J G Milne, with a supplement by Colin M Kraay. 1971 (the best) reprint. 233pp + 8 pl. Standard reference work on the subject. It is well-laid out, detailed, and easy to use - as well as having the advantage of being written in english.
The supplement adds new types added to the collection 1933-1971.
The coinage struck for Egypt under the roman emperors was quite distinctive and unlike any other of the provincial currencies of the empire and also quite different from that of Rome itself.
All emperors struck coins, beginning with Augustus, and the series ended with Diocletian.
Cover scruffy, edges worn and corners bumped. Library bookplate has been removed from the free endpaper and the title page has untidy library stamps, etc. Contents otherwise good.
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