22. Syria

Index:

Augé, Christian

Title:

Les monnaies de Ras Ibn Hani, près de Lattaquié et les guerres de Syrië / Christian Augé

Source:

Revue Numismatique 155 (2000) p. 59-69

Abstract:

Till now, about 500 Hellenistic coins have been found in the excavations of the French-Syrian Mission at Ras Ibn Hani, near Latakia : most of them are bronze coins struck in Phoenicia by Ptolemy II and Ptolemy III showing interesting countermarks, as well as second century coins of the Seleucid kings and of Phoenician cities. While expecting their publication, a brief account of those site-coins casts some light on the importance given during the Syrian Wars to this Ptolemaic stronghold, which was subsequently held by the Seleucids who erected a new fortress. The high number of Aradian coins also gives evidence of commercial relations between the dwellers of the town and neighbouring Phoenician cities.

 

Index:

Augé, Christian

Title:

Note sur les monnaies découvertes en 1986 et 1987 / Christian Augé

Source:

Syria 65 (1988) 3 p. 283-284

 

Index:

Augé, Christian

Title:

Note sur les monnaies de Doura-Europos 1984 / Christian Augé

Source:

Syria 63 (1986) 1 p. 83-84

 

Index:

Augé, Christian

Title:

Rémanences hellénistiques dans les monnayages provinciaux de Syrie et d'Arabie / Christian Augé

Source:

Revue Numismatique 159 (2003) p. 75-82

Abstract:

The Roman conquest had very few immediate consequences for the coinages in this region: few were interrupted and most retained their earlier forms. Minting was still organised around the regional mint of Antioch for silver as well as for bronze coins, which show Roman influence (bronze SC) well before the issues of antoniniani. Inscriptions in Greek go back to a rich Hellenistic tradition before the development of Latin usage, especially in the case of the coins of colonies, in accordance with the types used. One also still finds traces and sometimes resurgences of even earlier traditions (Phoenician, Aramean). Various types on the obverse such as portraits, as well as those on the reverse, where in the second century extravagant architectural or cult representations were developped, reveal Roman influences as well as local traditions.

 

Index:

Babelon, Ernest Charles François 1854-1924

Title:

Les monnaies et la chronologie des rois de Sidon sous la domination des Perses Achéménides / [E. Babelon]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondence Hellénique 15 (1891) p. 293-320

 

Index:

Babelon, Ernest Charles François 1854-1924

Title:

Les rois de Syrie, d'Arménie et de Commagène / par Ernest Babelon

Series:

Catalogue des monnaies grecques de la Bibliothèque nationale

Published:

Paris : Rollin & Feuardent, 1890

 

Index:

Bellinger, Alfred Raymond 1893-1978

Title:

A Seleucid mint at Dura-Europos / A.R. Bellinger et E.T. Newell

Source:

Syria 21 (1940) 1 p. 77-81

 

Index:

Bland, Roger

Title:

The coinage of Vabalathus and Zenobia from Antioch and Alexandria / Roger Bland

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2011

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 171 (2011) p. 133-186, pl. 15-25

 

Index:

Butcher, Kevin Edward Templar

Title:

Acolytes and Aspergilla : on five coin types of Heliopolis / [Kevin Butcher]

Source:

Topoi 16 (2009) p. 169-187

 

Index:

Butcher, Kevin Edward Templar

Title:

Ambrosia in Damascus? / Kevin Butcher

Published::

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2010

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 170 (2010) p. 85-91, pl. 6

 

Index:

Butcher, Kevin Edward Templar

Title:

Two Syrian deities / Kevin Butcher

Source:

Syria 84 (2007) p. 277-286

Abstract:

This article considers two coin types, depicting a male and a female deity, which scholars traditionally considered to be Cappadocian in origin. A study of the find spots, and consideration of their metallurgy, leads one to conclude that these types were issued for circulation in Syria and not in Cappadocia. The deities depicted on the coins should therefore have some relevance for Syria. It is suggested that they are representations of the Syrian gods of Hierapolis, Hadad and Atargatis, which have gone unrecognised until now.

 

Index:

Callataÿ, François Philippe Edouard Léon de 1961-

Title:

Un lot de monnaies en provenance de Tell Aamarné (Syrie du Nord) / François de Callataÿ et Paul Raymaekers

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Etudes Numismatiques 30 (1993) 2 (avril-juin) p. 29-38

Abstract:

We publish a lot of 51 coins found at or near Tell Aamarné (North Syria). These coins, mostly bronzes, are surface finds found by villagers: 5 Greek bronzes (Alexander the Great: 1; Seleucids: 4); 4 Greco-Roman bronzes (Antioch, Jerusalem); 26 Roman bronzes or antoniniani (mostly of the 4th c. AD); 7 Byzantines bronzes; 6 Islamic and 3 illegible

 

Index:

Callot, Olivier

Title:

Notes de numismatique hellénistique / Olivier Callot

Source:

Syria 75 (1998) 1 p. 81-87

 

Index:

Dieudonné, Adolphe Edmond 1868-1945

Title:

Numismatique syrienne. [I:] Émèse / [A. Dieudonné]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 4e sér. 10 (1906) p. 132-155, pl. 6

 

Index:

Dieudonné, Adolphe Edmond 1868-1945

Title:

Numismatique syrienne. [II:] L'aigle d'Antioche et les ateliers de Tyr et d'Émèse / [A. Dieudonné]

Source:

Revue Numismatique 4e sér. 13 (1909) p. 458-480, pl. 4, 12

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Un nouvel hémidrachme de Démétrius II Nicator (Antioche, ca 145/144 av. J.-C.) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 28 (1991) 4 (octobre-décembre) p. 67-69

 

Index:

Doyen, Jean-Marc 1954-

Title:

Un nummus inédit de Crispus (Antioche, 324-325) / Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 40 (2003) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 311-312

 

Index:

Duyrat, Frédérique 1970-

Title:

Développement et circulation de la monnaie de bronze en Syrie / Frédérique Duyrat

Source:

Aux origines de la monnaie fiduciaire : traditions métallurgiques et innovations nusmimatiques : actes de l'atelier international des 16 et 17 novembres 2012 à Tours / textes réunis par Catherine Grandjean et Aliki Moustaka. - Bordeaux : Ausonius ; Paris : De Boccard, 2013. - (Scripta antiqua ; 55). - P. 161-183

 

Index:

Duyrat, Frédérique 1970-

Title:

Guerre et thésaurisation en Syrie hellénistique, IVe–Ier s. av. J.-C. / Frédérique Duyrat

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. 417-431

Abstract:

Syria, understood in the widest sense, from the Mediterranean to the Euphrates River and from the Taurus mountains to Gaza, was the theatre of six Syrian Wars, many conquests (Alexander the Great, the Diadochi, the Hasmonean wars, Tigranes of Armenia, Pompeius, etc.), of confrontations between the members of the declining Seleukid dynasty and of several revolts. The aim of this article is to emphasize the links – or the lack of links – between hoarding and wars.

 

Index:

Gardner, Percy 1846-1937

Title:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum. The Seleucid kings of Syria / by Percy Gardner ; ed. by Reginald Stuart Poole

Series:

Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum ; [4]

Published:

London : Trustees [of the British Museum], 1878

 

Index:

Gyselen, Rika 1942-

Title:

Sur les traces numismatiques et sigillographiquesdes Perses sassanides en Syrie / Rika Gyselen

Source:

Annales Archeologiques Arabes Syriennes 49-50 (2006-2007) p. 139-147

Abstract:

Les destins de la Syrie et de la dynastie des Perses sassanides (3e-7e s. de n.è.) se sont croisés de multiples fois 1. L’empire romain auquel appartenait la Syrie au 3e siècle avait été l’antagoniste de la dynastie des Parthes arsacides, et cela ne changea guère lorsque la dynastie parthe fut renversée en 224 par Ardashir, le roi du Fars. La pomme de discorde entre les empires romain et iranien fut principalement l’hégémonie sur l’Arménie et la possession des villes du Nord de la Mésopotamie.

 

Index:

Hill, George Francis 1867-1948

Title:

Posidium in Syria / [G.F. Hill]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 3rd ser. 18 (1898) p. 246-250

 

Index:

Holt, Walter C.

Title:

A new Seleucid bronze coin and Dura hoard 13 revisited / Walter C. Holt and Nicholas L. Wright

Source:

Israel Numismatic Research 5 (2010) p. 59-65

Abstract:

An unpublished bronze coin in the name of King Antiochus allows a reattribution of a key coin from Hoard 13 at Dura-Europos. The coin is assessed in light of the available evidence and the hoard re-dated.

 

Index:

Hoover, Oliver David 1972-

Title:

Anomalous tetradrachms of Philip I Philadelphus struck by autonomous Antioch (64-58 BC) / Oliver D. Hoover

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 214 (Juni 2004) p. 31-35

 

Index:

Hoover, Oliver David 1972-

Title:

Quasi-municipal coinage in Seleucid Apamea : countermarks and counterrevolution / Oliver D. Hoover

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 80 (2001) p. 21-34, pl. 2-3

 

Index:

Hoover, Oliver David 1972-

Title:

A revised chronology for the late Seleucids at Antioch (121/0-64 BC) / [Oliver D. Hoover]

Source:

Historia 56 (2007) 3 p. 280-301

 

Index:

Hoover, Oliver David 1972-

Title:

The silver mint of Damascus under Demetrius III and Antiochus XII (97/6 BC-83/2 BC) / Oliver D. Hoover, Arthur Houghton, and Petr Veselý

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 20 (2008) p. 305-336

 

Index:

Houghton, Arthur Amory 1940-

Title:

New silver coins of Demetrius III and Antiochus XII at Damascus / Arthur Houghton, Arnold Spaer

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 157 (Februar 1990) p. 1-4

 

Index:

Houghton, Arthur Amory 1940-

Title:

Un premier règne d'Antiochos VIII Épiphane à Antioche en 128 / [Arthur Houghton et Georges Le Rider]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 112 (1988) 1 p. 401-411

 

Index:

Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich 1838-1920

Title:

Zur syrischen Münzkunde / von F. Imhoof-Blumer

Published:

[S.l. : s.n.], 1901

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatischen Zeitschrift 33 (1901)

 

Index:

Kapossy, Balázs

Title:

Ein unbekanntes Tetradrachmon des Caracalla / Balázs Kapossy

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 150 (Mai 1988) p. 38-40

 

Index:

Kraay, Colin Mackennal 1918-1982

Title:

Notes on the early imperial tetradrachms of Syria / C.M. Kraay

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 7 (1965) p. 58-68

 

Index:

Kraay, Colin Mackennal 1918-1982

Title:

Two fifth century hoards from the Near East / Colin M. Kraay and P. R. S. Moorey

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 10 (1968) p. 181-235

 

Index:

Lauwers, Christian

Title:

Une variante inédite et une contremarque à Apamée sur l'Oronte (Syrie) / par Christian Lauwers

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 52 (2015) 3 (septembre-décembre) p. 2-5

Abstract:

The intention of this article is to add two new variants to the corpus of coins produced by the mint at Apamea on the Orontes. The first is a drachm of Antiochus VI which is distinguished from previously known drachms (HOUGHTON Group XX) by the addition of a star to the left of the king’s head. The second adds a date to the corpus of bronzes Dionysos/thyrsus (RPC I, 4352) minted at Apamea in the last decades of the first century BC and counter-marked with a stamp depicting the head of Tyche.

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

L'atelier de Posideion et les monnaies de la fouille de Bassit en Syrie / [Georges Le Rider]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 110 (1986) 1 p. 393-408

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Monnaies de Characène / Georges Le Rider

Source:

Syria 36 (1959) 3-4 p. 229-253, pls. 19-22

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Séleucos I entre Séleucie de Piérie et Antioche / Georges Le Rider

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 145 (1999) p. 115-139, pls. 12-13

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Un trésor de Bassit / [Georges Le Rider]

Source:

Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 107 (1983) 1 p. 451-456

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Le trésor de Tell Halaf (IGCH 1763) / Georges Le Rider et Nekriman Olcay

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 31 (1989) p. 25-40

Abstract:

Les 353 pièces conservées au Musée d'Istanbul se répartissent en 277 alexandres (56 tétradrachmes, 221 drachmes), 30 lysimaques (26 tétradrachmes, 4 drachmes), 3 tétradrachmes de Démétrios Poliorcète, 5 philétaires et 38 tétradrachmes séleucides. L'enfouissement du trésor serait à placer entre 246 et 240. Treize tétradrachmes d'Antiochos II appartiennent à un groupe non répertorié par Newell ; ils ont peut-être été frappés en Mésopotamie du nord, d'où le trésor est originaire.

 

Index:

Le Rider, Georges 1928-

Title:

Un trésor hellénistique de monnaies d'argent trouvé en Syrie en 1971 (CH II, 81) / Georges Le Rider

Source:

Syria 75 (1998) 1 p. 89-96

Abstract:

Publication of 90 silver coins found together in Syria and belonging to a hoard probably buried c. 190 BC. Of special interest are the Alexander tetradrachms of Aradus, those of Side, of Philip V, of the Ptolemies and the drachms of Ephesus.

 

Index:

Lorber, Catharine C.

Title:

The Ptolemaic mint of Ras Ibn Hani / Catharine C. Lorber

Source:

Israel Numismatic Research 2 (2007) p. 63-75, pl. 13

Abstract:

Bronze coins with a diademed female portrait and the obverse legend BERENIKHS BASILISSHS are reattributed from Tyre, Sidon and Ioppe or Gaza to Ras Ibn Hani, a Ptolemaic stronghold on the Syrian coast near Lattaqiyah (ancient Laodicea ad Mare). The portrait iconography is ambiguous and the fabric of the coins anomalous. But the assemblage of Ptolemaic coin-finds at Ras Ibn Hani supports the attribution of the Berenice bronzes to the reign of Ptolemy III, even as it suggests that the Lagid occupation of the site may have begun earlier.

 

Index:

MacDonald, George 1862-1940

Title:

The pseudo-autonomous coinage of Antioch / [George MacDonald]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 4 (1904) p. 105-135

 

Index:

Man, Dirk de 1889-1962

Title:

De arke Noachs op munten van Apameia Phrygiae / door D. de Man

Source:

Nederlands Archief voor de Kerkgeschiedenis n.s. 35 (1946-1947) p. 193-201

 

Index:

Marcone, Arnaldo

Title:

Moneta e commercio in una città di frontiera : Palmira tra II e III secolo d.C. / Arnaldo Marcone

Source:

Moneta, mercanti, banchieri : i precedenti greci e romani dell'Euro : atti del convegno internazionale, Cividale del Friuli, 26-28 settembre 2002 / a cura di Gianpaolo Urso. - Pisa : Edizioni ETS, 2003. – P. 187-204

 

Index:

Meyer-Zwiffelhoffer, Eckhard 1955-

Title:

Die Münzprägung von Paltos in Syrien / Eckhard Meyer-Zwiffelhoffer

Source:

Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 44 (1994) p. 91-110

 

Index:

McAlee, Richard

Title:

The coins of Roman Antioch. Supplement no. 1 / Richard McAlee

Published:

Lancaster : Classical Numismatic Group, cop. 2010

 

Index:

Morey, Charles Rufus 1877-1955

Title:

Une nouvelle représentation de Dusarès, et autres types de Bostra / C. R. Morey

Source:

Paris : Rollin et Feuardent, 1910

Note:

Offprint from: Revue Numismatique 4e sér. 15 (1911)

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

Late Seleucid mints in Ake-Ptolemais and Damascus / by Edward T. Newell

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 84

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1939

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

The pre-imperial coinage of Roman Antioch / [E.T. Newell]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 19 (1919) p. 69-113, pl. 6-7

 

Index:

Newell, Edward Theodore 1886-1941

Title:

The Seleucid mint of Antioch / by Edward T. Newell

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1918

 

Index:

Nurpetlian, Jack

Title:

Damascene tetradrachms of Caracalla / Jack Nurpetlian

Source:

American Journal of Numismatics 2nd ser. 26 (2014) p. 187-197, pl. 50-57

Abstract:

In the reign of Caracalla a region wide production of tetradrachms was initiated in numerous mints, including Damascus. A die study was conducted on the silver issues of this mint to determine the chronological order of the obverse and reverse type varieties. Preliminary results indicate that there was no apparent reason for the different styles used to depict the emperor on the obverse (laureate/radiate, bare/draped, etc.). The study also set out to determine if minting had been initiated with the rare reverse type depicting the emperor’s bust supported on an eagle. Although this aim was not achieved due to the limited data at hand, an alternate proposal for this special issue has been put forward. The study also provides an insight into the production method and output of these Damascene tetradrachms with the aid of a statistical analysis and a die link diagram.

 

Index:

Oman, Charles William Chadwick 1860-1946

Title:

Chronology of the coinage of Antiochus VIII of Syria / [C. Oman]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle 4th ser. 17 (1917) p. 190-206, pl. 8

 

Index:

Prieur, Michel 1955-

Title:

Nouvel apport à l’étude des tétradrachmes sévériens de Laodicée / Michel Prieur et Michel Amandry  

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 133 (1987) p. 67-86, pl. 13-19

 

Index:

Raymaekers, Paul

Title:

Un lot de monnaies hellénistiques, romaines et byzantines en provenance de Tell Ain El-Beida, et de ses environs immédiats (Syrie du Nord) / Paul Raymaekers et Jean-Marc Doyen

Source:

Bulletin du Cercle d'Études Numismatiques 39 (2002) 1 (janvier-avril) p. 181-183

 

Index:

Rouvier, Jules 1855-

Title:

Ptolémaïs-Acé : ses noms et ses ères sous les Séleucides et la domination romaine avant sa transformation en colonie romaine (198 av. J.-C. - 54 ans après J.-C.) / [J.R.]

Source:

Revue Biblique Internationale 8 (1899) p. 393-408

 

Index:

Saulcy, Louis Félicien Joseph Caignart de (1807-1880)

Title:

Numismatique palmyrénienne / [F. de Saulcy]

Source:

Revue Archéologique nouv. sér. 22 (1870-1871) p. 291-303

 

Index:

Schlösser, Eckart

Title:

Denominations and weights of bronze coins of Antiochus IV of Syria and their relation to the silver coinage /  Eckart Schlösser

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 136 (Mai 1985) p. 33-36

 

Index:

Schlösser, Eckart

Title:

Das Gewicht der Tetradrachmen des Antiochos IV von Syrien / Eckart Schlösser

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 134 (Mai 1984) p. 29-33

 

Index:

Schlösser, Eckart

Title:

Gewichte der attischen Tetradrachmen der Seleukiden aus der Münzstätte Antiocheia am Orontes / Eckart Schlösser

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 143 (August 1986) p. 62-66

 

Index:

Seyrig, Henri 1895-1973

Title:

Antiquités syriennes. 52: Sur les ères de quelque villes de Syrie: Antioche, Apamée, Aréthuse, Balanée, Épiphanie, Laodicée, Rhoso Damas, Béryte, Tripolis, l'ère de Cléopâtre, Chalcis du Liban, Doliché / par Henri Seyrig

Source:

Syria 28 (1950) 1-2 p. 5-50

 

Index:

Seyrig, Henri 1895-1973

Title:

Antiquités syriennes. 64: Sur une prétendue ère tyrienne / par Henri Seyrig

Source:

Syria 24 (1957) 1-2 p. 93-98

 

Index:

Seyrig, Henri 1895-1973

Title:

Antiquités syriennes. 67: Monnaies contremarquées en Syrie / par Henri Seyrig

Source:

Syria 35 (1958) 3-4  p. 187-197, pl. 17

 

Index:

Seyrig, Henri 1895-1973

Title:

Monnaies grecques des fouilles de Doura et d'Antioche / Henri Seyrig

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 1 (1958) p. 171-181

 

Index:

Seyrig, Henri 1895-1973

Title:

Notes on Syrian coins / by Henri Seyrig

Series:

Numismatic notes and monographs ; no. 119

Published:

New York : American Numismatic Society, 1950

 

Index:

Six, Jan Pieter 1824-1899

Title:

Monnaies d'Hierapolis en Syrie / [J.P. Six]

Source:

Numismatic Chronicle n.s. 18 (1878) p. 103-131, pl. 6

 

Index:

Spaer, Arnold

Title:

The Seleucid mint of Simyra / Arnold Spaer

Source:

Schweizer Münzblätter 212 (Dezember 2003) p. 75-76

 

Index:

Strauss, Pierre

Title:

Un trésor de monnaies hellénistiques trouvé près de Suse. Pt. II / Pierre Strauss

Source:

Revue Numismatique 6e sér. 13 (1971) p. 109-140

 

Index:

Stucky, Rolf A.

Title:

Zum Münzschatz von Ras Shamra-Ugarit-Leukos Limen (Syrien) / Rolf A. Stucky

Source:

Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 63 (1984) p. 5-16, pl. 1-5

 

Index:

Tôchon d'Annecy, Joseph François 1772-1820

Title:

Dissertation sur l'époque de la mort d'Antiochus VII Evergètes Sidétès, roi de Syrie, sur deux médailles antiques de ce prince et sur un passage du IIe livre des Macchabées / par Tôchon d'Annecy, ...

Published:

A Paris : L. G. Michaud, ...,1815

 

Index:

Wright, Nicholas Luke 1981-

Title:

Ituraean coinage in context / Nicholas L. Wright

Published:

London : Royal Numismatic Society, 2013

Note:

Offprint from: Numismatic Chronicle 173 (2013) p. 55-71, pl. 14-15

Abstract:

The Ituraeans first came to the notice of the Classical writers as highland bandits who disrupted Alexander the Great’s siege of Tyre. Throughout the later Hellenistic and early Roman periods, the Ituraeans are referred to only in their capacity as rapacious brigands and this negative bias is perpetuated by most modern publications in which they are discussed. The outward expression of the Ituraeans, as displayed through their coinage (produced between 73/2 and 20 BC), presents a picture which contrasts with the written history: Hellenisation rather than barbarian recalcitrance and legitimacy in the face of external imperialism rather than insurrection. This paper examines the imagery employed on Ituraean coinage in its political and cultural context and discusses the significance of the exploitation of different dating conventions. It demonstrates that the Ituraean tetrarchs prized their political autonomy above all else and perceived themselves to be the legitimate successors of the Seleukid state.

 

Index:

Wright, Nicholas Luke 1981-

Title:

Non-Greek religious iconography on the coinage of Seleucid Syria / Nicholas L. Wright

Source:

Mediterranean Archaeology 22-23 (2009-2010) p. 193-206

Abstract:

This paper discusses the range of non-Greek deities who were adopted by the Seleukid dynasty as patrons and places the choice of these deities in context.

 

Index:

Wright, Nicholas Luke 1981-

Title:

A note on Cleopatra Thea, Antiochus Grypus and Athens / Nicholas L. Wright

Source:

Mediterranean Archaeology 21 (2008) p. 39-42

Abstract:

This note discussed the continual cultural dominance of Athens in the Hellenistic period and reassessed the chronology of New style Athenian coinage in light of previously overlooked Syrian evidence.

 

Index:

Wright, Nicholas Luke 1981-

Title:

Two new imitative issues from the fifth Syrian war (202-198 BCE) / Nicholas L. Wright

Source:

Israel Numismatic Research 4 (2009) p. 47-50

Abstract:

This paper publishes two previously unknown local imitations of a Seleukid royal coin and uses this to discuss the Seleukid economic policy and military expenditure.