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Long Table 91. Data Wrangling: How to use Nomisma
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Long Table 91. Data Wrangling: How to use Nomisma

Director of Data Science Ethan Gruber provides an introduction to some of the underlying technical principles of Nomisma.org, the foundation on which many ANS digital projects (such as Online Coins of the Roman Empire) are built. He explains the modeling of numismatic information into Linked Open Data and how to perform a range of queries—from simple to complex—on data aggregated in Nomisma.

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Long Table 90. Stickers on a Steamer Trunk: American Merchant...
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Long Table 90. Stickers on a Steamer Trunk: American Merchant Countermarks on Foreign Coins

John Kraljevich, ANS Fellow and researcher, takes a look into the pockets antebellum America. The diversity of the United…

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LT No. 89 Schulman, Salton, and Frankenhuis in Archival Records
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LT No. 89 Schulman, Salton, and Frankenhuis in Archival Records

ANS Archivist and Librarian David Hill discusses a few archival collections that document the nightmarish experiences of several Jewish…

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Long Table No. 88 The Nickle Numismatic Collection at the...
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Long Table No. 88 The Nickle Numismatic Collection at the University of Calgary

Marina Fischer, Curator of Numismatics at Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, speaks on the history of the museum and…

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LT 88. Republic Crises to Imperial Ideals? A View from...
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LT 88. Republic Crises to Imperial Ideals? A View from the Roman Coinage of the 40s–30s BCE

In the numismatic field at the end of Republic, there is an emphasis of abstract personifications of values in…

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LT No. 86. Femina Princeps’ and her Exceptional Numismatic Accolades
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LT No. 86. Femina Princeps’ and her Exceptional Numismatic Accolades

Dr. Tracene Harvey, Director/Curator of the Museum of Antiquities at the University of Saskatchewan, explores the Roman empress Livia’s…

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LT No. 84. An Introduction to the Function and Design...
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LT No. 84. An Introduction to the Function and Design of Medals

ANS Fellow Scott Miller leads an overview of medallic art. While introductory presentations on medals often emphasize their history and…

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LT No. 83. The Mark & Lottie Salton Collection: Jewish...
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LT No. 83. The Mark & Lottie Salton Collection: Jewish Entrepreneurs and the Beginning of the German Coin Trade

Mark Salton (b. Max Schlessinger, 1914-2005), came from from a distinguished family of German coin dealers from before the…

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LT No. 82. Coins in Shakespeare
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LT No. 82. Coins in Shakespeare

Michael Markowitz guides a merry numismatic tour through the works of William Shakespeare. From drachmas to ducats to sixpence,…

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LT No. 53. HELP! Unsolved Medallic Mysteries in My Collection
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LT No. 53. HELP! Unsolved Medallic Mysteries in My Collection

ANS Fellow Ira Rezak has been a collector of coins and medals for more than seventy years. While remaining intrigued…

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