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    Authors: Callegher, Bruno; Arianna D’Ottone Rambach,;

    The Proceedings of the 5th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins collect the various contributions with the unifying subject proposed for the meeting: Islamic money in the archaeological contexts (Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Tajikistan, Poland, on the plains of western Russia and in Georgia, Sicily or Spain), problems, methods, documentary value for the economic history from the Umayyad period to the Mamluks. The numismatic documentation should be also the outcome of recent investigations in the archives, i.e. the project “Fontes Inediti Numismaticae Orientalis”, acronym FINO. The opening of a line of research on the history of collecting and studies of Islamic numismatics should strive for an interdisciplinary approach beyond merely classificatory aspects and at the same time a sort of resistance to the danger of considering the numismatics of the Islamic world as secondary, marginal, with respect to the money of the “classical” world. The confirmation of an undeclared inter-disciplinarity appears, e.g., in the paper The Nani Collection of Arabic Coins through unpublished documents & drawings by Jean François Champollion (1790-1832).

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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
    Authors: Basello, GIAN PIETRO;
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  • Authors: Sahar, F. H. (Fadli); Setiartiti, L. (Lilies);

    This research aims at analyzing Factors that affect the society to not use coins as a transaction medium in Pulau Morotai Regency. The subjects of this research consist of people who reside in Pulau Morotai. The variables in this research consist of the dependent variable (coins) and independent variables (inflation, society perception, and the efficiency of coins). The samples consist of 100 respondents selected using simple random sampling. The analysis method uses multiple linear regression. Based on the analysis, it shows that inflation, society's perception, and coins efficiency affect the use of coins. Partially, inflation and society perception affect the use of coins, while coins efficiency does not significantly affect the use of coins.

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    Authors: D'Ottone, Arianna;
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    Authors: Harvey, Craig A.;

    This article presents a group of 57 Judaean and Nabataean bronze coins said to have been found on the Karpas Peninsula in Cyprus, donated to the ANS in 1978. Although the existence of this group has been mentioned by two prior publications, these coins are presented here for the first time fully and properly identified and analyzed. In addition to discussing the cohesion of this group as an ancient hoard, this article examines the context for these coins’ arrival and use in Cyprus. Although Judaean and Nabataean coins have previously been found in Cyprus, the coins presented here constitute a significant addition to this corpus.

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    Authors: Claeys, Johan;

    Oxford’s English Dictionary puts it as such: ‘Numismatics’ is ‘the study of coins and medals, especially from an archaeological or historical standpoint’. Sounds fair, at least to us, archaeologists. Indeed, interdisciplinary research is a basic requirement for both sciences, archaeology and numismatics. But in many cases it appears that numismatics are rather directed towards the – so to speak - other side of the coin. When Maria Alföldi wrote about coins as the object of her profession and passion she mentioned: “We want to interpret the effigy, read the legend, solve and explain the possibly present abbreviations. We will also engage on the nature of the coins; knowing the composition of the metal, from which it was made; also the manufacturing method – struck or cast – is always intriguing. At the same time, we will ask for the weight of the piece, which helps decide its original value. Finally we want to know if the coin is real – a heavy verdict, although not all ‘forgeries’ are without meaning or value.” Iconology, epigraphy, chemical and physical analyses,… All these disciplines contribute substantial and necessary information to our knowledge on coins. It makes numismatics a very complex profession. Complex even to such an extend that the information retrieved from the coins is often regarded as self-fulfilling and in some cases this information does not always return to the responsible archaeologist. On the other hand, the archaeologist has sometimes no idea of what additional information the numismatist could use or what information he can procure. The nature, volume and location of the deposits that provided the coins is of vital importance for a correct interpretation by the commentator. When being left into the blue regarding find circumstances and contextual features, the job of the specialist is all but relieved. If we also take in account that a lot of numismatists have no clear view of the situation on the site, then we can conclude that the interdisciplinary cooperation could be more efficient. Likewise, the authoritative volumes of Roman Imperial Coinage and Moneta Imperii Byzantini are perfect guides to coinage produced in qualitative terms, but there is little guidance as to quantitative analyses of coins, especially for the eastern part of the Mediterranean. The study of coins as struck is a very under-exploited resource, and encounters with lots of objections, for example against the estimation of the size of issues from die-counting. That is one reason why we should turn instead to the study of coins as found, as proposed on several occasions by Reece and Casey. Coins as site finds form an area of study that is in its early stages. Off course, coins can be studied and appreciated because of their purely aesthetic characteristics. The same applies to other products of crafts. However in this thesis I will deal with coins as pure archaeological artefacts; subjected to the laws of archaeology: deterioration, post-depositional processes, selective excavation methods,… Their physical presence on the site catalogues them amid all other artefacts. It is thus not more than logical that they can be treated likewise. It was my original intention to write a thesis that is at least partially based on material research in stead of publications. Furthermore, a second objective was to gather information from coins that can be useful to both archaeology and numismatics, by extracting quantitative data from them. I think both aims are fulfilled in this thesis. Tables and graphs will present the results in a conveniently arranged way and it makes it possible to view patterns at a single glance. The results from different sites within Sagalassos are compared and correlated with the known history of the site. The intention is to possibly detect subtle details in the coinage patterns. Interwoven with these results is the main aim for this thesis: try to establish patterns in coin presence for different contextual features. For example, can erosion layers be distinguished from destruction layers? Are occupation layers as disturbed as surface and topsoil material? Can we, eventually, learn from a look at the coin list which events took place at the site, that might explain certain aspects/discrepancies within the list? We will see that a lot of biases interfere with the material on hand. It is of vital importance to have all necessary information available: completely published coin lists, full find records, correlative material for further study,… Sagalassos fulfils this conditions. On the other hand, the coin evidence is tangibly there to be tested against new ideas, to be investigated in greater depth as required, and is an ever expanding source and resource. This work should thus be conceived as a starting point for further research, either on a wider spatial scale or in combination with other information retrieved from Sagalassos. Introduction Chapter I From coin circulation to coin finds on site p. 1 I.1 FROM COIN CIRCULATION TO COIN LOSS I.2 LONGEVITY OF COINS I.3 LAWS GOVERNING COIN LOSS I.4 SITE FORMATION PROCESSES I.5 COIN FINDS ON SITE Chapter II Coins from Sagalassos p. 23 II.1 SITUATING SAGALASSOS IN SPACE AND TIME II.1.a Physical setting – city in the clouds II.1.b Historical setting – city in a nutshell II.1.c Coins from Sagalassos II.2 INTEPRETING THE RESULTS II.2.a Preventing biases on the coin population II.2.b Results of the total coin population II.2.c Results per excavation campaign II.2.d Results from sites within the urban centre II.2.e Results from some specific contexts Conclusions p. 52 Bibliography p. 55 Appendices App. I Tables App. II Graphs App. III Figures nrpages: 87 status: accepted

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  • Authors: Carl Peter, Thunberg;

    32 p., [4] folded leaves of plates : ill. (metalcuts) ; 22 cm. (8vo)

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  • Nel celebrare il Trentesimo anniversario del primo volume dei Ritrovamenti Monetali di età Romana nel Veneto (RMRVe, 1992) dedicato a Oderzo (TV), a cui hanno fatto seguito altri 18 volumi, gli Atti del convegno Fundmünzen & Co. 30 years of Ancient Coin Finds (VI c. BCE – VIII c. CE) testimoniano l’evoluzione degli studi numismatici fondati sull’analisi e l’interpretazione dei rinvenimenti di monete negli scavi archeologici. L’applicazione di metodi condivisi e analoghe ricerche in varie regioni dell’Impero romano confermano la rilevanza del dato monetale nella ricostruzione delle vicende storiche ed economiche di città, insediamenti rurali o costieri e più in generale dimostrano la continuità dei contatti di uomini e merci anche tra aree apparentemente lontane tra loro. Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the first volume of the Ritrovamenti monetali di età romana nel Veneto (RMRVE, 1992) dedicated to Oderzo (TV), which was followed by another 18 volumes, the Acts of the conference Fundmünzen & Co. 30 years of Ancient Coin Finds (VI c. BCE - VIII c. CE) testify to the evolution of numismatic studies based on the analysis and interpretation of coin finds in archaeological excavations. The application of shared methods and similar research in various regions of the Roman Empire confirm the relevance of monetary data in the reconstruction of the historical and economic events of cities, rural or coastal settlements. More generally, they demonstrate the continuity of human and goods contacts even between apparently distant areas.

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    Authors: Tapavički-Ilić Milica;

    This paper deals with the problem of changes within monetary systems, by comparing the Celtic tribes of the Treveri and the Scordisci. Changes and processes are specified which are common for mints of both tribes - changes of metals used for minting, loss of weight within the same coin type reduction of the territory in which coins have been distributed etc. Types which copy Roman republican coins have also been presented, as well as the coin types minted with the Roman permission.

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    Authors: Callegher, Bruno; Arianna D’Ottone Rambach,;

    The Proceedings of the 5th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins collect the various contributions with the unifying subject proposed for the meeting: Islamic money in the archaeological contexts (Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Tajikistan, Poland, on the plains of western Russia and in Georgia, Sicily or Spain), problems, methods, documentary value for the economic history from the Umayyad period to the Mamluks. The numismatic documentation should be also the outcome of recent investigations in the archives, i.e. the project “Fontes Inediti Numismaticae Orientalis”, acronym FINO. The opening of a line of research on the history of collecting and studies of Islamic numismatics should strive for an interdisciplinary approach beyond merely classificatory aspects and at the same time a sort of resistance to the danger of considering the numismatics of the Islamic world as secondary, marginal, with respect to the money of the “classical” world. The confirmation of an undeclared inter-disciplinarity appears, e.g., in the paper The Nani Collection of Arabic Coins through unpublished documents & drawings by Jean François Champollion (1790-1832).

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  • Authors: Sahar, F. H. (Fadli); Setiartiti, L. (Lilies);

    This research aims at analyzing Factors that affect the society to not use coins as a transaction medium in Pulau Morotai Regency. The subjects of this research consist of people who reside in Pulau Morotai. The variables in this research consist of the dependent variable (coins) and independent variables (inflation, society perception, and the efficiency of coins). The samples consist of 100 respondents selected using simple random sampling. The analysis method uses multiple linear regression. Based on the analysis, it shows that inflation, society's perception, and coins efficiency affect the use of coins. Partially, inflation and society perception affect the use of coins, while coins efficiency does not significantly affect the use of coins.

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    Authors: Harvey, Craig A.;

    This article presents a group of 57 Judaean and Nabataean bronze coins said to have been found on the Karpas Peninsula in Cyprus, donated to the ANS in 1978. Although the existence of this group has been mentioned by two prior publications, these coins are presented here for the first time fully and properly identified and analyzed. In addition to discussing the cohesion of this group as an ancient hoard, this article examines the context for these coins’ arrival and use in Cyprus. Although Judaean and Nabataean coins have previously been found in Cyprus, the coins presented here constitute a significant addition to this corpus.

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    Authors: Claeys, Johan;

    Oxford’s English Dictionary puts it as such: ‘Numismatics’ is ‘the study of coins and medals, especially from an archaeological or historical standpoint’. Sounds fair, at least to us, archaeologists. Indeed, interdisciplinary research is a basic requirement for both sciences, archaeology and numismatics. But in many cases it appears that numismatics are rather directed towards the – so to speak - other side of the coin. When Maria Alföldi wrote about coins as the object of her profession and passion she mentioned: “We want to interpret the effigy, read the legend, solve and explain the possibly present abbreviations. We will also engage on the nature of the coins; knowing the composition of the metal, from which it was made; also the manufacturing method – struck or cast – is always intriguing. At the same time, we will ask for the weight of the piece, which helps decide its original value. Finally we want to know if the coin is real – a heavy verdict, although not all ‘forgeries’ are without meaning or value.” Iconology, epigraphy, chemical and physical analyses,… All these disciplines contribute substantial and necessary information to our knowledge on coins. It makes numismatics a very complex profession. Complex even to such an extend that the information retrieved from the coins is often regarded as self-fulfilling and in some cases this information does not always return to the responsible archaeologist. On the other hand, the archaeologist has sometimes no idea of what additional information the numismatist could use or what information he can procure. The nature, volume and location of the deposits that provided the coins is of vital importance for a correct interpretation by the commentator. When being left into the blue regarding find circumstances and contextual features, the job of the specialist is all but relieved. If we also take in account that a lot of numismatists have no clear view of the situation on the site, then we can conclude that the interdisciplinary cooperation could be more efficient. Likewise, the authoritative volumes of Roman Imperial Coinage and Moneta Imperii Byzantini are perfect guides to coinage produced in qualitative terms, but there is little guidance as to quantitative analyses of coins, especially for the eastern part of the Mediterranean. The study of coins as struck is a very under-exploited resource, and encounters with lots of objections, for example against the estimation of the size of issues from die-counting. That is one reason why we should turn instead to the study of coins as found, as proposed on several occasions by Reece and Casey. Coins as site finds form an area of study that is in its early stages. Off course, coins can be studied and appreciated because of their purely aesthetic characteristics. The same applies to other products of crafts. However in this thesis I will deal with coins as pure archaeological artefacts; subjected to the laws of archaeology: deterioration, post-depositional processes, selective excavation methods,… Their physical presence on the site catalogues them amid all other artefacts. It is thus not more than logical that they can be treated likewise. It was my original intention to write a thesis that is at least partially based on material research in stead of publications. Furthermore, a second objective was to gather information from coins that can be useful to both archaeology and numismatics, by extracting quantitative data from them. I think both aims are fulfilled in this thesis. Tables and graphs will present the results in a conveniently arranged way and it makes it possible to view patterns at a single glance. The results from different sites within Sagalassos are compared and correlated with the known history of the site. The intention is to possibly detect subtle details in the coinage patterns. Interwoven with these results is the main aim for this thesis: try to establish patterns in coin presence for different contextual features. For example, can erosion layers be distinguished from destruction layers? Are occupation layers as disturbed as surface and topsoil material? Can we, eventually, learn from a look at the coin list which events took place at the site, that might explain certain aspects/discrepancies within the list? We will see that a lot of biases interfere with the material on hand. It is of vital importance to have all necessary information available: completely published coin lists, full find records, correlative material for further study,… Sagalassos fulfils this conditions. On the other hand, the coin evidence is tangibly there to be tested against new ideas, to be investigated in greater depth as required, and is an ever expanding source and resource. This work should thus be conceived as a starting point for further research, either on a wider spatial scale or in combination with other information retrieved from Sagalassos. Introduction Chapter I From coin circulation to coin finds on site p. 1 I.1 FROM COIN CIRCULATION TO COIN LOSS I.2 LONGEVITY OF COINS I.3 LAWS GOVERNING COIN LOSS I.4 SITE FORMATION PROCESSES I.5 COIN FINDS ON SITE Chapter II Coins from Sagalassos p. 23 II.1 SITUATING SAGALASSOS IN SPACE AND TIME II.1.a Physical setting – city in the clouds II.1.b Historical setting – city in a nutshell II.1.c Coins from Sagalassos II.2 INTEPRETING THE RESULTS II.2.a Preventing biases on the coin population II.2.b Results of the total coin population II.2.c Results per excavation campaign II.2.d Results from sites within the urban centre II.2.e Results from some specific contexts Conclusions p. 52 Bibliography p. 55 Appendices App. I Tables App. II Graphs App. III Figures nrpages: 87 status: accepted

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    32 p., [4] folded leaves of plates : ill. (metalcuts) ; 22 cm. (8vo)

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    Authors: Tapavički-Ilić Milica;

    This paper deals with the problem of changes within monetary systems, by comparing the Celtic tribes of the Treveri and the Scordisci. Changes and processes are specified which are common for mints of both tribes - changes of metals used for minting, loss of weight within the same coin type reduction of the territory in which coins have been distributed etc. Types which copy Roman republican coins have also been presented, as well as the coin types minted with the Roman permission.

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