9/13/2016 - The tradition of die engravers or designers signing their work can be traced back to the fifth century B.C.
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8/4/2016 - The traditional, narrow definition of the biblical Widow’s Mite is in need of revision.
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7/12/2016 - Silver denarii are the most popular coins issued by the Severans, who ruled the Roman Empire for more than 40 years.
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6/14/2016 - Perhaps no epoch in history has been so admired as the Roman Empire of the 2nd Century A.D. – Rome’s ‘Golden Age’ – during which the Romans achieved a balance of political stability and economic and intellectual success that had never before existed.
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5/10/2016 - Celtic coins are cultural artifacts to be considered in the scheme of ancient European history.
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4/12/2016 - Last month saw the passing of 2,060 years since the murder of Julius Caesar on March 15, 44 B.C., one of the most notorious political coups in history. It is a story enjoyed by all numismatists with an interest in Roman history.
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3/8/2016 - The ancient coins in the Alexandre Carathéodory collection were mainly Greek and Roman issues.
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2/9/2016 - It is wonderful to speculate about who assembled this collection, and about where and when the coins were acquired.
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1/12/2016 - A survey of the ugliest and strangest mythological creatures on ancient coins.
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12/17/2015 - A numismatic grand tour of some of the most important — and mysterious — ancient monuments. What can coins tell us about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?
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