09. Celt-Iberia

Index:      

Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel 1958-

Title:

Composición metálica de algunas monedas ibéricas del Museu d'Alcoi / Juan Manuel Abascal, Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Recerques del Museu d'Alcoi 4 (1995) p. 185-190

Abstract:

This paper contains the analysis made on twelve Iberian coins of the Alcoi Archaeological Museum coined ar different mints. The results obtained, along with the values provided by coins from other collections. show that the usual alloy was the ternary one of copper, tin ad lead, although important exceptions exist such as the mints issuing on pure copper.

 

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Abascal Palazón, Juan Manuel 1958-

Title:

Excavaciones y hallazgos numismáticos de Fernando Sepúlveda en Valderrebollo (1877-1879) / Juan Manuel Abascal Palazón

Source:

Wad-al-Hayara 22 (1995) p. 151-175

 

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Alfen, Peter G. van

Title:

A new Celtiberian Hacksilber hoard, c. 200 BCE / Peter G. van Alfen, Martín Almagro- Gorbea, and Pere Pau. Ripollès

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 20 (2008) p. 265-293, pl. 65-68

Abstract:

This study presents a Hacksilber hoard recently acquired by the ANS and argues for a significant role for Hacksilber in the monetization of Iberia in the third century BCE.

 

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Almagro Gorbea, Martín 1946-

Title:

Dipo. Ciudad 'Tartesico-Turdetana' en el valle del Guadiana / Martín Almagro-Gorbea, Pere Pau Ripollés, F. Germán Rodríguez Martín

Source:

Conimbriga 48 (2009) p 5-60

Abstract:

The coins of Dipo found in Guadajira (Badajoz), and the study of the Guadiana Valley in the Orientalizing Period has located this important preroman population of Lusitania. lts origin was a tartesian 'colony', similar to and rival oí Medellín-Conisturgis. Both towns controlled two parallel branches of the 'Via de la Plata' and the route from Olisipo to Oretum and Castulo, which connected the peripherical colonies of the northem tartesian world. The analysis of the classical references of Dipo, the discussions on its location, its archaeological findings, its topography and strategic importance, as well as the study of the typology, chronology, dispersion and catalogue of the coins mint in Dípo, identify definitely this town. It supposes an important contribution to the territorial structure of the Guadiana basin and of Lusítania in preroman times.

 

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Almagro Gorbea, Martín 1946-

Title:

La moneda hispánica con jinete y cabeza varonil : ¿tradición indígena o creación romana? = Iberian coins with horseman and male head : local tradition or roman origin? / Martín Almagro-Gorbea

Source:

Zephyrus 48 (1995) p. 235-266

Abstract:

The iconography of the coins of the Hispania Citerior is very important to understand the mythology, socio-cultural system and ideology of local equites which ruled the civitates or oppida which minted coins. Their interpretation is evolutive: the male head, originated from a ethno-poliadic divinity, would be identified as a heros ktístes becoming finally the representation of the authority. The horseman can be interpreted as a 'heros equitans Hispanus'. All these coins had indigenous types and legends and they show local ideology and functionsbecause they were minted by the élites of Iberian and Celtiberian towns. Thereby, its Roman origin must be considered a 'historiograhic' topos due to the growing assimilation of Román influences.

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

La moneda bilingüe de Usekerte/Osi / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 178-179 (septiembre-diciembre 2010) p. 9-15

 

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Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Un nuevo plomo monetiforme de Urso (Osuna) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Habis 42 (2011) p. 119-126

Abstract:

We offer a new kind of lead token from Urso, turned up in an auction recently. The obverse and reverse are taken from the two motives that this mint in the reverse: the sphinx and the bear. Comment about the estimated chronology to this inscription.

 

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Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Análisis de las reacuñaciones sobre obulco / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Cuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología 17 (1990) p. 307-314

Abstract:

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the importance of the coinage of Obulco, as a support of the overstrike of certain hispanic workshops. An overall catalogue of these overstrikes has been elaborated, where it is possible to see that the most used coins of Obulco coinciding with the most abundant issues of this workshop.

 

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Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

La imagen proyectada de Gadir a través de sus monedas / Alicia Arévalo González y Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Gadir y el círculo del Estrecho revisados : propuestas de la arqueología desde un enfoque social / Juan Carlos Domínguez Pérez (ed. cient.). - Ca ádiz : Universidad de Ca ádiz, 2011. - P. 321-351

 

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Beltrán Martinez, Antonio 1916-

Title:

Las antiguas monedas oscenses / Antonio Beltrán

Source:

Argensola 4 (1950) p. 305-326

 

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Blázquez Cerrato, Cruces

Title:

Las monedas de Salvacañete (Cuenca) y su significado en el tesoro / Cruces Blázquez y Ma. Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 71 (1998) p. 249-256

Abstract:

The absence of coin-illustrations Srom Cabre's 1936 publication of the 1st century BC assemblage from Salvacañete (Cuenca) has been a source of confusion. Previous accounts of the coin-element have usually been limited to the pieces housed either in the Museo Arqueológico Nacional, Madrid, or in the Museo de Cuenca. The psesenl revision takes account additionally of specimens deposited by Gómer-Moreno in the Instituto Valencia de Don Juan, Madrid, which almost certainly form part of the origind find. The numismatic material appears to have been deliberately chosen foi its iconographic content, with issues featuring either horses or bulls being preferred to contemporary coins of other types. A possible explanation is that they represent offerings to a divinity with animal associations; the depiction of a bee on one of the assemblage's non-numismatic items would suggest a cult similar tn rhat of Artemis.

 

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Boudard, Pierre-André 1797-1870

Title:

Essai sur la numismatique iberienne : précédé de recherches sur l'alphabet et la langue des ibères / par P.-A. Boudard

Published:

Paris : A. Leleux, 1859

 

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Callegarin, Laurent

Title:

Métal, objets d’échanges et systèmes pondéraux en péninsule Ibérique et dans le sud-ouest de la Gaule durant l’Antiquité / Laurent Callegarin et María Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Monnaie antique, monnaie moderne, monnaies d'ailleurs ... : métissages et hybridations / sous la dir. de Patrick Pion. - Paris : De Boccard, 2012. - P. 117-139

Abstract:

The article examines pre-monetary forms, where money is essentially considered in terms of its weight, and monetary forms, where the coin is progressively associated with its face value. The territories occupied by the peoples of the Iberian peninsula and of Aquitaine during the Iron Age show a multiplicity of processes and reactions when passing from the chrèma to the nomisma. In addition to the direct adoption of the second form, we observe a coexistence between both practices, before a progressive replacement or rejection of monetary striking. In order to understand this multiplicity, it is necessary to examine the sociopolitical and economic contexts of each of these peoples. Such an analysis allows us to understand the choices made with respect to the selected metal, the adopted standard and its shape and typology – elements which differentiate the peoples from each other. The choices made were as much in response to the historical evolution of each ethnic community as they were to external influences or proposals. As such, they were, by their very nature, intermingled.

 

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Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Los hallazgos monetales del poblado minero de La Loba (Fuenteobejuna, Córdoba) : análisis metalográfico / Francisca Chaves Tristán, Paloma Otero Morán y Blanca Gómez Tubío

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. 487-496

 

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Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Identidad, cultura y territorio en la Andalucía prerromana a través de la numismática : el caso de Gadir-Gades / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Identidades, culturas y territorios en la Andalucía prerromana / Fernando Wulff Alonso; Manuel Álvarez Martí-Aguilar (eds.). - Sevilla : Universidad de Sevilla, 2009. - P. 317-359

 

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Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

El papel de los 'itálicos' en la amonedación hispanica / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

Gerión 17 (1999) p. 295-315

 

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Dominguez Arranz, María Almudena

Title:

Hallazgos de monedas en la provincia de Huesca / [Almudena Domínguez Arranz]

Source:

Argensola 86 (1978) p. 391-397

 

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Dominguez Arranz, María Almudena

Title:

Nuevos hallazgos de bronces con leyenda celtibérica Arekorata / Ma. Almudena Domínguez Arranz

Source:

Bolskan 5 (1988) p. 249-262

 

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Estarán Tolosa, María José

Title:

La emisión bilingüe de Tamusia / María José Estarán Tolosa

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. 585-598

Abstract:

This paper deals with the bilingual coins attributed to the Celtiberic mint of Tamusia which bear a Latin legend Tamusiens(-) on the reverse and a Celtiberic one, tam, on the obverse. After obtaining a postquem date of minting for the Tamusiens coins from a clear imitation of a Roman denarius type, and after drawing a weight comparison to contemporary Hispanic coins, I propose an epigraphic analysis of the tam /Tamusiens(-) legend. This gave rise to quite a few peculiarities that affect the whole release, foremost among which are those that could throw doubt on its authenticity.

 

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Faria, António Marques de

Title:

Epigrafia monetária meridional / António Marques de Faria

Source:

Conimbriga 30 (1991) p. 13-21

Abstract:

Considering the fact that there are no serious problems in the reading of most ofthe signs belonging to southern Iberian script, we think it is time to present a complete list of words - personal and place names - included in coins that made use of that kind of script. A few proposals are made about the reading of some place names and also about the origin of personal names that have been almost ignored in other works.

 

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Ferrer i Jané, Joan

Title:

A propósito de un semis de ildir´da con leyenda erder : marcas de valor léxicas sobre monedas ibéricas / Joan Ferrer i Jané,  Francesc Giral Royo

Source:

Palaeohispánica 7 (2007) p. 83-99

Abstract:

This paper analyses a bronze coin from ildiŕda with the inscription erder that weights 8.2 gr. and displays in one face a schematic masculine figure and a walking wolf in the other. The coin is identified as a semis, because presents a half-moon, the distinctive mark of the semis in ildiŕda coins, and because de text erder is part of the value mark of the semis of undikesken and the hemidrachma of ars. The use of erder as a value mark with a value of ½ and the presence of erder and erdi in texts over lead plaques in favourable contexts to the presence of quantitative expressions, provide evidence about the correctness of a recent proposal that identifies as numbers some Iberian lexemes, because his resemblance to Basque numbers, among them ‘erdi’ (half).

 

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Ferrer i Jané, Joan

Title:

El sistema de numerales ibérico : avances en su conocimiento / J. Ferrer i Jané

Source:

Palaeohispánica 9 (2009) p. 451-479

Abstract:

This work defends the strength of the contextual and combinatorial arguments of the hypothesis proposed by Eduardo Orduña about the identification of several Iberian elements as numerals. Additionally, some aspects of the original hypothesis are corrected and new positive arguments are added, the most relevant are those related to the marks of value of the Iberian coins, because they are compatible with some of the proposed numerals.

 

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Ferrer i Jané, Joan

Title:

Sistemes de marques de valor lèxiques en monedes ibèriques / J. Ferrer i Jané

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 37 (2007) p. 53-73

Abstract:

En aquest article, s’aporten arguments en favor de la interpretació com a marques de valor de certes llegendes monetàries que especialment els numismàtics amb Leandre Villaronga al capdavant ja havien proposat amb aquesta funció. Malgrat que la interpretació tradicional en l’àmbit numismàtic està basada en els pesos reals de les monedes, en aquest article es defensa la interpretació d’aquestes marques com a indicadors del valor nominal. En l’àmbit metrològic, cal destacar que la coincidència de les marques dels hemiòbols d’ars, eteban i etar, amb les de les unitats de bronze d’undikesken, etaban i etar, permet considerar la hipòtesi que la relació teòrica entre dracmes i unitats de bronze ibèriques fos 1 : 12 enlloc d’1 : 15, que és la derivada de la tradicional interpretació de la marca eba. En l’àmbit lingüístic, cal destacar que la presència d’erder en les marques de les meitats de bronze d’ildiŕda i d’undikesken, així com en l’hemidracma d’ars, en contrast amb la presència de ban en les emissions d’unitats de bronze d’undikesken, són arguments favorables a considerar la hipòtesi que erder contingués el concepte ‘meitat’ i ban el d‘unitat’.

 

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Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Sobre la localización de Segrobrix y las monedas del yacimiento de Clunia / por Ma. Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 67 (1994) 169-170 p. 245-260

 

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Gil Farrés, Octavio

Title:

Tesoro de denarios hispano-romanos descubierto en la 'Muela de Taracena' (Guadalajara) / Octavio Gil Farrés

Source:

Wad-Al-Hayara 7 (1980) p. 205-216

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

La ceca de Turiazu : monedas celtibéricas en la Hispania republicana / Manuel Gonzalbes Fernandez de Palencia

Series:

Serie de trabajos varios ; no. 110

Published:

Valencia : Diputación de Valencia, Servicio de Investigacio ón Prehistórica del Museo de Prehistoria de Valencia, 2009

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

La Celtiberia como territorio emisor de moneda : una aproximación cuantitativa / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

IV Simposio sobre los celtíberos : economía : homenaje a José Luis Argente Oliber / coord. Francisco Burillo Mozota. - Zaragoza : Institución 'Fernando el Católico', 1999. - P. 395-402

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Circulación y uso de los denarios ibéricos / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Ús i circulació de la moneda a la Hispània Citerior : XIII Curs d'Història Monetària d'Hispània [26 i 27 novembre 2009] / coord. científica, Marta Campo. - Barcelona : Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Gabinet Numismàtic de Catalunya, 2009. - P. 83-103

Abstract:

This work focuses its interest on the major matters related to Iberian denarii: their chronology, function, use, metrology, typology and circulation. All of them are revised taking into consideration the monographic studies of mints published over the last 25 years, incorporating their data to the main theoretical proposals that have tried to explain the coinage of denarii in 21 mints of Hispania Citerior.

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Un cuño para fabricar denarios celtibéricos de turiazu / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Conii e scene di coniazione  / a cura di Lucia Travaini e Alessia Bolis. - Roma : Quasar, cop. 2007. - (Monete ; 2). – P. 253-257

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Los denarios ibéricos del tesoro de las Filipenses (Palencia) / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Boletín del Seminario de Estudios de Arte y Arqueología 3 (1997) p. 279-295

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Desarrollo y contexto de las emisiones de 'Turiazu' / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Kalathos 22-23 (2003-2004) p. 251-270

Abstract:

'Turiazu' minted silver and bronze coins in the sccond and first cenlury BC. Its output has been organized ¡nto six groups and includes huge quantities of denarii with the symbols ka-s-tu on the obverse. Their function is discussed taking into consideration that in the north of the Meseta, Celtiberian denarii were the almost only silver coins available for the Romans during the conquest episodes. In this conlext 'turiazu' is analized as a mint working for the Roman administraion.

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Dinero en Carpetania : hallazgos monetarios en El Lla- no de la Horca (Santorcaz, Madrid) = Money in Carpetania : monetary finds in El Llano de la Horca (Santorcaz, Madrid) / Manuel Gozalbes ... [et al.]

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. 335-352

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Divinitats i herois a les emissions iberes i celtiberes de la Citerior / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Deus i mites de l'antiguitat : l'evidencia de la moneda d'Hispania / Marta Campo ; José Beltrán ... [et al.]. - Barcelona : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2012. - P. 46-51, 90-97, 114-117

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Divinitats i imatges sagradas / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Els Ibers : cultura y moneda : [cataleg exposició] Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, del 21 de maig de 2009 al 2 de maig del 2010 / Marta Campo ; Alberto Aguilera Hernández ... [et al.]. -  Barcelona : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2009. - P. 64-69, 121-124

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Las monedas contramarcadas de Orosis / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Saguntum 29 (1996) p. 167-174

Abstract:

Thiss paper examines some countermarked coins from the Iberian mint of Orosis. The countermark, also in Iberian script, reveals an unusual behaviour on Iberian coins. The countermark is dated in the Republican period of the first century B.C.

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Las monedas de Turiazu / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Turiaso 17 (2003-2004) p. 135-153

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

La producción de Turiasu : plata frente a bronce / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Funció i producció de les seques indígenes : VI Curs d'Història monetària d'Hispània. - [Barcelona] : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Gabinet de Numismàtica de Catalunya, cop. 2002. - P. 125-145

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Trading with silver bullion during the third century BC : the hoard of Armuña de Tajuña / Manuel Gozalbes, Gonzalo Cores, Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. II / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : [International Numismatic Council]. 2011. – P. 1165-1170, pls. 1-2

Abstract:

The hoard of miscellaneous silver Armuña de Tajuña (Guadalajara, Spain) comprises dishes, jewellery (fibulae with animal adornments, neck-rings, bracelets and rings), Hacksilber and coins (complete, halves and quarters). The coins, already published in a previous paper (Ripollès / Cores / Gozalbes 2009), show that the hoard was buried by the end of the third or the beginning of the second century BC, but the economic relevance of the hoard lies in the silver fragments; their study contributes to our understanding of the role that silver bullion played as means of payment in the exchanges of the Iberian Peninsula at the turn of the third – second centuries BC, when the Second Punic War increased the use and the circulation of this metal.

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

L'univers animal i vegetal a les emissions indígenes d'Hispània / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Deus i mites de l'antiguitat : l'evidencia de la moneda d'Hispania / Marta Campo ; Jose é Beltra án ... [et al.]. - Barcelona : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2012. - P. 52-57, 90-97, 117-120

 

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Hill, George Francis 1867-1948

Title:

On the coins of Narbonensis with Iberian inscriptions / by George F. Hill

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 44

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1930

 

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Lacambra Bernad, José María

Title:

La estrella de Sertorio : monedas oscenses de mi colección, con un as de 'Bolscan' posiblemente inédito / por José María Lacambra Bernad

Source:

Argensola 43 (1960) p. 213-224

 

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López Sánchez, Fernando 1974-

Title:

Moneda ibérica y 'Gens mariana" (107-90 a.C.) = Iberian coinage and 'Gens mariana' (107-90 BC) / Fernando López Sánchez

Source:

Gladius 30 (2010) p. 171-190

Abstract:

The division between domi/rider reverses with a palm and armed militiae/rider in (Celt)iberian currency leads us to establish a link between certain mints and military camps. An example of this can be found in the Ikale (n) sken denarii, which must be related to the troops sent in the direction of Córdoba by Kese, in support of Sertorius (97-93 B.C.). The Sekobirikes denarii, on the other hand, were the coins used by the troops of Sekaisa while in the territory of the Arevaci with T. Didius and V. Flaccus (98-92 B.C.), and all of the bronze Catalan series corresponds with the start of the Bellum Sociale (90 B.C.). During the second century B.C., Rome waged war in Hispania on the invitation of cities such as Osca, Turiasu or Segeda-Sekaisa, which were threatened by powerful enemies. In the period of Marius the (Celt)iberian armies adopted a Roman approach to warfare. All of the (Celt)iberian currency was minted between the years 107 and 90 B.C., and as such it refl ects not the Roman conquest of Hispania, but the formation of a Hispanic branch of the Roman army.

 

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Lorichs, Gustaf Daniel von

Title:

Recherches numismatiques, concernant principalement les médailles celtibériennes. T. I / par Gust. Dan. De Lorichs

Published:

Paris : Firmin-Didot frères, 1852

 

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Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

La circulación monetaria en la ciudad de Acinipo (Ronda, Málaga) y las comunicaciones entre el Estrecho y el Valle del Guadalquivir / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Rutas, ciudades y moneda en Hispania : actas del II Encuentro Peninsular de Numismática Antigua, Porto, marzo de 1997/ R.M.S. Centeno, M.P. Garci ía-Bellido y G. Mora (coords.). - Madrid : CSIC, 1999. - P. 341-348

 

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Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Reacuñaciones en la ceca de Acinipo / Bartolomé Mora

Published:

Barcelona : Societat Catalana d'Estudis Numismàtics, filial de l'Institut d'Estudis Catalans, 1988

Note:

Offprint from: Acta Numismàtica 17-18 (1998) p. 89-100

 

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Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Sobre algunas reacuñaciones del taller de Acinipo / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Memoria [del] VII Congreso Nacional de Numismática, 12-15 de diciembre de 1989 / [María Ruiz Trapero ... et al.]. – P. 212-223

 

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Padrós Martí, Pepita

Title:

Algunos ejemplos de la relación existente entre cecas ibéricas y fundaciones tardorepublicanas en el nordeste de la ‘Hispania Citerior’ / Pepita Padrós Martí

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. 523-530

 

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Pérez Almoguera, José Arturo

Title:

Las monedas con nombres de étnicos del s. II a.C. en el nordeste peninsular : ¿reflejo de posibles circunscripciones?, ¿civitates con doble nombre? / Arturo Pérez Almoguera

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 81 (2008) p. 49-73

 

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Richard, Jean-Claude Michel

Title:

Monnaies gauloises du Cabinet numismatique de Catalogne : contribution à l'étude de la circulation monétaire dans la péninsule ibérique antérieurement à l'époque d'Auguste / par Jean-Claude Michel Richard

Source:

Mélanges de la Casa de Velazquez 8 (1972) p. 51-87

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Las monedas de la ceca de Oskumken / Pere P. Ripollès y Gonzalo Cores Uria

Source:

Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina 30 (2014) p. 317-326

Abstract:

This paper deals with the Iberian mint Oskumken. The reading of the reverse legend has been sometime wrong, because these coins are very rare and show a high degree of wear.

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Nouvelles pièces ibériques provenant du trésor de Barcus (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) / par Pere P. Ripollès, Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Antiquités Nationales 29 (1997) p. 93-98  

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Nouvelles pièces ibériques provenant du trésor de Barcus (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) / par Pere P. Ripollès, Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Antiquités Nationales 29 (1997) p. 93-98  

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

La documentación del gabinete de antigüedades de la Real Academia de la Historia y su contribución a la Nimismática Hispánica : el ejemplo de los 'tesorillos' de Azuara / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Revista General de Información y Documentación 16 (2006) 2 p. 187-194

 

Index:

Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

Noticia de un as de 'śekaisa' con contramarca de 'asido' procedente de Almendralejo (Badajoz) = Notice of as of ‘śekaisa’ with countermark of ‘asido’ from Almendralejo (Badajoz) / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Documenta & Instrumenta 5 (2007) p. 211-228

Abstract:

In this work, a coin from the mint of śekaisa found in Almendralejo (Badajoz) is made known. It is countermarked with a neopunic legend, which is interpreted as Asido. This piece would have been acquired by the Real Academia de la Historia in 1851. Antonio Delgado, former Anticuario, gathered this rare reseal. Of the three pieces with this countermark, this is the only one whose origin is known. Likewise, the accompanying coin set corresponds to what expected regarding the monetary circulation in the Beturia area, providing new information on this matter and confirming the origin.

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

Noticia de un tesorillo de denarios celtibéricos descubierto en Tarazona de Aragón (Zaragoza) en 1828 / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Numisma 250 (2006) p. 279-294

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

Nuevos datos sobre el tesoro celtibérico de Monte Lejarza-Larrabezúa (Vizcaya) = New information about the Celtiberian hoard from Monte Lejarza-Larrabezúa (Biscay} / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Zephyrus 63 (2009) (enero-junio) p. 135-154

Abstract:

Thanks to the original documentation preserved in the Real Academia de la Historia, it has been possible to rebuild the composition of the hoard of Monte Lejarza-Larrabezúa (Vizcaya). It consisted of one hundred and twenty one celtiberian ‘denarii’, half of them from the mint of ‘baskunes’, together with silver jewellery, most of them fragmented. Both the coins and the retrieved jewellery point to close relationships with the celtiberian world.

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

El tesoro celtibérico de Quintana Redonda (Soria) : nuevos datos y materiales / por Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 81 (2008) p. 229-241

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

Tesoros sertorianos : nuevas perspectivas desde datos antiguos / por Isabel Rodríguez Casanova

Source:

Actas [de] 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. 337-352

Abstract:

An examination of the source documentation relating to the discovery of some of the traditionally regarded «Sertorian» coin hoards, e.g. Quintana Redonda or Larrabezúa, has posed new queries regarding the date of both these and other findings. Aspects such as the composition of the hoard, the presence of jewelry or cookware, or the geographical distribution, must be reviewed in light of current scientific criteria, even at the expense of risking the demise of a model of explanation that has been applied to a great part of the coin hoards of this period in the Peninsula.

 

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Saulcy, Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de 1807-1880

Title:

Essai de classification des monnaies autonomes de l'Espagne / par F. de Saulcy

Published:

Metz : S. Lamort, 1840

 

Index:

Saulcy, Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de 1807-1880

Title:

Recherches sur l'ècriture celtibèrienne ou Essai de classification des monnaies autonomes de l'Espagne / par F. de Saulcy, ...

Published:

[S.l. : s.n., ca. 1840]

 

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Valk, Hans van der

Title:

Zoektocht naar Bolskan / Hans van der Valk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 32 (2008) 4 p. 161-161

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Aportacion a la localizacion de la ceca de Ikalkusken / L. Villaronga

Source:

Nummus 2a ser. 1 (1978) p. 31-35

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

En torno a un hallazgo de denarios de Beligio / [Leandro Villaronga]

Source:

Ampúrias 30 (1968) pp. 225-236

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Las monedas de Iltirda con lobo en el reverso / [Leandro Villaronga]

Source:

Ampúrias 31-32 (1969-1970) p. 259-271

 

Index:

Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Notas a un hallazgo de denarios en Maluenda (Zaragoza) / por Leandro Villaronga

Source:

Ampúrias 26-27 (1964-1965) p. 165-179