Roman coins and their values

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roman coins and their values

Roman Coins and Their Values Volume 1: Millenium Edition by David R. Sear

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Javascript must be enabled for VCoins to work properly. It appears that Javascript is disabled in your browser, so many features will not function correctly. Back Listed in category:. Volume I covered a period of approximately years, from the origins of the Roman coinage in the Republican period in the opening decades of the 3rd century BC down to the violent end of the second Imperial dynasty, the Flavian, in AD Volume II extended coverage of the Imperial series from the accession of Nerva down to the ovethrow of the Severan dynasty in This third volume continues the comprehensive revision and covers in detail the following half century, a very different period during which the Empire came perilously close to total disintegration under the pressure of foreign invasions and seemingly interminable civil war. The economy also collapsed and with it the Imperial coinage, a desperate situation which was only partially alleviated by the currency reform of Aurelian undertaken late in his reign.

Numismatics portal. Roman currency for most of Roman history consisted of gold , silver , bronze , orichalcum and copper coinage [1] see: Roman metallurgy. From its introduction to the Republic , during the third century BC, well into Imperial times, Roman currency saw many changes in form, denomination, and composition. A persistent feature was the inflationary debasement and replacement of coins over the centuries. Notable examples of this followed the reforms of Diocletian. This trend continued into Byzantine times. Because of the economic power and longevity of the Roman state, Roman currency was widely used throughout western Eurasia and northern Africa from classical times into the Middle Ages.

Lightly used copy with dust jacket in VG condition with one tear on the back of the cover. Content clean and tight. London , pages; illustrations throughout; valuations in at least two grades. Casebound, hard cover, cloth, full color jacket, Volume I of Roman Coins and their values, published in , covered a period of approximately years, from the origins of the Roman coinage in the Republican period, to AD


  1. Kelpawhere says:

    T his beautiful hardback book contains pages and is amply illustrated throughout.

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    Roman Coins and Their Values Volume 2 (Millennium Edition ) by David R. Sear - Used Copy

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