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Developments and Preliminary Data Release for the Roman Republican Die...
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Developments and Preliminary Data Release for the Roman Republican Die Project
By Lucia Carbone

Lucia Carbone and Liv M. Yarrow

The following post is a precursor to a Long Table discussion scheduled for Friday, July 16, 1 pm. Please join us then for an open Q&A following the presentation. If you are unable to do so, please feel free to send along any questions or comments to Lucia Carbone and Liv Mariah Yarrow. 

Nearly three decades ago Richard Schaefer began collecting images of Roman Republican coins and organizing these images by one die, either obverse or reverse based on which was most distinctive for each type (Figs. 1 and 2).

Figure 1. An image of some of…

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ANS eBay Store Behind-the-Scenes: Coin Photography
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ANS eBay Store Behind-the-Scenes: Coin Photography
By John Thomassen

As the ANS continues to make duplicates from its collection available on eBay, it may be of interest to Society…

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Antigonid Coins Online
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Antigonid Coins Online
By The American Numismatic Society

Ruling over parts of Asia Minor and Macedonia starting with Antigonus I Monophthalmus (the “One-Eyed”, r. 306­–301 BC), the Antigonid…

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Binders of Richard Schaefer's Roman Republican Die Project (RRDP) now...
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Binders of Richard Schaefer's Roman Republican Die Project (RRDP) now online
By The American Numismatic Society

by Lucia Carbone, Assistant Curator for Roman Coins, American Numismatic Society; and Liv Yarrow, Associate Professor of Classics, Brooklyn College
The…

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A New Monograms Function in Hellenistic Royal Coinages
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A New Monograms Function in Hellenistic Royal Coinages
By The American Numismatic Society

One of the more enigmatic aspects of ancient Greek coinage, and Hellenistic coinage in particular, are the many symbols and…

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Seleucid Coins Online as a Clearinghouse for New Information
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Seleucid Coins Online as a Clearinghouse for New Information
By The American Numismatic Society

As work continues apace to add monograms to the coin data presented in Seleucid Coins Online (SCO) (as well as…

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Roman Imperial Coinage and OCRE
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Roman Imperial Coinage and OCRE
By The American Numismatic Society

Roman Imperial Coinage (RIC) is the definitive corpus of coins issued under the Roman Empire. This 10-volume typology spans 460…

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CoinHoards.org Launched
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CoinHoards.org Launched
By The American Numismatic Society

The American Numismatic Society is pleased to announce the launch of CoinHoards, a new web-based, linked open data tool for…

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Massive Update to Ptolemaic Coins Online
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Massive Update to Ptolemaic Coins Online
By The American Numismatic Society

In 2018, the ANS launched Ptolemaic Coins Online as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities funded Hellenistic Royal…

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The Coinage of Philip II now in PELLA
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The Coinage of Philip II now in PELLA
By The American Numismatic Society

 Back in 2015, the ANS launched PELLA (numismatics.org/pella) as our first foray into creating dedicated online tools with a focus…

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Zoomable High-Definition Images now in MANTIS, ARCHER
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Zoomable High-Definition Images now in MANTIS, ARCHER
By The American Numismatic Society

The ANS is pleased to announce a…

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First Digital Object Identifiers Minted for ANS Digital Library Items
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First Digital Object Identifiers Minted for ANS Digital Library Items
By The American Numismatic Society

Several weeks ago, the ANS migrated an older, circa 2002 TEI ebook on the Taranto 1911 hoard, authored by John Kroll…

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