An Examination of Roman Bronze Coin Distribution in the Western Empire A.D. 81-192 :

By: Hobley, Andrew Stephen ;

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xii + 425pp, inc. figs & tables, card, A4 ex lib with numerous stamps including one on the page edges, Christ Church archive, card cover slightly marked, bookplate inside front cover From AD 81-192 almost all bronze coinage circulation in the western Empire was minted in Rome. This study examines, in some detail, the distribution by date and by reverse types of the coins. It also looks at changes in the volume of production and at changes in the ratio of the different denominations. The reign of Trajan is pinpointed as the start of the rise of the Sestertius as the main bronze denomination. The supply of currency to each province is examined and differences are identified between civilian and military provinces.

Title: An Examination of Roman Bronze Coin Distribution in the Western Empire A.D. 81-192 :

Author Name: Hobley, Andrew Stephen ;

Categories: Western Empire,

Publisher: BAR Intl Ser 688: 1998

ISBN Number: 0860548740

ISBN Number 13: 9780860548744

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 55249