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References appear on numerous pages. We'll have actual link and then link to page



Non Roman Ancient Links

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Paper on early electrum coinage purities
The Electrum Coinage of Samos in the Light of a Recent Hoard3.415 MB
Dr. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn, Germany, exact pub date unknown but after 2004

C&H page

Athenian Tetradrachma



Athenian Tetradrachms
by Reid Goldworthy, USA, publ. date unknown. His classic article on these pieces.

Cointalk Discussion on Athenian owls

C&H page
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Kingdom of Bosporous

Bosporan kingdom : Sauromates II El stater
Bosporan kingdom, the history of, roughly 297 BC - 375 AD.
no corresponding webpage here

Ptolemaic Coinage


http://www.megagem.com/ancient/ptolemy_series.html
http://www.ptolemybronze.com/

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Research Tools
Coin Archives

Wild Winds

Ex Numis (Provenances)



Roman Ancient Links

Historia Numorum
Republican Aes Grave Coinage
C&H page

Coinage of Julius Caesar


A discussion of the portrait bronze pieces on
Coin Talk:
New Octavian / Divus Julius bronze: CAESAR DIVI FILIUS
by Julius Germanicus

The OP is also available as a PDF & can be downloaded here:
Divus Julius bronze by Julius Germanicus
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Tetrarchy

Roman Nummi (folli) of the Late 3rd - Early 4th Century

Another thread on the same forum illustrates the history of the Tetrarchy nicely:
Diocletian: Two Interesting Coins and a Legacy of Reform

Julian the Philosopher,
aka the Apostate


Taking the bull by the horns

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Wild Winds

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