04. Greece

Index:

Alexopoulou, Georgia

Title:

The coins / Georgia Alexopoulou and Kleanthis Sidiropoulos

Source:

Kalydon in Aitolia : Danish/Greek Field Work 2001-2005 / ed. by Søren Dietz and Maria Stavropoulou-Gatsi. - Århus : Århus University Press, 2011. - P. 549-573

Abstract:

From 2001-2005 excavations took place in three areas of Kalydon1, one of the most important cities in Old Aitolia. Trenches were located in the Stoa along the Holy Road3, at the Theatre and in three places inside the city wall. Amongst the architectural remains and small finds brought to light in the excavations, 162 coins were discovered, of which it has been possible to classify 125 pieces. The remainder are unattributed because of their poor state of preservation. This report also considers the coins, which were found on the surface or accidentally. The coins from each area are listed in common numismatic/geographical order. This report is a preliminary presentation of the coins and not a detailed study, which will be published in due course.

 

Index:

Alfen, Peter Gerritt van

Title:

The Chalkid(ik)ian beginnings of Euboian coinage / Peter G. van Alfen

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 255-283, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Le monnayage d'Hadrien à Epidaure / [Michel Amandry]

Source:

Revue des Etudes Grecques 106 (1993) 2 p. 329-332

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Le monnayage de Dymé (Colonia Dumaeorum) en Achaïe : corpus / Michel Amandry

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 23 (1981) p. 45-67, pl. 13-16

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Une nouvelle émission dyméenne / Michel Amandry

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 25 (1983) p. 53-56, pl. 10

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Le monnayage des Duovirs corinthiens / par Michel Amandry

Series:

Suppléments de Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique ; 15

Published:

Athènes : École Française d'Athènes, 1988

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Una representación de Cleopatra en la ciudad aquea de patras (HGC 5 57) / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismática 43 (2013) p. 53-64

 

Index:

Barbié du Bocage, Jean Denis 1760-1825

Title:

Recueil de cartes géographiques, plans, vues, et médailles de l'ancienne Grèce : relatifs au Voyage du jeune Anacharsis, précédé d'une analyse critique des cartes / [par Jean Denis Barbié du Bocage]

Published:

Paris : Garnery, 1819

 

Index:

Blanchet, Jules Adrien 1866-1957

Title:

Une monnaie de fer : Athènes ou Mégare? / [Adrien Blanchet]

Source:

Journal International d'Archéologie Numismatique 10 (1907) p. 269-272

 

Index:

Bloesch, Hansjörg 1910-1992

Title:

Noch einmal Skione / Hansjörg Bloesch

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 51-54 (Mai 1964) p. 59-61

 

Index:

Boehringer, Christof 1934-

Title:

Zu Chronologie und Interpretation der Münzprägung der Achaischen Liga nach 146 v. Chr. / [Christof Boehringer]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 103-108

 

Index:

Boehringer, Christof 1934-

Title:

Zur geschichte der Achaischen Liga im 2. und 1. Jh. v. Chr. : im Lichte des Münzfundes von Poggio Picenze (Abruzzen) / Christof Boehringer

Source:

Achaia und Elis in der Antike : Akten des 1. internationalen Symposiums, Athen, 19.-21. Mai 1989 / A.D. Rizakis (Hrsg.). - Athen : Institut für Griechische und Römische Antike, Nationales Hellenisches Forschungszentrum, 1991. - P. 163-170 

 

Index:

Callataÿ, François Philippe Edouard Léon de 1961-

Title:

Le monnayage d’argent émis par les Ainianes au type d’Athéna Parthénos / François de Callataÿ

Source:

To nomisma sto thessaliko chōro : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria : archaioi, byzantinoi, neōteroi chronoi : praktika synedriu tēs 3. epistēmonikēs synantēsēs = Coins in the Thessalian Region : mints, circulation, iconography, history : ancient, Byzantine, modern : proceedings of the third scientific meeting. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2004. - (Obolos ; 7). - P. 125-156

 

Index:

Caramessini-Oeconomides, Mando

Title:

Deux trésors de statères éginètes du Cabinet des médailles d'Athènes / Mando Caramessini-Oeconomides

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 120 (November 1980) p. 81-90

 

Index:

Caramessini-Oeconomides, Mando

Title:

The Hierapytna hoard : a supplement / Mando Caramessini-Oeconomides and Fred S. Kleiner

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 121 (1975) p. 5-19, pl. 1-8

 

Index:

Clerk, Malcolm George 1836-

Title:

Catalogue of the coins of the Achæan League / comp. by M.G. Clerk

Published:

London : Quaritch, 1895

 

Index:

Coupar, Sally-Anne

Title:

The chronology and development of the coinage of Corinth to the Peloponnesian War. Vol. I / by Sally-Anne Coupar

Published:

Glasgow : University of Glasgow, 2000

Abstract:

This study's objective is to elucidate the numismatic history of the city of Corinth from the inception of the coinage to the beginning of the Peloponnesian War in 431BC. The method used in pursuit of the objective was to carry out a comprehensive die study which collected and analysed all known Corinthian dies with curved wing Pegasus type. Hoard and overstrike evidence was used to help order the sequence of the dies, as was the stylistic development. The numismatic, historical and archaeological evidence provided key dates which anchored the sequence and allowed the chronology of the coinage of Corinth to be revealed. The results of this study show that Corinth was one of the earliest Greek cities to issue coins. The silver necessary for the coinage was obtained from the coins of other cities and probably also from mines in the Thrace and Macedonian area. The main mint of Corinth was supplemented by an auxiliary mint at times and it also provided either dies or coins for Corinthian colonies. This study's conclusions indicate that the output from the Corinthian mint was sustained and prolific, and participation in the Corinthian economy was rigorously controlled by the city authorities. This study has also shown that the only evidence for a break in activity at the Corinthian mint is in the mid 450's BC, and that the operation of the mint was not affected by the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War.

 

Index:

Coupar, Sally-Anne

Title:

The chronology and development of the coinage of Corinth to the Peloponnesian War. Vol. II / by Sally-Anne Coupar

Published:

Glasgow : University of Glasgow, 2000

Abstract:

This study's objective is to elucidate the numismatic history of the city of Corinth from the inception of the coinage to the beginning of the Peloponnesian War in 431BC. The method used in pursuit of the objective was to carry out a comprehensive die study which collected and analysed all known Corinthian dies with curved wing Pegasus type. Hoard and overstrike evidence was used to help order the sequence of the dies, as was the stylistic development. The numismatic, historical and archaeological evidence provided key dates which anchored the sequence and allowed the chronology of the coinage of Corinth to be revealed. The results of this study show that Corinth was one of the earliest Greek cities to issue coins. The silver necessary for the coinage was obtained from the coins of other cities and probably also from mines in the Thrace and Macedonian area. The main mint of Corinth was supplemented by an auxiliary mint at times and it also provided either dies or coins for Corinthian colonies. This study's conclusions indicate that the output from the Corinthian mint was sustained and prolific, and participation in the Corinthian economy was rigorously controlled by the city authorities. This study has also shown that the only evidence for a break in activity at the Corinthian mint is in the mid 450's BC, and that the operation of the mint was not affected by the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War.

 

Index:

Desneux, Jules

Title:

Les tétradrachmes d'Akanthos / [Jules Desneux]     

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 95 (1949) p. 5-122, pl. 1-38

 

Index:

Destrooper-Georgiades, Anne

Title:

Note sur les monnaies trouvées en 1991 près d'Alyki à Larnaca / [Anne Destrooper-Georgiades]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 119 (1995) 2 p. 417-429

 

Index:

Drew-Bear, Thomas

Title:

Münzpräger aus Akmonia ? / [Thomas Drew-Bear, Toma Lochman]

Source:

Arkeoloji Dergisi 1 (1991) p. 51-60

 

Index:

Fisher, Joan E.

Title:

Coins : Corinth excavations, 1976, forum southwest / [Joan E. Fisher]

Source:

Hesperia 49 (1980) 1 (January-March) p. 1-29, pl. 1

 

Index:

Fisher, Joan E.

Title:

Coins : Corinth excavations, 1977, forum southwest / [Joan E. Fisher]

Source:

Hesperia 53 (1984) 2 (April-June) p. 217-250, pl. 39-40

 

Index:

Flament, Christophe

Title:

Classement stylistique et essai de périodisation des monnaies au loup d'Argos.[I] / Christophe Flament

Source:

Revue Numismatique 165 (2009) p. 81-105

Abstract:

This article proposes a stylistical analysis of the Argive ‘Wolfs’ with symbols and letters on the reverse. On the basis of this examination, the author defines three major periods within this coinage, which do not strictly correspond to the evolution of the design of the reverse. The author also discuss the signification of the secondary devices on the reverse : for the most ancient series, it seems that those marks do not refer to mint magistrates but are actually mint combinations

 

Index:

Flament, Christophe

Title:

Classement stylistique et essai de périodisation des monnaies au loup d'Argos. II : Les émissions du Ve siècle

Source:

Revue Numismatique 169 (2012) p. 159-178

Abstract:

This article proposes a classification of the first Argive coins that complements a previous study dedicated to the same topic published in RN. Two groups are established on a technical, stylistic and characteroscopic basis. The first includes the most ancient coins issued by the city – including the famous drachms – for which, unfortunately, no firm date can be proposed. The second, and far more important group, consists of coins issued during the second third of the Vth century and which seem to have immediately preceded the issues with symbols and letters on the reverse. This new evidence somewhat modifies the chronology previously proposed

for the different phases of the Argive coinage.

 

Index:

Franke, Peter Robert 1926-

Title:

Eine bisher unbekannte Münze aus dem thessalischen Argura / Peter Robert Franke

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 22 (Juli 1956) p. 25-29

 

Index:

Franke, Peter Robert 1926-

Title:

Die erste Münze von Olea in Thessalien / Peter Robert Franke

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 37 (Mai 1960) p. 1-3

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

Catalogue of Greek coins. Peloponnesus (excluding Corinth) / by Percy Gardner ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [10]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1887

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum. Thessaly to Aetolia / by Percy Gardner ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [6]

Source:

London : The Trustees [of the British Museum], 1883

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

The coins of Elis / by Percy Gardner

Published:

London : [s.n.], 1879

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle n.s 19 (1879) p. 221-273, pl. 11 -16

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

The earliest coins of Greece proper / by Percy Gardner

Published:

London : pulished for the British Academy by H. Frowde, Oxford University Press, [1912]

Note:

Offprint from: Proceedings of the British Academy 5 (1912)

 

Index:        

Georgiou, Evangelia

Title:

Acarnanian Astacus : new numismatic evidence / Evangelia Georgiou

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. 253-258

 

Index:

Gerin, Dominique

Title:

Les statères de la ligue arcadienne / Dominique Gerin

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 65 (1986) p. 13-31, pl. 2-5

 

Index:

Gerin, Dominique

Title:

Une trouvaille de fractions d'argent à Porto Heli : addendum / Dominique Gerin, Adonis Kyrou, Pierre Requier

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 156 (November 1989) p. 81-82

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

La circulation monétaire à Argos d’après les monnaies de fouille de l’ÉFA (’Ecole française d’Athènes) / Catherine Grandjean

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 199-202

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

La circulation monétaire à Thespies (Béotie) / Catherine Grandjean

Source:

Nomisma : la circulation monétaire dans le monde grec antique : colloque international, Athènes, 14-17 avril 2010 / éd. par Thomas Faucher, Marie-Christine Marcellesi, Olivier Picard. - Athènes : École Française d'Athènes ; Paris : De Boccard, cop. 2011. - (Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique. Suppl. ; 53). - P. 257-271

Abstract:

The numismatists were not involved in the debates about the achievements of the surveys, perhaps because only short lists of the discovered coins have been published. However a systematic approach to the population and its economic activities in certain areas may give indications about the problem of monetization in ancient Greece. The use of this method in Messenia has shown a slow spreading of coinage from Messene and its surrounding harbours (as early as the 4th c. BC) to the countryside (in the 2nd c. BC). This paper attempts to analyse the contribution of coinage to our knowledge of human activities in the Boeotian countryside. A convergence appears between the coins found in the surveys and those from the excavations. The results suggest that considerations of spatial occupation were most important during the Classical and the Hellenic periods and before the decline set during the Empire.

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

Coinage and history of Messenia (Peloponnesus) until the end of the hellenistic period / Catherine Grandjean

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. 259-262

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine

Title:

Les comptes de Pompidas (IG VII 2426) : drachmes d'argent symmachique et drachmes de bronze / [Catherine Grandjean]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 119 (1995) 1 p. 1-26

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

Identité civique et réalités monétaires en Grèce ancienne / Catherine Grandjean

Source:

Revue Numismatique 169 (2012) p. 11-21

Abstract:

Although an important marker of collective identity, coinage is often absent from current research on civic identity in Ancient Greece. In those cases where it is mentioned, it is often treated within a framework set by written sources, following the approach of M. I. Finley, with the aim of understanding it as a political tool. The issue becomes rather less simple as soon as coins themselves are closely studied. While cities usually chose with great care the types and legends for their coinage, they sometimes produced types with no relation to local traditions. Moreover, they allowed foreign coins to circulate in great numbers within their territory, even bronze coins, as we will show below with the case of Argos.

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

Les monnaies du Péloponnèse de la fin de l’époque hellénistique : l'apport de l'analyse élémentaire / Catherine Grandjean et Maria Filomena Guerra

Source:

XII. Internationaler Numismatischer Kongress Berlin 1997 : Akten = proceedings = actes. I / hrsg. von Bernd Kluge und Bernhard Weisser. - Berlin : Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, 2000. – P. 1264-1274. – P. 300-305

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

Monnaies et circulation monétaire à Messène du second siècle av. J.-C. au premier siècle ap. J.-C. / [Catherine Grandjean]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 115-122

 

Index:

Grandjean, Catherine 1957-

Title:

Le monnayage d'argent et de bronze d'Hermioné, Argolide / Catherine Grandjean

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 32 (1990) p. 28-55, pl. 8-11

 

Index:

Grigorova, Valentina 1966-

Title:

Les représentations des monuments sur les monnaies d'Argos / Valentina Grigorova

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 78 (1999) p. 81-99, pl. 12

 

Index:

Guittet, Philippe

Title:

Arsinoë, Thespies et Orchomène de Béotie : un type monétaire régional ? / Guittet (Philippe)

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 67 (2012) 4 (avril) p. 82-87

 

Index:

Hackens, Tony 1939-1997

Title:

Un atelier monétaire dans un temple argien ? / [Tony Hackens et Héléni Konsolaki]

Source:

Études Argiennes. - Athènes : École française d'Athènes, 1980

 

Index:

Head, Barclay Vincent 1844-1914

Title:

Catalogue of Greek coins. Attica, Megaris, Aegina / by Barclay V. Head ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

A catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [11]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1888

 

Index:

Head, Barclay Vincent 1844-1914

Title:

Catalogue of Greek coins. Corinth, colonies of Corinth, etc. / by Barclay V. Head ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [13]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1889

 

Index:

Head, Barclay Vincent 1844-1914

Title:

Catalogue of Greek. Central Greece : (Locris, Phocis, Boeotia and Euboea) / by Barclay V. Head ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [8]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1884

 

Index:

Head, Barclay Vincent 1844-1914

Title:

On the chronological sequence of the coins of Boeotia / by Barclay V. Head

Published:

London : Rollin & Feuardent, 1881

 

Index:

Head, Barclay Vincent 1844-1914

Title:

On the chronological sequence of the coins of Ephesus / by Barclay V. Head

Published:

London : Rollin & Feuardent, 1880

 

Index:

Heinrichs, Johannes

Title:

Athen und Argos in der Mitte des 5. Jh. : ein Reflex des argivischen Münzbilds bei Aischylos / Johannes Heinrichs

Source:

Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 177 (2011) p. 23-25

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Deux attestations du 'Victoriat' dans les listes d'affranchissement de Thessalie / B. Helly

Published:

Louvain-la-Neuve : Association internationale des numismates professionnels, 1982

Note:

Offprint from: Actes du 9ème Congrès international de numismatique, Berne, septembre 1979 = Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics, Berne, September 1979 / éd. Tony Hackens, Raymond Weiller. - Louvain-la-Neuve : Association internationale des numismates professionnels, 1982. - (Publications / Association internationale des numismates professionnels ; no. 7). – P. 165-176

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Le 'diorthôma' d'Auguste fixant la conversion des statères thessaliens en deniers : une situation de 'passage à la monnaie unique' / Bruno Helly

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 63-91

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Les émissions monétaires de la Confédération Thessalienne (IIer–Ier s. av. J.C.) / [Bruno Helly]

Published:

Louvain-la-Neuve : Séminaire de numismatique Marcel Hoc, 1987

Note:

Offprint from: Rythmes de la production monétaire, de l'antiquité à nos jours : actes du colloque international organisé à Paris du 10 au 12 janvier 1986 par la Monnaie de Paris, le Centre national de la recherche scientifique et le Séminaire de numismatique Marcel Hoc de l'Université catholique de Louvain / éd. par Georges Depeurot, Tony Hackens et Ghislaine Moucharte ; préf. de Jacques Campet. - Louvain-la-Neuve : Séminaire de numismatique Marcel Hoc, 1987. - (Numismatica Lovaniensia ; 7). – P. 39-53, pl. 2

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Le groupe des monnaies fédérales thessaliennes avec Athéna ‘aux pompons’ / Bruno Helly

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 8 (1966) p. 7-32

 

Index:

Heyman, Carlo 1920-1994

Title:

Les monnaies de Peuma en Thessalie / [Carlo Heyman]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 113 (1967) p. 1-9, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Hourlier, Michel

Title:

Une balle de fronde au nom d'Onomarchos et sa monnaie / Michel Hourlier

Source:

Revue Numismatique 162 (2006) p. 51-55

Abstract:

A lead sling bullet bears an inscription on its side which is likely to be the name of a famous Phocian warrior, who won fame during the Third Sacral War, beginning in 356 BC. Onomarchos and his brother Phayllus struck coins in their names. Finally, with the metal won from the heavy penalty the Phocians had to pay after the war, the Amphictionic League struck a silver coin.

 

Index:

Huber, Katharina

Title:

Typologische Untersuchung zu festlandgriechischen und ägyptischen Lokalprägungen zur Zeit der Griechenlandreise des Kaisers Nero / Katharina Hube

Source:

Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Numismatischen Gesellschaft 54 (2014) 2 p. 75-99

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

Die Münzen Akarnaniens / von F. Imhoof-Blumer

Published:

Wien : Manz, 1878

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatische Zeitschrift 10 (1878)

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

A numismatic commentary on Pausanias / by F. Imhoof-Blumer and Percy Gardner

Published:

London : Clay, 1887

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

Zur Münzkunde Boeotiens und des peloponnesischen Argos /  von F. Imhoof-Blumer

Source:

Numismatische Zeitschrift 9 (1877) p. 1-62, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

Zur Münzkunde und Palaeographie Boeotiens / von Fr. Imhoof-Blumer

Source:

Numismatisches Zeitschrift 3 (1871) p. 321-387, pl. 9-10

 

Index:

Jongkees, Jan Hendrik 1913-1967

Title:

Notes on coin types of Olympia / J. H. Jongkees

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 10 (1968) p. 51-63

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

Epidamnus or Ephyre (Elea) : a note on the coinage of Corinth and her colonies at the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War / J.H. Kagan

Source:

Studies in Greek numismatics in memory of Martin Jessop Price / ed. by Richard Ashton and Silvia Hurter ; in association with Georges Le Rider and Roger Bland. - London : Spink, 1998. - P. 163-173, pl. 36-37

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

Epidamnus, Anactorium, and Potidaea : Corinthian-style 'pegasi' at the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War / Jonathan Kagan

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 2013

Note:

Offprint from: American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 25 (2013) p. 1-9, pl. 1-2

Abstract:

The physical reappearance of a coin of Epidamnus previously known only from a 19th century engraving, allows the author to refine an argument first put forward by Kraay in the 1970s and modified by the author in 1998 that there was a concentrated minting of coins by Corinth and her colonies in preparation for the war with Corcyra (c. 435 bc). Leucas and Ambracia which had previously struck Corinthian-style coins are joined at this moment by first-time issues of Pegasi from Anactorium, Epidamnus and Potidaea. The appearance of coins from the latter two mints has important historical implications relating to the immediate causes of the Peloponnesian War as outlined by Thucydides.

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

Notes on the coinage of Mende / Jonathan Kagan

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 26 (2014) p. 1-32, pl. 1-5

Abstract:

The author examines four aspects of the Classical coinage of Mende: 1) the start of the two-sided coinage with the Dionysus-on-ass type which is dated to c. 460; 2) the date of burial of the Kaliandra hoard which is analyzed in connection with the Scione 1991 hoard; both are dated c. 423; 3) the coinage of Mende between 423 and 400, which is shown to continue on the Euboic standard until 405 when the types and weights change; 4) the iconography of the bird found on the coins. Magpies and Eurasian jays are suggested as alternatives to crows.

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

The so-called Persian weight coins of Larissa / Jonathan Kagan

Source:

To nomisma sto thessaliko chōro : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria ; archaioi, byzantinoi, neōteroi chronoi ; praktika synedriu tēs 3. epistēmonikēs synantēsēs = Coins in the Thessalian Region : mints, circulation, iconography, history : ancient, Byzantine, modern / [epimeleia keimenōn, Loula Kypraiou]. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2004. - (Obolos ; 7). - P. 79-86

 

Index:

Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia

Title:

A 2nd century BC bronze hoard of Euboean coins from Macedonia (?) / Sophia Kremydi

Source:

Tekmeria 10 (2011) p. 213-224

 

Index:

Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia

Title:

Hoard evidence from Thessaly in the second and first centuries BC : from a 'multi-currency' to a 'double-currency' system / Sophia Kremydi-Sicilianou

Source:

To nomisma sto thessaliko chōro : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria : archaioi, byzantinoi, neōteroi chronoi : praktika synedriu tēs 3. epistēmonikēs synantēsēs = Coins in the Thessalian region : mints, circulation, iconography, history - ancient, Byzantine, modern : proceedings of the third scientific meeting. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2004. - (Obolos ; 7). - P. 235-258

 

Index:

Kremydi-Sicilianou, Sophia

Title:

Le monnayage d’époque sévérienne frappé à Aigosthènes en Mégaride / Sophia Kremydi and Michel Amandry

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 97-106, pl. 1

Met samenvatting

 

Index:

Kroll, John H. 1938-

Title:

Dating the earliest coins of Athens, Corinth and Aegina / John H. Kroll and Nancy M. Waggoner

Source:

American Journal of Archaeology 88 (1984) 3 (July) p. 325-340

Abstract:

An article recently published in this journal (D. Kagan, AJA 86 [1982] 343-60) proposes to revive a seventh century B. C. dating for the earliest coinages of Aegina, Corinth and Athens, in keeping with the ancient testimonia that connect coinage with Pheidon of Argos and the reforms of Solon. Apart from such testimonia, however, the only chronological argument adduced for this dating is Kagan's contention that coinage began in Lydia and Ionia near the beginning of the seventh century. Here we review the very considerable body of literary, typological, contextual, metallurgical, stylistic and comparative numismatic evidence that bears on the chronology of archaic Aeginetan, Corinthian and Athenian coinage, and conclude that, regardless of when in the seventh century coinage developed in western Asia Minor, it was not introduced at Aegina, Corinth and Athens until the sixth century B.C.

 

Index:

Kroll, John Hennig 1938-

Title:

Traditionalism vs romanization in bronze coinages of Greece, 42-31 B.C. / [John H. Kroll]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 123-136

 

Index:

Lacroix, Léon

Title:

Quelques aspects de la numismatique sicyonienne / [L. Lacroix]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 110 (1964) p. 5-52, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Lacroix, Léon

Title:

Les statues de la Grèce ancienne et le témoignage des monnaies / [L. Lacroix]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 70 (1946) p. 288-298

 

Index:

Lacroix, Léon

Title:

Sur quelques offrandes à l'Apollon de Delphes / [L. Lacroix]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 100 (1954) p. 12-22

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Les tétradrachmes pamphyliens de la fin du IIIe siècle et du début du IIe siècle avant notre ère / Georges Le Rider

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 14 (1972) p. 253-259

 

Index:

Levy, Brooks Emmons

Title:

When did Nero liberate Achaia - and why? / B. Levy

Source:

Achaia und Elis in der Antike : Akten des 1. internationalen Symposiums, Athen, 19.-21. Mai 1989 / A.D. Rizakis (Hrsg.). - Athen : Institut für Griechische und Römische Antike, Nationales Hellenisches Forschungszentrum, 1991. - P. 189-194

 

Index:

Liampi, Katerini

Title:

Iolkos and Pagasai : two new Thessalian mints / Katerini Liampi

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 165 (2005) p. 23-40, pl. 3

 

Index:

Liampi, Katerini

Title:

The Molossian settlement at the Ioannina Castle : contribution to the coin circulation and history of the site / Katerini Liampi

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 91 (2012) p. 5-31, pl. 1-4

Abstract:

During recent archaeological excavations at the castle of Ioannina Kastro) a small group of coin finds has been found. They consist of bronze coins of the Epirote League and Ambracia, a Corinthian drachm, an interesting archaic diobol of an uncertain Thraco-Macedonian mint, a drachm of Dyrrhachium and a gold stater of Philip II. A small hoard of Corinthian staters from the end of the 4th century BC from the same find spot is discussed, combined with a survey of similar contemporaneous hoards from north-western Greece. They provide evidence of a wide-reaching circulation of Corinthian staters within the Molossian territory, mainly linked to trade routes. Numismatic evidence, combinedwith the knowledge of the architectural remains, archaeological finds and the testimony of a partly preserved Hellenistic surrounding wall paints a picture of a flourishing Hellenistic settlement at the castle of Ioannina that had its beginnings in classical time. The identification of this ancient settlement or polis with one of the historically known Molossian poleis however must remain undecided.

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

The beginning of the late facing head drachm coinage of Larissa / Catharine C. Lorber

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 117-146, pl. 1-7

Abstract:

A die study of the earliest phase of the late facing head drachm coinage of Larissa, tracking the transition from variable features to consistent types.

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

A hoard of facing head Larissa drachms / Catharine C. Lorber

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79 (2000) p. 7-15, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

Thessalian hoards and the coinage of Larissa / Catharine C. Lorber

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 20 (2008) p. 119-142, pl. 41-46

Abstract:

Thessalian coin hoards recorded over the last twenty years clarify the development of the coinage of Larissa. They also help to define the relative chronology of Thessalian monetary 'koina' of the fifth century BC. The paper includes a die study of Larissa’s bull wrestler hemidrachms of the mid-fifth century.

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

Thessaly, 1993 hoard (CH IX, 64) / Catharine C. Lorber

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88 (2009) p. 127-133, pl. 9-10

Abstract:

CH IX, 64 contained drachms of Larissa together with a few drachms and hemidrachms of Pharsalus marked with letters behind the head of Athena. The juxtaposition allows for wear comparisons that may clarify the relative chronology of the two mints. The Pharsalian issues are generally more worn than the Larissa drachms, supporting a high chronology for Pharsalus. But the overall makeup of the hoard suggests that the Pharsalian issues should be contemporary with the early facing head drachms of Larissa provisionally, c. 405/ 400 370 bc). The hoard also contributed to the evidence for a new arrangement of the early facing head drachms.

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

An unpublished tetradrachm issued by the artists of Dionysus / Catharine C. Lorber and Oliver D. Hoover

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 163 (2003) p. 59-68, pl. 15-17

 

Index:

Lucchelli, Tomaso Maria

Title:

La monetazione della Grecia nord-occidentale tra integrazione e identità locali / Tomaso Lucchelli

Source:

Lo spazio ionico e le comunità della Grecia nord-occidentale : territorio, società e istituzioni ; atti del convegno internazionale, Venezia, 7-9 gennaio 2010 / a cura di Claudia Antonetti. - Pisa : ETS, 2010. - P. 291-298

 

Index:

Marchetti, Patrick 1949-

Title:

De l’atelier au marché : de Sestos à Delphes / Patrick Marchetti

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 155 (2009) p. 39-50

Abstract:

For any specific coinage, different scenarios may be reconstructed from its birth (the mint) to its final destination. This paper focuses mainly on the basic question to know if the issuing powers made a profit from minting. Reconsidering the famous inscription of Sestos, the answer is clearly negative, all the more since the evoked case-studies (the Classical Athenian coinage and the monetary issues of the Third Sacred War) indicate that cities inevitably impoverish themselves when they consumed the resources while states do not necessarily invest their metal supplies into coins with national emblems. Nothing is more telling that the duly measured losses during the production of the Amphictionic coinage in 336 BC. We may therefore conclude that no profit could be made from the mint, at least not in ancient Greece.

 

Index:

Masson, Olivier Jean Gabriel 1922-1997

Title:

Quelques noms de magistrats monétaires grecs. [III]: V: Les monétaires de Kymé d'Éolide / Olivier Masson

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 28 (1986) p. 51-64, pl. 3-4

Abstract:

En l'absence d'un recueil moderne et critique des monnaies de Kymé d'Éolide, la liste des noms de magistrats monétaires établie dans l'ouvrage de Miinsterberg (avec des additions de Milne et Engelmann) demande à être contrôlée et complétée. En effet, on y relève un bon nombre de noms qui sont remarquables par leur rareté ou par leur caractère dialectal. C'est cette révision qui est présentée ici (époque impériale non comprise). En appendice, on donne des renseignements sur le collectionneur Paul fîaudin (1858-1921), dont de nombreuses monnaies sont conservées au Cabinet des Médailles de Paris.

 

Index:

Meadows, Andrew R.

Title:

Coinage and the writing of ancient Greek history / Andrew Meadows

Source:

Words and coins : from Ancient Greece to Byzantium / [catalogue ed. by Vasiliki Penna ; ed. team: Yannis Stoyas, Evangelia Georgiou, Nicolas Ducimetière ; essays by Charles Mèla ... [et al.]. - Gent : MER, [2012]. - P. 81-89

 

Index:

Meadows, Andrew R.

Title:

Le monnayage et l’écriture de l’histoire grecque antique / Andrew Meadows

Source:

Les mots et les monnaies, de la Grèce ancienne à Byzance / [catalogue éd. par Vasiliki Penna ; équipe ed.: Yannis Stoyas, Evangelia Georgiou, Nicolas Ducimetière ; essais: Charles Mèla ... [et al.]. - Gent : MER, [2012]. - P. 81-90

 

Index:

Melville-Jones, John R.

Title:

Darics at Delphi / John R. Melville-Jones

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 125 (1979) p. 25-36

 

Index:

Michaux, Françoise

Title:

Les tétroboles de Mendé / Françoise Michaux  

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 127 (1981) p. 5-18, pl. 1

 

Index:

Migeotte, Léopold

Title:

La date de l'’oktôbolos eisphora’ de Messène / [Léopold Migeotte]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 51-61

 

Index:

Millingen, James 1774-1845

Title:

Sylloge of ancient unedited coins of Greek cities and kings : from various collections principally in Great Britain / by James Millingen

Published:

London : [s.n.], 1837

 

Index:

Mørkholm, Otto 1930-1983

Title:

Une trouvaille de monnaies grecques archaiques / Otto Mørkholm

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 50 (1971) p. 79-91, pls. 25-28

 

Index:

Moustaka, Aliki

Title:

Bendis and the wolf: an unpublished numismatic type from Thessalian / Aliki Moustaka

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 147-151, pl. 1

 

Index:

Moustaka, Aliki

Title:

Bendis in Thessalien : zu zwei Varianten eines Münztypus der Stadt Phaloreia / von Aliki Moustaka

Source:

Zurück zum Gegenstand : Festschrift für Andreas E. Furtwängler. Bd. II / hrsg. von Ralph Einicke ... [et al.]. - Langenweißbach : Beier & Beran, 2009. - P. 345-350, pl. 1

 

Index:

Moustaka, Aliki

Title:

Weissagung in Thessalien : ikonographische Bemerkungen zur Münzprägung Pelinnas / Aliki Moustaka

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998) p. 57-62, pl. 11

Abstract:

One of the most common bronze coins of Pelinna, a city located near ancient Trikke in the Thessalian Hestiaotis, bears the representation of a veiled female head or a whole female figure, sitting or standing and opening a casket. According to N. Svoronos who first studied the iconography of these coins, the woman should probably be interpreted as Manto, the daughter of the famous seer from Thebes, Teiresias. A new numismatic type, presented here for the first time, with the upper half of a blind man holding a stick alongside the veiled standing woman, can now be recognized with certainty as the blind seer Teiresias. This new evidence definitely proves Svoronos' theory.

 

Index:

Mulliez, Dominique

Title:

Le denier dans les actes d'affranchissement delphiques / [Dominique Mulliez]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 93-102

 

Index:

Muret, Ernest 1824-1884

Title:

Aristotimos, tyran des Éléens / [E. Muret]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 4 (1880) p. 43-46

 

Index:

Muret, Ernest 1824-1884

Title:

Monnaies de Thessalie / [E. Muret]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 5 (1881) p. 285-299

 

Index:

Naster, Paul 1913-1998

Title:

Les monnaies d’Olympie à lettres incuses / [Paul Naster]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 92 (1940-1946) p. 7-12

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

The Alexander coinage of Sicyon / arr. from notes of Edward T. Newell ; with  comments and additions by Sydney P. Noe

Series:

Numismatic studies ; no. 6

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1950

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

The octobols of Histiaea / by Edward T. Newell

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; 2

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1921

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Monnaies de bronze dans le Péloponnèse, époques classique et hellénistique : quelques remarques sur le monnayage de bronze d'Elis et de Tégée / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 153 (1998) p. 41-44

Summary:

Présentation de bronzes hellénistiques de Tégée et d'Élis, attestant l'émission et la circulation simultanée de deux ou trois modules différenciés par les types, à partir de l'examen des marques et des trésors. L'évolution de ces systèmes et la fonction des monnaies de bronze sont évoquées.

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Pyrrhus trompeur / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Épire, Illyrie, Macédoine ... : mélanges offerts au professeur Pierre Cabanes / texte réunis par Danièle Berranger-Auserve. - Clermont Ferrand : Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal, cop. 2007. – P. 247-252

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Remarques sur la chronologie relative des plus anciennes séries de statères éléens / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 17 (1975) p. 6-18

 

Index:

Pagkalos, Manolis E.

Title:

The coinage of king Areus i revisited : uses of the past in Spartan coins / Manolis E. Pagkalos

Source:

Graeco-Latina Brunensia 20 (2015) 2 p. 145-159

Abstract:

For many years, scholars describe king Areus I as the monarch who followed the Hellenistic model of ruling. He was the only one of the two Spartan kings mentioned by name at the Chremonidean Decree and he issued Sparta's first silver coins, which bore inscription with his name. These changes are implemented in a period during which Sparta is nowhere near its former glorious self. I will argue that during the early Hellenistic period, an era of major political, cultural and social changes, the past is used as a prominent political instrument more than ever. As new structures of power and political organisation rise, the status quo of the city-states of Classical Greece is transformed. The past always occupied a specific role in the history of the polis throughout the Archaic and Classical periods as civic identity was authenticated by more or less exclusive local myths. However, now the past is urgently needed to be rewritten as it possesses the potential to reshape contemporary worldviews. Areus I initiatives brought Sparta again at the forefront of the Hellenistic world and were the result of the mentality of Hegemony built in Sparta through a long history of hegemonial presence both in Peloponnesos and Greece. This paper aims (a) to assess the use of the past during the reign of Areus I of Sparta (r. 309–265) and (b) to highlight the dynamics of the active manipulation of the past as political tool by evaluating the iconographic choices on the first example of Spartan silver coinage.

 

Index:

Papaefthymiou, Eleni

Title:

Une monnaie grecque inédite : un triobole d'Argos en Argolide / Eleni Papaefthymiou

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 310-317, pl. 1

 

Index:

Patay-Horváth, András

Title:

Hera in Olympia : Tempel, Kult und Münzprägung / András Patay-Horváth

Source:

Thetis 20 (2013) p. 81-99

 

Index:

Pendleton, Elizabeth J.

Title:

The coinage of Peirasia / Elizabeth J. Pendleton

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 87 (2008) p. 45-56, pl. 3-4

 

Index:

Phillips, Henry 1838-1895

Title:

Remarks upon a coin of Sicyon / Henry Phillips

Published:

Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1882

Note:

Offprint from: American Journal of Numismatics 16 (1882)

 

Index:

Picard, Olivier 1940-

Title:

Corinthe et l'Ithôme, une image numismatique méconnue / Olivier Picard

Source:

Revue Numismatique 162 (2006) p. 77-83, pl. 7

Abstract:

The advice given to the Macedonian King Philip V to seize the Messene's acropolis so that he can keep the Péloponnèse under ‘by holding both the ox's horns’ can be explained by comparison with aThessalian sport, the bull's seizure, which is depicted on 5th-cent. B.C. Thessalian coins. It is also mentioned in many texts and reliefs dating from the end of the 6th cent. B.C. to the imperial period.

 

Index:

Picard, Olivier 1940-

Title:

Monnaies / par Olivier Picard

Published:

L'Antre corycien. II. - Athènes : École française d'Athènes ; Paris : diff. de Boccard, 1984. - (Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique. Suppl. ; 9). - P. 281-306 

 

Index:

Picard, Olivier 1940-

Title:

Chalcis et la conféderation eubéenne : étude de numismatique et d'histoire (IVe-Ier siècle) / par Olivier Picard

Published:

Athènes : École Française d'Athènes, 1979

 

Index:

Picard, Olivier 1940-

Title:

Le trésor de Kaki Thalassa / Olivier Picard

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondence Hellénique 93 (1969) 2 p. 823-829

 

Index:

Picard, Olivier 1940-

Title:

Les XPHMATA d'Apollon et les débuts de la monnaie à Delphes / [Olivier Picard]

Source:

Topoi 12-13 (2005) 1 p. 55-68

 

Index:

Price, Martin Jessop 1939-1995

Title:

Coins from some deposits in the south stoa at Corinth / [M. Jessop Price]

Source:

Hesperia 36 (1967) 4 (Oct.-Dec.) p. 348-388, pl. 74-75

 

Index:

Price, Martin Jessop 1939-1995

Title:

A hoard from Gortyn / M. Jessop Price

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 8 (1966) p. 128-143

 

Index:

Psoma, Sélènè

Title:

Le monnayage fédéral acarnanien de l'époque classique / Sélènè Psoma

Source:

Klio 89 (2007) 1 p. 7-23

 

Index:       

Psoma, Sélénè

Title:

Le trésor de Gazôros et les monnaies aux légendes ΒΕΡΓ, ΒΕΡΓΑΙΟΥ / par Sélénè Psoma

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 126 (2002) 1 p. 205-229

Abstract:

A silver trite bearing on the right the scene of the rape of the Nymph and on the reverse the legend ΒΕΡΓΑΙΟΥ made up part of a hoard of silver coins that came from the Classical cemetery at Gazoros (Serres). From the archaeological context, the date of its burial should be in the middle of the 4th century. Two imitations of silver trites from Thasos, five Thasian hemiekta, a hemiekton from Eion and a hemidrachm from Neapolis also formed part of the hoard. The Thasian hemiekta, which date from the last decades of the 5th century, had a particularly important role in the mon- etary circulation of the region. The presence of the coin with the legend ΒΕΡΓΑΙΟΥ in the hoard induced us to make a study in depth of this series, which dates from the first decades of the 4th century. The question of the issuing authority of these coins as well as of the bronze ones with legend ΒΕΡΓ, attributed by O. Picard to the city of Berge, is discussed. The silver coins are also attributed to this city ; the legend with the ethnie in the neuter genitive is interpreted as signifying the denomination, according to a usage attested by the inscriptions.

 

Index:

Puglisi, Mariangela

Title:

Monetazione corinzia : le frazioni argentee / Mariangela Puglisi

Source:

XII. Internationaler Numismatischer Kongress Berlin 1997 : Akten = proceedings = actes / hrsg. von Bernd Kluge und Bernhard Weisser. - Berlin : Mann, 2000. - P. 203-211

 

Index:

Requier, Pierre

Title:

Le monnayage d'Épidaure à la lumière d'un nouveau trésor / Pierre Requier

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 72 (1993) p. 29-46, pl. 1-8

 

Index:

Robinson, David Moore 1880-1958

Title:

A hoard of silver coins from Carystus / by David M. Robinson

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 124

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1952

 

Index:

Rodriguez, Philippe

Title:

L'intervention ptolémaïque dans la guerre de Chrémonidès au vu du monnayage lagide / Philippe Rodriguez

Source:

Revue Numismatique 155 (2000) p. 17-34

Abstract:

The hoard of Meydancikkale has enabled A. Davesne to date more precisely the coins of the first two Ptolemies as classified in the works of J.N. Svoronos. Comparison of contemporary hoards with that of Meydancikkale reveals that coins minted in 266/265 were found in proportionately greater numbers in Greece than in Asia Minor or the Levant. This observation, reinforced by papyrologie and epigraphic sources, leads us to a reconsideration of the importance of the Chremonidean War. Despite Pausanias's testimony, it appears that Ptolemy II did not neglect his Athenian and Spartan allies, but rather, found it impossible to intervene on a large scale in Attica.

 

Index:

Schultz, Sabine

Title:

Die Staterprägung von Pheneos / Sabine Schultz

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 71 (1992) p. 47-74, pl. 4-11

 

Index:

Seltman, Charles Theodore 1886-1957

Title:

Greek sculpture and some festival coins / [Charles Seltman]

Source:

Hesperia 17 (1948) 2 (April-June) p. 71-85, pl. 25-28

 

Index:

Seltman, Charles Theodore 1886-1957

Title:

The temple coins of Olympia / by Charles T. Seltman ; with a forew. by William Ridgeway

Published:

Cambridge : Bowes & Bowes, 1921

 

Index:

Smith, Derek R.

Title:

New evidence for the identification of Aphrodite on staters of Corinth / Derek R. Smith

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 165 (2005) p. 41-43, pl. 1

 

Index:

Smith, Derek R.

Title:

New varieties of the Eleusinian Triptolemos/Piglet coinage from the BCD Collection / Derek R. Smith

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 225-229, pl. 1

Abstract:

Athenian Agora Variety 38 coins with four issue symbols that have not been recorded before are presented.  The symbols, positioned on the coins’ reverses below the piglet standing on a mystic staff are Facing head of a goat (fig. 1a,b)  ; Globular aryballos (fig. 2a,b), Forepart, including extended leg, of a wolf or canine (figs. 3a,b and 4a,b) ; and a Wreath with loose ties above a dolphin (fig. 5a,b).

 

Index:

Sordi, Marta

Title:

Un tentativo di moneta unica nella Grecia del IV secolo a.C. : il ‘nuovo anfizionico’ / Marta Sordi

Source:

Moneta, mercanti, banchieri : i precedenti greci e romani dell'Euro : atti del convegno internazionale, Cividale del Friuli, 26-28 settembre 2002 / a cura di Gianpaolo Urso. - Pisa : Edizioni ETS, 2003

 

Index:

Spoerri Butcher, Marguerite

Title:

Une émission au nom d'Auguste et de Tibère attribuable à Chalcis / Marguerite Spoerri Butcher

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 202 (März 2005) p. 3-4

 

Index:

Spoerri Butcher, Marguerite

Title:

Une émission au nom de Julia Domna à Chalcis (Eubée) / Marguerite Spoerri Butcher

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 209 (März 2003) p. 3-5

 

Index:

Spoerri Butcher, Marguerite

Title:

Érétrie sous l'Empire romain: le monnayage de la cité / Marguerite Spoerri

Source:

Antike Kunst 50 (2007) p. 141-150

Abstract:

This article presents a catalog of the coins issued in Eretria under Commodus between 180 and 192 a.d. There are three denominations. Their obverse consist- ently shows an image of the emperor (pi 20 , 1-5); the reverse is different on each one. The two lower denomi- nations depict Apollo Citharoidos (20 mm) and Artemis the Huntress (16 mm) (pi 20, 1-5), two divinities well known in Eretria as Apollo Daphnephoros and Artemis Amarysia (pi 20, 10-13), whose cults date back to ear- liest times. The interpretation of the third reverse, on which a three-headed bust can be discerned (22/23 mm)> has been the object of some controversy (pi 20, 6-9). But there is a convincing case for identifying it as the Tyche of Eretria with Aiklos, the founder of the city, and his brother Kothos, the founder of Chalkis, on either side of her. An iconographical program of this kind, featuring the mythical founding of a city and its principal divini- ties, reflects concerns prevalent during this period in the Roman East. Being in constant competition with their neighbours, the different cities attempted to enhance their prestige at any cost. Minting coins was certainly one means of achieving this aim.

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Euphamos itanion tyrannos ; Termissos i to kapoyc echoyca / [J.N. Svoronos]

Source:

Journal International d'Archéologie Numismatique 1 (1897) p. 157-164, 181-184

 

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Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Nomismatiki : kai istoria tis archaias Mykonoy / [Ioannis N. Svoronos]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 17 (1893) p. 455-501

 

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Tselekas, Panagiotis

Title:

Observations on the silver coin production and use in the Chalkidike during the 5th century BC / Panagiotis Tselekas

Source:

Nomisma : la circulation monétaire dans le monde grec antique : actes du colloque international, Athènes, 14-17 avril 2010 / éd. par Thomas Faucher, Marie-Christine Marcellesi, Olivier Picard. - Athènes : École Française d'Athènes ; Paris : De Boccard, cop. 2011. - (Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique. Suppl. ; 53). - P. 169-184

Abstract:

The peninsula of Chalkidike in the Northern Aegean has been rich in natural resources with fertile lands, forests and mineral deposits in abundance. In the 5th century BC the region was under the control of great powers, initially the Persian Empire and later Athens, while during the Peloponnesian War it was turned into a theatre of great conflicts. Based on the current coin hoard evidence, this state of affairs is only partly reflected in the foreign coinage circulating in the area. Rather it is to be traced in the local coin production – particularly the mint outputs, the employment of overstriking and the choice of denominations – as a response to the needs raised by the occasional circumstances.

 

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Wallace, William Pitkin 1907-1965

Title:

The Euboian League and its coinage / by W.P. Wallace

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 134

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1956

 

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Warren, Jennifer A.W.

Title:

After the Boehringer revolution : the 'new landscape' in the coinage of the Peloponnese / [Jennifer A.W. Warren]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 109-114

 

Index:

Warren, Jennifer A.W.

Title:

The earliest triobols of Megapolis / Jennifer Warren

Source:

American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 15 (1969 ) p. 31-40, pl. 6

 

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Warren, John Byrne Leicester 1835-1895

Title:

An essay on Greek federal coinage / by J. Leicester Warren

Published:

London : Macmillan, 1863

 

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Weber, Hermann 1823-1918

Title:

A small find of coins of Mende, &c. / [Hermann Weber]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 18 (1898) p. 251-258, pl. 16

 

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Weil, Rudolf 1848-1914

Title:

Arkadische Münzen / [Rud. Weil]

Source:

Zeitschrift für Numismatik 9 (1992) p. 18-41, pl. 2

 

Index:

Weiser, Wolfram

Title:

Heraion als Prägeort korinthischer Drachmen / Wolfram Weiser

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 185 (März 1997) p. 1-5

 

Index:

Williams, Roderick Trevor 1916-

Title:

The confederate coinage of the Arcadians in the fifth century B.C. / by Roderick T. Williams

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 155

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1965

 

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Wojan, Franck

Title:

The civic bronze coinage of the Eleans : some preliminary remarks / Franck Wojan

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 497-499

 

Index:

Wojan, Franck

Title:

Un curieux monnayage de cuivre en Élide (Péloponnèse) à l’époque hellénistique / Franck Wojan

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 71 (2016) 4 (avril) p. 114-119

 

Index:

Zachos, Konstantinos

Title:

Coins and the city : architecture on the coins of Nicopolis / Konstantinos Zachos

Source:

Nomismatikī́ kai oikonomikī́ istoría stīn Īpeiro katá tīn archaiótīta : praktiká tou 1ou Diethnoús synedríou (Panepistī́mio Iōannínōn, 3-7 Oktōvríou 2007) = Numismatic history and economy in Epirus during Antiquity : proceedings of the 1st International Conference (University of Ioannina, October 3rd-7th 2007) / ed. by Katerini Liampi ... [et al.]. - Athēna : Etaireía Melétēs Nomismatikēs kai Oikonomikēs Istorías, Lydía Líthos, 2013. - (Kerma ; 3). - P. 257-281, pl. 30-33

Abstract:

Among other representations, as far as the coin types of the Roman Empire’s cities are concerned, prominent position possess the depictions of public buildings that stood out within the built environment and constituted reference points for each city. Even if the three-dimensional version of the buildings illustrated on the coins is often achieved by conventional means, the study of these representations contributes to the tracking down of notable structural characteristics that lead even to the schematic reconstruction of the architectural remains, wherever these have been preserved in a fragmentary state, to the dating or to the tracing of their location within the urban planning of the town, in case these have not been traced by excavation or are not mentioned in the documentary evidence. Throughout the entire time that the Nicopolis mint was in operation various important public buildings were represented on its bronze coins; in this paper an attempt is undertaken to re-evaluate their identification and dating by taking into account recent topographical and excavation research.

 

Index:

Zervos, Orestes H.

Title:

Coins excavated at Corinth, 1978-1980 / [Orestes H. Zervos]

Source:

Hesperis 55 (1986) 2 (April-June) p. 183-205, pl. 39-40