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Coins and the Archaeologist.

By: CASEY, John and REECE, Richard.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: London: Seaby, 1988. 1852640111:

Seller ID: 45432

ISBN: 1852640111


Second edition. "This volume of papers is the result of a two day discussion on coins and archaeology held in 1973 at the Institute of Archaeology, London. They have stood the test of time, revealing the high degree of originality of numismatic and archaeological approach which the authors brought to their contributions.....Revisions have been made to some of the papers...." Pp.306, 8 black & white photo plates + 58 line drawings, pages toned, small owner's label to inside front board. Brown cloth, dustwrapper has minor wear to top edge. Good/G+. View more info

Identiying Roman Coins.

By: REECE, Richard and JAMES, Simon.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: Seaby, 1986. 0900652799:

Seller ID: 45457

ISBN: 0900652799


1st edition. A Practical Guide to the Identification of Site Finds in Britain. Pp.48. Grey laminated boards, sunning to spine. G+. View more info

Roman Coins from 140 Sites in Britain.

By: REECE, Richard.

Price: £18.00

Publisher: Cirencester: Cotswold Studies, 1991. 1873132204:

Seller ID: 45404

ISBN: 1873132204


Cotswold Studies Vol.IV. "Aims to put on record a summary of the Roman coins from 140 sites and to give an illustration of how such lists may be of use...." Landscape format. 21cms x 29.5cms. Pp.107. Paperback. VG. View more info

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Coinage in Roman Britain.

By: REECE, Richard.

Price: £18.00

Publisher: London: Seaby, 1987. 0900652861:

Seller ID: 45454

ISBN: 0900652861


1st edition. "Roman coins are found in Britain either as hoards, single finds, or in groups of coins lost accidentally in Roman times. This book shows how both types of find can be interpreted as a unique source of information on the function and use of coinage in Roman Britain, as well as providing valuable evidence for the social and economic background and the relationship of Roamn Britain with the Empire as a whole." Pp.vi/144, 43 black & white photo illustrations + several figure illustrations. Blue cloth, dustwrapper has minor edge wear. VG/VG. View more info