14. Monetary aspects, coin circulation

Index:

Callegarin, Laurent 1970-

Title:

Sociétés et pratiques monétaires dans l'espace pyrénéen occidental au second âge du Fer = Societies and monetary practices in the western Pyrenees during the second Iron Age / Laurent Callegarin

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. 315-334

 

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Collis, John 1944-

Title:

A typology of coin distributions / John Collis

Source:

World Archaeology 13 (1981) 1 (June) p. 122-128

Abstract:

Supporters of the ‘historical paradigm’ for interpreting preRoman British coinage still have not answered basicccriticisms that neither their initial assumptions nor their results are capable of testing. Likewise use of distribution maps is simplistic, and fails to take into account the differing types of coin distributions. A number of different find patterns are suggested for discussion, reflecting different types of coin usage for administrative and exchange purposes, and these will form one group of questions in a new survey of coinage which has just been initiated in Britain.

 

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Cunliffe, Barrington Windsor 1939-

Title:

Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul : some current problems

Series:

CBA research report ; no. 38

Published:

London : Council for British Archaeology, 1981

 

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Giard, Jean-Baptiste

Title:

La monnaie locale en Gaule à la fin du IIIe siècle, reflet de la vie économique / [Jean-Baptiste Giard]

Source:

Journal des Savants (1969) 1 p. 5-34

 

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Gorini, Giovanni 1941-

Title:

La legge di Gresham e le monete del Norico / Giovanni Gorini

Source:

I ritrovamenti monetali e la legge di Gresham : atti del III Congresso internazionale di numismatica e di storia monetaria, Padova, 28-29 ottobre 2005 / a cura di Michele Asolati, Giovanni Gorini. - Padova : Esedra, cop. 2006. - (Numismatica Patavina ; 8). - P. 35-44

 

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Gruel, Katherine 1953-

Title:

Circulations monétaires et modes de production du numéraire dans le monde celtique / Katherine Gruel, David Wigg-Wolf

Source:

L' âge du Fer en Aquitaine et sur ses marges : mobilité des hommes, diffusion des idées, circulation des biens dans l'espace européen à l'âge du fer ; actes du 35e colloque international de l'AFEAF (Bordeaux, 2-5 juin 2011) / sous la dir. de Anne Colin, Florence Verdin. - Pessac : Fédération Aquitania, 2013. – (Aquitania. Supplément ; 30). – P. 693-711

 

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Guichard, Vincent

Title:

À propos de la circulation monétaire en Gaule chevelue aux IIe et Ier siècles av. J.-C. = About the circulation of coinage in Gallia comata in the second and first centuries BC / Vincent Guichard … [et al.]

Source:

Revue Archéologique du Centre de la France 32 (1993) p. 25-55

Abstract:

The study starts with the chronological analysis of the assemblages from a number of late Iron Age sites, either well stratified or short-lived, from the Forez, the Auvergne and the Aisne valley. From these sites, it is possible to construct a number of regional chronologies to allow the study of the development of coinage in central and northern Gaul in the second-first centuries BC. In the central, central-eastern and north-eastern areas (and in south-eastern Britain), the earliest base coinage is always of cast bronze ('potin coins'). In certain areas, notably the centre-east, these remain the principal low-value coinage until the earliest Roman imperial emissions from Lyon, but elsewhere cast coins are progressively replaced by struck bronze. This redating leads on to a reconsideration of the sequence of settlements, especially in the Aisne valley. We thus advocate a 'long' chronology for the end of the La Tène period, and it is supported by other evidence such as dendrochronology. Certain aspects of the interpretation of the circulation of Gallic coinage require considerable revision.

 

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Guihard, Pierre-Marie

Title:

Circulation monétaire et utilisation économique de la monnaie de bronze dans l'actuelle Normandie au cours de la seconde moitié du Ier siècle av. J.-C. / Pierre-Marie Guihard

Source:

Circulations monétaires et réseaux d'échanges en Normandie et dans le Nord-ouest européen : (Antiqué-Moyen Âge) / actes publiés sous la direction de Jérémie Chameroy et Pierre-Marie Guihard. - Caen : Publications du CRAHM, 2012. - (Tables rondes du CRAHM ; 8). - P. 25-47

 

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Haselgrove, Colin

Title:

A new approach to analysing the circulation of Iron Age coinage / Colin Haselgrove

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 165 (2005) p. 129-174

 

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Jersey, Philip de

Title:

Les monnaies celtiques à travers la Manche : considérations sur la circulation et l’échange au cours de La Tène finale en Armorique, dans le sud de l’Angleterre et dans les îles anglo-normandes / Philip de Jersey

Source:

Circulations monétaires et réseaux d'échanges en Normandie et dans le Nord-ouest européen : (Antiqué-Moyen Âge) / actes publiés sous la direction de Jérémie Chameroy et Pierre-Marie Guihard. - Caen : Publications du CRAHM, 2012. - (Tables rondes du CRAHM ; 8). - P. 7-23

 

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Nick, Michael

Title:

Economic and social patterns in Celtic coin use / Michael Nick

Source:

Coins in context. I: New perspectives for the interpretation of coin finds : colloquium Frankfurt a.M., October 25-27, 2007 I / ed. by Hans-Markus von Kaenel and Fleur Kemmers. - Mainz : Von Zabern, cop. 2009. - (Studien zu Fundmu ünzen der Antike ; Bd. 23). - P. 173-186

 

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Pion, Patrick

Title:

Les caractères généraux et l'évolution de la circulation monétaire en Gaule nord-orientale aux IIe et Ier siècles avant J.-C. / Patrick Pion

Source:

Die Kelten und Rom : neue numismatische Forschungen = Les Celtes et Rome : nouvelles études numismatiques / hrsg. von Jeannot Metzler und David Wigg-Wolf. - Mainz am Rhein : Von Zabern, cop. 2005. - (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike ; Bd. 19). - P. 39-57

 

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Pion, Patrick

Title:

La monnaie mercenaire : une approche anthropologique des premiers monnayages celtiques au nord-ouest du complexe nord-alpin (IIIe siècle av. J.-C.) / Patrick Pion

Source:

Monnaie antique, monnaie moderne, monnaies d'ailleurs … : métissages et hybridations / sous la dir. de Patrick Pion et Bernard Formoso ; avec la collab. de Roland Étienne. - Paris : De Boccard, 2012. - (Colloques de la Maison René Ginouvès ; 8). - P. 151-164

Abstract:

The first metal currencies issued in the North West Alps were gold imitations of Greek staters, introduced in the early 3rd century BC by mercenaries from the Celtic contingents engaged in the Mediterranean at various fronts during the Hellenistic wars. However, do these really qualify as money and what meaning can be given to this event? Considering archaeological and historical sources in the light of concepts developed by economic anthropologists, we put forward this phenomenon as a revolution that was first and foremost politic in nature: far removed from the 'fable of barter miraculously rationalised by a new tool', minted coins were introduced not as a more or less general media for exchanges but as a new 'valuable' whose transfer (via the torc) into the sphere of prestige conferred on it a certain legitimacy. This play with tradition led to the sabotage of the traditional foundations of social order to the benefit of the warrior class. The event appears a posteriori to be a crucial one, explaining to a significant extent the social organisation of these peoples, as described in later sources.

 

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Reece, Richard

Title:

Roman monetary impact on the Celtic world-thoughts and problems / Richard Reece

Source:

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

 

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Rogers, George B.

Title:

Notes sur des rapports métrologiques : un système monétaire en Gaule de 43 à 23 av. J.-C. / George B. Rogers

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 28 (1986) p. 83-93

Abstract:

Des découvertes récentes permettent de mieux cerner le monnayage d'Antibes : lecture, interprétation et datation des diverses émissions de cette ville. Les monnayages de Transalpine sont également attribués à cette période 43-23 avant J.-C. et regroupés selon un système argent («oboles») bronze (deux dénominations), alors que d'autres bronzes plus lourds semblent utilisés en Gaule chevelue.

 

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Tapavički-Ilić, Milica

Title:

Relations of Celtic mintings to Roman monetary system (shown on the example of Scordisci and Treveri) / Milica Tapavički-Ilić

Source:

Starinar 55 (2005) p. 35-51

Abstract:

This paper deals with the problem of changes within monetary systems, by comparing the Celtic tribes of the Treveri and the Scordisci. Changes and processes are specified which are common for mints of both tribes – changes of metals used for minting, loss of weight within the same coin type, reduction of the territory in which coins have been distributed etc. Types which copy Roman republican coins have also been presented, as well as the coin types minted with the Roman permission.