3 edition of Money and Its Uses in the Ancient Greek World found in the catalog.
January 17, 2002
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Kirsty Shipton (Editor), Andrew Meadows (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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It should be pointed out to the reader that this book is an attempt to bridge the gap between numismatists and scholars of ancient history. Ashton's paper is as dry as any economics paper can be. The book is concluded with 12 plates of or so coins from the Hellenistic world/5(2).
Money and Its Uses in the Ancient Greek World Edited by Andrew Meadows and Kirsty Shipton. Brings together work done by ancient historians and numismatists; Explores the use of coined money throughout the ancient Greek world. It should be pointed out to the reader that this book is an attempt to bridge the gap between numismatists and scholars of ancient history.
Ashton's paper is as dry as any economics paper can be. The book is concluded with 12 plates of or so coins from the Hellenistic world/5.
This collection explores coined money and its uses over a wide area of the ancient Greek world. Written by numismatists and ancient historians, the papers cover a broad period from Archaic Greece to Roman Egypt and offers fresh insights into this important aspect of the ancient economy.
This collection explores coined money and its uses over a wide area of the ancient Greek world. Written by numismatists and ancient historians, the papers cover a broad period from Archaic Greece. The papers explore money and its uses over a wide geographical area of the Greek-speaking world including Asia Minor, Egypt, and Rhodes.
At Money and Its Uses in the Ancient Greek World book same time the Chapters cover a broad chronological range from archaic Greece to Roman Egypt.
The book also includes a handy abbreviation reference listing, a map of the Ancient Greek World, a Gallery of Relative Coin Sizes, helpful Prices and Valuations of Coins, a handy Collecting Checklist, as well as the always useful Glossary, Bibliography, and the essential Index/5(20).
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