NUMISMATICĂ

GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL TRAGEDIES IN ROMAN EUROPE THE EVIDENCE OF HOARDS, EPIGRAPHIC AND LITERARY SOURCES

Cristian Găzdac

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ISBN 978-606-020-131-1
Anul apariției: 2020
Format: A4
Nr. pagini: 554
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CONTENTS


Andone-Rotaru, Mariana (Turda History Museum, Romania)
THE ROMAN HOARD FROM TURDA (POTAISSA III)

Asolati, Michele (University of Padova, Italy)
IL LASCITO DEL CARDINALE. UN RIPOSTIGLIO DI ANTONINIANI DALL’ITALIA SETENTRIONALE (?)

Bitrak, Sanja / Pero Josifovski (Archaeological Museum of Republic of North Macedonia, Skopje)
HOARD OF ROMAN SILVER COINS FROM THE ROMAN FORUM IN STOBI

Bland, Roger (formerly the British Museum, London, UK)
COIN HOARDS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE: A LONG-RANGE PERSPECTIVE. SOME PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS

Bursche, Aleksander (University of Warsaw, Poland)
A UNIQUE AUREUS OF FAUSTINA II WITH THE LEGEND MATER CASTRORUM FROM A LATE ROMAN AREA OF HOARDS IN THE SOUTHERN BALTIC REGION

Cattaneo, Alessandro (University of Padova, Italy)
RECOGNIZING HOARDS IN COLLECTIONS. A POSSIBLE III CENTURY HOARD FROM THE STROLIN COLLECTION IN CHIO (VI)

Chico-Martínez, David (University of València, Spain)
HISPANIC HOARDS FROM ALVARELHOS TO TOMARES: A HISTORICAL REVIEW

Ciołek, Renata (University of Warsaw, Poland)
A FORGOTTEN HOARD OF ANTONINIANII FROM PIŁA (POLAND): LARGE VOLUME, LITTLE VALUE

Dymowski, Arkadiusz (University of Warsaw, Poland) et alii
ROMAN IMPERIAL HOARDS OF DENARII FROM THE EUROPEAN BARBARICUM

Găzdac, Cristian (Institute of Archaeology and Art History Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
A HOARD FOR CHARON? THE ROMAN IMPERIAL HOARD FROM DESA (DOLJ COUNTY, ROMANIA)

Goldman, Joshua (Independent Researcher)
PATTERNS OF SILVER HOARDING IN MIDDLE ROMAN PALESTINE: AD 73-300

van Heesch, Johan (Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels)
COIN HOARDS AS EVIDENCE OF TRAGEDIES. SOME GENERAL REMARKS ON THE NORTH OF GAUL (3RD CENTURY AD)

Hekster, Olivier (Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands)
HADRIAN AND THE LIMITS TO POWER

Hellings, Benjamin D.R. (Yale University, New Haven, USA)
FINANCING GERMANIC MILITARY CAMPAIGNS WITH EASTERN DENARII

Juhász, Lajos (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
ADDITIONAL DATA ON THE GOLD HOARD FROM VÍZIVÁROS

Marin, Steluța / Petac, Emanuel (Municipality Museum/ Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania)
THE ROMAN IMPERIAL HOARD OF SESTERTII FOUND IN DOBRUJA PASSIM, ANTE 2016

Munteanu, Lucian / Honcu, Ștefan (Institute of Archaeology Iași / Institute of Archaeology Iași, Romania)
SOME REMARKS ON THE CHRONOLOGY OF DENARII HOARDS FROM THE EASTERN CARPATHIAN BARBARICUM

Myzgin, Kyrylo / Dymowski, Arkadiusz / Chemuranov Oleksiy (University of Warsaw, Poland/ University of Warsaw, Poland/ independent scholar, Ukraine)
A NEW ROMAN IMPERIAL DENARIUS HOARD WITH BARBARIAN IMITATION FROM UKRAINE: THE SKYPCHE HOARD

Puglisi, Mariangela (Università degli Studi di Messina, Italy)
AN OVERVIEW ON HOARDING IN ROMAN SICILY AND THE EVIDENCE OF A NEW IMPERIAL HOARD FROM TYNDARIS

Purece, Silviu I. (University Lucian Blaga, Sibiu, Romania)
RIOTS IN SOUTH-CARPATHIAN DACIA AFTER THE MARCOMANNIC WARS?

Štajer, Leilani (University of Primoroska, Slovenia)
HISTORICAL RESEARCH THROUGH COIN HOARDS

Stella, Andrea (independent scholar, Italy)
CONSTANTINE THE GREAT AND AQUILEIA: A NEW HOARD EVIDENCE

Stroobants, Fran (KBR – Department of Coins and Medals, Bruxelles)
THE USE OF COINAGE FOR LARGE PAYMENTS AT ROMAN SAGALASSOS (SW ANATOLIA). COMBINING EVIDENCE FROM HISTORICAL SOURCES, COIN FINDS AND REGIONAL HOARDS

Talmațchi, Gabriel M. (National History and Archaeology Museum, Constanța, Romania)
ABOUT SOME MONETARY FINDS IN FUNERARY CONTEXT FROM MOESIA INFERIOR

Torbágyi, Melinda (Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary)
A GOLD HOARD FROM SAVARIA

Varbanov, Varbin (Regional Museum of History, Rousse, Bulgaria)
SMALL COIN HOARDS LIKE EVIDENCE FOR UNREST. THE CASE OF PHILIPPOPOLIS, ROMAN PROVINCE OF THRACE

Varga, Rada (University Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
NETWORKS AND TIES. THE ECONOMICAL POWER HOLDERS OF ALBURNUS MAIOR

Vojvoda, Mirjana / Redžić, Saša (Institute of Archaeology, Belgrade, Serbia)
ROMAN COIN HOARDS OF THE THIRD CENTURY AD FOUND ON THE TERRITORY OF PRESENT-DAY SERBIA (MOESIA SUPERIOR, DALMATIA, PANNONIA INFERIOR): REASONS FOR THEIR BURIAL