• Code 9569

Scripta Nummaria Romana - Essays Presented to Humphrey Sutherland. No d/j.


Robert A G Carson and Colin Kraay (contr. editors).  1978 xiii + 250 pages + 24 plates.  No dj, cover a little grubby, and a cut to the edge of the title page, otherwise a good clean s/hand copy.

Contents
Michael Crawford: Trade and movement of coinage across the Adriatic in the Hellenistic period. D Nash: Plus ça change: currency in central Gaul from Julius Caesar to Nero. D MacDowall: Organisation of the Julio-Claudian mint at Rome. Colin Kraay: The bronze coinage of Vespasian; classification and attribution. P V Hill: The monuments and buildings of Rome on the coins of the early Severans, AD 193-217. R A G Carson: Mints in the mid-third century. Cathy King: Denarii and quinarii, AD 253-295. John Kent: Urbs Roma and Constantinopolis medallions at the mint of Rome. Patrick Bruun: Site finds and hoarding behaviour.  Richard Reece: Bronze coinage in Roman Britain and the Western Provinces, AD 330-402. Ian Stewart: Anglo-Saxon gold coins. Jean-Baptiste Giard: Images de l'Antiquite romaine et de la Renaissance française.  Cornelius Vermeule: The imperial shield as a mirror of Roman art on medallions and coins.  Anne S Robertson: The circulation of Roman coins in North Britain: the evidence of hoards and site-finds from Scotland.  Barbara Levick: Concordia at Rome. 
Bibliography of Sutherland's published, 1934-1976, compiled by Jose M Trafford.

Carol Humphrey Vivian Sutherland, CBE, MA, D.Litt., FBA, FSA, (5 May 1908 – 14 May 1986), known as Humphrey Sutherland, was a numismatist. He was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford. In 1932 he became an assistant keeper in the coin room at the Ashmolean Museum, and from 1939 he also lectured in numismatics at the University of Oxford. He was appointed keeper of the coin room in 1957 and retired in 1975. He was awarded the medal of the Royal Numismatic Society in 1954. He was the younger brother of the famous artist and designer, Graham Vivian Sutherland OM (1903–1980) notable for his work in glass, fabrics, prints and portraits.

 


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