start page Contents of numismatic journals coingallery.de

The Numismatic Chronicle (NC)
Publisher: The Royal Numismatic Society, London
since 1837
Jstor (1966 - 2012)

    Table of contents in the order of publication :   6/1 (1941) - 174 (2014)    
- included are all articles, review articles and notes, but no miscellanea and no reviews -


Alternative :   table of contents by authors in alphabetical order   6/1 (1941) - 168 (2008)


NC 6/1 (1941)

Beazley, J.D.: Bakchos-Rings ·» 1-7

Milne, J.G.: The early coinages of Athens and Euboea ·» 8-16

Haines, G.C.: The decline and fall of the monetary system of Augustus ·» 17-47

Goodacre, Hugh: Justinian and Constantine ·» 48-53

Allen, Derek F.: Abraham Vanderdort and the coinage of Charles I ·» 54-75

Askew, Gilbert: The mint of Newcastle upon Tyne ·» 76-87

Miscellanea ·» 87-96

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Divus Augustus Pater. A study in the aes coinage of Tiberius ·» 97-116, pl.1-4

Sydenham, Eduard A.: Ornamental detail as a guide to the classification of Republican denarii ·» 117-127, pl.5

Carlyon-Britton, Raymond: On the proposed attribution of certain Irish coins to Edward V ·» 128-132, pl.6

Carlyon-Britton, Raymond: On the Irish coinage of Lambert Simnel as Edward VI ·» 133-135, pl.6

Carlyon-Britton, Raymond: On the use of the terms mint-mark, privy mark, and initial-mark in connexion with our hammered coinage ·» 136-138

Thompson, J.D.A.: Elizabethan ryals and their Dutch imitations, 1584-1592 ·» 139-168, pl.7-8

Lederer, Philip: A coin of the Danteletai: a new Thracian mint ·» 169-174

NC 6/2 (1942)

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Overstrikes and hoards: The movement of Greek coinage down to 400 B.C. ·» 1-18

Evans, Arthur: Notes on early Anglo-Saxon gold coins ·» 19-41, pl.1

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Anglo-Saxon sceattas in England: their origin, chronology, and distribution ·» 42-705, pl.2

Allen, D.F.: The Irish bracteates. Two little-known hoards in the National Museum of Ireland ·» 71-85

Hemmy, A.S.: A summary of the application of statistical methods to the determination of the weight-standards of Roman coins ·» 86-91

Miscellanea ·» 92-110

NC 6/3 (1943)

Robinson, E.S.G.: The coinage of the Libyans and Kindred Sardinian issues ·» 1-13, pl.1-2

Mattingly, Harold: The "little" talents of Sicily and the West ·» 14-20

Mattingly, Harold: "Aes" and "Pecvnia": records of Roman currency down to 269 B.C. ·» 21-39

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The senatorial gold and silver coinage of 16 B.C.: innovation and inspiration ·» 40-49

Stride, H.G.: A silver standard of Edward I ·» 49

Haughton, H.L.: A note on the distribution of Indo-Greek coins ·» 50-59

Whitehead, R.B.: The eastern satrap Sophytes ·» 60-72, pl.3

Stebbing, W.P.D.: A barbarous radiate from Richborough ·» 72

Milne, J.G. / Sutherland, C.H.V.: The Evans Collection at Oxford: Sir Arthur Evans ·» 73-76

Milne, J.G.: The Evans Collection at Oxford: The Cretan coins ·» 77-91, pl.4-5

Miscellanea ·» 92-110

NC 6/4 (1944)

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The Evans Collection at Oxford: Roman coins of the early Empire ·» 1-26, pl.1-4

Toynbee, J.M.C.: Roman medallions: their scope and purpose ·» 27-44

Pearce, J.W.E.: Lugdunum: Siliqua coinage of Valentinian II and Eugenius ·» 45-57, pl.5-6

Bellinger, Alfred R.: A tetradrachm of Hyspaosines ·» 58-9, pl.7

Bellinger, Alfred R.: Crassus and Cassius at Antioch ·» 59-61, pl.7

Bellinger, Alfred R.: Parthian drachmae of Orodes II and Phraates IV ·» 62-4, pl.7

Sydenham, Eduard A.: The White Horse and ancient British coin-types ·» 65-76, pl.8

Seltman, Charles: Argentum Oseense and Bigati ·» 77-82

Thomas, F.W.: Sino-Kharosthi coins ·» 83-98

Whitehead, R.B.: The dynasty of the general Aspavarma ·» 99-104

Robinson, E. Stanley G.: Greek coins found in the Cyrenaica ·» 105-113

Miscellanea ·» 113-122

NC 6/5 (1945)

Wüthrich, G.: Celtic numismatics in Switzerland ·» 1-33, pl.1-7

Goodacre, Hugh: Notes on some Byzantine coins ·» 34-40, pl.8

Chittenden, Jacqueline: Hermes-Mercury, dynasts, and emperors ·» 41-57, pl.9

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The gold and silver coinage of Spain under Augustus ·» 58-78

Miscellanea ·» 78-79

Review ·» 79-80

Walker, John: A hoard of Anglo-Saxon coins from Tetney, Lincolnshire ·» 81-95, pl.10

Robinson, E.S.G.: A south Italian hoard ·» 96-107, pl.11

Tod, Marcus N.: Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage ·» 108-116

Ravel, O.E.: The classification of Greek coins by style ·» 117-124, pl.12-13

Sutherland, C.H.V.: "Carausius II", "Censeris", and the barbarous Fel. Temp. Reparatio overstrikes ·» 125-133

Miscellanea ·» 134-166

NC 6/6 (1946)

Milne, J.G.: The early bold coins of Asia Minor ·» 1-6

Cahn, Herbert A.: Flaviana inedita ·» 7-27, pl.1-2

Haines, Geoffrey C.: Some rare Roman and Byzantine coins ·» 28-35, pl.3-4

Mattingly, Harold: The reigns of Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian and of Aemilian ·» 36-46

Tod, Marcus N.: Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage, II. XAΛKOYΣ ·» 47-62

Miscellanea ·» 63-73

Reviews ·» 74-80

Seltman, Charles: The ancient coinage of Malta ·» 81-90, pl.5-6

Mattingly, Harold: Dives Anagnia ·» 91-96, pl.7

Seltman, Charles: On the "style" of early Athenian coins ·» 97-110, pl.8-10

Mattingly, Harold: The monetary systems of the Roman Empire from Diocletian to Theodosius I ·» 111-120

Walker, John: Islamic coins with Hindu types ·» 121-128

Reviews ·» 129-140

Miscellanea ·» 141-173

NC 6/7 (1947)

Tod, Marcus N.: Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage, III. OBOΛOΣ ·» 1-27

Whitehead, R.B.: Notes on the Indo-Greeks, Part II ·» 28-51, pl.1-2

Milne, J.G.: Some Greek coins in Oxford ·» 52-61

Miscellanea ·» 62-91

Reviews ·» 92-96

Milne, J.G.: The coinage of Antioch in Pisidia after A.D. 250 ·» 97-107, pl.3-4

Milne, J.G.: Report on the coins found at Antinoe in 1914 ·» 108-114

Robinson, E.S.G.: The Tell el-Mashkuta hoard of Athenian tetradrachms ·» 115-121, pl.5

Mayreder, Friedrich: Londinium or Augustodunum? ·» 122-125

Toynbee, Jocelyn M.C.: Ruler-apotheosis in ancient Rome ·» 126-149, pl.6

Parke, H.W.: Roman coins unpublished or of special interest in the Collection of Trinity College, Dublin ·» 150-159, pl.7-8

Allen, D.F. / Whitton, C. A.: The Bredgar find with notes on the gold of Richard II ·» 160-170, pl.9

Miscellanea ·» 171-189

Fawcett, Charles: Seventeenth-century Dollar Symbols in the Levant ·» 186-9

NC 6/8 (1948)

Seltman, Charles: The engravers of the Akragantine decadrachms ·» 1-10, pl.1-4

Delbrueck, Richard: Uranius of Emesa ·» 11-29

Levi, Annalina C.: Hadrian as king of Egypt ·» 30-38

Walker, John: A mysterious south Arabian coin legend ·» 39-42

Robinson, E. Stanley G.: Greek coins acquired by the British Museum, 1938-1948, I ·» 43-59, pl.5

Robinson, E. Stanley G.: Appendix: kings of Lapethos ·» 60-65

Pearce, J.W.E.: Aes coinage of Valentinian I: the evidence from hoards ·» 66-77

Miscellanea ·» 78-105

Reviews ·» 106-112

Grant, Michael: The colonial mints of Gaius ·» 113-130, pl.6-7

Robinson, E. Stanley G.: Petra or Eryx? ·» 131-133

Haughton, Henry L.: The silver coinage of Strato and of Strato and Agathocleia ·» 134-141, pl.8-9

Hill, Philip Victor: "Sceatta-like" barbarous imitations ·» 142-157, pl.10-11

Scullard, H.H.: Hannibal's elephants ·» 158-168

Shortt, Hugh de S.: The mints of Wiltshire ·» 169-187, pl.12-14

Thordeman, Bengt: The Lohe hoard: a contribution to the methodology of numismatics ·» 188-204, diagrams

Robertson, Anne: Three hoards of Roman coins in the Harris Museum, Preston, Lancashire ·» 205-218

Miscellanea ·» 219-237

NC 6/9 (1949)

Seltman, Charles: The problem of the first Italiote coins ·» 1-21, pl.1-3

Grant, Michael: Complex symbolism and new mints, c. 14 B.C. ·» 22-35, pl.4

Jenkins, G.K.: The Cameron Collection of Cretan coins ·» 36-56, pl.5-7

Mattingly, Harold: The various styles of the Roman Republican coinage ·» 57-74

Mattingly, Harold: The coins of the "Divi", issued by Trajan Decius ·» 75-82

Milne, J.G.: The currency of Arcadia ·» 83-92

Grant, Michael: The decline and fall of city-coinage in Spain ·» 93-106

Miscellanea ·» 107-116

Reviews ·» 117-128

Kraay, Colin M.: The coinage of Vindex and Galba, A.D. 68, and the continuity of the Augustan Principate ·» 129-149, pl.8-9

Grant, Michael: Apollonia-Mordiaeum under Tiberius ·» 150-156, pl.10

Grant, Michael: Phrygian metropolis in the early Principate ·» 157-165, pl.10

Seaby, Winfred A.: Coinage from Ham Hill in the Taunton Museum ·» 166-179, pl.11

Stern, S.M.: Some unrecognized dirhems of the Zaidīs of the Yemen ·» 180-188

Carson, Robert A.G.: The mint of Thetford ·» 189-236, pl.12-15

Miscellanea ·» 237-262

Reviews ·» 263-268

NC 6/10 (1950)

Raven, E.J.P.: The Amphictionic coinage of Delphi, 336-334 B.C. ·» 1-22

Grant, Michael: Constantiae Avgvsti ·» 23-42, pl.1

Grant, Michael: The official coinage of Tiberius in Galatia ·» 43-48, pl.2

Grierson, Philip: Dated solidi of Maurice, Phocas, and Heraclius ·» 49-70, pl.3-4

Grierson, Philip: The Consular coinage of "Heraclius" and the revolt against Phocas of 608-610 ·» 71-93, pl.5-6

Rabino, H.L.: Coins of the Jalā’ir, Kara Koyūnlū, Musha'sha', and Āk Koyūnlū dynasties ·» 94-139, pl.7-10

Miscellanea ·» 140-152

Reviews ·» 153-176

Brown, W.L.: Pheidon's alleged Aeginetan coinage ·» 177-204, pl.11

Whitehead, R.B.: Notes on the Indo-Greeks, Part III ·» 205-232, pl.12

Hill, Philip V.: Barbarous imitations of fourth-century Roman coins ·» 233-270, pl.13-15

Gowers, William / Scullard, H.H.: Hannibal's elephants again ·» 271-283, pl.16-17

Seyrig, Henri: Irenopolis – Neronias – Sepphoris ·» 284-289

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The symbolism of a unique AES coin of Tiberius ·» 290-297, pl.18

Miscellanea ·» 298-320

Reviews ·» 321-328

Indexes to 6th Series, Vols. 1-10, 1941-1950 ·» 329-350

NC 6/11 (1951)

Jenkins, Gilbert K.: Notes on Seleucid coins ·» 1-21, pl.1-2

Bivar, A.D.H.: The Bactra coinage of Euthydemus and Demetrius ·» 22-39, pl.3-4

Seltman, Charles: The Katoché hoard of Elean coins ·» 40-55, pl.5-8

Grierson, Philip: The Isaurian coins of Heraclius ·» 56-67, pl.9-10

Stevenson, Robert B.K.: The Iona hoard of Anglo-Saxon coins ·» 68-90, pl.11-12

Hill, Philip V.: A hoard of barbarous radiates ·» 91-108, pl.13-14

Woodward, A.M.: AΠOYΣIA ·» 109-111

Milne, Joseph Grafton † (1867-1951) - Obituary and bibliography, by Sutherland, C.H.V. ·» 112-125

Miscellanea ·» 126-135

Reviews ·» 136-151

NC 6/12 (1952)

May, J.M.F.: The Alexander coinage of Nikokles of Paphos ·» 1-18, pl.1

Woodward, A.M.: Notes on the Augustan cistophori ·» 19-32, pl.2-4

Seltman, Charles Theodore: The wardrobe of Artemis ·» 33-51, pl.5-6

Hersh, C.A.: Sequence marks on the denarii of Publius Crepusius ·» 52-66

Mattingly, Harold: The different styles of the Roman Republican coinage ·» 67-71

Mattingly, Harold: The "military" class in the coinage of the civil wars of A.D. 68-69 ·» 72-77

Kraay, Colin M.: Revolt and subversion: the so-called "military" coinage of A.D. 69 re-examined ·» 78-86

Robertson, Anne S.: The Poundbury hoard of Roman fourth-century copies and their prototypes ·» 87-95, pl.7

Hill, Philip V.: A hoard of barbarous radiates from east Cornwall ·» 96-98, pl.8

Grierson, Philip: Pegged Venetian coin dies: their place in the history of die adjustment ·» 99-105

Walker, John: Some new Arab-Sassanian coins ·» 106-110, pl.9

Miscellanea ·» 111-135

Reviews ·» 136-171

NC 6/13 (1953)

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The President's address ·» 1-20

Milne, J.G. (†): Unpublished Greek coins in the Oxford Collection ·» 21-26, pl.1

Robinson, E.S.G.: A hoard of coins of the Libyans ·» 27-32, pl.2-3

Hersh, Charles A.: Overstrikes as evidence for the history of Roman Republican coinage ·» 33-68, pl.4-5

Mattingly, Harold: The Freckenham hoard of Roman coins ·» 69-73

Grierson, Philip: Visigothic metrology ·» 74-87

Grierson, Philip: A new Anglo-Saxon solidus ·» 88-91

Hill, Philip V.: Uncatalogued sceattas in the National and other Collections ·» 92-114, pl.6-7

Dolley, R.H.M.: Beulah Hill treasure trove 1953 ·» 115-122

Ghirshman, R.: Une intaille hephtalite de la collection de Mrs. Newell ·» 123-124

Walker, John: The coins of the Amīrs of Crete ·» 125-130

Miscellanea ·» 131-161

Reviews ·» 162-189

NC 6/14 (1954)

Robinson, E. Stanley G.: Cistophori in the name of king Eumenes ·» 1-8, pl.1

Kraay, Colin M.: Greek coins recently acquired by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford ·» 9-17, pl.2

Kraay, Colin M.: Caesar's Quattuorviri of 44 B.C.: the arrangement of their issues ·» 18-31, folder, pl.3-4

Mattingly, Harold: Verginius at Lugdunum? ·» 32-39

Robertson, Anne: A Roman coin hoard from Mildenhall, Suffolk ·» 40-52, pl.5

Mattingly, Harold: The coinage of Macrianus II and Quietus ·» 53-61

Sutherland, C.H.V.: A hoard of Roman folles from Wroxton Heath near Banbury, Oxon ·» 62-67

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The folles of Ticinum, A.D. 305-7 ·» 68-75

Dolley, R.H.M.: The so-called piedforts of Alfred the Great ·» 76-92, pl.6

Rigold, S.E.: An imperial coinage in southern Gaul in the sixth and seventh centuries? ·» 93-133, pl.7-8

Carlyon-Britton, Raymond: Henry VIII harp groats and harp half-groats and Edward VI harp groats ·» 134-140, folder, pl.9-10

Lang, D.M.: A hoard of sixteenth and seventeenth century Russian silver coins ·» 141-162, pl.11-12

Bivar, A.D.H.: The Chaman Huzuri hoard: countermarked Greek flans as the prototypes of the Indian punch-marked coinage ·» 163-172, pl.13

Figulla, H.H.: A "coin" of Cyrus ·» 173

Hulin, P.: The signs on the Kabul silver piece ·» 174-176

Leeds, E.T.: Zinc coins in medieval China ·» 177-185

Vermeule, Cornelius C.: Japanese coins in the British Museum (Part 1) ·» 186-196, pl.14

Miscellanea ·» 197-224

Reviews ·» 225-233

NC 6/15 (1955)

Hill, Philip V.: Barbarous Roman coins ·» 1-3, pl.1

Dolley, R.H.M.: The Tywardreath (Fowey) treasure trove ·» 5-9, pl.2

Stewart, Ian Halley: Some unpublished Scottish coins ·» 11-20, pl.3-4

Grant, Michael: The distribution of Nero's copper asses ·» 21-37, pl.5

Grant, Michael: The mints of Roman gold and silver in the early Principate ·» 39-54

Grierson, Philip: The Kyrenia girdle of Byzantine medallions and solidi ·» 55-70, pl.6-8

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The folles of Cyzicus down to A.D. 306 ·» 71-74

Kraay, Colin: The chronology of the coinage of Colonia Nemausus ·» 75-87

Whitting, P.D.: The anonymous Byzantine bronze ·» 89-99, pl.9-10

Scheu, Frederick: The earliest coins of the Bruttians ·» 101-112

Merrifield, Ralph: The Lime Street (1952) hoard of barbarous radiates ·» 113-124, pl.11

Tod, Marcus N.: Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage: addenda ·» 125-130

Jenkins, G.K.: Greek coins recently acquired by the British Museum ·» 131-156, pl.12-13

Seyrig, Henri: Irenopolis - Neronias - Sepphoris. An additional note ·» 157-159

Seaby, W.A.: Medieval coin hoards in north-east Ireland ·» 161-171

Denaro, Victor F.: The mint of Malta ·» 173-187

Dolley, R.H.M.: A further note on the Harkirke find ·» 189-193

Balog, Paul: Notes on ancient and medieval minting technique ·» 195-202, pl.14

Bivar, A.D.H.: Notes on Kushan cursive seal inscriptons ·» 203-210, pl.15

Welin, Ulla S. Linder: The first known dirham of the Amīrs of Crete ·» 211-214

Vermeule, C.C.: Modern Japanese and Chinese patterns in the British Museum (Part II) ·» 215-221, pl.16-17

Miscellanea ·» 222-257

Reviews ·» 258-275

Grant, Michael, The President's address: Very common coins ·» iii-xii

NC 6/16 (1956)

Robinson, E.S.G.: The date of the earliest coins ·» 1-8

Robinson, E.S.G.: The Libyan hoard (1952). Addenda, and the Libyan coinage in general ·» 9-14, pl.1

Robinson, E.S.G.: Some early nineteenth-century forgeries of Greek coins ·» 15-18, pl.2

Vermeule, C.C.: Greek coins in the Elisabeth Washburn King Collection at Bryn Mawr College ·» 19-41, pl.3-12

Kraay, Colin M.: The archaic owls of Athens: classification and chronology ·» 43-68, pl.13

Cawkwell, G.L.: A note on the Heracles coinage alliance of 394 B.C. ·» 69-75

Simonetta, B.: A note on Vologeses V, Artabanus V and Artavasdes ·» 77-82

Carson, R.A.G. / Kent, J.P.C.: Constantinian hoards and other studies in the later Roman bronze coinage ·» 83-161, pl.14-16

Mattingly, Harold: Rare and unpublished Roman coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge ·» 163-177, pl.17

Mattingly, Harold: A fourth-century Roman hoard from Egypt ·» 179-188

Mattingly, Harold: The denarius of Sufenas and the Ludi Victoriae ·» 189-203

Seaby, H.A.: A find of coins of Carausius from the little Orme's Head ·» 205-246

Merrifield, Ralph: An unpublished portion of the Lime Street Hoard found in 1882, reconstructed from the collection and records of the Guildhall Museum ·» 247-254

Dikigoropoulos, A.J.: A Byzantine hoard from Kharcha, Cyprus ·» 255-265, pl.18

Dolley, R.H.M.: The Shaftesbury hoard of pence of Æthelræd II ·» 267-280, pl.19-20

Dolley, R.H.M.: A small find of fourteenth-century groats from Flanders ·» 281-283, pl.21

Dolley, R.H.M.: A provisional note on the origins of the Leicester mint ·» 285-291

Dolley, R.H.M. / Strudwick, Mrs. J.S.: A note on the mint of Torksey and on some early finds of English coins from Nottinghamshire ·» 293-302

Stewart, Ian Halley: Unpublished Scottish coins: II ·» 303-312, pl.22

Shortt, H. de S.: A bull-and-horseman hoard from India ·» 313-325, pl.23

Henning, W.B.: The 'coin' with cuneiform inscription ·» 327-8

Thompson, F.C.: The use of the microscope in numismatic studies ·» 329-338, pl.24-28

Stride, H.G.: The Maria Theresa thaler ·» 339-343

Stevens, C.E.: Some thoughts on 'second Carausius' ·» 345-349

Allan, John † (1884-1955) - Obituary and bibliography, by Walker, John ·» 351-360

Reviews ·» 361-368

NC 6/17 (1957)

Gerassimov, Th.: Rare coins of Thrace ·» 1-5, pl.1

Mörkholm, Otto: Two Seleucid coin notes ·» 6-10, pl.2

Cahn, Herbert A.: Poseidion on Karpathos? ·» 11-12, pl.2

Jenkins, G.K.: A Carthaginian copper hoard from the south of France ·» 13-14

Lewis, R.B.: Analysis of a Carthaginian stater ·» 15

Kent, J.P.C.: The pattern of bronze coinage under Constantine I ·» 16-77, pl.3-8

Kent, J.P.C.: Carausius II - fact or fiction? ·» 78-83, pl.8

Woodward, A.M.: The coinage of Pertinax ·» 84-96, pl.9-14

Mattingly, Harold: The Victoriate ·» 97-119, pl.15

Kraay, C.M.: Two false Roman sestertii ·» 121-2, pl.16

Dolley, R.H.M.: An unpublished Irish hoard of 'St. Peter' pence ·» 123-132, pl.16

Dolley, R.H.M.: A small find of medieval Swiss coins ·» 133-135, pl.16

Lang, D.M.: Notes on Caucasian numismatics (Part I) ·» 137-146, pl.17

Unvala, J.M.: Some rare Sassanian and Arab-Sassanian coins ·» 147-150, pl.18-19

Freeman-Grenville, G.S.P.: Coinage in east Africa before Portuguese times ·» 151-179, pl.19

Metcalf, D.M.: Find-records of medieval coins from Gough's Camden's Britannia ·» 181-207

Berghaus, Peter / Dolley, R.H.M.: An eleventh-century hoard from the Danzig area ·» 209-217, pl.20-21

Macdowall, David W.: The coinage of Jaya-Prakāsa Malla of Kāthmāndū ·» 219-227, pl.22

Grant, Michael: Nero's copper asses in Spain ·» 229-230

Boon, George C.: Roman coins from Gough's old cave and the slitter, Cheddar ·» 231-237

Carson, R.A.G.: The Chadwell St. Mary find of Roman denarii ·» 238

Carson, R.A.G.: The Braughing treasure trove of Roman denarii ·» 239

Hill, Philip V.: A probable fourth-century hoard from the East ·» 240-1

Dolley, R.H.M.: A Spanish dirham found in England ·» 242-3

Dolley, R.H.M.: An unpublished minor variety of a penny of Edward I ·» 244-5

Kent, J.P.C.: Mr. Bruce Binney's civil war hoard ·» 245-6

Martin, Mrs. J.S.: The Anfield (Liverpool) (1955) treasure trove and Brownhills (Staffs.) (1955) treasure trove ·» 247

Kent, J.P.C.: A supposed coin of Procopius ·» 248

Carson, R.A.G.: The Canterbury hoard ·» 249-257

Reviews ·» 258-295

NC 6/18 (1958)

Stewart, Ian Halley: Unpublished Scottish coins: III ·» 1-7, pl.1

Kent, J.P.C.: Gold bars and ingots from the Bermuda treasure ·» 9-12, pl.2

Kraay, Colin M.: The coinage of Sybaris after 510 B.C. ·» 13-37, pl.3-4

Kraay, Colin M.: The Victoriate: a note on abbreviations ·» 39-41

Schachter, Albert: Horse coins from Tanagra ·» 43-46

Carson, R.A.G.: The Geneva forgeries ·» 47-58, pl.5-6

Mossop, J.C.: A hoard of folles from market Stainton ·» 59-71, pl.7

Metcalf, D.M.: Eighteenth-century finds of medieval coins from the records of the Society of Antiquaries ·» 73-96

Dolley, R.H.M.: Three forgotten English finds of pence of Æthelræd II ·» 97-107, pl.8

Dolley, R.H.M.: The 1958 Coventry treasure trove of Long Cross pence of Henry III ·» 109-122, pl.8

Dolley, R.H.M. / Van der Meer, Gay: A group of Anglo-Saxon pence at Sudeley castle ·» 123-129, pl.9

Dolley, R.H.M.: Modern forgeries of the post-Brunanburh Viking coins of York and Derby ·» 131-134, pl.9

Thompson, F.C. / McQuilkin, P. / Shelton, R.A.J.: Some notes on the metallurgy of the medieval copper coins of Ceylon ·» 135-146, pl.10-11

Bivar, A.D.H. / Stern, S.M.: The coinage of Oman under Abū Kālījār the Buwayhid ·» 147-156, pl.12

Macdowall, David W.: The coinage of Gāngeya-Deva of Dāhāla ·» 157-165, pl.13

Walker, John: The coins of Hatra ·» 167-172, pl.14

Denaro, Victor F.: The Maltese obsidional coins of 1800 ·» 173-176

Whitting, P.D.: Two suspected Byzantine forgeries ·» 177-8

Boon, George C.: Another follis of Leontius II, 695-8 ·» 179-180

Sherlock, R.J. / Oswald, A.: A hoard of Roman coins from Sutton Bonington in Nottinghamshire ·» 181-2

Hildyard, E.J.W. / Hill, P.V.: A radiate currency hoard from Yorkshire ·» 183-185

Robinson, E.S.G.: The beginnings of Achaemenid coinage ·» 187-193, pl.15

Reviews ·» 194-202

Blunt, Christopher, The President's address: Review of Anglo-Saxon studies ·» i-xv

NC 6/19 (1959)

Carson, R.A.G.: Roman coins acquired by the British Museum 1939-1959 ·» 1-16, pl.1-3

Carson, R.A.G.: The Bredgar treasure of Roman coins ·» 17-22, pl.4

Jenkins, G.K.: Recent acquisitions of Greek coins by the British Museum ·» 23-45, pl.5-6

King, Cathy E.: The Maxentian mints ·» 47-78

Carney, T.F.: Coins bearing on the age and career of Marius ·» 79-88

Gray, P.H. Ker: A further report on the Southsea find of fourth-century silver coins ·» 89-91, pl.7

Kent, J.P.C.: Zeno and Leo, the most noble Caesars ·» 93-98, pl.8

Kent, J.P.C.: The Antiochene coinage of Tiberius Constantine and Maurice 578-602 ·» 99-103, pl.9

Kent, J.P.C.: The revolt of Trier against Magnentius ·» 105-108

Kent, J.P.C.: An introduction to the coinage of Julian the Apostate (A.D. 360-3) ·» 109-117, pl.10-11

Grierson, Philip: Matasuntha or Mastinas: a reattribution ·» 119-130

Grierson, Philip: Solidi of Phocas and Heraclius: the chronological framework ·» 131-154, pl.12-15

Bellinger, A.R. / Metcalf, D.M.: A hoard of Byzantine Scyphate bronze coins from Arcadia ·» 155-164, pl.16

Matsson, G.O.: A hoard of Turkish Akchehs found in Belgrade ·» 165-174, pl.17

Dolley, R.H.M. / Martin, Mrs. J.S.: New light on a tenth-century find from the west of the County Kilkenny ·» 175-182

Dolley, R.H.M.: The earliest penny of the Bruton mint ·» 183-185

Dolley, R.H.M.: Two unpublished English finds of eleventh-century pence ·» 187-192, pl.18

Dolley, R.H.M.: An apparently mythical type of Cnut ·» 193-197

Dolley, R.H.M.: A small find of late thirteenth-century pence from Skipton castle ·» 199-200

Dolley, R.H.M.: A small find of Scottish billon coins of the sixteenth century ·» 201-2

Hawkins, R.N.P.: 'To Hanover' counters ·» 203-230, pl.19

Reviews ·» 231-240

Blunt, Christopher, The President's address: Review of Anglo-Saxon studies (Part II) ·» i-xv

NC 6/20 (1960)

Tod, Marcus N.: Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage ·» 1-24

Mørkholm, Otto: A posthumous issue of Antiochus IV of Syria ·» 25-30, pl.1

Robinson, E.S.G.: Two Greek coin hoards [Smyrna (Bairakli) & Delt hoard] ·» 31-36, pl.2

Scheu, Frederick: Coinage systems of Aetolia ·» 37-52, pl.3

Kraay, Colin M.: Caulonia and south Italian problems ·» 53-82, pl.4

Buttrey, Jr. Theodore V.: The 'Pietas' denarii of Sextus Pompey ·» 83-101, pl.5-6

Macdowall, David W.: Two Roman countermarks of A.D. 68 ·» 103-112, pl.7

Hill, Philip V.: Aspects of Jupiter on coins of the Rome mint, A.D. 65-318 ·» 113-128, pl.8

Kent, J.P.C.: ‘Auream Monetam . . . Cum Signo Crucis' ·» 129-132, pl.9

Whitting, P.D.: A new transitional Byzantine issue of A.D. 582 ·» 133-135

Potter, W.J.W.: The silver coinage of Edward III from 1351. Part 1: Pre-Treaty Period ·» 137-181, pl.10-13

Dolley, R.H.M. / Jones, F. Elmore: Some remarks on BMC type VII Var. B of Edward the Confessor ·» 183-190, pl.14-15

Dolley, R.H.M.: An unpublished Chester penny of Harthacnut found at Caerwent ·» 191-193

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Two Scottish coins of new denomination ·» 195-199

Metcalf, D.M.: Ljubic's Jugoslavenski Novci as a source-book ·» 201-208

Metcalf, D.M.: The metrology of Justinian's follis ·» 209-219

Macdowall, David W. / Wilson, N.G.: Apollodoti Reges Indorum ·» 221-228

Macdowall, David W.: Eight coins of Arakan from Sylhet ·» 229-234, pl.16

Carson, R.A.G.: Pyrford Roman treasure trove ·» 235

Carson, R.A.G.: The Barway, Cambs. treasure trove of Roman coins ·» 237-239

Boon, George C.: Hoards of Roman coins found at Silchester ·» 241-252

Boon, George C.: A Constantinian hoard from Llanbethery, near Barry, Co. Glamorgan ·» 253-265

Boon, George C.: Part of a Constantinian hoard from Woolaston, Glos. (1887-8) ·» 267-270

Kraay, Colin M.: A hoard of denarii from Verulamium, 1958 ·» 271-273

Kraay, Colin M.: A third-century Roman hoard from Great Chessells, Glos. ·» 275-277

Merrifield, R.: A first-century coin hoard from Budge Row (London) ·» 279-283

Macdowall, David W.: Derby treasure trove (1957) ·» 285

Grant, Michael: 'Marcellus' at Cibyra ·» 287

Reviews ·» 289-300

Blunt, Christopher, The President's address: Ecclesiastical coinage in England (Part I) ·» i-xvii

NC 7/1 (1961)

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: Two notes on Thessalian coins ·» 1-8, pl.1

Simonetta, B.: Notes on the coinage of the Cappadocian kings ·» 9-50, pl.2-4

Scheu, Frederick: Bronze coins of the Bruttians ·» 51-66, pl.5

Schachter, Albert: A note on the reorganization of the Thespian Museia ·» 67-70

Woodward, A.M.: The coinage of Didius Julianus and his family ·» 71-90, pl.6-10

Allen, D.F.: The Paul (Penzance) hoard of imitation Massilia drachms ·» 91-106, pl.11-12

Robinson, E.S.G.: A hoard of archaic Greek coins from Anatolia ·» 107-117, pl.13-15

Bivar, A.D.H.: A 'Satrap' of Cyrus the Younger ·» 119-127

Krupp, E. and F.: The tutela type of Vitellius ·» 129-130, pl.16

Metcalf, D.M.: Organization of the Constantinople mint for the follis of the Anastasian reforms ·» 131-143, pl.17-18

Metcalf, D.M.: The money of a medieval French traveller in the Balkans ·» 145-149, pl.19

Dolley, R.H.M.: A hoard of Anglo-Saxon pennies from Sicily ·» 151-161, pl.20-21

Dolley, R.H.M.: The personal name 'L(o)c(i)' on eleventh-century English coins ·» 163-168

Dolley, R.H.M.: A small find of continental sterlings from Aberdeenshire ·» 169-170

Butler, Veronica J. / Dolley, R.H.M.: A note on the Viking-age hoard from Lindores and on some other finds from the British Isles which are alleged to have contained coins of Ecgbeorht ·» 171-174

Balog, Paul: Notes on some Fātimid round-flan dirhems ·» 175-179, pl.22

Whitehead, R.B.: Coins of the Jinns ·» 181-184, pl.23

Dolley, R.H.M.: A recent find of Long Cross pennies of Henry III from Winchester ·» 185-189, pl.24

Boon, George C.: The Roman temple at Brean Down, Somerset, and the dating of 'minimissimi' ·» 191-197

Boon, George C.: Roman coins from Gough's old cave and the slitter, Cheddar: a correction ·» 199

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Notes on some Roman quinarii at Oxford ·» 201-202

Gray, P. Ker: A hoard of 'folles' in the National Museum of Malta ·» 203-209

Carson, R.A.G.: Hollingbourne treasure trove ·» 211-223

Morrison, K.F.: 'Mules' in the Carolingian series ·» 225-234

NC 7/2 (1962)

Kraay, Colin M.: The Celenderis hoard ·» 1-15, pl.1-2

Wallace, W.P.: The meeting-point of the Histiaian and Macedonian tetrobols ·» 17-22, pl.3-4

Wallace, W.P.: The early coinages of Athens and Euboia ·» 23-42

Scheu, Frederick: Silver and gold coins of the Bruttians ·» 43-63, pl.5-6

Healy, J.F.: Alexander the Great and the last issue of electrum hektai at Mytilene ·» 65-71

Sellwood, David G.: The Parthian coins of Gotarzes I, Orodes I, and Sinatruces ·» 73-89, pl.7-8

Roth, Cecil: The year-reckoning of the coins of the First Revolt ·» 91-100

Tylecote, R.F.: The method of use of early iron-age coin moulds ·» 101-109

Thompson, F.C.: A note on the composition of British pre-Roman 'tin money' ·» 111-112

Macdowall, David W.: Countermarks of early Imperial Corinth ·» 113-123, pl.9

Hill, Philip V.: The temples and statues of Apollo in Rome ·» 125-142, pl.10-11

Thompson, F.H.: A hoard of antoniniani from Agden, near Altrincham, Cheshire ·» 143-155

Dolley, R.H.M. / Morrison, K.F.: A note on four 'type immobilisé' coins of Melle from British finds ·» 157-160

Hill, Philip V.: An unpublished sceatta in the Leeds Museum ·» 161-162

Dolley, R.H.M. / O'Donovan, M.A.: The 1961 Beachy Head (Bullock Down) hoard of third-century coins of the Central and Gallic Empires ·» 163-188

Dolley, R.H.M.: An unpublished London moneyer of Eadgar ·» 189-194

Dolley, R.H.M.: A west country grouping of pennies of Eadwig and Eadgar ·» 195-202

Potter, W.J.W.: The silver coinage of Edward III. Part 2: The Treaty period (1361-9), Part 3: The post-Treaty period (1369-77) ·» 203-224, pl.12-13

Phillips, J.R.: The Byzantine bronze coins of Alexandria in the seventh century ·» 225-241

Balog, Paul: I. A hoard of late Mamluk copper coins, and II. Observations on the metrology of the Mamluk fals ·» 243-273, pl.14-16

Lewis, D.M.: The chronology of the Athenian New Style coinage ·» 275-300

Thompson, Margaret: Athens again ·» 301-333

Gallwey, H.D.: A hoard of third-century antoniniani from southern Spain ·» 335-406, pl.17-19

Mørkholm, Otto: Some Cappadocian problems ·» 407-411, pl.20

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: A neglected hoard of Elean coins ·» 413-415

Kraay, Colin M.: The early coinage of Athens: a reply ·» 417-423

Lewis, R.B.: Hoard of Greek coins from Spain ·» 425-427, pl.21

NC 7/3 (1963)

Thompson, Wesley E.: The value of the Kyzikene stater ·» 1-4

Woodward, A.M.: The neocorate at Aegeae and Anazarbus in Cilicia ·» 5-10, pl.1

Shortt, H. de S.: Utmanzai coins ·» 11-36, pl.2-5

Bartlett, R.G.: Arsakes: Theos and Dikaios ·» 37-45, pl.22

Mattingly, Harold: 'Trinummus' ·» 47-50

Mattingly, Harold: Notes on late Republican coinage: I. The rare aureus of Cn. Pompeius Magnus; II. Some curiosities of style in the late Republic ·» 51-54

Sutherland, C.H.V.: An unpublished quadrans of Claudius ·» 55-56

Sutherland, C.H.V.: A late Julio-Claudian aes hoard from Worcester ·» 57-59

Birley, Eric: The Thorngrafton hoard ·» 61-66

Carson, R.A.G.: Norton (Malton) Roman imperial treasure trove ·» 67

Bruun, Patrick: The transmission of gold coin types in the light of two new Constantinian gold pieces ·» 69-79, pl.1

Grierson, Philip: A new triens of Reccared (586-601) of the mint of Calapa ·» 81-82

Prawdzic-Golemberski, E.J. / Metcalf, D.M.: The circulation of Byzantine coins on the south-eastern frontiers of the empire ·» 83-92, pl.6

Dolley, R.H.M.: An unpublished variety of the short cross penny of King Cnut ·» 93-95, pl.7

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Medieval die-output: two calculations for English mints in the fourteenth century ·» 97-106

Potter, W.J.W.: The gold coinages of Edward III: Part I. The early and pre-Treaty coinages ·» 107-128, pl.8-10

Weiss, R.: The medieval medallions of Constantine and Heraclius ·» 129-144, pl.11-15

Curnow, P.E.: A seventeenth-century hoard from Normandy ·» 145-147

Denaro, Victor F.: Dutch coins and Maltese countermarks ·» 149-155

Bivar, A.D.H.: A Sasanian hoard from Hilla ·» 157-178, pl.16-17

Freeman-Grenville, G.S.P.: Coins from Mogadishu, c.1300 to c.1700 ·» 179-200, pl.18

Matsson, G.O.: A group of 'bar coins' from Tashkend in Turkestan ·» 201-211, pl.19-22

Sircar, D.C.: The Bangāla couplet on some rupees of Akbar ·» 213-215

Sellwood, D.G.: Some experiments in Greek minting technique ·» 217-231, pl.23-25

Hedges, E.S. / Robins, D.A.: Examination of an ancient British bronze coin ·» 233-236

Hedges, E.S. / Robins, D.A.: Examination of some silver-coated Roman coins ·» 237-240

Reece, Richard: Some analyses of late Roman silver coins ·» 241-242

NC 7/4 (1964)

Kraay, Colin M.: The Melos hoard of 1907 re-examined ·» 1-20, pl.1-3

Mørkholm, Otto: Some Cappadocian die-links ·» 21-25, pl.4

Price, M. Jessop: The New-Style coinage of Athens: some evidence from the bronze issues ·» 27-36

Robinson, E.S.G.: Carthaginian and other south Italian coinages of the Second Punic War ·» 37-64, pl.5-7

Scheu, Frederick: The coinage of the Lucanians ·» 65-74, pl.8

Seltman, A.J.: Some Cypriot coins ·» 75-82

Simonetta, B.: Remarks on some Cappadocian problems ·» 83-92

Trell, Bluma L.: A numismatic solution of two problems in Euripides ·» 93-101

Thompson, Wesley E.: Gold and silver ratios at Athens during the fifth century ·» 103-123

Buttrey, T.V.: Some Roman Republican coins at Yale ·» 125-132, pl.9

Buttrey, T.V.: Another Roman coin from Africa ·» 133-134

Cameron, Alan: The follis in fourth-century Egypt ·» 135-138

Carson, R.A.G.: Austerfield (1963) Roman imperial treasure trove ·» 139

Crawford, M.H.: The coinage of the age of Sulla (with prosopographical notes by T.P. Wiseman) ·» 141-158

Hecht, Robert E.: Some coins of Asia Minor in Boston ·» 159-168, pl.10-13

Hill, Philip V.: Notes on the coinage of Septimius Severus and his family, A.D. 193-217 ·» 169-188, pl.14-15

Lewis, Geoffrey D. / Mattingly, Harold: A hoard of barbarous radiates from Mill Road, Worthing ·» 189-199, pl.16-18

Ravetz, Alison: The fourth-century inflation and Romano-British coin finds: I. Patterns of fourth-century coinage on Romano-British sites ·» 200-231

Reece, Richard: Analyses of some denarii of the later Republic and early Roman Empire ·» 233-234

Todd, Malcolm: A late Roman bronze hoard from the East containing die-links ·» 235-239

Trell, Bluma L.: The cult-image on temple-type coins ·» 241-246

Grierson, Philip: A coin of the Emperor Phocas with the effigy of Maurice ·» 247-250

Metcalf, D.M.: The Brauron hoard and the petty currency of central Greece, 1143-1204 ·» 251-259, pl.19

Lowick, N.M.: Some unpublished dinars of the Sulayhids and Zuray'ids ·» 261-270, pl.20-21

Macdowall, David W.: The early western satraps and the date of the Periplus ·» 271-280, pl.22

Lyon, C.S.S. / Stewart, B.H.I.H.: The classification of Northumbrian Viking coins in the Cuerdale hoard ·» 281-282

Seltman, A.J.: A hoard of Venetian torneselli ·» 283-285

Seltman, A.J.: A hoard of Rhodian gigliati ·» 287-291, pl.23-24

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Second thoughts on medieval die-output ·» 293-303

Potter, W.J.W.: The cold coinages of Edward III: Part II. (A) The Treaty Period (1361-1369) ·» 305-318

Copinger, H.S.A.: Communion tokens used in England, Wales, and the Channel Islands ·» 319-338, pl.25-26

NC 7/5 (1965)

May, J.M.F.: The coinage of Dikaia-by-Abdera c. 540/35 - 476/5 B.C.·» 1-25, pl.1-2

May, J.M.F.: The coinage of Maroneia c. 520 - 449/8 B.C. ·» 27-56, pl.3-5

Perlman, S.: The coins of Philip II and Alexander the Great and their Pan-Hellenic propaganda ·» 57-67

Bivar, A.D.H.: Indo-Bactrian problems ·» 69-108, pl.6-8

Mukherjee, B.N.: The location of a mint of the Azes dynasty ·» 109-112, pl.9

Sellwood, David G.: Wroth's unknown Parthian king ·» 113-135, pl.10-11

Macdowall, David W.: The dynasty of the later Indo-Parthians ·» 137-148, pl.12

Crawford, M.H.: N. Fabi Pictor ·» 149-154, pl.13-14

Hill, Philip V.: Some architectural types of Trajan ·» 155-160, pl.15

Boon, George C.: Light-weights and 'Limesfalsa' ·» 161-174, pl.16-17

Reece, Richard: Analyses of some Roman imperial denarii of the second and early third centuries ·» 175-176

Carson, R.A.G.: Springhead, Gravesend (Kent), Roman imperial treasure trove ·» 177-182

Grierson, Philip: The copper coinage of Leo III (717-41) and Constantine V (720-75) ·» 183-196, pl.18-19

Dolley, R.H.M.: A spurious hoard of Northumbrian copper coins from Bath ·» 197-200, pl.20

Dolley, R.H.M.: Master Percival de Porche of 'Luk' - Italian or Liégeois? ·» 201-203

Mukherjee, B.N.: The dates on two silver coins of Toramāna ·» 205-208, pl.9

Mitchell, Helen W.: A hoard of dirhams from Ardekan ·» 209-220, pl.21

Lowick, N.M.: Coins of Sulaimān Mīrzā of Badakhshān ·» 221-229, pl.22

Sperber, Daniel: Islamic metrology from Jewish sources ·» 231-237

Mattingly, Harold † (1884-1964) - Obituary and bibliography, by Carson, R.A.G. ·» 239-254

Walker, John † (1900-1964) - Obituary and bibliography, by Carson, R.A.G. / Mitchell, Helen W. ·» 255-264

NC 7/6 (1966)

Starr, Chester G.: The awakening of the Greek historical spirit and early Greek coinage ·» 1-7

Williams, Roderick T.: The 'Owls' and Hippias ·» 9-13

Simonetta, Alberto M.: Some remarks on the Arsacid coinage of the period 90-57 B.C. ·» 15-40, pl.1-2

Schwabacher, Willy: The production of hubs reconsidered ·» 41-45

Levick, Barbara: The coinage of Pisidian Antioch in the third century A.D.·» 47-59

Jones, J.R.: Vespasian Junior ·» 61-63

Mitchell, Richard E.: A new chronology for the Romano-Campanian coins ·» 65-70

Hersh, Charles A.: The Agrinion find and the problem of the chronology of the Roman Republican coinage during the second century B.C. - A revision of the Sydenham arrangement and dating of these issues based primarily on a reconsideration of the hoard evidence ·» 71-93, pl.3-5

Jameson, Shelagh: The date of the asses of M. Agrippa ·» 95-124, pl.6-10

Macdowall, David W.: An early imperial countermark from Pannonia ·» 125-133, pl.11

Hill, Philip V.: The aurei and denarii of Hadrian from eastern mints ·» 135-143, pl.12-13

Todd, Malcolm: A large hoard of early imperial bronze from Lincolnshire ·» 145-146

Todd, Malcolm: Romano-British mintages of Antoninus Pius ·» 147-153

Boon, G.C.: The Llanymynech Roman imperial treasure trove ·» 155-156

Boon, G.C.: The Erw-hên treasure trove of Roman antoniniani ·» 157-163

Bendall, Simon: An eastern hoard of Roman imperial silver ·» 165-170

Woloch, Michael: Indications of imperial status on Roman coins, A.D. 337-383 ·» 171-178, pl.14

Metcalf, D.M.: A stylistic analysis of the 'Porcupine' sceattas ·» 179-205, pl.15-16

Dolley, R.H.M.: Some unpublished variants of the PACX type of Edward the Confessor ·» 207-216, pl.17-18

Dolley, R.H.M. / Seaby, W.A.: Two neglected finds of coins of Henry VIII from Co. Down ·» 217-219

Grierson, Philip: The Crimean countermarks of Heraclius ·» 221-224

Whitting, P.D.: A seventh-century hoard at Carthage ·» 225-233, pl.19

Seltman, A.J.: Light-weight coins of Peter I and Peter II of Cyprus ·» 235-240, pl.20

Sircar, D.C.: Early western satraps and the date of the Periplus ·» 241-249

Lowick, N.M.: Shaybānid silver coins ·» 251-330, pl.21-23

Caley, E.R. / Shank, L.W.: Composition of two manillas ·» 331-335

Reviews ·» 337-372

INDEX ·» 373-385

NC 7/7 (1967)

Robinson, E.S.G. / Price, M. Jessop: An emergency coinage of Timotheos ·» 1-6

Simonetta, B.: Some additional remarks on the royal Cappadocian coins ·» 7-12

Sellwood, David G.: A die-engraver sequence for later Parthian drachms ·» 13-28, pl.1-2

Levick, Barbara: Some coins and inscriptions of Colonia Comama ·» 29-35

Price, M. Jessop: Countermarks at Prusias Ad Hypium ·» 37-42, pl.3

Macdowall, David W.: A group of early imperial aes from Augers-en-Brie ·» 43-47

Weiller, R.: Antoniniani of Victorinus (268/9-271) from a treasure found at Wiesbaden ·» 49-59, pl.4-5

Mattingly, Harold B.: The Paternoster Row hoard of 'barbarous radiates' ·» 61-69, pl.6-7

Walker, D.R.: A transient coinage reform A.D. 326 ·» 71-82

Kent, J.P.C.: Fel. Temp. Reparatio ·» 83-90, pl.8

Reece, Richard: Roman coinage in southern France ·» 91-105

Cope, Lawrence H.: Roman imperial silver coinage alloy standards: the evidence ·» 107-131

Archibald, Marion: Fishpool, Blidworth (Notts.), 1966 hoard - interim report ·» 133-146, pl.9-11

Stewart, B.H.I.H. / Murray, Joan E.L.: Unpublished Scottish coins. IV. Early James III ·» 147-161, pl.12

Dolley, Michael: The identity of the 'Dominick Grote' ·» 163-166

Metcalf, D.M. / Merrick, J. M.: Studies in the composition of early medieval coins ·» 167-181, pl.13

Weiller, R.: Medieval coins of Luxembourg in the British Museum ·» 183-188

Bedoukian, Paul: A unique billon of Levon I of Cilician Armenia and its historical significance ·» 189-197, pl.14

Price, M. Jessop: Treasure trove at Chilton Foliat ·» 199-201

Weiller, R.: Ad Usum Luxemburgi Circumvallati 1795 ·» 203-204, pl.15-16

Stern, S.M.: The coins of Āmul ·» 205-278, pl.17-18

Whitehead, Richard Bertram † (1879-1967) - Obituary and bibliography by Bivar, A.D.H. ·» 279-286

Reviews ·» 287-311

INDEX ·» 312-319

NC 7/8 (1968)

Price, M. Jessop: Mithradates VI Eupator, Dionysus, and the coinages of the Black Sea ·» 1-12, pl.1-4

Chapman, Anne E.: Some first century B.C. bronze coins of Knossos ·» 13-26, pl.5-7

Hecht, R.E.: Some Greek imperial coins ·» 27-35, pl.8-12

Allen, D.F.: The Sark hoard of Celtic coins and Phalerae ·» 37-54, pl.13

Crawford, M.H.: Plated coins - false coins ·» 55-59, pl.14

Robertson, Anne S.: Two groups of Roman asses from north Britain ·» 61-66

Carson, R.A.G.: Beachy Head treasure trove of Roman imperial silver coins ·» 67-81

Sperber, Daniel: Gold and silver 'standards'. A study in rabbinic attitudes to Roman coinage ·» 83-109

Reece, Richard: Analyses of some early third century Roman silver coins ·» 111-113

Cope, Lawrence H.: The Argentiferous bronze alloys of the large Tetrarchic folles of A.D. 294-307 ·» 115-149

Blunt, C.E. / Dolley, Michael: A gold coin of the time of Offa ·» 151-160, pl.15

Murray, J.K.R.: A further note on the forty-shilling piece of James VI of Scotland ·» 161-167

Murray, J.K.R.: Some notes on the small silver money of James I and VI ·» 169-172

Kent, J.P.C.: Charles the Great or Charles the Bald ·» 173-176

Weiss, Roberto: The study of ancient numismatics during the Renaissance (1313-1517) ·» 177-187

Macdowall, David W.: The Shahis of Kabul and Gandhara ·» 189-224, pl.17-19

Lowick, N.M.: A gold coin of Rasūltegīn, Seljūk ruler in Fārs ·» 225-230, pl.20

Lowick, N.M. / Nisbet, J.D.F.: A hoard of dirhems from Ra's al-Khaimah ·» 231-240, pl.21-22

Pollard, J.G.: Matthew Boulton and J.-P. Droz ·» 241-265

NOTES:

Fischer, Thomas: Some further early nineteenth-century forgeries of Greek coins ·» 267-268

Taylor, George: A countermarked coin of Ariarathes VII? ·» 269-270

Weiller, R.J.M.A.: Ad Usum Luxemburgi Circumvallati 1795 ·» 271, pl.16

NC 7/9 (1969)

Price, M. Jessop: Greek coin-hoards in the British Museum ·» 1-14, pl.1-4

Kraay, Colin M.: Notes on the mint of Side in the fifth century B.C. ·» 15-20, pl.16

Mørkholm, Otto: The classification of Cappadocian coins ·» 21-31, pl.5

Allen, D.F.: Monnaies-à-la-Croix ·» 33-78

Crawford, M.H.: The financial organization of republican Spain ·» 79-93, pl.6

Mattingly, Harold: Notes on some Roman Republican moneyers ·» 95-105

Dolley, Michael / Todd, Malcolm: The Roman coin-hoard from Timberland (Lincs.): a revision ·» 107-112

Crawford, M.H.: Bletchley treasure trove of Roman imperial denarii ·» 113-122

Carson, R.A.G.: Alcester (Warwickshire) find of Roman antoniniani and sestertii ·» 123-128

Carson, R.A.G.: Mattishall (Norfolk) treasure trove of Roman imperial silver coins ·» 129-142

Carson, R.A.G.: Welwyn treasure trove of Roman imperial denarii ·» 143-144

Cope, Lawrence H.: The Nadir of the imperial Antoninianus in the reign of Claudius II Gothicus, A.D. 268-270 ·» 145-161

Weiller, R.: A hoard of radiate imitations from the Tetelbierg (G.-D. of Luxembourg) ·» 163-176, pl.7-8

Bruun, Patrick: Constantine's Dies Imperii and Quinquennalia in the light of the early solidi of Trier ·» 177-205, pl.9-10

Mate, Mavis: Coin dies under Edward I and II ·» 207-218

Dolley, Michael / Gallagher, Colm: Four notes on unpublished Irish finds of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries ·» 219-233

Weller, H.L.: Eighteen Byzantine scyphate coins of the late twelve hundreds ·» 235-246, pl.11-12

Metcalf, D.M.: Billon coinage of the crusading principality of Antioch ·» 247-267, pl.13-15

Stewart, Ian: Style in medieval coinage ·» 269-289

Chattopadhyaya, B.D.: Dates of the Traikūtaka kings of western Deccan and their coins ·» 291-299

Mitchiner, Michael: A small hoard containing coins of Arda-Mitra ·» 301-304

Bandyopadhyay, Samaresh: Nānaka ·» 305-308

Johnson, W. Mcallister: A numismatic approach to the iconography of several Gonzagan fresco cycles ·» 309-312

NOTES:

Macdonald, D.J.: A false denarius of Claudius I ·» 313-315

Reece, Richard: Analyses of some early imperial Alexandrian tetradrachms ·» 317-318

Clayton, P.A.: Bibliography of articles from non-numismatic journals ·» 319-323

NC 7/10 (1970)

Thompson, Wesley C.: The golden Nikai and the coinage of Athens ·» 1-6

Hind, J.G.F.: Istrian faces and the river Danube. The type of the silver coins of Istria ·» 7-17

Bedoukian, Paul: A coin of Tigranes the Great of Armenia, struck in Commagene ·» 19-22

Spaer, Arnold: A hoard from Jericho ·» 23-28, pl.1-3

Trell, Bluma L.: Architectura Numismatica Orientalis. A short guide to the numismatic formulae of Roman Syrian die-makers ·» 29-50, plates with 120 fig.

Crawford, M.H.: An early hoard of victoriati ·» 51-56, pl.4-6

Hill, Philip V.: The bronze coinage of A.D. 103-111 ·» 57-70, pl.7

Clay, Curtis L.: Nilus and the four seasons on an as of Septimus Severus ·» 71-87, pl.8-10

Frier, Bruce W. / Parker, Anthony: Roman coins from the river Liri ·» 89-109

Sperber, Daniel: New light on the problem of demonetisation in the Roman Empire ·» 111-115

Allen, D.F.: William Stukeley as a numismatist ·» 117-132

Archibald, Marion M.: The Wyre Piddle (Worcs.) 1967 hoard of 15th-century silver coins ·» 133-162, pl.11-12

Murray, Joan E.L. / Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Unpublished Scottish coins: V. Light groats and base groats of James III ·» 163-186, pl.13

Hendy, M.F.: Michael IV and Harold Hardrada ·» 187-197, pl.14

Metcalf, D.M.: Interpretation of the Byzantine 'Rex Regnantium' folles of class 'A' c. 970-1030 ·» 199-219, pl.15-16

Macdowall, D.W. / Wilson, N.G.: The references to the Kusānas in the Periplus, and further numismatic evidence for its date ·» 221-240, pl.17

Lowick, N.M.: Seljuq coins ·» 241-251, pl.18

Mitchell, Helen W.: Fakhur al-Dunya and Nasir al-Dunya: Notes on two east African topics ·» 253-257

Pollard, J.G.: Matthew Boulton and Conrad Heinrich Küchler ·» 259-318, pl.19-24

NOTE:

Mossop, J.C.: An autonomous coin of Magdus in Pamphylia ·» 319-320

NC 7/11 (1971)

Olçay, Nekriman / Mørkholm, Otto: The coin hoard from Podalia ·» 1-29, pl.1-11

Healy, John F.: The establishment of die-sequences in Greek 'white gold' and electrum coin series ·» 31-36

Jackson, Anne E.: The bronze coinage of Gortyn ·» 37-51, pl.12-14

Talbert, R.J.A.: Corinthian silver coinage and the Sicilian economy, c. 340 to c. 290 B.C. ·» 53-66

Coleiro, Edward: Maltese coins of the Roman period ·» 67-91, pl.15-16

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Alexandreia Kat'isson in Cilicia ·» 93-102, pl.17-19

Abgarians, M.T. / Sellwood, D.G.: A hoard of early Parthian drachms ·» 103-119, pl.20-23

Price, M. Jessop: Greek Imperial coins - Some recent acquisitions by the British Museum ·» 121-134, pl.24-26

Dobbins, K. Walton: Sanabares and the Gondophares dynasty ·» 135-142

Crawford, M.H.: C. Censori ·» 143-149, pl.27-29

Bastien, Pierre: Some comments on the coinage of the London mint, A.D. 297-313 ·» 151-165, pl.30-35

Reece, Richard: Roman coinage in northern Italy ·» 167-179

Carson, R.A.G.: Gare (Cornwall) find of Roman silver and bronze coins ·» 181-188

Carson, R.A.G.: Leysdown (Kent) hoard of early Roman imperial bronzes ·» 189-197

Merrifield, R.: A Roman coin-hoard from Ramsgate, 1969 ·» 199-201

Carson, R.A.G.: Willersey (Glos.) treasure trove of fourth century imperial silver coins ·» 203-206

Carson, R.A.G. / Kent, J.P.C.: A hoard of fourth-century bronze coins from Heslington, Yorkshire ·» 207-225

Curnow, Peter: Roman coins from Wint Hill, Banwell, Somerset ·» 227-235

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: The early coins of Etheldred Il's crux issue with right-facing bust ·» 237-242, pl.36

Allen, D.F.: Mark Noble: A forgotten numismatist ·» 243-252

Grierson, Philip: Nummi scyphati. The story of a misunderstanding ·» 253-260

Metcalf, D.M.: A hoard of Sienese denari from the period c. 1180-1230 ·» 261-265, pl.37

Bacharach, Jere L.: Circassian monetary policy: silver ·» 267-281

Freeman Grenville, G.S.P.: Coin finds and their significance for eastern African chronology ·» 283-301

Mitchiner, Michael: Some early Annamese cash ·» 303-310, pl.38

Pollard, J.G.: Matthew Boulton and the reducing machine in England ·» 311-317

Clayton, Peter A.: Bibliography of articles from non-Numismatic journals ·» 319-322

NOTES:

Thompson, Wesley E.: The Chian coinage in Thucydides and Xenophon ·» 323-324

Drinkwater, J.F.: A new inscription and the legionary issues of Gallienus and Victorinus ·» 325-326

Lachman, Samuel: The kurush struck by Ali Bey in Egypt ·» 327-328

NC 7/12 (1972)

Williams, Roderick T.: The Damareteion reconsidered ·» 1-11, pl.1

Kraay, Colin M.: The Demareteion reconsidered: a reply ·» 13-24

Golenko, K.V. / Karyszkowski, P.J.: The gold coinage of king Pharnaces of the Bosporus ·» 25-38, pl.2-3

Melville-Jones, John: Epigraphical notes on Hellenistic bronze coinage ·» 39-43

Trell, Bluma L.: Architectura Numismatica. Early types: Greek, Roman, Oriental. An extended review of G. Fuchs, Architekturdarstellungen auf römischen Münzen ·» 45-59, pl.4-7

Thompson, F.C. / Nasir, M.J.: The manufacture of Celtic coins from the La Marquanderie hoard ·» 61-73

Hersh, Charles A.: A quinarius hoard from southern Italy ·» 75-88, pl.8-11

Buttrey, T.V.: Vespasian as moneyer ·» 89-109, pl.12-13

Elks, K.J.J.: Reattribution of the Milan coins of Trajan Decius to the Rome mint ·» 111-115, pl.14-15

Hendy, M.F.: Aspects of coin production and fiscal administration in the late Roman and early Byzantine period ·» 117-139

Casey, John: A hoard of Constantinian reduced folles from Brentford, Middlesex ·» 141-143

Owles, E. / Smedley, N. / Webb, H.: A hoard of Constantinian coins from Freston, Suffolk ·» 145-157

Reece, Richard: Roman coins in northern France and the Rhine valley ·» 159-165

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Stefanus R. ·» 167-175, pl.16

Murray, J.K.R.: The billon coinages of James VI of Scotland ·» 177-182

Metcalf, D.M.: Echoes of the name of Lorenzo Tiepolo. Imitations of Venetian grossi in the Balkans ·» 183-191, pl.17

Oddy, W.A.: Analyses of Lombardic tremisses by the specific-gravity method ·» 193-215, pl.18-19

Dolley, Michael: A neglected Scillonian circulation of Wood's halfpence ·» 217-219

Broome, M.R.: The 1780 restrike talers of Maria Theresia ·» 221-245, pl.20-23

Spasski, I.G.: Numismatic research in Russia, the Ukraine, and Byelorussia in the period 1917-1967 ·» 247-273

Sperber, Daniel: Islamic metrology from Jewish sources II ·» 275-282

Lowick, N.M.: More on Sulaimān Mīrzā and his contemporaries ·» 283-287, pl.24

Thompson, J.D.A.: The Beggars' badges and the Dutch revolt ·» 289-294, pl.25-26

Greenhalgh, Michael: A Paduan medal of queen Artemesia of Caria ·» 295-303, pl.27-28

NOTES:

Seeger, John A.: An unpublished drachm of Antiochus VI ·» 305

Fabbricotti, Emanuela: Moneyers' mistakes ·» 307-308

Elks, K.J.J.: The denarii of Gordian III ·» 309-310

Carson, R.A.G.: A gold coin of Constantius Chlorus ·» 311-312

Kraay, Colin M., The President's address - The Heberden coin Room in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford ·» i-x

NC 7/13 (1973)

Buttrey, T.V.: The Morgantina gold hoard and the coinage of Hicetas ·» 1-17, pl.1-2

Sullivan, R.D.: Diadochic coinage in Commagene after Tigranes the Great ·» 18-39, pl.14

Ashton, R.H.J.: Some Cnossian coins of Tiberius ·» 40-43

Buttrey, T.V.: A hoard of Republican asses from Rome ·» 44-51

Buttrey, T.V.: The Spintriae as a historical source ·» 52-63, pl.3-4

Kent, J.P.C.: Gallienae Augustae ·» 64-68

Carson, R.A.G.: A hoard of third-century Roman coins from Deeping St. James, Lincs. ·» 69-74

Price, M. Jessop: The lost year: Greek light on a problem of Roman chronology ·» 75-86

Bastien, Pierre: Coins with a double effigy issued by Licinius at Nicomedia, Cyzicus, and Antioch ·» 87-97, pl.5-6

Burge, David W.: Bourton-on-the-Water (Gloucestershire) hoard of Constantinian folles ·» 98-125

Dolley, Michael / Lindberger, Elsa: A parcel of later Anglo-Saxon pennies with a putative Finnish hoard-provenance ·» 126-133, pl.7

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Some Edwardian hoards from Scotland ·» 134-143

Metcalf, D.M.: The Peter and Paul hoard: Bulgarian and Latin imitative trachea in the time of Ivan Asen II ·» 144-172, pl.8-11

Lowick, N.M.: A New type of Solidus Mancus ·» 173-182, pl.12

Bacharach, Jere L. / Awad, H.A.: The problem of the obverse and reverse in Islamic Numismatics ·» 183-191, pl.13

Chittick, H. Neville: On the chronology of the Sultans of Kilwa ·» 192-200

Roy, P.C.: The coinage of the Kalachuri of Tripuri ·» 201-207

Golenko, Konstantin V.: The Numismatic Department of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow ·» 208-214

Clayton, Peter A.: Bibliography of articles from non-numismatic journals III ·» 215-219

NOTES:

Fischer, Thomas: A coin portrait of King Antiochus, the son and co-regent of King Antiochus the Great? ·» 220-1

Elks, K.J.J.: Coins of Caracalla with altered dies ·» 222-3, pl.15

Carson, R.A.G.: The Geneva forgeries: a correction ·» 224

Trell, Bluma L.: Architectura Numismatica: a correction ·» 225

Kraay, Colin M., The President's address - Timoleon and Corinthian coinage in Sicily ·» i-x

NC 7/14 (1974)

Mørkholm, Otto: A coin of Artaxerxes III ·» 1-4, pl.1

Shore, A.F.: The Demotic inscription on a coin of Artaxerxes ·» 5-8

Hadley, Robert A.: Seleucus, Dionysus, or Alexander? ·» 9-13, pl.2

Nash, Daphne: The Kuft hoard of Alexander III tetradrachms ·» 14-30

Hardaker, T.R.: A new hoard of Indian copper punchmarked coins from Madhya Pradesh ·» 31-41, pl.3

Metcalf, William E.: Roman coins from the river Liri. II ·» 42-52

Bland, R.F. / Carson, R.A.G.: Warsop (Notts.) treasure trove of Constantinian folles ·» 53-64

Rhodes, J.F.: The Oldcroft (1971-2) hoard of bronze coins and silver objects ·» 65-74

Grierson, Philip: A new early follis type of Leo III (718) ·» 75-77, pl.4

Oddy, W.A.: Analysis of the gold coinage of Beneventum ·» 78-109, pl.5-10

Deshazo, A.S. / Bates, Michael L.: The Umayyad governors of al-'Irāq and the changing annulet patterns on their dirhams ·» 110-118, pl.11

Metcalf, D.M.: The Berbati hoard, 1953: deniers tournois and sterlings from the Frankish Morea ·» 119-124, pl.12

Stewart, Ian: Problems of the early coinage of Henry VII ·» 125-147

Mikołajczyk, Andrzej: Scottish copper coins of the seventeenth century found in Poland and in the neighbouring Soviet Republics ·» 148-157

Wright, R.N.J.: Some further information on the origins of the milled coinage of Imperial China ·» 158-173, pl.13-15

NOTES:

Erim, Kenan T. / Macdonald, D.J.: A hoard of Alexander drachms from Aphrodisias ·» 174-176, pl.16A

Henig, Martin: A note concerning the devices on some Greek imperial issues ·» 177-179, pl.16B

Whitehead, D.H.E.: An unpublished hybrid silver quinarius of Domitian ·» 180-181, pl.16C

Carson, R.A.G.: Chipperfield (Herts.) treasure trove ·» 182-184

Casey, John: A mid-third-century hoard from Brighton, Sussex ·» 185-189

Dolley, Michael / Talvio, Tuukka: An unpublished hoard-provenance for the ninth century coinage of Hedeby ·» 190-192, pl.16D

Schneider, Herbert: A note on 'The Rose Group' angels of Henry VII ·» 193-197, pl.16E

Terry, K.W. / Laeter, J.R. de: X-ray diffraction analysis of grain size as a method of detection of reproductions among seventeenth century Spanish silver reales ·» 198-202

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Johnston, Ann: New problems for old: Konrad Kraft on die-sharing in Asia Minor ·» 203-207

NC 7/15 (1975)

Rhodes, P.J.: Solon and the numismatists ·» 1-11

Yarkin, Ural: The coinage of Syangela in Caria ·» 12-18, pl.1

Dobbins, K. Walton: The successors of Mithradates II of Parthia ·» 19-45, pl.2-3

Richard, J.C.M.: Les monnaies 'à la croix' du British Museum ·» 46-55, pl.4-5

King, Cathy E.: Quadrantes from the river Tiber ·» 56-90

Elks, K.J.J.: The eastern mints of Valerian and Gallienus: the evidence of two new hoards from western Turkey ·» 91-109

Lowick, N.M.: An early tenth century hoard from Isfahan ·» 110-154, pl.6-11

Morton, A.H.: An Iranian hoard of forged dirhams (with a contribution by L. H. Cope) ·» 155-168, pl.12-13

Porteous, John: The early coinage of the counts of Edessa ·» 169-182, pl.14-17

Rash-Fabbri, Nancy: A new interpretation of a medal of Julius II ·» 183-186

NOTES:

Cope, Lawrence H.: The chemical composition of a tetradrachm of Probus with a reverse type illustrating Codex Theodosianus XII, vii, I ·» 187-190, pl.18

Pagan, H.E.: A halfpenny of St. Eadmund essaying the York mint signature ·» 191-194, pl.18

Blackburn, Mark: Hiberno-Norse imitations of Watchet Long Cross coins ·» 195-197, pl.18

Metcalf, D.M.: Some provenanced finds of Crusader bezants ·» 198-199, pl.19

REVIEW-ARTICLES:

Hardaker, Terry R.: The origins of coinage in northern India ·» 200-203

Nash, Daphne: The chronology of Celtic coinage in Gaul: the Arvernian 'Hegemony' reconsidered ·» 204-218, pl.20

Stewart, Ian: Reflections on some Wessex mints and their moneyers ·» 219-229, pl.18

Carson, R.A.G., The President's address - A History of the Royal Numismatic Society: 1. 1836-1874 ·» i-xvi

NC 7/16 (1976)

Hind, J.G.F.: The eagle-head coins of Sinope ·» 1-6

Hersh, Charles A.: A study of the coinage of the moneyer C. Calpurnius Piso L. F. Frugi ·» 7-63, pl.1-11

Metcalf, D.M.: Sceattas from the territory of the Hwicce ·» 64-74, pl.12

Dolley, M.: A Hiberno-Manx coinage of the eleventh century ·» 75-84, pl.13

Mayhew, N.J.: Imitative sterlings in the Aberdeen and Montraive hoards ·» 85-97, pl.14-17

Bedoukian, Paul: The double tram series of Levon I of Cilician Armenia ·» 98-108, pl.18-25

Album, S.: A hoard of silver coins from the time of Iskandar Qarā-Qoyūnlū ·» 109-157, pl.26-31

Rhodes, N.G. / Valdettaro, C.: Coins in medieval Nepal ·» 158-166, pl.35

Wright, R.N.J.: The silver dragon coinage of the Chinese provinces, 1888-1949 ·» 167-200, pl.32-34

Cole, T.J.: The lifetime of coins in circulation ·» 201-218

NOTES:

Starr, Chester G.: A sixth-century Athenian tetradrachm used to seal a clay tablet from Persepolis ·» 219-222

Shiel, N.: The BRI coins of Carausius ·» 223-226, pl.35B

King, Cathy E.: A new Carausius II coin ·» 227, pl.35A

Metcalf, D.M. / Walker, D.R.: Tin as a minor constituent in two sceattas from the Shakenoak excavations ·» 228-9

Bendall, Simon: An 'eagle' countermark on sixth-century Byzantine coins ·» 230, pl.36B

Bendall, Simon: A numismatic representation of the Hetoirnasia ·» 231-234, pl.36C

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Kraay, Colin: The coinage of Nicopolis ·» 235-247

Album, S.: Sāmānid oversize dirhams of the fourth century A.H. (tenth century A.D.) ·» 248-254

Morton, A.H.: The history of the Sarbadārs in the light of new numismatic evidence ·» 255-258

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Allen, Derek Fortrose - published Work, compiled by Thompson, R.H. ·» 259-271

Carson, R.A.G., The President's address - A History of the Royal Numismatic Society: 2. 1874-1904 ·» i-xvi

NC 7/17 (1977)

Knapp, R.C.: The date and purpose of the Iberian denarii ·» 1-18

Hersh, Charles A.: Notes on the chronology and interpretation of the Roman Republican coinage. Some Comments on Crawford's Roman Republican Coinage ·» 19-36

Burnett, A.M.: The authority to coin in the late Republic and early Empire ·» 37-63

King, C.E. / Spaer, A.: A hoard of folles from northern Sinai ·» 64-112, pl.1-2

Metcalf, D.M.: The Antalya hoard of miliaresia of Basil I ·» 113-125, pl.3-5

Bendall, Simon: The mint of Trebizond under Alexius I and the Gabrades ·» 126-136, pl.6-7

Dean, Martin: Lead tokens from the River Thames at Windsor and Wallingford ·» 137-147, pl.8-12

Freeman-Grenville, G.S.P.: The late Francisco Carbone's collection of thalers from Yemen ·» 148-151

NOTES:

Rhodes, P.J.: Solon and the numismatists: postscript ·» 152

Yarkin, Ural: More coins of Syangela from Theangela ·» 152-3

Sperber, Daniel: 'Mehaginot' = Trajanic tetradrachms ·» 153-155

Grandmezon, N.N.: The use of leaded copper alloys in the Greek and Byzantine periods in the Tauric Chersonese ·» 155-161, pl.13

Mitchiner, Michael: A lead coin of the Sassanian emperor Narses, A.D. 293 to 303 ·» 161-2, pl.14A

Kaczmarczyk, A. / Hedges, R.E.M. / Brown, Helen: On the occurrence of mercury coated dirhems ·» 162-170

Daftar, Nahidh A.R.: The medallion of Caliph al-Mutawakkil ·» 170-1, pl.14B

Hill, David: Die-adjustment in the Wodan-Monster series of sceattas ·» 171-2

Hill, David: The 'Hanover' hoard of porcupine sceattas ·» 173-4

Talvio, Tuukka: Some Sigtuna coins in the British Museum ·» 174-6, pl.14C

Jonsson, Kenneth: An example of regional weight variation in the coinage of Æthelred II ·» 177-180

Stewart, Ian: The Bournemouth find (c. 1901) of coins of Henry I ·» 180-183

Spaer, A.: Two rare Crusader coins of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem ·» 184-6, pl.14D

O'Hara, M.D.: A hoard of electrum trachea of Alexius III ·» 186-188

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Kraay, Colin: The Asyut hoard: some comments on Chronology ·» 189-198, pl.15

Mattingly, Harold B.: Coinage and the Roman State ·» 199-215

Cope, Lawrence H.: The fineness and sequence of the Gallienic antoniniani, A.D. 259-68 ·» 216-219

Cope, Lawrence H.: Diocletian's price edict and second coinage reform in the light of recent discoveries ·» 220-226

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Clayton, Peter A.: Bibliography of articles from non-numismatic journals. IV ·» 227-236

Carson, R.A.G., The President's address - A History of the Royal Numismatic Society: 3. 1904-1936 ·» i-xv

NC 7/18 (1978)

Yarkin, Ural: The coinage of Alopeconnesus in Thracian Chersonesus ·» 1-6, pl.1

Simonetta, B.: On some tetradrachms of Orodes II and the probable issues of Pacorus I ·» 7-13, pl.2

Barag, D.: The Palestinian 'Judaea Capta' coins of Vespasian and Titus and the era on the coins of Agrippa II minted under the Flavians ·» 14-23, pl.3-5

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Korakesion in Cilicia ·» 24-32, pl.6-10

Hill, Philip V.: The issues of Severus and his sons in A.D. 211 ·» 33-37, pl.11

King, C.E.: The Woodeaton (Oxfordshire) hoard and the problem of Constantinian imitations, A.D. 330-41 ·» 38-65, pl.12-16

Spaer, A.: The Rafah hoard. Byzantine sixth-century folles ·» 66-70, pl.17-19

Metcalf, D.M.: Coinage of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem in the name of Baudouin ·» 71-84, pl.20-23

Sabine, C.: The Turris Davit coinage and the regency of Raymond III of Tripoli (1184-6) ·» 85-92, pl.24

Bendall, Simon / Sellwood, David: The method of striking scyphate coins using two obverse dies, in the light of an early thirteenth century hoard ·» 93-104, pl.25-26

Bendall, Simon: Thessalonican coinage of the mid thirteenth century in the light of a new hoard ·» 105-115, pl.27-28

Mayhew, N.J.: The sterlings of Guy de Dampierre, and related enigmatic issues ·» 116-125, pl.29-31

Mate, Mavis: The role of gold coinage in the English economy, 1338-1400 ·» 126-141

Vickers, Michael: The medal of Paola Gonzaga: a re-assessment ·» 142-146, pl.32

Wright, R.N.J.: The silver coinage of China, 1912-1928 ·» 147-175, pl.33-35

NOTES:

Mattingly, Harold B.: Coinage and the Roman State: corrigendum ·» 176

Holmes, Nicholas: Some Iron-Age coins from Hacheston, Suffolk ·» 176-8, pl.36A

Boon, George C.: A counterstamped and defaced As of Nero from Exeter ·» 178-180, pl.36B

Hahn, W.R.O.: Alexandrian 3-nummi and 1-nummus types under Heraclius ·» 181-183, pl.36C

Talvio, Tuukka: A Finnish(?) imitation of an Anglo-Saxon penny ·» 183-5, pl.36D

Stewart, Ian: A lead striking of William II's last coin-type ·» 185-7, pl.36E

Freeman-Grenville, G.S.P.: Shī'ī rulers at Kilwa ·» 187-190

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Freeman-Grenville, G.S.P.: Numismatic evidence for chronology at Kilwa ·» 191-196

Carson, R.A.G., The President's address - A History of the Royal Numismatic Society: 4. 1936-1976 ·» i-xii

NC 7/19 (1979)

Dundua, G.F. / Lordkipanidze, G.A.: Hellenistic coins from the site of Vani, in Colchis (Western Georgia) ·» 1-5, pl.1

Sullivan, Richard D.: King Marcus Antonius Polemo ·» 6-20, pl.2

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The Clementiae and Moderationi dupondii of Tiberius: more thoughts on the chronology ·» 21-25, pl.3

Metcalf, William E.: A Roman hoard from Cyprus ·» 26-35, pl.4-5

Hill, Philip: The coin-portraiture of Severus and his family from the mint of Rome ·» 36-46, pl.6-7

Yonge, David: The so-called interregnum coinage ·» 47-60, pl.8-11

Bland, R.F.: The 1973 Beachy Head treasure trove of third-century antoniniani ·» 61-107, pl.12-14

Blunt, C.E.: The Hougham hoard of sceattas, c. 1780 ·» 108-110, pl.15

Blunt, C.E. / Lyon, C.S.S.: The Oakham hoard of 1749, deposited c. 980 ·» 111-121, pl.16A

Sabine, C.J.: Numismatic iconography of the Tower of David and the Holy Sepulchre. An emergency coinage stuck during the siege of Jerusalem, 1187 ·» 122-132, pl.17

Metcalf, D.M. / Willis, P.J.: Crusader coins in the Museum of the Order of St. John, at Clerkenwell ·» 133-138, pl.18-23

Capra, P.: Les espèces, les ateliers, les frappes et les émissions monétaires en Guyenne anglo-gasconne aux XIVe et XVe siècles ·» 139-154

Murray, J.K.R.: The Scottish gold coinage of 1555-8 ·» 155-164, pl.24-25

Spasski, I.G.: Gold coins and coin-like gold in the Muscovite state, and the first gold pieces of Ivan III ·» 165-184, pl.26

Cribb, Joe: An historical survey of the precious metal currencies in China ·» 185-209, pl.27-29

NOTES:

King, C.E. / Spaer, A.: A hoard of folles from northern Sinai: addendum ·» 210

Fairhead, Niall: A new silver coin of Justinian II of Carthage ·» 210-1, pl.30A

Bendall, Simon: Some further notes on the mint of Trebizond under Alexius I ·» 211, pl.30B

Iordanov, Ivan: Billon trachea from the first half of the thirteenth century with the name and image of St. John the Baptist ·» 212, pl.30C

Sugden, K.F. / Warhurst, M.: An unrecorded parcel from the Hexham hoard of 1832 ·» 212-217, pl.31-32

Blackburn, Mark: Wærin: a Northampton moneyer for Eadgar ·» 217-219, pl.16B

Stewart, Ian: A Caistor coin of Æthelred's Hand type ·» 219-221, pl.16C

Talvio, Tuukka: Notes on three Sigtuna moneyers ·» 221-225, pl.33A

Dolley, M.: The Hiberno-Norse coins in the University coin-cabinet at Uppsala ·» 225-229, pl.33B

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Price, M. Jessop: The coinage of Philip II ·» 230-241, pl.34

Mørkholm, Otto: The Cappadocians again ·» 242-246

Carson, R.A.G., The President's address - Roman numismatists, 1860-1960 ·» i-xi

NC 7/20 (1980)

Karwiese, Stefan: Lysander as Herakliskos Drakonopnigon ('Heracles the snake-strangler') ·» 1-27, pl.1-2

Melville-Jones, John: The date of the gold drachma of Carystus ·» 28-32

Mørkholm, Otto: The Parthian coinage of Seleucia on the Tigris, c. 90-55 B.C. ·» 33-47, pl.3-5

King, C.E.: The Hambleden (Bucks.) hoard of folles ·» 48-63, pl.6-7

Hahn, W.R.O.: A sixth-century hoard of Byzantine small change from Egypt, and its contribution to the classification of African minimi ·» 64-70, pl.8

Sabine, C.J.: The billon and copper coinage of the Crusader country of Tripoli, c. 1102-1268 ·» 71-112, pl.9-14

Metcalf, D.M.: The Agrinion hoard. Gold Hyperpyra of John III Vatatzes ·» 113-131, pl.15-20

Capra, P.: Les espèces, les ateliers, les frappes et les émissions monétaires en Guyenne anglo-gasconne aux XIVe et XVe siècles (suite) ·» 132-164

Dyer, G.P.: Thomas Humphrey Paget (1893-1974) ·» 165-177, pl.21-24

Cope, Stephen N.: The statistical analysis of coin weights by computer and a rationalized method for producing histograms ·» 178-184

NOTES:

Zervos, Orestes: The Denmanhur hoard: addenda ·» 185-188

Talvio, Tuukka: A parcel of coins from Cuerdale in the Reichel collection ·» 188-191, pl.25

Daftar, Nahidh A.R.: The medallion of Ja’far al Barmakī ·» 191-2

Spaer, A.: Archbishop Baldwin of Caesarea ·» 193-4, pl.25B

Stewart, Ian: The burial date of the Eccles hoard ·» 194-197

Challis, C.E.: The silver trial plate of 1526 ·» 197-201, pl.26-27

Sellwood, David: A Basic program for histograms ·» 201-204

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Johnston, Ann: The intermittent imperials: the coinages of Lycia, Lycaonia, and Pisidia ·» 205-211

Indexes to 7th Series, Vols. 11-20, 1971-1980 ·» 235-260

Sellwood, D.G., The President's address - The relation between Art and technology in Coinage. 1 ·» i-vii, pl.28-29

NC 141 (1981)

Kraay, C.M. / Moorey, P.R.S.: A Black Sea hoard of the late fifth century BC ·» 1-19, pl.1-9

Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew: Galba's Aequitas ·» 20-39, pl.10-12

King, Cathy E.: A hoard of clipped siliquae in the Preston Museum ·» 40-64, pl.13-20

Elias, E.R. Duncan: The gros au lion of Aquitaine ·» 65-70, pl.21

Munro, John H.: Mint policies, ratios, and outputs in the Low Countries and England, 1335-1420: some reflections on new data ·» 71-116

Vickers, Michael: The medal of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, in the Bibliothèque Nationale ·» 117-119, pl.22-23

Rhodes, N.G.: The silver coinages of Garhwal and Ladakh, 1686-1871 ·» 120-135, pl.24-25

Buttrey, T.V.: The 'Tubac Ingot' ·» 136-142, pl.26

NOTES:

Now we are eight ·» 143-4

Yarkin, U.: An unpublished coin of Ariarathes III for Cybistra in Cappadocia ·» 144-5, pl.27,A

Brown, R.A.: An unusual counterfeit denarius of the reign of Nero ·» 145-6, pl. 27,B

Carradice, Ian: A copper dupondius of Domitian, AD 85 ·» 146-7, pl.27,C

Howgego, C.J.: Ionian magistrates: Caracalla or Elagabalus? ·» 147-149, pl.27,D

Weder, Marcus: Coins of Aurelian. New acquisitions by the British Museum ·» 150-154, pl.28-29

Metcalf, William E.: A nummus of Honoria and a decanummium of Constans II from the excavations at Carthage ·» 154-156, pl.30,A

Sabine, C.J.: The Crusader 'Turris Davit' coinage: Addendum ·» 156-158, pl.30,B

Sabine, C.J.: The sequence of varieties of the 'bare head' type of Bohemund III of Antioch ·» 158-163, pl.30,C

Lilburn, Alistair: A parcel apparently from an early hoard of 'Helmet' deniers of Bohemund III of Antioch ·» 163-166, pl.31

Metcalf, D.M.: Notes on the classification of the trams of Cilician Armenia (with a contribution on the textile traces by Lawrence J. Majewski) ·» 166-172, pl.32-34

Besly, E.M.: Fourteenth-century sterlings from Yves and Rummen ·» 172-175, pl.35

Corrigenda: NC 1980 ·» 175

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Crawford, Michael H.: Hubs and dies in classical antiquity ·» 176-7

Hahn, W.R.O.: New light on the Thessalonican moneta auri in the second half of the sixth century ·» 178-182, pl.36

Bridge, R.N.: The coinage of Chersonesus ·» 183-187

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Clayton, Peter A.: Bibliography of articles from non-numismatic journals. V ·» 188-192

Reviews ·» 193-207

Sellwood, D.G., The President's address - The relation between Art and technology in Coinage. 2 ·» i-vii, pl.37-38

NC 142 (1982)

Howgego, C.J.: Coinage and military finance: the Imperial bronze coinage of the Augustan East ·» 1-20, pl.1-6

Mattingly, Harold B. / Dolby, Malcolm J.: A hoard of barbarous radiates and associated material from Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire, with a note on metal analysis by W.J.C. Price ·» 21-33, pl.7-12

Nightingale, Pamela: Some London moneyers, and reflections on the organization of English mints in the eleventh and twelfth centuries ·» 34-50

Prestwich, Michael: The Crown and the currency. The circulation of money in late thirteenth- and early fourteenth century England ·» 51-65

Bendall, Simon: An early Palaeologan gold hoard ·» 66-82, pl.13-20

Metcalf, D.M.: The gros grand and the gros petit of Henry II of Cyprus (Part 1) ·» 83-100, pl.21-24

Mitchiner, Michael: A nineteenth-century hoard of European jettons and coins ·» 101-116, pl.25-28

Jones, Mark: The medal as an instrument of propaganda in late 17th and early 18th century Europe (Part 1) ·» 117-126, pl.29-34

NOTES:

A new inscriptional type-face for numismatic use ·» 127-9

Starr, Chester G.: New specimens of Athenian coinage, 480-449 BC ·» 129-134, pl.35-37

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Titiopolis in Cilicia ·» 134-137, pl.38-39

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Lamus in Cilicia ·» 137-139, pl.40

Spaer, Arnold: A hoard of Seleucid silver coins from Jericho: addenda ·» 140-142

Metcalf, D.M. / Stós-Gale, Z.: Chemical analyses of some sceattas from the Southampton excavations ·» 142-148, pl.41,A

Dolby, M.J.: Northumbrian stycas from South Yorkshire ·» 148-151, pl.41,B

Pagan, H.E.: M. Lecarpentier's gold coin of Dorestad ·» 151-155

Dolley, Michael / Shiel, Norman: A hitherto unsuspected Oriental element in the 1840 Cuerdale hoard ·» 155-6

Spaer, Arnold: A seal of Baldwin I, king of Jerusalem ·» 157-159, pl.42,A

Spaer, Arnold: Two Crusader oboles ·» 160-1, pl.42,B

Pesant, Roberto: Two new specimens of a follis of Count Baldwin II of Edessa ·» 161-3, pl.42,C

Bendall, Simon: A new twelfth-century Byzantine coin from the mint of Trebizond ·» 163, pl.42,D

Rhodes, N.G.: A hoard of Ladakhi Ja’u ·» 164-5, pl.42,E

DEBATE:

Zervos, Orestes H. / Price, M.J.: The earliest coins of Alexander the Great. 1. Notes on a book by Gerhard Kleiner ·» 166-190, pl.43-47

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Clay, Curtis L.: Towards a historical interpretation of the Roman coinage of Commodus ·» 191-194

Carson, R.A.G. - Published work 1947-1981, compiled by Bland, Roger ·» 195-212

Sellwood, D.G., The President's address - The relation between Art and technology in Coinage. 3 ·» i-vii

NC 143 (1983)

Kinns, Philip: The Amphictionic coinage reconsidered ·» 1-22, pl.1-4

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: The autonomous bronze coinage of Sicyon (Part 1) ·» 23-56, pl.5-8

Mørkholm, Otto: A posthumous issue of Antiochus IV of Syria ·» 57-63, pl.9

Hewitt, K.V.: The coinage of L. Clodius Macer (AD 68) ·» 64-80, pl.10-13

Hill, Philip V.: Buildings and monuments of Rome as coin types, AD 14-69 ·» 81-94, pl.14-15

Mitchiner, Michael: The Chutus of Banavasi and their coinage ·» 95-120, pl.16-18

Lowick, N.M.: The Mansūrī and the Mahdawī dirham. Two additions to Sauvaire's 'Matériaux' ·» 121-138, pl.19

Booth, James / Blowers, Ian: Finds of sceattas and stycas from Sancton ·» 139-145, pl.20-21

Blunt, C.E. / Stewart, B.H.I.H.: The coinage of Regnald I of York and the Bossall hoard ·» 146-163, pl.22-23

Elsen, Jean / Ghyssens, Joseph / Lagerqvist, Lars O. / Mayhew, Nicholas: The sterling hoard from Hemselynge, Abild Parish, Halland (Sweden) ·» 164-176, pl.24-29

Metcalf, D.M.: The gros grand and the gros petit of Henry II of Cyprus (Part 2) ·» 177-201, pl.30-35

Jones, Mark: The medal as an instrument of propaganda in late 17th and early 18th century Europe (Part 2) ·» 202-213, pl.36-41

NOTES:

Salzmann, Dieter: Folles of Severus II as Augustus and of Constantine I as Caesar from Antioch ·» 214-216, pl.42

Grierson, Philip: A rediscovered siliqua of Valentinian III (425-455) ·» 217-8, pl.43,A

Goehring, James E.: Two new examples of the Byzantine 'eagle' countermark ·» 218-220, pl.43,B

Weller, H.L.: A coin of Constantine IV re-attributed from Constantinople to Carthage ·» 220-1, pl.43,C

Mochiri, M.I.: A coin of Khusraw III's third year ·» 221-3, pl.43,D

Dolby, M.J.: A sceat from Hickleton, South Yorkshire ·» 223-4, pl.43,E

Sturdy, David: N. C. Fabri de Peiresc and five early Anglo-Saxon pennies in the Cotton collection, drawn c. 1608 ·» 224-7

Jones, Mark: The technique of Sinion van de Passe reconsidered ·» 227-230, pl.44-46

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Johnston, Ann: The denominational systems of the Greek Imperials of Bizye in Thrace ·» 231-239

Tyler-Smith, Susan: Sasanian mint abbreviations ·» 240-247

Nightingale, Pamela: The ora, the mark, and the mancus: weight-standards and the coinage in eleventh-century England (Part 1) ·» 248-257

Sellwood, D.G., The President's address - The relation between Art and technology in Coinage. 4 ·» i-xii

NC 144 (1984)

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: The autonomous bronze coinage of Sicyon (Part 2) ·» 1-24, pl.1-3

Ilakovac, Boris / Mirnik, Ivan: The 1968 Aenona hoard ·» 25-28, pl.4-8

Sutherland, C.H.V.: The concepts Adsertor and Salus as used by Vindex and Galba ·» 29-32

Hill, Philip V.: Buildings and monuments of Rome on the coins of the second century, AD 96-192 (Part 1) ·» 33-51, pl.9-11

Johnston, Ann: Hierapolis revisited ·» 52-80, pl.12-16

Levante, Edoardo: Coinage of Adana in Cilicia ·» 81-94, pl.17-24

Mitchiner, Michael: Rome: Imperial portrait tesserae from the city of Rome and Imperial tax tokens from the province of Egypt ·» 95-114, pl.25-26

Deyell, John S.: Indo-Greek and Ksaharata coins from the Gujarat seacoast ·» 115-127, pl.27-29

Cribb, Joe: The Sino-Kharosthi coins of Khotan. Their attribution and relevance to Kushan chronology (Part 1) ·» 128-152

Noonan, Thomas S.: The regional composition of ninth-century dirham hoards from European Russia ·» 153-165

Blackburn, Mark / Chown, John: A die-link between the Sigtuna coinage of Olof Skötkonung and some Long Cross imitations reading 'OCLOD' ·» 166-172, pl.30

Mayhew, N.J. / Stewart, B.H.I.H.: The sterling element in the Ostrovo hoard of 1898 ·» 173-179, pl.31

Esty, Warren W.: Estimating the size of a coinage ·» 180-183

NOTES:

Mørkholm, Otto (†): The alleged portrait of Antiochus, son and co-regent of Antiochus the Great ·» 184-6, pl.32

Demetriadi, Vassili / Hepworth, R. G.: Forgeries of Boeotian autonomous staters ·» 186-191, pl.33

Gilmore, G.R. / Metcalf, D.M.: Consistency in the alloy of the Northumbrian stycas: evidence from die-linked specimens ·» 192-198, pl.34

Robinson, Paul: Saxon coins of Edward the Elder from St. Mary's churchyard, Amesbury ·» 198-201

DEBATE:

Weder, Marcus / King, C.E.: The Eastern issues of Probus. 1. Theory and practice of third century Mint-Attribution. 2. An alternative view ·» 202-227, pl.35-43

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Besly, Edward: The gold coinage of the Gallic Empire ·» 228-233

Nightingale, Pamela: The ora, the mark, and the mancus: weight-standards and the coinage in eleventh-century England (Part 2) ·» 234-248

Sellwood, D.G., The President's address - The relation between Art and technology in Coinage. 5 ·» i-xii

NC 145 (1985)

Vickers, Michael: Early Greek coinage, a reassessment ·» 1-44

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: The autonomous bronze coinage of Sicyon (Part 3) ·» 45-66

Houghtalin, Liane: Roman coins from the river Liri. III ·» 67-81

Hill, Philip V.: Buildings and monuments of Rome on the coins of the second century (AD 96-192) (Part 2) ·» 82-101, pl.1-2

Bendall, Simon: A hoard of early fourteenth century aspers of Trebizond ·» 102-108, pl.3-11

Mochiri, M.I.: Garmkirmān: a Sasanian and early Islamic mint in Kirmān province ·» 109-122, pl.12-15

Bedoukian, Paul: Two hoards of Levon II trams ·» 123-135, pl.16-19

Cribb, Joe: The Sino-Kharosthi coins of Khotan: their attribution and relevance to Kushan chronology (Part 2) ·» 136-149, pl.20-23

Metcalf, D.M. / Northover, J.P.: Debasement of the coinage in southern England in the age of King Alfred ·» 150-176, pl.24-27

Travaini, Lucia: Two hoards of Sicilian Norman Tari ·» 177-208, pl.28-32

Mitchiner, M.B. / Skinner, A.: Contemporary forgeries of English silver coins and their chemical compositions: Henry III to William III ·» 209-236, pl.33-41

NOTES:

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Rhosus ·» 237-243, pl.42-43

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Monetae ... peculiares servos praeposuit: Julius Caesar and the mint of Rome ·» 243-245

Sutherland, C.H.V.: Gold and silver quinarii under the Julio-Claudians ·» 246-249

Jones, Mark: Richter's medals for the Swedish club ·» 249-254, pl.44-45

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Mattingly, Harold B.: Money for an empire: the Julio-Claudian experiment ·» 255-263

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Clayton, Peter A.: Bibliography of articles from non-numismatic journals, VI ·» 264-272

NC 146 (1986)

Ashton, R.H.J.: Rhodian bronze coinage and the earthquake of 229-226 BC ·» 1-18, pl.1-4

Foss, Clive: The coinage of Tigranes the Great: problems, suggestions and a new find ·» 19-66, pl.5-7

Burnett, Andrew: The iconography of Roman coin types in the third century BC ·» 67-75, pl.8-9

Garcia Bellido, Maria Paz: A hub from ancient Spain ·» 76-84, pl.10

Sutherland, C.H.V. (†): Compliment or Complement? Dr Levick on imperial coin types ·» 85-93

Peachin, Michael: The Procurator Monetae ·» 94-106

Davies, John A.: The Meare Heath, Somerset, Hoard and the coinage of barbarous radiates ·» 107-118, pl.11-12

Nicol, Norman D.: Paul Balog's The Coinage of the Ayyubids: Additions and Corrections ·» 119-154, pl.13-16

Rhodes, Nicholas: The Coinage of Kachar ·» 155-177, pl.17-22

Mitchiner, M.B. / Skinner, A.: Contemporary forgeries of late seventeenth century English tin coins: the implications for the study of leaden tokens ·» 178-184, pl.23

Esty, Warren W.: Estimation of the size of a coinage: a survey and comparison of methods ·» 185-215

NOTES:

Dilmaghani, J.: Parthian coins from Mithradates II to Orodes II ·» 216-224, pl.24

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: A doubted London coin of Constantine I ·» 224-5, pl.25A

Smith, D.G.: An unpublished nummus of Crispus from the mint of Ticinum ·» 225-6, pl.25B

Barclay, Craig: A countermarked as of Vespasian from South Italy ·» 226-230, pl.25C

Grierson, Philip: A semissis of Mezezeius (668-9) ·» 231-2, pl.25D

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Kinns, Philip: The coinage of Miletus ·» 233-260

NC 147 (1987)

Ashton, N.G.: What does the turtle say? 1-7, pl.1

Ashton, R.H.J.: Pseudo-Rhodian drachms and the beginning of the Lycian League coinage ·» 8-25, pl.2-3

Carradice, I. / Cowell, M.: The minting of Roman imperial bronze coins for circulation in the east: Vespasian to Trajan ·» 26-50, pl.4-7

Hill, Philip V.: Buildings and monuments of Rome as coin-types: Addenda ·» 51-64, pl.8-9

Bland, R.F. / Burnett, A.M. / Bendall, S.: The mints of Pescennius Niger in the light of some new aurei ·» 65-83, pl.10-13

Metcalf, D.M.: Coinage of the Crusades and the Latin east: Some new hoards and site finds ·» 84-105, pl.14-18

Carpenter, D.: Gold and gold coins in England in the mid-thirteenth century ·» 106-113, pl.19

Mitchiner, M.B. / Mortimer, C. / Pollard, A.M.: Nuremberg and its jetons, c.1475 to 1888: chemical compositions of the alloys ·» 114-155

NOTES:

Mørkholm, Otto (†): Cyprus hoard, 1982 ·» 156-8, pl.20-21

Macdonald, D.J.: A Greek imperial hoard of Alexandria Troas ·» 158-160

Stannard, C.: Two headed and two tailed denarii in the Roman republic ·» 160-163, pl.22

Kenyon, R.F.: A 'Claudian Copy' without a prototype ·» 164-166, pl.23

Bowsher, J.M. C.: Trajanic quadrantes from Arabia ·» 166-168, pl.23

Goddard, John: Some unpublished Roman imperial coins ·» 168-171, pl.24

Davies, John A.: Two groups of barbarous radiates from the vicinity of Meare, Somerset ·» 171-173, pl.25

Munro-Hay, S.C.: Aksumite silver coinage: some variant types in the Brereton collection ·» 174-5, pl.26

Todd, R.: A late sixth-century hoard from northern Syria ·» 176-182, pl.27

Burnett, A.M.: A Provençal solidus from Hawkwell, Essex ·» 182-3, pl.27

Stewart, B.H.I.H.: Two doubted London coins of Constantine I ·» 183

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Metcalf, D.M.: 'A penny life will give you all the facts' ·» 184-188

NC 148 (1988)

Root, Margaret C.: Evidence from Persepolis for the dating of Persian and archaic Greek coinage ·» 1-12, pl.1

Cahn, Herbert A. / Gerin, Dominique: Themistocles at Magnesia ·» 13-20, pl.2-3

Ashton, Richard H.J.: A series of pseudo-Rhodian drachms from Mainland Greece ·» 21-32, pl.4-6

Carradice, Ian / La Niece, Susan: The Libyan War and coinage: a new hoard and the evidence of metal analysis ·» 33-52, pl.7-12

Kenyon, Robert F.: The countermark PROB on coins of Claudius I from Britain ·» 53-61, pl.13-17

Butcher, Kevin: The colonial coinage of Antioch-on-the-Orontes c. AD 218-53 ·» 63-75, pl.18-22

Burgess, Richard: Quinquennial vota and the imperial consulship in the fourth and fifth centuries, 337-511 ·» 77-96, pl.23-28

Metcalf, Michael / Northover, Peter: Carolingian and Viking coins from the Cuerdale hoard: an interpretation and comparison of their metal contents ·» 97-116, pl.29-30

Mitchiner, M.B. / Mortimer, C. / Pollard, A.M.: The alloys of continental copper-base jetons (Nuremberg and medieval France excepted) ·» 117-128

NOTES:

Ashton, Richard: Pseudo-Rhodian drachms from Samothrace ·» 129-134, pl.31

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Zephyrion in Cilicia ·» 134-141, pl.32-35

Stannard, Clive: The hub from ancient Spain reconsidered ·» 141-143, pl.12/1-2

Loÿe, Georges de: The medallion on Gallo-Roman coinage attributed to Orange ·» 143-5, pl.22A-B

Carter, Giles F. / Metcalf, William E.: The dating of the M. Agrippa asses ·» 145-147

Jenkins, Michael R.: The 'Aeneid' medallion - a narrative interpretation ·» 148-152, pl.12/3-4

Bland, Roger: A Syrian hoard of c. AD 310 ·» 152-169, pl.36-37

Mark, Blackburn: Three silver coins in the names of Valentinian III (425-55) and Anthemius (467-72) from Chatham. Lines, Kent ·» 169-174

Atkins, Brian / Juel-Jensen, Bent: The gold coinage of Aksum. Further analyses of specific gravity. A contribution to chronology ·» 175-180

Mitchiner, Michael: Four more hoards of early south-east Asian symbolic coins ·» 181-191, pl.38-40

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Stewart, Ian: English coinage from Athelstan to Edgar ·» 192-214

NC 149 (1989)

Ashton, Richard: A series of Rhodian didrachms from the mid-third century BC ·» 1-13, pl.1-5

Houghton, Arthur: The royal Seleucid mint of Soli ·» 15-32, pl.6-10

Schmitt-Korte, Karl / Cowell, Michael: Nabataean coinage - Part I. The silver content measured by X-ray fluorescence analysis ·» 33-58, pl.11-17

Levy, Brooks: Nero's 'Apollonia' series: the Achaean context ·» 59-68, pl.18-19

Kleiner, Fred: An arch of Domitian in Rome on the coins of Alexandria ·» 69-81, pl.20-21

Munro-Hay, Stuart: The al-Madhāriba hoard of gold Aksumite and late Roman coins ·» 83-100, pl.22-29

Metcalf, Michael / Northover, Peter: Coinage alloys from the time of Offa and Charlemagne to c. 864 ·» 101-120, pl.30-31

Cook, Barrie: The royal household and the mint (1279-1399) ·» 121-133

Esty, Warren: Percentile plots and other methods of graphing coin weights ·» 135-147

NOTES:

Crawford, Michael H.: The Mugnano hoard ·» 149

Villaronga, Leandre: The Tangier hoard ·» 149-162, pl.32-41

Sellwood, David: New Parthian coin types ·» 162-168, pl.42

Butcher, Kevin: Two notes on Syrian silver of the third century AD ·» 169-172, pl.43

Bland, Roger: Two mid-fourth century coin hoards from North Africa ·» 173-190, pl.44

Mihailescu Bîrliba, Virgil: A late Roman hoard from Traian (Neamt, Rumania) ·» 191-196

Bendall, Simon: Trebizond under the Gabrades again ·» 197, pl.43A

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Howgego, Chris: After the colt has bolted: a review of Amandry on Roman Corinth ·» 199-208

Clay, Curtis: The supply of bronze coins to Britain in the second century BC ·» 209-224

NC 150 (1990)

Howgego, Christopher J.: Why did ancient states strike coins? ·» 1-25

Ashton, Richard H.J.: The solar disk drachms of Caria ·» 27-38, pl.1-3

Bauslaugh, Robert: Cistophoric countermarks and the monetary system of Eumenes II ·» 39-65, pl.4-6

Mattingly, Harold B.: The beginning of Athenian new style silver coinage ·» 67-78

Bopearachchi, Osmund: Graeco-Bactrian issues of later Indo-Greek kings ·» 79-103, pl.7-9

Schmitt-Korte, Karl: Nabataean coinage - Part II. New coin types and variants ·» 105-133, pl.10-15

Weigel, Richard D.: Gallienus' 'Animal Series' coins and Roman religion ·» 135-143, pl.16

Bateson, Donal / Campbell, Ian / Visonà, Paolo: The early nineteenth-century Jackson collection of coins from Carthage ·» 145-177, pl.17-18

Stewart, Ian / North, J.J.: Edwardian sterlings from Lochmaben, Blackhills and Mellendean reclassified ·» 179-204

Esty, Warren W.: The theory of linkage ·» 205-221

NOTES:

Bicknell, Peter: Turtle tattle ·» 223-4

Ashton, R.H.J.: A new silver issue from Mylasa ·» 224-5, pl.23,1-2

Levante, Edoardo: The coinage of Selinus in Cilicia ·» 226-233, pl.19-22

Bateson, J.D. / Hanson, W.S.: A Flavian hoard from Scotland: a foundation deposit? ·» 233-236

Lacam, Guy: A new consular solidus in the name of Valens from the mint of Antioch ·» 237, pl.23,A

Munro-Hay, Stuart: A new silver coin of King Aphilas of Aksum ·» 238, pl.23,B

NC 151 (1991)

Bland, Roger: Six hoards of Syrian tetradrachms of the third century AD ·» 1-33, pl.1-12

Kent, John: The coinage of Arcadius (395-408) ·» 35-57, pl.13-18

Oddy, Andrew: Arab imagery on early Umayyad coins in Syria and Palestine: evidence for falconry ·» 59-66, pl.19-20

Hartill, David: A study of the metropolitan coinage of Qian Long ·» 67-120

Coupland, Simon: The early coinage of Charles the Bald, 840-864 ·» 121-158, pl.21-24

Travaini, Lucia: Aspects of the Sicilian Norman copper coinage in the twelfth century ·» 159-174, pl.25-27

Stewart, Ian: On the date of the Bossall Hoard ·» 175-182

Cook, Barrie: The Pinchbeck, Lincs., Treasure Trove ·» 183-197, pl.28-31

NOTES:

Cahn, Herbert A. / Mannsperger, Dietrich: Themistocles again ·» 199-202, pl.44,1-4

Ashton, Richard: A hoard of late Rhodian plinthophoric hemidrachms (CH 4, 72) ·» 202-4, pl.32-36

Levante, Edoardo: Cilician coinage ·» 205-212, pl.37-40

Fear, A.T.: Military settlement at Italica? ·» 213-5

Draganov, Dimitar: An unknown gold medallion of Julian the Apostate ·» 215-6, pl.44,5

Barclay, Craig P.: A parcel of hyperpyra of the Comneni ·» 217-220, pl.41-43

Volgano, Italo: Three unrecorded thirteenth-century billon coins from the Kingdom of Sicily ·» 220-2, pl.45

Stewart, Ian: A Northumbrian coin of King Ethelwald and Archbishop Ecgberht ·» 223-5, pl.44,6

Stewart, Ian: A Danish request for Scottish minting ·» 225-6

Esty, Warren: The contribution of surface-silvering to silver content ·» 226-228

NC 152 (1992)

Ashton, Richard: The pseudo-Rhodian drachms of Mylasa ·» 1-39, pl.1-10

Butcher, Kevin: Rhodian drachms at Caesarea in Cappadocia ·» 41-48

Williams, Hugh: Coin supply in Britain in the late third century as evidenced by a mathematical interpretation of site finds ·» 49-56

Mays, Melinda: Inscriptions on British Celtic coins ·» 57-82

Brown, Helen: Early Muslim coinage in East Africa: the evidence from Shanga ·» 83-87, pl.11

Rhodes, Nicholas: Tibetan forgeries made in Calcutta ·» 89-96, pl.12-13

Wright, Richard: The debasement of the republican silver coinage of Yunnan province ·» 97-109, pl.14

Stewart, Ian: Coins of William II from the Shillington hoard ·» 111-132, pl.15-16

Attwood, Philip: The medals of Gilbert Bayes ·» 133-155, pl.17-27

NOTES:

Gautier, Georges: An unpublished nummus of Constantine I of the mint of London ·» 157-160, pl.36,1-6

Butcher, Kevin: The Maidenhatch Farm hoard of Constantinian copies ·» 160-174, pl.28-35

Burnett, Andrew: A clipped solidus from Wiltshire ·» 175, pl.36,A

Bland, Roger: A follis of Nicephorus Basilacius? ·» 175-7, pl.36,B

Tite, Colin: Sir Robert Cotton and the gold Mancus of Pendraed ·» 177-181, pl.37

Buttrey, T.V., The President's address and Review of the Year ·» i-xxii

NC 153 (1993)

Brindley, James C.: Early coinages attributable to Issus ·» 1-10, pl.1

Michaelidou-Nicolaou, Ino: Four Ptolemaic/Roman hoards from Cyprus ·» 11-29, pl.2-8

Haselgrove, Colin: The development of British Iron-age coinage ·» 31-63, pl.9-10

Van Heesch, Johan: The last civic coinages and the religious policy of Maximinus Daza (AD 312) ·» 65-75, pl.11

Kent, John: 'Concordia' solidi of Theodosius I: a reappraisal ·» 77-90, pl.12-14

Travaini, Lucia: Hohenstaufen and Angevin denari of Sicily and Southern Italy: their mint attributions ·» 91-135, pl.15-24

Stewartby, Lord: English Short-Cross coins from the Eccles hoard ·» 137-151

Bateson, J.D.: Three hoards of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries from the West of Scotland ·» 153-169

Yih, T.D. / De Kreek, J.: The Gongsi cash pieces of Western Borneo and Banka in the Ethnographical Museum at Rotterdam ·» 171-195, pl.25-26

NOTES:

Mirnik, Ivan: A Thracian silver coin hoard in the Osijek Slavonian Museum ·» 197-200, pl.27-31

Esty, Warren W. / Equall, Nancy / Smith, Richard J.: The alloy of the 'XI' coins of Tacitus ·» 201-204

Gilljam, Hans: A new gold coin of Postumus ·» 205-6, pl.32

Handa, Devendra: Coins attributed to the Audumbara king Mahādeva ·» 206-211

Bateson, J.D.: A Hiberno-Norse hoard from Dull, Perthshire ·» 211-214, pl.33

Blackburn, Mark: A lead striking of an East Anglian variant of Stephen's type 1 ·» 215-7, pl.32

Travaini, Lucia: A new Sicilian copper coin of King William II (1166-89) ·» 217-8, pl.32

Lessen, Marvin / Striegal, Mary F. / Gaspar, Peter P.: Counterfeit 'Scowling Bust' groats of Henry V ·» 218-225, pl.34-36

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: A survey of research on Sasanian numismatics ·» 227-269, pl.37

Buttrey, T.V., The President's address - Calculating ancient coin production, I. Facts and fantasies ·» 335-351

NC 154 (1994)

Nijboer, Albert: A pair of early fixed metallic monetary units from Borgo Le Ferriere (Satricum) ·» 1-16

Kagan, Jonathan H.: An Archaic Greek coin hoard from the Eastern Mediterranean and early Cypriot coinage ·» 17-52, pl.1-9

Hazzard, R.A.: Two hoards of Ptolemaic silver: IGCH 1713 and 1722 ·» 53-66

Schmitt-Korte, Karl / Price, Martin: Nabataean coinage - Part III. The Nabataean monetary system ·» 67-131, pl.10-12

Sears, Stuart D.: A late Umayyad hoard from Nippur ·» 133-146, pl.13

Stewartby, Lord: The 'Naxos' hoard of thirteenth-century sterlings ·» 147-166, pl.14-19

Wang, Helen: Coins and membership tokens of the Heaven and Earth Society ·» 167-190, pl.20-21

NOTES:

Munro-Hay, S.C.: Coins of ancient South Arabia ·» 191-203, pl.22-27

Blackburn, Mark: A variant of the seventh-century 'York' group of shillings found in Lincolnshire ·» 204-208, pl.21

Moesgaard, Jens Christian: Two finds from Normandy of English coins of the Norman kings (1066-1154) ·» 209-213, pl.29

Metcalf, D.M.: A hoard of early Tripolitan Crusader bezants ·» 214-217, pl.28

Carradice, Ian: Alexander Henderson and an early Scottish communion token ·» 218-223, pl.29-30

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Bursche, Aleksander: Celtic, Roman and Merovingian coins in north-west Germany: remarks on Frank Berger's Untersuchungen zur römerzeitlichen Münzfunden in Nordwestdeutschland ·» 225-241

Weder, Markus R.: The coinage of Aurelian and Roman imperial mint forgeries. A review of Robert Göbl, Die Münzprägung des Kaisers AURELIANUS (270/275) ·» 243-266

COIN HOARDS 1994 ·» 267-292

Tyler-Smith, Susan: A parcel of Wallachian and Bulgarian coins of the late fourteenth / early fifteenth century ·» 277-283, pl.31

Phillips, Marcus: A thirteenth-century hoard from Syria ·» 287-290, pl.32 in

Buttrey, T.V., The President's address - Calculating ancient coin production, II: Why it cannot be done. (in association wirh Denis Cooper) ·» 341-352

NC 155 (1995)

Ashton, R.H.J.: Pseudo-Rhodian drachms from central Greece ·» 1-20, pl.1-5

Frolova, Nina / Ireland, Stanley: A hoard of Bosporan coins in the period third century BC to AD 238 from ancient Gorgippia (Anapa) 1987 ·» 21-42, pl.6-16

Johnston, Ann: Aphrodisias reconsidered ·» 43-100, pl.17-18

Mattingly, Harold B.: The Mesagne hoard and the coinage of the late Republic ·» 101-108, pl.19-21

Duncan-Jones, R.P.: Change in the late Republican denarius ·» 109-117

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: The coinage of the Sasanian king Kavād II (AD 628) ·» 120-129, pl.22-24

Nikitin, Alexander / Roth, Gunter: The earliest Arab-Sasanian coins ·» 131-137, pl.25-28

Pagan, Hugh: Mints and moneyers in the West Midlands and at Derby in the reign of Eadmund (939-46) ·» 139-161, pl.29

Archibald, Marion M. / Lang, Janet R.S. / Milne, Gustav: Four early medieval coin dies from the London waterfront ·» 163-200, pl.30-37

Blackburn, Mark / Mann, Jenny: A late Anglo-Saxon coin die from Flaxengate, Lincoln ·» 201-208, pl.38-39

Stewartby, Lord: German imitations of English short-cross sterlings ·» 209-260, pl.40-46

NOTES:

Kagan, Jonathan H. / Kritt, Brian: The coinage of Kindya ·» 261-265, pl.47

Pincock, Richard: Nero's large bronze coinage for Egypt ·» 266-271, pl.48

Korshenko, A. / Gorshkov, I. / Holmes, A. J.: The large bronze of Valentinian III ·» 271-275, pl.48

Munro-Hay, Stuart: A new gold coin of King MHDYS of Aksum ·» 275-277, pl.50

Nikitin, Alexander / Roth, Gunter: A new seventh-century countermark with a Sogdian inscription ·» 277-9, pl.49

Graham-Campbell, James / Blackburn, Mark: An unprovenanced Viking-Age silver hoard of tenth-century date ·» 279-282, pl.50-51

Phillips, Marcus: References to the French maille tierce in Italian accounts from 1278 ·» 283-288

REVIEW ARTICLES:

de Callataÿ, F.: Calculating ancient coin production: seeking a balance ·» 289-311

Burton, Audrey: Shaibānid coinage: a reassessment. A review of E. A. Davidovich, Korpus ... Moscow 1992 ·» 313-320

COIN HOARDS 1995 ·» 321-363

Macdonald, David: A note on CH VIII, no.47: Ionia 1983 ·» 321-325, pl.50

Marinescu, Constantin A.: A first-century BC hoard of late cistophori ·» 325-330, pl.52-55

Blackburn, Mark: Two Norman deniers from the Stornoway hoard 1988-90 ·» 334-336, pl.50

Phillips, Marcus: A further thirteenth-century parcel from Syria ·» 359-361, pl.57

Metcalf, D.M., The President's address - Viking-Age Numismatics. 1. Late Roman and Byzantine Gold in the Northern Lands ·» 413-441

NC 156 (1996)

Gitler, Haim: New fourth-century BC coins from Ascalon ·» 1-9, pl.1-7

Tselekas, Panagiotis: The coinage of Pydna ·» 11-32, pl.8-11

Munro-Hay, S.C.: Coins of ancient South Arabia, II ·» 33-47, pl.12-14

Kroll, John H.: Hemiobols to Assaria: The bronze coinage of Roman Aigion ·» 49-78, pl.15-20

Ruyter, P.H. de: The denarii of the Roman Republican moneyer Lucius Julius Bursio, a die analysis ·» 79-147, pl.21-22

Sommer, Katja I.L.: Cius or Prusias? ·» 149-155, pl.23

Stewartby, Lord: VIRTVS, a new London type for Constantine Caesar (AD 307) ·» 157-163, pl.38

Bates, Michael L. / Kovacs, Frank L.: A hoard of large Byzantine and Arab-Byzantine coppers ·» 165-173, pl.24

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: A hoard group of drachms of the Dābūyid Ispahbads and early 'Abbāsid Governors of Tabaristān ·» 175-191, pl.25-32

Phillips, Marcus / Tyler-Smith, Susan: A hoard of Tripoli gros and half gros and French gros tournois ·» 193-225, pl.33-37

NOTES:

Myers, Robert J.: An unpublished silver fraction of Philip II of Macedon ·» 227, pl.38

Dungworth, David: Caley's 'zinc decline' reconsidered ·» 228-234

Torbatov, Sergey B.: A new silver medallion of Galerius ·» 235-7, pl.38

Anheuser, Kilian: Silver plating on a Carolingian denier of Pepin III reconsidered ·» 237-9, pl.39

Blackburn, Mark / Leahy, Kevin: A Lincoln mint-signed coin from the reign of Edgar ·» 239-241, pl.38

Travaini, Lucia: Medieval Capua - ancient Massalia: a misattribution rectified ·» 241-3, pl.38

Metcalf, D.M. / Jacobowitz, M.: A new type of anonymous denier of Cyprus of the early thirteenth century ·» 243-247, pl.40

COIN HOARDS 1996 ·» 249-332

Tselekas, Panagiotis: Grave hoards of Greek coins from Greece ·» 249-259

Ashton, Richard / Üyümez, Mevlüt / Hosgören, Ugur: Five Alexander hoards in Afyon Museum ·» 259-268, pl.41-46

Ashton, Richard / Arslan, Melih / Dervisagaoglu, Ali: A Ptolemic hoard in Fethiye Museum (CH VIII, no.246) ·» 269-272, pl.47-48

Lagos, Constantine: A hoard of the Chremonidean War ·» 272-278, pl.48

Ashton, Richard: A hoard of Koan coins ·» 278-280, pl.49

Blackburn, Mark: A hoard of late St Edmund coins from near Colchester ·» 289-291, pl.49

Crafter, T.C.R.: A purse hoard from the Champagne region ·» 301-2, pl.50

Woodhead, Peter / Wilson, Antony: A medieval Sicilian group ·» 306-312, pl.53

Bozinovic, Radmilo / Singer, Gordon Andreas: A large hoard of Serbian dinars from the mid-1380s ·» 313-318

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: Two groups of fifth-century Sasanian drachms ·» 327-331, pl.52

Metcalf, D.M., The President's address - Viking-Age Numismatics. 2. Coinage in the Northern Lands in Merovingian and Carolingian Times ·» 399-428

NC 157 (1997)

Ashton, R.H.J. / Weiss, A.P.C.: The post-plinthophoric silver drachms of Rhodes ·» 1-40, pl.1-16

Bruun, Patrick: The victorious signs of Constantine: a reappraisal ·» 41-59, pl.17-19

Phillips, Marcus / Goodwin, Tony: A seventh-century Syrian hoard of Byzantine and imitative copper coins ·» 61-87, pl.20-22

Vlastimil Novák: Fātimid and post-Fātimid glass jetons in the National Museum, Prague ·» 89-132, pl.23-27

Metcalf, D.M.: A large hoard from the Latin East concealed during the reign of Henry I of Cyprus (1218-53) ·» 133-156, pl.28-29

Wang, Helen: Local bronze tokens issued in Jiangsu, China, in the 1930s ·» 157-177, pl.30-34

NOTES:

Wartenberg, Ute: The Alexander-Eagle hoard: Thessaly 1992 ·» 179-188, pl.35-41

Ashton, R.H.J.: More pseudo-Rhodian drachms from Mainland Greece ·» 188-191, pl.42

Desnier, J.-L.: On the bridge on a coin of Septimius Severeus, AD 208 ·» 191-194, pl.43

Campbell, Ian: A Sponsian re-discovered ·» 194-196, pl.42

Moesgaard, Jens Christian: A hoard from the Blois region and the proto-feudal coinage of Blois, c. 920/40 ·» 196-205, pl.44

Broome, Michael: Countermarked Islamic gold coins in Venetian Cyprus ·» 205-209, pl.42

Stewartby, Lord: The Scottish thirty-shilling piece dated 1581 ·» 209-211

COIN HOARDS 1997 ·» 213-248

Boehringer, Christof: A 1971 group of Rhodian coins (from Karia?) ·» 214-217, pl.45-47

Hoge, Robert W.: A parcel of mainly 'Abbāsid gold coins (North Africa or Spain) ·» 239-247, pl.50-51

Metcalf, D.M., The President's address - Viking-Age Numismatics. 3. What happened to Islamic dirhams after their arrival in the Northern Lands? ·» 295-335

NC 158 (1998)

Carradice, Ian: Two Achaemenid hoards ·» 1-23, pl.1-12

Hazzard, R.A.: A review of the Cyprus hoard, 1982 ·» 25-36, pl.13-14

Ashton, Richard / Meadows, Andrew / Sheedy, Kenneth / Wartenberg, Ute: Some Greek coins in the British Museum ·» 37-51, pl.15-17

Williams, J.H.C.: Delete-Undelete: Mack 280 and early British silver ·» 53-61, pl.17

Ripollès, Pere Pau / Gozalbes, Manuel: The Les Alqueries hoard of antoniniani ·» 63-77, pl.18-26

Bédoyère, Guy de la: Carausius and the marks RSR and I.N.P.C.D.A. ·» 79-88, pl.32

Stewartby, Lord: Early Tetrarchic coins of London from the Market Stainton finds ·» 89-102, pl.27-28

Mochiri, M.I.: Réemploi de coins des monnaies sassanides ·» 103-111, pl.29-32

Malek, Hodge Mehdi / Curtis, Vesta Sarkhosh: History and coinage of the Sasanian queen Bōrān (AD 629-631) ·» 113-129, pl.33-37

Armstrong, Simon: Carolingian coin hoards and the impact of the Viking raids in the ninth century ·» 131-164

Novák, Vlastimil: Political oscillation under pressure: a Kākūyid billon dirham of Farāmurz acknowledging the Būyid ruler Abū Kālījār ·» 165-172, pl.55

Gullbekk, Svein H.: Medieval law and money in Norway ·» 173-184

Cowell, Michael / Wang, Helen: Metal supply for the metropolitan coinage of the Kangxi period (1662-1721) ·» 185-196, pl.38-41

Hewitt, Virginia: Beware of imitations: the campaign for a new Bank of England note, 1797-1821 ·» 197-222, pl.42-54

NOTES:

Ashton, R.H.J.: The pseudo-Rhodian drachms of Kos ·» 223-228, pl.62

Prokopov, Ilja / de Callataÿ, François: A late Hellenistic hoard from South-West Bulgaria (area of Gotse Deltchev) ·» 228-236, pl.56-60

Pincock, Richard: The 'OCCEB' Alexandrian tetradrachms of Gordian III ·» 236-243, pl.61

Handa, Devendra: Coins of the Sāvitriputrās ·» 243-248, pl.55

REVIEW ARTICLES:

Sheedy, Kenneth: Keian federations and Keian coinage. A review of C. Papageorgiadou-Banis, The Coinage of Kea ·» 249-257

Kolbas, Judith G.: Developments in the Jazīran pictorial coinage. A review of W.F. Spengler and W.G. Sayles, Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins and their Iconography, Vols. I and II ·» 259-285

COIN HOARDS 1998 ·» 287-331

Crawford, M.H.: A Republican hoard from Africa ·» 287-8

Ireland, Stanley: Some groups of Roman coins in Amasya Museum, Turkey ·» 295-8

Phillips, Marcus / Tyler-Smith, Susan: A sixth-century hoard of nummi and five-nummi pieces ·» 316-324, pl.63-64

Bendall, Simon: A hoard of hyperpyra of John III Vatatzes of Nicaea (1222-54) ·» 324-7

Phillips, Marcus / Tyler-Smith, Susan: A further parcel of Tripoli gros ·» 327-330, pl.55

Metcalf, D.M., The President's address - Viking-Age Numismatics. 4. The currency of German and Anglo-Saxon coins in the Northern Lands ·» 345-371

NC 159 (1999)

Lee, Ian: The Flower of Adonis at Eryx ·» 1-31, pl.1-8

Delrieux, Fabrice: Les monnaies de Mylasa aux types de Zeus Osogôa et Zeus Labraundeus ·» 33-45, pl.9-10

Kinns, Philip: The Attic Weight Drachms of Ephesus: a preliminary study in the light of recent hoards ·» 47-97, pl.11-16

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: The Achaian League silver coinage controversy resolved: a summary ·» 99-109, pl.16

Haselgrove, Colin: The development of Iron Age coinage in Belgic Gaul ·» 111-168, pl.17-19

Rich, J.W. / Williams, J.H.C.: Leges et Ivra P. R. Restitvit: A new aureus of Octavian and the settlement of 28-27 BC ·» 169-213, pl.20-21

Lockyear, Kris: Hoard structure and coin production in Antiquity - an empirical investigation ·» 215-243

Duncan-Jones, R.P.: Die productivity and wastage in Roman coinage ·» 245-254

Cook, B.J.: The bezant in Angevin England ·» 255-275

NOTES:

Johnson, Alan: Horse Sense? ·» 277-280, pl.22

Sheedy, Kenneth A.: The Idalion stater found in a tomb at Marion in 1886 ·» 281-284, pl.23-24

Hind, John: The coin-type on the reverse side of the early silver Coins of Corcyra ·» 284-286, pl.22

Lee, Ian: Two west Sicilian misattributions ·» 287-290, pl.22

Hurter, Mani Silvia: More Caprara forgeries: a Chalcidic League problem solved ·» 290-292, pl.25

Ashton, R.H.J.: Some early Rhodian forgeries ·» 293-294, pl.27

Huth, Martin / Qedar, Shraga: A coin from north Arabia with an Aramaic inscription and related coins of the Incense Road ·» 295-298, pl.26-27

Kos, Peter / Mirnik, Ivan: The Ribnjačka hoard (Bjelovar, Croatia) ·» 298-306, pl.28-33

Williams, J.H.C.: Septimus Severus and Sol, Carausius and Oceanus: two new Roman acquisitions at the British Museum ·» 307-313, pl.27

Guest, Peter: The Roman and Byzantine coins excavated at Nicopolis ad Istrum, and Gradishte, Bulgaria ·» 314-327

Moesgaard, Jens Christian / Tornbjerg, Svend Åge: A sixteenth Agnus Dei Penny of Aethelred II ·» 327-332, pl.34

Stewartby, Lord: Richard I fabrications ·» 332-338

COIN HOARDS 1999:

Ancient hoards ·» 339-347

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 348-357

Metcalf, D.M., The President's address - Viking-Age Numismatics. 5. Denmark in the time of Cnut and Harthacnut ·» 395-430

NC 160 (2000)

Lee, Ian: Entella: The silver coinage of the Campanian mercenaries and the site of the first Carthaginian mint 410-409 BC ·» 1-66, pl.1-3

Sosin, Joshua D.: Agio at Delphi ·» 67-80

Holt, Frank L.: Did king Euthydemus II realy exist? ·» 81-91, pl.4

Ashton, R.H.J.: More pseudo-Rhodian drachms from Central Greece: Haliartos (again), Chalkis, and Euboia uncertain(?) ·» 93-116, pl.5-9

Bopearachchi, Osmund / Falk, Harry / Wickremesinhe, Rajah: Earliest inscribed coins, moulds, seals and sealings from Tissamaharama (Sri Lanka) ·» 117-134, pl.10-12

Tyler-Smith, Susan: Coinage in the name of Yazdgerd III (AD 632-651) and the Arab conquest of Iran ·» 135-170, pl.13-29

Fedorov, Michael: The Qysmychi hoard of Qarakhanid dirhams (1002-1021) ·» 171-202, pl.30-31

Metcalf, D.M.: Crusader gold bezants of Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem: two additional sources of information ·» 203-218, pl.32-33

Cook, B.J.: Coining dies in late medieval England with a catalogue of the British Museum Collection ·» 219-247, pl.34-36

Allen, Martin: Ecclesiastical mints in fifteenth-century England ·» 249-259

NOTES:

Mattingly, Harold B.: The fifth-century tetradrachm coinage of Maroneia ·» 261-3

Stancomb, William M.: A group of staters of Timotheus and/or Dionysius, tyrants of Heraclea Pontica ·» 263-8, pl.37-38

Lagos, Constantine: Two second century BC bronze hoard from the Black Sea ·» 268-274, pl.39-40

Jenkins, Michael R.: A hoard from Elephantine Island ·» 274-6, pl.41-42

Williams, J.H.C.: The silver coins from East Anglia attributed to king Prasutagus of the Iceni - a new reading of the obverse inscription ·» 276-281, pl.40

Smith, Derek R.: The DECVRSIO Sestertius Types of Nero and Lusus Troiae ·» 282-289, pl.43-44

Lyne, Malcolm: Two new coin types for Carausius and Allectus and their implications ·» 290-2, pl.45

Hoover, Oliver D.: Three late Roman 'Purse' hoards from Aphrodisias ·» 292-297, pl.45

Boffa, Serge: Numismatique et Diplomatique. Réflexions à propos d'une monnaie prétenduement frappée par Godefroid Ier, duc de Lotharingie et comte de Louvain (1095-1139) ·» 298-304

Kirton, R.W. / Stewartby, Lord: The long voided cross sterlings of Kinghorn ·» 304-308

COIN HOARDS 2000:

Ancient hoards ·» 309-322

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 322-327

Islamic hoards ·» 328-334

Ford, Michael: The coin hoard of late Roman/early Byzantine Egypt from the reform of Diocletianus to the reform of Anastasius, AD 294-491 ·» 335-367

Reviews ·» 369-416

Mattingly, Harold B., The President's address - Rome and the Hellenistic World ·» 417-420

NC 161 (2001)

Lagos, Constantine: Athenea Itonia at Koroneia (Boiotia) and in Cilicia ·» 1-10, pl.1

Huston, Stephen M. / Lorber, Catherine C.: A hoard of Ptolemaic bronze coins in Commerce, October 1992 (CH 8, 413) ·» 11-40, pl.2-14

Kushnir-Stein, Alla: Was late Hellenistic silver coinage minted for propaganda purposes? ·» 41-52

Ashton, R.H.J.: Rhodian bronze coinage and the siege of Mithradates VI ·» 53-66, pl.15-30

Gonnella, Robert: New evidence for dating the reign of Vonones I ·» 67-73, pl.30-31

Duncan-Jones, Richard P.: The denarii of Septimius Severus and the mobility of Roman coin ·» 75-89

Goodwin, Tony: Arab-Byzantine coins - the significance of overstrikes ·» 91-109, pl.32-34

Metcalf, D.M.: Monetary recession in the Middle Byzantine period: the numismatic evidence ·» 111-155

Coupland, Simon: The coinage of Lothar I (840-855) ·» 157-198, pl.35-39

Vardanian, A.R.: Some peculiarities of the coinage in Dvin in the twelft and thirteenth centuries ·» 199-205, pl.40-42

Baker, Julian / Ponting, Matthew: The early period of minting of deniers tournois in the principality of Achaïa (to 1289) and their relation to the issues of the duchy of Athens ·» 207-254, pl.43-44

Bendall, Simon: An early fourteenth century hoard of Thessalonican trachea ·» 255-277, pl.45-50

NOTES:

Hind, John G.F.: Centaurs, Satyrs and Nymphs on the early silver coins of Thasos and the tribes of mount Pangaion ·» 279-282, pl.51

Kakhidze, A. / Iashvili, I. / Vickers, M.: Silver coins of Black Sea coastal cities from the fifth century BC necropolis at Pichvnari ·» 282-287, pl.52

Kerkeslager, Allen: The Apophis snake on a coin of Domitian from Alexandria (BMC Alexandria 348; RPC 2,2756) ·» 287-290, pl.51

Lyne, Malcolm: Two notes on the coinage of Carausius ·» 291-292, pl.51

Stewartby, Lord: Lichfield and Chichester ·» 293-295

Allen, Martin: The archbishop of York's mint in the 1330s ·» 295-301, pl.53

Cook, B.J.: The afterlife of a coinage: the Lancastrian salut in England and elsewhere ·» 302-307

Gaines, Tiffany / McGgrath, Eric / Langrill, Rebekah / Benvenuto, Mark: Chemical compositions of some of the Japanese Kanei-Tsuho coins via energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence ·» 308-317

Lam, Otto Chun-Cheung: Loan certificates of the Canton Merchant Volunteer Defence Corps headquarters, 1924 ·» 317-328, pl.55-58

COIN HOARDS 2001:

Ancient hoards ·» 329-348

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 349-359

Blackburn, Mark: A Viking hoard from Thurcaston, Leics.: preliminary report ·» 349-352, pl.54

Reviews ·» 361-384

Mattingly, Harold B., The Presidendent's Adress - Coin Hoards and History ·» 385-8

NC 162 (2002)

Fischer-Bossert, Wolfgang: A lead test-piece of a Syracusan tetradrachm by the engravers Euth... and Eum... ·» 1-9, pl.1-3

Ashton, Richard / Kinns, Philip: Opuscula Anatolica ·» 11-31, pl.4-6

Kovalenko, Sergei A.: Stuck lead pieces from Tauric Chersonesos: coins or tesserae? ·» 33-58, pl.7-10

Ashton, R,H.J.: Clubs, Thunderbolts, Torches, Stars and Caducei: more pseudo-Rhodian drachms from mainland Greece and the Islands ·» 59-78, pl.11-18

Meadows, A.R.: Statonikeia in Caria: the Hellenistic city and its coinage ·» 79-134, pl.19-30

Legutko, Paul A.: The revolt of Macrinus and Quietus and its effect on Alexandrian coinage, AD 260-263 ·» 135-168

Besly, Edward: A hoard of Tetrarchic Nummi from Bridgend, south Wales ·» 169-215, pl.31-42

Metcalf, D.M. / Northover, J.P.: Sporadic debasement in the English coinage, c.1009-1052 ·» 217-236

Crafter, Timothy: A die study of the Cross-and-Crosslets type of the Ipwich mint, c.1161/2-1180 ·» 237-251, pl.43-47

Bendall, Simon: Notes on the coinage in the name of John Comnenus-Ducas of Thessalonica (AD 1237-44) ·» 253-264, pl.48

Phillips, Marcus / Tyler-Smith, Susan: A hoard of Venetian grossi and Mamluk dirhems ·» 265-291, pl.49

Tor, D.G.: A numismatic history of the first Saffarid dynasty (AH 247-300 / AD 861-911) ·» 293-314

Rhodes, Nicholas: Coinage of the Mi-nyag, Tangut People, the Xi Xia dynasty ·» 315-332

NOTES:

Sosin, Joshua D.: Boeotian silver, Theban agio and bronze Drachmas ·» 333-339

Howgego, Christopher: The denarii of Septimus Severus and the mobility of Roman coin: a reply ·» 339-342

Duncan-Jones, R.P.: The denarii of Septimus Severus and the mobility of Roman coin: further comment ·» 342-345

Abdy, Richard: A new coin type of Gallienus found in Hertfordshire ·» 346-350, pl.50

Vanderspoel, John / Mann, Michelle L.: The Empress Fausta as Romano-Celtic Dea Nutrix ·» 350-355, pl.51

Vlachou, C. / McDonnell, G. / Janaway, R.: New evidence for the process used to silver plate counterfeit dirhams ·» 356-358, pl.52

Askari, E. / Treadwell, W.L.: Catalogue of Buyid coins in the National Museum of Iran ·» 359-364, pl.53-59

Benders, Jos: Sterlings from Gelre (Gelderland) ·» 365-372

Stewartby, Lord: London mint accounts, 1399-1402 ·» 373.

Burnett, A.M.: Bibliography of John Kent (1928-2000) ·» 375-383

COIN HOARDS 2002:

Ancient hoards ·» 385-395

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 395-419

Travaini, Lucia / Allen, Martin: A Short Cross hoard from near Ponttremolo (Italy), 1822 ·» 397-401

Phillips, Marcus: Middle East: A hoard of French feudal coins from the first Crusade ·» 402-4

Fedorov, Michael: A hoard of fourteenth century Chaghatayid silver coins from north Kirghizstan ·» 404-409

Reviews ·» 421-460

Mattingly, Harold B., The President's address - Some Numismatic Puzzles ·» 461-466, pl.60-61

NC 163 (2003)

Ashton, Richard / Kinns, Philip: Opuscula Anatolica II ·» 1-47, pl.1-8

Arena, Valentina: New acquisitions at the British Museum: additions to Price, Alexander, and to the 1870 Larnaca hoard ·» 49-57, pl.9-14

Lorber, Catharine C. / Hoover, Oliver D.: An unpublished tetradrachm issued by the artists of Dionysos ·» 59-68, pl.15-17

Errington, Elizabeth: A survey of late hoards of punch-marked Indian coins ·» 69-121, pl.18-23

Zarrow, E.M.: Sicily and the coinage of Octavian and Sextus Pompey: Aeneas or the Catanean Brothers? ·» 123-135, pl.24

Abdy, R.A.: Worn sestertii in Roman Britain and the Longhorsley hoard ·» 137-146, pl.25

Lyne, Malcolm: Some new coin types of Carausius and Allectus and the history of the British provinces AD 286-296 ·» 147-168, pl.26-27

Dearn, Alan: The coinage of Vetranio: Imperial representation and the memory of Constantine the Great ·» 169-191, pl.28

Economides, Kyriacos N.: Byzantine folles countermarked with Heraclian monograms found on Cyprus ·» 193-204, pl.29

Metcalf, D.M.: Byzantine, Islamic, and Crusader coins from Saranda Kolones, Paphos ·» 205-226, pl.30

Stewartby, Lord / Lyon, C.S.S. / Sharp, M.B.: The Geashill hoard of Anglo-Viking coins ·» 227-236, pl.31-32

Paszkiewicz, Borys: Between centralisation and fragmentation: Silesian mints and coinage in the fifteenth century ·» 237-259, pl.33-35A

Fedorov, Michael: Qarakhanid coins of Tirmidh and Balkh as a historical source ·» 261-285, pl.36-38

Korn, Lorenz: A dirham hoard from the time of the Mintāsh revolt ·» 287-312, pl.39-40

Wright, R.N.J.: The Yuan Shih-k'ai Dollar (Y.329) - a review ·» 313-334, pl.41-42

COIN HOARDS 2003:

Meadows, A.R.: The Apadana foundation deposit (IGCH 1789): some clarification ·» 342-4

Terzian, Gregory / Van Steen, Gonda: A hoard of bronze coins of Maroneia ·» 344-347, pl.43-44

Screen, Elina: The 'Ratto' parcel: a find of eleventh century French coins from Italy ·» 349-353, pl.45-46

Mansfield, S.J.: A hoard of twenty Byzantine copper coins ·» 354-5

Goodwin, Tony: A hoard of seventh century Byzantine dodecanummia ·» 355-7, pl.47

Schüttenhelm, Ruud: Iran: A hoard of Muzaffarid silver dinars ·» 357-360, pl.44

Fedorov, Michael: Kirgisztan: The Dzhalalabad hoard of Qarakhanid dirhams (AD 1009-39) as a historical source ·» 361-375

EXCAVATION COINS:

Hobbs, Richard: Coins from the AAPP excavations, Pompeii ·» 377-9

Ashton, R.H.J.: Excavation coins from Phanagoreia ·» 379-385, pl.48

Köker, Hüseyin: The Greek coins from the 1952-3 excavations at Cyzicus ·» 385-392, pl.49

Roma, Antonio: British medieval coins in Castilian archaeological contexts ·» 392-5

Insoll, Timothy: Three gold dinars from Bahrain ·» 395-8, pl.50

Mattingly, Harold B., The President's address - Circulation areas of ancient coinage ·» 433-435, pl.51-52

NC 164 (2004)

Maffre, Frédéric: Le monnayage de Pharnabaze frappé dans l'atelier de Cyzique ·» 1-32, pl.1-2

Ashton, R.H.J.: Kaunos, not Miletos or Mylasa ·» 33-46, pl.2

Meadows, A.R.: The earliest coinage of Alexandria Troas ·» 47-70, pl.3

Ashton, Richard / Kinns, Philip: Opuscula Anatolica III ·» 71-107, pl.4-9

Sawaya, Ziad: Le monnayage municipal Séleucide de Bérytos (169/8-114/3? av. J.-C.) ·» 109-146, pl.10-18

Elkins, Nathan T.: Locating the imperial box in the Flavian amphitheatre: the numismatic evidence ·» 147-157, pl.19-20

Travaini, Lucia: Saints and sinners. Coins in medieval Italian graves ·» 159-181

Day, William R. Jr.: Early imitations of the gold florin of Florence and the imitation florin of Chivasso in the name of Theodore I Paleologus, Marquis of Montferrat (1306-1338) ·» 183-199

Fedorov, Michael: Qarākhānid coins as a source for the history of Saghāniyān ·» 201-208

Lam, Otto Chun-Cheung: The 1819 Canton Bank note and Parsee bankers in China ·» 209-218, pl.21-23

NOTES:

Ireland, Stanley: An addition to Amastrian coin-types ·» 219-221, pl.24

Ireland, Stanley: A new specimen of the KOP cistophorus ·» 221-3, pl.24

Ireland, Stanley: Another example of a Rhodian forgery ·» 223-4, pl.24

Hardwick, Nicholas: Three groups of Chian forgeries ·» 224-6, pl.24

Woytek, Bernhard E.: Trajan's restoration of the denarius RRC 343/1b ·» 227-233, pl.25

Holmes, N.M.McQ.: A uniface gold medallion of Constantine II ·» 233-5, pl.24

Oddy, Andrew: A new proto-Umayyad mint in Syria ·» 236-240, pl.26-27

Sabater, M. Crusafont: An unpublished Ravenna tremissis of Charlemagne ·» 241-244, pl.28

Stewartby, Lord: An Edward III Berwick farthing of reduced fineness ·» 245-8, pl.28

COIN HOARDS 2004:

Ancient hoards ·» 249-253

Tyler-Smith, Susan: Iran: A parcel of Persis drachms, half drachms and obols ·» 253-271, pl.29-33

Abdullaev, Kazim: Uzbekistan: A hoard of Kushan copper coins from the Khalchayan area (Sekharakat village, Surkhandarya Region, Uzbekistan) - a preliminary report ·» 272-279, pl.34-35

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 279-281

Allen, Martin: The Framlingham Castle, Suffolk, hoard of Cross-and-Crosslets (Tealby) and Short Cross coins, 1850 ·» 282-291

Cook, B.J.: Spain: A hoard of medieval English coins from Yurreta, near Bilbao ·» 292-5

Naismith, Rory: Near East: A hoard of Byzantine copper coins ending with the last year of Maurice ·» 296-9

Phillips, Marcus: A late hoard of Crusader and French billon pennies from Syria ·» 299-308, pl.36-38

Tyler-Smith, Susan: The Kavād hoard ·» 308-312, pl.39

Fedorov, Michael: The Osh hoard of copper silver-washed dirhams minted c. 1128-1132 ·» 312-321

Fedorov, Michael: A hoard of Khytai copper-lead alloy silver-washed dirhams from the Krasnaia Rechka hillfort ·» 322-327, pl.40

EXCAVATION COINS:

Destrooper, Anne: Coins from the New York University excavations on Geronisos (Cyprus), 1990-1997 ·» 329-331

Mattingly, Harold B., The President's address - From Coins to History ·» 357-360, pl.41-43

NC 165 (2005)

Hind, J.G.F.: The types on the Phasian silver coins of the fifth-fourth centuries BC (the 'Kolkhidki' of western Georgia) ·» 1-14, pl.1

Kovalenko, Sergei A. / Molchanov, Arcady A.: The coinage of Theodosia in the 5th-4th centuries BC ·» 15-22, pl.2

Liampi, Katerini: Iolkos and Pagasai: two new Thessalian mints ·» 23-40, pl.3

Smith, Derek R.: New evidence for the identification of Aphrodite on staters of Corinth ·» 41-43, pl.1

Lorber, Catharine C.: A revised chronology for the coinage of Ptolemy I ·» 45-64

Ashton, R.H.J.: The coinage of Oinoanda (with Appendix 3 by N.V. Sekunda) ·» 65-84, pl.4-8

Ashton, R.H.J.: Recent epigraphic evidence for the start of the Rhodian and Lykian League Plinthophoroi ·» 85-89

Meadows, A.R.: Ptolemy VI, VIII, Cleopatra II, Cyprus and Argos: an enigmatic monetary transaction of the 2nd century BC ·» 91-97

Sawaya, Ziad: Les tétradrachmes Séleucides à l'aigle de Bérytos ·» 99-124, pl.9-14

Williams, J.H.C.: Stability and variety in the weight-standards of Cunobelin's precious metal coinage ·» 125-128

Haselgrove, Colin: A new approach to analysing the circulation of Iron Age coinage ·» 129-174

Abdy, Richard / Harling, Nicholas: Two important new Roman coins ·» 175-178, pl.15

Dahmen, Karsten: The Alexander busts of the Macedonian Koinon - new evidence for sequence and chronology ·» 179-181, pl.15

Gitler, Haim: A group of 120 clay Bullae from Petra with titles of the city ·» 183-192, pl.16-26

Naismith, Rory: Islamic coins from early medieval England ·» 193-222

Stewartby, Lord: The 1834 Baddinsgill find of crescent sterlings ·» 223-225, pl.27

Allen, Martin: The weight standard of the English coinage 1158-1279 ·» 227-233

Ilisch, Peter: Datierung und Herkunft der Köln-Imitationen (Hävernick 80-87) ·» 235-248, pl.28-29

Phillips, Marcus: The 'Roupen' hoard of helmet pennies of Antioch ·» 249-276, pl.30-37

Phillips, Marcus: A Merovingian copper coin from the Near East ·» 277, pl.37

Shea, Karl: A die-link between Raymond Roupen and Bohemond IV of Antioch ·» 279-284

Spaer, Arnold: A seal of Archbishop Ernesius (Hernes) of Caesarea ·» 285-6, pl.27

Schindel, Nikolaus: Sasanian mint abbreviations: the evidence of style ·» 287-299, pl.38-39

COIN HOARDS 2005:

Beliën, Paul: A hoard of Byzantine folles from Beirut ·» 314-322

Goodwin, Tony: A hoard of tenth and eleventh century Byzantine folles with Arabic countermarks ·» 323-33940-41

Schulze, Wolfgang: A further hoard of tenth and eleventh century Byzantine folles with Arabic countermarks ·» 339-346

Fedorov, Michael: The Dzlialalabad hoard of Qarakhanid dirharns minted in 417-20/1026-9 ·» 348-354, pl.42

Fedorov, Michael: The Krasnaia Reclika hoard of Qarakhanid dirhams (401-42/1010-51) ·» 354-363, pl.43

Fedorov, Michael: The Osh hoard of Qarakhanid copper silvered dirharns (560-96/1164-1200) ·» 364-7

Fedorov, Michael: The Burana hoard of gold dinars (574-609/1178-1213) ·» 368-375, pl.44

EXCAVATION COINS:

Hobbs, Richard: Coins from the AAPP excavations, Pompeii: update 1 ·» 377-381, pl.45

Moesgaard, Jens Christian: Trouvailles anciennes de monnaies gauloises dans les alentours d'Evreux (dép. Eure, France) ·» 381-3, pl.46

Cribb, Joe, The President's address - Money as Metaphor (Part 1) ·» 417-438, pl.47

NC 166 (2006)

Ashton, R.H.J.: The beginning of bronze coinage in Karia and Lykia ·» 1-14, pl.1-5

Visonà, Paolo: A new Wrinkle in the mid-Carthaginian silver series ·» 15-23, pl.7-8

Meyer, Caspar: A lead test-piece from Histria in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford ·» 25-26

Mcintyre, Andrew P.: The Alexander tetradrachms of Termessos Major ·» 27-30, pl.9-10

Kinns, Philip: A new third century BC didrachm of Chios in Ionia ·» 31-39, pl.11

Kinns, Philip: A new didrachm of Magnesia on the Maeander ·» 41-47, pl.13

Lorber, Catharine C. / Houghton, Arthur: Cappadocian tetradrachms in the name of Antiochus VII (with an appendix of quantitive analyses by Petr Vesely) ·» 49-97, pl.15-26

Barkay, Rachel: Seven new silver coins of Malichus I and Obodas III ·» 99-103

Hoover, Oliver D.: A reassessment of Nabataean lead coinage in light of new discoveries ·» 105-119, pl.27-30

Lönnqvist, Kenneth and Minna: The numismatic chronology of Qumran: fact and fiction ·» 121-165

Tye, Robert: Late Indian punchmarked coins in the Mir Zakah II hoard ·» 167-171

Tandon, Pankaj: New light on the Pāratarājas ·» 173-209

Elkins, Nathan T.: The Flavian Colosseum sestertii: currency or largess? ·» 211-221, pl.31-32

Duncan-Jones, R.P.: Crispina and the coinage of the empresses ·» 223-228

Dahmen, Karsten / Ilisch, Peter: Securitas Saeculi - a new revival of a Probus Reverse-type in the gold coinage of Constantine I ·» 229-231

Beliën, Paul: A previously unknown gold medallion of Constantius II Caesar from Ticinum ·» 233-235

Allen, Martin: The Cambridge Mint after the Norman conquest ·» 237-244, pl.33

Van Herwijnen, Arie / Ilisch, Peter: A medieval coin find from the Netherlands: filling a gap for Dorestad? ·» 245-249

Paszkiewicz, Borys: Anglo-Saxon and imitative pennies from the Raciazek hoard (1940) ·» 251-268, pl.35-38

Lianta, Eleni: John II Comnenus (1118-43) or John III Vatatzes (1222-54)? Distinguishing the hyperpyra of John II from those of John III ·» 269-299, pl.39-56

Kool, Robert: A thirteenth century hoard of gold florins from the medieval harbour of Acre ·» 301-320, pl.57-61

Gitler, Haim / Ponting, Matthew: Chemical analysis of medieval Islamic coin dies ·» 321-326, pl.63

Tandon, Pankaj: A gold coin of the Pāla king Dharmapāla ·» 327-333

Yih, T.D.: The typology of Xinjiang silver half miscal pieces inscribed Obdan Gumush / Besh Fen ·» 335-357, pl.65-70

Esty, Warren W.: How to estimate the original number of dies and the coverage of a sample ·» 359-364

COIN HOARDS 2006:

Ancient hoards ·» 365-384

Stancomb, W.M.: Ukraine: A hoard found at Myrmekion, north-east of Panticapaeum, Ukraine ·» 373-4

Höghammar, Kerstin: A small hoard of Koan drachms and hemidrachms from c. 200 BC ·» 378-380, pl.71

Meadows, A.R.: More from the 'Phoenicia' hoard (IGCH 1497) ·» 381-382, pl.72-73

Hardwick, Nicholas: IGCH 1649: Tell el Mashkouta, (anc. Pithom-Heroopolis), 17 km W. of Ismailia, 1947-1948 ·» 382-384, pl.74

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 385-414

Schindel, Nikolaus: A hoard of Umayyad copper coins from Baysān ·» 385-392, pl.75

Goodwin, Tony: A hoard of Byzantine tetartera and clipped folles ·» 393-400, pl.76

Fedorov, Michael: The Burana hoard of gold dinars (566-605/1170-1209) ·» 401-408, pl.77

Fedorov, Michael: A hoard of Khytai copper-lead alloy silver-washed dirhams from the Burana Hillfort ·» 409-414, pl.78-79

EXCAVATION COINS:

Kosmidou, Elpida: Greek coins from the Eastern Cemetery of Amphipolis ·» 415-431, pl.81-82

Vorderstrasse, Tasha: A countermarked Byzantine coin of Heraclius (610-41) from Tell Kurdu ·» 433-438

REVIEW ARTICLE:

Sawaya, Ziad: Le Monnayage d'Arados Hellénistique ·» 439-471

Cribb, Joe, The President's address - Money as Metaphor (Part 2) ·» 493-517, pl.83-96

NC 167 (2007)

Hourmouziadis, J. / Weisser, B.: A metrological study of Bosporan silver coins, 437-375 BC ·» 1-8

Hind, J.G.F.: City Heads/Personifications and Omens from Zeus (the coins of Sinope, Istria and Olbia in the V-IV centuries BC) ·» 9-22, pl.1-2

Hind, J.G.F.: Homer's 'Stout Helmet' on the coins of Mesambria on the Black Sea ·» 23-24

Stancomb, W.M.: Some countermarked and overstuck Hellenistic coins from the region of the Thracian Bosporus ·» 25-32, pl.3-4

Gramaticu, Steluta / Ionita, Virgil: Monnaies de bronze inédites de Callatis du Ier siècle av. J.-C. et du Ier siècle ap. J.-C. ·» 33-45, pl.5-6

Ashton, R.H.J.: The pre-Imperial coinage of Iasos ·» 47-78, pl.7-15

Höghammar, Kerstin: A group of Koan issues from c. 200 BC ·» 79-92, pl.16-17

Mcintyre, Andrew P.: The Eras of the Alexanders of Aspendos and Perge ·» 93-98, pl.18-20

Elayi, Josette: Gerashtart, king of the Phoenician city of Arwad in the 4th cent. BC ·» 99-104, pl.21

Lorber, Catharine C.: The Ptolomaic Era coinage revisited ·» 105-117

Stevenson, Tom: Roman coins and refusals of the title Pater Patriae ·» 119-141, pl.22

Seelentag, Gunnar: Titus and the supposed title Designatus Imperator ·» 143-146

Woytek, Bernhard E. / Uhlir, Katharina / Alram, Michael / Schreiner, Manfred / Griesser, Martina: The denarius under Trajan: new metallurgical analyses ·» 147-163, pl.23-28

Dearing, Peter: A double radiate of Florian ·» 165-169

Falk, Harry: The names of the Pāratarājas issuing coins with Kharosthī legends ·» 171-178

Stewartby, Lord / Metcalf, D.M.: The bust of Christ on an early Anglo-Saxon coin ·» 179-182

Benders, Jos / Benders, Jeroen F.: Quid sunt 'marce sterlingorum' fabricate apud Vollenho? A numismatic puzzle in the diocese of Utrecht at the beginning of the thirteenth century ·» 183-187

Paszkiewicz, Borys: The Szlichtyngowa hoard (2006) ·» 189-210, pl.29-32

Baker, Julian: Two thirteenth-century hoards and some site finds from Argos ·» 211-233, pl.33-35

Shea, Karl: Another die identified for the die-link between Raymond Roupen and Bohemond IV of Antioch ·» 235-236

Thierry, François: Identification of the Nguyên Thông coins of the Cành Hung Period (1740-1786) ·» 237-241, pl.36

COIN HOARDS 2007:

Ancient hoards ·» 243-263

Ashton, Richard: Greece: IGCH252 'Cnossus, Crete, before 1955' ·» 258.

Christiansen, Erik: Egypt: EEF hoard of Alexandrian tetradrachms (CH VII,A27) ·» 259-260

Bowen, Gillian E.: Ismant el-Kharab, ancient Kellis, in the Dakhleh Oasis ·» 260-263

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 264-285

Schulze, Wolfgang: A hoard of seventh century Byzantine folles found near Aleppo ·» 272-276

Fedorov, Michael / Kuznetsov, Andrew: Uzbekistan: A hoard of early mediaeval Chach coins from Kanka ·» 277-285, pl.38-39

EXCAVATION COINS:

Moorhead, T. Sam N.: The ancient and early medieval coins from the Triconch Palace at Butrint, c. 2nd century BC - c.600 AD ·» 287-304

Köker, Hüseyin: The Roman Provincial, Roman Imperial, Byzantine, medieval and Islamic coins from the 1952-3 Excavation at Cyzicus ·» 305-314

Reviews ·» 315-360

Cribb, Joe, The President's address - Money as Metaphor (Part 3) ·» 361-395, pl.42-52

NC 168 (2008)

Hind, J.G.F.: Two notes on early coin types of Pantikapaion and Phanagoreia ·» 1-8, pl.1

Hardwick, Nicholas: A new variety of Chian forgery in Hobart ·» 9-13, pl.2

Elayi, Alain G. / Barrandon, Jean-Noël / Elayi, Josette: The change of standard of Tyrian silver coinage in about 357 BC as determined by fast neutron activation analysis ·» 15-20, pl.3-5

Stefanaki, Vasiliki E.: The coinage of Telos in the late Classical and early Hellenistic Periods ·» 21-32, pl.6-9

Destrooper, Anne: Les débuts du monnayage en bronze à Chypre ·» 33-41, pl.10

Thonemann, Peter: Cistophoric geography: Toriaion and Kormasa ·» 43-60, pl.11-12

Sawaya, Ziad: Les monnaies civiques non datées de Bérytos. Reflet d'un passage discret de l'hégémonie séleucide à l'autonomie (102/1-82/1 av. J.-C.) ·» 61-109, pl.13-20

Ashton, R.H.J. / Meadows, A.R.: The Letoon deposit; Lycian League coinage, Rhodian Plinthophori, and pseudo-Rhodian drachms from Haliartos (yet again) and Asia Minor ·» 111-134

Ireland, Stanley / Cook, Peter: A new mint for Mithradates VI of Pontus? ·» 135-139, pl.21

Witschonke, Richard: The H Denarius rehabilitated ·» 141-144, pl.22-25

Lyne, Malcolm: Two 'Dies' made from coin obverses of Allectus and their historical significance (with an Appendix by Hook, D.R. / Fletcher, P.J. / Ambers, J.C.) ·» 145-150, pl.26-27

Thierry, François: Quelques observations à propos des "wuzhu de Shu" ·» 151-165

Kelleher, Richard / Leins, Ian: Roman, medieval and later coins from the Vintry, City of London (with an Appendix on the Tower Mint Excavation coins by B.J. Cook) ·» 167-240

Athanasoulis, Demetrios / Baker, Julian: Medieval Clarentza. The coins 1999-2004 with additional medieval coin finds from the nomos of Elis ·» 241-301, pl.28-35

Diwan, Georges Abou: Un Trésor monétaire de Beyrouth. À propos de la circulation des monnaies d'Anastase au VIe siècle ·» 303-320, pl.36-42

Schulze, Wolfgang: An anonymous copper coin re-attributed from Trebizond to Syria ·» 321-330, pl.43

Treadwell, Luke: The copper coinage of Umayyad Iran ·» 331-381, pl.44

COIN HOARDS 2008:

Ancient hoards ·» 383-410

Moorhead, Sam: Two Carauslan aurei from Ashbourne, Derbyshire ·» 397-399

Holmes, N.M.McQ.: A parcel of coins from the Kôm el-asl Hoard I ·» 399-405

Holmes, N.M.McQ. / O'Connell, E.R.: A parcel of late Roman bronze coins from Thebes ·» 405-410

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 411-451

Blackburn, M.A.S.; Norwich (40 Fishergate), Norfolk, 2005 Hoard ·» 411-2, pl.45

Curteis, Mark: A hoard of silver hammered coins from Coventry 2006 ·» 428-430

Phillips, Marcus: Helmet pennies in the name of Bohemond of Antioch from the 'van Nerom' hoard ·» 434-437, pl.46-47

Phillips, Marcus: Fifteen coins from the Kessab hoard (1932) ·» 438-442, pl.48-49

Buttrey, T.V.: A hoard of Spanish and Spanish American silver cobs ·» 443-446, pl.50-52

Fedorov, Michael / Kuznetsov, Andrew: Uzbekistan: A hoard of early mediaeval Khwarezmian drachms from the Kuiuk-kala hill fort ·» 446-451, pl.53

EXCAVATION COINS:

Moorhead, Sam: The coins from the excavations at Tel Jezreel (Israel) ·» 453-474

Reviews ·» 475-498

NC 169 (2009)     Jstor

Warren, J.A.W.: Sikyon: a Case-Study in the Adoption of Coinage by a Polis in the Fifth Century BC ·» 1-13, pl.1

Stancomb, William: The Autonomous Bronze Coinage of Heraclea Pontica ·» 15-28, pl.2-5

Gargali, Nomiki: Coins from a Hellenistic Cemetery on Kalymna, and New Light on the Coinage of Kos in the Second Century BC ·» 29-37, pl.6

Ashton, R.H.J.: The Only Recorded Name on Rhodian Plinthophoric Chalkoi ·» 39-43, pl.7

Hoover, Oliver D. / Iossif, Panagiotis, P.: A Lead Tetradrachm of Tyre from the Second Reign of Demetrius ·» 45-50, pl.8

Krengel, Elke / Lorber, Catharine C.: Early Cappadocian Tetradrachms in the Name of Antiochus VII ·» 51-104, pl.9-18

Williams, Daniela: The Coins of Pontus, Paphlagonia and Bithynia in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum in Florence ·» 105-136, pl.19-29

Tandon, Pankaj: Further Light on the Pāratarājas: an Absolute Chronology of the Brāhmī and Kharosthī Series ·» 137-171

Tandon, Pankaj: The Western Kshatrapa Dāmazāda ·» 173-187

Woods, David: Caesar the Elephant against Juba the Snake ·» 189-192

Ralite, Jean-Claude Richard: Une tessère érotique (spintria) découverte dans les ateliers de potiers de Sálleles (Aude) près de Narbonne (France, Aude) ·» 193-197, pl.30

Elkins, Nathan T.: What are they doing here? Flavian Colosseum "Sestertii" from Archaeological Contexts in Hessen and the Taunus-Wetterau "Limes" (with an Addendum to NC 2006) ·» 199-204

Beckmann, Martin: Intra-Family Die Links in the Antonine Mint at Rome ·» 205-211, pl.31

Allen, Martin: Monthly Mint Output Figures for the Coinage of Richard III ·» 213-215

Jarrett, Johnathan: Currency Change in Pre-millennial Catalonia: Coinage, Counts and Economics ·» 217-243

Vardanyan, Aram: The History of Iranian Adharbayjān and Armenia in the Rawwādid Period (Tenth Century AD) According to Narrative Sources and Coins ·» 245-260, pl.32-33

Akopyan, Alexander / Vardanyan, Aram: A Donative Dirham of the Shirwanshah Muhammad ibn Ahmad (AH 370-81) struck at Barda'a in AH 373 (982/3) ·» 261-267

Fedorov, Michael: Qarākhānid Coins as a Source for the History of Barskhān ·» 269-286

Yih, T.D.: The Typology of Xinjiang Silver Tenga and Copper Fulus of Yakub Beg (1820-77) ·» 287-329, pl.34-43

COIN HOARDS 2009:

Ancient hoards ·» 331-349

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 350-374

Tyler-Smith, Susan: The 'Berlin' parcel of Sasanian drachms ·» 375-400, pl.44-48

EXCAVATION COINS

Yaras, Ahmet / Lenger, Dincer Savas: Coins from the Necropolis of Maymun Sekisi Tepesi near Pergamon ·» 401-403

Yaras, Ahmet / Lenger, Dincer Savas: Coins from the Necropolis of Çakmaktepe, Allianoi ·» 404-406

Ünal, Erdal: Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Medieval and Islamic Coins from the Excavations at Kyme, Aiolis, 1951-1954 ·» 407-423

Mora, Bartolomé: The Circulation of Bronze Currency in Málaga during the Sixth Century AD: new findings ·» 424-430, pl.49

Tsotselia, Medea: A New Specimen of a Georgian-Sasanian Coin of Stephanos I ·» 431-436

REVIEWS

Sheedy, Ken: Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Australia. Volume I. The Gale Collection of South Italian Coins » 437

Moreno, M.: Delle medaglie carnico-illiriche del P. Angelo Maris Cortenovis ·» 438

Savio, A. / Cavagna, A.: Tetradrammi Alessandrini ·» 438f

Alexandropoulos, Jacques: Numismatique et Histoire de la Monnaie en Tunisie. I: L'Antiquité (Banque Centrale de Tunisie Coll. Monétaires) ·» 439ff

Spring, John: Ancient Coin Auction Catalogues 1880-1980 ·» 442ff

Stahl, Alan M.: The Rebirth of Antiquity: Numismatics, Archaeology, and Classical Studies in the Culture of the Renaissance ·» 444ff

Thierry, François: Amulettes de Chine (2008) ·» 447ff

Stewartby, Lord: English Coins 1180-1551 ·» 451ff

Kamp, Norbert: Moneta Regis. Königliche Münzstätten und königliche Münzpolitik in der Stauferzeit (2006) ·» 454ff

Järvinen, Ouiti: Scripta varia numismatico Tuukka Talvio sexagenario dedicata (Finnish Numismatic Society 2008) ·» 457f

Dimnik, Martin / Dobrinić, Julijan: Medieval Slavic Coinages in the Balkans ·» 458f

Cribb, Joe: The President's address - Money as Metaphor (Part 4) ·» 461-529

Cribb, Joe: Proceedings ·» 531-556

NC 170 (2010)     Jstor

Vickers, Michael / Kakhidze, Amiran / Varshalomidze, Irine: Kolkhidki: a Footnote ·» 1-2, pl.1

Elayi, Josette / Elayi, Alain G.: A Series of Coins from Byblos with the Name of the City (4th Cent. BC) ·» 3-8

Nurpetlian, Jack: The Dating of the Civic Coins of Artaxata ·» 9-16, pl.2

Jakobssen, Jens: Antiochus Nicator, the Third King of Bactria? ·» 17-33

Jakobssen, Jens: A Possible New Indo-Greek King Zoilos III, and an Analysis of Realism on Indo-Greek Royal Portraits ·» 35-51

Pincock, Richard: A Possibly Unique Isis Head Bronze Coin of Cleopatra I (180-176 BC) ·» 53-62

Visonà, Paolo: Unusual Carthaginian Billon of the First Punic War and of the Libyan Revolt ·» 63-71, pl.3

Calomino, Dario: Some Hitherto Unidentified Roman Provincial Issues among the Coin Finds of Nicopolis ·» 73-84, pl.4-5

Butcher, Kevin: Ambrosia in Damascus? ·» 85-91, pl.6

Debernardi, Pierluigi: Some Unlisted Varieties and Rare Dies in Roman Republican Denarii ·» 93-97

Woods, David: Caligula's Quadrans ·» 99-103

Harper, Philip: Stylistic Links among Copies of Bronze Coins of Claudius I found in Britain and in Spain ·» 105-114

Woytek, B.E.: A New 'Trajanic' Sestertius from Somerset and its Context: Some General Remarks on Struck Copies of Imperial Bronze Coins of Trajan ·» 115-128, pl.7-10

Gricourt, Daniel / Hollard, Dominique: Les productions monétaires de Postume en 268-269 et celles de Lélien (269). Nouvelles propositions ·» 129-204, pl.11-12

Bland, Roger: Anonymous Half-Siliquae of the Late 4th Century AD ·» 205-214, pl.13-14

Naismith, Rory: Six English Finds of Carolingian-Era Gold Coins ·» 215-225

Sarah, Guillaume: Charlemagne, Charles the Bald and the Karolus monogram coinage. A multi-disciplinary study ·» 227-286, pl.15-21

Coupland, Simon: Carolingian Single Finds and the Economy of the Early Ninth Century ·» 287-319

Schindel, Nikolaus / Hahn, Wolfgang: Notes on Two Arab-Byzantine Coin Types from Seventh Century Syria ·» 321-330

Schulze, Ingrid / Schulze, Wolfgang: The Standing Caliph Coins of al-Jazira: some problems and suggestions ·» 331-353

Vardanyan, Aram: Numismatic Evidence for the Presence of Zaydi 'Alids in the Northern Jibāl, Gilān and Khurāsān from AH 250 to 350 (AD 864-961) ·» 355-374, pl.22-23

Frazer, E.J. / Touw, J. van der: 'The Random Walk': A Study of Coins Lost and Found in an Urban Environment ·» 375-405

COIN HOARDS 2010

Ancient hoards ·» 407-431

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 432-451

EXCAVATION COINS

Lenger, Dinçer Savas / Yaras, Ahmet: Coins from the Excavations at Güre, 2006-2007 ·» 453-456

Bowen, Gillian E.: The Coins from the 4th Century Churches and Christian Cemetery at Ismant el-Kharab, ancient Kellis, Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt ·» 457-483

Tal, Oren / Baidoun, Issa: A Hoard of Mamluk, Ottoman and Venetian Coins (Fifteenth to Sixteenth Centuries) from Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel ·» 484-493, pl.25-27

Fleisher, Jeffrey / Wynne-Jones, Stephanie: Kilwa-type coins from Songo Mnara, Tanzania: New Finds and Chronological Implications ·» 494-506, pl.28

REVIEWS

Dukat, Zdenka / Mirnik, Ivan: The Zagreb Archaeological Museum Numismatic Collection Guide (2008) ·» 507f

Callegher, Bruno: Ritrovamenti monetali di età romana nel Friuli Venezia Giulia (2010) ·» 508f

Johnston, Ann: Greek Imperial Denominations ca. 200-275: a Study of the Roman Provincial Bronze Coinages of Asia Minor ·» 509ff

Tye, Robert: Early World Coins and Early Weight Standards ·» 514ff

Schindel, Nikolaus: Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidarum. Israel (2009) ·» 516ff

Gyselen, Rika: Arab-Sasanian Copper Coinage. 2nd ed., Vienna, 2009 ·» 521ff

Smolderen, Luc: La médaille en Belgique: Des origins à nos jours (2009) ·» 523f

The President's address - Mayhew, Nicholas: The quantity theory of money: 1. The money supply ·» 525-531

Proceedings ·» 533-554

GENERAL DECENNIAL INDEX Volumes 161-170 ·» 555-586

NC 171 (2011)     Jstor

Petac, Emanuel / Niculescu, Gheorghe / Georgescu, Migdonia: The Fineness of Persian Silver Coins ·» 1-5

Wolf, Daniel / Lorber, Catharine: The 'Galatian Shield without Σ' Series of Ptolemaic Bronze Coins ·» 7-53, pl.1-3

Castrizio, Daniele: The Final Series of the Rhegion Mint ·» 55-66

Barkay, Rachel: The Earliest Nabataean Coinage ·» 67-73, pl.4-5

Butcher, Kevin: Miscellaneous Provincials ·» 75-79, pl.6

Leins, Ian: Fragments Reunited: Reconstructing the Bedworth Iron Age Hoard ·» 81-86

Jaia, Alessandro Maria / Molinari, Maria Cristina: Two Deposits of Aes Grave from the Sanctuary of Sol Indiges (Torvaianica/Rome): the Dating and Function of the Roman Libral Series ·» 87-97, pl.7-9

Schaefer, Richard / McCabe, Andrew: A Fresh Look at Roman Republican Star Bronzes, RRC 113 and 196 ·» 99-108

Schindel, Nikolaus / Woytek, Bernhard E.: Nero and the Making of the Roman Medallion ·» 109-120, pl.10-13

Woytek, Bernhard E.: The Coinage of Apamea Myrlea under Trajan and the Problem of Double Communities in the Roman East ·» 121-132, pl.14

Bland, Roger: The Coinage of Vabalathus and Zenobia from Antioch and Alexandria ·» 133-186, pl.15-25

Woods, David: Numismatic Evidence and the Succession to Constantine I ·» 187-196, pl.26

Gambacorta, Federico: The Silver Coinage of Aelia Eudoxia (400-404) in the Light of Two New Light Miliarenses ·» 197-202

Coupland, Simon: A Checklist of Carolingian Coin Hoards 751-987 ·» 203-256, pl.27-28

Allen, Martin: The Cambridge Mint after the Norman Conquest: Addenda ·» 257-259

Phillips, Marcus / Freeman, Emily / Woodhead, Peter: The Pimprez Hoard ·» 261-346, pl.29-62

Stahl, Alan: Learning from the Zecca. The Medieval Mint of Venice as a Model for Pre-Modern Minting ·» 347-354

Hirano, Shinji: A New Coin in the Name of Pēčut Lord of Panch ·» 355-358

Naymark, Aleksandr / Treadwell, Luke: An Arab-Sogdian Coin of AH 160: an Ikhshid in Ishtihan? ·» 359-366

Thierry, François: The Confucian Message on Vietnamese Coins. A closer look at the Nguyên dynasty's large coins with moral maxims ·» 367-406

COIN HOARDS 2011

Ancient hoards ·» 407-424

Medieval and modern hoards ·» 425-434

REVIEW ARTICLES

Iossif, P.P.: Quantifying Greek Hoards ·» 435-455
Reviewed: Hoover, O. / Meadows, A. /Wartenberg, U.: Coin Hoards. Volume X. Greek Hoards

Bursche, Aleksander: Roman Coins in Danish Contexts ·» 457-467
Reviewed: Horsnæs, Helle W.: Crossing Boundaries. An Analysis of Roman Coins in Danish Contexts, Vol. 1: Finds from Sealand, Funen and Jutland

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: Sasanian Numismatic Research in the Context of the Muzeh Melli Iran ·» 469-486
Reviewed: V.S. Curtis et.al.: Sasanian Coins. A Sylloge of the Sasanian Coins in the National Museum of Iran (Muzeh Melli Iran), Tehran, Vol.I: Ardashir I to Hormizd IV

REVIEWS

Holt, F. / Bopearachchi, O. (eds): The Alexander Medallion: Exploring the Origins of an Unique Artefact. (Rev. Robert Bracey) ·» 487ff

Warren, Jennifer A.W.: The Bronze Coinage of the Achaian Koinon. The Currency of a Federal Ideal. (Harold Mattingly) ·» 494ff

Abramson, Tony (ed.): Studies in Early Medieval Coinage 2: New Perspectives. (Andrew Woods) ·» 497ff

Chick, Derek: The Coinage of Offa and his Contemporaries (Hugh Pagan) ·» 500ff

Naismith, Rory: The Coinage of Offa revisited (Hugh Pagan) ·» 500ff

Garipzanov, Ildar H.: The Symbolic Language of Authority in the Carolingian World (c. 751-877). (Elina Screen) ·» 504ff

Moneta, Valerio Giovanni: Santi e Monete. Repertorio dei santi raffigurati sulle monete italiane dal VII al XIX secolo. (Anna Gannon) ·» 507ff

Haldon, John (ed.): Money, Power and Politics in Early Islamic Syria. (Tony Goodwin)·» 509ff

Bacharach, Jere L.: Islamic History through Coins: An Analysis and Catalogue of Tenth-Century Ikhshidid Coinage. (Tasha Vorderstrasse) ·» 515ff

Maier, Nicolas: Französische Medaillenkunst / French medallic art / L'art de la médaille en France 1870-1940. (Ian d'Alton) ·» 517f

The President's address - Mayhew, Nicholas: The quantity theory of money: 2. Prices ·» 519-524

Proceedings ·» 525-546

NC 172 (2012)     Jstor

Wright, Nicholas L.: The Horseman and the Warrior: Paionia and Macedonia in the Fourth Century BC ·» 1-26

Ashton, R.H.J.: Cyme in Aeolis: Persic-weight Didrachms, Seleucid Attic-weight Coinage, and Contemporary Autonomous Bronzes ·» 27-34, pl.1

Pincock, Richard: Are there Denominational Indications on Ptolemaic Bronze Coins? ·» 35-46

Williams, Daniela / Woytek, Bernhard E.: The Rediscovery of a Lost Sestertius Type and the Dacian Embassy to the Roman Senate in AD 102 ·» 47-62, pl.2-5

Butcher, Kevin / Ponting, Matthew: The Beginning of the End? The Denarius in the Second Century ·» 63-83

Woods, David: Postumus and the Three Suns: Neglected Numismatic Evidence for a Solar Halo ·» 85-92, pl.6

Jansari, Sushma: Roman Coins from the Mackenzie Collection at the British Museum ·» 93-104

Guest, Peter: The Production, Supply and Use of Late Roman and Early Byzantine Copper Coinage in the Eastern Empire ·» 105-131

Allen, Martin: A Lead Striking of the Henry II Cross-and-Crosslets (Tealby) Coinage from Thetford ·» 133-135

Cassidy, Richard: Richard of Cornwall and the Royal Mints and Exchanges, 1247-59 ·» 137-156

Allen, Martin: The Administration, Profits and Output of the Berwick Mint under English Control ·» 157-159

Miazga, Beata / Paszkiewicz, Borys / Wachowski, K.: The Wielka Wieś (Szadek) Hoard of Bracteates, Parvi and Ingots ·» 161-204, pl.7-11

Paghava, Irakli / Turkia, Severiane: A Unique Coin of Abū al-Hayjā, Ja'farid Emir of Tiflis ·» 205-212

METALLURGY in NUMISMATICS 5

Sellwood, David: Counterfeit Parthian Drachms ·» 215-217, pl.12

Raub, Christoph / Zwicker, Ulrich: Cast Forgeries of Roman Denarii and Antoniniani, Silver-tin-copper and Copper-tin Alloys ·» 219-226, pl.13-14

Cowell, M.R. / Guest, P.: Scientific Examination of Siliqua Copies and Forgeries from the Hoxne Treasure ·» 227-233, pl.15-17

Oddy, William Andrew / Archibald, M.M. / Cowell, M.R. / Meeks, N.D.: Forgeries of Medieval English Gold Coins: Techniques of Production ·» 235-254, pl.18-21

Eremin, K. / Holmes, N.M. / Tate, J.: Analysis of some Scottish Base Metal Issues of Mary and James VI ·» 255-263, pl.22-27

Smith, Charles W. / Mossman, Philip L.: Eighteenth Century Counterfeit English and Irish Halfpence ·» 265-276, pl.28

Rehren, Thilo / Pappert, Eckhard / Bohlen, Alex von: The Chemical Composition of Early Russian Platinum Coins ·» 277-286, pl.29

Dyer, G.: The Counterfeiting of Sovereigns in the Nineteenth Century ·» 287-292, pl.30-31

COIN HOARDS 2012

Ancient hoards ·» 293-294

Hardwick, Nicholas: Hierapytna (mod. Hierapetra), Crete, 1933? ·» 295-305, pl.32-40

Medieval and modern hoards

Vandenbossche, Eric / Coupland, Simon: Une trouvaille de deniers Carolingiens dans la région de Bray-sur-Seine ·» 307-321, pl.41-44

Labrot, Jacques: Île-de-France, Marcq en yvelines 2012 ·» 322.

Märcher, Michael: Six early modern Danish coin hoards ·» 323-332, pl.45-49

Gariboldi, Andrea / Schindel, Nikolaus: A hoard of Kushano-Sasanian copper coins from Hulbuk ·» 333, pl.50

Fedorov, Michael / Kuznetsov, Andrew: Returning to the Kuiuk-kala hoard of early mediaeval Khwarezmian drachms ·» 335-341, pl.51

Excavations

Lenger, Dinçer Savas: Coins From The Tieion Excavations, including an unpublished Koinon Bithynion coin ·» 343-346

REVIEW ARTICLE

Clay, Curtis L.: The Roman Imperial Coinage of Trajan ·» 347-362

REVIEWS

Polosa, Annalisa: Museo Archeologico Nazionale della Sibaritide. Il Medagliere. (Rev. Paolo Visonà) ·» 363f

Viola, Mauro R.: Corpus Nummorum Punicorum. (Paolo Visonà) ·» 365f

Harian, Michael: Roman Republican Moneyers and their Coins, 81 BCE to 64 BCE. (Andrew McCabe) ·» 367-369

Bland, R. / Loriot, X.: Roman and Early Byzantine Gold Coins found in Britain and lreland. (Peter Guest) ·» 369-372

Arslan, Ermanno A.: Il ripostiglio di Corneliano Bertario (Truccazzano - Milano). 1013 Antoniniani dall'imperatore Valeriano all'imperatore Aureliano (III secolo d. C.). (Antonino Crisà) ·» 372f

Huth, Martin: Coinage of the Caravan Kingdoms: Ancient Arabian Coins from the Collection of Martin Huth. (W.A. Oddy) ·» 373-376

Huth, Martin / Alfen, Peter G. van (eds): Coinage of the Caravan Kingdoms: Studies in the Monetization of Ancient Arabia. (W.A. Oddy) ·» 373-376

Nelson, Bradley R. (ed.): Numismatic Art of Persia. The Sunrise Collection. Part l: Ancient - 650 BC to AD 650. (Susan Tyler-Smith) ·» 377-386

Ünal, Rahmi Hüseyin / Krinzinger, Friedrich / Alram, Michael / Pfeiffer-taş, Şule (eds.): Der Münzschatz von Beçin. Philosophische-historische Klasse, Denkschriften, vol. 96. (Eugen Nicolae) ·» 386-394

Kleisner, Tomaš / Boublik, Jan: Coins and Medals of the Emperor Francis Stephen of Lorraine: collection of the National Museum, Prague. (Ian d'Alton) ·» 394f

The President's address - Mayhew, Nicholas: The quantity theory of money: 3. Velocity ·» 397-403

NC 173 (2013)

Ripollès, Pere Pau / Chevillon, Jean-Albert: The Archaic Coinage of Emporion ·» 1-21, pl.1-5

Gartland, Samuel D.: The Electrum Coinage of Thebes ·» 23-32, pl.6-7

Ashton, R.H.J.: ΣTAΣIΩN with Crossed Club and Bow: More pseudo-Rhodian Drachms from Northern Greece ·» 33-53, pl.8-13

Wright, Nicholas L.: Ituraean Coinage in Context ·» 55-71, pl.14-15

Zeng, Chenyu David: Some Notable Die-links among Bactrian Gold Staters ·» 73-78 pl.16-17

Abdy, Richard A.: The Last Coin in Pompeii: A Re-evaluation of the Coin Hoard from the House of the Golden Bracelet ·» 79-83, pl.18-19

Shotter, David: A Rare Find : A Neptune As of the Roman Emperor, Nerva ·» 85-97, pl.20-21

Woytek, Bernhard E.: Further Imitations of Trajanic Bronze Coins from Britain ·» 99-104, pl.22-25

Calomino, Dario: Die-sharing in Moesia Inferior under Gordian III ·» 105-126, pl.26-29

Hollard, Dominique: SALON VALERIANVS AVG / PIETAS AVG : un antoninien inédit pour Salonin Auguste (260) ·» 127-135, pl.30

Woods, David: Aurelian and the Mark VSV: Some Neglected Possibilities ·» 137-149, pl.31

Bursche, Aleksander: The Battle of Abritus, the Imperial Treasury and Aurei in Barbaricum ·» 151-170, pl.32-37

Tandon, Pankaj: Horseman Coins of Candragupta III ·» 171-185

Travaini, Lucia: Coins as Bread. Bread as Coins ·» 187-200

Sonne, Lasse C. A.: The Hammer of Regnald I of York ·» 201-204

Pagan, Hugh: Dr William Hunter's Saxon Coins from Hamburg ·» 205-213

Baker, Julian: Coins of the Late Medieval Period from Excavations at Ainos (Enez) in Thrace ·» 215-227, pl.38-42

Humphreys, Michael: The 'War of Images' Revisited. Justinian II's Coinage Reform and the Caliphate ·» 229-244

Schulze, Wolfgang: The Byzantine-Arab Transitional Coinage of Tartūs ·» 245-259

Tal, Oren / Kool, Robert / Baidoun, Issa: Hoard Twice Buried? Fatimid Gold from Thirteenth Century Crusader Arsur (Apollonia-Arsuf) ·» 261-292, pl.43-48

Kool, Robert: Lead Token Money in the Kingdom of Jerusalem ·» 293-339, pl.49-54

COIN HOARDS 2013

Ancient hoards

Debernardi, Pierluigi: The Gallarate hoard, 1929 ·» 341-344, pl.55-58

Diwan, Georges Abou: A hoard of antoniniani from south-eastern Bekaa (Lebanon). ·» 345-347, pl.59-61

Medieval and Modern Hoards

Coupland, Simon: Four Christiana Religio Hoards of Louis the Pious (814-840) ·» 349-369, pl.62-63

Coupland, Simon: Saint-Même-le-Tenu (Loire-Atlantique), 2009 ·» 365-370, pl.63

Moesgaard, Jens Christian: Le tresor de Labastide-en-Val (Aude), Hameau de Trebet ·» 370-377, pl.64

Phillips, Marcus: A parcel of silver gros and sterlings apparently from the Flostoy (1883) hoard ·» 378-390, pl.65-67

Mansfield, S.J.: Lebanon or Syria: before 2005, before 2012, before 2012 ·» 391-413, pl.68-71

Heidemann, Stefan: A hoard from the time of the Collapse of the Sasanian Empire (AD 638-9) 13. Unknown (probably historical Greater Iran), in European trade before 2012 ·» 414-422, pl.72-79

Schindel, Nikolaus: A group of Ottoman coins of Murad III and Mehmed III. Balkan peninsula, vilayet Rumeli, c.2013 ·» 423-432, pl.80

Märcher, Michael / Aagaard, Sven: A hoard of counterfeit crowns /taler sized coins. Nysted, Lolland, Denmark, 1868 (FP 297 and 789) ·» 433-435, pl.82-85

REVIEW ARTICLES

Burnett, Andrew: Nummi Italici. A Numismatic Commentary on Imagines Italicae ·» 437-456

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: Late Sasanian Coinage and the Collection in the Muzeh Melli Iran ·» 457-499

Phillips, Marcus: The Classification of the Gros Tournois ·» 501-530

REVIEWS

Driessche, Véronique Van: Des étalons pré-monétaires au monnayage en bronze. (Rev. John H. Kroll) ·» 531-536

Doyen, Charles: Étalons de l'argent et du bronze en Grèce hellénistique. (John H. Kroll) ·» 531-536

Barrandon, J.-N. / Picard, O.: Monnaies de bronze de Marseille. Analyse, classement, politique monétaire. (Marta Fanello) ·» 537f

Arslan, Ermanno / Gargano, Giorgia: La numismatica secondo Vito Capialbi nella Calabria dell'Ottocento. Catalogo della Collezione esposta nel Museo Archeologico Nazionale "Vito Capialbi" di Vibo Valentia. (Paolo Visonà) ·» 538ff

Puglisi, M.: La Sicilia da Dionisio I a Sesto Pompeio. Circolazione e funzione della moneta. (Andrew Burnett) ·» 540ff

Manganaro, G.: Pace e Guerra nella Sicilia tardo-ellenistica e romana (215 a.C -14 d.C.). (Andrew Burnett) ·» 540ff

Casey, John / Arslan, Melih / Brickstock, Richard / Agnew, Julia: Sinope. A Catalogue of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins in Sinop Museum (Turkey) and Related Historical and Numismatic Studies. (Oliver D. Hoover) ·» 546ff

Callegher, Bruno: Cafarneo IX: Monete dall'Area urbana di Cafarneo (1968-2005). (T.V. Buttrey) ·» 551f

Sawyer, Peter: The Wealth of Anglo-Saxon England. (Levi Roach) ·» 552ff

Gelichi, Sauro / Hodges, Richard (eds): From One Sea to Another. Trading Places in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages. (Rory Naismith) ·» 555ff

Crouch, David / Thompson, Kathleen (eds): Normandy and its Neighbours, 900-1250. (Rory Naismith) ·» 558ff

Churchill, Ron / Thomas, Bob: The Brussels Hoard of 1908, The Long Cross Coinage of Henry III. (Aimé Haeck) ·» 560ff

The President's address - Mayhew, Nicholas: The quantity theory of money: 4. Transactions ·» 567-572

Plates 1-85 » 575 ff

NC 174 (2014)

Ashton, Richard / Kinns, Philip / Meadows, Andrew: Opuscula Anatolica IV ·» 1-28, pl.1.5

Barkay, Rachel: The Coinage of the Last Nabatean King, Rabbel II (AD 70/1-105/6) ·» 29-44, pl.6-7

Glenn, Simon Heliocles and Laodice of Bactria: a Reconsideration ·» 45-59

Delestrée, Louis-Pol / Pilon, Fabien: Le moule à potins en bronze de Romenay (Saône-et-Loire, France) ·» 61-74, pl.8-9

Debernardi, Pierluigi The Orzivecchi Hoard and the Beginnings of the Denarius ·» 75-89, pl.10-13

Parisot-Sillon, Charles / Suspène, Arnaud / Sarah, Guillaume: Patterns in Die Axes on Roman Republican Silver Coinage ·» 91-109

Elkins, Nathan T.: Taxes, Liberty, and the Quadrantes of Caligula ·» 111-117

Woytek, B.E. More Imitative Trajan Sestertii from Britain: Additional Evidence for the 'Modius Group' and Other Finds ·» 119-124, pl.14-15

Găzdac, Cristian / Cosma, Călin: A Counterfeiter's Fingerprint on a Forged Denarius of Marcus Aurelius ·» 125-128, pl.17-19

Elliott, Colin P.: The Acceptance and Value of Roman Silver Coinage in the second and third centuries A.D ·» 129-152

Chameroy, Jérémie / Guihard, Pierre-Marie: L'officine de faux-monnayeurs de La Coulonche (Orne): nummi coulés de la Tétrarchie en Occident ·» 153-191, pl.20-25

Gandila, Andrei / Demirel Gökalp, Zeliha: A Hoard of Early Byzantine Gold Coins from Bythinia ·» 193-203, pl.26-27

Mansfield, S.J.: A Byzantine Temporary Mint and Justin II's Lombard Campaign ·» 205-212

Coupland, Simon: A Supplement to the Checklist of Carolingian Coin Hoards, 751-987 ·» 213-222, pl.28,50-52

Naismith, Rory: A Pair of Tenth-Century Pennies Found on the Banks of the Loire ·» 223-225

Valci, Mariele: A Hoard of Roman Denari Provisini Preserved in the Capitoline Museum, Rome ·» 227-244

Backer, Julian: Coin Circulation in Late Medieval Thrace According to the Evidence from Edirne Archaeological Museum ·» 245-256, pl.29-39

Mehdi Malek, Hodge: New Coins from the Reign of Kavad II (AD 628) ·» 257-260

Alram, Michael: From the Sasanians to the Huns. New Numismatic Evidence from the Hindu Kush ·» 261-291, pl.40-43

Eagleton, Catherine: Collecting America: Sarah Sophia Banks and the 'Continental Dollar' of 1776 ·» 293-301

COIN HOARDS 2014

Ancient Hoards

Ashton, R.H.J.: Two hoards of Rhodian and Pseudo-Rhodian coins » 303-306, pl.44

Watson, Georg: A hoard of Roman Provincial bronzes from Pamphylia » 307-316, pl.45-49

Medieval and modern hoards

Couplan, Simon: Seven recent Carolingian hoards » 317-332, pl.50-52

Heidemann, Stefan: A hoard from the time of the Collapse of the Sasanian Empire (AD 638-9) - Part 2: Analysis of the minting system of Ardashir III ·» 333-351, pl.53-72

Vardanyan, Aram / Zlobin, Gennadiy: A mixed hoard of 11th century coins found in Azerbaijan 2013 » 352-361, pl.73-75

Fedorov, Michael / Kuznetsov, Andrew: A hoard of early-mediaeval drachms from the eastern Sogd (between Uzbekistan and Tadjikistan 2009) » 362-365, pl.76-77

Excavations

Mcintosh, Frances: Byzantine Coin from Birdoswald » 367-369

REVIEW ARTICLE

Bursche, Aleksander: Roman coins in Denmark once more ·» 371-384
Horsnæs, H.W.: Crossing Boundaries. An Analysis of Roman Coins in Danish Context. Vol.2: Finds from Bornholm.
Bjerg, L.M.H.: Die Denare aus Siedlungen der römischen und germanischen Eisenzeit in Jütland. Germania 89 (2011 [2013]), pp.231-275.

REVIEWS

Jacobson, David M. / Kokkinos, Nikos (eds): Judaea and Rome in Coins, 65 BCE - 135 CE. (Rev. Donald T. Ariel) ·» 385-391

M. Weber, M. / Geissen, A.: Die alexandrinischen Gaumünzen der romischen Kaiserzeit. (Andrew Burnett) ·» 391-394

Vecchi, I.: Italian Cast Coinage (Andrew Burnett) ·» 394f

Hollard, D. / López Sanchez, F.: Le Chrisme et le Phénix. lmages monétaires et mutations idéologiques au IVe siècle, Scripta Antiqua 63. (Vincent Drost) ·» 396-398

Bijovsky, Gabriela: Gold Coin and Small Change: Monetary Circulation in Fifth-Seventh Century Byzantine Palestine. (Sam Moorhead) ·» 398-401

Screen, Elina: Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles 65. Norwegian Collections. Part I. Anglo-Saxon Coins to 1016. (Hugh Pagan) ·» 401-403

Winter, Heinz: Die Medaillen und Schaumünzen der Kaiser und Könige aus dem Haus Habsburg im Münzkabinett des Kunsthistorischen Museums Wien: I: Friedrich III. und Maximilian I. (Jan Lis) ·» 403.

Plates 1-77: ·» 405 ff

NC 175 (2015)

Davis, Gil: Athenian Electrum Coinage Reconsidered: Types, Standard, Value, and Dating ·» 1-9

Visonà, Paolo / Kenkel, Scott: The 1925 Tiriolo Hoard (IGCH 2022) ·» 11-46

Tahberer, Bekircan: A Series of Coins from an Uncertain Caesarea ·» 47-55

Calomino, Dario: Emperor or God? The Posthumous Commemoration of Augustus in Rome and the Provinces ·» 57-83 & pl.4-8

Bricault, Laurent: The Gens Isiaca in Graeco-Roman Coinage ·» 83-102

Barbato, Marta: The Coins of Clovius and Oppius (RRC 476/1 and 550/1-3): New Evidence from Find-spots ·» 103-116

Woytek, Bernhard E. / Butcher, Kevin: The Camel Drachms of Trajan in Context: Old Problems and a New Overstrike ·» 117-136, pl.14-15

Melville-Jones, John R.: The Location of the Trajanic Mint at Rome ·» 137-145

Stannard, Clive: Shipping Tesserae from Ostia and Minturnae? ·» 147-154, pl.16-19

Ghiraldo, Alberto: A New Antoninianus in the Name of Saloninus as Augustus ·» 155-159

Barker, Graham: The Coinage of Carausius: Developing the Golden Age Ideology through the Saecular Games ·» 161-170

Ball, Matthew: Scratches on the 'Fleetwood' Hoard of Siliquae (RBCH 1553) at the Harris Museum, Preston ·» 171-194

Naismith, Rory / Northover, Jeremy P. / Tinti, Francesca: The Fineness of Papal Antiquiores·» 195-203

Allen, Martin: Estimates of the Size of the Paxs Type of William I/II (1087-c.1090?) ·» 205-210

Akopyan, Alexander / Vardanyan, Aram: A Contribution to Kiurikid Numismatics: Two Unique Coins of Gagik, King of Kakhet'i and David II of Loři (Eleventh Century) ·» 211-215

Benders, Jos: A Gros Tournois Struck for Walram of Valkenburg as Lord of Born. ·» 217-220

Stewartby, Lord: The Saltire-Stopped Heavy Groat of James III ·» 221-225

Ciarlo, Nicloás C. / de Rosa, Horacio M. / Lorusso, Hernán N. / Vázquez, Cristina: Veritas Temporis Filia: Non-Destructive Analysis of Counterfeit and Regal Copper Coins from the Sloop-of-War HMS Swift (1770) by Means of SEM-EDAX and WDXRF ·» 227-242

Àgren, Juha : Objects Related to Finnish Coins ·» 243-247

Aagaard, Sven / Märcher, Michael: The Microscope Drawing Tube Method (MDTM), an Easy and Efficient Way to Make Large Scale Die Studies. ·» 249-262, pl.28-31

Ancient Hoards

Crawford, M.H.: The Nola before 1854 hoard » 263

Nurpetlian, Jack: A Hoard of 42 Tetradrachms ·» 264-266

Carolingian Hoards

Coupland, Simon: Montmain (Seine-Maritime FR), 2015 ·» 267-272

A Hoard of Charles the Bald (840-77) and Pipin II (845-8)

Coupland, Simon: Poitou-Charentes (FR), n.d. ·» 273-284

15th Century

Clairand, Arnaud / Moesgaard, Jens Christian: Le Molay-Littry, dép. Calvados, vers 1944 ·» 285

17th Century

Moesgaard, Jens Christian Aclou, dép. Eure, 1960 ·» 285-290

The Sbeitla Hoard and the Fracrional Coinage of north Africa under Justinian I (AD 527-65)

Mansfield, S. / Moesgaard, Jens Christian: Tunisia, before 1980 ·» 291-298

Lichtenberger, Achim / Raja, R.: A hoard of Byzantine and Arab-Byzantine coins from the excavations at Jerash. 6. Jerash 2014 ·» 299-308

Orient

Malek, Hodge Mehdi: Ilam province, western Iran, before 2015 ·» 309-329

Heidemann, Stefan: Unknown (probably historical Greater Iran), in European trade before 1992 ·» 330-344

Excavation Coins and Stray Finds, Ancient

Bitrak, S. / Sekunda, Nick: Coins from Excavations at Negotino Gradište, 2009-2011 ·» 345-356

Güney, Hale: Unpublished Coins of the Bithynian Kingdom ·» 357-363

Reviews ·» 365-396

start page Contents of numismatic journals coingallery.de