The Roman Silver Coins series, published by Seaby in five volumes is probably one of the most thorough catalogs of the Roman silver issues available to the. Find Roman Silver Coins by Seaby, H A at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. Roman Silver Coins THREE VOLUMES 1 Republic to Augustus; 2 Tiberius to Commodus and 3 Pertinax to Balbinus & Pupenius. By: Seaby, H A, Revised By.
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item including handmade items. Seaby roman silver coins the seller's listing for full details. See all condition definitions- opens in a seaby roman silver coins window or tab Read moreabout the condition Brand: This probably was the occasion for the legionary coinage stuck that year, a tradition which had begun with Mark Antony, whose coin type of an aquila between two signa had been introduced to pay for the campaign at Actium in 31 BC indeed, so numerous was this issue that the coins remained in circulation well after the time of Severus.
Fifteen legions on the Rhine and Danube were recognized by Severus. It was honored with coinage in bronze, silver, and gold.
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To learn more about numismatics and the silver coins of imperial Rome, the following references and dealers are recommended. The Millennium Edition of David R. The extensive 3rd century coinage of Roman Egypt, struck at Alexandria, is also covered comprehensively in continuation of the format established in the seaby roman silver coins previous volumes of the Millennium Edition.
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I've already said on this list many times that I do not have a good opinion of Michael Harlan's two books - entertaining, apparently informative, but fundamentally wrong when it comes to dates and numismatic methodology.
Don't under any circumstances buy the German handbooks by Rainer Albert despite their Crawford-type arrangement: Although Catalli seaby roman silver coins believes in Plinian dates i.
Once that comes out it will be a true low cost alternative.