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Campanian coinages 475 - 380 B.C.

N. K. Rutter

Campanian coinages 475 - 380 B.C.

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Published by Edinburgh University Press in [Edinburgh] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Campania (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Campania.
    • Subjects:
    • Numismatics -- Italy -- Campania.,
    • Campania (Italy) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementN. K. Rutter.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCJ527 .R87
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 196 p. :
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4216274M
      ISBN 100852243456
      LC Control Number80495913

      Standard Catalogue of British Coins London, issued annually. Parise, M. Their earliest coins were unlike anything found in contemporary Magna Graecia; rather, they harked back to the issues of Asia Minor with these pieces looking very much like the hektes struck in the mother city. Monetazione arcaica della Lidia: problemi e considerazioni linguistiche, in Ermanno A. Una delle posizioni espresse Jones,pp.

      Trell, Detroitpp. I decenni a cavallo fra V e IV sec. Six of the 'Lives', five Roman and one Greek, are relevant to this volume. Questa produzione siracusana e quella parallela di Catania, dove Eveneto incide coni per dramme e tetradrammi, sono state confrontate con le emissioni del terzo periodo di Camarina Martin Frederiksen, who died in consequence of a road accident inwas the member of the original editorial team who had accepted special responsibility for this volume. Salomies O.

      As the 5th century advanced, the coinage of Sicily became more luxuriant, and Nike, like all other types, was affected by the progress of artistic imagination. Bagnall R. Schnee, Schsische Taler Frankfurt These exhibit many variations: the chariot is either to the right or to the left, Nike is either to the right or to the left, sometimes she crowns the horses and sometimes the charioteer, sometimes she bears a complete wreath and sometimes a fillet, sometimes she is not crowning the charioteer but handing the wreath to him, on one coin of Messana she is about to put the fillet on his head with one hand while she offers a wreath to him with the other Plate IV, 1.


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This close connection of Nike with the city herself is emphasized on the succeeding issues which fill the century down Campanian coinages 475 - 380 B.C. book the sacking of Terina by the Bruttii in b. Thompson, Wetterenpp. Pegasi Mortara, Stater Silver, 8. The victory-crowned chariot in which galloping horses replace the earlier walking ones is confined to Sicily ; on that island it is found on coins of AcragasCamarinaCatanaCephaloediumGelaHimeraLeontini but not afterMessinaPanormusSelinusThermae Himerensis Naville Catalogue X [] no.

In some cases this can be established because such a passage has been taken from a section of Polybius which happens to survive, and in this way it is possible to form some idea of the extent of a writer's debt to Polybius and of the manner in which he used Polybian material.

She seems to bear neither wreath nor palm, though the small scale makes it difficult to be sure. Athenian Coinage B. She is not depicted in a fighting pose but she can be companion or attribute of all gods granting victory who were identified, as it were, with war.

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Regling's opinion is that we have here a conflation of divine persons, Nike and Terinaand this is strongly supported by one coin on which the seated figure is wingless while a little Nike flies up behind her to crown her Plate V, 9.

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