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late Julio-Claudian aes hoard from Worcester

C. H. V. Sutherland

late Julio-Claudian aes hoard from Worcester

by C. H. V. Sutherland

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementby Dr. C.H.V. Sutherland.
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Open LibraryOL18531742M

Aurelian. AD. VERY RARE coin with only 2 listed on RIC on-line! Æ Sestertius, Rare. Class B anonymous follis, Constantinople. C. Vibius C. f. Pansa. Æ As, Very early dynastic issue. Orbiana, wife of Severus Alexander, AD. Marc Antony, as Triumvir ( BC), with Lucius Antonius. AR Shekel, c. BC. Iconium circa AD - Explore lolac's board "The Wonderful Object 2", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Door knobs and knockers, Antique door knockers and Paleolithic art pins.

Late Byzantine Coins, , in the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford. HC Lowick, N.M. and S. Bendall and P. D. Whitting. The Mardin Hoard. * PB. Penchev, Vladimir. A Hoard of Copper (Billon) Scyphati from the First Half of the 13th Century Found Near Petrich. PB. Another book that requires close attention, as the rather short chapters change viewpoint frequently, but this layered novel by one of Mexico's premier novelists is worth it. It starts with Stan Laurel observing the assassination of Pancho Villa in , and gets stranger/5.

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Late Julio-Claudian aes hoard from Worcester by C. H. V. Sutherland Download PDF EPUB FB2

Perhaps no Julio-Claudian coinage has been the subject of more con-troversy2 concerning its date and significance than the large series of See C. Sutherland, "A Late Julio-Claudian Aes Hoard from Worcester," NCp. 22 H. Cohen, Médailles impériales 2nd ed. 1 (Paris/London, ), p.

no. 4, 28 Cohen, Médailles 1, p. A late Julio-Claudian aes hoard from Worcester » Birley, Eric: The Thorngrafton hoard » Carson, R.A.G.: Norton (Malton) Roman imperial treasure trove » 67 Bruun, Patrick: The transmission of gold coin types in the light of two new Constantinian gold pieces »pl The Gettty Caligulan head is fantastic for showing agreement on Caligula ' Vesta aes (bronze coins).

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Actium and Augustus (Ann Arbor ) [works in much numismatic evidence with other kinds]. The aes coinage of Galba is well suited for study by the methods already outlined.

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