10. Great Britain

Index:

Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Celtic coins from the Romano-British temple at Harlow, Essex. [Pt. I] / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 36 (1967) p. 1-6, pl. 5

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Celtic coins from the Romano-British temple at Harlow. Pt. II / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 36 (1967) p. 1-7, pl. 5-6

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Celtic coins from the Romano-British temple at Harlow. Pt. III / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 37 (1968) p. 1-5, pl. 6-7

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

A Celtic miscellany / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 34 (1965) p. 1-7

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

The Haslemere hoard / D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 31 (1962) p. 1-7, pl. 1

 

Index:

Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Les pièces d'argent minces du comté de Hampshire : nouveau lien entre la Gaule celtique et la Grande-Bretagne / D.F. Allen

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 7 (1965) p. 79-93

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

A remarkable Celtic coin from Canterbury / by Derek F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 28 (1955-1957) p. 443-448

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Some Ancient British notes / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 29 (1958-1959) p. 1-4, pl. 15

 

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Allen, Derek Fortrose 1910-1975

Title:

Three ancient British notes / by D.F. Allen

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 36 (1967) p. 8-10

 

Index:

Briggs, Daphne

Title:

Iron Age and Roman coins from Hayling Island temple / Daphne Briggs, Colin Haselgrove and Cathy King

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 62 (1992) p. 1-62, pl. 1-7

 

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Briscoe, Grace

Title:

An Icenian coin hoard from Lakenheath, Suffolk / by Lady Briscoe, R.A.G., Carson and R.H.M. Dolley

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 29 (1959) p. 215-219

 

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Burnett, Andrew Michael

Title:

Celtic coinage in Britain. II / A.M. Burnett and M.R. Cowell

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 58 (1988) p.1-10, pl. 1-9

 

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Burnett, Andrew Michael

Title:

Celtic coinage in Britain. III: The Waltham St Lawrence treasure trove / A.M. Burnett

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 60 (1990) p. 13-28, pl. 7-12

 

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Carlyon-Britton, Philip William Poole 1863-1938

Title:

Attribution of the Ancient British coins inscribed DIAS or DEAS / by P.W.P. Carlyon-Britton

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 8 (1911) p. 1-7

 

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Chadburn, Amanda

Title:

A hoard of Iron Age silver coins from Fring, Norfolk, and some observations on the Icenian coin series / Amanda Chadburn

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 60 (1958-1990) p. 1-12, pl. 1-6

 

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Clarke, Roy Rainbird 1914-1963

Title:

A hoard of silver coins of the Iceni from Honingham, Norfolk / by  R. Rainbird Clarke

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 28 (1955-1957) p. 1-10

 

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Cottam, G.L.

Title:

The 'cock bronzes' and other related Iron Age bronze coins found predominantly in West Sussex and Hampshire / G.L. Cottam

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 69 (1989) p. 1-18

 

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Cowell, Michael R.

Title:

Celtic coinage in Britain : new hoards and recent analyses / M.R. Cowell, W.A. Oddy and A.M. Burnett

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 57 (1987) p. 1-23

Abstract:

Details are given of seven hoards, including results of some metal analyses on these and other similar coins in the British Museum collection. 'Gallo-Belgic E', 'British B' or 'Chute', and 'Durotrigan' types are represented.

 

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Creighton, John 1964-

Title:

Coins and power in late Iron Age Britain / John Creighton

Published:

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000

Abstract:

This book deals with Britain in the centuries immediately before the Roman conquest: a period when the first individuals appeared in British history, and when a series of dynasties emerged to take control of much of Southern Britain. Combining archaeological, literary and numismatic evidence, it paints a vivid picture of how people in Late Iron Age Britain reacted to the changing world around them, and how rulers bolstered their power through use of imagery on coins, myths, language, and material culture. It includes illustrations of 246 Iron Age coins and a separate coin index.

 

Index:

Cunliffe, Barry W.

Title:

Money and society in pre-Roman Britain / Barry Cunliffe

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981. – P. 29-32

 

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Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

An account of some rare and unpublished ancient British coins, communicated to the Numismatic Society of London / by John Evans

Published:

London : [Numismatic Society of London], 1860

 

Index:

Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

The coins of the ancient Britons / arranged and described by John Evans

Published:

London : Smith, 1864

 

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Evans, John 1823-1908

Title:

The coins of the ancient Britons. Supplement / arranged and described by John Evans

Published:

London : Quaritch, 1890

 

Index:

Genechesi, Julia

Title:

Le pseudo monnayage de la reine Boudica / Julia Genechesi

Source:

Bulletin de l'Association de Amis du Musée Nonétaire Cantonal 24 (2011) p. 16-25

 

Index:

Grinsell, Leslie Valentine 1907-1995

Title:

Silver coins of the Dobunni from Naunton / [L. V. Grinsell]

Source:

Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 86 (1967) p. 193-194, pl. 28

 

Index:

Haselgrove, Colin

Title:

A computer-based information storage and retrieval scheme for Iron Age coin finds in Britain? / Colin Haselgrove and John Collis

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981. – P. 57-61

 

Index:

Haselgrove, Colin

Title:

Potin coinage in Iron Age Britain, archaeology and chronology / Colin Haselgrove

Source:

Gallia 52 (1995) p. 117-127

Abstract:

Cet article réexamine les origines, la chronologie et la diffusion des monnaies coulées en Bretagne insulaire. Il existe deux séries différentes de potins. La première série s'appelle d'habitude le type « Thurrock », d'après le dépôt qui y fut trouvé en 1987. Bien que ce type ressemble à LT 5284 - ce qui pourrait être son prototype direct - l'analyse des métaux et les trouvailles récentes suggèrent que cette série doit être insulaire avec pour origine le Kent. Elle commençait, probablement pendant la seconde moitié du IIe s. avant J.-C., à être émise alors que les monnaies gallo-belges en or devenaient courantes. La deuxième série insulaire - les potins linéaires bien connus du Kent - paraît tirer son origine du type « Thurrock ». Ces monnaies sont fréquemment trouvées sur des sites dans tout le sud-est de l'Angleterre. Les données de soixante-quinze sites et de plus de cent vingt contextes archéologiques différents ont été étudiées pour examiner la datation et la diffusion de cette série. Les résultats confirment la typologie de D. Allen et indiquent que les types précoces (les types A-L) se trouvent fréquemment dans des contextes datant d'avant 60 avant J.-C. Ces données - appuyées par les dépôts - suggèrent que la série linéaire a commencé vers 100 avant J.-C. et que sa fabrication a continué jusqu'à la seconde moitié du Ier s. avant J.-C. D'abord les monnaies coulées insulaires servaient probablement de monnaie à fonction spéciale et n'étaient utilisées que dans quelques opérations limitées ; après le milieu du Ier s. avant J.-C. cependant, leur diffusion et probablement leur fonction ont beaucoup changé. Les derniers types (types M-P) sont très étroitement associés à un nouveau réseau d'agglomérations avec des liens commerciaux étendus qui se sont développés à cette époque au nord et au sud de la Tamise. 

 

Index:

Hunter, Fraser

Title:

Iron Age coins in Scotland / Fraser Hunter

Source:

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 127 (1997) p. 513-525

Abstract:

A Corieltauvian plated stater recently discovered at Galadean, Borders, is described, and the few other Iron Age coin finds from Scotland are summarized. Attempts are made to explain why the peoples of northern Britain did not adopt coinage, in terms of relationships between the area and the coin-using south in the late pre-Roman Iron Age.

 

Index:

Hurst, Derek

Title:

The Pershore hoards and votive deposition in the Iron Age / Derek Hurst and Ian Leins

Source:

Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 79 (2013) p. 297-325

Abstract:

A large hoard of Iron Age coins was discovered by metal-detecting at Pershore, Worcestershire, in 1993. During small-scale archaeological excavation further Iron Age coins were recovered, including a likely second hoard. Further fieldwork in the same vicinity as the hoard(s) produced more Iron Age finds, including more coins, and a possible fragment of a twisted wire gold torc. In total 1494 Iron Age gold and silver coins were recovered. Geophysical survey indicated that the hoard(s) lay at the southern end of an extensive area of settlement which, based on the fieldwalking evidence, was mainly of Iron Age and Roman date. This covered an overall area of c. 10 ha, within which several areas of more intensive activity were defined, including enclosures and possible round-houses. It is suggested that the coin hoard(s) indicate the location of a Late Iron Age religious space in an elevated landscape position situated on the edge of a settlement which continued into the Roman period. As part of the archaeological strategy, specialist deep-search metal-detecting was undertaken in order to establish that the site has now been completely cleared of metalwork caches.

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Cunobelin's silver / by Philip de Jersey

Source:

Britannia 32 (2001) p. 1-44

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

The discovery of the Lightcliffe hoard / Philip de Jersey

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 77 (2007) p. 264-269, pl. 3

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Evidence of absence? : the rarity of gold in Durotrigan Iron Age coinage / Philip de Jersey

Source:

Communities and connections : essays in honour of Barry Cunliffe / ed. by Chris Gosden ... [et al.]. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007. - P. 367-386

 

Index:

Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Exotic Celtic coinage in Britain / Philip de Jersey

Source:

Oxford Journal of Archaeology 18 (1999) 2 p. 189-216

Abstract:

This paper examines the c. 250 ‘exotic’ Celtic coins found in Britain, defined as coins originating beyond Armorican and Belgic Gaul. The coins are considered in relation to their typology, their contexts of discovery and their distribution. Several key themes emerge: the occasional import of early continental staters, perhaps in the third century BC; the arrival of fine copies of Massiliot bronze issues during the second century BC, leading to the development of British potin coinage; and, from the first half of the first century BC, the importation of an increased number of exotic coins, mostly from central Gaul, primarily to Chichester, north-east Kent and the territories north of the Thames.

 

Index:

Kent, John Philip Cozens 1928-2000

Title:

The origins of coinage in Britain / J.P.C. Kent

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981. – P. 40-42

 

Index:

Kretz, Rainer

Title:

The Biga gold of Cunobelinus / Rainer Kretz

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 80 (2010) p. 24-50

 

Index:

Kretz, Rainer

Title:

The coinage of Rues / Rainer Kretz

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 77 (2007) p. 1-21

 

Index:

Kretz, Rainer

Title:

The Trinovantian staters of Dubnovellaunos / Rainer Kretz

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 78 (2008) p. 1-31

 

Index:

Leins, Ian

Title:

Coins in context : coinage and votive deposition in Iron Age south-east Leicestershire / Ian Leins

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 77 (2007) p. 22-48

 

Index:

Leins, Ian

Title:

Fragments reunited : reconstructing the Bedworth Iron Age hoard / by Ian Leins

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2011

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 171 (2011) p. 81-86

 

Index:

Lister, C.W.

Title:

Four Ancient British coins / by C.W. Lister

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 29 (1958-1959) p. 5-7, pl. 15

 

Index:

Mackensen, Michael 1949-

Title:

Die älteste keltische Gold- und Silberprägung in England / Michael Mackensen

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 24 (1974) p. 7-63, pl. 1-6

 

Index:

May, Jeffrey

Title:

Coinage and the settlements of the Corieltauvi in East. Midland Britain / Jeffrey May

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 64 (1994) p. 1-21, pl. 1

 

Index:

Robinson, P.H.

Title:

A local Iron Age coinage in silver and perhaps in gold in Wiltshire / P.H. Robinson

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 47 (1977) p. 5-20

 

Index:

Robinson, Paul H.

Title:

The problematical find of Ancient British and Gaulish coins from 'near Portsmouth' in 1830 / Paul Robinson

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 50 (1980) p. 1-6

 

Index:

Robinson, P.H.

Title:

The Savernake Forest find of Ancient British and Roman coins (1857) / P.H. Robinson

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 45 (1975) p. 1-11

 

Index:

Rodwell, Warwick

Title:

Iron Age coinage : a counter reply / Warwick Rodwell

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981

 

Index:

Rodwell, Warwick

Title:

Lost and found : the archaeology of find-spots of Celtic coins / Warwick Rodwell

Source:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems / ed. by Barry Cunliffe. - London : The Council for British Archaeology, 1981. – P. 43-47

 

Index:

Seaby, Wilfred Arthur 1910-1991

Title:

Early British coins found in Berkshire and the Silchester District. [I] / by W. A. Seaby

Source:

Berkshire Archaeological Journal 42 (1938) p. 75-91

 

Index:

Seaby, Wilfred Arthur 1910-1991

Title:

Early British coins found in Berkshire and the Silchester District. [II] / by W. A. Seaby

Source:

Berkshire Archaeological Journal 43 (1939) p. 38-45

 

Index:

Shortt, Hugh de Sausmarez

Title:

A new Durotrigic hoard from Godshill, Hampshire / H. de S. Shortt

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 30 (1960-1961) p. 1-5

 

Index:

Talbot, John

Title:

Before Boudicca: the Wickham Market hoard and the middle phase gold coinage of East Anglia / John Talbot and Ian Leins

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 80 (2010) p. 1-23, pl. 1-6

 

Index:

Williams, Jonathan

Title:

Coin-inscriptions and the origins of writing in pre-Roman Britain / Jonathan Williams

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 71 (2001) p. 1-17

 

Index:

Woods, David

Title:

Ravens, eagles, and a war of images between Verica and Epaticcus / David Woods

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 84 (2014) p. 1-8

Abstract:

Attention is drawn to the fact that the coinage of Epaticcus sometimes depicts a more aggressive interpretation of the same basic reverse theme as on the coinage of Verica, whether an eagle clasping a snake rather than an eagle with empty talons, or a dog crouched as if to spring rather than curled in sleep, in such a way as to suggest that this was deliberate.

 

Index:

Woods, David

Title:

Some unidentified Roman prototypes of British Celtic coins / David Woods

Source:

British Numismatic Journal 83 (2013) p. 1-14