T. "A New Roman Republican Owl Quinarius," The Celator 16.1 (2002), pp. 26.

Twente, John W. "Animal Reverses of Gallienus and Philip II: Why are these Moose Called Goats?" The Celator 16.1 (2002), pp. 38.

Vermeule, Cornelius. "Roman Provincial Coins: The Statues in the Temples and Shrines," The Celator 16.1 (2002), pp. 6-18, illus.

Wetterstrom, Kerry K. "Keith Emmett, Alexandrian Coins. Gainesville, MO: Wayne Sayles (Clio's Cabinet), 2001," The Celator 16.1 (2002), pp. 35, 50.



2002-01-14

Arnold-Biucchi, Carmen. "Acquisitions for 1999 in the American Numismatic Society Collection: Greek," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 261-265, 4 pls.

Arslan, Melih and Ayça Özen. "A Hoard of Unpublished Bronze Coins of Ptolemy Ceraunus," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 59-66, 3 pls.

Bates, Michael L. "Acquisitions for 1999 in the American Numismatic Society Collection: Islamic and East Asian," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 266-267, 4 pls.

Beckmann, Martin. "The Early Gold Coinage of Trajan's Sixth Consulship," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 119-156, 6 pls.

Bernardi, Giulio. "Il dinar di `Abd al-Malik coniato nell'anno 77 H," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 131-136, illus., 1 pl.

Heintz, Florent. "Investigating a Unique Byzantine Weight," The Celator 14.10 (October 2000), pp. 26-28, illus.

Hoover, Oliver D. "A Unique Tetradrachm of Demetrius II Nikator at Seleucia-in-Pieria," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 102-107, 2 pls.

Houghton, Arthur. "A Mint of Antiochus IX at Samaria-Sebaste?" The Celator 14.7 (July 2000), pp. 22-25, illus.

Houghton, Arthur. "A Mint of Antiochus IX at Samaria-Sebaste," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 107-112, 1 pl.

Kleeberg, John M. "Three Notes on the Private Gold Coinage of the United States," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 215-237, 2 pls.

Kleeberg, John M. "Acquisitions for 1999 in the American Numismatic Society Collection: Medieval, Medals and Decorations, Modern, Latin American and US," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 267-271, 4 pls.

Klein, Ulrich. "Ein schwäbisch-alemannischer Münzschatz aus der Zeit um 1050," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 139-170, illus., 14 pls.

Kritt, Brian. "Coinage of Antiochus III in Bactria," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 93-102, 1 pl.

Lorber, Catharine C. "Large Ptolemaic Bronzes in Third-Century Egyptian Hoards," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 67-92, 6 pls.

Overlapping third-century hoards establish the following sequence of bronze issues for Ptolemy III in Egypt: Lambda, E and variants, unmarked, and Chi-Rho. The makeup of the hoards strongly suggests that the largest of all Ptolemaic bronzes, with a diameter of c. 48 mm and a weight of c. 96 g, was issued primarily under Ptolemy III and had the face value of a drachm. This implies a temporary increase in the bronze "weight standard" in the first half of Euergetes' reign. Eight hoards close at the same point in the reign of Ptolemy IV, with issues marked Sigma, Sigma Epsilon, and Sigma-Epsilon monogram. The closure of these hoards was followed by an episode of countermarking, indicating that their simultaneous deposit was due to a monetary reform. (Catharine Lorber)

Manganaro, Giacomo. "Metoikismos dei Danklaioi a Mylai," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 7-18, 1 pl.

Unter Heranziehung des viel behandelten "Damareteions" wird das Überleben der Oligarchie in Zankle (Danklaioi) diskusiert, nachdem die Stadt im Jahr 490 v. Chr. mit Unterstützung durch den Tyrannen von Rhegion, Anaxilas, von den Messeniern erobert worden war. Wir kennen eine ähnliche Umsiedlung (Metoikismos) der Stadtbevölkerung der Aitnaier von Katane nach Inessa (Neu-Aitna) vom Jahr 463 v.Chr., ebenso später, in 282 v.Chr., die Umsiedlung der Geloer von Gela nach Eknomos, die von Phintias, dem Tyrannen von Akragas, veranlasst wurde. Im Fall von Zankle stetzen sich die überlebenden Oligarchen in Mylai fest, während ihre Stadt im Besitz der Messenier war und jetzt Messene hiess. Es war also in Mylai, wo ca. 461 v.Chr. das Tetradrachmon mit der Legende DANKLAION geprägt wurde, mit der Figur des Zeus Eleutherios der, vor einem Altar stehend, einen Blitz schleudert (Taf. 1, 8); es befindet sich heute in Brüssel. Um die gleiche Zeit prägten die nach Inessa umgesiedelten Aitnaier das herrliche Tetradrachmon, ebenfalls in Brüssel, mit dem Kopf eines Silens. Dieser zeigt eine enge Verwandtschaft zum Dionysoskopf des ersten Tetradrachmons von Naxos, und beide, obschon stilistisch etwas entwickelter, gehen deutlich auf den Aretusakopf des "Demareteions" zurück. (Giacomo Manganaro)

Metcalf, William E. "Acquisitions for 1999 in the American Numismatic Society Collection: Roman and Byzantine," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 265-266, 4 pls.

Saryan, L.A. "An Unpublished Silver Double Tram of Gosdantin I (1298-1299), King of Cilician Armenia," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 195-204, 1 pl.

Schell, James A. "Observations on the metrology of the precious metal coinage of Philip II of Macedon: the "Thraco-Macedonian" standard or the Corinthian standard?" The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 1-8.

Schultz, Warren C. and Haim Gitler. "A Mamluk Bronze Weight in the Israel Museum, with Further Comments on this Rare Metrological Species," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 205-214, 2 pls.

Sears, Stuart D. "An 'Abbasid Revolution Hoard from the Western Jazira (Al-Raqqa?)," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 171-193, 1 pl.

Tatman, John. "Silphium, Silver and Strife: The History of Kyrenaika and its Coinage," The Celator 14.10 (October 2000), pp. 6-24,36, illus.

Thomas, Michael L. "An Imitative Unsealed Semis from Northern Etruria," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 113-117, 1 pl.

Woods, David. "Julian, Gallienus, and the Solar Bull," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 157-169, illus.

van Alfen, Peter. "The 'Owls' from the 1973 Iraq Hoard," The American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000), pp. 9-58, 8 pls.



2002-01-11

Ehling, Kay. "W. Szaivert, C. Daburon, Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Österreich. Sammlung Leypold, Wiener Neustadt. Kleinasiatische Münzen der Kaiserzeit Band I: Pontus-Lydien (Wien, 2000)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 229-231.

Hurter, Silvia. "Zum Gedenken an Leo Mildenberg," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 4-6.

Matzke, Michael. "OLIVIER F. DUBUIS, SUZANNE FREY-KUPPER, GILLES PERRET (eds.), Trouvailles monétaires de tombes. Actes du deuxième colloque international du Groupe suisse pour l'étude des trouvailles monétaites, Neuchâtel 3-4 mars 1995 (Lausanne, 1999)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 233-235.

Wolters, Reinhard. "Wilhelm Hollstein (Hg.), Metallanalystische Unterschungen an Münzen der Römischen Republik (Berlin, 2000)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 225-228.



2002-01-08

Arnold-Biucchi, Carmen. "Wolfgang Fischer-Bossert, Chronologie der Didrachmenprägung von Tarent: 510-28 c. Chr (Berlin/New York 1999)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 207-220.

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang. "Claudia Wallack Samuels, Paul Rynearson and Ya'Yakov Meshorer, The Numismatic Legacy of the Jews as Depicted by a Distinguished American Collection (New York, 2000)," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 221-223.

Kroll, John H. "Georges Le Rider, La naissance de la monnaie, Pratiques monétaires de l'Orient ancien," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 199-206.



2002-01-07

Auberson, Anne-Francine and Anne Geiser. "Les trouvailles monétaires et le coin de l'oppidum du Mont-Vully," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 59-97, illus., 5 pls.

Excavations and subsequent metal detector controls at the Celtic site of Mont-Vully (Fribourg, Switzerland) have yielded a collection of 72 coins and one die. The group is composed of seventeen quinarii of the KALETEDV type (LT 8178) and one helmeted head quiarius (LT 5138). The bronze coins are “long cou” potin from the Rhone valley (LT 5611), 2 Leuci boar potins (LT 9078), two potins with OYINDIA inscriptions (LT 8319) (probably of Lingones origin), 32 potins “à la grosse tête” (A3, A5, A6, A8.1 and A8.2, B1 or 2 and B4.1), 3 Helvetian potins with anchor motifs and 11 uniface potins with wheel motifs. The comparison of this group with finds in France and Switzerland reveals that the coins belong to the LTD2a period, a date that concurs with the proposed date of 58 BC for the conflagration at Mont-Vully. The die, discovered in 1996, is the first of its type. It shows the obverse of a KALETEDV quinarius. Analyses show not only that it was cast, but that it saw use. However, the amount of wear cannot be measured. (T. Anderson)

Hoover, Oliver D. "Quasi-Municipal Coinage in Seleucid Apamea: Countermarks and Counterrevolution," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 21-34, 2 pls.

The deity depicted on Apamean quasi-municipal coins under Alexander I Balas should be identified as Zeus rather than Poseidon. This series, which only bears the date 163 SE (=150/49 BC), should be seen as a type of Seleucid adventus coinage referring to Alexander's arrival at the city during a general tour of Syria Seleucis beginning in 150 BC. The quasi-municipal coins of other cities in the region, dated to the period 151/0-149/8 BC, are all related to the same royal tour. Unlike the other quasi-municipal coinages under Alexander, the Apamean series was frequently countermarked with a stamp depicting a palm branch. Because it often appears over the city ethnic, it may have been applied by the partisans of Demetrius II Nikator after the fall of Alexander I, as part of Demetrius' repressive political and military policies towards the city. (Oliver Hoover)

Lorber, Catharine C. "The Lotus of Aphrodite on Ptolemaic Bronzes," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 39-52, 3 pls.

The lotus was a symbol of Aphrodite Cypria. Provenances indicate that virtually all Ptolemaic bronzes with a lotus blossom symbol circulated on Cyprus. The sole exception is the "Eulaeus" series, whose only known findspots are Syrian. It is likely that this series too circulated on Cyprus, but that much of it was taken as booty during the Seleucid invasion of 168 and carried off to Syria, where some pieces were countermarked with an anchor. The reattribution of lotus bronzes to Cyprus means that from c. 180 to the reforms of Cleopatra VII, no bronze coin larger than c. 30 mm and c. 24 g circulated in Egypt. (Oliver Hoover)

von Mosch, Hans-Christoph. "Die Antinoos-Medallions von Bithynion-Klaudiopolis," Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001), pp. 109-126, 2 pls.

After the death and subsequent deification of Antinoos his native city Bithynion-Klaudiopolis produced a series of bronze medallions bearing his portrait. The reverses bore seven scenes depicting the Arcadian myth of Hermes. This cycle was given its most complete description in the celebrated hymn to Hermes which in its existing form dates to the 7th century BC and has been ascribed to Homer. Thus, even if we have to assume that now lost local myths inspired the coin types, the hymn can provide clues to help us explain the medals' iconographic details. By placing this series of scenes taken from old Arcadian myths on its coins, the city not only stresses its notable Arcadian origin but also emphasizes the ascendance of the new youg god to Olympus. That the assimilation of Antinoos with Hermes Kyllenios was not merely of local importance can be seen from the deme names of the Phyle Oseirantinoeis at Antinoopolis, surely created under the influence of Hadrian himself. The deme names reveal a complicated mythological network which links Arcadia, Mantineia and Bithynion with Antinoopolis. As was the case with the Panhellenic League the construction of a common mythological foundation linking the centers of the new cult of Antinoos in the Peloponnesos, Asia Minor and Egypt must be ascribed to the personal wishes of the Emperor. (A.S.W.)



2001-10-24

Schlüter, W. and R. Wiegels (ed.). Rom, Germanien und die Ausgrabungen von Kalkriese, Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption 1. Osnabrück (1999).