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by Kevin Herbert

Author: Kevin Herbert
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers (November 1, 1996)
Pages: 92 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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We heartily recommend this book for the excellent way that it has combined layout and content.

We heartily recommend this book for the excellent way that it has combined layout and content. The themes of the epitaphts are universal, and in this way they reveal a transcendent viewpoint to the reader. The ancients are brought closer in a clear and unhurried milieu. On its own merit or as a companion to the first two volumes of the John Max Wulfing Collection series, Roman Imperial Coins provides a handsomely illustrated overview of the Roman coins, emperors, and numismatic policies of the years 31 BC - AD 180.

Roman Emperial Coins book. Roman Imperial Coins: Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine: Selections, 31 BC - AD 180 (John Max Wulfing Collection in Washington University, Vol 3). ISBN. 0865163324 (ISBN13: 9780865163324).

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Items related to Roman Imperial Coins: Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine:. Kevin Herbert Roman Imperial Coins: Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine: Selections, 31 BC - AD 180 (John Max Wulfing Collection in Washington University, Vol 3). ISBN 13: 9780865163324. Some of the areas we publish in include

I must remind the reader that this book is about the Roman imperial naval forces; after de battle of Actium, not the Roman republican navy

I must remind the reader that this book is about the Roman imperial naval forces; after de battle of Actium, not the Roman republican navy. You won't find information about the sea battles of the punic wars and the introduction of the corvus or the perfect campaign of Pompeus against the pirates. Most of this work centers in the early imperial period, but there are interesting snippets of information about the entire imperial period. Very good photographs of the usual sculptural evidence but also of some rare finds like a muscled cuirass found in a shipwreck dated Ist to IIIrd Century AD.

Kevin Barry John Herbert, American Classics educator

Kevin Barry John Herbert, American Classics educator. Decorated DFC, Air medal with two silver oak leaf clusters, others; recipient dean's award for outstanding teaching University College, Washington University, 1985; Wilbour fellow Brooklyn Museum, 1967. With United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945. Fellow American Numismatic Society; member American Philological Association, Classical Association Middle West and South.

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Kevin Herbert, Roman Imperial Coins. Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine Selections, 31 BC-AD 180. The John Max Wulfing Collection in Washington University vol. III. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1996. Pp. xxii + 92, 42 plates. ISBN 0-86516-322-7 (hb), 0-86516-332-4 (pb). This volume is the third in a series undertaken by the author to catalogue the ancient coins in Washington University's extensive Wulfing collection.

Roman Imperial Coins: Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine: Selections. Penelope J. E. Davies. Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers (01 November 1996). University of Texas Press (01 March 2004).

8 Kevin Herbert, Roman Imperial Coins Augustus to Hadrian and Antonine Selections, 31 . 180, The John Max Wulfing Collection in Washington University Vol. Ill (Wauconda, 1996). 9 Britannicus; birth: Tac. Ann13. 1 indicates that had Britannicus survived he would have become 14 in 55, thus placing his birth in 41. Suet. 2. puts the birth on the twentieth day of Claudius' imperium (.

Roman Imperial Coins is the final volume of Kevin Herbert's series on Greek and Roman coins and is now available.

Special Features

Coins listed in accordance with Crawford's standard catalog, Roman Republican Coinage Includes 18 specimens not found in the standard catalogs Commentary relating the coins to the political and numismatic policies of Augustus, Tiberius, Nero, Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, and Marcus Aurelius Non-technical introduction to the history of coinage, suitable for readers at all levels

Indices of names, coin legends, and coin types

42 plates, 1042 coins

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