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The Ancient Coinages of the Iberian Peninsula  

Pere P. Ripollès

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Feb 2012
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Nov 2012
The minting of coins in the Iberian Peninsula spread in from the mid-fifth century BC until the reign of the emperor Claudius. The first coinages were struck in the Greek colonies of ... More

Antonine Coinage  

Liv Mariah Yarrow

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Feb 2012
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Nov 2012
Under the Antonine emperors, imperial and provincial coinage largely follow the pattern of prior periods, with certain significant developments both in minting practices and iconographic ... More

Archaeology  

Henry Hurst

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Jun 2010
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Sep 2012
The idea of classifying archaeology as a ‘tool’ alongside prosopography, metre, and numismatics, while ‘culture change’, ‘urbanism’, and ‘fall and transitions’ are classified under ... More

Armenia  

Tim Greenwood

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Oct 2012
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Nov 2012
This article discusses Armenian history in Late Antiquity. It considers the multiple and varied influences upon all aspects of Armenian society and culture, from far-reaching decisions ... More

Barbarians: Problems and Approaches  

Michael Maas

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Oct 2012
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Nov 2012
This article examines Roman approaches to the barbarians in terms of history writing, diplomacy, science, and law. It then describes how Christianity after Constantine influenced all of ... More

Early Roman Coinage and Its Italian Context  

Andrew Burnett

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Feb 2012
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Nov 2012
Rome made its steps in the production of coined money against the background of Italy's coinage development. The Romans started to make coinage in around 300 BC, and the system they ... More

Flavian Coinage  

Ian Carradice

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Feb 2012
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Nov 2012
The emperors of the Flavian dynasty had a considerable impact on imperial history. All of the denominations of imperial coinage employed had already appeared in the past; the elements most ... More

From Gordian III to the Gallic Empire (AD 238–274)  

Roger Bland

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Feb 2012
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Nov 2012
This article encapsulates the main themes of the coinage of the Gallic period: debasement, problems of counterfeiting, and a rapid turnover of rulers. Traditionally, numismatic scholarship ... More

Public Entertainments  

Kathleen M. Coleman

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Feb 2011
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Sep 2012
This article focuses on the public entertainments in Rome, including the games and gladiatorial displays. It notes that the key issues in determining the social relations in places of ... More

The Roman Army  

David S. Potter

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Feb 2011
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Sep 2012
This article discusses the Roman Army. This was initially the only institution that was supported by the Roman state that included large numbers of Roman citizens. It describes the ... More

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