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Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya

Ancient Amaseia, Turkey (British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monographs, 27)

by Stanley Ireland

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Published by British Inst of Archaeology at .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, banknotes, medals, seals, numismatics,
  • Middle & Near Eastern archaeology,
  • Turkey,
  • Ancient - General,
  • Archaeology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11361989M
    ISBN 100901405531
    ISBN 109780901405531

      Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya is a worthy successor to the previous volumes in the RNS/BIAA project to publish the provincial collections of Turkish museums, and it is hoped that through the high quality of this catalogue and the other monographs in the series, this type of project might also gain some popularity in.   His new book, "The Byzantine Republic: People and Power in New Rome" (Harvard University Press), defies the received wisdom in Byzantine studies by insisting that Byzantium, as the Eastern Roman Empire is usually known, was a Roman republic in which the people were sovereign.

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Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya by Stanley Ireland Download PDF EPUB FB2

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey Book Description: The rich numismatic collections of Turkish provincial museums are still relatively unknown and this volume presents for the first time the coinage in the museum of Amasya, which, under its ancient name of Amaseia, was one of the major centres of.

The book is very well produced and will surely serve for a long time.' Antiqu This volume is a heroic piece of work. The author (and his wife) have spent four (hot) summers visiting the Museum at Amasya patiently and painstakingly cataloguing its holdings of Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins.

This volume is the result. Format: Hardcover. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins in the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey. London: Royal Numismatic Society: British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S Ireland; Helen Ireland; Royal Numismatic Society.; British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara.

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins Roman the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey by S. Ireland,available at Book Depository with free delivery : S. Ireland. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins in the Museum at Amasya (Ancient Amaseia), Turkey. London: Royal Numismatic Society: British Institute of And Byzantine Coins in the Museum at Amasya book at Ankara, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: S Ireland; Helen Ireland; Royal.

Description: Book Description The rich numismatic collections of Turkish provincial museums are still relatively unknown and this volume presents for the first time the coinage in the museum of Amasya, which, under its ancient name of Amaseia, was one of the major centers of north-east Anatolia.

Amasya (Greek: Ἀμάσεια) is a city in northern Turkey and is the capital of Amasya Province, in the Black Sea from east, Tokat and Yozgat from south, Çorum from west, Samsun from north.

The city of Amasya (Turkish pronunciation:), the Amaseia or Amasia of antiquity, stands in the mountains above the Black Sea coast, set apart from the rest of Anatolia in a narrow valley Country: Turkey. Amasya Museum. THE AMASYA MUSEUM Roman bronze coins and Byzantine Period copper, Seljuk Period silver and golden coins of the Ottoman Empire, and they are exhibited in chronological order.

It is an example of civil architecture of the 19th century and was made by Hasan Talat Efendi working for Amasya Book Keeping Office.

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Founded in as the Numismatic Society of London, today’s society is international in subject and membership. Author:Lynda Mulvin; National Museum of Ireland. Roman & Byzantine antiquities in the National Museum of Ireland: a select catalogue [National Museum of Ireland monograph series, 3.].

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Ireland Over 4, coins held in the museum are catalogued, ranging in date from the 5th century BC until the 11th century AD. Most are finds from the surrounding region, but over 50 other mints in Asia Minor are represented and some coins come from as.