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Cantonal Museum of Archaeology and History, Lausanne

Definition
The Musée cantonal d'archéologie et d'histoire (MCAH) in Lausanne preserves in its coin collection (formerly the Musée monétaire cantonal) some of the oldest coins from the region, from Switzerland and from all over the world. The numismatic collection is constantly being expanded through the statutory responsibility for treasure troves and coin finds from the cantonal territory, as well as through donations and purchases of collections and individual coins.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Museum zu Allerheiligen Schaffhausen

Definition
The Museum zu Allerheiligen in Schaffhausen, Switzerland houses a coin collection with focus on coins and medals from Schaffhausen.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Crete

Definition
The region of Crete as defined in Head (1911)
Type
nmo:Region, skos:Concept

Münzkabinett und Antikensammlung der Stadt Winterthur

Definition
The Münzkabinett Winterthur is a municipal museum for monetary history in the city of Winterthur, Switzerland. The beginnings of its collection date back to 1660. In the period from 1861 to 1920, Friedrich Imhoof-Blumer made a significant mark on the collection as curator, directing the focus of the Coin Cabinet towards Greek coinage.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Basel Historical Museum

Definition
Basel Historical Museum with its three sites is widely regarded as the most important museum of cultural history on the Upper Rhine. Its numismatic collection includes coins and medals from all periods and geographical regions. The coinage of Basel and early (Italian) medals are particularly well documented.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Geneva)

Definition
The numismatic collection of the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire comprises more than 100,000 coins, medals and engraved stones. Its creation arose from an interest in the preservation of Roman coins found during fortification work in 1535, when Geneva became an independent republic.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Lydia

Definition
The region of Lydia as defined in B.V. Head, Historia Numorum (2nd ed., Oxford, 1911).
Type
nmo:Region, skos:Concept

Isle of Wight (people)

Definition
The Roman and pre-Roman names for the inhabitants of the Isle of Wight are not recorded. The historian Bede (673-735) was the first to call them the Vectuarii.
Type
foaf:Organization, skos:Concept

Freiberg University of Mining and Technology

Definition
The numismatic collection represents a part of the scientific historical holdings of the University library and includes some 16,200 coins and medals. Subjects covered are besides the modern period, the Middle ages and Antiquity. The collections is based on the holdings of Abraham Gottlob Werner (1749-1817), who had collected more than 6,600 coins. As a second elementary part there are coins and medals deriving and illustrating scenes from mining contexts, these were added in the 19th century. In 1995 the last group was included: medals issued for the "Berg- und Hüttenmännischen Tag".
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Chersonesus

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Chersonesus in Thrace
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Aegium

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Aegium in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Patrae

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Patrae in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Ceryneia

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Ceryneia in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Pellene

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Pellene in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Bura

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Bura in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

The Academic Coin Cabinet of the Archaeological Collection of Rostock University

Definition
The Academic Coin Cabinet of the University of Rostock was founded in the year 1794, at the instigation of the outstanding orientalist Oluf Gerhard Tychsen (1734–1815) and the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Friedrich Franz II. Thanks to the legacy built by Tychsen, complemented with numerous later acquisitions, Baron Erhard von Nettelbladt (1792–1663), responsible for the Cabinet as the librarian of the University, was able to enlarge the collection from 6’500 to no less than 27’000 entries. Several inventory settlements and many losses caused by World War II resulted in the dissolution of the Coin Cabinet in 1944. Consequently, the section containing the Ancient, Byzantine and Oriental coins, as well as a number of modern coins, were assigned to the corpus of the Archaeological Collection of Rostock University. The Archaeological Collection of Rostock University has its seat at the Heinrich-Schliemann-Institute for Ancient Studies. It can be described as a typical academic research and study collection, mostly used for academic teaching. Moreover, there are permanent exhibition rooms, opened to the public once per week. Apart from the coins, the collection contains archaeological objects of the Egyptian, Greek and Roman periods, as well as a number of plaster casts of Greek and Roman sculptures. In 2008 the collection was significantly increased, as the inventory of the Collection of Antiquities of Greifswald University was added, which by that time was given over as a permanent loan. To date, the collection of coins consists of c. 4’000 Ancient and Byzantine, c. 800 Oriental and c. 4’500 modern coins and medals. In addition, there is a small but rather important collection of fish glue casts taken in the time of Tychsen from a number of Islamic coins. A small part of the coin collection is integrated into the permanent collection open to the public. The coins kept in the deposit are mainly used for academic teaching. They offer the opportunity to learn and practice the methods of numismatics by using original objects. Furthermore, the coins are regularly used in the context of workshops held by the working group ‘School & Museum’. Up to date, only the Roman and Byzantine coins have been investigated scientifically. These coins were published by Silke Burmeister in 1999. Since 2019 we are adding, to begin with, the data of c. 900 Greek and Roman coins to the NUMiD database. More will follow.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Coin Cabinet of Greifswald University

Definition
The University of Greifswald’s Academic Coin Cabinet comprises 1,200 coins and medals that date from antiquity up until the start of the 20th Century. The core collections are bracteates from the 12th/13th Centuries, coins from German territories of the early modern period and Pomeranian medals awarded for science, art, and history. Further coin collections belonging to the University of Greifswald are held as part of the Gustaf Dalman Collection (on the history of Palestine), the Victor Schultze Collection (on Christian archaeology) and in the collection of prehistoric antiquities.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Aristonicus

Definition
Aristonicus (Greek: Ἀριστόνικος), who took the dynastic name Eumenes III (Greek: Εὐμένης Γʹ), was a pretender to the throne of Pergamum. He led the revolt against the Roman acquisition of the kingdom and found success early on, seizing various cities near the coast of Anatolia, including the island of Samos, and killing the Roman consul Publius Licinius Crassus Dives Mucianus. However, the revolt was eventually quelled by the Roman Republic in 129 BC, which led to the foundation of the Roman of Asia.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Achaea

Definition
The subregion of Achaea in Peloponnese as defined in B.V. Head, Historia Numorum (2nd ed., Oxford, 1911)
Type
nmo:Region, skos:Concept

Dyme

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Dyme in Peloponnesus.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Aegeira

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Aegeira in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Aegae

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Aegae in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Helice

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Helice in Achaea.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Research Centre for Islamic Numismatics of Tübingen University

Definition
In Germany, not only the numerically largest, but also the best quality collection of Islamic coins is located at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen. Based on a small old stock from the previous century, the then most important private collection in this field was acquired in 1988 with the help of the Volkswagen Foundation and in 1990 the University of Tübingen set up a research centre dedicated to Islamic Numismatics (FINT). Supported by private sponsors, over the next years the research centre succeeded in doubling its stock through targeted acquisition. With around 80,000 coins today, which systematically reflect Islamic coin history, the FINT collection has a worldwide top-ranking position, comparable with the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and the American Numismatic Society's collection in New York. It is well organized like an archive, but only a fraction of the data is published to date.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Orou, Carian dynast

Definition
Dynast in Caria known only from his coins, which were previously attributed to a Lycian dynasts believe to be named Uvug. For re-attribution see K. Konuk, ‘Orou, dynaste de Carie’ in P. Brun (ed.), Scripta Anatolica, Mélanges en l'honneur de Pierre Debord (Bordeaux, 2007a), pp. 103−111.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Unit

Definition
The standard unit of Iron Age coinage, the weight and fineness of which can vary over time and regionally. Generally used only for silver and copper alloy coinages, not for gold (see stater_celtic).
Type
nmo:Denomination, skos:Concept

Half-unit

Definition
A unit of Iron Age coinage with the weight of one quarter of the standard unit (see unit_celtic). Generally used only for silver and copper alloy coinages, not for gold.
Type
nmo:Denomination, skos:Concept

Double unit

Definition
A unit of Iron Age coinage with double the weight of the standard unit (see unit_celtic). Generally used only for silver and copper alloy coinages, not for gold.
Type
nmo:Denomination, skos:Concept

Stater

Definition
The standard gold unit of Iron Age coinage. Initially based on Hellenistic staters, the weight and fineness varied over time and regionally.
Type
nmo:Denomination, skos:Concept

Quarter-stater

Definition
An Iron Age gold unit with the weight of one quarter of a stater (see stater_celtic).
Type
nmo:Denomination, skos:Concept

Silvered

Definition
With an overlay (wholly or in parts) of a thin layer of silver.
Type
nmo:PeculiarityOfProduction, skos:Concept

Tiridates I of Armenia

Definition
Tiridates I (Parthian: 𐭕𐭉𐭓𐭉𐭃𐭕, Tīridāt; Greek: Τιριδάτης, Tiridátes) was King of Armenia beginning in 53 and the founder of the Arsacid dynasty of Armenia. The dates of his birth and death are unknown. Tiridates was the son of Vonones II of Parthia, and brother of Vologases I, who placed him on the throne of Armenia
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Mithradates I of Armenia

Definition
Mithridates of Armenia (Georgian: მითრიდატე; Armenian: Միհրդատ Իբերացի, fl. 1st century) was a Pharnavazid prince of the Kingdom of Iberia who served as a King of Armenia under the protection of the Roman Empire. Mithridates was installed by Roman emperor Tiberius, who invaded Armenia in AD 35.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Arkathias II of Sophene

Definition
Arcathias (Ancient Greek: Ἀρκαθίας) was a Pontic prince of Persian and Greek Macedonian ancestry, and figure in the First Mithridatic War. Arcathias was a son of Mithridates VI of Pontus and his sister-wife Laodice.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Mithradates I of Sophene

Definition
Ruler of Sophene, perhaps as satrap under Mithradates V of Pontos in the 2nd century BC, probably as successor to Arkathias I.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Mithradates II of Sophene

Definition
Mithradates was the son of Mithradates VI of Pontos, given the rule of Sophene after the departure of his elder brother Arkathias II.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

ARCH Project

Definition
The provisional Greek typology created by the joint ARCH project. Work on this project was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK), the Agence National de Recherche (France) and MINECO (Spain).
Type
nmo:TypeSeries, skos:Concept

Struck

Definition
Technique of manufacture that involves the hammering or pressing together of two dies to impress a blank disk.
Type
nmo:Manufacture, skos:Concept

Flawed die

Definition
A cracked, worn, corroded, or similarly defective die used to strike a coin.
Type
nmo:PeculiarityOfProduction, skos:Concept

Persepolis

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Persepolis in Persis.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Harib

Definition
Royal mint in the Himyarite kingdom in South Arabia
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Hegra

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Hegra (Mada’in Salih) in Arabia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Timocharis of Paphos

Definition
Ruler of Paphos in the early 4th century BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Timarchos of Paphos

Definition
Ruler of the Paphos in the 4th century BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Gorgos of Salamis

Definition
Ruler of Salamis in Cyprus in the 5th century BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Ki... of Idalion

Definition
Ruler of Idalion in the the second quarter of the 5th century BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Aristo- of Paphos

Definition
Ruler of Paphos in the late 5th century BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Nicked

Definition
Thin scratches often c. 5 mm long and placed near the rim of the coin (direction centre to rim).
Type
nmo:SecondaryTreatment, skos:Concept

Aretas IV of Nabataea

Definition
Aretas IV Philopatris was the King of the Nabataeans from roughly 9 BC to AD 40.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Aretas III of Nabataea

Definition
Aretas III was King of Nabataea from 87-62 BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Arausio

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Arausio (Orange, France).
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Shaqir

Definition
Mint at the ancient site of Shaqir (Shabwa) in Hadramawt, South Arabia
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Apta Iulia

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Apta Iulia (Apt, France).
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Cabellio

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Cabellio (Cavaillon, France).
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Cyrenaic Koinon

Definition
A koinon (league) of cities responsible for the production of coinage in the Cyrenaica in the 3rd century BC.
Type
foaf:Organization, skos:Concept

Sa... King on Cyrpus

Definition
Ruler of uncertain name who issued gold coinage at an uncertain mint in Cyrpus. See Markou (2011), nos. 1-11
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Aphrodisias in Caria

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Aphrodisias in Caria.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Pisae

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Pisae in Etruria.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Apamea in Phrygia

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Apamea in Phrygia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Seriphos

Definition
The mint on the island of Seriphos in the Aegean.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Apameia in Syria

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Apameia in Syria.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Antipolis

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Antipolis (Antibes, France)
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Forum Iulii

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Forum Iulii (Fréjus, France).
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Aphrodisias in Cilicia

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Aphrodisias in Cilicia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

J. Paul Getty Museum

Definition
The J. Paul Getty Museum, commonly referred to as the Getty, is an art museum in Los Angeles, California housed on two campuses: the Getty Center and Getty Villa.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Coin cabinet of Goettingen University

Definition
The collection comprises a total ot some 40,000 coins of which are 5,900 Greek, 9,600 Roman, 1,000 Byzantine, 4,000 from the Orient, 2,100 Medieval, and 15,600 modern ones. In addition there are c. 1,700 medals and related objects, tokens, the latter including c. 100 made from lead.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Georg Hautsch

Definition
Medalist and die cutter in Nürnberg (Nuremberg), Franconia, Germany from 1683 to 1715. His initials are H or GH. Lit.: Hans-Jörg Kellner, Die Münzen der Freien Reichsstadt Nürnberg (1957), p. 171.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Tigranes the Younger of Sophene

Definition
Tigranes the Younger was the son and heir of the Artaxiad king of Armenia, Tigranes II of Armenia (r. 95–55 BC). His mother was Cleopatra of Pontus, a daughter of Mithridates VI Eupator (r. 120–63 BC), the king of Pontus. In c. 66 BC, Tigranes the Younger fell out with his father and fled to the court of the Parthian monarch Phraates III (r. 69–57 BC). Phraates, together with Tigranes the Younger, led an expedition into Armenia. Ultimately, Tigranes the Younger was defeated by his father, however, leading him to join Pompey instead. Tigranes the Elder soon surrendered to Pompey, who chose to allow him to retain his crown. Instead, Tigranes the Younger was made the ruler of Sophene.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Vienne

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Colonia Iulia Viennensis / Vienna, modern Vienne, France, in Gallia Lugdunensis
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Apollonis

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Apollonis in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Astyra

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Astyra in Mysia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Maundy Money

Definition
Small silver money distributed by the British monarch at the service of Royal Maundy on Maundy Thursday.
Type
nmo:NumismaticTerm, skos:Concept

Tachos of Egypt

Definition
Djedhor, better known as Teos (Ancient Greek: Τέως) or Tachos (Ancient Greek: Τάχως), was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the 30th Dynasty.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Philadelphia

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Philadelphia in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Bagis

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Bagis in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Hypaepa

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Hypaepa in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

National Numismatic Collection, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam

Definition
The Dutch National Numismatic Collection (NNC) is managed by De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), located in Amsterdam. It is the largest and most comprehensive numismatic collection in the Netherlands.
Type
nmo:Collection, skos:Concept

Mostene

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Mostene in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Thyessus

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Thyessus in Lydia
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Clannudda

Definition
The mint at the ancient site of Clannudda in Lydia.
Type
nmo:Mint, skos:Concept

Governor of a Roman Province

Definition
The governor of a province in the Roman Empire in Republican and Imperial times.
Type
org:Role, skos:Concept

Carl Gottlieb Lauffer

Definition
Mintmaster in Nürnberg (Nuremberg), Franconia, Germany from 1746 to 1755. His initials are CGL. Mintmaster in Königsberg (modern Kaliningrad) from 1763 to 1764. Lit.: Hans-Jörg Kellner, Die Münzen der Freien Reichsstadt Nürnberg (1957), p. 171; M. H. Grieb (ed.), Nürnberger Künstlerlexikon (2007) p. 892.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

P. Lentulus P.f., governor of Cilicia

Definition
P. Lentulus P.f., governor of Cilicia, 56-53 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Pulcher Ap. f., governor of Asia

Definition
C. Pulcher Ap. f., governor of Asia, 55-53 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Q. Minucius Thermus, governor of Asia

Definition
Q. Minucius Thermus, governor of Asia, 51-50 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Fannius, governor of Asia

Definition
C. Fannius, governor of Asia, 49 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Septimius, governor of Asia

Definition
C. Septimius, governor of Asia, 56-55 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

T. Ampius, governor of Asia

Definition
T. Ampius, governor of Asia, 58-57 BC.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Fabius M.f., governor of Asia

Definition
C. Fabius M.f., governor of Asia,57-56 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Ap. Claudius Ap. f. Pulcher, governor of Cilicia

Definition
Ap. Claudius P. f. Pulcher, governor of Cilicia, 53-51 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Q. Metellus Pius Scipio, governor of Syria

Definition
Q. Metellus Pius Scipio, governor of Syria, 49 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

ATRA, issuer of cistophori

Definition
The individual identified by a monogram apparently composed of the letters ATPA on cistophori of the late Republican period in Asia. See Metcalf (2017), pp. 57-60
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Atinius, praetor in Asia

Definition
C. Atinius, probably praetor in Asia in 122/1 BC, and issuero cistopori and gold coinagae at Ephesus. See Stumpf (1991), pp. 6-7 and 303.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

C. Flavius Fimbria, legate

Definition
C. Flavius Fimbria, legate of Sulla in Asia, and issuer of cistophori.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Q. Lepidus, propraetor

Definition
Q. Lepidus, propraetor in an eastern province, in the mid 1st century BC. Issuer of rare cistophori. See Metcalf (2017), pp 62-3
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

M. Tullius Cicero, governor of Cilicia

Definition
M. Tullius Cicero, governor of Cilicia, 51-50 BC
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept
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