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(p. 687) General

(p. 687) IV. General

AAS, 19, 21, 23.
Achaeans, 128.
Achaemenids, 61–62, 64, 71, 80, 252–257, 277, 280–281, 283, 290.
Aes grave,16.14. 302–304.
Aes signatum.16.12. 299, 302, 305, 310.
Ainianes, 204.
“Alexander” tetradrachms, 191–199. 201–202, 205, 211–213, 237, 248–249.
Apadana, 65.
Apamea, Treaty of, 249.
Aphrodisias currency inscription, 548, 550, 554n.2 and 3, 584–589, 660.
Arkades, Crete (inscription), 34.
Basilica Ulpia, 411.
Battles:
Actium, 175, 204, 229;
Coroneia, 163;
Coropedium, 181;
Ephesus, 55;
Gaugamela, 78;
Hadrianople, 602;
Himera, 148;
Ipsus, 179–181;
Issus, 79;
Leuctra, 164, 168;
Magnesia, 185;
Mursa, 594;
Philippi, 100;
Plataea, 164;
Pydna, 185;
Raphia, 219;
Salamis (480 B.C.), 93, 161;
Salamis (306 B.C.), 212, 214.
Coinage decree (Athenian), 94.
Column of Trajan, 411.
Countermarks, 47, 67, 118, 167, 192, 351, 460–462, 465;
Cistophoric, 196–197;
Parthian, 15.29, 284;
Ptolemaic, 216, 220, 224;
Seleucid, 192, 248.
Delian treasury, 93.
Doric settlements, 109.
Edict on Maximum Prices, 518, 550, 553, 554n.2, 589, 662.
Edomite coinage, 256.
Egypt,
as center of gold refining, 38
Elam, 280.
Frataraka, 290.
First Punic War, 139.
Forum Traiani, 411.
Gafsa Mosaic, 588.
Gondopharid dynasty, 289.
Gortyna, Law Code, 117.
Herulians, 436, 634, 637.
Homonoia conages:
Pergamum-Ephesus, 387.
Ephesus-Smyrna, 391.
Philadelphia-Ephesus, 391.
Sardis-Smyrna, 391.
Aezani-Cadi, 20.20. 391.
ICP-AES (inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy), 23
ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma mass emission spectroscopy), 23.
Ingots, 32.4, 32.44. 3, 37–39, 43, 50, 70, 90, 106–107, 299, 302, 544, 589, 602, 608, 611.
Ionian settlements, 109.
Ipsos, Battle of, 179–181.
Isthmian games, 400, 444.
Knossos, 34.
Koinon coinages:
Amorgos, 116.
Asia 391, 401.
Bithynia, 21.2. 387, 391.
Cyprus, 21.3. 387, 391.
Galatia, 391.
Ionian Cities, 391.
Pontus, 391.
Macedonia, 387, 391, 464.
Paphlagonia, 387.
Phoenice, 479.
Phrygia, 391.
Pontus, 391.
Syria, 391, 479.
Thessaly, 391, 464.
Thrace, 391.
unspecified, 393, 425–426.
Kushans, 289.
Lex
Clodia, 319;
Flaminia minus solvendi, 320;
Gabinia tabellaria, 327;
Papiria de assis pondere, 320;
Ursonensis, 370.
Limesfalschungen, 504.
Magnesia, Battle of, 183, 185.
Marcomanni, 425, 539.
Marmor Parium, 212.
Media, 280.
Mesopotamia, 33, 40, 275–276, 280–281, 290;
as center of gold refining, 38.
Molossians, 161–162.
Nabataea, 473, 477–478;
analysis of silver coins, 16.
Nemean games, 444.
Nesiotic League, 108.
New Style coinage (Athens), 98, 121, 198, 204.
Olympian games, 177.
Olynthus, 34.
Panathenaic games, 444.
Pangean mines, 175.
Peisistratids, 90–91.
Piazza Armerina, 587.
Plataea, Battle of, 164.
Pythian games, 444, 463.
Ramo Secco, 16.13. 302.
“Restoration” coinages, 375, 385, 413.
Riotinto mines, 425.
Sasanian dynasty, 289.
Seleucids, 62.
Severans, 109.
Standards
Aeginetan, 53,158, 162–168, 191;
reduced, 167, 193;
Attic-Euboic, 110;
Augustan, 547;
Carian-Rhodian, 73;
Chalcidian, 129, 143, 149, 160;
Chian, 114, 194;
reduced, 194;
Cistophoric, 194, 200, 204–205;
Corcyrean, 167;
Corinthian, 162;
reduced, 161 166–167;
Euboean, 143, 146, 149;
Euboean-Attic, 160;
Euboic-Chalcidian, 130;
Lydo-Milesian, 53;
Milesian, 113, 160;
“Mixed,” 194;
Neronian, 547–548;
Persic, 158, 194, 236;
Phocaic, 53;
Phoenician, 195, 213, 262;
Ptolemaic-Phoenician, 261;
Punic, 138;
Quinarius, 204;
Rhodian, 114, 158;
plinthophoric, 194;
Samian, 53;
Sextantal, 17.6. 319, 330;
“Thraco-Macedonian,” 158, 161.
Stephanephoroi, 198.
Tetrarchy, 562, 576, 589–590.
Vandals, 33.15. 601, 606, 611, 624, 633, 638, 640, 645, 647.
Wappenmünzen, 89–91, 93, 165.