18. Spain, Iberian tribes

Index:

Alexandropoulos, Jacques

Title:

L'influence de Carthage sur les monnayages phénico-puniques d'Espagne / Jacques Alexandropoulos

Source:

Mélanges de la Casa de Velázquez 23 (1987) p. 5-29

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

Localización de las cecas ibéricas del sistema del denario del noreste de la Península Ibérica / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 191 (junio 2016) p. 3-57

 

Index:

Amela Valverde, Luis

Title:

El taller de 'Toletum', una amonedación tardía de la Carpetania / Luis Amela Valverde

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 46 (2016) p. 81-95

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Las acuñaciones con escritura ibérica de la Hispania Ulterior / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

La moneda de los íberos : 'Ilturo' y los talleres layetanos : del 22 de abril al 30 de junio de 2012 / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.]. - [Barcelona] : Museu de l'Estampació de Premià de Mar, 2012. - P. 7-16

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Aportación a la circulación monetaria de la bahía de Cádiz : los hallazgos monetarios de la Avda : Pery Junquera (San Fernando) / Alicia Arévalo González

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. 471-479

 

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Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

De la manipulación a la falsificación de moneda en  ‘Gadir’ / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Falsificació i manipulació de la moneda : XIV Curs d'història monetària d'Hispània / coord. cientifica Marta Campo. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2010. - P. 41-54

Abstract:

'Gadir’s' copious monetization has been an object of different manipulations along his use and traffic for diverse, sometimes difficult reasons to analyze for the absence of contextual information. In this work we will approach some examples of from Cadiz manipulated coins, for whose interpretation we have used of the findings archaeological known. Also we will analyze as certain Hispanic coins they have suffered a meaningful alteration of some of his elements to turn them into from Cadiz money.

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Dinero y moneda en Gadir : ¿de la sal a las primeras acuñaciones? = Money and coinage in Gadir : from salt to the first mintings? / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 227-242

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Les emissions amb inscripció ibèrica de la 'Ulterior' / Alicia Arévalo González.

Source:

Els Ibers : cultura y monedade : [cataleg exposició] Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, del 21 de maig de 2009 al 2 de maig del 2010 / Marta Campo. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2009. - P. 50-55

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Las imágenes monetales hispánicas como emblemas de Estado / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Cuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología 28-29 (2002-2003) p. 241-258

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

La moneda en el mundo funerario y ritual de Gadir-Gades / A. Arévalo González

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. II / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Commission, 2011. – P. 1227-1239

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

La moneda en los ambientes industriales pesquero-conserveros de la costa gaditana : su uso ritual y su valor religioso = Ancient coin in the context of industrial fishery environments in the coastline around Cádiz : its ritual use and its religious value / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Espacio, Tiempo y Forma ser. I. nueva época: Prehistoria y Arqueología  2 (2009) p. 177-195

Abstract:

The aim of this paper is to present the evidence of the cultural use of coinage on the coastline around Cádiz, thought the analysis of the coinage found from industrial environments. This paper deals the finding of three cases of monetary offerings in  iglinae and cetariae. On the other hand, their presence insight into the religions beliefs of the ancient inhabitants of this coastline.

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

La moneda en los ritos púnicos : una primera aproximación / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

La moneda y su papel en las sociedades fenicio-púnicas : XXVII Jornadas de Arqueología Fenicio-Púnica (Eivissa, 2012) / ed. por Benjamí Costa y Jordi H. Fernández. - Eivissa : Museu Arqueològic d'Eivissa i Formentera, 2013. – P. 183-222

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Monedas para el Más Allá : un primer acercamiento desde la necrópolis de Cádiz / Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Las necrópolis de Cádiz : apuntes de arqueología gaditana en homenaje a J. F. Sibón Olano / Ana Ma Niveau de Villedary y Mariñas, Verónica Gómez Fernández (coords.). - Cádiz : Diputación de Cádiz, Cultura Publicaciones : Universidad de Cádiz, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2010. - P. 507-527

Abstract:

In this paper we will provide some deliberations on the presence of coinage in the Cadiz necropolis, and we will supply new data on the coin inds retrieved from the tombs. he fact that the local population regarded these coins as ideal grave-goods illustrates their high religious value, despite their modest material worth.

 

Index:

Arévalo González, Alicia

Title:

Sobre el posible significado y uso de algunas contramarcas en moneda de 'Gadir/Gades' / por Alicia Arévalo González

Source:

Numisma 250 (enero-diciembre 2006) p. 69–100

Abstract:

This work presents the state of things on the Gaditan countermarks; it also conducts a careful analysis of some of the figurative countermarks that appear on this type of currency and compares them to certain potters’ marks. Lastly, the author examines the archeological contexts in which these coins appear, and this brings up the existence of a link with the Gaditan salting industry, while it draws us closer to the possible significance and use of this exceptional numismatic material.

 

Index:

Arias Ferrer, Laura 1980-

Title:

La circulación monetaria de los ejemplares hispano-púnicosen la región de Murcia : su perduración en el registro arqueológico / Laura Arias Ferrer

Source:

Numisma 250 (enero-diciembre 2006) p. 101-110

Abstract:

A presentation and analysis is made of the Hispano-Punic specimens found in the Region of Murcia, principally of those with a known context of appearance, for the purpose of determining their permanence in the archeological record. The author shows the importance and the validity of these issues in the day-to-day interactions of later periods, particularly during the entire Republican period, as they are a very typical example of so-called 'residual currency.

 

Index:

Arslan, Ermanno A. 1940-

Title:

Presenza e funzioni della moneta a Crotone e nella sua Chora / [Ermanno A. Arslan]

Source:

Presenza e funzioni della moneta nelle chorai delle colonie greche dall'Iberia al Mar Nero : atti del XII convegno organizzato dall'Università "Federico II" e dal Centro Internazionale di Studi Numismatici, Napoli, 16-17 giugno 2000 / [redazione, Vincenzo Marrazzo ... [et al.]. -  Roma : Istituto italiano di numismatica, 2004. – P. 219-245

 

Index:

Bravo Jiménez, Salvador

Title:

La Segunda guerra púnica en la costa occidental malagueñ : el hallazgo de Cerro Colorado Benahavis (Mâlaga) / Salvador Bravo Jiménez, Rafael Dorado Cantero, Miguel Vila Oblitas, Antonio Soto Iborra

Source:

Africa Romana 17 (2006) p. 1181-1186

 

Index:

Bravo Jiménez, Salvador

Title:

El tesoro de Cerro Colorado : la Segunda Guerra Púnica en la costa occidental malagueña (Benahavís, Málaga) / por Salvador Bravo Jiménez, Miguel Vila Oblitas, Rafael Dorado Cantero y Antonio Soto Iborra

Source:

Actas [del] XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 105-118

Abstract:

The appearance of three pots filled with silver coins, mostly Hispanic-Carthaginian, and numerous pieces of precious metalwork, along with clippings and silver ingots dating from the 3rd century B.C., allows us to engage in the study of the Carthaginian presence in the Iberian peninsula in addition to catching a glimpse of the first instants of Roman occupation.

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Aspectos de la política monetaria de Malaca durante la Segunda Guerra Púnica / Marta Campo y Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Anejos del Archivo Español de Arqueología  14 (1995) p. 105-109

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Aspectos técnicos y metalográficos de la ceca de Malaca / Marta Campo, Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de Estudios Fenicios y Púnicos : Cádiz, 2 al 6 de octubre de 1995. I / [ed. a cargo de Mª Eugenia Aubert, Manuela Barthélemy]. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2000. - P. 461-470

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Ebusus i la Segona Guerra Púnica : la resposta de la moneda / Marta Campo

Source:

La moneda en temps de crisi : XVI Curs d'història monetària d'Hispània / coord. científica del curs Marta Campo. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2012. - P. 21-46

Abstract:

The period of expansion that the economy of Ebusus enjoyed at the beginning of the last quarter of the 3rd century BC gave rise to an important improvement in the city’s bronze coinage. Shortly after the outbreak of the Second Punic War, Ebusus contributed to financing the Carthaginian cause by returning to the reform of its issues in bronze and proceeding to strike a silver coinage. The war led not only to a wider distribution of Ebusus‘ coinage abroad, but also to the arrival in the island of foreign coin. The silver coinage reached the zones of the Iberian Peninsula that saw the greatest activity by the Carthaginian military; finds of the bronze, on the other hand, are concentrated in Mediterranean coastal sites, evidence principally of the island’s commercial activity.

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Entorn el mite de Caront : la moneda a les necròpolis del litoral oriental de la. Península Ibèrica (segles IV aC-II dC) / Marta Campo

Source:

Mites, ofrenes funeràries i monedes : XV Curs d'història monetària d'Hispània / coord. científica del curs Marta Campo. - Barceona : MNAC, 2011. - P. 75-102

Abstract:

Whether the use of coins to mark the passage into the after-life is to be understood in straight-forward terms or as an illustration of the myth of 'Charon’s obol', in the case of cemetries on the eastern seaboard of the Iberian peninsula the practice appears to have been at best occasional. There are very few examples where it is possible to show that the coins found in burials were intended to serve as a 'ticket' and/or a talisman or amulet or for some other purpose now impossible to determine. Before the imperial period, coins are recorded in burials from the Greek settlement at Emporion and in the Punic city of Baria, but the phenomenon is very rare in indigenous cemetries. Under the high empire, there is a clear increase in the number of burials of the eastern seaboard containing coins: a figure of between 6 and 15 percent of burials that accords well with the evidence of other regions of the Empire.

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

La fase inicial de la ceca de 'Ybshm/Ebusus' (siglo IV a.C.) / Marta Campo

Source:

In amicitia : miscel.lània d'estudis en homenatge a Jordi H. Fernández / ed. per Catalina Ferrando i Benjamì Costa. - Eivissa : Museu Arqueològic d'Eivissa i Formentera, 2014. - (Treballs del Museu Arqueològic d'Eivissa i Formentera ; 72). - P. 133-148

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Mercado, dinero y moneda en el nordeste de Iberia (ss. V-III a.C.) = Market, money and coinage in North-Eastern Iberia (5th to 3rd) / Marta Campo

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 189-202

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

La moneda de Ebusus y su proyección mediterránea / Marta Campo

Source:

Ebusus y Pompeya, ciudades marítimas : testimonios monetales de una relación = Ebusus e Pompei, città marittime : testimonianze monetali di una relazione / Alicia Arévalo González, Darío Bernal Casasola y Daniela Cottica, ed. científicos. - Cádiz : Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Cádiz, [2013]. - (Monografías del Proyecto Pesca y 'Garum' en Pompeya y Herculano ; 1). - P. 61-81

Abstract:

From the 4th century BC onwards, coins of Ebusus travelled beyond the island, carried in ships entering and leaving its port and trading over large areas of the western and central Mediterranean.  The areas and the frequency of these finds more or less coincide with those of the amphorae of Punic Ebusus that have been the subject of research by J. Ramón.  There are, however, two exceptions to this pattern: the silver coinage of the Second Punic War, the production of which can be associated with the need to finance the conflict and the find-distribution of which can be related to troop-movements; and the substantial numbers of 2nd century BC  bronze coins found in Campania (Italy) and, in particular, the locally produced imitations from Pompeii.

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

La moneda ibérica en el nordeste de la Citerior / Marta Campo

Source:

La moneda de los íberos : Ilturo y los talleres layetanos / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.]. - [Barcelona] : Museu de l'Estampació de Premià de Mar, 2012. - P. 17-27

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Nuevos datos sobre la moneda en la colonia de ‘Rhode’ / Marta Campo

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. 323-329

 

Index:

Campo, Marta

Title:

Tesoro de dracmas emporitanas hallado en el Puig de Sant Andreu (Ullastret).  II: Estudio de las moneda / por Marta Campo

Source:

Numisma 251 (enero-diciembre 2007) p. 65-78

Abstract:

The object of the study is a hoard of 54 drachms of Emporion found in the Iberian settlement of Ullastret in 2006. It is argued that the assemblage is a savings-deposit hidden shortly before the beginning of the Second Punic War (probably between 230 and 220 BC) and that its indigenous context suggests that it represented a store of wealth, rather than a medium of exchange. The composition of the present find and that of contemporary deposits confirms the predominance of Emporitan issues in the territory of the indigetes during most of the 3rd century BC.

 

Index:

Castillo Collado, Eva

Title:

El tesorillo de monedas de Ebusus de 'Pedreguer' (Alicante) / Eva Collado, Malluel Gozalbes

Source:

Actas [del] X Congreso Nacional de Numismática. - Madrid : Museo Casa de la Moneda, 2002. - P. 253-258

Abstract:

This paper presents a detailed catalogue of the hoard of Pedreguer (IGCH 2344), which contains 27 small AE of Ebusus of the 2nd century BC.

 

Index:

Cebrián Sánchez, Miguel Angel

Title:

Imágenes helenísticas en Córdoba : dos ejemplos numismáticos / Miguel Angel Cebrián Sánchez

Source:

Anales de Arqueología Cordobesa 9 (1998) p. 323-330

 

Index:

Cebrián Sánchez, Miguel Angel

Title:

Moneda púnica de plata en la colección 'Sánchez Jiménez' del Museo de Albacete / Miguel Angel Cebrián Sánchez

Source:

El mundo púnico : religión, antropología y cultura material : actas II Congreso Internacional del Mundo Púnico, Cartagena, 6-9 de abril de 2000 / ed. A. González Blanco, G. Matilla Séiquer, A. Egea Vivancos. - Murcia : Universidad de Murcia, Instituto del Próximo Oriente Antiguo, Área de Historia Antigua, 2004. - P. 195-198

 

Index:

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Plata, guerra y sociedad : Iberia, finales del siglo III a.C.-inicios II a.C. / Francisca Chaves Tristán

Source:

I ritrovamenti monetali e i processi storico-economici nel mondo antico / a cura di Michele Asolati, Giovanni Gorini. - Padova : Esedra, cop. 2012. - (Numismatica Patavina ; 12). - P. 151-189

 

Index:

Chaves Tristán, Francisca

Title:

Trueque, dinero y moneda en la Oretania : nuevos documentos = Barter, money and coinage in Oretania : new documents / Francisca Chaves Tristán, Ruth Pliego Vázquez

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient Mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV Encuentro Penínsular de Numismática Antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / María Paz García-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díaz [i.e. Díez] (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2011. - P. 243-246

 

Index:

Chevillon, Jean-Albert

Title:

The Greek Far West : an exceptional adaptation of a design from Asia Minor with bull and lion foreparts / Jean-Albert Chevillon and Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 25 (2014) p. 41-46

Abstract:

Our recent research on the coinages of Emporion has enabled us to collect six new post-archaic specimens, probably all minted in the north east of the Iberian Peninsula, which depict the joined foreparts of lion (right) and bull (left) on the obverse. This design, initiated in Sardis (Asia Minor) in the middle of the 6th century B.C., is not known to have been used elsewhere.

 

Index:

Chevillon, Jean-Albert

Title:

Période archaïque : une nouvelle émission empuritaine présente dans le trésor d’Auriol / Jean-Albert Chevillon et Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Nomismatica Chronica 32 (2014) p. 33-38

 

Index:

Cores Gomendio, María Cruz

Title:

Cuadrante inédito de Alaun / María Cruz Cores Gomendio y Gonzalo Cores Uría

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. 497-498

 

Index:

Cores Uría, Gonzalo

Title:

Un perro en cuadrantes de Untikesken / Gonzalo Cores Uría, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Source:

Saguntum 46 (2014) p. 215-217

 

Index:

Ferrer Albelda, Eduardo

Title:

'…Auxilium consanguineis karthaginiensis misere' : un nuevo marco interpretativo de las relaciones entre Cartago y las comunidades púnicas de Iberia / Eduardo Ferrer Albelda, Ruth Pliego Vázquez

Source:

Mainake 32 (2010) 1 p. 525-557

Abstract:

The relations between Carthage and the Iberian Peninsula have mainly been viewed from the perspective of military domination. The traditional historiography up to the 80’s interpreted the Carthaginian policy on the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the VI century BC as basically one of imperial domination directed at replacing the Phoenician presence by direct Carthaginian control. This particular view was based on a not too critical use of Greek and Latin written sources, themselves very limited in scope and many times of polemical interpretation. Nevertheless, ever since the publication in 1975 of a fundamental work by C. R. Whittaker, Carthaginian imperialism in the fifth and fourth centuries, it became evident that there had not been such a consistently aggressive, anti-Hellenic, imperialist Carthaginian policy. This interpretation, with few exceptions, was taken up by Spanish investigators who adopted the concept of assimilation versus imperialism, and proposed a commercial administration as the expression of Carthaginian supremacy in lieu of direct control of territory. Nevertheless, we do have literary references that testify to Carthaginian hegemony in the south of the Iberian Peninsula prior to the Barquid period. Yet the recent appearance of two treasure troves of Carthaginian coins one in El Gandul (Alcala de Guadaíra, Seville) and the indirect evidence of a second found in Fuentes de Andalucia (Seville) both with a chronology of the end of the IV century or the beginnings of the III century BC, has rekindled interest in the question of Carthaginian armies in the Iberian Peninsula prior to arrival of Hamilcar Barca in 237 BC. By this information we do not in any way pretend to re-instate the old imperialist scheme, but rather we wish to view these archaeological troves in a historical context defined by the relations between states. The literary quotes have always been contemplated from the exclusive perspective of a supposed Carthaginian aspiration of occupying the Iberia, but never from the perspective of the Punic communities already long established in the Peninsula, who were probably much more interested in the protection offered by the Carthaginians than in their domination. Gadir and other Punic cities would demand protection, especially against the endemic piracy and the threats by potentially dangerous neighbours, and Carthage, in exchange, would be guaranteed an assured supply of metals, especially silver, for which Iberia was virtually its only source. This diplomatic tradition between Carthage and the Punic cities in Iberia is where we can find an explanation for presence of Carthaginian armies in the Turdetania between the IV and III centuries BC.

 

Index:

Ferrer Albelda, Eduardo de

Title:

Carthaginian garrisons in Turdetania : the monetary evidence / Eduardo Ferrer-Albelda and Ruth Pliego-Vázquez

Source:

Money, trade and trade routes in pre-Islamic North Africa / ed. by Amelia Dowler and Elizabeth R. Galvin. - London : British Museum, cop. 2011. - (British Museum research publication ; no. 176). - P. 33-41

Abstract:

The relationship between Carthage and the Iberian Peninsula has traditionally been interpreted as the result of Carthaginian domination and from an invasionist perspective. Indeed, the historiographical tradition, up until the 1980s, understood the involvement of Carthage in Iberia as another episode of its imperialist policy, leading to the substitution of the Phoenician colonial domination by the Carthaginian occupation towards the end of the 6th century bc. An important manifestation of this is the repopulation of Phoenician territories and cities by Libyo-Phoenician populations, as was the case in Gadir, Seks,  Malaka, Abdera and Baria. This interpretation was based mainly on literary sources, but was rooted in an uncritical and decontextualised analysis of a limited, dissimilar and polemical collection of Greek and Latin texts by Justin, Diodorus, Avienus, Pseudo Scymnus, Macrobius and Vitrubius.

 

Index:

Ferrer i Jané, Joan

Title:

La lengua de las leyendas monetales ibéricas / Joan Ferrer i Jané

Source:

La moneda de los íberos : 'Ilturo' y los talleres layetanos / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.]. - [Barcelona : s.n.], 2012. - P. 28-43

Abstract:

This paper aims to summarize the state of the research on the legends of Iberian coins. The legends mainly identify place names, personal names, value marks and issue marks. These elements can appear isolated, accompanied by morphemes or in multiple composition or combination between them.

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Grafitos sobre un shekel del Tesoro de Mogente / Ma Paz García-Bellido, Javier de Hoz

Source:

Per speculum in aenigmata : miradas sobre la antigüedad : homenaje a Ricardo Olmos / P. Bádenas de la Peña ... [et al.] (eds.). - Madrid : Asociación Cultural Hispano-Helénica, 2014. - P. 285-292

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Los griegos de Iberia en época arcaica y clásica según datos metrológicos y numismáticos / Mª Paz García-Bellido

Source:

El oriente griego en la Península Ibérica : epigrafía e historia / ed. por María Paz de Hoz y Gloria Mora. - Madrid : Real Academia de la Historia, 2013. - (Bibliotheca archaeologica hispana ; 39). - P. 111-136

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Iconografía fenicio-púnica en moneda romana republicana de la Bética / M. P. García-Bellido

Source:

Zephyrus 43 (1990) p. 371-383

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Los primeros testimonios metrológicos y monetales de fenicios y griegos en el Sur peninsular / por Ma. Paz García-Bellido

Source:

Archivo Español de Arqueología 75 (2002) 185-186 p. 93-106

 

Index:

Garcia-Bellido García de Diego, María Paz

Title:

Los sistemas ponderales en el mundo púnico de Iberia e Ibiza / Ma Paz García-Bellido

Source:

La moneda y su papel en las sociedades fenicio-púnicas : XXVII Jornadas de Arqueología Fenicio-Púnica (Eivissa, 2012) / ed. por Benjamí Costa y Jordi H. Fernández. - Eivissa : Museu Arqueològic d'Eivissa i Formentera, 2013. - (Treballs del museu arqueològic d’Éivissa i Formentera ; 68). - P. 35-60

 

Index:

García Riaza, Enrique

Title:

La incorporación de la leyenda en la moneda de Ebusus : una valoración histórica / Enrique García Riaza

Source:

'Moneta qua scripta' : la moneda como soporte de escritura ; actas del III Encuentro Peninsular de Numismática Antigua, Osuna (Sevilla), febrero-marzo 2003 / F. Chaves Tristán, F.J. García Fernández (eds.). - Sevilla : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, Departamento de Historia Antigua y Arqueología, 2004. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 33). - P. 67-70

Abstract:

The first inclusion of legend in the coinage of 'Ebusus' can only be atested in the issue of Group XIX, now dated by Campo 'post' 91 BC, thus, much later in comparison with the pattern of punicmints of the Iberian peninsula. A possible explanation for this delay, based in typological reasons, is proposed, and a link of the issue to the aftermath of the Sertorian War, corresponding to the reconstruction of the city in 81-80 BC, is also defended from economical and political basis.

 

Index:

Gil Farrés, Octavio

Title:

La ceca de la  Colonia Caesarea Augusta / por Octavio Gil Farrés

Source:

Ampurias 13 (1951) p. 65-111

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Jinetes sin escudo : las representaciones ecuestres de la Citerior / Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Numisma 250 (enero-diciembre 2006) p. 295-318

AbstractS:

Horsemen occupied the reverse of the bronze units and denarii from Hispania Citerior in the 2nd-1st centuries B.C., the variety with the spear being the most common. The design has been linked to the portrayal of the indigenous elites. A comparison of these depictions in which the absence of a shield is comspicuous, with others of similarly formed features on decorated ceramics and funerary steles, presents for the most part scenes relating to the world of hunting. Additionally, a reading of the coin reverses in this sense would go along well with the other designs on the lower denominations, generally dedicated to illustrating animals.

 

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Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia, Manuel

Title:

Noticia preliminar sobre un plomo ibérico / Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Anales de Prehistoria y Arqueología de la Universidad de Murcia 9-10 (1993-1994 p. 151-154.

 

Index:

Gozalbes García, Helena

Title:

Avance al estudio de la circulación monetaria de época ibérica en el territorio de Valeria (Cuenca) / Helena Gozalbes García, Enrique Gozalbes Cravioto

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 189 (junio 2015) p. 45-52

 

Index:

Graells i Fabregat, Raimon

Title:

Una didracma de Neàpolis trobada a Belianes (Lleida, Catalunya) / Raimon Graells i Fabregat, Francesc Giral Royo

Source:

Acta Numismatica 37 (2007) p. 17-28

 

Index:      

Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

La emisión bilingüe de Kelse / Tomás Hurtado Mullor, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Source:

'Moneta qua scripta' : la moneda como soporte de escritura : actas del III Encuentro Peninsular de Numismática Antigua, Osuna (Sevilla), febrero-marzo 2003 / F. Chaves Tristán, F.J. García Fernández (eds.). - Sevilla : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, Departamento de Historia Antigua y Arqueología, 2004. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 33). - P. 39-55

Abstract:

This paper deals with the bilingual issue of the Iberian city of Kelse, in order to know how big the output was and what technical aspects were connected with its manufacture.

 

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Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

Un tesoro de monedas de la II Guerra Púnica en la Real Academia de la Historia / Tomás Hurtado Mullor

Source:

Saguntum 41 (2009) p. 95-107

Abstract:

In the year 2000 came into the Real Academia de la Historia in Madrid a group of coins given by Max Turiel. The great part of the coins are divisors of Punic Coins minted in Iberian Peninsula, 93 pieces with divisors coins from Malaca, Massalia and from of modern age. Excepting this last coin and the ones from Massalia probably the Punic coins are a treasure hidden during the Second Punic War at the Iberian Peninsula.

 

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López Sánchez, Fernando

Title:

Moneda ibérica y 'hospitium' / Fernando López Sánchez

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. 511-515

 

Index:

Manfredi, Lorenza Ilia

Title:

Le monete puniche e neopuniche riutilizzate nei contesti tombali di Ibiza / Lorenza Ilia Manfredi

Source:

Oggetti-simbolo : produzione, uso e significato nel mondo antico / a cura Isabella Baldini Lippolis, Anna Lina Morelli. - Bologna : Ante Quem, cop. 2011. - P. 9-28

Abstract:

The occurrence of Punic and neo-Punic coins used as ornaments finds particular evidence at the necropolis of Puig del Molins (Ibiza, Balearic Islands), where examples of the so-called Sardinian-Punic mint I A and B, of the Core/head type and of the local mint with Bes were found mostly in the graves of children. This fact is also demonstrated at the Tipasa necropolis in Algeria. The relationship established between the Balearic Islands and the central coast of Algeria, especially during the second Punic war, finds further confirmation with the discovery of Iol-Caesarea coins from the late 3rd century B.C. on the island of Ibiza, that had been recycled to be worn as pendants on necklaces. The Sardinian-Punic examples that were drilled and used as pendants on necklaces found in Minorca date back to 241 B.C.

 

Index:

Marín Martínez, Antonio Pedro

Title:

Iconografía sagrada fenicio-púnica en las monedas de Hispania siglos III al I a. C. / Antonio Pedro Marín Martínez

Source:

El Futuro del Pasado 2 (2011) p. 569-590

Abstract:

Religion was a main component of the Phoenician colonizing process, since temples exercised great influence in commercial transactions, an important aspect within this society. As a corollary, coinage, although maintaining a clear economic basis, also maintained a religious basis, which reinforced its legality. In Hispania, the underlying religious basis is well reflected in the diverse coinage issues of Hispanic mints, during the Phoenician-punic and republican Roman periods. Coinage mintage in this period, due to the great number of mints present, developed an extensive sacred iconography, both in relation to indigenous divinities, as well as the presence, after the Roman conquest, of Roman divinities and/or symbols, developed through a cultural syncretism of existing cults.

 

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Marqués González, Néstor F.

Title:

La ceca latina de Segovia : historiografía y planteamientos generales = The latin mint of Segovia : historiography and general approach / Néstor F. Marqués González

Source:

Oppidum 10 (2014) p. 73-90

Abstract:

This article seeks to establish a new research base on the latin mint of Segovia through a critical analysis of the previous research, which in many cases is already outdated by the new data given to us by the progress of numismatic research in general and of the Segovia mint in particular. In addition to exposing all the historiographical knowledge available to the mint, we will provide some hints of new chronological and interpretative approaches to this mint as a conclusion, setting indeed, this new research base on the mint of Segovia.

 

Index:

Marqués González, Néstor F.

Title:

Nuevos planteamientos cronológicos e interpretativos sobre la ceca latina de Segovia : una emisión inédita / Néstor F. Marqués González

Source:

Numisma 257 (2013) p. 69-93

Abstract:

During the course of our monographic research on the coins produced by the Segovia mint in Roman times, we have been able to verify the existence of an issue as yet unpublished in the numismatic referenceworks. Although negligibly represented by comparison with the already published Segovia issue, it willassist us greatly when trying to solve the problem of the chronology of the mint, the explanation for whichhas in many cases been ambiguous, contradictory and unsuccessful throughout the whole last five centu-ries of investigation into the subject.

 

Index:

Martínez Chico, David

Title:

Un shekel hispano-cartaginés hallado en las Vegas Altas del Guadiana (Badajoz) y su posible significado contextual / David Martínez Chico

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 45 (2015) p. 29-31

 

Index:

Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Aportación de la Numismática ibérica al estudio de los orígenes de Barcelona / [Felipe Mateu y Llopis]

Source:

Boletín de la Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona 19 (1946) p. 135-144

 

Index:

Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Del as libral al semiuncial en la Hispania citerior / por Felipe Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 25 (1963) p. 165-175

 

Index:

Matilla Séiquer, Gonzalo

Title:

Monedas púnicas en la Región de Murcia : la significación de algunos contextos /  Gonzalo Matilla Séiquer, Rafael González Fernández

Source:

El mundo púnico : religión, antropología y cultura material : actas II Congreso Internacional del Mundo Púnico, Cartagena, 6-9 de abril de 2000 / ed. A. González Blanco, G. Matilla Séiquer, A. Egea Vivancos. - Murcia : Universidad de Murcia, Instituto del Próximo Oriente Antiguo, Área de Historia Antigua, 2004. - P. 199-204

 

Index:

Mierse, William

Title:

Temple images on the coinage of Southern Iberia / William Mierse

Source:

Revue BeIge de Numismatique 139 (1993) p. 37-57

 

Index:

Montero Ruiz, Ignacio

Title:

Sobre la procedencia de los metales de las primeras monedas del NE. ibérico : aplicación de análisis de isotopos de plomo = About the provenance of metals in the first coins from north-east of Spain : lead isotope analysis use / Ignacio Montero Ruiz Arturo Pérez, Nuria Rafel

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 203-212

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Un depósito de plomos monetiformes de pocedencia bética conservados en el Museo Arqueológico Nacional / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

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. 517-522

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Divinitats poliades a les emissions de traició feniciopúnica del sud de la península Ibèrica / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Déus i mites de l'antiguitat : l'evidència de la moneda d'Hispània / Marta Campo ... [et al.]. - Barcelona : MNAC, 2012. - P. 26-31

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Ethnic, cultural and civic identities in ancient coinage of the southern Iberian Peninsula (3rd C. BC–1st C. AD) / Bartolomé Mora Serrano, Gonzalo Cruz Andreotti

Source:

The city and the coin in the ancient and early medieval worlds / ed. by Fernando López Sánchez. - Oxford : Archaeopress, 2012. - (BAR international series ; 2402). – P. 1-15

Abstract:

Behind the complex systematisation of the coinage from Ulterior lie relevant contributions to the ethnocultural mapping of the region. This paper explores the possibility, as in the case of Phoenician-Punic coinage, of using numismatic evidence from Turdetani, Turduli, Oretanos, and Bastetano cities to identify distinct cultural realities – enhanced or not by Roman presence in the region. It further questions whether these realities correspond with maps based on previous studies on place names, archaeological remains and ancient geographical references.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Las fuentes de la iconografía monetal fenicio púnica / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Los cartagineses y la monetización del Mediterráneo occidental : actas de la mesa redonda celebrada en Madrid, enero 1999 / Mª Paz García-Bellido y Laurent Callegarin (coordinadores). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, Departamento de Historia Antigua y Arqueología : Casa de Velázquez, 2000. - P. 157-168

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

La iconografía de la moneda hispano-púnica / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Les imatges monetàries : llenguatge i significat : VII Curs d'història monetària d'Hispània, 27 i 28 de novembre de 2003 / [autors Eduard Carbonell ... et al.]. - Barcelona : Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2003. - P. 47-66

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

La iconografía monetal fenicio-púnica como reflejo de cultos cívicos, mitos e identidades conpartidas / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

La moneda y su papel en las sociedades fenicio-púnicas : XXVII jornadas de arqueología fenicio-púnica (Eivissa, 2012) / ed. por Benjamí Costa y Jordi H. Fernández. - Eivissa : Museu Arqueològic d'Eivissa i Formentera, 2013. - P. 143-182

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

La moneda fenicio-púnica en Hispania en el siglo I a.C. / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

La moneda al final de la República :entre la tradició i la innovació : IX Curs d'Historia monetaria d'Hispània. - Barcelona : Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2005. - P. 51-72

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Moneda e identidades en las amonedaciones de la ‘Ulterior-Baetica’ : zonas nucleares y perif / [Bartolomé Mora Serrano]

Source:

Romanización, fronteras y etnias en la Roma Antigua : el caso hispano / Juan Santos Yanguas y Gonzalo Cruz Anderotti (eds.) : M. Fernández Corral y L. Sánchez Voigt (cols). - Vitoria-Gasteiz : Universidad del País Vasco, Servicio Editorial = Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Argitalpen Zerbitzua 2012. – (Revisiones de historia antigua ; 7). – P. 735-769

Abstract:

This is a review of those identifying features that can offer the coins minted by cities of Turdetania, analyzing the presence and absence of certain elements such as the use of Latin, personal names and certain iconographic topics come together in nuclear mints of Baetis’ Valley. As a counterpoint, it attempts to apply the same scheme —center and periphery— the coinage of Phoenician-Punic tradition, also emphasizing the striking differences between the mints known as Liby-phoenician.

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Notas sobre representaciones solares en la numismática púnica / B. Mora Serrano

Source:

Atti del V Congresso internazionale di studi fenici e punici, Marsala-Palermo, 2-8 ottobre 2000. Vol. III / a cura di Antonella Spanò Giammellaro. - Palermo : Università di Palermo, Facoltà di lettere e filosofia, 2005. - P. 1351-1357

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Notas sobre un tipo monetal hispano-púnico de Sexs (Almuñecar, Granada) / B. Mora Serrano

Source:

Rivista di Studi Fenici 22 (1994) 2 p. 161-173, pl. 5

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Ponderales, moneda y mercado en la Málaga tardopúnica : la primera monetización de 'Malaca' y su territorio = Weights, coinage and markets in late Punic Malaga : the first monetization of 'Malaca' and its territory / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 169-184

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Una posible representación de Cayo y Lucio en la amonedación hispano-púnica de Malaca / por Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Numisma 41 (julio-dieciembre 1991) p. 19-42

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Un reflejo de la propaganda imperial en la moneda hispano-púnica : Malaca / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Abstract:

Actes du XIe Congrès International de Numismatique : organisé à l'occasion du 150e anniversaire de la Société Royale de Numismatique de Belgique, Bruxelles, 8-13 septembre 1991 = Proceedings of the XIth International Numismatic Congress : organized for the 150th anniversary of the Société Royale de Numismatique de Belgique, Brussels, September 8th-13th 1991. Vol. I: Monnaies grecques et grecques d'époque impérale / éd. par le Séminaire de numismatique Marcel Hoc sous la dir. de Tony Hackens, Ghislaine Moucharte ; avec la collab. de Catherine Courtois ... [et al.]. - Louvain-la-Neuve : Association Professeur Marcel Hoc pour l'encouragement des recherches numismatiques, 1993. – P. 325-329

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Sobre el templo de las acuñaciones malacitanas / [Bartolomé Mora Serrano]

Source:

Jábega 35 (1981) p. 37-42

 

Index:

Mora Serrano, Bartolomé 1960-

Title:

Sobre el uso de la moneda en las ciudades fenicio-púnicas de la Península Ibérica / Bartolomé Mora Serrano

Source:

Las ciudades fenicio-púnicas en el Mediterráneo Occidental / José Luis López Castro (ed.). - Almería : Universidad de Almería ; [Madrid] : Centro de Estudios Fenicios y Púnicos, 2007. – P. 405-438

Abstract:

The currency of Phoenician-Punic tradition of Spain is one of the main examples of the cultural identity  of these populations. This work insists on its civic character that justifies the election of iconographies and  inscriptions, but also its modest contribution to the economy of these populations. Most of these coinings  they should be analyzed in the context of the action of Carthage and Rome in Hispania.

 

Index:

Moreno Pulido, Elena

Title:

Hércules en el Hades : iconografía hercúlea en las monedas de la necrópolis de Gadir / Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Mites, ofrenes funeràries i monedes : XV Curs d'Història Monetària d'Hispània / coord. científica del curs Marta Campo. - Barceona : MNAC, 2011. - P. 103-124

Abstract:

This paper aims to contribute to the study of numismatics in funerary context, through the study of monetary iconography in the necropolis of Gades. There will be a symbolic journey through the image of Melkart-Heracles, whose scatological content seems to justify its use in mortuary environment.

 

Index:

Moreno Pulido, Elena

Title:

La iconografía marítima en la moneda de la 'Ulterior-Baetica' costera = Maritime iconography in the currency of coastal 'Ulterior-Baetica' / Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Anales de Arqueología Cordobesa 20 (2009) p. 279-304

Abstract:

This paper aims to present an iconographic and iconological walk through the maritime theme type of currency minted in the Coastal Baetica since the beginning of the third century b. C. until the end of its mintage during the Empire. To meet this target, I shall state briefly the origins and parallels of these images in order to explain the economic, social and ideological meanings that this iconography entails.

 

Index:

Moreno Pulido, Elena

Title:

La imagen proyectada por la Bética Costera durante los siglos III a. C. a I d. C. : un análisis iconológico de su acuñación monetal = The Image projected by the coastal Baetica during the IIIrd century B. C. to the 1st A. C. : an analysis from the monetary iconology / Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Espacio Tiempo y Forma. Ser. I: Prehistoria y Arqueología. Nueva época 2 (2009) p. 143- 156

Abstract:

This work takes as a target the study of themonetary iconography of themarinemints of the Baetica, from the beginnings of his coinage up to the closing of the same ones. The synchronous iconographic and iconologic analysis of hismoney shows the economic and cultural connections between these cities, simultaneously it presents visually the advance of the roman civilization, as well as the integration of these communities, phoenician traditionally, in the Latin culture.

 

Index:

Moreno Pulido, Elena

Title:

Melkart-Herakles y sus distintas advocaciones en la Bética costera / Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. I / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 293-303, pl. 1-4

 

Index:

Pliego Vázquez, Ruth

Title:

Un nuevo conjunto monetal cartaginés procedente de El Gandul (Alcalá de Guadaira, Sevilla) / Ruth Pliego

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. 531-533

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

The archaic coinage of Emporion / Pere Pau Ripollès and Jean-Albert Chevillon

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2013

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 173 (2013) p. 1-21, pl. 1-5

Abstract:

The attribution to Emporion of coins minted in the second half of the 5th century and during the 4th century poses few problems, for they bear the legend ΕΜ or ΕΜΠΟΡ or appear quite frequently in hoards from the Iberian peninsula. However, little is known about the colony’s earliest coinage, from the archaic period. This comprises some quite rare and often unpublished varieties, anepigraphic and with various types, based frequently on models also used by the mint of Massalia. Recent finds allow us to present here a picture of an unexpectedly rich variety of coinage in this period (515-480 BC).

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

El dinero en la Contestania durante los siglos V-III a.C. / Pere P. Ripollès Alegre

Source:

Huellas griegas en la Contestania ibérica : [exposición, Alicante], MARQ-Museo Arqueológico de Alicante, [del el 2 de abril al 13 de octubre de 2009] / Manuel Olcina Doménech, Julio J. Ramón Sánchez, eds. ; [textos catálogo Lorenzo Abad Casal ... [et al.]. - Alicante : Museo Arqueológico de Alicante, [2009]. – P. 62-75

Abstract:

Catálogo de la exposición sobre moneda valenciana a lo largo de la Historia. Conjunto de estudios que muestran qué moneda se utilizó y se atesoró en el territorio valenciano.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Una leyenda monetal inédita de 'Saitabi' / Pere Pau Ripollès i Alegre

Source:

Saguntum 33 (2001) p. 167-171

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

La moneda en el área rural de Ebusus (siglo IV-I a.C.) / Pere Pau Ripollès ... [et al.]

Source:

Ús i circulació de la moneda a la Hispània Citerior : XIII Curs d'Història Monetària d'Hispània [26 i 27 novembre 2009] / coord. científica, Marta Campo. - Barcelona : MNAC, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2009. - P. 105-135

Abstract:

The study of the collection of coins presented by A. Martin to the MAEF, in 1991, coming from sporadic findings in rural areas of ibiza, has allowed us to improve our knowledge about the coinages circulating in Ebusus, between the 5th/4th centuries BC and the 1st BC. During this peri- od the monetary output of Ebusus covered, almost in its totality the bronze monetary needs of the island. The new collection also ratifies the levels of production in every period in which coins are grouped. The sample also attested the nonexistence of differences between the bronze coins used in an urban media and in necropolis and those that were used in rural and periurban context. By its size and weight it was an unsuitable coinage to cover payments with considerable quantity, due to his reduced value, but they show the intense and early monetization of Ebusus, already from early 3rd century BC.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Las monedas del tesoro de Morella, conservadas en la B.N. de París / Pere P. Ripollès

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 15 (1985) p. 47-64

Abstract:

A Greek coin Hoard found at Morella (Castellón, Spain). It was buried during the IV century BC and contained Emporitan, Jonian and Massaliotan silver fractions.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Una nueva emisión de la ceca de Erkauika / Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Source:

Saguntum 48 (2016) p. 201-204

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

Las primeras acuñaciones griegas e ibéricas de la Península Ibérica : formalización del uso de la plata a peso : Emporion y Arse / Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

'Moneta qua scripta' : la moneda como soporte de escritura : actas del III Encuentro Peninsular de Numismática Antigua, Osuna (Sevilla), febrero-marzo 2003 / F. Chaves Tristán, F.J. García Fernández (eds.). - Sevilla : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, Departamento de Historia Antigua y Arqueología 2004. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 33). - P. 329-340

Abstract:

The purpose of this work is to think about the circumstances the coinage was born in the cities of Emporion and Arse: the previous steps for the introduction of the coin, aswell as the population prepared to assimilate a monetarist economy. About the first question, it seems that one part of the goods, services and private and public duties are being valued on silver on weight from the V-IV B.C. From the characteristics of the first coins, we can see that an important part of the population was able to use them.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

El reflejo de la iconografía Helenística en las emisiones de Iberia Oriental : el siglo III a.C. / Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre

Published:

Roma : Bretschneider, 2012

Note:

Offprint from: Il significato delle immagini : numismatica, arte, filologia, storia : atti del secondo incontro internazionale di studio del Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae : (Genova, 10-12 Novembre 2005) / a cura di Rosella Pera. - Roma : Bretschneider, 2012. - P. 193-218 , pl. 40-43 

Abstract:

Study of the monetary designs of the issues minted in the Eastern part of Iberia, during the third century BC, in order to detect the incidence that the iconographic monetary designs of the Hellenistic time had on them, and to draw up the evolution and the temporary stages with which these influences could take place.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

El tesoro de Armuña de Tajuña (Guadalajara). Pt. I: Las monedas / por Pere P. Ripollès, Gonzalo Cores y Manuel Gozalbes

Source:

Actas : XIII Congreso Nacional de Numismática : Moneda y arqueología : Cádiz, 22-24 de octubre de 2007. T. I / ed. por Alicia Arévalo González. - Cádiz : Universidad de Cádiz, 2009. - P. 163-182 

Abstract:

A hoard consisting of coins, crockery, jewellery and hack-silver found in Armuña de Tajuña (Guadalajara) is the subject of this study. The deposit reveals the sorts of coin and other objects of precious metals that were in circulation at the time of the Second Punic War and, in particular, provides confirmation of the early date of the Gaulish «à la croix» coinage.

 

Index:

Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

El tesoro de Rosas / Pere P. Ripollès

Source:

Saguntum 27 (1994) p. 137-154

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

El tresor d'Orpesa la Vella (Orpesa, Castelló) / Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Acta Numismàtica 35 (2005) p. 15-34

 

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Ripollès Alegre, Pere Pau 1953-

Title:

The X4 hoard (Spain) : unveiling the presence of Greek coinages during the Second Punic War / Pere Pau Ripollès

Source:

Israel Numismatic Research 3 (2008) p. 51-64, pl. 3-4

Abstract:

A specific lot of Greek coins coming from one of the most important hoards buried in Spain during the last or first decade of the third-second century BCE is described in detail. Attention is drawn to their role in the economy of this time period, in which coins were valued by users for their silver content. The Second Punic War war and related troop movements fostered the spread of Greek coins far from their minting area on a scale not previously seen.

 

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Rodríguez Casanova, Isabel

Title:

Alteraciones en moneda hispánica : algunas reflexiones sobre la moneda cizallada = Alterations in hispanic coinage : some reflections about clipping coins / Isabel Rodríguez Casanova, Alberto J. Canto García

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 247-266

 

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Sáez Romero, Antonio Manuel

Title:

Late Punic or Early Roman? : a 2nd century BC deposit from Gadir/Gades (Cadiz Bay, Spain) / Antonio M. Sáez Romero, Max Luaces and Elena Moreno Pulido

Source:

Herom 5 (2016) 1 p. 27-77

Abstract:

Through the study of an unpublished context of the Torre Alta kiln site (San Fernando, Cadiz, Spain), this contribution explores the transformations of the Punic communities of the Strait of Gibraltar region during the earlier stages of the Roman Republic rule. It can be presumed that some Punic communities, such as our case study (Gadir-Gades), seem not to have been wiped out during the conflict and were soon politically and economically integrated into the Roman sphere. Nonetheless, the economic and cultural consequences and traces of this transition into the Roman world are still poorly archaeologically defined. It was a period of cultural and economic mixture particularly difficult to analyze from an archaeological perspective. Thus, on the basis of material culture studies, the work reflects on how should we name and read the items with Punic form but that were produced during the Roman period. Also, the paper focus on the analysis of this transition phase identified as 'Late Punic', paying attention to both the epistemological conditions of such a study and how this political situation could had an impact on material culture.

 

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Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

La ceca de 'Ilturo' : estado de la cuestión / Alejandro G. Sinner

Source:

La moneda de los íberos : 'Ilturo' y los talleres layetanos : del 22 de abril al 30 de junio de 2012 / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.]. - [Barcelona] : Museu de l'Estampació de Premià de Mar, 2012. - P. 72-84

 

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Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

La circulación monetaria en el valle de Cabrera de Mar (El Maresme, Barcelona) / Alejandro G. Sinner, Carles Martí Garcia

Source:

La moneda de los íberos : 'Ilturo' y los talleres layetanos : del 22 de abril al 30 de junio de 2012 / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.]. - [Barcelona] : Museu de l'Estampació de Premià de Mar, 2012. - P. 55-71

 

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Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

La difusión de las emisiones ibéricas layetanas / Alejandro G. Sinner

Source:

Saguntum 45 (2013) p. 171-192

Abstract:

Numismatic finds whose provenance is reliably known give us the possibility of evaluateing in details the territories where the coinage was identified and used. The population patterns and the travel routes networks are factors that determinate the dispersion of the coins. We ought not forget that it is people who carry the coins and move using those route networks connecting different populations. The aim of this work is to study the dispersion of the Laietani Iberian coinage with a goal to analyze whether the aforementioned factors have left their mark on the archaeological and numismatic register, if this is the case, the objective is to interpret them so that we better understand the use and the circulatory pattern of these bronze coins.

 

Index:

Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

La moneda de los íberos : 'Ilturo' y los talleres layetanos / Alejandro G. Sinner (ed.) ; Alicia Arévalo González ... [et al.].

Published:

[Premià de Mar] : Museu de l'Estampació de Premià de Mar, 2012

 

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Sinner, Alejandro G.

Title:

Una primera aproximación a las emisiones de la ceca de 'Ilturo' / Alejandro G. Sinner

Source:

Pyrenae 44 (2013) 1 p. 91-116

Abstract:

As a result of the materials recovered from the recent archaeological excavations, the known sample of Iberian coinage in northeastern Hispania is now notably richer. This new data, not only opens new research lines and interpretations, but it allow us to confirm or refute some of the hypothesis explored in works of the past. For Laietani mints —particularly in the case of Ilturo— we considered necessary the revision of Dr. Villaronga’s study in 1994 (CNH).  The objective of this paper is dedicated to outline his classification of these issues.

 

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Torregrosa Yago, José Manuel

Title:

‘Bentian’ : análisis historiográfico de una ceca vascona / José M. Torregrosa Yago

Source:

Saguntum 44 (2012) p. 137-154

Abstract:

In this paper, we carry out an historiographic analysis on the studies published from the 17th century to present day, focusing on the coins issued by the ‘Bentian’ mint. The rarity of its coins, with the consequent lack of knowledge about its types, have motivated little advances until the first studies or ‘corpora’ published during the second half of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th. In spite of this, and

due to the remarkable interest in the study of the Basconian mints in general, bentian continues to be one of the least known mints in the Iberian peninsula.

 

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Torregrosa Yago, José Manuel

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios en el yacimiento Ibérico Final de La Casa de la Cabeza (Requena, Valencia) / José M. Torregrosa Yago, David Quixal Santos, Consuelo Mata Parreño

Source:

Saguntum 44 (2012) p. 189-192

Abstract:

Preliminary report about the coins founded at a rural settlement.

 

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Torres, Julio Lázaro

Title:

Las monedas de Gadir/Gades en el Museo Casa de la Moneda (MCM) / por Julio Torres

Source:

Numisma 250 (enero-diciembre 2006) p. 41-67

Abstract:

This paper publicizes the collection of coins from Gadir/Gades kept by the Casa de la Moneda Museum (Madrid), part of which were studied by Carmen Alfaro.

 

Index:

Vilaça, Raquel

Title:

Ponderais do Bronze Final-Ferro Inicial do Ocidente peninsular = Late Bronze Age and early iron age ponderals from the Western Peninsula : new data and unanswered questions / Raquel Vilaça

Source:

Barter, money and coinage in the ancient mediterranean (10th-1st centuries BC) : actas del IV encuentro peninsular de numismática antigua (EPNA), Madrid 2010 / Maria Paz Garcia-Bellido, Laurent Callegarin, Alicia Jiménez Díez (ed.). - Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto de Historia, 2010. - (Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología ; 58). - P. 139-167

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Corpus nummum hispaniae ante Augusti aetatem / Leandre Villaronga ; [ed. José A. Herrero]

Source:

Madrid : Herrero, [1994]

 

Index:

Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

La drachme ibérique iltirkesalir et les rapports avec la Grande Grèce au IIIe s. av. J.-C. / Léandre Villaronga

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 21 (1979) p. 43-56

 

Index:

Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Les dracmes ibèriques de Tàrraco / L. Villaronga

Source:

Faventia 10 (1988) 1-2 p. 143-152

 

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Villaronga i Garriga, Leandre 1919-

Title:

Las monedas de Urso / por Leandro Villaronga

Source:

Ampúrias 41-42 (1979-1980) p. 243-256