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Chinese coin finds from Arabia and the Arabian Gulf / J. Cribb and D. Potts

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Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 7 (1996) p. 108-118

 

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Cribb, Joe 1947-

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First coin of ancient Khmer kingdom discovered / by Joe Cribb

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Numismatique Asiatique 6 (juin 2013) p. 9-16

 

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The 'Heraus' coins : their attribution to the Kushan king Kujula Kadphises, c. AD 30-80 / Joe Cribb

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Essays in honour of Robert Carson and Kenneth Jenkins / ed. by Martin Price, Andrew Burnett and Roger Bland. - London : Spink, 1993. – P. 107-134, pl. 23-27

 

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Numismatic evidence for Kushano-Sasanian chronology / Joe Cribb

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Studia Iranica 19 (1990) 2 p. 151-193, pl. 1-8

 

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Money as metaphore. [1] / Joe Cribb

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Numismatic Chronicle 165 (2005) p. 418-438, pl. 47

 

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Cribb, Joe 1947-

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Money as metaphore. 2 / Joe Cribb

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London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2006

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Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 166 (2006) p. 493-517, pl. 83-96

 

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Cribb, Joe 1947-

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Money as metaphore. 3 / Joe Cribb

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London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2007

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Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 167 (2007) p. 361-395, pl. 42-52

 

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Money as metaphore. 4: [Text] / Joe Cribb

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Numismatic Chronicle 169 (2009) p. 461-529

 

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Money as metaphore. 4: [Plates] / Joe Cribb

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Numismatic Chronicle 169 (2009) pl. 50-56

 

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Nezumikin : a group of Japanese coin imitations / Joe Cribb

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Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 66 (1987) p. 205-216, pl. 35-36

 

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Cribb, Joe 1947-

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The origins of the Indian coinage tradition / Joe Cribb

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South Asian Studies 19 (2003) 1 p. 1-19

 

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Cribb, Joe 1947-

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The Soter Megas coins of the first and second Kushan kings, Kujula Kadphises and Wima Takto / Joe Cribb

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Gandharan Studies 8 (2014) p. 79-122