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Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt

James Curtis

Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt

by James Curtis

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Published by Sanford J. Durst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, Currency & Medals,
  • Antiques/Collectibles,
  • Antiques / Collectibles

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsS. Durst (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9796567M
    ISBN 100942666615
    ISBN 109780942666618

    The Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt, Chicago, , pages, 12 plates, hardcover, detailed listing of the tetradrachms of Roman Egypt, from the library of Charles H. Wolfe. Auction Location: PO Box , Santa Rosa, California, , United States. (Editor), The Oxford Handbook of Roman Egypt. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press,

    In CNG E-Sale , a group of 72 Billon and Potin tetradrachms is offered from the reigns of Nero through Philip I. Just a few of the highlights are featured below: Unpublished Commodus as Herakles Tetradrachm Type Lot Estimated at $ EGYPT, Alexandria. Commodus. AD BI Tetradrachm (24mm, g, 12h).   Coins of the Roman Empire (20) each representing a different Emperor in mixed grades in a Westminster box, Ptolemic Dynasty Silver Tetradrachm (80BC) Fine in a Westminster box, WRL copy set of Elizabeth I Crown and Henry VIII medal, I the Westair wallet of issue, Book Handbook of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins by Zander s, edited by K.

    Get the best deals on Tetradrachm Greek Coins BC AD when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items PTOLEMAIC KINGS of EGYPT. Ptolemy I Soter. / BC. AR Tetradrachm. $ 18 bids. Greek Tetradrachm Silver Plate Athens Owl Athena Free Post Xmas Gift coin coins. $ The oldest Coins (Egyptian Coins) were Attic staters and tetradrachms having the name and types of Alexander. Modifications were soon introduced, but the weight at first remained unaltered. Presently, however, after a period of transition, during which Rhodian tetradrachms and smaller AR make a fitful appearance, the Attic standard was.


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Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt by James Curtis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Editorial Reviews. This hardback edition includes Roman Egypt Coinage and is Catalogued with photo plates beginning with Tiberius ( A.D.) to Diocletian (A.D.) It includes Rarity Table, Greek Names of Emperors and their Families.

Also, BMC(British Museum Catalogue) and the Ashmolean Catalogue(Milne) : James W. Curtis. The Tetradrachms Of Roman Egypt Hardcover – January 1, by Colonel James W. Curtis (Author)Author: Colonel James W. Curtis. A comprehensive study of the Tetradrachms Coinage of Roman Egypt from 14 A.D.

to A.D., with a rarity tables of the various Tedradrachms Coins issued by the various Emperors, and illustrated with of the most important Tedradrachms Coins during this period.

Quite scarce and more so in this nice condition!. Seller Inventory # THE TETRADRACHMS OF ROMAN EGYPT by Curtis, James W. Colonel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Additional Physical Format: Online version: Curtis, James W.

Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt. Chicago, Argonaut, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The tetradrachms of Roman Egypt by Curtis, James W. Publication date Topics botany, Tetradrachma, Coins, Roman Digitizing sponsor Institute of Botany, CAS and Internet Archive Contributor Library of IBCAS Language English.

Consists chiefly of a catalog of the author's collection of Alexandrian tetradrachms This book is available. The tetradrachms of Roman Egypt Item Preview remove-circle Consists chiefly of a catalog of the author's collection of Alexandrian tetradrachms Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Internet Archive Books.

Scanned in China. Uploaded by Unknown on September 8, Pages: Provincial Coins of Roman Egypt: Augustus, AE 40 Drachms, BC, Undated, Second Series, Egypt-Alexandria All Domitian Tetradrachms are extremely rare. Domitian, AR Tetradrachm, 86/87 (Year 6), Egypt-Alexandria Mr. Emmett describes the reverse as Sarapis Pantheos in his book, but has given me this more specific description.

I have many duplicates of Roman Egyptian tetradrachms, plus a variety of coins from group lots which no longer fit with my collecting goals.

At some point in the future, hopefully later this summer, I'll have a gallery on my website with coins I'm willing to trade, and/or I may just consign them to JA. Tiberius in his seventh regnal year (20/1) introduced a billion tetradrachm that was lower in silver content than Ptolemaic tetradrachms (25% vs.

33%), and which despite its heavier weight had roughly the same amount of silver as a Roman denarius. James W. Curtis is the author of The Tetradrachms Of Roman Egypt ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Mark to Market and Fair Value 5/5(1). The Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt by Col.

James Curtis,published by Lee Hewitt of the Numismatic Scrapbook, pages, occasional illustrations, blue cloth. Fine. The first consolidated printing of the work that appeared serially in the Scrapbook. Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt by James Curtis ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Long Island City, Ny: Sanford J.

As a key province, but also the 'crown domain' where the emperors succeeded the divine Pharaohs, Egypt was ruled by a uniquely styled Praefectus augustalis ('Augustal prefect'), instead of the traditional senatorial governor of other Roman prefect was a man of equestrian rank and was appointed by the Emperor.

The first prefect of Aegyptus, Gaius Capital: Alexandria. Alexander the Great lifetime tetradrachm from Memphis, Egypt, c. BC, g, M.J. Price This specimen is an example of an atypical lifetime issue that features Zeus with crossed legs.

All tetradrachms from Memphis, both lifetime. The Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt by Col. James Curtis, Argonaut, Chicago,pages, 11 plates, green cloth, text heavily annotated in a light pencil with references back to Dattari and others, enlarged photographs pasted to the front and rear freeflys, some light staining where a protective jacket may have been removed.

Fine. The book includes plates, a full-color die-link chart, and three pull-outs featuring Syracusan tetradrachms and hoards. Wolfgang R. Fischer-Bossert is an independent scholar specializing in Archaic and Classical coinages of the Greeks including their barbarous neighbours in both the Balkans and the Levant.

During the last few years several hoards of tetradrachms struck at Alexandria under the Roman emperors, have come into my hands from different sources in Egypt: and the statisfics as to the composition of these hoards which I have been able to collect provide some material of interest as bearing on the activity of the Alexandrian mint at different periods.

THE COINAGE OF ROMAN ALEXANDRIA. When Octavian took possession of Egypt in 30 B.C., he found an established currency system with traditions going back nearly three hundred years. The principal denomination was a silver tetradrachm of some grams, bearing the regnal date of the current Ptolemy.

The Demography of Roman Egypt has a complete and accurate catalogue of all demographically relevant information contained in the returns.

On the basis of this catalogue, the authors use modern demographic methods and models to reconstruct the patterns of mortality, marriage, fertility and migration that are likely to have prevailed in Roman Egypt.

Provincial Coinage data, which incl Antonine coins from Egypt, 4, of which are tetradrachms. The nature of coinage The coinage in use in Roman Egypt is routinely, but misleadingly, described as Alexandrian.

It is not in fact a civic coinage of Alexandria. It never bears an ‘ethnic’, of the Alexandrians or similar. Rather, it is Cited by: 3.Roman Egypt is a critical area of interdisciplinary research, which has steadily expanded since the s and continues to grow.

Egypt played a pivotal role in the Roman empire, not only in terms of political, economic, and military strategies, but also as part of an intricate cultural discourse involving themes that resonate today - east and west, old world and new.

Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt, by James W. Curtis Essential reprint of a long unavailable reference that lists over 2, tetradrachms. Supplemented with article reprints, price lists and auction catalogues.