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lr34 - Roman coins and archaeology, Collected papers - MONETA 32 REECE Richard

Roman coins and archaeology, Collected papers - MONETA 32 REECE Richard
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Price : 56.00 €
Author : REECE Richard
Publisher : MONETA 32
Language : anglais
Description : Wetteren 2003, 21 x 29,7, 364 pages, cartes, graphiques
Weight : 1074 g.

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Richard Reece first worked on Roman coins as a schoolboy of 16 and his first publications of coins from an excavation were those of a student (of Biochemistry). As a teacher of Chemistry he worked on the 56,000 coins from the Roman shore-fort at Richborough in Kent (UK). Then as teacher of Archaeology in the Institute of Archaeology in London from 1970 to 1999 he worked on a series of studies of Roman coins from excavations in Britain and abroad. Many of these papers were published in conference volumes, in Festschriften, or in British periodicals which are not always available today.
Over the years he has developed a method of looking at coins found on excavations so that the coins have become an essential part of archaeological analysis. But the study has also involved looking at the coins themselves in an effort to extract the maximum information from them. The methods have changed and developed over time so it was thought a good idea to gather together some of the most useful papers so that those newly interested in Roman coinage could read the papers together and those who had already read some papers could fill in the gaps.
The book contains 38 papers published from 1971 to 1999.
Richard Reece was teacher of Archaeology in the Institute of Archaeology in London


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