Lindgren II. ANCIENT GREEK BRONZE COINS: EUROPEAN MINTS FROM THE LINDGREN COLLECTION.
Lindgren, Henry Clay
Chrysopylon Publications, 1989, Hardcover. 20, 89 pages with 89 facing plates.
Valuable reference for Roman Provincial coins from these areas, Many Greek coins are listed as well. This volume covers Spain, Italy, Sicily, Samartia, Moesia Inferior, Moesia Superior, Thrace, Macedon, Thessaly, Illyricum and the main areas of Greece and surrounding Islands.
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The Lindgren Collection of Roman Provincial Coins is published in three volumes. Not part of the SNG series, the descriptions are spartan, it is a general work, and it publishes only single collection; but the three Lindgren books cover so many types and are so useful that Lindgren has become a standard reference. All of the volumes have excellent indexing and coins are easy to find quickly. At present they are among the best, affordable, catalogues of Roman provincial coins in the areas covered, there are few other publications which give so much detail over such a wide area.Professor Emeritus Henry Clay Lindgren of San Francisco State University codified and classified his collection as tangible social and historical evidence of ancient times, spanning 500 BC to the Late Thirteenth Century.The Lindgren Collection includes bronze and silver coins minted by: a multitude of Roman and Greek cities in the regions of the Black Sea , the Near East, North Africa, and Gaul; the Roman Republic; all the Ptolemies of Egypt; nearly the entire list of Roman Emperors, their consorts and families; the Byzantine Empire; and coins of the Crusaders.
Some stars of the collection include coins of Ethiopia with the first crosses, Judean coins minted by Jewish rebels of 66-70 AD and 132-35 AD as well as Judean coins depicting Roman procurators of 15-16 AD, and coins of the high classical period of Greece.
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