20. Germany

Index:

Alföldi, Maria Radnóti 1926-

Title:

Augusta Treverorum/Trier und die antiken Münzfunde : Aufgaben und Perspektiven : ein Zwischenbericht / Maria R. Alföldi

Source:

Revue Numismatique 159 (2003) p. 15-25

Abstract:

Im Rahmen des Forschungsprojekts Fundmunzen der Antike (FdA) der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur zu Mainz sind die Fundmunzen der Stadt Trier (Augusta Treverorum /Treviri) von besonderer Bedeutung, die der Bedeutung der Stadt selbst im Rômischen Reich entspricht. Die Bearbeitung ist im Gange; ein erster Band FMRD / Trier ist bereits 1970 erschienen. Die archaeologisch-historische Dokumentation ist meist gut bis sehr gut; man wird eine Reihe von historischen Fragen mit Hilfe der Munzfunde beantworten kônnen, die die Topographie und die Baugeschichte der Stadt ebenso betreffen wie die Phaenomene der spâtantiken Kaiserresidenz. Von grossem Interesse ist uberdies wam der geregelte Munzumlauf in Treveri angefangen und wann und wie er aufgehôrt hat, um nur die wichtigsten Probléme der aktuellen Forschung zu nennen.

 

Index:

Alföldi, Maria Radnóti 1926-

Title:

Die constantinische Goldprägung in Trier / Maria R. Alföldi

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 9 (1958) p. 99-139, pl. 4-11

 

Index:

Alföldi, Maria Radnóti 1926-

Title:

Zum Datum der Aufgabe der Residenz Treviri unter Stilicho / Maria R. Alföldi

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 20 (1970) p. 241-249, pl. 17

 

Index:

Bakker, Jan Albert 1935-

Title:

De Romeinse muntschatten van Brandlecht (1620), Ringe (1654–1655) en Emsbüren (vóór 1713) in eigentijdse berichten / door J.A. Bakker

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 80 (1993) p. 5-21

 

Index:

Berger, Frank 1957-

Title:

Der römische Schatzfund von Jever (1850) / Frank Berger

Source:

Oldenburger Jahrbuch 100 (2000) p. 227-235

 

Index:

Bernhart, Max 1883-1952

Title:

Zwei römische Münzfunde aus Südbayern / von Max Bernhart

Published:

München : Straub, 1910

 

Index:

Bissinger, Karl -1910

Title:

Funde römischer Münzen im Grossherzogtum Baden. [1. Verzeichnis] / zsgest. von K. Bissinger

Published:

Karlsruhe : Bielefeld, 1889

 

Index:

Bissinger, Karl -1910

Title:

Funde römischer Münzen im Grossherzogtum Baden. 2. Verzeichnis / zsgest. von K. Bissinger

Published:

Karlsruhe : Braun 1906

 

Index:

Bocciarelli, Dorian

Title:

Un denier inédit des guerres civiles de 68-69 de n.è. : l'organisation de la révolte de l'armée du Rhin / par Dorian Bocciarelli

Source:

Cahiers Numismatiques 191 (2012) p. 21-37

 

Index:

Cahn, Herbert Adolph 1915-2002

Title:

Die Trierer Antoniniane der Tetrarchie / Herbert A. Cahn

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 37 (1955) p. 5-22, pls. 1-2

 

Index:

Chameroy, Jérémie

Title:

Münzhort des ausgehenden 4. Jahrhunderts im 'vicus' von Mayen (Lkr. Mayen-Koblenz) / Jérémie Chameroy

Source:

Jahrbuch des Römisch-germanischen Zentralmuseums Mainz 59 (2012) 2 p. 545-607

Abstract:

In 2000 an excavation within the vicus of Mayen revealed a cache of 371 bronze coins which lay scattered in a burnt layer on the former floor of a small building. Only a few coins still lay in the two broken storage vessels which had been sunken into the ground. The significant number of coins, as well as its clear concentration in the second half of the 4th century (78 % of the identifiable coins), lead to the conclusion that they must have been a hoard originally placed in both vessels and which was dispersed by the building’s collapse. The latest coins belong to the Theodosian series Victoria Auggg (388-ca. 395) and Salus Reipublicae (388- 408), but these comprise only 15 % of the 371 coins, in comparison with the high ratio of older money (incl. 53 % of Valentinian bronzes of 364-378). The Mayen hoard contains only one coin of Honorius, but not a single bronze from the later emissions of Trier, Lyon or Arles which commenced after the death of Theodosius in January 395. Moreover, in the Mayen assemblage one cannot see the deliberate subdivision of bronze coins, a practice which was widely spread in Gaul during the early 5th century. The end date of the hoard, which also corresponds to the dating of the building’s destruction, thus very probably lies between 395 and 400.

 

Index:

Depeyrot, Georges 1953-

Title:

Le trésor de Dortmund et les solidi milanais COM et COMOB : l'apport de la mesure / George Depeyrot

Source:

Histoire & Mesure 1 (1986) 3-4 p. 229-238

Abstract:

A new examination of the Dortmund hoard (solidi and silver coins of the IVth and Vth centuries) make us able to precise some attributions of gold coins to the mint of Milano. The study of dies links show that the mint worked during the 410's, in the same time as Ravenna.

 

Index:

Elkins, Nathan Thomas

Title:

What are they doing here? : Flavian Colosseum sestertii from archaeological contexts in Hessen and the Taunus-Wetterau limes : (with an addendum to NC 2006) / Nathan T. Elkins

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 169 (2009) p. 199-204

 

Index:

Estiot, Sylviane

Title:

De Lyon à Trèves : l'ouverture de l'atelier de Trèves à l'époque tétrarchique et ses premières émissions : monnaie radiée et monnaie d'or (293-295 apr. J.-C.) / Sylviane Estiot, Pierre André Zanchi

Source:

Revue Numismatique 171 (2014) p. 247-296, pl. 1-9

Abstract:

The mint in Treveri opened in 293 AD, shortly after the creation of the Tetrarchy. A corpus of 504 aureliani has been gathered from institutional coin cabinets, private collections, sale catalogues, web, etc. – an increase of 70 % compared to H. Cahn’s 1955 and 1965 studies. The majority of these coins were photographed. This illustrated corpus allows us to understand the role of Lyons in the creation of the branch mint of Treveri, but also the role of Rome; to propose a new order and date for the issues of aureliani; to study their iconographic message, largely due to Constantius Chlorus himself and relayed by the Panegyrics; to shed some light on the functioning of an ancient mint through the die links in these emissions of modest size. In parallel the re-examination of the gold coinage, again through characteroscopic study, allows us to propose a date for the issues on a period from the opening of the Treveri mint to the reconquest of Britannia.

 

Index:

Estiot, Sylviane

Title:

De Lyon à Trèves : l'ouverture de l'atelier de Trèves à l'époque tétrarchique et ses premières émissions : monnaie radiée et monnaie d'or (293-295 apr. J.-C.). [Suppl.] / Sylviane Estiot & Pierre Zanchi

Published:

[S.l. : s.n., 2016]

Abstract:

As an addition to the RN 2014 paper, which did not allow the complete corpus of the radiate aureliani minted in Treveri at its opening as Imperial mint, this "In Extenso" file gives:

- the corpus

- the stemmata of die links

- the extensive photographic illustration.

 

Index:

Ferchel, Franz Maria

Title:

Beschreibung von sechshundert antiken römischen Münzen, welche seit 22 Jahren in Bayern gefunden wurden : mit Angabe der Fundorte / gesammelt, beschrieben und hrsg. von Franz Maria Ferchel

Published:

München : [s.n.], 1831

Abstract:

Offprint from: Antiquarische Unterhaltungen für Bayern (1831)

 

Index:

Gautier, Georges 1938-

Title:

Une justification opportune du système tétrarchique par l'image monétaire de diffusion courante : la série de ‘nummi’ à bustes accolés émise à Trèves en 298 ap. J.-C. / Georges Gautier

Source:

Revue Numismatique 166 (2010) p. 419-434

Abstract:

The mint of Trier has produced in 298 A.D. a series of nummi showing the jugate busts of several tetrarchs and also the bust of one of them associated to the bust of Hercules. This represents undoubtedly an attempt to improve further the image of the tetrarchy established five years earlier. This occured at a moment when many important military victories had taken place between 296 and 298 A.D. The fact that such a propagandistic operation was achieved through a series of silvered bronze nummi which were normally part of a large circulation could constitute an incentive to initiate in the future a more global and in-depth study of the coinage to which this particular series of coins belongs.

 

Index:

Gautier, Georges 1938-

Title:

Un ‘nummus’ inédit frappé à Trèves en 310 ap. J.-C. au nom de Maxence / Georges Gautier

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 237 (März 2010) p. 9-14

 

Index:

Gautier, Georges 1938-

Title:

La trouvaille de Krempelstein : (nouvelle étude critique) / Georges Gautier

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 36 (1994) p. 76-89

Abstract:

After its concise publication by K. Pink in 1929, the Krempelstein hoard is here reconsidered in depth and with a critical eye. The examination of the coins it contains reveals its very unusual nature compared to other hoards solely or partly composed of argentei. The period covered by the hoard is relatively long from 294 to 303 AD when the latest coins in the hoard were struck. This small hoard of gold and silver coins suggests that the coins had been deliberately selected by mint. Twelve different mints are thus represented. The presence in the hoard of several imitations of argentei gives an opportunity to raise briefly the question of their production and of their circulation alongside official coins after AD 294. Finally, a few suggestions on the date of the issues to which the coins in the hoard belong are put forward.

 

Index:

Gebhart, Hans 1900-1960

Title:

Bemerkungen zur kritischen Neuaufnahme der Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Deutschland : ('Antiker Münzfundkatalog') / Hans Gebhart ... [et al.]

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 7 (1956) p. 9-71

 

Index:

Ghiraldo, Alberto

Title:

A new 'antoninianus' in the name of Saloninus as Augustus / Alberto Ghiraldo ; [transl. from the Italian by Andrea Fragiacomo]

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2015

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 175 (2015) p. 155-159

Abstract:

In NC 2013 Dominique Hollard published a new emission of Saloninus with the title Augustus: an antoninianus of type PIETAS AVG to accompany the already-known SPES PVBLICA and FELICITAS AVG types. In July 2014 a second example of the same reverse, but a different obverse legend appeared on the electronic numismatic market.

 

Index:

Guihard, Pierre-Marie

Title:

'Falsa fusio' à Trèves : les moules monétaires du IIIe siècle de la Löwenbrauerei et la place du denier dans la circulation monétaire en Gaule du Nord / Pierre-Marie Guihard

Source:

Produktion und recyceln von Münzen in der Spätantike = Produire et recycler la monnaie au Bas-Empire / Jérémie Chameroy et Pierre-Marie Guihard (dir.). - Mainz : Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2016. - (RGZM-Tagungen ; Bd. 29). - P. 235-263

Abstract:

The rescue excavations carried out between 1996 and 1999 by Dr. H.-P. Kuhnen on the site of the old Löwen Brewery in Trier led to the discovery of around 3,000 clay coin moulds. These discs bear the imprints of denarii, antoniniani and sesterces of the 2nd and first half of the 3rd century and form the largest assemblage ever brought to light in the city on the Moselle. The study of a sample of 626 moulds dating from Antoninus Pius to Gordian III allows a dating of the production of the cast coins between ca. 240 and before 260. Analysing the imprints proves that the mint discharged the used moulds from at least two different sites (land Ueberlé and land Löwenbrauerei). Cast denarii, antoniniani and sesterces, which are counterfeit coins, nevertheless are marginal in the monetary circulation in the city. They did not function as emergency coinage, but assured the earnings of some counterfeiters, without being able to vie with the Imperial coinage or presenting a danger to the fundamentals of the state’s monetary system.

 

Index:

Gilles, Karl-Josef

Title:

Griechische Souvenirs : antike Münzen aus Philippopolis und Perinth aus der Mosel bei Trier / Karl-Josef Gilles; Bernhard Weisser

Source:

Trierer Zeitschrift 69-70 (2008) p. 127-136

 

Index:

Hagen, Wilhelmine

Title:

Nachtrag zum Denarfund von Köln-Dünnwald : vergraben um 1275/80 / Wilhelmine Hagen

Source:

Hamburger Beiträge zur Numismatik 8 (1954) p. 231-239

 

Index:

Hahn, Fritz

Title:

Der Fund von Lengerich im Königreiche Hannover : Goldschmuck und römische Münzen / beschr. von Fr. Hahn

Published:

Hannover : Hahn’sche Hofbuchhandlung, 1854

 

Index:

Hiernard, Jean 1944-

Title:

Un témoin archéologique exceptionnel des invasions du IIIe siècle : la trouvaille de Hagenbach (Rhénanie-Palatinat) / Jean Hiernard

Source:

Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz 8 (1997) p. 255-260

 

Index:

Holt, Walter C.

Title:

Usurping a usurper : the revolt of Poemenius at Trier / Walter C Holt

Source:

Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 17 (2006) p. 71-80

 

Index:

Hundt, Friedrich Hector

Title:

Fund römischer Denare bei Niederaschau : Beigegeben ist die Bewerthung von Antoninianen von den Funden bei Klugham und bei Regensburg / von Friedrich Hector Graf Hundt

Published:

München : [s.n.], 1866

 

Index:

Huvelin, Hélène 1916-2006

Title:

Un antoninianus rétrograde de Tetricus I à l'atelier de Trèves / Hélène Huvelin

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 121 (Februar 1981) p. 3-4

 

Index:

Ilisch, Peter 1947-

Title:

Die römischen Goldmünzen aus Hiddenhausen : Kreis Herford, Regierungsbezirk Detmold / Peter Ilisch, Werner Best

Source:

Archäologie in Westfalen-Lippe (2009) p. 51-53

Abstract:

A stash of nine Roman gold coins dating from 320 to 330 was discovered near an Imperial period settlement in Hiddenhausen-Oetinghausen, which had been known for a long time. Since eight of the coins had been minted with the same die from the Trier mint, they probably came directly from there to the site and not through trading channels. The new find thus gives cause to re-evaluate the relationship that existed in Late Antiquity between the Romans on the left bank of the Rhine and the Germanic tribes on the right.

 

Index:

Kos, Peter 1950-

Title:

Ein theodosianischer Aes 4-Beutelfund aus Augsburg / von Peter Kos

Published:

[S.l. : s.n., 2006]

Note:

Offprint from: Bayerische Vorgeschichtsblätter 71 (2006) p. 95-112

 

Index:

Krmnicek, Stefan

Title:

Der numismatische Fingerabdruck : Fallstudien und Vorüberlegungen zum obergermanisch-rätischen Limes / Stefan Krmnicek & Klaus Kortüm

Series:

Uppsala University Coin Cabinet working papers ; 19

Published:

Uppsala : Uppsala Universitet, 2016

 

Index:

Kroha, Tyll 1929-

Title:

Gallische Kaiser in römischen Köln : Postumus, Laelianus, Marius, Victorinus und Tetricus / [T.K.]

Series:

Das Fenster ; Thema 122

Published:

[Köln] : Geldgeschichtliche Sammlung Kreissparkasse Köln, [1985]

 

Index:

Laser, Rudolf 1928-

Title:

Ein Münzhort der spätrömischen Zeit aus Holzthalleben, Kr. Sondershausen / Rudolf Laser

Source:

Alt-Thüringen 12 (1972) p. 251-266

 

Index:

López Sánchez, Fernando 1974-

Title:

Laeliano, el emperador de la 'legio XXX Ulpia' (268-269 d.C.) / Fernando López Sánchez

Source:

Limes XX : XX Congreso Internacional de Estudios Sobre la Frontera Romana = XXth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, León (España), Septiembre, 2006 : congreso celebrado bajo la presidencia de honor de su Majestad el Rey de España y con el apoyo de la Universidad de León / Ángel Morillo, Norbert Hanel & Esperanza Martín (eds.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2009. - (Gladius ; 13). - P. 1089-1102

 

Index:

Loriot, Xavier 1941-2012

Title:

Un procurateur de la monnaie de Trèves (CIL, VI, 1641) : nouvel examen / Xavier Loriot

Source:

Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz 9 (1998) p. 237-245

 

Index:

Mayer, Franz Anton

Title:

Abhandlung über einige Fundorte alter römischer Münzen im Königreiche Baiern / von Fr. Ant. Mayer

Published:

Eichstätt : bey J.M. Beyer ; Leipzig : bey J.A. Barth, 1824

 

Index:

Olbrich, Konstantin

Title:

Die Mainzer Prägung des Jahres 388 n. Chr. im Zuge der Eroberung Galliens durch Theodosius den Grossen  / Konstantin Olbrich

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 73 (1994) p. 97-108, pl. 1

 

Index:

Reece, Richard

Title:

Roman coins and the German frontier / Richard Reece

Source:

Vjesnik Arheološkog Muzeja u Zagrebu 3. s. 45 (2013) 1 (Svibanj) p. 499-506

Abstract:

The paper offers an analysis of coins from several forts on the German frontier using a method established in one of the author’s earlier articles in order to test the orthodox date for the establishing of the German limes (AD 90). The coin lists of the selected forts were analysed in order to see whether those coin lists are homogeneous as might be expected from a single date given to the frontier. The analysis of the basic coin evidence provided in this paper suggests a spread of dates for the forts, both for beginnings and ends, rather wider than the years around a single calendar date. Thus the numismatic data supports other archaeological evidence for the formation and function of the German limes.

 

Index:

Schiavone, Romina

Title:

Die Münzgussförmchen aus der Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Romina Schiavone

Published:

Mainz am Rhein : von Zabern, 2012

Note:

Offprint from: Xantener Berichte 24 (2012) p. 375-390

 

Index:

Steilberg, Albert

Title:

Der Denarfund von Köln-Dünnwald : vergraben um 1270 / Albert Steilberg

Source:

Hamburger Beiträge zur Numismatik 3 (1949) p. 20-48, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Thiry, Jean-Claude

Title:

Le trésor de Remagen (Rhénanie) : recherches sur une trouvaille d'imitations radiées. Pt. 1 / Jean-Claude Thiry

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Etudes Numismatiques 48 (2011) 2 (mai-août) p. 358-384

 

Index:

Thiry, Jean-Claude

Title:

Le trésor de Remagen (Rhénanie) : recherches sur une trouvaille d'imitations radiées. Pt. 2 / Jean-Claude Thiry

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Etudes Numismatiques 48 (2011) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 390-410

 

Index:

Voetter, Otto 1841-1926

Title:

Die Kupferprägung der Diocletianischen Tetrarchie. [3]: Treviri / Otto Voetter

Source:

Numismatische Zeitschrift 51 (1918) p. 181-190, pl. 10-31

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Die Gegenstempel auf den Münzen aus Hedemünden / Ulrich Werz

Source:

Römerlager Hedemünden : der augusteische Stützpunkt, seine Außenanlagen, seine Funde und Befunde / Klaus Grote ; mit Beitr. von Gustav Adolf Lehmann ... [et al.]. - Dresden : Sandstein Verl., 2012. - (Veröffentlichungen der Archäologischen Sammlungen des Landesmuseums Hannover ; Bd. 53). - P. 223-229

Abstract:

A total of nine countermarked coins were found in the Roman camp at Hedemünden. An investigation of the punches revealed a close relationship between the military bases Nijmegen, Vetera 1, Haltern, Mainz, Cologne and Hedemünden, which suggests that coins were delivered to all camps simultaneously.

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Gegenstempel auf Kupfermünzen des Augustus im Rheingebiet : Vorbericht über eine Neuaufnahme / Ulrich Werz

Source:

Rom, Germanien und die Ausgrabungen von Kalkriese : internationaler Kongress der Universität Osnabrück und des Landschaftsverbandes Osnabrücker Land e.V. vom 2. bis 5. September 1996 / Wolfgang Schlüter, Rainer Wiegels (Hg.). - Osnabrück : Universitätsverlag Rasch, 1999. - (Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption ; Bd. 1). - P. 305-326

Abstract:

Preliminary report and first results of an investigation into the countermarks of the Julio-Claudian emperors, which were punched on bronze coins in the West of the Roman Empire.

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Die Gegenstempel von Kalkriese und der Münzumlauf in frühtiberischer Zeit in der 'Germania inferior' und 'superior' / Ulrich Werz

Source:

Die Fundmünzen von Kalkriese und die frühkaiserzeitliche Münzprägung : Akten des wissenschaftlichen Symposions in Kalkriese, 15.-16. April 1999 / Rainer Wiegels (Hrsg.). - Möhnesee : Bibliopolis, [2000]. - (Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption ; Bd. 3). - P. 237-252

Abstract:

The deciphering and interpretation of the countermark AVG is discussed in this colloquium paper, which also demonstrates how early Tiberian coinage can be distinguished from late Augustan coinage circulating in the Rhine area with the help of countermarks.

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Die Prägungen des Augustus für seine Adoptivsöhne Caius und Lucius Caesar / Ulrich Werz

Source:

Neues Gold aus Kalkriese. - Kalkriese : Varusschlacht im Osnabrücker Land, 2016. - P. 16-29

Abstract:

With the new find of eight gold aurei in Kalkriese, the total number of gold coins found on the site has increased substantially. The new discovery demonstrates that gold played a significant role within the coin circulation of the early imperial era. The gold and silver coins minted by Augustus for his adoptive sons Caius and Lucius Caesar can be subdivided into several die groups according to the obverse legends, the size of the portrait and the reverse images. The coins themselves display additional indications as to how the images were engraved in the coin dies.

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Was die Soldaten im Beutel hatten : neue Goldmünzen aus Kalkriese / [Ulrich Werz]

Source:

FAN Post (2017) p. 16-18

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Zum Varus-Gegenstempel aus Sanne, Kreis Stendal / von Ulrich Werz

Published:

Mainz : von Zabern, 2003

Note:

Offprint from: Mainzer Zeitschrift 98 (2003) p. 107-109

Abstract:

Countermarks of the type VAR(i) stamped on a coin found in Mainz and a second coin from Sanne were produced using the same countermark punch. This provides us with information concerning the circulation of coinage in the early imperial period.

 

Index:

Werz, Ulrich

Title:

Zur Datierung des Römerlagers bei Hedemünden, Ldkr. Göttingen, durch gegengestempelte Fundmünzen / Ulrich Werz

Source:

Terra incognita? : Die nördlichen Mittelgebirge im Spannungsfeld römischer und germanischer Politik um Christi Geburt : Akten des Kolloquiums im Lippischen Landesmuseum Detmold vom 17. bis 19. Juni 2004 / Michael Zelle (Hrsg.). - Mainz am Rhein : von Zabern, 2008. - P. 187-190

Abstract:

The coins found in the military camp at Hedemünden and their countermarks provide a numismatic confirmation of the site's date, in the years 11-8/7 B.C.

 

Index:

Wigg-Wolf, David George 1956-

Title:

Dating Kalkriese : the numismatic evidence / David Wigg-Wolf.

Source:

Römische Präsenz und Herrschaft im Germanien der augusteischen Zeit : der Fundplatz von Kalkriese im Kontext neuerer Forschungen und Ausgrabungsfunde : Beiträge zu der Tagung des Fachs Alte Geschichte der Universität Osnabrück und der Kommission 'Imperium und Barbaricum' der Göttinger Akademie der Wissenschaften in Osnabrück vom 10. bis 12. Juni 2004 / hrsg. von Gustav Adolf Lehmann und Rainer Wiegels. - Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2007. – P. 119-134

 

Index:

Wigg-Wolff, David George 1956-

Title:

Die Fundmünzen aus den spätantiken Glaswerkstätten an der Hohenzollernstraße in Trier / David Wigg-Wolf

Published:

Trier : Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier, 2011

Note:

Offprint from: Trierer Zeitschrift 73-74 (2010-2011) p. 147-153

 

Index:

Wigg-Wolf, David George 1956-

Title:

North Gaul and Raetia / David Wigg-Wolf

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. 995-1001

 

Index:

Wigg-Wolf, David George 1956-

Title:

Supplying a dying empire? : the mint of Trier in the late-4th century AD / David Wigg-Wolf

Published:

Mainz : Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2016

Note:

Offprint from: Produktion und recyceln von Münzen in der Spätantike = Produire et recycler la monnaie au Bas-Empire / Jérémie Chameroy et Pierre-Marie Guihard (dir.). - Mainz : Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, 2016. - (RGZM-Tagungen ; Bd. 29). - P. 217-233

Abstract:

In the first half of the 4th century AD the imperial mint at Trier was the main supplier of coinage to the north-west provinces. Following the closure of the mint as a result of the Germanic invasions of the early 350s, Trier never regained its former prominence for the supply of bronze, now being of purely regional relevance. When Valentinian established his residence there in 367 the mint took on a completely different role, as the main supplier of precious metal in the West. This paper takes a detailed look at the changing fate of the mint at Trier during the late 4th century, and investigate how this illuminates the gradual disintegration of Roman power in the North-West in Late Antiquity.

 

Index:

Willers, Heinrich 1867-1915

Title:

Die römischen Silberbarren aus Dierstorf

Source:

Die Römischen Bronzeeimer von Hemmoor : nebst einem Anhange über die römischen Silberbarren aus Dierstorf / von Heinrich Willers. - Hannover : Hahn, 1901. – P. 223-239, pls. 11-13

 

Index:

Witte, Jean Joseph Antoine Marie de 1808-1889

Title:

Médailles de Bonosus / par J. de Witte

Published:

Paris : impr. de E. Thunot, 1859

Note:

Offprint from: Revue Numismatique nouv. sér. 4 (1859) p. 148-157