2 edition of coinage of Abdera (540-345 B.C) found in the catalog.
coinage of Abdera (540-345 B.C)
J. M. F. May
|Statement||by J.M.F. May ; editedby C.M. Kraay and G.K. Jenkins.|
|Series||Special publications / Royal Numismatic Society -- no.3|
|Contributions||Kraay, Colin Mackennal, 1918-1982., Jenkins, G. K. 1918-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
THRACE, Abdera. Circa BC. AR Oktadrachm ( gm). Griffin seated left, right paw raised; grape cluster and Ð before / Quadripartite incuse square. May 38 (A32/P36 - this coin listed as specimen a). Toned, good VF. Hecataei Abderitae philosophi et historici bis mille abhinc annis longe celeberrimi Eclogae, sive, Fragmenta integri olim libri: De historia et antiquitatibus sacris veterum ebraeorum, graece et latine by Pseudo-Hecataeus (Book) 5 editions published in in Latin and Greek, Ancient and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Coinage of Abdera ( B. ) John Maunsell Frampton May. Royal Numismatic Society, - Coins, Greek - pages. 0 Reviews. The coinage of Abdera ( B.
) by John Maunsell Frampton May, unknown edition. Abdera, founded in B. by refugees from the Ionian city of Teos on the fertile and rich southern coast of Thrace, was one of the earliest major coin producers in the Northern Aegean. Its signiμcant silver coinage was studied meticulously by J.
May, The Coinage of Abdera ( BC) (London, ). Since this seminal work. May, The Coinage of Abdera ( BC), edited by Colin Kraay and G.
Jenkins, London,pages, 34 fine plates, red cloth, dust jacket. Near New. Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication No. Book near new with dust jacket slightly worn.
May re-established the sequence of issues between the foundation of Abdera in its capture by Phillip II of Macedon (c. Coinage of Abdera ( - B. There are pages and 24 clear, definitive plates of Rating: positive.
Afte Ther Coinage of Damastion ( and) Ainos, its History and Coinage (), we now have his third and las t book, published posthumously and t complemeno ; itt, two articles on the neighbouring mints of Dicaea and Maronea have appeare idn the Numismatic Chronicle for The coins of Abdera here discussed span almost two centuries.
Coins of Abdera [Book Review] John Barron. The Classical Review 18 (1) () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords No keywords specified (fix it) Categories Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (categorize this paper) DOI SXX. Ancient Coinage of Abdera in Thrace. Abdera was an important town on the Thracian coast, 17 km ENE of the mouth of the Nestos River, almost directly opposite the island of Thasos.
Browse the Abdera page with thumbnail images. CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE: AMNGThe coinage of Abdera ( B. ) by J. May; edited by C. Kraay and G. Jenkins Royal Numismatic Society London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
ABDERA (ca B. ) (town close to the village of Bulustra) See WildWinds Abdera page for coins which are not yet linked to this page - Autonomous coins, Silver.
Concave square and oxs head left within. Rev. : Griffin seated left on its hindlegs. 11 mm. Plate XV AΣΠA. : THE COINAGE OF ABDERA, ( B. ): Crown 4to, original red cloth, gilt. xi, (1),(2) pages; 24 fine plates.
Errata sheet tipped in. Near fine. The Coinage of Abdera ( BC) by J. May. Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication 3 (London) Red cloth with dust jacket. ABDERA (ca B. ) (town close to the village of Bulustra) See WildWinds Abdera page for coins which are not yet linked to this page: Autonomous coins.
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Abdera (Greek: Άβδηρα) is a municipality in the Xanthi regional unit of Thrace, classical antiquity, it was a major Greek polis on the Thracian coast. The ancient polis is to be distinguished from the municipality, which was named in its honor.
The polis lay 17 km east-northeast of the mouth of the Nestos River, almost directly opposite the island of strative region: Eastern Macedonia and Thrace. Masterpieces of Greek coinage: Essay and commentary by: Seltman, Charles Theodore, Published: () Die griechischen Munzen der Sammlung Warren by: Regling, Kurt, Published: ().
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Jenkins, h (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Author: John Maunsell Frampton May. Definitions en An individual who issued coins at the ancient city of Abdera, BC.
See J. May, The Coinage of Abdera ( B. ) (London, ), pp. Coins, Ancient Measurement: 22 mm (millimeters, diameter) g (grams, weight) Notes: Items in the Cornell Coins Collection are meant for inventory and reference purposes metadata may not be complete in all cases.
Bibliography: BMC - Thrace, Vol. 3, pp Grose, The McClean Greek Coins, Vol. 2, p, Head, Historia Nummorum (), p. Abdera, a city on the coast of Thrace, at the mouth of the Mestum River.
Griffin, seated left Laureate head of Apollo right, within square. The Griffin sometimes called the Hound of Zeus, because of its head and wings of an eagle, and the body of a lion. In classical antiquity, griffins were known for guarding treasures and priceless possessions.
Abdera by Manuel Fernández-Miranda,Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, Dirección General del Patrimonio Artístico y Cultural, Comisaría General de Excavaciones Arqueológicas edition, in Spanish. It's like a history book with small slices of coin catalog added.
It's one of my favourite books, both because I am both very interested in the period and the topic, and because it is at the right level for me: i. goes into a good amount of historical detail, without going to the extent of only being of interest to academics.
MAY J. - The coinage of Abdera ( - B. London, Pp. - Los Nr. Web Auction - Bertolami Fine Arts. Required Cookies Technologies. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.
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Abdera started minting soon after its foundation in BC. The city's coins depicted a griffon, a winged lion with an eagle's head. The reverse of this stater features the Greek hero Heracles sitting on a rock. He is holding his club and is wearing the skin of the slain Nemean lion. Moved Permanently.
Redirecting to corejournalsclassical-reviewarticlecoins-of-abdera-may-j-m-f-the-coinage-of-abderabc-pp-xiplates-london-spink-son. Protagoras of Abdera Protagoras of Abdera Johannes M. van Ophuijsen Johannes M. van Ophuijsen Protagoras of Abdera: The Man, His Measure makes a case for the Sophist Protagoras as a philosopher in his own right, while at the same time giving due weight to the complicated doxographical situation.
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(My first coin with a griffin. Awesome!) Magistrate Lycomedes, Abdera, Thrace AE14 Obv: Griffin sitting right on club, ΛΥKO below Rev:ABΔ-HΡI-TE-ΩN around laureate head of Apollo right within linear square Mint: Abdera Date: Thrace, Abdera.
Silver Stater, c. / – /5 BC, Molpagores, magistrate. Obverse: [ΑΒΔΗΡΙΤΕΩΝ], griffin seated left, with right foreleg raised.It features 21 new, fully illustrated articles on ancient coins of the Greek world written specifically for this volume.
The page, hardcover book is printed on heavyweight, archival paper, bound in Greek-blue linen, and handsomely slipcased, featuring a silver stamp of a stater with eagle head and leaf.