Roman Coinage

ARTHIST 549S.01

New trends in Roman numismatics (from the late Republic to the early Empire, 3rd c. BCE-2nd c. CE). Archaeology from coins. Barter, money and coinage. The introduction of coinage in Rome and the provinces. Making money (coin production), using money (monetary, non-monetary and ritual uses), losing money (coin circulation, hoards, single finds): contextual interpretations. Monetary systems: coins from Rome and coins from the provinces. Coinage and identity. False coinage. Instructor: Jiménez

Class Room 1: 
Perkins 087
Instructor: 
Jiménez, Alicia
FDS Uid: 
18 389
Semester Year: 
Spring 2017
Course Year: 
2017