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Churches and Monasteries  

Robert Ousterhout

Published in print:
Oct 2008
Published Online:
Nov 2012
Churches and related buildings constitute the most significant surviving remains of Byzantine architecture. Numerous sources deal with the subject, including handbooks by Krautheimer ... More

Money and Prices in the Papyri, Ptolemaic Period  

Sitta von Reden

This article examines developments in money and prices in Egypt during the Ptolemaic period based on numismatic and papyrological evidence. It first considers the introduction, spread, and ... More

Numismatics  

Andrew Meadows

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Aug 2009
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Sep 2012
This article describes the origins of Greek numismatics, the emergence of the discipline, die study, hoards, and future trends. In discussing Greek coins, it presents a vivid case study of ... More

Numismatics  

William E. Metcalf

Published in print:
Jun 2010
Published Online:
Sep 2012
Numismatics is the study of coins and coin-like objects. The material of numismatics in the Roman Empire has chronological range of about eight centuries. Beginning in Italy in the late ... More

Numismatics  

Eurydike Georganteli

Published in print:
Oct 2008
Published Online:
Nov 2012
Numismatics is the systematic study of coins with cross-disciplinary connections, having found a central role in the interpretation of the history of art, religion, politics, political ... More

Taxation in the Greco-Roman World: The Roman Principate  

Sven Günther

The article deals with the different taxes that were exacted in the Roman Principate. It analyzes not only the different concepts of taxation with a differentiation betweentributa, ... More

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