17. Great Britain

Index:

Abdy, Richard Anthony

Title:

The Domitian coin from Chalgrove : a Gallic emperor returns to history / Richard Abdy

Source:

Antiquity 321 (September 2009) p. 751–757

Abstract:

A single coin discovered in a field at Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, UK, has proved to have an exceptional significance in the world of Roman numismatics. It features a third-century emperor, Domitianus, unknown apart from a find of 1900 from a vineyard in Cl´eons previously described as ‘doubtful’. The dies used to strike the two coins match, leaving little doubt that Domitianus was a real person, although of somewhat  fleeting dominion over the Gallic Empire – for a brief period in AD 271.

 

Index:

Abdy, Richard Anthony

Title:

Oxborough, Norfolk ; Patching and Oxborough: the latest coin hoards from Roman Britain of the first early medieval hoards from England? / Richard Abdy

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. XII / ed. by Richard Abdy ... [et al.]. - Wetteren : Moneta, 2009. - (Collection Moneta ; 97). - P. 293-395, pl. 37

 

Index:

Abdy, Richard Anthony

Title:

The Patching hoard / Richard Abdy

Source:

Late Roman silver : the Traprain treasure in context / ed. by Fraser Hunter & Kenneth Painter. - Edinburgh : Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2013. - P. 107-115

 

Index:

Abdy, Richard Anthony

Title:

The second-known specimen of a coin of Domitian II recorded in a hoard from Oxfordshire / Richard A. Abdy

Source:

Revue Numismatique 160 (2004) p. 219-221, pl. 16-17

Abstract:

The second known coin of the Gallic usurper Domitianus (i.e. Domitian II) has come to light in a recent UK treasure case examined at the British Museum. A superb example, it is die-identical to the Cléons (Loire-Atlantique) find of 1900. An extremely rare numismatic discovery, the Oxfordshire Domitianus is moreover of great historical importance, as it corroborates the evidence of the previously unique coin. Its hoard (Chalgrove II) is summarised.

 

Index:

Aitchison, Nicholas Boyter

Title:

Roman wealth, native ritual : coin hoards within and beyond Roman Britain / N.B. Aitchison

Source:

World Archaeology 20 (1988) 2 (October) p. 270-284

Abstract:

Coin deposits constitute one of the more striking, and yet common, elements of the archaeological record of Roman Britain. However, their study is based upon assumptions concerning the motives behind deposition and distinctions made between hoards and other categories of coin find. This paper has two aims. Firstly, it seeks to demonstrate the inadequacy of current interpretations of coin hoards. Secondly, it attempts to broaden the analysis of coin hoards by considering also votive deposits of coins in areas peripheral to and beyond the frontiers of Roman Britain. Several common features between coin deposits within and beyond the province are identified, and the implications of these for the motives behind deposition -- and the nature of Romano-British society and economy -- are then considered.

 

Index:

Akerman, John Yonge 1806-1873

Title:

Coins of the Romans relating to Britain / descr. and illustrated by John Yonge Akerman

Edition:

[2nd ed.]

Published:

London : John Russell Smith, 1844

 

Index:

Akerman, John Yonge 1806-1873

Title:

Roman-British coins / descr. and ill. by John Yonge Akerman

Published:

London : Effingham Wilson, 1836

 

Index:

Anscombe, Alfred

Title:

The Richborough coin inscribed 'DOMINO CENSAVRIO CES' : the so-called 'coin of a second Carausius, Cæsar in Britain in the fifth century' / by Alfred Anscombe

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 19 (1927-1928) p. 1-23, pl. 1

 

Index:

Bagnall-Oakeley, Mary Ellen 1833-1904

Title:

Notes on a great hoard of Roman coins found at Bishop's Wood found in 1895- / by  Mary Ellen Bagnall-Oakeley

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 19 (1895-1895) p. 399-420

 

Index:

Bagnall-Oakeley, Mary Ellen 1833-1904

Title:

On Roman coins found in the forest of Dean / by  Mary E. Bagnall-Oakeley

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 6 (1881-1882) p. 107-122

 

Index:

Besly, Edward

Title:

The Rogiet hoard and the coinage of Allectus / Edward Besly

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 76 (2006) p. 45-146, pl. 3-25

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

Coin hoards and hoarding in Britain. (3): Radiate hoards / Roger Bland

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 85 (2015) p. 59–100

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

Finds of late Roman silver coins from Britain : the contribution of the Portable Antiquities Scheme / Roger Bland, Sam Moorhead & Philippa Walton

Source:

Late Roman silver : the Traprain treasure in context / ed. by Fraser Hunter & Kenneth Painter. - Edinburgh : Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2013. - P. 117-166

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

A hoard of Carausius and Allectus from Burton Latimer / Roger Bland

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 54 (1984) p. 41-50, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

Hoarding in Iron Age and Roman Britain : the puzzle of the late Roman period / Roger Bland

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 84 (2014) p. 9-38

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

Roman and early Byzantine gold coins found in Britain and Ireland : with an appendix of new finds from Gaul / Roger Bland and Xavier Loriot

Series:

Special publication / Royal Numismatic Society ; no. 46

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2010

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

Roman gold coins in Britain / Roger Bland

Source:

ICOMON e-Proceedings 3 (2009) p. 31-43

 

Index:

Boon, George Counsell 1927-1994

Title:

Hoards of Roman coins in the Reading Museum and Art Gallery / by George C. Boon

Source:

Oxoniensia 19 (1954) p. 38-44

 

Index:

Brickstock, Richard J.

Title:

The production, analysis and standardisation of Romano-British coin reports / R.J. Brickstock

Published:

Swindon : English Heritage, 2004

 

Index:

Burnett, Andrew Michael

Title:

A Carausian hoard from Croydon, and a note on Carausius' continental possessions / Andrew Burnett and John Casey

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 54 (1984) p. 10-20, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Burnett, Andrew Michael

Title:

The coinage of Allectus : chronology and interpretation / Andrew Burnett

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 54 (1984) p. 21-28, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Chameroy, Jérémie 1976-

Title:

Le trésor de bronzes valentiniens de Kings Langley (Hertfordshire) / Jérémie Chameroy

Source:

Jahrbuch des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums Mainz 46 (1999) 2 p. 357-411

 

Index:

Crawley, Gillian

Title:

Skellow, South Yorkshire / Gillian Crawley and Andrew Meadows

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. X / ed. by Roger Bland and John Orna-Ornstein. - London : British Museum Press, cop. 1997. - P. 54-61, pls. 7-8

 

Index:

Creighton, John 1964-

Title:

The supply and movement of denarii in Roman Britain / by John Creighton

Source:

Britannia 45 (2014) p. 1-43

Abstract:

Hoards of denarii are common in Britain and the number which have been recorded in detail means that it is now possible to suggest reasonably accurately what a ‘normal’ hoard of a particular date should look like. That being the case, we can then look for variation around that norm and both investigate and speculate what that variation means. A methodology is developed which suggests periods of faster and less rapid coin circulation which has implications for consideration of monetisation. The model also enables us to view where denarii entered circulation; unsurprisingly the army looms large in this picture. The methodology is directly transferable to other provinces and other periods where there are longlived, relatively stable monetary systems.

 

Index:

Davies, John Arthur 1955-

Title:

Needham, Norfolk / John Davies, Andrew Meadows and Jonathan Williams

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. X / ed. by Roger Bland and John Orna-Ornstein. - London : British Museum Press, cop. 1997. - P. 47-48, pl. 6

 

Index:

Davies, John Arthur 1955-

Title:

The Roman coins from Lowbury Hill / J. A. Davies

Source:

Oxoniensia 50 (1985) p. 1-13

 

Index:

Davies, John Arthur 1955-

Title:

The study of coin finds from Romano-British towns / John A. Davies

Source:

Roman towns: the Wheeler inheritance : a review of 50 years' research / ed. by Stephen J. Greep. - York : Council for British Archaeology, 1993. – P. 123-127

 

Index:

Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

A hoard of Roman coins / [J. Evans]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 18 p. 126-184, pls. 12-14

 

Index:

Evans, Arthur John 1851-1941

Title:

Notes on the coinage and silver currency in Roman Britain from Valentinian I to Constantine III / [Arthur Evans]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 15 (1915) p. 433-519, pl. 20

 

Index:

Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

Account of a hoard of Roman coins found near Luton, Bedfordshire / by John Evans

Published:

London : [s.n.], 1863

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle n.s. 3 (1863) p. 112-118 

 

Index:

Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

Rare and unpublished coins of Carausius / [John Evans]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 5 (1905) p. 18-35, pls. 2-3

 

Index:

Guest, Peter

Title:

The early monetary history of Roman Wales : identity, conquest and acculturation on the imperial fringe / by Peter Guest

Source:

Britannia 39 (2008) p. 33-58

Abstract:

Over 52,000 Roman coins have been recorded and published from Wales. Using this comprehensive numismatic sample, this article investigates how coins of different metals and denominations were used and lost in western Britain during the later Iron Age and early Roman periods. The analysis of coins from hoards, excavated sites and single finds produces a more detailed picture of coin supply and use in Roman Britain than has been the case in the past and, consequently, it is now possible to provide a relatively sophisticated description of the monetization of Wales in the decades immediately before and after the conquest in the later first century A.D. The complexities of the early numismatic history of Wales are explored using a series of chronological and regional case-studies, while the discussion emphasizes the role of native traditions in shaping local responses to the appearance of coinage and the foreign practices associated with using Roman imperial currency.

 

Index:

Hedlund, Ragnar

Title:

I Roms tjänst : det romerska Britannien och dess mynt / Ragnar Hedlund

Source:

Samlad glädje 2009 : Numismatiska Klubben Uppsala 1969-2009 / [red.: Curt Ekström, Kjell Holmberg och Magnus Wijk]. - Uppsala : Numismatiska Kubben, cop. 2009. - P. 101-106

Abstract:

A badly worn bronze coin preserved at the Royal Cabinet of Coins in Stockholm and struck for a certain Roman emperor by the name of Carausius features the reverse legend PROVIDENTIA AVGGG. This addition of extra G’s to a legend usually indicates that the coin is struck in the name of more than one emperor. In this case, this is interesting as Carausius was not a ’proper’ Roman emperor but rather a usurper, who ruled in Britain for some years around 290 A.D. In this case, the legend on the coin could signify that Carausius was portrayed as a colleague and co-emperor of the two ‘legitimate’ emperors of the time, namely Diocletian and Maximian. This is only one of a number of examples of images on the coins struck for the emperor Carausius which indicate that Britain, even by the ‘usurpers’ was seen as an integrated part of the empire: Carausius did not rebel against the empire. Rather, he tried to upkeep ‘Romanness’ in the province of Britain against barbarian intruders. These images illustrate the ways in which the geography of the Roman empire was changing towards the end of the third century AD. The provinces by this time had developed into Roman communities that could no longer be directed, or dominated, from the city of Rome. The centres that developed in the provinces of the Roman empire as a result of this process of regionalization were to become the fundament on which the states of post-Roman Europe were later to be founded.

 

Index:

Hill, George Francis 1867-1948

Title:

Cartimandua / [G.F. Hill]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 17 (1897) p. 293-301, pl. 15

 

Index:

Hobbs, Richard 1969-

Title:

Stray finds of Hacksilber in Roman Britain? / Richard Hobbs

Source:

Late Roman silver : the Traprain treasure in context / ed. by Fraser Hunter & Kenneth Painter. - Edinburgh : Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 2013. - P. 291-304

 

Index:

Hobbs, Richard 1969-

Title:

'Why are there always so many spoons?’ : hoards of precious metals in late Roman Britain / by Richard Hobbs

Source:

Image, craft and the classical world : essays in honour of Donald Bailey and Catherine Johns / Nina Crummy (ed.) ; forew. by Leslie Webster and Dyfri Williams ; contrib. L. Allason-Jones ... [et al.]. - Montagnac : Mergoil, 2005. - (Monographies instrumentum ; 29). - P. 197-208

 

Index:

Holmes, Nicholas M. McQ.

Title:

The Roman coins from Newstead in context / N.M. McQ. Holmes

Source:

A Roman frontier post and its people : Newstead 1911-2011 / ed. by Fraser Hunter and Lawrence Keppie. - Edinburgh : NMS Enterprises Limited-Publishing, cop. 2012. - P. 123-135

 

Index:

Holmes, Nicholas M. McQ.

Title:

Roman counterfeiters' moulds from Scotland / N. M. McQ Holmes & F. Hunter

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 131 (2001) p. 167-176

Abstract:

Three clay moulds for making cast counterfeits of third-century coins are discussed in terms of their relationship to items of similar type found elsewhere and of their possible significance in a Scottish context.

 

Index:

Holmes, Nicholas M. McQ.

Title:

Two denarius hoards from Birnie, Moray / N.M. McQ. Holmes ; with a contrib. by K. Eremin and J. Tate

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 76 (2006) p. 1-44, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Hunter, Fraser

Title:

Silver for the barbarians : interpreting denarii hoards in North Britain and beyond / Fraser Hunter

Source:

Roman finds : context and theory ; proceedings of a conference held at the University of Durham / ed. by Richard Hingley and Steve Willis. - Oxford : Oxbow 2007. - P. 214-223

 

Index:

Kiernan, Philip

Title:

The ritual mutilation of coins on Romano-British sites / Philip Kiernan

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 71 (2001) p. 18-33

 

Index:

King, Cathy Elizabeth

Title:

Late Roman silver hoards in Britain and the problem of clipped siliquae / C.E. King

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 51 (1981) p. 5-31, pl. 1

 

Index:

King, Cathy Elizabeth

Title:

A small hoard of Carausius found near Bicester, Oxfordshire / C.E. King

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 52 (1982) p. 7-16

 

Index:

King, Cathy Elizabeth

Title:

The unmarked coins of Carausius / C.E, King

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 54 (1984) p. 1-9, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Lloyd, Christopher

Title:

The C mint of Carausius and Allectus / C.D. Lloyd

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 68 (1998) p. 1-10

 

Index:

Lockyear, Kris

Title:

Where do we go from here? : recording and analysing Roman coins from archaeological excavations / by Kris Lockyear

Source:

Britannia 38 (2007) p. 211-224

 

Index:

Loriot, Xavier 1941-2012

Title:

La carrière d'Allectus jusqu'à son élévation à la pourpre / Xavier Loriot

Source:

Institutions, société et vie politique dans l'empire romain au IVe siècle ap. J.-C. : actes de la table ronde autour de l'œuvre d'André Chastagnol (Paris, 20-21 janvier 1989) / éd. par Michel Christol ... [et al.]. - Rome : École Française de Rome, 1992. - P. 161-169

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [I] / by George MacDonald

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 52 (1917-1918) p. 203-276

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. II / by George MacDonald

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 58 (1923-1924) p. 325-329

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. III / by George MacDonald

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 68 (1933-1934) p. 27-40

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [IV] / by George MacDonald

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 73 (1938-1939) p. 241-272

 

Index:

Mairat, Jérôme

Title:

Chalgrove II (2003), Oxfordshire / Jérôme Mairat

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. XII / ed. by Richard Abdy, Eleanor Ghey, Celine Hughes ... [et al.]. - Wetteren : Moneta, 2009. - (Collection Moneta ; 97). - P. 113-148, pl. 5-22

 

Index:

Marsden, Adrian

Title:

Irregular radiate production in 3rd century Norfolk : an overview / by Adrian Marsden

Source:

Norfolk Archaeology 46 (2012) 3 p. 370-382

Abstract:

Contemporary imitations, locally-produced copies of official coins, were a common feature of the Roman currency system. One period which saw intense production of these coins in Britain spanned the 270s and early 280s. These irregular radiate issues are also known as ‘barbarous radiates’ and have been studied for many years. However, little evidence has been recognised in the past that might indicate production sites. Finds made with metal detectors in Norfolk are transforming our knowledge and suggesting that this coinage was struck at several locations across the county.

 

Index:

Mattingly, Harold 1884-1964

Title:

Hoards of Roman coins found in Britain : and a coin survey of the Roman province / by H. Mattingly

Source:

Journal of Roman Studies 22 (1932) p. 88-95

 

Index:

Mattingly, Harold 1884-1964

Title:

The Richborough hoard of 'radiates', 1931 / by Harold Mattingly and W.P.D. Stebbing

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 80

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1938

 

Index:

Maurice, Jules 1859-1939

Title:

L'atelier monétaire de Londres (Londinium) pendant la période Constantinenne / [Jules Maurice]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 20 (1900) p. 108-147, pl. 4-5

 

Index:

Meadows, Andrew R.

Title:

Potters Bar, Hertfordshire / Andrew Meadows, John Orna-Ornstein and Jonathan Williams

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. X / ed. by Roger Bland and John Orna-Ornstein. - London : British Museum Press, cop. 1997. - P. 116-120, pl. 16

 

Index:

Meadows, Andrew R.

Title:

Warminster, Wiltshire / Andrew Meadows and Paul Robinson

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. X / ed. by Roger Bland and John Orna-Ornstein. - London : British Museum Press, cop. 1997. - P. 30, pl. 1

 

Index:

Milne, Joseph Grafton 1867-1951

Title:

Woodeaton coins / by J.G. Milne

Source:

Journal of Roman Studies 21 (1931) p. 101-109, pl. 14

 

Index:

Moorhead, Sam

Title:

Coinage at the end of Roman Britain / by Sam Moorhead and Philippa Walton

Source:

AD 410 : the history and archaeology of late and post-Roman Britain / ed. by F.K. Haarer ; with Rob Collins ... [et al.]. - London : Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 2014. – P. 99-116

Abstract:

Coinage is probably the most tangible form of material culture dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries A.D. As a result, numismatic evidence, and particularly hoards data, has played a pivotal role in dating the ‘end’ of Roman Britain. This article summarises the numismatic evidence for the period and illustrates how both hoards and site finds can be used to explore the chronology and nature of coin use throughout the diocese of Britannia and its apparent collapse in the post-Roman period.

 

Index:

Moorhead, Sam

Title:

Expanding the Frontiers : how the Portable Antiquities Scheme database increases knowledge of Roman coin use in England / Sam Moorhead

Source:

A decade of discovery : proceedings of the Portable Antiquities Scheme Conference 2007 / ed. by Sally Worrell ... [et al.]. - Oxford : Archaeopress 2010. - (BAR British series ; 520). - P. 143-160

 

Index:

Moorhead, Sam

Title:

Silbury Hill, Wiltshire : Roman Coins from the Silbury Region / Sam Moorhead

Series:

Research Department report series ; no. 102-2011

Published:

Portsmouth : English Heritage, 2011

Abstract:

Recent research has cast new light on the Romano-British roadside settlement adjacent to Silbury Hill. Work on the coins from the area by Sam Moorhead over a number of years has contributed greatly to this, and this report describes ten groups of coin finds. It makes available the catalogues of several assemblages which have not previously been fully published. Taken as a whole, the assemblages provide an interesting chronological profile for coin use / loss in the Silbury region which informs other research into Roman activity in the region.

 

Index:

Ogden, William Sharp

Title:

A find of Roman bronze coins on the Little Orme's Head, North Wales. Suppl. / by W. Sharp Ogden 

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 6 (1909) p. 5-12

 

Index:

Ogden, William Sharp

Title:

The Roman mint and early Britain / Wm. Sharp Ogden 

Published:

London : Harrison, 1912

 

Index:

Ponting, Matthew

Title:

The Fenny Stratford hoard / M. Ponting

Source:

Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 3 (1992). P. 52-61

Abstract:

Towards the end of summer 1990, during the course of roadworks at Galley Lane, Fenny Stratford (Roman Magiovinium), just south of Milton Keynes, a local metal 'detectorist' discovered what appeared to be the 'raw materials' for the production of unofficial Roman coins. The find comprised three ceramic vessels containing three groups of material and two iron dies for striking the coins.

 

Index:

Reece, Richard

Title:

Coins from the Roman villa at Chedworth / [Richard Reece]

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 78 (1959) p. 162-165

 

Index:

Reece, Richard

Title:

Roman Britain and its economy from coin finds / Richard Reece

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 82 (2012) p. 8-28

 

Index:

Reece, Richard

Title:

Roman coins from Sea Mills / [Richard Reece]

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 85 (1966) p. 218-220

 

Index:

Robertson, Anne Strachan 1910-1997

Title:

A Roman coin hoard from Bristol / by Anne S. Robertson

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 60 (11938) p. 194-197

 

Index:

Robertson, Anne Strachan 1910-1997

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [V] / by Anne S. Robertson

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 84 (1949-1950) p. 137-169

 

Index:

Robertson, Anne Strachan 1910-1997

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [VI]: 1951-1960 / by Anne S. Robertson

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 84 (1960-1961) p. 133-183

 

Index:

Robertson, Anne Strachan 1910-1997

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [VII]: 1961-1970 / by Anne S. Robertson

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 103 (1970-1971) p. 113-168

 

Index:

Robertson, Anne Strachan 1910-1997

Title:

Roman coins found in Scotland. [VIII]: 1971-1982 / by Anne S. Robertson

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 113 (1983) p. 405-448

Abstract:

The final survey by Anne S Robertson of Roman coins found in Scotland includes finds made between 1971 and 1982, and also earlier finds about which new information has recently come to light. The Roman coins came from sites on the Antonine Wall; from Roman sites elsewhere in Scotland; from native sites; as isolated finds with no recorded associations and in hoards. A series of Tables brings together the recorded finds from previous surveys as well as from the present survey. With the increasing quantity of coin material now available, particularly from recent excavations, it has become possible to recognise groupings of coins at certain periods, for example at the beginning and the end of Flavian and Antonine occupations of Roman sites. There is no doubt that as Roman coins continue to be found in Scotland, knowledge will be further increased about the production, distribution and use of Roman army currency in North Britain, and about the extent of its 'drift' into non-Roman hands.

 

Index:

Sekulla, M. F.

Title:

The Roman coins from Traprain Law / M. F. Sekulla

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 112 (1982) p. 285-294

 

Index:

Shiel, Norman

Title:

Carausius et fratres sui / N. Shiel

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 48 (1978) p. 7-11, pl. 1

 

Index:

Shotter, David Colin Arthur 1939-

Title:

Coin evidence and the northern frontier in the second century AD / by D C A Shotter

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 107 (1975-1976) p. 81-91

 

Index:

Shotter, David Colin Arthur 1939-

Title:

Coin-loss and the Roman occupation of North-west England / David Shotter

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 63 (1993) p. 1-19

 

Index:

Stewart, Bernard Harold Ian Halley 1935-

Title:

Coins of the mint of London from the Boursies hoard (313/314) / Lord Stewartby

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 36 (1994) p. 90-108

 

Index:

Stewart, Bernard Harold Ian Halley 1935-

Title:

Roman coins of London from the Falmouth hoard / Lord Stewartby

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 81 (2011) p. 1-8. pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Stewart, Bernard Harold Ian Halley 1935-

Title:

Some rare and unpublished roman coins of the London mint in the Paris collection / Lord Stewartby

Source:

Revue Numismatique 154 (1999) p. 183-193

 

Index:

Sutherland, Carol Humphrey Vivian 1908-1986

Title:

Romano-British imitations of bronze coins of Claudius I / by C.H.V. Sutherland

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 65

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1935

 

Index:

Sutherland, Carol Humphrey Vivian 1908-1986

Title:

A late Roman coin-hoard from Kiddington, Oxon / by C. H. V. Sutherland

Source:

Oxoniensia 1 (1936) p. 70-79, pl. 15

 

Index:

Todd, Malcolm

Title:

The Falkirk hoard of denarii : trade or subsidy? / Malcolm Todd

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 115 (1985) p. 229-232

Summary:

It is argued that the Falkirk hoard of Roman silver coins represents payments to a barbarian leader or dynasty in return for the maintenance of peace and order north of the Antonine Wall in the period c AD 160-230.

 

Index:

Webb, Percy Henry 1856-1937

Title:

The reign and coinage of Carausius / by Percy H. Webb

Published:

London : Spink & Son,1908

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 4th. ser. 7 (1907) p. 1-88, 156-218, 291-338, 373-426, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Willett, Ernest H.

Title:

* The ancient British coins of Sussex / by Ernest H. Willett

Published:

Lewes : Alex. Rivington, [1885]

Note:

Offprint from: Sussex Archaeological Collections 29-30 (1879-1880)

 

Index:

Williams, Jonathan

Title:

Littleborough, Greater Manchester / Jonathan Williams and Andrew Meadows

Source:

Coin hoards from Roman Britain. Vol. X / ed. by Roger Bland and John Orna-Ornstein. - London : British Museum Press, cop. 1997. - P. 135-139, pl. 17

 

Index:

Zeepvat, Robert John 1957-

Title:

A roman coin manufacturing hoard from 'Magiovinium', Fenny Stratford, Bucks / by R.J. Zeepvat ; with contrib. by M. Ponting … [et al.]

Source:

Britannia 25 (1994) p. 1-19