06. Greek Islands, Cyprus, Crete

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Acquisitions récentes de monnaies chypriotes par le département des Monnaies, Médailles et Antiques de la Bibliothèque nationale de France / Michel Amandry

Source:

D'Orient et d'Occident : mélanges offerts à Pierre Aupert / textes réunis par Alain Bouet. - Bordeaux : Ausonius ; Paris : diff. de Boccard, 2008. - (Mémoires / Ausonius ; 19). - P. 93-95

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Les duoviri Capito et Cytherus à Cnossos / [Michel Amandry]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 101 (1977) 1 p. 241-247

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Le monnayage d'Amathonte / par Michel Amandry

Source:

Amathonte I. Testimonia 1: Auteurs anciens, monnayage, voyageurs, fouilles, origines, géographie / Pierre Aupert et Marie-Christine Hellmann ; avec les contrib. de Michel Amandry ... [et al.]. - Athènes : École Française d'Athènes, 1984. - (Études chypriotes ; 4). - P. 57-76, pl. 11-20

 

Index:

Amandry, Michel 1949-

Title:

Le monnayage de Géta Auguste au nom du ‘Koinon Kupriôn’ / Michel Amandry

Source:

Kermatia philias : timètikos tomos gia ton Iôannè Touratsoglou. A: Nomismatiki-epigrafiki / [ed. committee: Stella Drougou … et al.]. - Athens : Ministry of Culture, Numismatic Museum, 2009. - P. 361-365

Abstract:

A resent acquisition of a coin of Geta Augustus by the Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Cyprus is published and the invertory of the all coinage of Geta Augustus in the name of the Koinon Kupriôn given.

 

Index:

Apostolou, Eva

Title:

Les drachmes rhodiennes et pseudo-rhodiennes de la fin du IIIe siècle et du IIe siècle av. J.-C. / Eva Apostolou 

Source:

Revue Numismatique 150 (1995) p. 7-19

Abstract:

The reduced-weight rhodian drachms struck at the end of the 3rd and the beginning of the 2nd с B.C. had the same weight as the small current denominations of this period (the attic tetrobol and the aeginetan triobol). Although the rhodian monetary system had a ‘closed’ caracter, they circulated widely, notably in mainland Greece and in Crete together with the imitation coins, the so-called pseudo-rhodian drachms. These latter were struck in a certain number of mints of the abovementioned areas and in Asia Minor too. Frequently numerous, they were usually contemporaneous with their Alexander tetradrachms, as were the genuine reduced - weight rhodian drachms. In this article, these monetary ‘phenomena’ are explained by the ‘vacuum’ left by the progressive retreat of the powerful Hellenistic kingdoms from their Aegean possessions, in the troubled period of the beginning of the 2nd с B.C. Finally, they prove the confidence of the Greeks in the rhodian monetary types.

 

Index:

Archontidou-Argyri, A.

Title:

Un trésor d'époque impériale à Mytilène / A. Archontidou-Argyri, Guy Labarre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 151 (1996) p. 119-140, pl. 17-23

Abstract:

The Mytilène hoard (Sourlanga, 1988) consists of 50 Greek and Roman coins minted between 138 and 253 AD. The circumstances of the burial of this hoard remain unknown, but may be a result of the monetary depreciation of the mid 3rd century and of insecurity linked to the raids of the Goths. The presence of Roman silver coins and four bronze coins from Asian cities may be related to legionary movements in the East. The majority of coins of Lesbos date from the Antonine period. They continued to circulate because of the absence of newer issues, which would have been expensive to strike. The iconography of the issues minted by the koinon of Lesbos contributes additional information about the architecture of the koinon temple and its consecration to the Imperial cult. The iconography of two bronze medallions (from Mytilène and Julia Gordos) reflects ideological themes important to the cities and the Imperial authority.

 

Index:

Arneth, Joseph Calasanza von 1791-1863

Title:

Ueber antike Münzen und geschnittene Steine von Kreta / [Joseph Arneth]

Source:

Sitzungsberichte der kaiserl. Akademie der Wissenschaften (1849) (November) p. 275-279

 

Index:

Artémis-Gyselen, Louise

Title:

Les monnaies archaïques de Ténos / Louise Artémis-Gyselen

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 123 (1977) p. 5-15

 

Index:

Ashton, Richard 1946-

Title:

Pseudo-rhodian drachms from Eretria (Euboia) / Richard Ashton

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 31 (1989) p. 41-48

 

Index:        

Ashton, Richard 1946-

Title:

Rhodian coinage and the Colossus / Richard Ashton

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 30 (1988) p. 75-90

 

Index:        

Ashton, Richard 1946-

Title:

Rhodian-type silver coinages from Crete / Richard H.J. Ashton

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 146 (Mai 1987) p. 29-39

 

Index:

Balcer, Jack Martin 1935-

Title:

Peparethos : further notes / Jack Martin Balcer

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 54 (1975) p. 33-36, pl. 1

 

Index:

Balcer, Jack Martin 1935-

Title:

Peparethos : the early coinage reconsidered / Jack Martin Balcer

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 46 (1967) p. 24-33, pl. 1 

 

Index:

Barrandon, Jean-Noël 1943-2008

Title:

Imitations crétoises et monnaies rhodiennes : analyse physique / Jean-Noël Barrandon, Alain Bresson

Source:

Revue Numismatique 152 (1997) p. 137-155

Abstract:

At the end of the third and the beginning of the second century ВС, Rhodian preplinthophoric coinage was imitated in Crete and in the Aegean islands, in continental Greece and in Asia Minor. A certain number of typological criteria may be used to discriminate between genuine Rhodian coinage and imitations. As for the so-called "imitations" which were circulated in Crete at the very end of the third and the early years of the second century, physical analysis reveals varying proportions of copper up to as much as 37%, a feature which stands in sharp contrast with the overall purity of Rhodian coinagen this period. In addition, it is demonstrated that the proportion of copper is not random but that each series possesses a characteristic concentration: the typology of Cretan imitation coinage which had been established on a purely numismatic basis is thus fully corroborated and confirmed.

 

Index:

Bérend, Denyse

Title:

Rhodes, encore / Denyse Bérend

Source:

Revue Numismatique 150 (1995) p. 251-255, pl. 21

Abstract:

Ashton availes himself of the unique emission of tetradrachms carrying around incuse to revise the arrangement of the earliest coinage of Rhodes. The author examines the new order which would imply the succession of Rhodian weight, then heavy and then again Rhodian weight tetradrachms in the light of the evolution of the types and hoard evidence.

 

Index:

Bérend, Denyse

Title:

Les tétradrachmes de Rhodes de la première période : tentative de classement à la lumière d'une trouvaille. 1re pt. / Denyse Bérend

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 51 (1972) p. 5-39, pl. 1-10

 

Index:

Berthold, Angela

Title:

Die antike Münzprägung Zyperns / Angela Berthold

Source:

Zypern - Insel der Aphrodite : Katalog zur Sonderausstellung / Hrsg. von Katja Lembke. - Mainz : Von Zabern, 2010. - P. 52-57

 

Index:

Bodenstedt, Friedrich -1982

Title:

Ein numismatischer Beitrag zum Kult der Artemis-Kybele und des Apollon in Mytilene / Friedrich Bodenstedt

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 19 (1969) p. 25-39, pl. 1

 

Index:

Bresson, Alain

Title:

La monnaie rhodienne au Ier s.a. C. : nouveautés et interrogations / [Alain Bresson]

Source:

Topoi 7 (1997) 1 p. 11-32

 

Index:

Brett, Agnes Baldwin 1876-1955

Title:

The electrum and silver coins of Chios, issued during the sixth, fifth and fourth centuries, B.C., issued during the sixth, fifth and fourth centuries, B.C. : a chronological study / by Agnes Baldwin

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 48 (1914) p. 1-60, pl. 1-7

 

Index:         

Callataÿ, François Philippe Edouard Léon de 1961-

Title:

Les monnaies hellénistiques en argent de Ténédos / François de Callataÿ

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. 99-114, pl. 24-28.

Abstract:

This paper gives the first die-study (86 tetradrachms and 31 drachms) for the silver Hellenistic coinage of Tenedus (Tenedos) with the types ‘Janiform's head/ Double axe’. Tetradrachms have been struck with c. 25 obverse dies (there are 21 different obverses for 86 coins) and this is put into perspective with other mints of the mid-second century (Aegeae, Lebedus, Smyrna are less productive; Kyme and Myrina are by far more). The traditionnal dates given for this coinage ('after 189 BC' or '2nd-1st c. BC') are severely revised through the study of weights and overstrikes (on Thasian type tetradrachms). The bulk of this coinage looks to belong to the first decades of the 1st c. BC and a connection with the Mihtridatic wars is not to be excluded.

 

Index:

Callataÿ, François de 1961-

Title:

Un tétradrachme hellénistique de Ténédos surfrappé sur Thasos / François de Callataÿ

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 169 (Februar 1993 p. 2-4

Abstract:

A Hellenistic tetradrachm of Tenedus, sold on sale, is clearly overstruck on a tetradrachm with Thasian types. We notice that we do have also an overstrike of Maroneia on Tenedus. This pattern of overstrikes favours a lower chronology for Tenedus (better at the beginning of the 1st c. BC than around the mid 2nd c. BC).

 

Index:

Calomino, Dario 1977-

Title:

Le monnayage de Corcyre sous les Sévère. Addendum / Calomino (Dario)

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 69 (2014) 8 (octobre) p. 254-259

 

Index:

Chankowski, Véronique

Title:

Monnayage et circulation monétaire à Délos aux époques classique et hellénistique / Véronique Chankowski

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. 375-395

Abstract:

The Delian testimonia offer the opportunity to study together coins and inscriptions, especially through the accounts of the sanctuary recording the evolution of the sacred money between the 5th c. and the 1st c. BC. This case-study sheds light on the monetary situation of a quite small city of the Cyclades, as well as of an important cosmopolitan sanctuary, which becomes a big entrepreneur due to its building activity. There arises the question how the use of local coinage and the circulation of foreign currency were articulated together. Using inscriptions containing money inventories or mentions of coins, as well as coins found during excavations and hoards discovered on the site, this study elucidates several aspects of the circulation of coins on the island, dealing especially with the diversity of standards in use during the 2nd c. BC, and proposes a chronology of the Delian issues.

 

Index:

Destrooper-Georgiades, Anne

Title:

Existe-t-il un impact du pouvoir perse sur le monnayage chypriote ? / Anne Destrooper-Georgiades

Source:

Mécanismes et innovations monétaires dans l'Anatolie achéménide : numismatique et histoire : actes de la Table Ronde Internationale d'Istanbul, 22-23 mai 1997 / éd. par Olivier Casabonne. - Paris : De Boccard, 2000. - (Varia Anatolica ; 12). - P. 233-238, pl. 37

 

Index:

Destrooper-Georgiades, Anne

Title:

Les monnaies de l'Archégésion de Délos / par Anne Destrooper-Georgiades

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 125 (2001) 1 p. 145-174

Abstract:

This article comprises the publication of the coins found in 1961-1962 during the excavation of the Archegesion by the French School at Athens. Out of context, they can tell us little about the history of the site. On the other hand, they complete the picture of the circulation of bronze coins on the island. To this end, the available numismatic evidence has been assembled. The results are compared to those of the EFA excavation at Tenos. As an appendix, a Cypriot coin is published bearing the head of King Evelthon of Salamis, found in 1911 during the excavation of the Heraeon and preserved in the Athens Numismatic Museum. It finds a place among the rare pieces of evidence for the relations between Cyprus and Delos at the end of the 6th century BC.

 

Index:

Destrooper-Georgiades, Anne

Title:

Le monnayage de Paphos au IVe siècle : nouvelles perspectives / Anne Destrooper

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. 245-252

 

Index:

Ellis-Evans, Aneurin

Title:

Mytilene, Lampsakos, Chios and the financing of the Spartan fleet (406-404) / by Aneurin Ellis-Evans

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2016

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 176 (2016) p. 1-19, pl. 1

Abstract:

he unique electrum stater of Mytilene in the British Museum is usually thought to be imitating Kyzikene electrum and to belong to the context of the Mytilenaean revolt of 428/7. However, it should instead be compared to certain issues of electrum staters from Lampsakos and Chios. Hoard evidence in the case of Lampsakos and detailed knowledge of the series in the case of Chios mean that we can date these issues (and therefore that of Mytilene) to the last decade of the 5th century. A unique silver tetradrachm of Chios and an associated issue of drachms which came to light in 2001 can also be associated with the Chian issue of electrum staters. Several passages of Xenophon provide likely contexts from 406/5 for all five issues and illustrate how Spartan efforts to finance their fleet grew in sophistication over the course of the Ionian War.

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

The financial history of ancient Chios / [P. Gardner]

Source:

Journal of Hellenic Studies 40 (1920) 2 p. 160-173

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

Samos and Samian coins / by Percy Gardner

Published:

London : MacMillan, 1882

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

Zacynthus / [Percy Gardner]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 5 (1885) p. 81-107, pl. 3-5

 

Index:

Hackens, Tony 1939-1997

Title:

L'influence rhodienne en Crète aux IIIe et IIe s. av. J.C. et le trésor de Gortyne, 1966 / [Tony Hackens]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 116 (1970) p. 37-58, pl. 1

 

Index:

Hackens, Tony 1939-1997

Title:

Le monnayage de l'atelier de Délos à l'époque archaïque / [Tony Hackens]

Source:

Études déliennes : publiées à l'occasion du centième anniversaire du début des fouilles de l'École française d'Athènes à Délos. - Athènes : École française d'Athènes, 1973

 

Index:

Hackens, Tony 1939-1997

Title:

Trésor hellénistique trouvé à Délos en 1964 / Tony Hackens et Edmond Lévy

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 89 (1965) 2 p. 503-566

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Monnaies de Vespasien frappees a Chypre / Bruno Helly

Published:

Paris : Éd. du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1980

Note:

Offprint from: Salamine de Chypre, histoire et archéologie : état des recherches : Lyon, 13-17 mars 1978. - Paris : Éd. du Centre national de la recherche scientifique, 1980. - (Colloques internationaux du Centre national de la recherche scientifique ; no. 578). - P. 293-311

Abstract:

Study of a small hoard of silver coins struck in Cyprus with the names of Vespasian and Titus. Thèse issues were already known, but the contents of this find hâve brought new features to light : the uniting of stamps, and new issues in Titus's name. We hâve examined the main characteristics of the issue : identification of the workshop, the dies used, the monetary unit and the standard value, the dating and the release; the most interesting point concerns the dating. It émerges that the money struck by Vespasian and Titus in Cyprus was not provincial currency : it was intended to serve as a currency for the empire with the Greek legends, able to circulate throughout the Eastern Mediterranean. The workshop chosen was probably Salamis. One is lead to wonder about the failure of this attempt, and particularly about the reasons for which the Cypriot workshop was closed down.

 

Index:

Helly, Bruno 1937-

Title:

Témoignages sur l'atelier monétaire de Salamine de Chypre / par Bruno Helly

Source:

Archéonumis 12 (décembre 1974) p. 50-55 ; 13 (mars 1975) p. 30-31 ; 14 (juin 1975) p. 37-40 ; 18 (juin 1976) p. 16

 

Index:          

Hill, George Francis 1867-1948

Title:

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Cyprus / by George Francis Hill

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; 24

Published:

London : British Museum, 1904

 

Index:

Höghammar, Kerstin 1950-

Title:

The ancient Koan and Kalymnian coins at the Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm / Kerstin Höghammar

Source:

Opus mixtum : uppsatser kring Uppsala universitets myntkabinett / utg. Harald Nilsson. - Uppsala : Uppsala Universitet, 2009. - (Studia Numismatica Upsaliensia ; 4). - P. 95-114

 

Index:

Höghammar, Kerstin 1950-

Title:

An ending in war . the Koan late 3rd century BC Herakles silver / Kerstin Höghammar

Source:

Perspectives on ancient Greece : papers in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Swedish Institute at Athens / ed. by Ann-Louise Schallin. - Stockholm : Svenska Institutet i Athen, 2013. - (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska institutet i Athen. 8o ; 22). - P. 191-230

Abstract:

This paper attempts to place two Koan coin issues in their proper historical context. The drachms and hemidrachms (head of Herakles r./crab, club), Ingvaldsen Tseries XII and XIII, ran from c. 260(?) to c. 200. The emphasis is on the last part of the issues which I consider to have been minted in the decade 210–200. Most obverse dies and coins belong to this period, and in my view, both issues can be connected to the First Kretan War which broke out c. 205. he issue of hemidrachms can also be connected to the war against Philip V of Macedonia in 201. he pressure of the wars produced a sharp increase in output of coins and afected the quality of the dies cut. In the issue of drachms we see six coiners working together as a group at the time of the Kretan War instead of, as previously, two. here seems to have been a diference between the two issues in the rhythm of minting. For the drachms an early and a late group is clearly discernable and in the period just before 210 there was probably a gap in the production between the two groups. he hemidrachms show a different pattern with (probably) no gap.

 

Index:

Höghammar, Kerstin 1950-

Title:

The Hellenistic silver coinage of Kalymnos / Kerstin Höghammar

Source:

To nomisma sta Nēsia tu Aigaiu : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria ; praktika synedriu tēs 5 epistēmonikēs synantēsēs, Mytilēnē, 16-19 septembriu 2006 = Coins in the Aegean Islands : mints, circulation, iconography, history : proceedings of the fifth scientific meeting, Mytilene, 16-19 September 2006 / epistēmonikē epimeleia Panagiōtēs Tselekas. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2010. - (Obolos ; 9). - P. 495-526

Abstract:

The article gives an overview of the Kalymnian Hellenistic silver issues and suggests dates for the different issues. The connection between the Kalymnian and Koan issues are discussed.

 

Index:

Höghammar, Kerstin 1950-

Title:

On the dating of two early 2nd century coin issues from Kos and the IGCH 1320 hoard / Kerstin Höghammar

Source:

Opuscula 6 (2013) p. 261-305

Abstract:

This paper presents and discusses the dates of two Koan silver issues, drachms with young Herakles/crab and club in incuse, and hemidrachms with Apollo/lyre. A date in the 190s is suggested on several grounds. Weights and diameters correspond with those of HI XII and XIII of the third century, suggesting that they followed shortly thereafter. The other Koan silver issues of the second century were minted on a lower weight-standard. The hoard IGCH 1320 contains examples of both issues, and the other Koan issues in it date to the middle and second half of the third century or the 190s/c.190. Homonyms occur in issues dating to the end of third/early second century. A connection with Kalymnos seems likely for the hemidrachms, this may suggest a date early in the 190s during the war with Philip V of Macedonia.

 

Index:

Holloway, Robert Ross 1934-

Title:

The crown of Naxos / [R. Ross Holloway]

Source:

American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 10 (1962) p. 1-8, pl. 1

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

Zur Münzkunde des Pontos, von Paphlagonien, Tenedos, Aiolis und Lesbos / [F. Imhoof-Blumer]

Source:

Zeitschrift für Numismatik 20 (1897) p. 254-288, pl. 9-10

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

The archaic and early classical coinage of Kourion / Jonathan Kagan

Source:

Cahiers du Centre d’Etudes Chypriotes 29 (1999) 1 p. 33-44

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

The coinage of king Phausis of Salamis / Jonathan H. Kagan, Kaelyn Ann McGregor

Source:

Cahiers du Centre d’Etudes Chypriotes 23 (1995) 1 p. 3-9, pl. 1-2 

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

The earliest coinage of Corcyra / Jonathan Kagan

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. 3-8, pl. 1

Abstract:

It is argued that Corcyra had a multi-denominational coinage in the 6th c. BC that preceded the familiar series with the cow/calf staters. The existence of the early small fractions with a facing cow head have long been known. A drachm and a stater are now suggested for the series. Also, Corcyrean are for the first time identified in 6th century hoards. Like Athens, Corcyra seems to have had a small early series and a more massive coinage beginning at the end of the 6th century, The need to support a fleet may account for this simlar development.

 

Index:

Kagan, Jonathan H.

Title:

Paros, Melos, and Naxos: archaic and early classical coinages of the Cyclades / Jonathan H. Kagan

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 20 (2008) p 105-111

Abstract:

In this review article of K. Sheedy’s recent monograph, the author proposes additional theories about the island coinages, including the possibility that Parian drachms were minted in the region around Thasos and shipped to Paros.

 

Index:

Kinns, Philip

Title:

A new third century BC didrachm of Chios in Ionia / Philip Kinns

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 166 (2006) p. 31-39, pl. 11

 

Index:

Konuk, Koray

Title:

The electrum coinage of Samos in the light of a recent hoard / [Koray Konuk]

Source:

Neue Forschungen zu Ionien : Fahri Isik zum 60. Geburtstag gewidmet / hersg. von Elmar Schwertheim und Engelbert Winter ; Forschungsstelle Asia Minor im Seminar für Alte Geschichte der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität. - Bonn : Habelt, 2005

 

Index:

Kraay, Colin Mackennal 1918-1982

Title:

Zu einigen Stempelgleichen Tetradrachmen aus Panormos / Colin M. Kraay

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 51-54 (Mai 1964) p. 61-65

 

Index:

Kroll, John H. 1938-

Title:

Early Iron Age balance weights at Lefkandi, Euboea / John H. Kroll

Source:

Oxford Journal of Archaeology 27 (2008) 1 (February) p. 37-48

Abstract:

This report analyses the 16 stone balance weights and fragments recovered in 1994 from the ninth-century BC Tomb 79 in the Toumba cemetery at Lefkandi, Euboea, the tomb of the ‘Warrior Trader’. In material, shapes, and mass standards, the weights are for the most part virtual duplicates of common LBA balance weights from Cyprus and the Levant and attest to (a) the long-term continuity of maritime trading across the Bronze/Iron Age divide in the Cypro-Levantine world, and (b) the active participation of Euboeans in this commercial sphere no later than the early ninth century. Discussed also is the relationship between some of these weights and the later Euboeic weight standard.

 

Index:

Lazzarini, Lorenzo 1947-

Title:

A contribution to the study of the archaic billon coinage of Lesbos / Lorenzo Lazzarini

Source:

To nomisma sta Nēsia tu Aigaiu : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria ; praktika synedriu tēs 5 epistēmonikēs synantēsēs, Mytilēnē, 16-19 septembriu 2006 = Coins in the Aegean Islands : mints, circulation, iconography, history ; proceedings of the fifth scientific meeting, Mytilene, 16-19 September 2006 / epistēmonikē epimeleia Panagiōtēs Tselekas. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2010. - (Obolos ; 9). - P. 83-110

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Trésor de monnaies trouvé à Thasos / [Georges Le Rider]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 80 (1956) p. 1-19

 

Index:

Leschhorn, Wolfgang 1950-

Title:

Zu den rhodischen Didrachmen des 4. und 3. Jh. v. Chr. : der Schatzfund von Uşak (Coin Hoard II 68) / Wolfgang Leschhorn

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 36 (1986) p. 67-94, pl. 7-12

 

Index:

Luynes, Theodoric Paul Joseph d'Albert de 1802-1867

Title:

Numismatique et inscriptions cypriotes / par H. de Luynes

Published:

Paris : Plon, 1852

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

The silver coinage of Crete : a metrological note / by George MacDonald

Published:

London : Milford, 1920

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Une erreur d’attribution : monnaies de Chypre et de Cyrène / Markou (Evangéline)

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 61 (2006) 3 (mars) p. 50-54

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Gold and silver weight standards in fourth century Cyprus : a resume / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : [International Numismatic Council]. 2011. – P. 280-284

Abstract:

Whereas the coins produced during the fifth century BC by the kings of Cyprus were made exclusively of silver and followed the same weight standard, the landscape of the weight standards employed during the fourth century BC is still unclear and requires further investigation. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the use of different weight standards for the coin production of the kings of Cyprus during the classical period. Particular attention will be given to the fourth century BC, when important changes took place on the island, to the issuing of gold coinage and to the exchange ration between gold and silver.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Les monnaies chypriotes d'or du IVe s avan J.-C. / Evangéline Markou

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. 269-272

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Monnaies en or chypriotes à la tête d'Athéna au droit, et au taureau ou à l'aigle au revers / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Cahiers du Centre d'Etudes Chypriotes 36 (2006) p. 43-54

Abstract:

The present article examines a group of Cypriot gold coins that show on the obverse the head of Athena and on the reverse a bull or a standing eagle. These coins have been considered for a long time to have been issued by the last king of Marion, Stasioikos II, because the reading of the Greek letters on the reverse was thought to be MAP, which would attest the name of the kingdom. In this contribution, through the detailed presentation of these gold coins, I will be explaining why Stasioikos II can no longer be considered as their issuing authority and I will be aiming to consider questions relating to their attribution and dating.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

L’originalité chypriote à travers l’iconographie des monnaies d’or du IVe siècle avant J.-C. / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Praktika tou Diethnous Archaiologikou Synedriou Apo ton Evargora A' stous Ptolemaious : h metavasi apo tous Klasikous stous Ellinistikous chronous stin Kypro Lefkosia 29-30 Noembriou = Proceedings of the International Archaeological Conference : from Evagoras I to the Ptolemies : the transition from the classical to the Hellenistic period in Cyprus, Nicosia 29-30 November 2002 / ed.: P. Flourentsos. - Nicosia : Department of Antiquities, 2007. - P. 283-296, pls. 103

Abstract:

In this paper the gold coinage produced by the kings of Cyprus during the IVth century B.C. is presented in order to highlight the unique character of the island. The first part is dedicated to the general presentation of the gold coins minted at Kition, Salamis, Marion and Soloi. The second focuses on the representations of Aphrodite’s head on the gold coins of Salamis, which find their parallels on Cypriote sculptures. In this context the bust decorating the reverse side of the gold coins of the last salaminian kings, traditionally considered as the image of Aphrodite or unknown goddess, is studied. The different elements that compose this image allow us to argue that it is more appropriate to regard the depicted bust as that of a male figure. Finally the introduction of the Greek alphabet in Cyprus and its appearance on the gold coins is also briefly discussed.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Production et politique monétaires à Chypre : à l’époque hellénistique et sous l’Empire / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes 39 (2009) p. 11-24

Abstract:

This paper presents a general overview of the coin production and circulation in Cyprus during the Hellenistic and Roman periods. The paper discusses the coin types and weight standards and tackles questions regarding attribution and circulation. Coin evidence suggests that during the Ptolemaic period the mints in Cyprus contributed actively to the royal production, from the third century onwards. The Ptolemies probably appreciated and exploited the past minting experience of the local kings. During the roman period the relationship between Cyprus and Rome in terms of coin production seems less favorable, compared to that of other mints in the east.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Problèmes iconographiques du monnayage d’or des derniers rois de Salamine au IVe siècle avant J.-C. / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Identite és croise ées en un milieu me éditerrane éen : le cas de Chypre (Antiquite é-Moyen Âge) / textes re éunis par Sabine Fourrier et Gilles Grivaud. - Mont-Saint-Aignan : Universite és de Rouen et du Havre, 2006. - P. 135-151

Abstract:

The paper studies a coin type chosen and adopted by the kings of Salamis in Cyprus from the 4th century BC onwards for their gold coin issues: it is a bust placed on the reverse of several coin series, described in the various publications as the bust of Aphrodite or of a female unknown goddess. I have already contested the above identification for the reasons I am developing in this contribution, and I have proposed to see a male representation. That is because of the decorative elements that compose the bust, such as the jewelry, that will be presented further on in detail. I will then place the coin issues in their historical context, as it is known to us from the literary and numismatic testimonies, in order to try and understand this complex iconographical choice.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

pXRF analysis of Cypriot gold coins of the classical period / E. Markou, A. Charalambou and V. Kassianidou

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 26 (2014) p. 33-60, pl. 6-7

Abstract:

The paper presents the results of pXRF analysis of 48 gold coins, issued by the kings of Cyprus during the Classical period. The coins are preserved in Cyprus, in the collections of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus (27 coins) and the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation (21 coins). The objective of this project is to trace the amount of gold, as well as, that of other elements in the alloy used by the kings of Cyprus to issue gold coinage and to reconsider the economic policies of the Cypriot kings during the fourth century BC.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Some Cypriote gold coins? / Evangéline Markou

Published:

Jerusalem : Israel Numismatic Society, 2009

Note:

Offprint from: Israel Numismatic Research 4 (2009) p. 9-20

Abstract:

For quite a long time the attribution of gold coins, dated to the fourth century BCE and with the types of a horse and a ram, was disputed between Cyprus and Cyrenaica because numismatic evidence could assign them to either region. The purpose of this paper is to discuss these coins and to examine the iconography, the weight standard and the coin legend. Although the legend is obscure and the weight of the coins can apply to both areas’ weight standards, the iconography does not support the attribution of the coins among the issues of the kings of the Cyprus and favors Cyrenaica.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Symbols on the archaic and classical Cypriot coinage : influences, duration and diffusion / Evangéline Markou

Published:

Antalya : Suna-İnan Kıraç Akdeniz Medeniyetleri Araştırma Enstitüsü, 2014

Note:

Offprint from: Birinci Uluslararasi Anadolu Para Tarihi ve Numismatik Kongresi : bildiriler = First International Congress of the Anatolian Monetary History and Numismatics / editörler: Dortluk, Kayhan, Oguz Tekin, Remziye Boyraz Seyhan ; [İngilizce editörü: Mark Wilson], - Antalya : Suna-İnan Kıraç Akdeniz Medeniyetleri Araştırma Enstitüsü, 2014. - P. 397-408

Abstract:

This paper focuses on certain symbols represented on the gold, silver and bronze coinages of the kings of Cyprus of the archaic and classical periods, such as the ankh, the sign of Tanit and the winged solar disk amongst others. Issues related to their influences, duration and diffusion,  in Cyprus and abroad, are also discussed.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Le témoignage des monnaies sur l’orfèvrerie chypriote classique / Evangéline Markou

Source:

Hommage à Annie Caubet : actes du Colloque International 'Chypre et la Côte du Levant aux IIe et Ier millénaires', Paris, 14-16 juin 2007. - Paris : De Boccard, 2008. - (Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes 37). - P. 411-427

Abstract:

On the Cypriot coins of the Classical period three types of earrings (disk, pendant and circular earring) and two types of necklaces (pearl necklace and torque) can be observed. The purpose of this paper is to present the typology of the above through the testimony of coins and to compare these representations to other works of art, such as jewellery, sculpture, terracottas, vase-painting and coinages minted in other parts of the Greek world, in order to discuss the influences and the general tendencies of the period.

 

Index:

Markou, Evangéline 1975-

Title:

Le voyage de la monnaie chypriote archaïque et classique dans le temps et dans l’espace / Evangéline Markou

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. 397-416

Abstract:

The present contribution studies the ‘trip’ of the Cypriote coinage in time, that is during the archaic and classical periods (5th - 4th centuries BCE), and in space, that is in the interior and outside the borders of the island of Cyprus, through the study of coin hoards and overstrikes. Although foreign currency is rarely found in hoards in Cyprus and in limited quantities, foreign money arrived in the island but was transformed in local money through reissuing or overstrikes.

 

Index:

Masson, Olivier Jean Gabriel 1922-1997

Title:

Notes de numismatique chypriote. [II]: III-V / Olivier Masson

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 24 (1982) p. 7-16

 

Index:

Masson, Olivier Jean Gabriel 1922-1997

Title:

Notes de numismatique chypriote. [III]: VI-VIII / Olivier Masson

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 30 (1988) p. 7-41

 

Index:

Masson, Olivier Jean Gabriel 1922-1997

Title:

Notes de numismatique chypriote. [IV]: IX-X / Olivier Masson

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 33 (1991) p. 60-70

 

Index:

Mavrogordato, John

Title:

A chronological arrangement of the coins of Chios / by J. Mavrogordato

Published:

Oxford : [s.n.], 1918

 

Index:

Naster, Paul 1913-1998

Title:

La légende ΣIBPYTIΩI sur des monnaies de Sybrita / [Paul Naster]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 93 (1947) p. 35-40

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

Some Cypriote 'Alexanders' / [E.T. Newell]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 15 (1915) p. 294-322, pl. 12-15

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

A propos du monnayage archaïque de corcyre / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Revue 88 (2009) p. 103-113, pl. 6

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Les cratérophores de Naxos (Cyclades) : émissions monétaires d'argent à l'époque hellénistique / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 154 (1999) p. 95-119, pl. 13-22

Abstract:

The series of Naxian silver coins (end of the Illrd - Ilnd Century B.C.) are studied with corpus and commentary. The 3rd series has been revealed by the Naxos 1926 hoard (IGCH 255), which is fully described and illustrated for the first time.

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Monnaies d'electrum archaïques : le trésor de Samos de 1894 (IGCH 1158) conservé à Paris / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre, Jean-Noël Barrandon

Source:

Revue Numismatique 152 (1997) p. 121-135

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Naxos (Cyclades) : les émissions de monnaies de bronze du IVe au Ier siècle av. J.-C. / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 161 (2005) p. 17-46, pl. 1-9

Abstract:

Bronze coinage of Cycladic Naxos from the 4th to the 1st century B.C. is studied with corpus and commentary: 6 series of coins with a cantharus, 1 series with a crown, 4 series with grapes, 7 series with a kylix-crater and 3 series with a volute-crater are described. Some coins with very similar types belong certainly to other mints.

 

Index:

Nicolet-Pierre, Hélène 1930-

Title:

Xerxès et le trésor de l'Athos (IGCH 362) / Hélène Nicolet-Pierre

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 34 (1992) p. 7-22, pl. 1

Abstract:

Une nouvelle étude du dossier montre que le tétradrachme athénien Paris 397, venant de la collection Behr cataloguée par François Lenormant, ne peut pas provenir du « trésor de l'Athos ». Les dariques de ce trésor acquis de H. P. Borrell sont parmi les pièces les plus anciennes du Type III (archer à la pique), et ont bien été frappés sous le règne de Xerxès.

 

Index:

Olivier, Julien

Title:

L’atelier monétaire d’Amathonte et la sixième guerre de Syrie (170/9-169/8) / Olivier (Julien), Aumaître (Héloïse)

Source:

Bulletin de la Société Française de Numismatique 69 (2014) 2 (février) p. 26-36

 

Index:

Papageorgiadou-Banis, Charikleia

Title:

The Atzeritis hoard from Kea 1987 / Charikleia Papageorgiadou-Banis

Source:

Numismatica e Antichità Classiche 25 (1996) p. 169-176

 

Index:

Papageorgiadou-Banis, Charikleia

Title:

The coinage of Kea / Charikleia Papageorgiadou-Banis

Series:

Meletēmata ; 24

Published:

Athens : Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Research Foundation ; Paris : Diffusion de Boccard, 1997

 

Index:

Papageorgiadou-Banis, Charikleia

Title:

Koinon of the Keians ? : the numismatic Evidence / Charikieia Papageorgiadou-Banis

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 139 (1993) p. 9-16

 

Index:

Papageorgiadou-Banis, Charikleia

Title:

Monnayage et societe dans les Cyclades pendant la periode imperiale / [Charikieia Papageorgiadou-Banis]

Source:

Topoi 19 (2014) 1 p. 325-333

 

Index:

Requier, Pierre

Title:

Les premiers tetradrachmes hellenistiques de Cos / Pierre Requier

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 75 (1996) p. 53-67, pl. 7-12

 

Index:

Requier, Pierre

Title:

Une rare série de Cos sans portrait impérial du IIIème siècle / Pierre Requier

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 191-202, pl. 1-2

 

Index:

Sheedy, Kenneth A.

Title:

The coinage of Kythnos / Kenneth A. Sheedy, Charikleia Papageorgiadou

Source:

Kea-Kythnos : history and archaeology : proceedings of an International Symposium Kea-Kythnos, 22-25 June 1994 / ed. by L.G. Mendoni, A.J. Mazarakis Ainian. - Athens : Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Research Foundation : Department of History, Ionian University 1998. – (Meletemata ; 27). – P. 649-655

 

Index:

Sheedy, Kenneth A.

Title:

The early classical coinage of Siphnos : some thoughts on the influence of Athens / Kenneth Sheedy

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. 303-306

 

Index:

Sheedy, Kenneth A.

Title:

The early Hellenistic coinage of Tenos / Kenneth Sheedy

Source:

To nomisma sta Nēsia tu Aigaiu : nomismatokopeia, kyklophoria, eikonographia, istoria ; praktika synedriu tēs 5 epistēmonikēs synantēsēs, Mytilēnē, 16-19 septembriu 2006 = Coins in the Aegean Islands : mints, circulation, iconography, history ; proceedings of the fifth scientific meeting, Mytilene, 16-19 September 2006 / epistēmonikē epimeleia Panagiōtēs Tselekas. - Athēna : Ekdosē tōn Philōn tu Nomismatiku Museiu, 2010. - (Obolos ; 9). - P. 335-346

 

Index:

Sheedy, Kenneth A.

Title:

The wreath of Naxos and some thoughts on an unwreathed wreathed (?) archaic Naxian staters in 'ACANS' / Kenneth A. Sheedy

Source:

Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 18 (2007) p. 23-28

 

Index:

Six, Jan Pieter 1824-1899

Title:

Du classement des séries cypriotes / [J.P. Six]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 2e sér. 1 (1875) p. 249-374, pl. 6-8

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

Corpus des monnaies aux dauphins attribuées à Potidaion/Poseidion de Carpathos / Vassiliki E. Stefanaki

Source:

ΚΑΙΡΟΣ : contributions to numismatics in honor of Basil Demetriadi / ed. by Ute Wartenberg and Michel Amandry. - New York : American Numismatic Society, 2015 - P. 231-253, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

The coinage of Telos in the late classical and early Hellenistic periods / Vassiliki E. Stefanaki

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 168 (2008) p. 21-32, pl. 6-9

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

Le monnayage d'argent de Gortyne entre la seconde moitié du IIIe et le premier quart du Ier s. av. J.-C. : remarques préliminaires / Vassiliki E. Stefanaki, Manolis I. Stefanakis

Source:

Revue Numismatique 170 (2013) p. 147-174

Abstract:

In anticipation of the publication of a corpus of the coinage from Gortyn in the Hellenistic period, this paper aims at the deinition of the weight system and the dating of relevant coins issued between the second half of the third and the first quarter of the first century BC. Moreover, we reassess scholarly debate about the Rhodian inluence on the weight system and coin types of Cretan cities and particularly of Gortyn in the second century BC.

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

Le monnayage de Viannos et de Malla en Crète orientale / Vassiliki E. Stefanaki

Source:

Kermatia philias : timètikos tomos gia ton Iôannè Touratsoglou. A: Nomismatiki-epigrafiki / [ed. committee: Stella Drougou … et al.]. - Athens : Ministry of Culture, Numismatic Museum, 2009. - P. 271-283

Abstract:

Les cités crétoises de Viannos et de Malla étaient des cités indépendantes au IIIe et au IIe siècle av. J.-C., comme l'attestent les sources épigraphiques de l'époque hellénistique. En l'état actuel de nos connaissances, les cités en question n'ont pas frappé de monnaies d'argent, mais seulement des monnaies de bronze. Leur monnayage, émis probablement entre 230/220 av. J.-C. et le premier quart du IIe siècle av. J.-C., n'est pas abondant. Le système utilisé est probablement le système éginétique et les dénominations adoptées sont celles inaugurées par Cnossos et Gortyne.

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

La politique monétaire des cités crétoises à l’époque classique et hellénistique / [Vassiliki E. Stefanaki]

Source:

Eulimene 8-9 (2007-2008) p. 47-80

 

Index:

Stefanaki, Vassiliki E.

Title:

Sur deux monnaies de bronze inédites d’Hiérapytna : monnayage hiérapytnien et timbres amphoriques à l’époque hellénistique / [Vassiliki E. Stefanaki]

Source:

Εulimene 2 (2001) p. 129-142

 

Index:

Stefanakis, Manolis I.

Title:

Counter-stamping coins in Hellenistic Crete : a first approach / Manolis I. Stefanakis and Burkhard Traeger

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. 383-394

 

Index:

Sugden, Keith F.

Title:

Minoa on Amorgos : some new imperial coins / Keith Sugden

Source:

Revue Numismatique 160 (2004) p. 115-117

Abstract:

This paper presents an unrecorded coin of Julia Paula for Minoa on Amorgos, and notes that its dies are shared with the 2 other pieces known for her at this city. It further publishes 2 Minoan coins of Antoninus Pius that have only recently been correctly attributed, and which - as die duplicates - provide welcome confirmation of von Sallet's conjectural reading (ZfN, 1890) of the anomalous reverse legend of the hitherto unique piece in Berlin, thus securing the coin's seminal position in the brief numismatic history of Minoa. Epigraphic evidence is adduced to explain the circumstances of this unusual early issue for the city.

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Études sur la numismatique crétoise. [3e art.] / [J.-N. Svoronos]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 3e sér. 7 (1889) p. 169-210, pl. 3-4

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

The inscription TISVROI on coins of Gortyna / [J.N. Svoronos]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 7 (1887) p. 126-131

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Monnaies crétoises inédites. [1e art.] / [Jean-N. Svoronos]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 3e sér. 6 (1888) p. 53-68, pl. 4

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Monnaies crétoises inédites et incertaines. [2e art.] / [Jean-N. Svoronos]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 3e sér. 6 (1888) p. 353-395, pl. 17-18

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Numismatique de la Crète ancienne : accompagnée de l'histoire, la géographie et la mythologie de l'île. Pt. 1: Description des monnaies : histoire et géographie / J.-N. Svoronos

Published:

Macon : Protat, 1890

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Sur les  EBHTE : (Espèce de monnaies) de Crète et la date de la grande inscription contenant les lois de Gortyne / [Jean N. Svoronos]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 12 (1888) p. 405-418

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Tis he nesos 'Syrie' tou Homerou : (eisagoge eis ten meleten ton nomismaton tes nesou Keo). [I] / [J.N. Svoronos]

Source:

Journal International d'Archéologie Numismatique 1 (1898) p. 405-432

 

Index:

Svoronos, Jean Nikolaus 1863-1922

Title:

Tis he nesos 'Syrie' tou Homerou : (eisagoge eis ten meleten ton nomismaton tes nesou Keo). [II] / [J.N. Svoronos]

Published:

Athènes : Barth et von Hirst, [1899]

Note:

Offprint from: Journal International d'Archéologie Numismatique 2 (1899) p. 147-182

 

Index:

Tselekas, Panagiotis

Title:

Countermarks on the hellenistic coinages of the Cyclades / Panagiotis Tselekas, Charikleia Papageorgiadou-Banis

Source:

Sailing in the Aegean : readings on the economy and trade routes / Charikleia Papageorgiadou-Banis and Angeliki Giannikouri (eds). - Athens : Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity ; Paris : De Boccard, 2008. - (Meletēmata ; 53). - P. 157-187

 

Index:

Warren, Jennifer A.W.

Title:

The bronze coinage of the Achaian League: the mints of Achaia and Elis / Jennifer A. W. Warren

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. 151-154

 

Index:

Weiss, Arnold-Peter C.

Title:

The silver staters of Ialysos / Arnold-Peter C. Weiss and Silvia Hurter

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77 (1998) p. 5-15, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Wells, H. Bartlett

Title:

A first coinage of Lindos? / H. Bartlett Wells

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 122 (Mai 1981) p. 29-34

 

Index:

Wells, H. Bartlett

Title:

A silver fraction of Aptera in Crete / H. Bartlett Wells

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 144 (November 1986) p. 85-87

 

Index:

Wroth, Warwick William 1858-1911

Title:

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Crete and the Aegean Islands / by Warwick Wroth ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [9]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1886

 

Index:

Wroth, Warwick William 1858-1911

Title:

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Troas, Aeolis, and Lesbos / by Warwick Wroth

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [17]

Published:

London : Trustees of the British Museum, 1894

 

Index:

Wroth, Warwick William 1858-1911

Title:

Cretan coins / [Warwick Wroth]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 4 (1884) p. 1-58, pl. 1-3

 

Index:

Wroth, Warwick William 1858-1911

Title:

Peparethus and its coinage / [Warwick Wroth]

Source:

Journal of Hellenic Studies 27 (1907) p. 90-98, pl. 4

 

Index:

Zapiti, Eleni

Title:

Highlights from the Museum of the George and Nefeli Giabra Pierides Collection, donated by Clio and Solon Triantafyllides : coins and artefacts / Eleni Zapiti and Evangeline Markou

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. II / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 2112-2115, pl. 1-2