Parution (Open Access) : Roma e le province imperiali. Monete “greche imperiali” nel Medagliere del Museo Nazionale Romano

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D. Calomino, Roma e le province imperiali. Monete greche imperiali nel Medagliere del Museo Nazionale Romano

Résumé : “Si presenta il catalogo integrale commentato della collezione “storica” di monete romane provinciali del Medagliere Nazionale Romano, preceduto da una introduzione di Gabriella Bufalini.”

Lien vers la notice : https://iris.univr.it/handle/11562/1088135
Pour télécharger directement le catalogue  : https://iris.univr.it/retrieve/9cdef222-5a48-4459-9732-083129caa934/BOLLNUM-57-58.pdf

Parution : Roman Imperial Coinage Volume V.4: The Gallic Empire (AD 260-274)

J. Mairat, Roman Imperial Coinage Volume V.4: The Gallic Empire (AD 260-274), London, Spink and Son, 2023.

Résumé : “The Roman Imperial Coinage (abbreviated RIC) is a typological catalogue of Roman Imperial coins from the Battle of Actium in 31 BC to Late Antiquity in 491 AD. It aims to offer a complete and chronological reconstruction of the whole coinage produced by each
of the Roman emperors. The series was started in 1923, and has become the standard work for numismatic reference. It was previously comprised of 10 volumes in 13 parts, some of which are currently being revised and will be divided differently.
This brand new volume, published to celebrate the centenary of the series, covers the Gallic Empire from AD 260-274.”

Plus d’informations sur le site de Spink Books.

 

[MAJ 09/08/23] Mise en ligne des 9 volumes du Corpus des Trésors monétaires de la France (TAF)

Les neuf volumes du Corpus des Trésors monétaires de la France (TAF) sont désormais accessibles via Gallica :

I – Charente-Poitou et Limousin
II – Nord-Pas-de-Calais
III – Pays de Loire
IV – Haute-Normandie
V-1 – Rhône-Alpes (Ain, Rhône, Loire, Ardèche)
V-2 – Rhône-Alpes (Drôme, Isère, Savoie, Haute-Savoie)
VI – Aquitaine
VII – Auvergne
VIII-1 – Picardie (Somme)
VIII-2 – Picardie (Aisne et Oise)
IX – Ile-de-France

Parution : Making Money in the Early Middle Ages

R. Naismith, Making Money in the Early Middle Ages, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2023.

Résumé : “Between the end of the Roman Empire in the fifth century and the economic transformations of the twelfth, coined money in western Europe was scarce and high in value, difficult for the majority of the population to make use of. And yet, as Rory Naismith shows in this illuminating study, coined money was made and used throughout early medieval Europe. It was, he argues, a powerful tool for articulating people’s place in economic and social structures and an important gauge for levels of economic complexity. Working from the premise that using coined money carried special significance when there was less of it around, Naismith uses detailed case studies from the Mediterranean and northern Europe to propose a new reading of early medieval money as a point of contact between economic, social, and institutional history.”

Plus d’informations sur le site de Princeton University Press.

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