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coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region.

J. M. F. May

coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region.

by J. M. F. May

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Numismatics -- Damastium.,
  • Numismatics -- Illyria.,
  • Numismatics -- Paeonia.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv,207p.
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19686555M

    The results suggest that the foundation of Damastion occurred during the Peloponnesian War, most probably shortly after the Peace of Nicias ( B.C.), and that the beginning of the coinage of. ILLYRO-PAEONIAN REGION, Damastion (Dardania). Circa BC. AR Tetradrachm (mm, g, 11h). Head of Apollo right, wearing laurel wreath / Tripod with legs terminating in lion’s feet; ΔAMA-ΣTINΩ at sides; all within incuse square.

    May, J. M. F.: The Coinage of Damastion and the lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region. (C. T. Seltman.) 30oo. Meritt, B. D., etc.: The Athenian Tribute Lists, I. (M. N. Tod.) In this book the author records what developments took place in the form and style of Greek Tragedy. in which coins can be used to supple-ment and. Coin - Coin - Coinage in western continental Europe, Africa, and the Byzantine Empire: The fall of Roman power in the West left the gold currency of the Byzantine Empire undisturbed; it was to become the most dominant single influence in European coinage for 1, years, competing at first with the gold of the Arab caliphates and later with that of the great Italian commercial republics as well.

      Hetoum I. Trams of Hetoum and Zabel, well-struck, in good silver, survive in abundance [11].On the obverse, the couple stands together holding a long cross between : Mike Markowitz. OCLC Number: Notes: Papers from the 1st-3rd> Symposium on Problems of Medieval Coinage in the Iberian ption: volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Symposium held by the Instituto Politécnico de Santarém on May / edited by Mário Gomes Marques Symposium held by the Sociedad Numismática Avilesina and the Instituto de Sintra on .


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Coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region by J. M. F. May Download PDF EPUB FB2

The coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region Unknown Binding – January 1, by John Maunsell Frampton May (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Maunsell Frampton May.

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The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-paeonian Region. Aalen: Scientia, APA: May, J. Maunsell Frampton. The coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region. Aalen: Scientia. Chicago: May, John Maunsell Frampton, The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro Cited by: Coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region.

London, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region. Seltman & J.

May. Journal of Hellenic Studies () Coinages of Campania - N. Rutter: Campanian Coinages – B.C. Viii + ; 34 Plates. History of Coinage D. Schaps: The Invention of Coinage and the Monetization of Cited by: May: THE COINAGE OF DAMASTION AND THE LESSER COINAGES OF THE ILLYRO-PAEONIAN REGION May, J.

Oxford University Press,pages, 12 fine plates, blue cloth, dust jacket. Illyro-Paeonian Region, Damastion AR Drachm. ca BC. Female head left / ΔAMAΣTINΩN, portable ingot. May, Damastion pg.22b = Weber (this coin); cf. SNG Ashmolean Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region Hardcover – 1 Dec.

by John Maunsell Frampton May (Author)Author: John Maunsell Frampton May. The position of Damastion, a Greek colony founded by the fugitives from Aegina and Mende shortly after BC somewhere in Illyria near the abundant silver mines (Strabo and ), has still not been established with certainty.

An analysis of. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region Hardcover – 1 Jan. by John Maunsell Frampton May (Author) See all Author: John Maunsell Frampton May. Illyro-Paeonian Region, Damastion AR Drachm.

ca BC. Female head left / ΔAMAΣTINΩN, portable ingot. May, Damastion pg.22b=Weber (this coin); cf. SNG Ashmolean book The coinage of Damastion and the lesser coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian region John Maunsell Frampton May Published in reprint in in Aalen by Scientia Services Services book The coinage of Abdera ( B.C.) John Maunsell Frampton May, Colin M Kraay, G.

Kenneth. Illyrian coinage which began in the 6th century BC continued up to the 1st century of Roman rule. It was the southern Illyrians who minted the first coins followed by the northern Illyrian during the Roman era.

Illyrian coins have also been found in other areas apart from Illyria, such ancient Macedonia, Italy, Greece, Asia Minor and Egypt.

[citation needed. May, J.M.F. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region. ( reprint of Oxford University Press, London, original). xiv, pages, 12 plates, end sheet. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region If you order a large group of books or booklets, please select Priority or Express Mail.

First Class Mail is limited to envelope size mail. If you think your order may need a box, please select Priority or Express Mail. BK Damastion (Greek: Δαμάστιον) was an ancient city in the area of central s sites in Serbia and North Macedonia and Albania have been considered as the location of this ancient town.

The city was in the borderlands of Illyria and Paeonia, more on the side of the exact site of the city is not yet identified with certainty. Damastion is attested only in Strabo. Damastion (grško: Δαμάστιον [Damástion]), antično dardansko mesto na osrednjem je stalo na eni od več možnih lokacij v Srbiji, Makedoniji ali Albaniji, njegov natančen položaj pa še vedno ni z gotovostjo je mejno mesto med Ilirijo in Peonijo, verjetno bolj na strani slednje.O njem je pisal samo Strabon, ki pravi, da je stalo na področju Ohrida in.

[ The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region by J. May, published in at the Oxford University Press. Plate 8, Author: Coinweek. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region. ( reprint of Oxford University Press, London, original), xiv, pp, 12 plates, endsheet map.

Blue casebound. Vol. 33, No. 10, Jan. 8, Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region by J.

May. The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region by J. May. Ancient Greek coins from the Illyro-Paeonian Region, modern-day Macedonia region. Category includes Damastion Dardania. Romae Aeternae Numismatics. Illyria, Dyrrhachium (Dyrrhachion) AR Drachm "Cow Suckling Calf, Club" aVF.

US$ US$ Pegasi Numismatics. IONIA, Teos. .Research began with the standard reference The Coinage of Damastion and the Lesser Coinages of the Illyro-Paeonian Region by J. M. F. May, published in at the Oxford University Press. On plate 8 of this work an image of the very coin (coin a) submitted to NGC was found.Illyro-Paeonian Region, Damastion.

Silver Tetradrachm ( g), ca. //45 BC. It was these tribes, then, who were responsible for this coinage, and the only two magistrate's mentioned on the coins of Damastion before it was subsumed by the growing economic dominance of the Macedonian Kingdom of Philip II and Alexander III were.