15. Iberian Peninsula

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Abad Varela, Manuel E.

Title:

Estudio de algunos hallazgos numismáticos encontrados en Segovia / Manuel Abad Varela

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Ser. II: Historia Antigua 2 (1989) p. 95-114

 

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Abad Varela, Manuel E.

Title:

Monedas romanas depositadas en el Museo municipal de Cacabelos (León) / Manuel Abad Varela

Source:

Tierras de León 83-84 (junio-septiembre 1991) p. 120-134

 

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Abad Varela, Manuel E.

Title:

El Museo de los PP Paules de Villafranca del Bierzo (León) y su monetario / Manuel Abad Varela

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Ser. II: Historia Antigua 9 (1996) p. 321-332

 

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Abad Varela, Manuel E.

Title:

Nuevos hallazgos monetarios de superficie en Cástulo / Manuel Abad Varela

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Ser. II: Historia Antigua 8 (1995) p. 321-330

 

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Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel 1958-

Title:

Nuevos hallazgos monetarios en Elda y Monforte del Cid (Alicante) = New monetary finds in Elda and Monforte del Cid (Alicante) / Juan Manuel Abascal Palazón, Antonio Alberola

Source:

Lucentum 27 (2008) p. 115-117

 

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Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel 1958-

Title:

Numismática romana de Guadalajara en una colección particular / Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel

Source:

Wad-al-Hayara 11 (1984) p. 327-338

 

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Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel 1958-

Title:

Numismática y evidencia arqueológica en el alfar romano de la Almadrava (setla-Mirarosa-Miraflor) / Juan Manuel Abascal, Josep A. Gisbert

Source:

Lucentum 9-10 (1990-1991) p. 133-160

Abstract:

The Roman site of La Almadrava (Setla-Mirarrosa-Miraflor) was occupated during the Roman period, especially between the I and III centuries a.D. Amphoras, bricks and common pottery were manufactured here. This paper presents the numismatic register found in its excavations.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La acuñación bilingüe de Kelse/Cel(sa) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Habis 35 (2004) p. 207-218

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La acuñación de 'Albinus y Hel(vius) Pollio II q(u) de Carthago Nova' (RPC 149-150) y su relación con la causa pompeyana / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Anales de Prehistoria y Arqueología 13-14 (1997-1998) p. 141-148

Abstract:

El presente artículo trata sobre una emisión local en bronce de Carthago Nova (RPC 149-150), realizada durante la guerra civil por los pompeyanos. Igualmente, se constata la continui-dad de la elite pompeyana después de la victoria cesariana

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Las acuñaciones romanas de Sexto Pompeyo en Hispania / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 181-182 (2000) p. 105-120

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Aulo Hircio en Hispania : los (falsos) datos de la numismática / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Hispania Antiqua 28 (2004) p. 7-23

Abstract:

Hircio, uno de los lugartenientes menos conocidos de César, no sólo es famoso por su dramático consulado en el año 43 a.C., sino por su copiosa emisión de áureos en el año 46 a.C. En este articulo se trata de dicha emisión de oro, así como de las fuentes que relacionan a Hircio con Hispania, tanto literarias como numismáticas.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La circulación monetaria romano-republicana de Hispania durante la segunda guerra civil según las ocultaciones de la época / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Numisma 254 (2010) p. 7-39

Abstract:

The purpose of this paper is to offer a brief look at some aspects of coin circulation in Hispania in the first century BC, specifically the early 40’s, during the war that confronted Caesar with Pompey and his sons, basing ourselves on the evidence of the deposits hidden during this period. We provide the list and the composition of the hoards from this era including those that have been assigned to this period but which are really not related. We analyze the circulation of the Roman coin, where the Iberian coin is purely residual. We also analyze the presence of military coin releases in the Peninsula, the relationship of the hoards to the movements of troops (as ascertained from the classical texts), the presence of embossed (incised) marks, and lastly, the bibliography used in this work.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Cn. Domicio Calvino y los Cerretanos / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Hispania Antiqua 35 (2011) p. 43-65

Abstract:

Not much is actually known about the war carried out by Domitius Calvinus against the cerretani. Known literary sources and numismatics are analyzed, as well as what is known about the cerretani themselves, since it has been discussed their location, as well as if it was this moment when this ethnic group was joined to the Roman empire or it was a revolt.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Una cuestión metodológica: la localización de las cecas en el periodo final de la República romana : el caso de RRC 477 = A methodologic subject localization of mints in the final period of Roman Republic : the case of RCC 477 / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Documenta & Instrumenta 2 (2004) p. 99-119

Abstract:

The present article analyzed the diverse theories that have been formulated about the localization of the mint of the monetary emission RRC 477, made by Sextus Pompeius in Hispania, probably in the year 44 B.C., in the mark of the civil conflict that whipped to the Roman Republic in its last years. It is a clear example of the difficulties in the interpretation of the available evidence to locate the possible mint/s in a predetermined place.

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

El denario de Cn. Domicio Calvino (RRC 532/1) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 43 (2013) p. 65-70

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Dos cecas de la Meseta : Clounioq y Toleto / por Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Boletín del Seminario de Estudios de Arte y Arqueología 8 (2002) p. 131-148

Abstract:

En el presente estudio se analizan dos cecas, Clounioq y Toleto, ubicadas en la Meseta, y cuyas emisiones se han sido consideradas efectuadas durante la guerra entre Pompeyo y César (49-44 sC.). Más bien, esta amonedación ha de situarse en la década de los años 30 aC.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Las dos primeras emisiones latinas de la ciudad de 'Calagurris' = The two first latin emissions of Calagurris / por / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Kalakorikos 17 (2012) p. 127-146

Abstract:

One of the most interesting topics on the history of Calahorra is the time when this city became a Roman municipium. A series of coins have been linked to this fact, that the communis opinio consider are holding this event would be carried out in the late Republican period, with Hispania under the control of C. Iulius Octavianus (cos. i 43 BC). To analyze this question, we believe rather than the municipalization of Calagurris occurred under Augustus.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La emisión de 'Bilbilis Italica' / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 44 (2014) p. 47-56

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La emisión denominada ‘Tipo Sacerdos’ / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 44 (2014) p. 149-157

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Emisiones de bronce pompeyanas de Hispania : su relación con otras amonedaciones del Mediterráneo Occidental / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 611-618

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Emisiones militares pompeyanas del año 49 a C. en Hispania / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Espacio, tiempo y forma. Serie II: Historia antigua 15 (2002) p. 167-180

Abstract:

This article describes the coins minted by the legates of Pompey the Great in Hispania during the year 49 B.C. (two emission of denarius, RRC 446-447). The different iconographical types of obverse and reverse, legends and mint of the coins are analyzed.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Una moneda con letrero en griego de Sagunto (RPC 485) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Arse 46 (2012) p. 171-180

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre amonedaciones en tiempos de guerra : el caso de Carteia / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 44 (2014) p. 93-108

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre el cuño de A. Hircio encontrado en Extremadura y otros cuños de época sertoriana / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 41 (2011) p. 97-113

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre la dificultad de leer una inscripción la leyenda monetal L. Ap. Dec. / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Hispania Antiqua 36 (2012) p. 67-85

Abstract:

It is very common to attribute different monetary emissions to a particular struggle or the interests of a particular person. Thus, in Spain it is common to find that this or that series was issued in Sertorian War (83-72 BC) or Civil War (49-44 BC). We present a series of bronze coins falsely attributed to this latest conflict, example of how a theory may remain unchanged over time.

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre la reciente aparición de dos piezas RRC 477/1b de Sexto Pompeyo acuñadas en Hispania / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 41-42 (2011-2012) p. 85-89

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre 'Salacia' y otras apreciaciones acerca de algunas cecas de la Hispania occidental / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Revista Portuguesa de Arqueologia 7 (2004) p. 243-264

Abstract:

The present article examines a series of coinages of the western Hispania of republican time (belonging to the mints of Baesuri, Brutobriga, Myrtilis, Salacia) that, for a reason or other, have being related with political and/or military events (Lusitanian war, Sertorian war, Civil war). Although this type of explanations is always attractive, they don’t seem generally to be correct. Foremost, these coinages satisfy peculiar factors of the own cities that are difficult to uncover.

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre testimonios tardíos del 'nomen Pompeius' en Hispania / Lui s Amela Valverde

Source:

Fortunatae 20 (2009) p. 9-16

Abstract:

The well-known 'nomen Pompeius' (in its various forms) continued to be used after the Fall of the Roman Empire, as both literary and epigraphic sources show. In this study we present a compilation of the known evidence as well as the interesting toponomastic information on this gentilic, which gave rise to the existence of a 'Terra Pompeiana'.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre una moneda gala tardía de la Galia meridional (RPC I 507) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 43 (2013) p. 49-52

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Sobre unos bronces massaliotas y su relación con Sexto Pompeyo / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 41-42 (2011-2012) p. 91-95

 

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Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Nuevas aportaciones al estudio de unas monedas de taller incierto / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Cuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología 20 (1993) p. 185-194

Abstract:

This arricie shows new archeological and numismatic data for thc analysis of sonie coins, whosc place of issue is unknown bccause of lack of a toponomic legend, but which can be assigned to the territory controlled by the city of Obidco. Finally, we present two inscriptions which serve as a link to sitúate the ancient inhabitants of the rural divisions in the center of the municipal society of Obulco.

 

Index:

Arias Ferrer, Laura 1980-

Title:

El barrio de artesanos de ‘Carthago Nova’ : moneda, arqueología e historia / por Laura Arias Ferrer y Alejandro Egea Vivancos

Source:

Actas [del] XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. – P. 435-454

Abstract:

In 2004/2005 important archaeological works were conducted on the western flank of the hill known as «Molinete» (Cartagena). Because of the peculiarities of the structures located, we believe that we have found the remains of one of the main craft-industry districts of the ancient Roman city. The significant number of coins gathered enables us to accurately specify more about the economy and history of this quarter. Such aspects as the rates of supply, the values and the duration of the coins in different contexts are some of the points addressed in this paper.

 

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Arias Ferrer, Laura 1980-

Title:

Un conjunto numismático de época bajoimperial procedente de la villa romana de 'Los Cipreses' (Jumilla, Murcia) / Laura Arias Ferrer, Juan Antonio Antolinos Marín, José Miguel Noguera Celdrán

Source:

Numisma 255 (2011) p. 77-109

Abstract:

A Late Empire coin hoard found in the villa 'Los Cipreses' (Jumilla, Murcia). The present work analyses a coin hoard composed of 52 bronze coins issued between 320 and 378 AD. Its importance lies in that it was found in a sealed environment, specifically an earthenware jar, where the coins were stored and eventually left behind after the abandonment and destruction of the villa’s pars urbana. The context the hoard was found in and its composition adds to the evidence of coin circulation in the 4th century AD; the question remains as to whether the assemblage was the result of premeditated hoarding or a measure of expediency.

 

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Arias Ferrer, Laura 1980-

Title:

Uso y circulación de la moneda durante el Altoimperio en el sureste peninsular / por Laura Arias Ferrer

Source:

Numisma 249 (2005) p. 83-120

Abstract:

It is of great interest to note how multiple aspects of the historical evolution of the Murcia Region can be ascertained through its coins. This material element allows us to establish the economic pulse of the territory and of its main city, Carthago Nova, the significance of the monetary phenomenon all through the earliest centuries of the Empire, the change of frequency in the use of the monetary values, and the long history of the coin in everyday exchanges.

 

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Arroyo Ilera, Rafael

Title:

Fuentes numismáticas : B. La moneda imperial romana / Rafael Arroyo Ilera

Source:

Arqueología del País Valenciano : panorama y perspectivas. - Alicante : Universidad de Alicante, 1985. - P. 323-336

 

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Babosa, João Paulo

Title:

Um duplo 'Antoninianus' do tesouro de Montalegre / João Paulo Babosa

Source:

Nummus 2a ser. 31-36 (2008-2013) p. 13-19

 

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Beltrán Fortes, José

Title:

L’origen del culte imperial a Hispània i el seu reflex en les emissions romano provincials / José Beltrán Fortes

Source:

Déus i mites de l'antiguitat : l'evidència de la moneda d'Hispània / Marta Campo ... [et al.]. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2012. - P. 78-83

 

Index:

Beltrán Fortes, José

Title:

L’origen del culte imperial a Hispània i el seu reflex en les emissions romano provincials / José Beltrán Fortes

Source:

Déus i mites de l'antiguitat : l'evidència de la moneda d'Hispània / Marta Campo ... [et al.]. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2012. - P. 78-83

 

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Bocciarelli, Dorian

Title:

Un deuxième atelier espagnol sous le principat de Galba / Bocciarelli (Dorian)

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 70 (2015) 7 (septembre) p. 179-185

 

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Blázquez Cerrato, María Cruces

Title:

Aproximación a la circulación monetaria en torno al 'Iter ab Emerita Asturicam' = An approach to coin circulation along the 'Iter ab Emérita Asturicam' / Cruces Blázquez Cerrato

Source:

Zephyrus 51 (1998) p. 195-218

Abstract:

This text is an analysis about the coins circulating in the iter ab Emérita Asturicam area with the object of knowing the economic and social position in the Hispanic Western area. We have tried to confirm if that route would be able to articulate an territory, without minting, operating with imported coin. We present a panoramic study about very different territories linked by a route whose impact must have been vital.

 

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Blázquez Cerrato, María Cruces

Title:

Huellas militares numismáticas en el Occidente peninsular / Cruces Blázquez Cerrato

Source:

La guerre et ses traces : conflits et sociétés en Hispanie à l'époque de la conquête romaine (IIIe-Ier s. a.C.) / textes réunis par François Cadiou & Milagros Navarro Caballero. - Bordeaux : Ausonius, 2014. - (Mémoires ; 37). - P. 415-428

 

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Blázquez Cerrato, María Cruces

Title:

La presencia de moneda en la Baeturia : nuevas perspectivas / Cruces Blázquez Cerrato

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 481-486

 

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Blázquez Cerrato, María Cruces

Title:

La presencia de moneda en la provincia de Zamora : análisis del poblamiento a través del documento monetal = Presence of coin in the Zamora province : an analysis of the settlements through coin evidences / Cruces Blázquez Cerrato

Source:

Zephyrus 57 (2004) p. 319-366

Abstract:

I pressent a data collection and a brief observation on the coin finds in the Zamora province. I offer a first and general approach of coin scene in an area inhabited by various people whose economic uses result in the presence or absence of ancient coins.

 

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Bravo Jiménez, Salvador

Title:

Un conjunto de antoninianos de la necrópolis romana de Algeciras (Cádiz) / por Salvador Bravo Jiménez ... [et al.]

Source:

Actas [del] XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 583-604

Abstract:

During the archaeological work conducted on the Marina de Algeciras Avenue (Cadiz), a finding was made, associated with a burial, of a set of bronze coins dating from the third century. We analyze the coins and the context of this discovery.

 

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Campo, Marta

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en la necrópolis Meridional-CRV de 'Emporiae' (ss. I-II d.C.) / Marta Campo ... [et al.]

Source:

Numisma 258 (2014) p. 61-93

Abstract:

Work on the footings of the new Visitors' Centre at Ampurias brought to light a previously unknown burial area.  This southern necropolis has furnished fresh evidence for the use of coins in burials from the Roman city of Emporiae during the early empire. Some 53 tombs were found, the majority of which date to the 2nd century AD, a period when funerary goods were either minimal or (in not a few cases) wholly absent.  Thirteen of the burials were cremations; coins were present in five of them.  The remaining forty were inhumations, of which just nine provided coins.

 

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Campo, Marta

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en niveles de abandono de la Ínsula 30 de la ciudad romana de Emporiae (fines del siglo III) / Marta Campo ... [et al.]

Source:

Numisma 259 (2015) p. 93-143

Abstract:

Coin findings at abandonment levels of Insula 30 in the Roman city of Emporiae (end of 3 rd century) We analyze 244 coins unearthed in the strata that record the last stages of occupation and abandon-ment of Insula 30 in the Roman city of Emporiae. In this Insula we can distinguish between a sector occupied by the public baths and an area of tabernae, the destruction and abandonment of which is thought to date to the last quarter of the 3rd century. The composition of this important assemblage of coins reveals the nature of the coin mass used by the inhabitants of Emporiae in the city's final phases, which were marked by a serious deficiency in the replenishment of cash coinage.

 

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Canto García, Alberto

Title:

Sobre un hallazgo de denarios en Almadenejos (Ciudad Real) / Alberto Canto García

Source:

Oretum 3 (1987) p. 293-317

 

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Canto García, Alberto

Title:

El tesoro de 'aurei' de Constantina (Sevilla) de 1818 = The coin-hoard of 'aurei' from Constantina (Seville) of 1818 / Alberto Canto García, Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Documenta & Instrumenta 6 (2008) p. 165-17

Abstract:

A review of the document from the Antonio Delgado archive, gives us new information about a 19th hoard found in Constantina (Seville). Some of them were incorporated in the Lorichs’ collection in 1823.

 

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Carrilero Millán, Manuel

Title:

Estudio preliminar de un conjunto de denarios de Castro del Río (Córdoba) / Manuel Carrilero Millán y María Juana López Medina

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 681-689

 

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Cavada Nieto, María Milagros

Title:

Numismática romana en el Museo Provincial de Lugo / Milagros Cavada Nieto

Source:

Boletín do Museo Provincial de Lugo 12 (2005) 1 p. 41-70

Abstract:

A los problemas que plantea la ciudad de Lucus Augusti, de manera especial en sus orígenes, no es ajena la numismática, por lo cual, en este trabajo, pretendemos dar a conocer los hallazgos que tanto en ella como en su provincia se produjeron. La visión que quisimos darle está orientada para que todos aquellos, investigadores o no, que amantes de su tierra y de su historia, puedan conocer un poco más sobre ella.

 

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Cebreiro Ares, Francisco 1990-

Title:

La emisión de sestercios del Noroeste a la luz de un nuevo hallazgo / Francisco Cebreiro Ares

Source:

Saguntvm 44 (2012) p. 203-206

 

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Cebreiro Ares, Francisco 1990-

Title:

La singularidad de una pieza de la 'caetra' con contramarca DD = The singularity of a ‘caetra’ coin with DD countermark / Francisco Cebreiro Ares

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jime énez Di íez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 377-399

Abstract:

The aim of this paper is to contribute to the study of the group of pieces commonly known in Spanish as 'caetra coins', because of the small, circular shield represented on them. The numerous studies on this issue are well known, but there are still many questions surrounding this enigmatic coin. A review of the bibliography shows that one of the least broached topics is their countermarking, owing to the fact that the phenomenon of countermarking is quantitatively scarce. Of the ten known countermarked specimens, eight show the countermark of the eagle’s head (Guadán XXVIII), one has a circle divided into four parts (Guadán XLV) and the other has a D (Guadán LVIII). Within this context, a specimen that recently appeared in the auction of the Classical Numismatic Group, Inc. is highly relevant. An as, of the type that Villaronga type 3, has the countermark DD (Guadan XXII) on the neck. This singularity poses a series of questions regarding both the countermark itself and the circulation of la 'caetra' coins.

 

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Cebrián Sánchez, Miguel Ángel

Title:

Estudio de los paralelos iconográficos en las emisiones monetales de la Córdoba romana / Miguel Ángel Cebrián Sánchez

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Ser. II. Historia antigua 12 (1999) p. 273-289

Summary:

This work seeks to carry out a comparative study about the monetary images which were coined in ttie numismatic issues of the Román Córdoba. The rest Spanish and extrapeninsular royal mints that shave types with Colonia Patricia Corduba are the ideal iconographic reference in order to understand the meaning of these coins that seems to be related to the politic currents of the death ratties of the Román Republic and of the beginning of Augusteam princedom.

 

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Cebrián Sánchez, Miguel Ángel

Title:

Estudio sobre la metrología de la ceca romana de Augusta Emerita / Miguel Ángel Cebrián Sánchez

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 79 (2006) p. 51-68

Summary:

Metrology analysis of the Roman currency in Augusta Emerita has allowed to distinguish two different metrological patterns. The former is a Roman imperial; the latter is a Hispanic one, this being used until the end of the Augustan reign. From B.C. 2 on, and throughout the Tiberian reign, coinage is only carried out following the imperial pattern. This happens at a time of high coinage production in Augusta Emerita, which might probably explain the city’s urban development and embellishment heyday.

 

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Cebrián Sánchez, Miguel Ángel

Title:

La iconografía de las monedas en Colonia Emerita Augusta / Miguel Ángel Cebrián Sánchez

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 835-837

 

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Centeno, Rui Manuel Sobral

Title:

A circulação dos Divo Claudio na Península Ibérica : notas sobre um tesouro do Concelho de Amarante / Rui M.S. Centeno

Source:

Portugália. Nova sér. 1-2 (1981-1982) p. 121-129, pls. 1-3

 

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Centeno, Rui Manuel Sobral

Title:

Da República ao Império : reflexões sobre a monetização no ocidente da Hispânia = From the Republic to the Empire reflections on monetization in Western Hispania / Rui M.S. Centeno

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 355-367

Abstract:

Based on the study of hoards of coins and other silver or gold objects recorded in western Hispania, and on other archaeological records, it is the aim of this paper to demonstrate that monetization was a gradual process which accompanied the progression of Roman dominion in this territory. To this end, an overview of the current state of research into Roman military camps in this area until the beginning of the Empire will be presented. There is every indication that alongside the normal use of coins restricted to the Roman army and to highly Romanised areas, there was almost certainly a period of transition in this process, possibly between the 2nd century BC and the beginnings of the Empire, during which most of the local inhabitants used a currency in the form of small metal ingots which could be broken up into different values for exchange operations. The chronology of the different hoards that have been inventoried – the older ones being found in the southern regions and the more recent ones in the north – also suggests that this process of monetization of the western strip of Hispania followed the gradual conquest of the territory by the Roman army. The existence of hoards made up of a) broken up coins+objects or b) of intact coins+broken up objects would seem to indicate that the process of monetization went through two stages, possibly with different chronologies – which would reflect a pre-monetary period in which the deposits were entirely made up of objects and ingots (whole or broken up) of silver and/or gold. This situation is well documented in the northwest of the peninsula by many finds traditionally interpreted as jewellers’ deposits, including fragments of ancient jewels which were hidden at a much later date, perhaps during the 1st century BC. This study also maintains that the use of metal objects as a means of exchange was not limited to silver or gold since archaeological studies have shown that small ingots of bronze were also used (e.g. in Citânia de Sanfins, in the district of Porto) following the Roman metrological system with marks for their division into smaller parts – in exchange operations at least in the north-western area, until the beginning of the Empire. Indeed, with regard to the persistent use during this period of silver weighed out as money, the Cortinhas (Vila Real) hoard, which included a fragment of a silver Torque and a Tiberius Denarius, could also point to this practice. In brief, with the progressive advance of territorial conquests by Rome, a continuous mutation occurred in traditional exchange practices used by the native populations. From an initial phase, in which the coin was considered as a small metal ingot, just like any other metal object, a second phase appeared in which coins were seen as such, but pre-monetary practices also continued, to a final stage of full use of coins during the 1st century, which, however, did not lead to the total disappearance of pre-monetary practices. Finally, it was made clear that this long process naturally did not happen simultaneously in the whole territory, as it happened gradually, following the rhythm of Roman military operations towards the north, between the 2nd century BC and the dawning of the Empire.

 

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Centeno, Rui Manuel Sobral

Title:

Novos dados sobre o tesouro do Monte do Senhor dos Perdidos (Penacova, Felgueiras) / Rui M. S. Centeno, J. M. Mendes Pinto

Source:

Portugália. Nova sér. 25 (2004) p. 133-140

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

Andelo : los hallazgos monetarios / Juan José Cepeda Ocampo

Source:

Trabajos de Arqueología Navarra 21 (2009) p. 273-285

Abstract:

Catalogue of 147 ancient coins found in the roman city of Andelo (Navarra, Spain). They range in date from the second century BC to the late fourth AD.

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

A propósito de las acuñaciones del usurpador Máximo en Barcino (411) / por Juan José Cepeda Ocampo

Source:

Numisma 244 (enero-diciembre 2000) p. 43-51

Abstract:

The existence of a mint in the city of Barcino during the brief usurpation of power by Maximus has become a focus of attention during recent years, as witnessed by the publication of an ev er increasing number of coins struck in his name. In this article, the author ex plains the historical content in which these coins were issued, id entifies the denominations struck, and looks for an ex planation regarding the different types of reverse dies which were used.

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

El castro de Viladonga (Lugo) : los depósitos monetarios / por Juan José Cepeda Ocampo

Source:

Numisma 236 (enero-diciembre 1995) p. 29-63

Abstract:

In this paper I present the catalogue and numismatic study of six aes hoards and two solidi found at the late Roman site of Viladonga (Lugo, Northwestern Spain). Like many other hoards recovered in the region -ancient Gallaecia- they must be situated in the first half of fifth century when this part of Hispania was seriously disrupted by Suevic settlement. I discuss briefly the chronological problems for placing in this century aes hoards which end frequently with coins of Theodosius. The explanation would appear to lie in the cessation of large scale supplies in the 390's while new minted solidi were still reaching the region in the years 408-409. Finally a resumed list is added with fourth and fifth century finds in places roughly identifiable with the castella cited in Hidatius' Chronica.

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

La circulación monetaria en la Cantabria romana : de la conquista al siglo III / Juan José Cepeda

Source:

Regio cantabrorum / ed. José Manuel Iglesias, Juan Antonio Muñiz. - Santander : Caja Cantabria, 1999. - P. 259-268

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

La circulación monetaria romana en el País Vasco : (monetary circulation in the Roman period in the Basque country) / Juan José Cepeda Ocampo

Source:

Isturitz 8 (1997) p. 259-302

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

'Maiorina Gloria Romanorum' : monedas, tesoros y áreas de circulación en Hispania en el tránsito del siglo IV al siglo V / Juan José Cepeda

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 73 (2000) p. 161-192

Abstract:

Coin Hoards closed with the last issues in the name of Theodosius and his sons stand out as one of the most important numismatic horizons of ancient Hispania. It comprises a large group of aes hoards and a non negligible list of solidi treasures with coins of Arcadius and Honorius, marking the moment at which the Roman currency in Hispania was disrupted, in the early 5th century. In this paper I focus on the study of one of the most common type of hoard: that which preferably includes maiorinae -the so called AE 2 - minted before the year 395. The distribution pattern of these coins leads to the problem of the existence of an economic fragmentation of the Iberian peninsula at that time. The paper also explores the likely channels followed in the coin supply.

 

Index:

Cepeda Oscampo, Juan José

Title:

Las monedas / Juan José Cepeda

Source:

La villa romana de Arellano / María Ángeles Mezquíriz Irujo. - Pamplona : Institución Príncipe de Viana, 2003. - P. 285-297

Abstract:

Report on 123 Roman coins found at the roman villa of Arellano (Navarra, Spain), ranging from Tiberius to the late fourth century. Coin finds belong to two different phases in the use of the complex, separated by a destruction layer dated in the last quarter of the third century.

 

Index:

Cepeda Ocampo, Juan José

Title:

Tesoros monetarios de la segunda mitad del siglo III : Valsadornín, 1937. Porto Carro, 1974 / Juan José Cepeda

Source:

X Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Albacete 1998 : actas. - Madrid : Museo Casa de la Moneda, 2002. - P. 411-423

Abstract:

Report on two third century hoards found in Hispania, closed ca. AD.269 and 300. The paper focuses on the study of monetary background and the identification of the phases followed in their composition.

 

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Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Aspectos de la circulación monetaria de dos cuencas mineras andaluzas : Riotinto y Cástulo (Sierra Morena) / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 18-19 (1987-1988) p. 613-637

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

El conjunto monetario de Cortijo Chirino, Écija (Sevilla) / por F. Chaves Tristán, G. Chic García, R. Gil Fernández

Source:

SPAL 9 (2000) p. 465-476

 

Index:      

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Elementos numismáticos de índole griega en la Península Ibérica / F. Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 22 (1991) p. 27-48

Abstract:

Se ha tratado de sistematizar los datos que se desprenden del material numismático de índole griega, tanto el hallado como el emitido en la Península, datos que generalmente están inconexos y aislados. Se plantean unas vías metodológicas que abren la posibilidad de profundizar en una serie de estudios que clarifiquen con mayor rigor el conocimiento de la influencia, o en su caso, la limitación de la influencia griega en Hispania, siempre teniendo en cuenta momentos cronológicos y áreas geográficas. Se recoge el estado de la cuestión y se acompaña de una bibliografía que haga más útil la sistematización.

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Las monedas de la 'Casa del Planetario' (Itálica) / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 5 (1974) p. 205-211, pl. 25-26

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Las monedas de la casa italicense del mosaico de Venus / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 7 (1976) p. 339-342

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Monedas halladas en la 'Casa de las Columnas' de Itálica (Sevilla) / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 14 (1983) p. 245-266

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Monedas halladas en la excavación de unas cisternas italicenses / F. Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 9 (1978) p. 465-469

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Los monumentos en la moneda hispanorromana / Francisca Chaves Tristán ... [et al.]

Source:

Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 29 (2000) p. 289-317

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Nuevos datos sobre el conjunto monetal de la Casa del Planetario (Itálica) / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Habis 6 (1975) p. 349-356

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Paisaje urbano en los ss. I a.C.- I d.C. y la emisión de la moneda local : el caso de Gades / F. Chaves Tristán ... [et al.]

Source:

Ciudades privilegiadas en el occidente romano / ed. Julian Gonzalez. - Sevilla : Diputation de Sevilla : Universidad de Sevilla, cop. 1999. - P. 87-99

 

Index:        

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Programas urbanos, ciudad y amonedación en el Occidente romano / Francisca Chaves ... [et al.]

Source:

XII. Internationaler Numismatischer Kongress Berlin 1997 : Akten = proceedings = actes / hrsg. von Bernd Kluge und Bernhard Weisser. - Berlin : Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, 2000. – P. 664-666

 

Index:

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Reflexiones entorno al área comercial de Gades : estudio numismático y económico / F. Chaves Tristán,  E. García Vargas

Source:

Gerión 3 (1991) p. 139-168

 

Index:

Compaña Prieto, José Manuel

Title:

Nuevo denario de las Guerras Civiles (68-69 d.C.) / José Manuel Compaña Prieto, Íñigo Orea Bobo y Manuel Pina Lafuente

Source:

Actas [del] XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 473-483 

Abstract:

In this work we study part of a hoard of roman denarii found about twenty years ago in Portugal, now in a Spanish collection. This part consists of ten denarii dating from the Roman Republic to the reign of Galba. The study of these ten coins, as well as the remaining coins known from the records of the find, enable the hoard to be dated sometime during Vespasian’s reign. In addition, it was noticed there was one piece that was not included in any previous consulted work. This denarius seems to have been minted by Galba, possibly in Hispania, at the beginning of his revolt against Nero.

 

Index:

Cores, Gonzalo

Title:

Una ristra de monedas de ‘Italica’ / Gonzalo Cores, Manuel Gozalbes y Pere Pau Ripollés

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 28 (2010) p. 359-366

Abstract:

This paper deals with a piece of metal, which joins together three coins, struck in Italica during the reign of Tiberius (RPC 65). The three coins are each joined by a smaller strip of metal. It is a second extremely rare document for coining methods, showing that, in this case, the blanks were melted down in a mould, joined by a short channel, and were then struck before being separated.

 

Index:

Corrales Aguilar, Pilar

Title:

Notas sobre Alameda (Málaga) en época romana / Pilar Corrales Aguilar y Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Mainake 34 (2013) p. 55-75

Abstract:

Alameda is a village located in a region that was highly populated during Antiquity. We have spotted the construction of a series of probably public buildings, from the beginning of the 1st Century AD, which were distributed on the terraces of the eastern slopes of the Hill of the Camorra: the remains of the upper terrace would correspond to a hot springs, although the intermediate and lower ones belong to other type of building. The study of these structures is completed by numismatist findings, both from the excavations of the Roman baths and from other places in Alameda and its surroundings, among which a set of coin-shaped lead tokens stands out.

 

Index:

Corzo Pérez, Sebastián

Title:

La ceca romana de Lacipo : análisis y nuevo hallazgo / Sebastián Corzo Pérez

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 499-502

 

Index:

Dobson, Mike

Title:

Coinage from the Roman Republican camps at Numantia and Renieblas (Prov. Soria), with a discussion of some recently found unpublished coins and the dating of Lager V at Renieblas / Mike Dobson, Fernando Morales

Source:

Madrider Mitteilungen 51 p. 323-347

 

Index:

Dobson, Mike

Title:

Monedas inéditas de los campamentos romanos republicanos de Numancia y Renieblas: consideraciones cronológicas / por Mike Dobson, Fernando Morales

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 81 (2008) p. 213–228

 

Index:

Dominguez Arranz, María Almudena

Title:

Caesaraugusta a la luz de los últimos descubrimientos numismáticos : consideraciones en torno al áureo de Mars Ultor / por Almudena Domínguez Arranz y Alberto Aguilera Hernández

Source:

Actas : XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 455-472 

 

Index:

Dominguez Arranz, María Almudena

Title:

Los estudios de numismática aragonesa en la Antigüedad : una aproximación bibliográfica / por Almudena Domínguez Arranz

Source:

Numisma 56 (2006) (diciembre) p. 449-475

Abstract:

After an exhaustive bibliographical review, the author concludes that in the last 25 years remarkable progress has been made in the field of the identification and portrayal of the indigenous mints that were set up in Aragonese territory. Advances have also been made in the knowledge of the minting policies of the Julius-Claudius emperors and the civic magistratures through the releases issued by the cities included within the scope of the study. In recent years special attention is being paid to studies of coin characteroscopy and metallography, and this is assisting in establishing the volume of the different coin issues and in determining the manufacturing processes.

 

Index:

Dominguez Arranz, María Almudena

Title:

La expresión del sacerdocio en las monedas cívicas de Hispania : el poder de las imágenes / Almudena Domínguez Arranz

Source:

Anejos del Archivo Español de Arqueología 33 (2004) p 165-183

Abstract:

The ceremonial tools (simpulum, galerus, aspergillum, secespita, securis, lituus, patera and jar ) representing the main Roman priests collegia are mostly coined at reverses, scarcely at obverses. They give us information that can be sumed up to that of other monetal images and inscriptions. Actions associated to these tools (bankets, divinatory ceremonies, 'lustrationes'), showed protection of gods to their actions, either theywere public as private. Withinmonetal iconography, they draw attention to ideas that, due to natural spread of currency, they disseminated in their own benefit. Romans mastered use of symbolic objects as a means to express ideas that, in this case, were attached to sacred offices seized and embedded in their cursus honorum. In this case they were priestly actions of self-propaganda and flattery to emperors whereby they made public their outstanding virtues as well as deference enjoyed from gods.

 

Index:

Escrivà Torres, Vicent

Title:

Llíria III : un gran tesoro de comienzos del siglo III / Vicent Escrivà Torres, Xavier Vidal Ferrús, / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Tesoros monetarios de Valencia y su entorno / ed.: Albert Ribera i Lacomba, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre ; autores: Llorenc Alapont ... [et al.]. - Valencia : Ajuntament de Valencia, 2005. - (Grandes temas arqueologicos ; 4). - P. 95-113

 

Index:

Estrada García, Rogelio

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios del taller de 'Calagurris' en Asturias : nuevas evidencias sobre el proceso de implantación de Roma al norte de la Cordillera Cantábrica / Rogelio Estrada García, Fernando Gil Sendino, Juan R. Muñiz Alvarez

Source:

Kalakorikos 14 (2009) p. 159-172

 

Index:

Estrada Garriga, José

Title:

La 'Lauro' monetal y el hallazgo de Cànoves (Barcelona) / por José Estrada y Leandro Villaronga

Source:

Ampúrias 29 (1967) p. 135-194

 

Index:

Faria, António Marques de

Title:

Emissões monetárias, 'Imperatoria Salacia' e 'Caesaraugusta' : algumas questões historiográficas / António Marques de Faria

Source:

Vipasca 5 (1996) p. 117-119

 

Index:

Faria, António Marques de

Title:

Nomes de magistrados em moedas hispânicas / António Marques de Faria

Source:

Portugalia nova sér. 15 (1994) p. 33-60

 

Index:

García-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

The coinage supply to the army during the Cantabrian Wars (Hispania, 27-19 BC) / María Paz García-Bellido

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 979-986

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

From 'imperatores' to 'imperator' : the beginning of the Augustan 'military' coinage in Hispania (27-15 BC) / M.a Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Del imperium de Pompeyo a la auctoritas de Augusto : homenaje a Michael Grant / María Paz García-Bellido, Antonio Mostalac, Alicia Jiménez (eds.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2008. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 47). - P. 279-294

Abstract:

This paper studies the monetary reforms that Augustus introduced into the process of the coin supply to the Roman army during the Cantabrian wars, reforms which continued in effect during the campaigns in Germania, with payment being made in bronze in the camps, whereas silver was reserved for payments at the end of campaigns and for the military box that went out with the troops to other provinces. In Spain, Caesaraugusta became the seat of the procuratores Augusti and took on an important role in the centralization of the supply to the military. Silver was only struck in the colonies 'Emerita', 'Celsa' and 'Patricia', but the bronze coinage all departed from the mints of the 'conventus Caesaraugustanus'.

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

La historia de la colonia Lepida-Celsa según sus documentos numismáticos : su ceca imperial / por M.a Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 76 (2003) p. 273-290

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

New coins of pre- and denarial system minted outside Italy / Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. Vol. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : [International Numismatic Commission], 2011. – P. 676-681, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Punic iconography on the Roman denarii of M. Praetorius Cestianus / M. Paz García-Bellido

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 1 (1989) p. 37-49, pl. 4-6

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Roma y los sistemas monetarios provinciales : monedas romanas acuñadas en Hispania en la segunda guerra púnica = Rome and the provincial monetary sistems [i.e. systems] : Roman coins minted in Hispania during the Second Punic War / Ma. Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Zephyrus 53-54 (2000-2001) p. 551-577

 

Index:

García Espinosa, Desireé

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en la Cova de les Meravelles (Gandia) / Desireé García Espinosa

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 25 (2004) p. 359-372

 

Index:

García Riaza, Enrique

Title:

La financiacio ón de los eje ércitos en e época romano-republicana / Enrique García Riaza

Source:

Moneda i exèrcits : III curs d'història monetària d'Hispània / [autors Eduard Carbonell ... et al.]. - Barcelona : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 1999. - P. 39-58

 

Index:

Gárzon Blanco, José Antonio

Title:

Los tipos monetarios relacionados con la Domus Imperial en Adriano y Antonino Pío / José Antonio Garzón Blanco

Source:

Lucentum 9-10 (1990-1991) p. 123-132

 

Index:

Gil Fernández, Raquel 

Title:

Estudio de un grupo de monedas procedentes de los yacimientos romanos de Los Paseíllos, La Herradora, Las Campiñuelas y los Torijelos / Raquel Gil Fernández

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie II Historia Anitigua 9 (1998) p. 333-404

 

Index:

Giral, Francesc

Title:

Monedes d’imitació de Claudi I al Museu Arqueològic de les Borges Blanques / Francesc Giral

Source:

Revista d'Arqueologia de Ponent 16-17 (2006-2007) p. 203-210

Summary:

The present article analyzes a series of Claudius I imitation coins located in the Borges Blanques archaeological museum. The results of this study are compared with other sets of these pieces analyzed in the peninsula.

 

Index:

Gómez Barreiro, Marta

Title:

La dispersión de las monedas de Caesaraugusta / Marta Gómez Barreiro

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 853-861

 

Index:

Gómez Barreiro, Marta

Title:

Moneda romana y establecimientos militares durante las guerras cántabras y el siglo I d.C. : el registro estratigráfico de Herrera de Pisuerga (Palencia) / Marta Gómez Barreiro y Angel Morillo Cerdán

Source:

Estudios de Prehistoria y Arqueología 8 (2008) p. 139-152

 

Index:

Gómez Barreiro, Marta

Title:

El papel de la colonia de Caesarugusta en el contexto imperial augústeo : el testimonio histórico de la numismática / por Marta Gómez Barreiro

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 76 (2003) p. 291-307

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

La acuñación de Oro en la Antigüedad / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 169 (junio 2008) p. 3-22

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Arse-Saguntum : la difusión de su moneda / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Actas : IX Congreso Nacional de Numismática / [Alejandro Ramos Molina ... et al.]. - Elche : Ayuntamiento de Elche, 1994. - P. 1938

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Cities, 'drachmae', 'denarii' and the Roman conquest of Hispania / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

The city and the coin in the ancient and early medieval worlds / ed. by Fernando López Sánchez. - Oxford : Archaeopress, 2012. - P. 17-35

Abstract:

This paper deals with the role played in the Iberian Peninsula by silver coins between the third and first centuries BC, in close connection with the Roman conquest. The Second Punic War resulted in the entry into circulation of a significant range of coins of different cultures and mints. The subsequent withdrawal of this coinage led to the establishment in Hispania of a homogeneous monetary mass based on Roman and ‘Iberian’ denarii during the second century BC. Classical sources provide little help in numismatic terms, and therefore the coins themselves are the only evidence available to establish the origins, function and use of these local series. Among the subjects to discuss are the different chronology of the mints, their varied output, the supply of metal, the evolution of weights and the authorities involved in this process. In addition, the circulation of the ‘Iberian denarii’ supports the idea that, in certain places and periods, these local issues were also the only currency available to the Romans.

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Los hallazgos monetarios / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Al pie de la Via Augusta : el yacimiento romano de Faldetes (Moixent, València) / Pablo García Borja, David López Serrano y José Luís Jiménez Salvador (ed. cientifícos) . - Madrid : Enaga ás Acuamed, 2012. - P. 55-58

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Los hallazgos monetarios del Grau Vell (Sagunt, València) / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Series:

Estudis Numismàtics Valencians ; no 10

Published:

València : Generalitat Valenciana, Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Ciència, 1999

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Los hallazgos numismáticos de una necrópolis de Valentia (C/ Virgen de la Misericordia) / Manuel Gonzalbes

Source:

Anales de Arqueología Cordobesa 8 (1997) p. 197-212

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Potentados y menesterosos : las monedas imperiales en el territorio saguntino / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Opulentissima Saguntum / [coordanidor del catálogo: Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre]. - Sagunto : Fundación Bancaja, [2004]. - P. 59-81

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesorillo republicano de Castilblanques (Cortes de Pallás, Valencia) / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 24 (2001) p. 351-355

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesoro de Almenara / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Annals de l'Institut d'Estudis Gironins 36 (1996-1997) p. 599-621

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesoro de antoninianos de Almenara (Castellón) : las invasiones de francos y el Imperio Galomore

Source:

Tesoros monetarios de Valencia y su entorno / ed.: Albert Ribera i Lacomba, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre ; autores: Llorenc Alapont ... [et al.]. - Valencia : Ajuntament de Valencia, 2005. - (Grandes temas arqueologicos ; 4). - P. 125-139

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesoro de denarios imperiales de Llíria III (Valencia) / M. Gozalbes … [et al.]

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 691-696

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesoro de Jalance / Manuel Gozalbes, Carlos Escrivá

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 25 (1995) p. 35-46

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El tesoro del Mas d'Aragó (Cervera del Maestre, Castellón) y la década del 260 dC / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Paencia

Source:

Quaderns de Prehistòria i Arqueologia de Castelló 17 (1996) p. 383-404

 

Index:

Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

El uso de la moneda romana en Saitabi/Saetabis / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Prehistoria, arqueología y antigüedad / Valentín Villaverde Bonilla, José Pérez Ballester, Antonio Carlos Ledo Caballero (coord.). - [Xàtiva] : Ajuntament de Xàtiva ; [Valencia] : Universitat de València, Facultat de Geografia i Història, 2008. - P. 369-375 

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

La corona cívica en la moneda provincial de la 'Hispania' romana = The civic wreath in the provincial coinage of the Roman 'Hispania' / Helena Gozalbes García

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Ser. II: Historia Antigua 28 (2015) p. 75-96

Abstract:

This paper aims to realize a complete iconological study of civic wreath’s image exhibited in the monetary pieces coined by the mints of Hispania during the Roman imperial times. For this purpose, we present an exhaustive survey of the various genealogical strata and the most immediate parallels of these representations. Furthermore, this geo-synchronous and symbolic overhaul that we propose also includes a thorough interpretation of the various meanings collected in the mentioned images, comprising a detailed description of the different and analogues messages that may be present.

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios del siglo III d. C. en ‘Baelo Claudia’ = Finds of coins and the circulation of money in ‘Baelo Claudia’ the 3rd century AD / Helena Gozalbes García

Source:

Al Qantir 16 (2014) p. 112-125

Abstract:

The present study has allowed the outline of a general approach to currency circulation and supply during the 3rd century A.D. in the Roman city of ‘Baelo Claudia’. The starting point of our investigation was the consideration of a particular phase, from both the archeological point of view, and also from the consideration of numismatic theory. It coincides with the stimulus of several monetary reforms, with the emergence, development and disappearance of new values and with the impact of successive inflationary crises. But it also corresponds with the years of significant transformations in the heart of the city.

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

Iconografía monetaria en las colonias romanas de 'Hispania' : ¿aspiraciones locales o expresión del poder romano-central? / Helena Gozalbes García

Source:

Poder central y poder local : dos realidades paralelas en la órbita política romana / Gonzalo Bravo, Raúl González Salinero (editores). - Madrid ; Salamanca : Signifer Libros, 2015. - (Signifer ; 45). - P. 285-311

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

La imagen de Cayo Octavio en las amonedaciones hispanas / Helena Gozalbes García

Source:

Crisis en Roma y soluciones desde el poder / Gonzalo Bravo, Raúl González Salinero (editores). - Madrid ; Salamanca : Signifer Libros, 2016. - (Signifer ; 47). - P. 337-356

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

Las monedas de Segobriga y Ercavica : un estudio desde la iconografía monetaria / Helena Gozalbes García

Source:

Cuenca : la historia en sus monedas / coordinadores, Enrique Gozalbes Cravioto, Juan Antonio Hernández Rubio, José Antonio Almonacid. - Cuenca : Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2014. - (Colección Humanidades ; no.126). – P. 129-157

 

Index:

González, Federico

Title:

Variante inédita de un denario de CN Cornelius Sisena / Federico González

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 156 (marzo 2006) p. 17-20

 

Index:

Gurt Esparraguera, José María 1951-

Title:

Las monedas de Claudio I halladas en Clunia / José M.a Gurt Esparraguera

Source:

Pyrenae 11 (1975) p. 109-125, pl. 1-8

 

Index:

Hill, George Francis 1867-1948

Title:

Coins from the neighbourhood of a Roman mine in southern Spain / by G.F. Hill and H.W. Sandars

Source:

Journal of Roman Studies 1 (1911) p. 100-106, pl. 14

 

Index:

Hoz Montoya, Joaquín de la

Title:

Circulación monetaria romana en la Cuenca Minera de Riotinto / Joaquín de la Hoz Montoya

Source:

Río Tinto : historia, patrimonio minero y turismo cultural / Juan Aurelio Pérez Macías ... [et al.] (eds.). - [Huelva] : Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad de Huelva, 2011. - (Collectanea ; 156). - P. 143-170

Abstract:

This paper offers a preliminary model of monetary circulation in Riotinto, combining deductive arguments, historical sources on the Iberian Pyrite Belt, a comparative approach to Dacia and Mons Claudianus, and the analysis of coin finds. The model tries to explain how could money –not just coins– move as investment to obtain mine concessions, to get them up and running and to pay the running costs. Only the last chapter, specially wage payments, could bring to the mining district the small change needed to support the daily live of its inhabitans. Bridging the gap between the sums of money moved in the great  investments and the small change needed to pay the wages was a structural problem managed by the Fiscus, that guaranteed that the great investments involved some degree of cash input, simplified monetary transactions in the district, and took the task of the physical supply of small change. Credit, scriptural transactions, cash services and collective organization made monetary transactions easier in all levels. The idea of a closed monetary circulation in the great imperial mines must be revised.

 

Index:

Huffstot, John Stewart

Title:

Votive (?) use of coins in fourth-century Lusitania : the builders' deposit in the Torre de Palma basilica / John S. Huffstot

Source:

Revista Portuguesa de Arqueologia 1 (1998) 1 p. 221-226

 

Index:

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

La difusión de la moneda de la colonia Victrix Iulia Lepida-Celsa / Tomás Hurtado Mullor

Source:

III Jornadas de Estudios sobre Aragón en el umbral del siglo XXI : Caspe, 15-17 de diciembre de 2000, - Zaragoza: Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad de Zaragoza, 2001. - P. 593-628

 

Index:

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

La función de las contramarcas locales aplicadas en la moneda hispánica / Tomás Hurtado Mullor

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 867-876

 

Index:      

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en el yacimiento de La Mezquita (La Vall d´Uixó, Castellón) / Tomás Hurtado Mullor, Isabel Moraño Poblador, José Mª García Fuertes

Source:

XIV Congreso Nacional de Numismática : ars metallica, monedas y medallas : Nules-Valencia, 25-27 de octubre de 2010 / ed. por Julio Torres. - Madrid : [s.n.], 2011. - P. 761-777

Abstract:

This paper presents the numismatic material found at the Roman archaeological site of La Mezquita, located in the municipal area of La Vall d’Uixó (Castellón) Spain. The above-mentioned site, partially excavated, can be dated in a preliminary fashion as falling between the Imperial and the Visigothic eras. In spite of its poor state of preservation, it has allowed us to verify the remains of structures belonging to areas of production and transformation. The coins presented are eleven pieces that span a long timeline and which show the development of the site and its environment whilst at the same time providing additional information on coin circulation during this period in La Plana Baixa.

 

Index:      

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

L´organització i la producció de les seques romanoprovincials hispane / Tomás Hurtado Mullor

Source:

Els tallers monetaris :organització i producció : XII Curs d'Història Monetària d'Hispània / coord. científica: Marta Campo. - [Barcelona] :  Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Gabinet Numismàtic de Catalunya, 2008. - P. 71-88

Abstract:

We have done an analysis of the production techniques used by the Hispanic Provincial monetary workshops, based mainly on the material aspects of the coins themselves. Numismatic, historical and financial knowledge are obtained from the manufacturer process of making coins and from the estimated volume of wealth that circulated from several mints in which a study of dies has been made.

 

Index:

Knapp, Robert Carlyle 1946-

Title:

On the date and purpose of the Iberian denarii / R.C. Knapp

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 137 (1977) p. 1-18

 

Index:

Labeaga Mendiola, Juan Cruz

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en Sangüesa (Navarra) / Juan Cruz Labeaga Mendiola

Source:

Isturitz 2 (1990) p. 221-244

 

Index:      

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

El tesoro de denarios imperiales de Alaquàs : recuperación bibliográfica de un hallazgo decimonónico / Tomás Hurtado Mullor

Source:

Tesoros monetarios de Valencia y su entorno / Llorenç Alapont ... [et al.] ; ed.: Albert Ribera i Lacomba, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre. - Valencia : Ajuntament de Valencia, 2005. - (Grandes temas arqueológicos). - P. 83-94

Abstract:

A treasure appeared in Alaquàs (Valencia, Spain) -Tarraconensis- in the late nineteenth century is reconstructed, from information in the press and other publications. It is a treasure of denarii whose latest coin is of the emperor Trajan.

 

Index:

Lledó Cardona, Nuria

Title:

La moneda en la tarraconense mediterránea en época romana imperial / por Nuria Lledó Cardona

Published:

València : Servicio de Investigacio ón Prehistórica, Diputació Provincial de València, 2007

 

Index:

Lledó Cardona, Nuria

Title:

El uso de la moneda en las ciudades romanas de Hispania en epoca imperial : el área mediterránea / Nuria Lledó Cardona

Published:

València : Universitat de Valencia, Servei de Publicacions, 2004

 

Index:

Llorens Forcada, María del Mar

Title:

Estimación del número de cuños originales y volumen monetario de la ceca de Ilici / M. M. Llorens

Source:

Lucentum 6 (1987) p. 165-181

 

Index:

López Medina, María Juana

Title:

Comercio y circulación monetaria en la campiña de Córdoba en las siglos II y I a.C. / Ma Juana López Medina y Manuel Carrilero Millán

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 503-509

 

Index:

López Sánchez, Fernando 1974-

Title:

The coinage of Carthago Nova and the Roman fleet of Missenum : imperial triumphs and local deductiones / Fernando López Sánchez

Source:

The city and the coin in the ancient and early medieval worlds / ed. by Fernando López Sánchez. - Oxford : Archaeopress, 2012. - (BAR international series ; 2402). - P. 73-85

Abstract:

Most coin issues from Carthago Nova may be linked to 'deductiones' of Roman veterans. Discharged soldiers were settled in Roman colonies or municipia in especial ceremonies, which in the case of Carthago Nova were conducted by the duoviri quinquennales, who appear on almost every one of the city’s coin issues. Most of the veterans settled in Carthago Nova served in the imperial fleet of Missenum and took part in a number of military campaigns in the period between 31 BC and 41 AD. The coin issues depicting military and religious motifs (RPC1 149, RPC1 162-164, RPC1 174-177, and RPC1 157, 169, 172-174) form the main focus of this article and some of these will be reclassified in chronological terms, with reference to commonly-used reference catalogues.

 

Index:

Mangas Manjarrés, Julio

Title:

Tesorillo de denarios romanos hallado en Castrillo de Cabrera (León) / Julio Mangas y Carmen Blanquez

Source:

Memorias de Historia Antigua 9 (1988) p. 83-129

 

Index:

Martínez Chico, David

Title:

Un cuadrante inédito de las emisiones anónimas (81-161 d.C.) encontrado en Cástulo, ¿conexión con centros mineros propiedad del Senado? / David Martínez Chico

Source:

Rivista Italiana di Numismatica 117 (2016) p. 271-274

Abstract:

We present a new type of quadrans, which belongs to the so-called anonymous emissions, dated in the period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, 81-161 AD. In addition, we expose the possible connection of these divisional bronzes, openly republicans, with mining centers operated by the ordo senatorialis. All this is concluded because of the place of finding of this coin: the mining town of Castulo (Cortijo de Cazlona, Linares, Jaén).

 

Index:

Martínez Chico, David

Title:

La moneda 'aes grave' hallada en la Península Ibérica y su relación con la Segunda Guerra Púnica / David Martínez Chico

Source:

Rivista Italiana di Numismatica 117 (2016) p. 21-34

Abstract:

This article presents a review and catalogue of all the Roman bronze pieces of the aes grave, founded in the Iberian Peninsula, which are dated before the appearance of the Roman denarius (211 BC). A quadrant of the same type, most likely discovered in the Province of Seville, but surely within Andalusia, is also documented. This aes grave is the only documented piece ever founded in that region. According to this research it is deduced that this coinage was introduced in very small quantities in the Peninsula, after the outbreak of the Second Punic War, especially if it is compared with the silver coins circulating at the time, which are much more common in single findings and hoards.

 

Index:

Martínez Chico, David

Title:

Notas sobre un peculiar numisma imitativo de Constancio II hallado cerca de la Vía de la Plata / David Martínez Chico

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 44 (2014) p. 159-165

 

Index:

Martínez Mira, Isidro

Title:

Tesorillos del s. III d.C. en la península ibérica. [I] / Isidro Martínez Mira

Source:

Lucentum 14-17 (1995-1997) p. 119-180

 

Index:

Martínez Mira, Isidro

Title:

Tesorillos del s. III d.C. en la península ibérica. [II] / Isidro Martínez Mira

Source:

Lucentum 19-20 (2000-2001) p. 297-308

 

Index:

Martínez Mira, Isidro

Title:

Tesorillos del s. III d.C. en la península ibérica. [III] / Isidro Martínez Mira

Source:

Lucentum 23-24 (2004-2005) p. 207-236

 

Index:

Martínez Mira, Isidro

Title:

Tesorillos del s. III d.C. en la península ibérica. [IV] / Isidro Martínez Mira

Source:

Lucentum 26 (2007) p. 265-297

 

Index:

Martínez Pérez, Tomás

Title:

La moneda romana en la provincia de Albacete / Tomás Martínez Pérez, Tomás Martínez Inclán

Source:

Al-Basit 25 (1989) p. 85-106

 

Index:

Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Bronces romanos imperiales y vándalos en L'Illa de Cullera / F. Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 13 (1972) p. 241-256, pls. 1-3

 

Index:      

Matilla Séiquer, Gonzalo

Title:

Circulación monetaria en el sureste peninsular : el caso de los 'Baños romanos de Fortuna' (Murcia) / Gonzalo Matilla Séiquer y Laura Arias Ferrer

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 905-914

 

Index:

Medrano Marqués, Manuel María

Title:

La circulación monetaria en los territorios interiores del norte de la península ibérica durante los primeros años del alto imperio romano / Manuel Medrano Marqués

Source:

Revista de Historia Económica 8 (1990) 3

 

Index:

Moll i Mercadal, Bernat 1954-

Title:

L'Imperi Romà d'Orient a Menorca : el testimoni numismàtic / Bernat Moll

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 157 (junio 2005) p. 5-44

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Base de datos sobre hallazgos monetarios en el 'Conventus Gaditanus' / por Bartolomé Mora y Alicia Arévalo

Source:

Actas [del] XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. II / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 717-730

Abstract:

Unlike other regions of Hispania, those included in the old Conventus Gaditanus have not yet been the object, with precise exceptions, of a systematic compilation of ancient coin find, whether they are literary references such as collections with an indication of provenance, or findings during explorations and excavations. The project presented in this paper has the primary objective of creating a computerized data base in File Maker - partly accessible online for consultations and collaborations - which, in addition to the fields relating to the cataloguing of the coins in the inventory, will have special capacity for the information on the circumstances of the finding, and of course, to the valuable information deriving from the archaeological environment they come from. This undertaking will particularly take into account such aspects as the type of site and the chronology, making use of the valuable information collected in the Tabula Imperii Romani (pages J-29 and J-30), in addition to topics like the stratigraphic position of the coins and the significant related materials, all for the ultimate purpose of contributing, from the discipline of numismatics, to a better understanding of Andalusian archaeology.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

El depósito de plomos monetiformes de las termas Alameda (¿Urgapa?), Málaga / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Numisma 246 (2002) (enero-diciembre) p. 39-67

Abstract:

A cache of coin-like lead pieces from the high imperial baths at Alameda, in the province of Malaga, offers a rare and valuable archaeological perspective to the 150 pieces that compose it, as well as to similar lead pieces recovered from the area surrounding the dig. The find gives special meaning to the urban usage of these numismatic pieces, whose reduced size and variety of designs, radiating heads, stars, and above all, simple combinations of small spheres, contrast with other lead pieces from mining and agricultural zones, which are better known.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en el Cerro del Aljibe (Coín, Málaga) / Bartolomé Mora Serrano, Juan Fernández Ruiz, Juan González Martín

Source:

Baetica 24 (2002) p. 223-242

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Hallazgos numismáticos en Marbella (Málaga) / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano y José Beltrán Fortes

Source:

Numisma 33 (1983) (enero-diciembre) p. 69-80

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

La imagen en la moneda hispana de época preaugustea como producto artesanal / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Centro y periferia en el mundo clásico : [Actas] XVIII Congreso Internacional Arqueología Clásica = Centre and periphery in the ancient world : [Proceedings] XVIIIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology. Vo. II / editores José María Álvarez Martínez, Trinidad Nogales Basarrate, Isabel Rodà de Llanza. - Mérida : Museo Nacional de Arte Romano, 2014. - P. 1431-1434

Abstract:

In this work we propose an analysis from a perspective of the handcrafted work of the coin dies engravers of several Hispanic cities between the second and first centuries B.C. We want to discuss about of possible non monetary origin of some less common or not conventional iconographies, such as those of Ildi(r)cira, Ventipo and Carissa, because they allow the comparison with allready known designs by these local dies engravers from Iberian ceramic to the Late Iberian and Roman-Italic sculpture and reliefs.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Moneda tardoantigua en Malaca (Málaga) : un ocultamiento monetario del siglo V d.C. procedente del teatro romano / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Numisma 251 (enero-diciembre) p. 191-212

Abstract:

The late occupation of the Roman theatre at Malaca (Malaga) is characterized by a rich archaeological record with the emphasis on coins. Together with the many isolated finds, we point out the recovery of several coin hoards which for the most part consist of coinage from the 4th century AD. The hoard examined here is chronologically the most recent of those documented so far, since the remaining archaeological material from the structures and particularly its composition and characteristics relate to coinage from the beginning of the 5th century AD. This very well-worn and clipped coinage, is established as having been concealed between the second quarter and the mid years of that century.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Notas sobre un depósito de sestercios altoimperiales procedente de la villa romana de Rio Verde (Marbella, Málaga) / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Mainake 21-22 (1999-2000) p. 129-138

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Plomos monetiformes y su relación con la producción y transporte del aceite bético / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Figlinae baeticae : talleres alfareros y producciones ceramicas en la Betica romana (ss. II a.C-VII d.C) : actas del Congreso Internacional (Cadiz 12-14 de noviembre de 2003) / ed. by D. Bernal & L. Lagostena. - Oxford : John and Erica Hedges : 2004. - P. 527-536

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Sobre la ocupación tardía del Teatro Romano de Malaca : los hallazgos monetarios antiguos / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Mainake 25 (2003) p. 359-376

 

Index:

Moreno Pulido, Elena

Title:

La amonedación de Cayo y Lucio Césares en 'Iulia Traducta' y el Mediterráneo : un problema cronológico / Elena Moreno Pulido, Víctor Alberto Quiñones Flores

Source:

Numisma 255 (2011) p. 9-63

Abstract:

The evaluation of the coinage minted in the colony of 'Iulia Traducta' (Algeciras) needs a review, given the major problems appearing in both seriation and chronology. This paper aims to provide a closer look at the figures of Gaius and Lucius Caesar through an historical, archaeological and numismatic approach. It attempts to clear up the chronology of the coinage minted in honor of these princes, and ultimately to propose a new chronological order for the Traducta coin series.

 

Index:

Muñoz Muñoz, Francisco A.

Title:

Hallazgos numismáticos antiguos, hispanos, localizados en Vélez-Blanco (Almería) / Francisco A. Muñoz Muñoz, Cándida Martínez López

Source:

Boletín del Instituto de Estudios Almerienses. Letras 7 (1987) p. 159-174

 

Index:

Nony, Daniel 1937-

Title:

Un trésor monétaire du Bas-Empire à Tarifa (Cádiz) / par Daniel Nony

Source:

Mélanges de la Casa de Velazquez 3 (1967) p. 93-114

 

Index:

Padilla Arroba, Ángel Ramón

Title:

El tesoro de Granada de 1870 (C/Alhóndiga) : un depósito de época constantiniana / Ángel R. Padilla Arroba y Mª Amalia Marín Díaz

Source:

Habis 35 (2004) p. 355-380

Abstract:

El artículo analiza el contenido y la función de los sueños en la novlea de Longo Dafnis y Cloe y se pone de manifiesto que se distribuyen a lo largo del relato de acuerdo con la técnica paralelística que caracteriza al autor.

 

Index:

Padrino Fernández, Santiago

Title:

Una propuesta cronológica sobre las emisiones de plata de Graciano / Santiago Padrino Fernández

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 785-792

 

Index:

Pérez González, Cesáreo

Title:

Circulación monetaria de ‘G. Caligula’ en el Norte de Hispania / Cesáreo Pérez González, Emilio Illarregui, Pablo Arribas Lobo

Source:

XIV Congreso Nacional de Numismática : ars metallica, monedas y medallas : Nules-Valencia, 25-27 de octubre de 2010 / ed. por Julio Torres. - Madrid : [s.n.], 2011. - P. 629-641

Abstract:

This contribution to the 14th National Numismatics Congress centres on the identification and characterization of a series of coins previously unknown in Roman Spain, namely, issues of asses that feature Agrippa’s portrait on the obverse, and a depiction of Poseidon on the reverse. Unfortunately these coins have rarely been studied in their archaeological contexts; at times they have been confused with coins struck under Augustus or Tiberius (RIC I, 32); at others, they have been studied as coins from Caio’s reign (RIC I2, 58) keeping their adscription to the Mint of Rome. Our objective in these brief notes focuses on isolating and characterizing these interesting coins, and also on revealing their presence and their dispersal in different archaeological excavations and collections both public and private.

 

Index:

Pérez Rodríguez-Aragón, Fernando

Title:

La circulación del dinero de época romana en el territorio vallisoletano / Fernando Pérez Rodríguez-Aragón

Source:

Numisma ática Romana en Valladolid : arqueologi ía, libros y antiguo coleccionsimo / Museo de Valladolid. - [Valladolid] : Asociacio ón de Amigos del Museo de Valladolid, 2011. - P. 28-55

 

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Poiares, Antonino

Title:

Tesouro de Antoninianos de Beja / Antonino Poiares

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 180 (marzo 2011) p. 9-66

 

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Richard, Jean-Claude Michel

Title:

Recherches sur les étalons monétaires en Espagne et en Gaule du Sud antérieurement à l'époque d'Auguste / Jean-Claude-Michel Richard et Leandre Villaronga

Source:

Mélanges de la Casa de Velazquez 9 (1973) pp. 81-131

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La ceca de Valentia / Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Series:

Estudis numismàtics valencians ; no. 2

Published:

València : Generalitat Valenciana, Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Ciència, 1988

Abstract:

The colony of Valentia minted three issues of coins, each of them in the name of a pair of different magistrates (quaestores). The types chosen for the obverse and reverse are repeated in all the denominations and they are a copy of the Roman denarii struck by Q. Fabius Maximus (RRC 265/1). On the obverse it shows the helmeted head of Rome and on the reverse a cornucopia on a thunderbolt. The first issue was minted by the magistrates C. Lucienus and C Munius, the second by T. Ahius and L. Trinius and the third by L Coranius and C. Numius. The coinages were issued from the foundation of the colony in the year 138 BC. to the Sertonian wars (ca. 80-72 B.C.). The magistrates were of Italic origin, according to their personal names. The book presents an exhaustive catalogue and die study of the colonial coinages of Valentia.

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La circulación monetaria en Alicante hasta la época imperial / Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Monedas : todas las caras de la historia : colecciones numismáticas del MARQ / Julio J. Ramón Sánchez, (ed.). - Alicante : MARQ, Museo Arqueológico de Alicante, 2010. - P. 16-27

Abstract:

Caracterización de las monedas utilizadas en la provincia de Alicante durante la Antigüedad. Se muestra la evolución monetaria, desde el siglo IV a.C. hasta la época de Augusto. Se revisan los tesoros de Montgó, Campo de Rebate, Escuera, Pedreguer, Cachapets.

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Coinage and identity in the Roman provinces : Spain / Pere P. Ripollès

Source:

Coinage and identity in the Roman provinces / ed. by Christopher Howgego, Volker Heuchert, Andrew Burnett. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005. - P. 79-93

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Cuando la plata se convierte en moneda : Iberia oriental = When silver was turned into coinage : Eastern Iberia / Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jime énez Di íez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 213-226

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Fuentes numismáticas : A. La moneda ibérica e hispano-romana / Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Source:

Arqueología del País Valenciano : panorama y perspectivas. - Alicante : Universidad de Alicante, 1985. - P. 307-322

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La moneda en los inicios de la romanización : talleres y artesanos / por Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Arse 28-29  (1994-1995) p. 199-216

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La moneda romana imperial y su circulación en Hispania / por Pere P. Ripollès

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 75 (2002) p. 195-214 

Abstract:

This paper deals with coins in circulation in Roman Spain during the Imperial Period (I-IV centuries AD). During this period the coins used in ancient Spain proceeded entirely from abroad reflecting the vicissitudes of Roman state production with notable provincial an urban characteristics.

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La política monetaria de los romanos durante la época republicana en la Península Ibérica. y las emisiones locales / [Pere P. Ripollès]

Source:

Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 60 (2014) p. 19-83, pl. 1-4

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

El tesoro de Manzaneda (Oviedo) : los ilustrados asturianos y la numismática = The coin-hoard from Manzaneda (Oviedo) : the enlightenment in Asturias and the numismatic / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Documenta & Instrumenta 7 (2009) p. 149-159

Abstract:

From the papers kept in the Real Academia de la Historia, I give notice about a unknown hoard of Roman coins, possibly from Tibe-rian age, discovered in Manzaneda (Asturias) in 1782, in which re-covery they took a great role personalities like Pedro Rodríguez de Campomanes, Melchor de Jovellanos and Jacinto Díaz de Miranda.

 

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Ruiz López, Ildefonso David

Title:

Acuñaciones monetarias en la provincia de Jaén durante el periodo romano-republicano / Ildefonso David Ruiz López

Source:

Boletín del Instituto de Estudios Giennenses 206 (julio-diciembre 2012) p. 239-270

Abstract:

In this paper we approach a complete analysis of the cities that minted coin in the province of Jaén during the Roman Republican period. The province of Jaén was not outside the process of minting and money circulation that took place in Hispania during the Roman occupation. Therefore in this province and time, six mints, such as Abra, Bora, Castulo, Iliturgi, Iltiraka y Obulco, coined money.

 

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Ruiz Ortega, María Remedios

Title:

Aprovisionamiento monetario de la Campiña del Guadalquivir (Andalucía, España) en época bajoimperial romana (260-409 d.C.) / Ma Remedios Ruiz Ortega, Rafael González Torres, Manuel Medrano Marqués

Source:

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid, 2003 : actas = proceedings = actes. I / ed. por Carmen Alfaro, Carmen Marcos y Paloma Otero. - Madrid : Ministerio de Cultura, Subdirección General de Publicaciones, Información y Documentación, 2005. - P. 803-814

 

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Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

Las monedas de las excavaciones (2006-2010) en 'Can Rodon de l'Hort' (Cabrera de Mar, Barcelona) / Alejandro G. Sinner y Carlos Martí García

Source:

XIV Congreso Nacional de Numismática : ars metallica, monedas y medallas : Nules-Valencia, 25-27 de octubre de 2010 / ed. por Julio Torres. - Madrid : [s.n.], 2011. - P. 599-614

Abstract:

This paper examines the coins found in the archaeological excavations conducted from 2006 to 2010 on the estate known as “Can Rodon de L’Hort” (Cabrera de Mar, Barcelona). The collection in question consists of 28 pieces, most of which are Iberian. The excavations took place at two different, superimposed sites of diverse chronology. The first is the well-known Roman Republican site of ”Can Benet-Ca l’Arnau/Can Mateu-Can Rodon de l’Hort”, whose chronology falls approximately between c. 150/140 BC. and c. 90/80 BC. The second site corresponds to a set of rooms adjacent to a ceramic furnace –not yet found– whose chronology falls approximately in the first century A.D.

 

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Stannard, Clive

Title:

The hub from ancient Spain reconsidered / Clive Stannard

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 148 (1988) p. 141-143, pl. 2

 

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Stannard, Clive

Title:

M·OCT IIIIVIR at Paestum, not P·MION IIIIVIR at Carteia : the intellectual history of a misattribution / Cliive Stannard and António Marques de Faria

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88 (2009) p. 81-100

Abstract:

From 1763 until now, a coin of Paestum, Italy, in the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris, has been erroneously given to Carteia, Spain. Other specimens including in the BN itself were correctly attributed to Paestum, one as early as 1796, but with much uncertainty as to the magistrates name. These two chains of attribution have never, until now, met. In the Carteian chain, the misreading of the name, M · OCT IIIIVIR, as P · MION IIIIVIR, spawned a secondary literature on this putative Carteian magistrate with a supposedly Iberian name. This like the Carteian attribution itself drew on the citation of the name, MIOGMI, by Janus Gruter in 1602, and from various similar inscriptions, none Iberian, and probably all defective. We trace the history of both the Carteian and Paestan chains, noting that the parallelism of Carteian and Paestan coin types and legends, which lay behind the original misattribution, is even now leading to similar, independent, misattributions.

 

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Stannard, Clive

Title:

Numismatic evidence for relations between Spain and central Italy at the turn of the second and first centuries BC / Clive Stannard

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 84 (2005) p. 47-79

 

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Torregrosa Yago, José Manuel

Title:

La circulación monetaria en la ciudad romana de ‘’Lesera’ (La Moleta dels Frares, El Forcall, Castellón) y su ‘territorium’ / José M. Torregrosa y Ferran Arasa

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 30 (2014) p. 327-374

Abstract:

In this article we study the monetary findings coming from the roman city of Lesera (La Moleta dels Frares, Forcall) and some sites which should have belonged to this territory, which is located between Castellon and Teruel. With the goal of obtaining a global vision of the monetary circulation in this area in the antiquity, some coins belonging to the republican and imperial periods have been analyzed. The recovered pieces which could be studied straight away, as well as the large bibliographical references and the scarce information given by the findings we cannot have much information have been used for this purpose. This analysis has allowed us to observe the important differences in the contribution and use of the money that was between the city and the little settlements in this territory. The relation among the monetary findings and the results from the diggings let us be precise about the important rise of the city from II BC and the relevant decline from the middle of the III century AC which led to its progressive abandonment.

 

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Vega Avelaira, Tomás

Title:

Hallazgo de un depósito de solidi de Honorio y Arcadio en la villa romana de Seadur (Ayuntamiento de Larouco, Provincia de Ourense) / por Tomás Vega Avelaira

Source:

Galicia : da romanidade á xermanización : problemas históricos e culturais : actas do encontro científico en homenaxe a Fermín Bouza Brey (1901-1973). - Santiago de Compostela : Museo do Pobo Galego, 1992. - P. 313-324

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

À propos des deniers romains de poids lourd trouvés en Espagne / Leandre Villaronga

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 146 (1999) p. 215-218

 

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Zobel de Zangroniz, Jacobo

Title:

Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española, desde su origen hasta el imperio romano. [T. I] / por D. Jacobo Zobel de Zangroniz

Published:

Madrid : Zaragozano y Jayme, 1880

 

Index:

Zobel de Zangroniz, Jacobo

Title:

Estudio historico de la moneda antigua española, desde su origen hasta el imperio romano. T. II / por D. Jacobo Zobel de Zangroniz

Published:

Madrid : Zaragozano y Jayme, 1880