2 edition of Epigraphical Notes on Greek Coinage found in the catalog.
Epigraphical Notes on Greek Coinage
M. N. Tod
June 1980 by Ares Pub .
Written in English
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Epigraphical notes on Greek coinage. Chicago: Ares, (OCoLC) Named Person: Marcus Niebuhr Tod; Marcus Niebuhr Tod; Marcus Niebuhr Tod: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcus Niebuhr Tod.
EPIGRAPHIC AL NOTES ON GREEK COINAGE1 IV. APAXMH Having said something in recent volumes of the Numismatic Chronicle about the contribution of inscriptions to the study of the KoXXvßos (, ), the XaA kovs (, ), and the obol (, ), I now turn to the drachma.
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Herodotus holds an honoured place among the pioneers of Greek epigraphy. We seek in vain for earlier signs of any appreciation of the historical value of inscriptions, and though we may conjecture that the antiquarian interests of some of his contemporaries or near-contemporaries might well have led them in this direction, our view of the beginnings of Greek epigraphical Cited by: Miscellaneous Naval Inscriptions and notes Annual of the British School of Archaeology at Athens 95 () - Gift of Michael Dixon (3) Archaiologike Ephemeris () (2) - Gift of Andrew J.
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