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coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom

from the first century BC to the middle of the first century AD

by N. A. Frolova

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Published by J. and E. Hedges, Distributed by Hadrian Books in Oxford, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom),
  • Ukraine
    • Subjects:
    • Numismatics -- Ukraine -- Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom),
    • Coinage -- Ukraine -- Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom) -- History.,
    • Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNina Frolova, Stanley Ireland.
      SeriesBAR international series ;, 1102
      ContributionsIreland, S., 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCJ672 .F756 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination94 p., lxii p. of plates :
      Number of Pages94
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3760995M
      ISBN 101841713228
      LC Control Number2003464280

      This volume presents for the first time an authoritative and systematic account of the coins minted in the Roman provinces during the period from the accession of Trajan Decius in AD to the death of Uranius Antoninus in AD and covers the reigns of Trajan Decius (AD –51), Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian (AD –3), Aemilian () and Uranius Antoninus (AD –4). Examples include but are not limited to bronzes of Phoenician Tripolis (RPC ) and Sidon (RPC ), the Bosporan king Asander (D. MacDonald, An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus [Lancaster, ], ), and Roman Republican asses of L. Piso Frugi (RRC /4). We hope that the author would not.

      Saprykin, 'Bosporan kingdom: from tyranny to Hellenistic monarchy', VDI 1 (), p. Space precludes reference to all the literature, but note in particular V.D. Blavatskii, 'Theodosia. An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus it was amazing avg rating — 3 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5.

      Title: Coins of Ancient India from the Earliest Times Down to the Seventh Century A.D. Author: Alexander Cunningham Created Date: 8/19/ PM. Genre: History_Book The Jewish Manumission Inscriptions of the Bosporus Kingdom Full Description: "E. Leigh Gibson analyses a little-known group of Greek inscriptions that record the manumission of slaves in synagogues located on the hellenized north shore of the Black Sea in the first three centuries of the common era.


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The Coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom: From the First Century BC to the Middle of the First Century AD (British Archaeological Reports British Series) [Frolova, Nina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom: From the First Century BC to the Middle of the First Century AD (British Archaeological Reports British Series)Author: Nina Frolova.

The book is divided into three sections; Part I is From the beginnings of Panticapaem to the end of the Spartocid Dynasty, Part II is The Reign of Mithridates VI Eupator and his successors. Bosporans in the army of the King of Pontus, and Part III is From the reign Author: Mariusz Mielczarek.

Nevertheless, despite these problems, there can be little question that An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Bosporus fills in an important gap in the body of English-language surveys of ancient coins. We hope that by providing greater visibility and access to the coinage of the Bosporan kings and their cities, MacDonald’s book.

Get this from a library. The coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom: from the first century BC to the middle of the first century AD.

[N A Frolova; S Ireland]. Bosporos, Kingdom of, Sauromates II with Septimius Severus AE 2 Denarii. BACILEWC CAVPOMATOV, diademed & draped bust right / Aphrodite seated left on throne, holding apple & scepter; laureate head of Septimius in left field.

SNG Cop Text: Image: MacDonald @3: Bosporan Kingdom, Sauromates II & Septimius Severus El Stater. Dated Year Bithynian kingdom incorporated the most monetized areas under its domain when compared to the other two kingdoms. Bithynian rulers struck long and continuous series of silver and bronze coinage.

Elsewhere, Cappadocians are primarily known for their military issues of coins, and the less monetized Pontic region primarily struck bronze coinage. Drawing from Russian and Ukranian sources, An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus offers a systematic, chronological overview of the region's coinage by the major coin-types, arranged by regnal and Bosporan Era years, of the Bosporan rulers from the Archaeanactids at Panticapaeum in BC to Rhescuporis V 5/5(1).

Bosporus Kingdom - Black Sea. There are two references in my library for Bosporus coinage: "Monetno Delo Bospora" by Anokhin,pp, 39 plates and one page of monograms - this book is in Russian and since I can't read cyrillic, I do not use it much yet.

Drawing from Russian and Ukranian sources, An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus offers a systematic, chronological overview of the region’s coinage by the major coin-types, arranged by regnal and Bosporan Era years, of the Bosporan rulers from the Archaeanactids at Panticapaeum in BC to Rhescuporis V.

The Bosporan Kingdom (often called Kingdom of the Cimmerian Bosporus) was an ancient empire, covering the Crimea and a lot of the north coast of the Black is regarded as the first real 'Hellenistic' country also speaking Greek. Overview. The Bosporan Kingdom was the longest surviving known Roman client kingdom (allied state).

It was a Roman Province between 63 under. About this Item: Sanford J Durst, Hardcover. Condition: Good. 3rd Edition. edition. Dust jacket is worn with rubbed edges and nicks. But pages are clean. Same day dispatch (Mon- Fri) from the UK if ordered by to change in Royal Mail collection times during UK lockdown, orders needs to be place before 11am for same day dispatch (Mon-Fri).

The Coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom Description. BOOK DESCRIPTION From the First Century BC to the Middle of the First Century AD. Recently published The Clay World of Çatalhöyük £ A Consideration of Gender Roles and Relations in the Aegean Bronze Age Interpreted from Gestures and Proxemics in Art.

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Use a dash to exclude the coins matching with a word or expression. Example. Roman Provincial Coinage IX | This volume presents for the first time an authoritative and systematic account of the coins minted in the Roman provinces during the period from the accession of Trajan Decius in AD to the death of Uranius Antoninus in AD and covers the reigns of Trajan Decius (AD ), Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian (AD ), Aemilian () and Uranius Antoninus.

there is a book on this coinage by David Macdonald that I enjoyed and it is not as daunting as the title sounds- An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus: Including the Coinage of Panticapaeum (with Apollonia and Myrmecium), Phanagoria, Gorgippia, Sindicus Limen Or the Sindoi, Nymphaeum, Theodosia and the Kings of the Cimmerian Bosporus.

Pharnaces II of Pontus, also known as Pharnaces II (Greek: Φαρνάκης; about 97–47 BC) was the king of the Bosporan Kingdom until his death. He was a monarch of Persian and Greek Macedonian was the youngest child born to King Mithridates VI of Pontus from his first wife, his sister Queen Laodice.

He was born and raised in the Kingdom of Pontus and was the namesake of his Father: Mithridates VI of Pontus. This volume presents for the first time an authoritative and systematic account of the coins minted in the Roman provinces during the period from the accession of Trajan Decius in AD to the death of Uranius Antoninus in AD and covers the reigns of Trajan Decius (AD –51), Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian (AD –3), Aemilian () and Uranius Antoninus (AD –4).Pages: This is the first systematic study of the cults of the Bosporan Kingdom, which existed in South Russia in the first centuries AD.

The research is based on a variety of sources: archaeological evidence and inscriptions, largely unknown to the non-Russian readers, as well as historical and literary texts. Frolova, N. and Ireland, S.

() The Coinage of the Bosporan Kingdom: From the First Century BC to the Middle of the First Century AD. Oxford. Fronda, M. () Between Rome and Carthage: Southern Italy during the Second Punic War.

Ancient Coinage of Bosporos, Kings. - BC: Leukon II 64 - 47 BC: Pharnaces II, son of Mithrades VI of Pontus, King of Pontus and Bosporus, until defeated by Julius Caesar 47 - 17 BC: Asander, seized throne, married Dynamis (daughter of Pharnaces II) 17 - 16 BC: Scribonius 16 - 8 BC.Mithridates I of the Bosporus sometimes known as Mithridates II of the Bosporus and Mithridates of Pergamon (flourished 1st century BC), was a nobleman from dates was one of the sons born to King Mithridates VI of Pontus from his mistress, the Galatian Princess Adobogiona the also had a full-blooded sister called Adobogiona the trids: Cassander, Philip IV, Alexander V.

The Bosporan Kingdom was never a realm only dominated by Greeks, but it always had close relations to the surrounding tribes and nations, especially the Scyths and Sarmats. The native population of the Crimean were the Cimmerians, who in BC undertook a devastating campaign into the Greek Anatolia.