Kamnaskires Posted December 26, 2022 · Member Share Posted December 26, 2022 Many here probably subscribed to and enjoyed The Celator, which was published from 1987 to 2012. Issues are digitized and downloadable: https://social.vcoins.com/thecelator/ Some years ago I created the index below. Formatting is a bit screwy with the cut-and-paste, but the info is clear enough. Should help you find articles of interest. Bob May/June 2012 · The Olympic Games: The First 1,166 Years · Antigonus II Gonatas · A Unique ‘Royalist Series’ Didrachm of Philip III April 2012 · Astragaloi on Ancient Coins: Game Pieces or Agents of Prophecy? · Pythagoras and the Incuse Coins of Magna Graecia February 2012 · Half-Figure of the King: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Earliest Sigloi of Darius I · A Magnentian Hoard from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England January 2012 · The Contest Between Apollo and Marsyas · A Supernova on Ancient Coins – Part 4 December 2011 · A Supernova on Ancient Coins – Part 3 · Avoiding Fake Oil Lamps November 2011 · Sceattas: The Neglected Silver Coinage of Early Anglo-Saxon England – A Collector’s Perspective · Pythagoras of Samos, Celator October 2011 · Select Numismatic Issues of the Isaurian Dynasty (717 – 802 AD) With Relationship to the First Iconoclastic Period (726 – 780 AD) · An Ancient Coin Relevant to Renaissance Art September 2011 · A Numismatic Biography of Lucius Cornelius Sulla · Arethusa’s Enigmatic Headband August 2011 · New Experimental Evidence for Cold Striking of Ancient Coins · Boiotian Magistrate Staters · Eleven Years: One Collector’s Experience July 2011 · History and Coinage of the Akarnanian Confederacy · Menander I and Buddhist Iconography on Indo-Greek Coins · The Shield of Brutus June 2011 · The Silver and Bronze Mints of Philip II and Alexander the Great in Macedonia · Celestial Symbols on Roman Standards May 2011 · Roman Architecture as Propaganda on Coins: The Coinage of Divus Romulus · A New Tetradrachm from the Reign of Seleucus II, 246 – 225 BC April 2011 · A Closer Look – Distinguishing Similar Roman Republican Coins: Part II – Anonymous Victoriati · Achelous: A Link Between the Indus and Achaean Civilizations · Ancient Coins for Education Essay Contest Winner March 2011 · A Supernova on Ancient Coins – Part 2 · The Beginning of Hasmonean Minting February 2011 · A Supernova on Ancient Coins – Part I · An Exercise in Grading: Constantine the Great Sol Bronzes January 2011 · Trajan: The Perfect Prince – Part II · ‘Alexander-Type’ Tetradrachms in the Names of his Successors December 2010 · Trajan: The Perfect Prince – Part I · The Pilgrimage Tokens of Saint Simeon the Younger November 2010 · From Iconium to the Home of Saint Luke: A Numismatic Odyssey · From Personal Passion to Numismatic Legacy: Crafting the Kittredge Numismatic Foundation · The First Islamic Gold Coin in History · An Unrecorded Imitation Alexander from the East Arachosia 2002 Hoard · The Coinage of Abbey St. Philbert at Jumieges October 2010 · An Introduction to Roman Imperial Vota · A Controversial Reverse September 2010 · Anti-Christian Coinage of Maximinus II Daza · Having Fun With Coins: Byzantine Scyphate Bronzes of the Fourth Crusade · A Numismatic Detective Story – Identifying the Undertype on a Bar Kokhba Revolt Zuz August 2010 · Fifty Coins in 2,500 Years: A Numismatic Walk Through Indian History – Part II · A Previously Unknown Tetradrachm of Phraates IV (38 to 2 BC): An Ancient Counterfeit? July 2010 · Fifty Coins in 2,500 Years: A Numismatic Walk Through Indian History – Part I · Unmasking a Modern Armenian Fantasy: The Profile Head Coin Attributed to Baron Levon II June 2010 · The Helmets of Perdikkas II · On a “Dig” in Italy May 2010 · The Vogelaar Romano-British Collection · The Tetradrachms of Pyrrhus: A Preliminary Die Study · The Publishing History of The Voice of the Turtle April 2010 · The Walls of Nicaea · Further Thoughts on the Julius Caesar “Elephant” Coinage (the first being Oct. 2008) March 2010 · The Lost Temple of Apollo Palatinus · Meet the Reverend of Numismatics: Conversations With Richard Plant February 2010 · History and Coinage of the Arkadian League of 370 BCE · Coins and the Synoptic Problem · The Celtic Coin That Says It Is Celtic January 2010 · The House of Valerian · Concerning the Meaning of Control Marks and Symbols of Power on the Shekels of Tyre · Israeli Numismatic Great, Prof. Dan Barag, Dies December 2009 · The Gundestrup Cauldron and the Potin Coinage of the Remi: Illustrations of Cernunnos or Shapeshfting Druids? · Highly Deceptive Forgeries of Constantine’s Spes Pvblic Coinage November 2009 · Champagne: The Athens of the Middle Ages · Oil Lamps of the Old Testament · Deniers of Rouen of Duke Richard I and King Lothaire October 2009 · Numismatic Images of Atargatis: Keys to the Parody · Observations on the Wladislaus IIJagiello of Hungary – Part II · Heroes: Mortals and Myths in Ancient Greece – A New Exhibition at the Walters September 2009 · Observations on the Undated Madonna Denars of Wladislaus II Jagiello of Hungary – Part I · A Closer Look – Distinguishing Similar Roman Republican Coins: Part I – CR. 57/2 and 137/1 August 2009 · Ten Great Rarities of Judaean Coinage · A Numismatic Enigma? (deals with VIRT EXERC bronzes from the early 4th cent. Thessalonica mint) · An Enigmatic Bronze Coin from Akragas, Sicily July 2009 · The Cult of Divus Julius in Octavian’s Political Propaganda · On the Bronze Coinage of Leontius the Usurper June 2009 · Prevalence and Profitability: Re-examining the Silver-Plated Counterfeit Coins of Aegina · The Lily as a Symbol of Ancient Isreal · In Defense of Magic: An Appreciation of Under-Appreciated Coins May 2009 · The Funerary Architecture of Antoninus Pius · Symbols of the Bar Kochba Sela Temple Coins April 2009 · Julia Maesa: Grandmother of Emperors · Domitius Domitianus – An Ephemeral Emperor · Was My Coin Stolen from a Bulgarian Museum? March 2009 · Greek Numbers on Coins – Part II, Re-Dating the Tetradrachms of Ptolemy II · Byzantine 101 – Part 4 · A Young Girl’s Necklace · A New Hasmonean Discovery by Hendin and Shachar · Silvia Hurter, Dealer and Scholar, Dies February 2009 · From Themistokles, Metroxenos, to Perikles · Greek Numbers on Coins – Part I, The First Dated Coins and Alphabetic Numbers · Treasures of Ancient Glass January 2009 · History and Coinage of the Chalkidian League · Sorting Out Those Pan Liang · The Caesar “Elephant” Denarius: Another Interpretation of the Obverse December 2008 · The Temple on Mount Gerizim · The Athenian Emergency Issue of the Peloponnesian War · The Birth of Jesus Viewed through Coins November 2008 · Faces of Empire – Part XI – Hellenistic Beauty to Tetrarchic/Constantinian Brutality: Nobility True and False in Colored Stones · Observations on the Madonna Denars of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary – Part III October 2008 · Dionysos Unmasked on Neapoliton Nomoi · Observations on the Madonna Denars of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary – Part II · The Julius Caesar “Elephant” Denarius: What is the Symbolism? September 2008 · Observations on the Madonna Denars of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary – Part I · A Cosmic Journey on a Roman Coin · The Roman Empire’s Resurrection of Alexander the Great August 2008 · Taking a Browse Through Numibooks · The Philosopher and the Celator · Animals on Roman Coins July 2008 · Roman Ghosts · My First Coin Show – Numismata 2008 · What’s in a Woman’s Name? · A Portrait of Gordian III on a Coin of Philip I June 2008 · The Cambridge Hoard of 1897 Revisited · Publius Helvius Pertinax · Defining Rarity May 2008 · Portraits of Cleopatra · A New Variant of a “Provisional” Samarian Coin · A Roman Moneyer April 2008 · The Normans in Sicily 1060 – 1194 · Faces of Empire – Part X – Women Around the Outset of the Principate March 2008 · History and Coinage of the Aetolian League · An Investigation of the Physical Properties of Roman Republican Silver Coinage: Part II – Silver Content February 2008 · The Burden of the Temple Tax · An Investigation of the Physical Properties of Roman Republican Silver Coinage: Part I - Weights January 2008 · Valuing the Numismatic Legacy of Alexander the Great · A Numismatic Lexicon · A Quest for Provenance December 2007 · Fifth Century Greek Wars and Their Numismatic Consequences · Nikokles, a Micro-Monarch of Cyprus, 325 – 310 BC November 2007 · Roman Coinage From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Naming of Augustus, 49 – 27 BC · Vespasian: A Simple Soldier – Part II October 2007 · Vespasian: A Simple Soldier – Part I · The Bull – Myth and Symbol on Ancient Coins September 2007 · Portraits of Caligula: The Seated Figure? · Is the Gold Porus Medallion a Lifetime Portrait of Alexander the Great? August 2007 · Avidius Cassius: An Emperor Without a Coin? · Left-Field Inspiration – Sometimes You Just Want to Know More · Constantine III and the Collapse of Roman Coinage in Britain July 2007 · Anepigraphic Bronze Coins of Constantine and Family · Faces of Empire – Part IX – Imperium’s First Face (Alexander the Great and the Successors) · 300,000 Archeological Items (and Coins) Seized in Raids in Spain June 2007 · Valerian and the Age of Chaos Part II: Crisis and Recovery · The Mashaka Coins of Ancient India · A Coin of Kallipolis, Plato’s Beautiful City May 2007 · Valerian and the Age of Chaos Part I: Descent into Disorder · Important Auction Catalogs Offering Archaic and Classical Greek Coins · The Changing World of Numismatic Literature: Attributing Ancient Greek-Era Coins – Part II April 2007 · Sacred Stones in Ancient Temples · A Quadrans for Your Thoughts: Small Roman Imperial AES · The Changing World of Numismatic Literature: Attributing Ancient Greek-Era Coins – Part I March 2007 · Ancient Tipasa, A Probable Mint City in North Africa · The Coins of Herod the Great: Discovering the Details February 2007 · An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Medieval Balkans – Part I: Slavonia (Northern Croatia) · The Temples of Asklepios on Ancient Coins · Lost and Found January 2007 · Faces of Empire – Part VIII – False Faces, Renaissance Reworkings and Iconographic Fantasies · Counterfeit Ancient Armenian Coins in Internet Auctions · The Old Testament and Coins December 2006 · Ninety Years of Roman Republican Denarii 211 – 121 BCE · A Republican Foot-Note: The “P.SVLA,” “SAFRA” and “Mast and Sail” Aes Coins · Why Experimental Archaeology is Important to Numismatics November 2006 · Coins and Icons · Byzantine 101 – Part 3 · The Bronze Coinage of the Usurper Leontius October 2006 · Coining the New Testament: Numismatic Windows Into Biblical Narratives · The Tribute Penny Debate Revisited · A Jewish Temple on the Sela of Bar Kokhba: Construction Issues and the Miraculous Shamir September 2006 · Elephants in Ancient Numismatic History · Chemical Composition of a Group of Late Roman Bronzes, the So-Called “Monneron” Coins August 2006 · Images of Power and Glory on the Coinage of Trajan · The Titans: Hebrew Origins and Ancient Coinage · Faces of Empire – Part VII – Western Twilight, Eastern Glory, 325 - 561 July 2006 · Coins of the Greek Pentathlon · Taman Imitations – “Coins of the Unknown People” · A New Sidonian Chronology June 2006 · Gods, Monsters, Heroes and Salvation: A Review of the Mythology of Sicily · Coins Commemorate Croton’s Pythian Prizewinners May 2006 · Faces of Empire – Part VI – Crisis to Recovery: Trajan Decius to Constantine the Great, 250 – 325 · Distinctive Features of Kushan Coins – Part II · A Delta Tigress April 2006 · Distinctive Features of Kushan Coins – Part I · Notes on a Jerusalem Mintage Vespasian Tetradrachm · Parthian Forgeries: The Numismatic Evidence March 2006 · Severina – An Empress in Her Own Right? · Factors Influencing Auction Estimates and Final Prices of Larissa Facing Head Drachms · Officina Mark Development at the Mint of Antioch in the Third Century AD February 2006 · Faces of Empire – Part V – The Severans and Successors, 193 to 235 · Metrology – Getting to Know Your Coins · Empire and the Logic of English as the Language of Ancient Numismatic Scholarship January 2006 · Aphrodite: Classical Greek Goddess of War · The “Arcuated Lintel” on Ancient Coins · An Accidental Collection: Thessalian League Coinage December 2005 · The Later Roman Empresses · Face of Empire – Part IV – Hadrian and the Antonines · Boy Bishop Tokens of Medieval England November 2005 · Mt. Vesuvius – Anatomy of an Eruption · Faces of Empire – Part III – Flavians, Nerva and Trajan, 69 to 117 · Astronomer Hipparchus and His Globe: Back in the News Again October 2005 · Copper Owls: The Emergency Coinage of Athens 406 BC · Roman Die Found in Military Camp · The Constantinian Commemorative Issues of 317/318 AD September 2005 · Copies of Thasos Tetradrachms Revisited · Faces of Empire (Julius Caesar to Justinian) – Part IIB August 2005 · Otho on Horseback – A Rare and Historical Coin · Faces of Empire (Julius Caesar to Justinian) – Part II · A Numismatic Journey Through Egyptian Islamic History July 2005 · The Coins of Hsienyang – City of the First Emperor of China · Faces of Empire (Julius Caesar to Justinian) – Part I · Coins of Knossos and the Minotaur June 2005 · Faces of Empire (Julius Caesar to Justinian) – Introduction · Medusa the Centauress on Greek Coins · Nero: The Actor Emperor – Part IV · Ides of the Month of Augustus – Year 800 of the Founding of Rome May 2005 · The Coins of Alexandria – Four Regimes of Closed Currencies · The Numismatic Museum of Athens · Nero: The Actor Emperor – Part III · A New Greek Fraction April 2005 · The Mystery of the Left-Facing Denarius · Cistophoric Tetradrachms – An Overview · Nero: The Actor Emperor – Part II March 2005 · A Numismatic Conundrum · The Mystery of the Missing Mintmark · Nero: The Actor Emperor – Part I February 2005 · Errors on Biblical Coins · The Largest Herodian Coin: The Very First Dies · The Star on Bar Kochba’s Coins · Who Owns Objects? January 2005 · The Reign and Coinage of Xusro II Abarwiz · Some Countermarks and Other Manipulations on and with Roman Bronze Coins of Caligula and Nero · A Suggested Reattribution of a 13th Century Georgian AE Coin · Collecting Islamic Coinage – Getting Started December 2004 · Elagabalus: A Question of Character · Roman Libraries – Check It Out · New Collectors and Buying on the Internet November 2004 · Byzantine 101 – Part 2 · Medieval Coins, West African Gold: Secrets and Lies Behind the Trans-Saharan Trade – Part II · Parthian Drachm Coin Measurements and Conclusions October 2004 · Medieval Coins, West African Gold: Secrets and Lies Behind the Trans-Saharan Trade – Part I · Barbarism, Art, and Thracian Tetradrachms – Part IV September 2004 · Sekhmet, the Lioness Goddess: New Kingdom Egypt, Roman Africa, and Modern America – Egyptian Divinities on Roman Coins · Barbarism, Art, and Thracian Tetradrachms – Part III · Maximinus II or Julian II? Or Both? August 2004 · The Art of the Coinage of Mende · Barbarism, Art, and Thracian Tetradrachms – Part II · A beginner’s Ancient Journey · Pioneer Israeli Numismatist Ya’akov Meshorer Dies July 2004 · Barbarism, Art, and Thracian Tetradrachms · An Echo of Bucephalus and Aornos · Aphrodisias, City of Statues June 2004 · Medusa Coins: They’ll Transform You · Depictions of the Hero Perseus on Greek Coinage · Some Observations on Auction Markets · Statistical Analysis of Triton IV May 2004 · Vipsania on Roman Coins? · The Revolt of Poemenius at Trier · A Rare Coin of Thrasemundus of Maastricht · A Reused Gloria Exercitvs AE ¾ of Constantine the Great April 2004 · Dacian and Celtic Imitations of Republican Denarii · Twelve Caesars, Nine Years and 856 Dollars · Special “Humor in Numismatics” Section · Silphium Again · Ring Money Makes Big Money March 2004 · Roman Provincial Coins III: The Statues in the Temples and Shrines · The Moon is a Harsh Mistress – The Rise and Fall of Cleopatra II Selene · Explaining the Market Price of the “Tribute Penny: Evidence from 132 Auctions February 2004 · Crescent and Star and Related Images – A Historical Perspective · Hellenistic Influences on Hasmonean Attitudes Toward Graven Images and Shekels of Tyre · A Classical Romance January 2004 · “Horse/Palm Tree” Tetradrachms: The First Carthaginian Coins · Campgate Bronzes and Roman Fire Signalling · Apollo Lykeios in Ancient Tarsus Numismatics December 2003 · First Christian Symbols on Roman Imperial Coins · Roman Imperial Persons in North America · Coins and Contraceptives: The Plant that Made Kyrene Famous November 2003 · Magna Graecia and Coins · Was Claudius Really Gothicus? · Arethusa, Peerless Nymph! · Lucius Aelius Sejanus October 2003 · In Owl We Trust · Astronomical Roman Coins · A Coin’s Tale · Collection Management Software: An Old Problem with New Solutions September 2003 · Five Olympian Goddesses: Part I – Aphrodite · The Solidi of the Byzantine Interregnum 608 – 610 · Ancient Japan Has Its ‘12’ Coins to Collect August 2003 · A Double Entendre in the Alexandrian Bigas of Triptolemos · An Unpublished Alexandrian Coin of Augustus · Electrum · Sixth Century Countermarking on Roman Imperial Bronzes July 2003 · Single Digit Dated Coins – An Anomaly from the Late Middle Ages · Watching the Hammer Fall – Part II · A Brief History of Larissa June 2003 · Venus Victrix on Roman Coin Reverses · Nero, Master of Propaganda · Watching the Hammer Fall May 2003 · A Re-Assessment of the Dating and Identification of Etruscan Coinage · Images of the Cult Practices on the Coinage of Elagabalus · Cultic Images or Ship’s Prow? A New Look at Pilate’s Coinage · Honest Asclepius vs. Sly Old Hermes? April 2003 · The Art of Roman Sacrifice · Byzantine 101 – Part I · Pipe Dreams: The Hydraulis · Crowns and Headdresses on the Small Bronzes of Roman Egypt March 2003 · Aspects of the Serpent · Cypriot Imperial Coinage Under Augustus, 30 – 22 BC · The Cappadocian King Ariarathes VI and the Star on the Tiara – An Unique Drachm February 2003 · Julia Mamaea – A Woman in Charge? · Swimming River Gods in Ancient Cilician Numismatics · Unicorns, Uni-Capricorn and Cornucopia – A Judaic Link? January 2003 · The Coins of Pompeii · Countermarks on Popular Ancient Silver Coins – Part II · The Philosophy of Collecting · An Unrecorded Cilician Type Combination and Iconography December 2002 · Countermarks on Popular Ancient Coins – Part I · Coinage for Redeeming the Firstborn: An Ancient and Modern Jewish Ritual · On the Road to Which Emmaus, Which Nicopolis? November 2002 · Good Help is Hard to Find · The Pharaoh and the Prophet · Veiled and Draped Bust Right · Unevenly Split Coin: A Misfired Blow October 2002 · Roman Provincial Coins II: The Statues in the Temples and Shrines – Personified Geography, Powerful Gods and Young Heroes · Just My Claudius II Ant’s Worth · In the Eye of the Beholder September 2002 · The Falling Horseman: An Internet-Based Examination · A Brief Introduction to the Celtic Potin Coinage of Gaul · On Becoming a Collector July 2002 · Portraits and Representations of Alexander the Great · Caligula – The Emperor as Autocrat, Part III · Dated Palaeologan Coinage June 2002 · Ubi Tu Gaius (On Roman Marriage) · Caligula – The Emperor As Autocrat, Part II · ‘Firsts’ in Ancient Judaean Coins · How Ancient Coins Can Be Used to Teach History May 2002 · Caligula – The Emperor as Autocrat, Part I · Hannibal – Father of the Roman Denarius · Bar Kokhba’s Trumpet Coins of the Second Revolt · A New Model for Elymaean Royal Chronology April 2002 · The Battle of Actium and the Ram · The Petrie Bequest to Canada’s National Currency Collection · Revisiting a “Counterfeit” Bar Kokhba Sela · Numismatic Evidence for a New Seleucid King: Seleucus (VII) Philometor · New Inscription Alters Elymais Type Chronology March 2002 · Julia Domna – The Philosopher · The Face that Launched 80,000 Deaths · Bellum Civile: The Coinage of Marcus Junius Brutus Marks the End of the Republic February 2002 · The Antoniniani of Philip the Arab · Art and History in Ravenna · On Rarity – Rarity and the Value of Ancient Roman Coins January 2002 · Roman Provincial Coins: The Statues in the Temples and Shrines · Misattribution of Alexander III Tetradrachms · A New Roman Republican Owl Quinarius December 2001 · Delphi – City at the Center of the Earth · Foiled by Fourrees? · Gravimetric Data in General Works on Greek Coins November 2001 · Early Central Asian Imitations III: Coinage of Heliokles I and the Kushan Connection · The Helmeted Head of Roma, Facing Left · The Judaean Prutahs Minted Under Tiberius October 2001 · Cleopatra of Egypt: From History to Myth – A New Exhibition at the Field Museum in Chicago · The Great God of Odessos – Darzalas · Some Unpublished and Rare Coins from Ancient Cilicia · The Art of Grading Ancient Coinage September 2001 · The Secret of Orichalcum · Reflections of a Hymn to Demeter and the Eleusinian Mysteries · Jewish Names of Kings on Biblical Coins Reflect the Name of G-d August 2001 · Eating with the Romans · Valens’ “Gavdivm Romani Popvli” · The Antoninianus – the Standard Coin of 3rd Century Rome July 2001 · Faustina the Younger – the New Messalina? · The Influence of Ancient Monetization on Human Psychohistory · East is East and West is West · Celtic News · A New Solidus of Constans as Augustus at Heraclea June 2001 · Front Side, Back Side, Which Side? · Early Central Asian Imitations II: Athenian Owls and After · Adultery, Murder and Divorce: The Literary Evidence of Domitia, Julia and Domitian May 2001 · Gallic Arms for a Syrian Victory?: The Apollo Sosianus Frieze and its Numismatic Precedents · The Genius of Alexandria: Another Viewpoint · The Rediscovery of an ‘Old Friend’ April 2001 · The River as God – The Actuality of the Perception of Antiquity · Hengistbury Hairy · Numismatists (And Archaeologists) Remembered II · The True Meaning Behind the Debased Marc Antony Legionary “Denarii” of the Late First Century BC · A Hole Through “The Looking Glass” March 2001 · Roman 1st Century AES and Their Countermarks · If Money Could Talk · “DOC” Like an Egyptian · U.S. Declines Italy’s Request to Impose Restrictions on Ancient Coins · Numismatics and Antiquarian Dr. Leo Mildenberg Dies in Zurich February 2001 · An Unrecognized Representation of Alexander the Great on Hadrian’s Alexandrian Coinage · Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part III · Silphium Rediscovered · The Life and Times of Galla Placidia January 2001 · Masinissa, King of Numidia, a Forgotten Monarch from Ancient History · Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part II · The Bishop’s Coin December 2000 · Recent Studies in Parthian History: Part 1 · The Cities of South Central and Eastern Cilicia: An Ancient Numismatist’s Paradise · John Frederick Bergman, Numismatic Bookseller - Friend November 2000 · Cornucopia – A Horn of Plenty · A New Iconography for the Electrum Coins of Kyzikos · Interpreting Celtic River Findings · New Israel Numismatic Journal 13 Published Honoring Dr. Arie Kindler October 2000 · Silphium, Silver and Strife: The History of Kyrenaika and Its Coinage · Investigating a Unique Byzantine Weight · Numismatica Oldgreek Computer Font Enters Test Phase · Coin of Herod the Great: Star or Crest? September 2000 · Faustina the Elder – The Eternal Empress · Pseudo-Byzantine Coinage From Seventh Century Syria · Caravan Foundation Holds “King ‘N Things” Conference · Numismatists Remembered August 2000 · Laur., Dr. and Cuir. Bust Right · Euclid’s Proposition on Ancient Turtles and Tortoises · From the Hand of a Master – the Antiochene Follis of Phocas · The Information Needs of Academic Numismatists July 2000 · Early Central Asian Imitations I: The Coinage of Eukratides I · A Seleucid Mint at Samaria-Sebaste? · Pula’s Ancient Stones June 2000 · Celtic Currency Bars Found in River · The Emperor Magnentius: His Life and Coinage – Part 2 · Estate Planning for the Collector May 2000 · The Emperor Magnentius: His Life and Coinage – Part I · Coins of the Kushan Kings – Part 2 · The Slavey Interview – Part 2 April 2000 · Coins of the Kushan Kings – Part 1 · The Slavey Interview – Part 1 · Coins Minted in the Year Zero? · Review of the New Book on the Du Chastel Collection March 2000 · Late Roman Barbarous Bronze Coinage · ‘Busted’ · Charles H. Wolfe, Long-time Dealer and Specialist in Ancient Coinage, Dies · Husband of British Queen Changes His Name February 2000 · Numismatic Mythology: The Myth of Lycurgus · Coins Date Ancient Shipwrecks · Statistical Analyses of Triton III · In Remembrance of Dr. Arthur Stone Dewing January 2000 · Sabina – Wife of the “Greekling” · Dor – Ruler of the Seas and a Lead Weight Attributed to It · Brutus Revisited · A Brief Dip into Roman Bathing December 1999 · Pankration and Greek Coins · What’s in a Name? Decipherment of a Carthaginian Exergue Inscription · The Athenian Treasury Hoard · Cultural Property Advisory Committee Reviews Italian Request for Import Restrictions November 1999 · The Coins of Tiryns · Mithradates VI or M. Junius Brutus? · Diana on a Denarius of Nerva · Images of Christ on the Coins of Justinian II · An Interview with David R. Sear October 1999 · A Ptolemaic Pentekaidekadrachm · An Unrecorded Denarius of Pescennius Niger · Coin World to Publish New Roman Coinage Book · More on Faustina Junior’s Coinage September 1999 · Plotina – The New Livia · Barbarians and Romans: The Mint of Rome Under Odovacar and the Ostrogoths A.D. 476 - 554 · Gold Staters of Brutus · A 4th Century B.C. Hoard of Macedonian AE Coins August 1999 · The Sasanian King Xusro II ‘The Great’, AD 590 – 628, and His Coinage · Mater Castrorum, the Coinage of Faustina the Younger – Part II · Perseus and Andromeda · The Carthaginian Silver Five-Shekel and the Electrum Three-Shekel Coins July 1999 · Mater Castrorum, the Coinage of Faustina the Younger – Part I · Collecting Sesterii of the 12 Caesars · A Coin from the Kingdom of Tylis · Hercules and the Giant Antaeus June 1999 · The History of the Aegis · Re-Tooled Antonine Medallions · Aristotle’s Herpetology · Ursone – the City of the Bears · Special Exhibition at Dumbarton Oaks · British Museum; Dept. of Coins and Medals May 1999 · Domitia Longina: The Survivor · The Crime of Diogenes · The Thunder Cult of Zeus on Roman Coins · Astronomy and Healing in Ancient Meso-America April 1999 · John of Brienne, The Crusade of Damietta · Claudius: The Man, Times and Coinage – Part III · The Last Roman Emperor · A Pair of Holed Rarities March 1999 · Fabled Kore: The Goddess of Sardis · Claudius: Part II · The Roman Triumphal Arch · The “Parthian Dark Age” February 1999 · Claudius: The Man, Times and Coinage – Part I · Rob Morris: American Numismatic Trailblazer · Three Graces’ Mythology and Coinage · Julia Domna: The Other Woman? A Twin? January 1999 · Agrippina the Younger: Mother of Nero · Survey of Antony and Cleopatra Coins · Slavey: The Truth Behind the Legend · Bronze Coins of Thrace and the Black Sea · Gold Stater of Lysimachus Revisited December 1998 · Architecture on ‘Tesserae Lusoriae’ · Coins of the Roman Mines · Questions Pertaining to Greek Silver Coins With Low Specific Gravities November 1998 · Imitations of 11th Century Byzantine Coins Found on the Taman Peninsula · More Anonymous Bronzes · On the Reverse Pattern on the Silver Coins from Corcyra, Apollonia and Dyrrhachium · A Celtic Copper Conumdrum October 1998 · The Christogram: Mithraic Map of the Cosmos? · The English Moneyers’ “Bloody Christmas” · Analyzing Armenian Coin Values September 1998 · Agrippina the Elder: Heroine of the Rhine Bridge · Collecting Chinese Cash · Diocletian and Images of Concord August 1998 · The Mythic Connection of Snakes in the Ancient World · Romans and Armenia, Chapter 4 · Anonymous Byzantine Coin Designs · Ancient Coin Grading and Description July 1998 · Antonia: Mother of Claudius · The Horae: The Four Seasons in Roman Numismatics · The ‘Standing Caliph’ Coinage · Ancient Coins as Cultural Property: A Legal Perspective on Numismatics and the Antiquities Trade June 1998 · Symbolism of the Sphere · Romans and Armenia, Chapter 3 · What Can Archaeologists Learn from Stone Tools? · Euthydemus I, King of Bactria: A Portrait Raises Questions May 1998 · Xenophon’s ‘Anabasis’, 401 – 399 BC · Monkey Business at the Alexandrian Mint · Numismatics and the Antiquities Trade April 1998 · Livia: The First Lady of Rome · Lysander: A Head and a Tale · An Ancient Amulet – and a Modern Healing · Romans and Armenia, Chapter 2 · Sir Peter Paul Rubens: Part 3, the Painter March 1998 · Roman Coins and Medals Relating to Armenia · Macedonian Myths on Coins of Archelaus · Cleaning Ancient Coins: A Chemist’s View · The Astrolabe of Amirdovlat · Sir Peter Paul Rubens: Part II, the Illustrator February 1998 · Coinage from the Fortress City of Termessos · The Caduceus and the Staff of Aesculapius · Ancient Coins Show They Knew It Was Round · Elusive Dated Coins of the Decade 1451 – 1460 · Sir Peter Paul Rubens: Part I, the Collector January 1998 · Numismatic Evidence of a Benevolent Biblical Goddess · The Portraits of Julia Domna · The Artistic Terracottas of Tanagra · Quantum Leap in Constantinople · Ancient Anecdotes: Coins of the Twelve Caesars December 1997 · St. Nicholas: A Myth from the Roman Era · The Numismatic ‘Written Word’ · A Great Time to be Collecting Severans · The 13th Century Venetian Grosso · The Roman Plough: A Measure of History November 1997 · Nerva: A Biographical and Numismatic Profile · The Coinage of Olbia and Its Evolution · Pre-Columbian Ailments in Figurines · A Coin from Ancient Poseidonia · Magnifying Lenses Revisited October 1997 · Jerusalem Siege Coin of 69/70 C.E. · The Origin of Coinage: Evolution of a Theory · Fraternal Hatred: Caracalla and Geta September 1997 · The Filius Augusti of the Tetrarchic Period · The Politics and Coins of Constantine VII · The Athenian Plague of 430 B.C. August 1997 · A Look at Tacitus and the Interregnum · Coins Depicting Republican Gladiators · The History and Coinage of Kolophon · The Hephthalite Akhshanor July 1997 · The Coin Portraits of Alexander the Great · Analyses of Counterfeit Armenian Coins · Unpublished Coin Depicting Daphne · Cuneiform in Nummis June 1997 · Mithradates Used Coins and Comets as Propaganda · The Relative Absence of Amphibians on Greek Coins · The Empresses’ Hairdos on Roman Coinage: Part 2 · Turtle Coinage Raises Interesting Questions May 1997 · Why Are You So Sure It’s a Fake? · Athenian Coinage: Progress and Problems · The Empresses’ Hairdos on Roman Coinage April 1997 · Dyrrachium: Rome’s Doorway to Greece · Feline Motifs on Ancient Coinage · Visiting the Ancient City of Trier March 1997 · Die Links Among Drachms of the Bar Kokhba War · The Portrait Tetradrachms of Antimachos · The Benefits of Ancient Coin Clubs February 1997 · Caracalla and Human Sacrifice? · Third Party Identification and Attribution · Tale of the Ties: Part 2 January 1997 · The Medallion of the Emperor Commodus · The Abstract Coinage of Iberian Ulia · An Ancient Tracian Coin Collection December 1996 · Was Nero the Natural Son of Claudius? · Titus: Darling of the Human Race? Part III · At the Heart of Collecting November 1996 · History and Coinage of the Emperor Heraclius · Titus: Darling of the Human Race? Part II · Ethics: One Dealer’s Perspective October 1996 · Money of the Magyars and their Predecessors · Updating the Thorngrafton Hoard · Titus: Darling of the Human Race? Part I September 1996 · The Coins of Colonia Augusta Nemausus · The Uncertainty of the Brescia Medallion · Ancient Coins and the Internet August 1996 · Accession Silver of Maximinus Thrax · Evidence for the Badge of Phanes · Illiterate Die Engravers? July 1996 · The Signed Bronzes of Syracuse · Introduction to Byzantine Weights · Women Healers on Ancient Coinage · EDXRF: Fun with Ancient Coins June 1996 · Telephos: The Myth, the Coins, the Exhibition · An Unpublished Drachm of Lysimachus · Syrian and Phoenician Tetradrachms · Tourette’s and the Julio-Claudians May 1996 · Syrian and Phoenician Tetradrachms · Greek Influenced Portrait Coins of India · Investing in our Future April 1996 · The Distinctive Coinage of Sicilian Naxos · The “Crown of Thorns” on Ancient Coinage · Minerva Victrix: Domitian’s Final War · The Bearded Virgin of Isaac II March 1996 · Pan’s Lagobolon on the Coins of Antigonus Gonatas · Astrological Omens: Caesar’s Fortune · What, if Anything, is a Byzantine · Mint Marks on Roman Coins February 1996 · Athenian Didrachm Census · Carausius: Menapiae Civis · The “Crouching” Horse of Larissa · Akragas Bronze: A Fiduciary Coinage January 1996 · Coins on Ancient Roman New Year’s Lamps · The Voice of Classical Greek · The Real “Tribute Penny” · Auctions: Some Basic Information December 1995 · Caracalla as Alexander Novus · Die Links: A Tool for the Numismatist · Septimius Severus: Superstitious Emperor? · Roman Britain and its Coinage November 1995 · Coinage of the Lycian League · Julian II: Philosopher-Emperor · The Antoniniani of Probus · The Collector and the Beyond October 1995 · Julian the Apostate: The Philosopher-Emperor · A Coin Quest: Exploring the Museums of Greece and Turkey · Meroe: A Fabulous Ancient Kingdom Without a Coinage September 1995 · Return of the Captured Standards · The History of Legio XXI RAPAX · The Patina of Ancient Coins · Otho: The Wig and the Coin August 1995 · The Triumphal Coinage of Vespasian and Titus · The Personal Names of the Roman Emperors · How Can You Tell They Are Real? July 1995 · Rescuing the Past: Trajan Decius · The Strength and Size of Maximinus I Thrax · Maps on Ancient Coins June 1995 · The “Danube Bridge” on the Coinage of Trajan · Non-Destructive Analysis of Ancient Coins · The Results of “A Little Learning” May 1995 · Blood on the Moon in Aquarius · Internet Coin and Antiquities Resources · Lucius Opimius: Consul for the Wine Lover April 1995 · The Circus Maximus · Ancient Minting Mistakes · The “Tribal” Coinage of Ancient India · A Follis of Maximinus II Daza March 1995 · Nero’s Goiter: A Modern Diagnosis · The Significance of Laurel Wreath Ties · An Unusual Artuqid-Zengid Coin · Biblical Coinage Checklists February 1995 · The Silphium Connection · Livilla’s Portrait on Roman Coinage? · Mars the Defender and the Siege of Antioch · The Rise and Fall of Philip the Arab January 1995 · The So-Called “Butting Bull” on Ancient Coinage · Meteorites: Sacred Stones of Ancient Rome · The Mysterious Coins of the Etruscans December 1994 · The Bees of Ephesos: Coinage and Commerce · The Unholy Triangle of Seleucid Coinage · Error Coins Stir the Imagination November 1994 · Astrological Omens: The Ides of March · Sasanian Bronze Coins Minted in Alexandria · The Case of the Curious Coin of Caligula October 1994 · Re-Examining the Reign of Domitian · Coins of the 14th Century Popes · Imagery Indicates Cultural Values September 1994 · Aqueducts on Ancient Roman Coinage · Corinth: Games, Myths and Coinage · Coins of the 14th Century Popes · Imagery Indicates Cultural Values August 1994 · Computer Software for the Collector · Computer Databases and Ancient Coins · Additional Christodoulos Dies Revealed · RIC: The History of a Remarkable Series July 1994 · The Fertility Snake on Coins of Roman Alexandria · Exploring the Coinage of Aelia Capitolina · Eutychides’ Tyche of Antioch June 1994 · Classical Mythology and Spiritual Energy · Italian Renaissance Portrait Medals · Survey of 12 Caesars Portrait Denarii May 1994 · The Incense Road: The Coinage of South Arabia · Three Previously Unconfirmed Roman Coins · Uratu: An Armenian Metalworking Center · The Reign of Gordianus Pius April 1994 · Capricorn: Horoscope of Augustus · Line Drawings the Easy Way · A Quadrans of Caligula March 1994 · The Aurei from the Fabulous Boscoreale Treasure · Pedigree of Nero: A Case Study of Roman Nobility · A Four-Day Quadrans of Claudius February 1994 · Eunus Antiochus: A Slave Revolt in Sicily · “Great Seleucid Catalogue”: A Work in Progress · Consecration Phenomena of Faustina the Elder · The Puteal Depicted on Roman Coins January 1994 · Operation Petticoat: The Rescue of Thebes · Reconstruction of the “Bavarian Collection” · The Coinage and Commerce of Cyrene · In Memoriam: Khatchadour Mousheghian December 1993 · “Varus, Give Me Back My Coinage” · Hercules Commodianus: Part II · The Real King Arthur? · The Roman Legions November 1993 · The History and Coinage of Commodus · New Varieties of Byzantine Coins · BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΛYΣIMAXOY · Fear of Flying October 1993 · For the Welfare of the Human Race · Rams Used on Ancient Warships · Overstruck Bronze Coins of Armenia · Philip III Arrhidaeus September 1993 · The Column of Trajan on Roman Coinage · More on Mythological Interpretation · Horned Horse Head on Coins of Seleucus I August 1993 · Black Sea Hoard Controversy: RIP · Iberia Part 3: Late Republic and Early Empire · Zeus and Hercules: Men or Myth? · Tarpeia and the Omina Lunae July 1993 · The Pharos of Alexandria on Coinage · Iberia Part 2: The Roman Conquest of Spain · Revolt, War, and Victory: A.D. 350 – 353 · Ancient Coins as Sacred Objects · Alauddin Khaiji: Superman June 1993 · Iberia Part 1: Spain Before the Romans · The Ancient Kingdom of Aksum · A Coin Deserving More Research · Inflation: Nothing New in Coinage May 1993 · A New Distater of Alexander · Slavery and Coins in the Roman World · Portrait Coins of ScipioAfricanus? · Godfrey and the Cross of Jerusalem · Armenian Silver Hoard Discovered April 1993 · From the Coin’s Point of View · Astrological Omens on Roman Coinage · The Incuse Coinage of Southern Italy · Barbarous Copies from Northern Europe March 1993 · The Altar of Lugdunum · The Fall of Rome: Anastasius I · Duplication of Cuneiform Tablets · Rakicic’s Reverie Resumes February 1993 · The First Greek Wrestler-Type Coin · The Fall of Rome: The Second Reign of Zeno · Astrological Reference on Trajan Aureus · Mythology: The Material and the Spiritual January 1993 · Imitations of Gordian III Antoniniani · The Fall of Rome and the First Reign of Zeno · Inscription Solves Characene Mystery December 1992 · Discovery: Light Miliarense of Valentinian III · The Fall of Rome and the Reign of Leo I · Twilight Coin Zone Revisited November 1992 Note: Cover erroneously lists this as Vol. 6, No. 10, October 1992 (same as previous month’s issue) · Vota Publica: The Origins of Voting · The Pixodarus-Alexander Affair · Cursaders and Their Coinage · The Romans at Neneveh October 1992 · Coinage of the Byzantine Emperor Herakleios · Fel Temp Reparatio: Protecting the Frontiers · The Double Axe: Symbol of Power September 1992 · Detection of Altered and Counterfeit Ancient Coins Requires Basic Understanding · Examination of Die-Engraving Technique Exposes “Black Sea Hoard” Coins as Modern · Clubs and Societies Offer a Variety of Benefits and Activities for the Collector August 1992 · Architectural Consecration Coins of Maxentius · The Dove Depicted on the Coinage of Sicyon · Explorations of the Ancient Phoenicians · Arsacid Bronze Drachms of Elymais July 1992 · Ancient Olympia: The Place, The Games · Dark Age Britain: The Rise of the Saxons · Psychoanalysis of the Numismatist · The Coinage of Armenia June 1992 · Dark Age Britain: The Retreat of Rome · Flood Story Inspired Coin Motif · Claudius: A Classical Syndrome Diagnosed · Julio-Claudian Coin Reunion May 1992 · Consecratio Issues of Ancient Rome · The Lyre and the Kithera on Greek Coinage · Byzantine Coin Denominational Markings · Cataloging an Ancient Coin Collection · An Hypothesis on the Earliest Coinage April 1992 · Propaganda on the Coins of Lysimachos · Shops and Shopkeepers in Ancient Rome · Wonder Drug Depicted on Ancient Coins · The Romans: A Psychological Profile March 1992 · Pre-Renaissance Collecting of Ancient Coins · Popular Legion X References Refuted · Ililianius: The Lost Emperor · Tale of the 25-Cent Jotapian Antoninianus February 1992 · Opposing Worlds are Revealed on Judaean Coin · Roman Republic: Another Look at Chronology · Inflation and Roman Conquests · Land of the Queen of Sheba; Frankincense and Myrrh January 1992 · “Portus”: The Ancient Roman Harbor at Ostia · Magna Mater: Later History and Final Demise · Portrayal of a “EID MAR” Fouree · Did Herod Have Congestive Heart Failure? December 1991 · New Light Shed on the Christmas Star · Ancient Mauretania: Coins and Architecture · Dating of Iberian Coinage Discussed · Byzantine Coinage: The Last Icon November 1991 · Samarian Coins Revealed · The Globe Depicted on Roman Coins · Warrior Queen Humbled Romans · The Caduceus on Ancient Coinage · A Reverie in Attic Key October 1991 · The Colosseum on Roman Coins · The Storage of Coins and Medals · Arsacid Prince Resurfaces after 2,000 Years · Ancient Coin Hosts “This is Your Lifetime” · History of Ancient Coin Forgers September 1991 · Demetrios Poliorcetes: Theatrical Mentality · Demetrios Poliorcetes and the Siege of Rhodes · New Chronology for Coins of Gondophares · Making Plastic Replicas of Ancient Coins · Casting Methods for Cylinder Seals August 1991 · Hoplitodromos: The Hoplite Race in Armor · Ancient Armament Portrayed on Roman Coins · Making Sense of Greek Coin Weight Standards · Sources of Gold in the Ancient World July 1991 · Diocletian’s Silvered Bronze Coinage · Pius II and the Ninth Crusade · Tale of the “Tribute Penny” · Ancient Drama and Coinage June 1991 · New Data on Hasmonean Coins · “Indian Type” Denarii of Tiberius · Journey to the Time of Alexander May 1991 · Magna Mater: The Early Empire · Homer is Honored on Greek Coinage · Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion April 1991 · The Ultimate Hellenistic Portrait · Nineteenth Dynasty Tombs in Egypt · PAX as Propaganda on Coins of Commodus March 1991 · Arras Hoard Still Raising Questions · Constantinian Campgate: Turrets or Beacons? · Common Coins: Uncommon Men February 1991 · Magna Mater: Socio-Political History · Battle of Ipsus Defined Hellenistic World · “Meet the Coins” Selects the Most Famous Female from the Past January 1991 · Magna Mater: Roman Mother Goddess · Constantine’s Vision: A New Hypothesis · Mythological Themes in Greek Coinage · Understanding Style: Part 4 December 1990 · Baths of Constantine Reinterpreted · Roman Army in China? · Count Dracula the Numismatist · Fakes and Forgeries · Understanding Style: Part 3 November 1990 · The Gemma Tiberiana · Tale of the Gorgon · Trajan Sestertius Visits New York · Understanding Style: Part 2 October 1990 · Coinage of King Croesus · New Sassanian Mint Discovered · Late Roman Hoard Traced · Understanding Style: Part 1 September 1990 · Etruscan Coins and Culture · Temple of Isis at Pompeii · Twilight Coin Zone August 1990 · Timeless Tradition: Origin of Piggy Bank Traced to Life Style of Romans · Classical Images: Turkoman Die-Engraver Borrowed Hellenistic Motif July 1990 · Propaganda and Symbolism: Coinage of Brutus Reveals Strong Republican Views · Economics and Coinage: Chios Served as Major Trade Center in Ancient Aegean June 1990 · Roman Alphabet: Engraver’s Tools Dictated Style of Letters on Coins · Propaganda and Symbolism: Caesar Used Coinage to Further Political Ambitions May 1990 · Egyptian Archaeology: Despite Grave Robbers, Undiscovered Tombs May Remain · Propaganda and Symbolism: Life of Common Man Revealed in Roman Imperial Coinage April 1990 · Paphlagonian History: Tyche is Identified as Goddess on Coins of Kromna · Renaissance Art: Humanism Motivated Pisanello to Create Medals March 1990 · Déjà vu: Second Century Civil Wars Were History Rerun · Coming to America: Ancient Coins Were Part of Conquistador’s Chattel February 1990 · Roman Undertype: Judean Rebel Denarius Reflects 2nd Century Turmoil · Buried for Centuries: Coins of Pompeii Provide Clues to Daily Roman Life January 1990 · Roman Africa: Vandals Issued Crude Silver and Bronze Coinage · Trajan Decius: Draco Was Used as a Standard for Roman Legions December 1989 · Coins Reflect History: Tarsus Coinage Commemorated the Great Sandon · Abbasids – Part Three: Deterioration of Caliphate Power Traced in Coinage November 1989 · Philosophy in Art: Influence of Plotinus Led to “Hard Style” in Coinage · Abbasids – Part Two: Political and Fiscal Elements Influence Coinage October 1989 · Symbols Important: Pegasos Was Corinth’s Logo · Abbasid Overthrow Resulted in Changed Coinage September 1989 · Cinderella Coins: Rarities Not Expensive · Year of Impact: Coins of 44 BC Hold Special Place in History August 1989 · Mini-series of the Ancients: Kings of Cappadocia Struck Independent Coinage · Aelia Capitolina Colony Important Under Hadrian July 1989 · Anchors, Elephants, and More: Seleucid Coin Symbols Reveal History of an Epoch · Umayyad and Abbasid Relationship Rethought (part two) · Flourishing Art: Luristan Became a Center of Skilled Metalworkers June 1989 · Umayyad and Abbasid relationship is Rethought · Literature Points Out Knowledge of Magnifiers May 1989 · New Interpretation: Historical Event Inspired Turkoman Coin Type · Coins of Aigina Indicate Historical Political Change April 1989 · Coins Cataloged: Trebizond Issued Independent Series of Bronzes · Beware the Ides: Calendar’s Origin Complex March 1989 · Library a Marvel: Ptolemaic Dynasty Fostered Scholarly Research · Unrecorded: Legion Symbols Claimed February 1989 · New Issues Found: Isaac Comnenus: Just a Little Empire on Cyprus · Commercial Importance: Rhodos Coins Reflect Trade January 1989 · 7th Century Radical Reform led to a Truly Islamic Style of Coinage · For Beginners: Dealer Offers Helpful Tips December 1988 · Reflection of Beauty: Greek Art Pervaded Coins · Artistic Choice: Archaic Style Lived On November 1988 · Seutonius Related Character of the 12 Caesars · Two Megawatts Scientist Nukes Ancients October 1988 · Jewish Bronze Coins Help Clarify Biblical History · Fathers’ Day Gift: Shekel Inspires Research September 1988 · Mules Seen as Coinage of Necessity – Not Error · Distinctive Style Eastern Severan Coins Attract Collectors August 1988 · Arab-Sasanian Copper Presents Varied Typology · Queen of Palmyra Zenobia Struck Coinage for Propaganda July 1988 · Necessity Played Key Role in Roman Coin Changes · Third in a Series: Sasanian Motifs Used in Islamic Coinage June 1988 · Celestial Displays Inspired Ancient Coin Designs · Alexandrian Coins Used Distinctive Dating System May 1988 · Literary Sources Reveal Buying Power of Drachm · Coin Aids Attribution of Balbinus Portrait Bust April 1988 · Islamic Conquerors Adapted Local Byzantine Coinage March 1988 · Portraiture Dominated Coinage of the Romans February 1988 · Calligraphers Created Dies for Islamic Coinage · Judaean History is Traced With Coins January 1988 · Celator Celebrates Year of Accomplishment · Egyptian and Roman Cults Mix in Nome Coinage · Master Images Reflected in Coins from Antiquity · Special Center Pullout: Numismatic Pilot to Ancient Coins and Their Uses Vol. 1, No. 1, 1876 Dec 1987 · Quality Coin Photos Oct/Nov 1987 · Coins of Roman Egypt Combine Many Cultures Aug/Sep 1987 · Byzantine Emperor Links Present to Past Jun/Jul 1987 · Auctions Highlight Collector Interest Apr/May 1987 · Fifth Century Byzantine Lamp Reflects Contemporary Gold Coins Feb/Mar 1987 · Consular Coins Commemorated Giving of Gifts and Public 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