During the civil wars of AD 68-69 a number of mints operated in the western Roman empire in Spain...
By: Daniel Faulkner
This month the blog will run a series of posts about coinage in Britain, written by Dom Chorney. ...
It is a truism that we are increasingly becoming a more visual age and one that plays down the im...
This month's 'coin of the month' is actually a medal: the Fields medal, displayed on the Universi...
This coin of Constantine dates from AD 330-331. It is typical of its type. The obverse displays a...
The depiction of Germania in the second coin is very different. This coin is an aureus struck in ...
This month's coin of the month is a silver denarius struck in Rome in 16 BC commemorating Augustu...
This denarius of Augustus dates from 2-4 BC. The obverse features a laureate head of Augustus wit...
Before the invasion of Britain in AD 43 by the Roman Emperor Claudius, we have very little inform...
This gold octodrachm was struck at the mint in Alexandria in Egypt, probably under Ptolemy II (th...
This coin of the month comes from Karthaea on the island of Keos in the Cyclades and dates to the...
By: Rebecca Taylor
This bronze medal is the earliest example of a product created by the Florentine school. It celeb...
My coin of the month comes from Nysa, a city in the Maeander valley in Asia Minor. Minted in the ...
By: Philip Tutty
During the latter half of the fifth century BC, proud Athenians might have professed their coinag...
This month’s coin was chosen by David Swan, a second year Ancient History and Classical Archaeo...
In 2011, a hoard of 201 antoniniani minted between AD 219 and 254 was found in Eretria on the isl...
Take a closer look at coins from the ancient world and discover new meanings and insight into the...
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