Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces

Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces

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Edited by Christopher Howgego, Edited by Volker Heuchert, Edited by Andrew Burnett

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  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Format: Paperback | 276 pages
  • Dimensions: 218mm x 274mm x 20mm | 780g
  • Publication date: 25 February 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 0199237840
  • ISBN 13: 9780199237845
  • Illustrations note: 32 pages of b&w plates, 5 maps

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Coins were the most deliberate of all symbols of public communal identities, yet the Roman historian will look in vain for any good introduction to, or systematic treatment of, the subject. Sixteen leading international scholars have sought to address this need by producing this authoritative collection of essays, which ranges over the whole Roman world from Britain to Egypt, from 200 BC to AD 300. The subject is approached through surveys of the broad geographical and chronological structure of the evidence, through chapters which focus on ways of expressing identity, and through regional studies which place the numismatic evidence in local context.

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Table of contents

1. Coinage and identity in the Roman provinces ; 2. Aspects of identity ; 3. The chronological development of Roman provincial coin iconography ; 4. The cities and their money ; 5. Coinage and identity in pre-conquest Britain: 50 BC-AD 50 ; 6. Coinage and identity in the Roman provinces: Spain ; 7. 'Belonging' to Rome, 'remaining' Greek: Coinage and identity in Roman Macedonia ; 8. Religious-cultural identity in Thrace and Moesia Inferior ; 9. Local mythologies in the Greek East ; 10. Festivals and games in the cities of the East during the Roman Empire ; 11. Pergamum as paradigm ; 12. Information, legitimation or self-legitimation? Popular and elite designs on the coin types of Syria ; 13. City eras on Palestinian coinage ; 14. Coinage and identity: The Jewish evidence ; 15. The nome coins of Roman Egypt ; 16. The Roman West and the Roman East