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Catalogue of the Late Roman, Byzantine and Barbaric Coins in the Charles University Collection (364 - 1092 A.D.)

Catalogue of the Late Roman, Byzantine and Barbaric Coins in the Charles University Collection (364 - 1092 A.D.)

Gambacorta, Federico

subjects: archaeology, Charles University

paperback, 96 pp., 1. edition
published: march 2013
ISBN: 978-80-246-2240-8
recommended price: 250 czk

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summary

The collection of ancient coins in the Charles University in its present state has existed since l945. Greek, Roman and other ancient coins were entrusted to the care of the Seminar for Ancient History and put together as one collection along with the antique coins of the original collection of the Czech University held by the Seminar. The present collection formed in this way contains about 4000 pieces, mostly in silver and bronze.
Connecting the catalogue arrangement to research projects undertaken in the postgraduate studies enabled research efforts of Federico Gambacorta. His catalogue contains 243 coins (chronologically from Valentinian I, the minting of Western – and Eastern Roman Empires and some Byzantine coins). The author has been very thorough and exacting in his efforts by taking pictures of all the coins, which is a very useful, even indispensable apparatus of the volume.

table of contents

Foreword
Introduction

Note to the catalogue
Symbols and abbreviations

THE CATALOGUE
Late Roman Coins
Eastern Empire
Western Empire
Byzantine Coins
Arab-Byzantine Coins
Barbaric Coins

INDEXES
Authorities
Mints
Denominations
Obverse Legends
Reverse Legends
Obverse Types
Reverse Types

CONCORDANCES
Catalogue Number/Inventory Number
Inventory Number/Catalogue Number

Bibliography
Plates