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No, the "other" Iberia (the one in the other Georgia)


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I stumbled upon this interesting article a few minutes ago, ostensibly about Georgia's relations with the EU but mostly about Transcaucasian imitations of Roman coins. There is a link at the bottom of the news article to an academic paper. My first thought is that in the numismatic trade, the imitations shown might be mistakenly offered as "Indian"...


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