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«1. ABDY, Richard, The British Museum, London, United Kingdom The last coin in Pompeii?The coin hoard from the house of the golden bracelet Of the ...»

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1. ABDY, Richard, The British Museum, London, United Kingdom

The last coin in Pompeii?The coin hoard from the house of the golden bracelet

Of the coinage circulating at the time of the eruption in Pompeii in AD 79, R. Cantilena has been able to publish a summary

stretching from the 3rd century BC through to the reign of Vespasian (AD 69-79) as expected, but it even includes two denarii

from the reign of Titus who had only succeeded to power at the end of June AD 79, just two months prior to the traditional date of the eruption of Vesuvius. Abdy notes that one of these two coins, from the coin hoard found near the bodies of its owners in the House of the Golden Bracelet has been recently used to challenge the traditional 24th August eruption date, despite being only in partly legible condition. It has long been known (although not well known) that nearly a dozen different dates were recorded in ancient writings; placing the destruction of the Vesuvian towns at various points throughout the late summer and autumn of AD 79 (24th August is simply the earliest of the run of these dates). The coin from the House of the Golden Bracelet had been thought to carry imperial titulature that was only awarded in September 79. However, after further conservation, it can be seen that there are at least two die links to the Pompeii denarius (both specimens are aurei, an example of occasional die sharing between the gold and silver of this period), allowing the whole coin to be read and demonstrating its production during July-August of that year.

2. ACHACHE, Steve, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, France Liaisons de coins entre ateliers monétaires et typologie des séries d'Orléans, de Château-Landon et de "Blois-Vendôme": le cas du Trésor du "Loiret" Cette communication a pour sujet le Trésor dit "du Loiret", daté entre le premier quart et le milieu du Xe siècle. Composé de plus de mille monnaies conservées au Cabinet des Médailles de la BnF, le Trésor comprend d'importantes séries, dont celles d'Orléans et Château-Landon pour Raoul (923-936), ou encore les premiers monnayages des seigneuries de Blois et Vendôme.

En étudiant conjointement les différents types monétaires des séries d'Orléans et de Château-Landon, nous avons constaté qu'il existe des liens indéniables entre les types frappés sous Raoul. Dans l'atelier d'Orléans comme dans celui de Château-Landon, le droit des monnaies porte la légende + CRATIA D-I REX et le monogramme de Raoul (RDFS). La gravure des coins de droit est semblable entre les deux ateliers. Il existe d'ailleurs une liaison de coins entre le droit d'un denier d'Orléans et celui d'un denier de Château-Landon. Cette découverte confirmerait l'hypothèse autrefois formulée par J. Duplessy à propos de l'existence d'ateliers monétaires "mineurs" tel que Château-Landon, dépendant d'un atelier régional, celui d'Orléans.

L'utilisation d'un même coin de droit, la similarité des gravures et des types ouvrent plusieurs hypothèses: le partage des coins et l'organisation interne des ateliers; la circulation des monnaies et celle des graveurs. Ces observations amènent à reconsidérer l'autorité des premiers Robertiens dans leurs domaines. Ces questions sont étendues aux monnayages des premiers seigneurs de Blois et de Vendôme. Les seigneurs de Vendôme, alors dans l'influence des comtes de Blois, frappent monnaie dans un type similaire à celui des comtes.

3. ACKERMANN, Rahel C., Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz, Berne, Switzerland The Swiss Inventory of Coin Finds The Swiss Inventory of Coin Finds (SICF) was founded in 1992 and is the centre of expertise for all coin finds in Switzerland.

The database contains records of coin finds and coin-like objects like tokens, medals or coin weights from antiquity to modern times. The current finds as well as corresponding publications of the ongoing year are gathered in the annual Bulletin IFS ITMS IRMS. Scientific evaluations of coin finds according to geographical (i.e. cantons) or topical criteria (church finds, Celts) are being presented in the monographic series. Great attention is currently being paid to the online resources. All our bulletins and numerous articles etc. are at everyone’s disposal as pdf files. More and more data stock is being uploaded into our online database like e.g. roughly 15,000 coins from Augusta Raurica. Internationally acclaimed standards which enable the exchange and the fusion of different data stock in the first place are becoming increasingly important. The SICF formulates criteria for the structured registration of coin finds in Switzerland. We also coordinate the exchange with partner-institutions abroad and are an active partner of the European Coin Find Network (ECFN).

4. AKOPYAN, Alexander, Federal University, Kazan, Russian Federation Dvin in the eleventh and twelth centuries. City history in the light of new numismatic materials The paper studies unknown before coins unearthed in 2010–13 on the site of medieval settlement Dvin. They specify the city’s history of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the less investigated period in the history of Dvin. Thus, after the last dirham of Dvin of 944, coins started being struck here by Shāwur Shaddādid (1022–50). Apparently when Dvin fell under the Byzantine rule (1049–53), coins with full-face bust of Christ were struck here. Next coins belong to Abū Nasr Iskandar b. Shāwur (1053– 73 or later). Following them are anonymous coins that apparently were struck by the city council. In 1063 Dvin was conquered by Seljuqs. Possibly Abū Nasr Iskandar continued his rule, and struck coins with name of sultan Malik Shāh I (1072–92), and later with name of amīr Arslān-Tegīn and prince Dā’ūd (before 1092). Apparently next coins were struck by some amīr Nasr (=Abū Nasr Iskandar?, 1092–1105?). Later coins were struck in the name of sultan Muhammad (apparently by local ruler Qïzïl Arslān in 1105–18). Next coins bear names of atābek Tughrïltigīn and prince Dā’ūd (1118–21). No coins are known from the following period, and they were renewed by Fahr al-Dīn Akhdabid (1144–before 1161). Between 1153 and 1160 ‘Izz al-Dīn Saltuq II, amīr of Arzarūm, conquered Dvin and struck here coins with the Armenian cross on the reverse. Later, before the final conquest of Dvin by Eldigüz, anonymous coins were struck in the city possibly also by the city council.





5. ALLEN, Martin, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Coins and Churches in Medieval England There is written and archaeological evidence for the use of coins as votive objects at saints’ shrines in medieval England.

Coins were also bent to dedicate them as votive objects, and bent coins found in non-ecclesiastical contexts may have had this function. Metal-detector surveys around ecclesiastical buildings provide evidence of pilgrimage and commercial activity.

6. ALTERI, Giancarlo, Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milano, Italy Un piccolo-grande Medagliere: le collezioni numismatiche della Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana Si mostra al pubblico per la prima volta il nascente Medagliere della Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, le cui collezioni fino ad oggi non era possibile consultare. Si tratta di una raccolta di monete greche, della repubblica romana, imperiali romane e di diverse zecche italiane dal Medioevo all'Unità d'Italia. Spiccano in queste raccolte, le monete papali, quelle di Milano, di Venezia, della Toscana e dell'Emilia. Ricca è anche la collezione di medaglie soprattutto dei secoli XVII e XVIII. Non mancano esemplari dell'arte medaglistica moderna e contemporanea.

7. AMANDRY, Michel, formerly Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, France Césarée a-t-il été le seul atelier de Cappadoce à frapper un monnayage d'argent sous Hadrien?

L'étude précise des pièces d'Hadrien décrites comme 'anomalies' dans l'ouvrage de W. Metcalf, The Silver Coinage of Cappadocia, laisse penser que ces frappes proviennent d'un autre atelier que celui de Césarée. Des tridrachmes, didrachmes et drachmes ont sans doute été frappés à Hierapolis Comana.

8. AMATO, Rosalba, Museo Archeologico Regionale "Paolo Orsi", Siracusa, Italy - CIURCINA, Concetta, Museo Archeologico Regionale "Paolo Orsi", Siracusa, Italy Segnalazione di rinvenimenti monetali in indagini di archeologia urbana a Siracusa Una significativa documentazione di monete, da età greca a quella medievale, con una sequenza non sempre serrata e coerente, restituita da ricerche condotte in vari ambiti, testimonia la complessità della stratigrafia in una città da sempre intensamente abitata.

9. AMATO, Rosalba, Museo Archeologico Regionale "Paolo Orsi", Siracusa, Italy - MANENTI, Angela Maria, Museo Archeologico Regionale "Paolo Orsi", Siracusa, Italy Comunicare le monete. Didattica e divulgazione al Museo Archeologico ‘Paolo Orsi’ di Siracusa A cominciare dal nuovo allestimento del medagliere, inaugurato nel 2010, una serie di attività e laboratori didattici sono stati realizzati al Museo di Siracusa, per ampliare l’interesse della collettività nei confronti delle monete greche, e trasmettere, pur con rigore scientifico, i diversi livelli con cui leggiamo le monete.

10. ANDREWS, Murray, United Kingdom ‘Noble, fair and fine’: Single finds of English gold coins from later medieval England and Wales The introduction of the florin and the noble in 1344 marked the beginnings of the first regular issue of English gold coinage in more than five centuries. Traditionally characterised as a coinage of international commerce, a growing number of single finds and hoards are shedding new light on the extent to which English gold permeated the domestic currency of later medieval England and Wales. This paper surveys the single find evidence, using a corpus of more than 300 coins to assess the changing circulation and function of English gold in its domestic context. The paper concludes with a comparative analysis of the depositional contexts of excavated single and hoard finds of English gold coin, raising questions on the extent to which single finds might represent 'casual losses' or hoarded wealth.

11. ANGELI BUFALINI, Gabriella, Museo Nazionale Romano, Italy Il Medagliere MNR, la Banca dati Iuno Moneta e il Bollettino di Numismatica del MiBACT: un trinomio per la tutela, valorizzazione e fruizione del bene numismatico. Bilanci e prospettive Nell’ambito di un più ampio programma di lavoro messo in atto dal Museo Nazionale Romano in Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, che da tempo si pone l’obiettivo di migliorare i servizi resi all’utenza relativi alla tutela, fruizione, valorizzazione, conservazione e catalogazione del patrimonio archeologico nazionale anche mediante l’utilizzo di nuovi mezzi e tecnologie avanzate, ben si inserisce l’attività del Medagliere del Museo Nazionale Romano incentrata a rendere fruibili le ricchissime collezioni numismatiche che conserva. L’adozione di sistemi informatici di ultima generazione, impiegati per la creazione di un archivio digitale documentale e fotografico (banca dati Iuno Moneta) e l’utilizzo della tradizionale editoria a stampa per la pubblicazione sistematica delle proprie raccolte (Bollettino di Numismatica del MiBACT), consentono al Medagliere di assicurare una sempre migliore promozione del bene numismatico. Le collezioni del Medagliere MNR sono oggi oggetto di un capillare e sistematico progetto di catalogazione, che si avvale della banca dati Iuno Moneta il grande contenitore digitale creato in seno al Portale dello Stato “Modus”- Biblioteca Virtuale, con lo scopo di acquisire i dati e le immagini di collezioni numismatiche di interesse nazionale, e del Bollettino di Numismatica, la storica rivista specialistica del MiBACT che da oltre trent’anni si dedica all’edizione dei materiali numismatici, oggi arricchita di due nuove collane digitali, Studi e ricerche e Materiali. Strumenti posti al servizio non soltanto del Medagliere romano, che per primo ne ha testato l’efficacia e i benefici, ma dell’intera comunità scientifica e di quanti vogliano rendere note e disponibili le collezioni numismatiche che custodiscono.

12. APOLITO, Pasquale, Università della Calabria, Italy Medieval coins from Italian excavations at Kyme Aeolis: a preliminary report The aim of the paper is to analyze and reconstruct the presence of the medieval numismatic evidences uncovered during 30 years of excavations of the Italian Archaeological Mission at Kyme Aeolis, making clear the identification of the mints. The next step will be to propose a diachronic model of distribution of the types, from the Byzantine period to the Middle Ages.

Two are the basis of our research, to reconstruct the complex relationships between Kyme, Constantinopolis and the great powers of the West, as Venice, and to propose a distribution model within the archaeological contexts. The presence of nummoi, pentanummoi, dekanummoi and folleis from Constantinopolis and other Byzantine mints testify the great activity of the harbour at Kyme during the Byzantine Empire and the “deniers tournoises” of Thebae and Glarentsa “Frankish Greece” post IV Crusade mints and Venetian coins, are the indicator that Kyme survived as commercial hub for the sea routes of the Mediterranean Sea also in the XIV century BC.

13. APOSTOLOU, Εva, Numismatic Museum of Athens, Greece

Les plinthophores rhodiennes et la fin de ce monnayage

Les plinthophores ont été la monnaie par excellence de Rhodes hellénistique, à partir de c. 190 av. J.-C., pour, au moins, un siècle. Vers la fin de la période du monnayage plinthophorique Rhodes a aussi émis de statères d’or ainsi que d’autres denominations, elles aussi en or; quant au monnayage en argent de nombreuses émissions d’hémidrachmes plinthophores ont été, elles aussi, apparues avec les drachmes plinthophores. Ce phénomène, à savoir, l’augmentation de la production monétaire rhodienne mérite une explication raisonnable par rapport aux évènements historiques et aux nouvelles conditions économiques qui ont influencé l’ensemble du monde de l’Orient hellénistique.



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