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Thanks, philologus_1, for your help.
A very interesting read.
And then there's this taste of Sicily.
Gold and silver do not have to be found bound together. There were gold deposits and silver deposits in separate veins.
And don't forget the Chortium Praetoriarum
and the Chortis Speculatorum
In economics, Gresham's law is a monetary principle stating that "bad money drives out good". For example, if there are two forms of commodity...
Thanks, dougsmit. Seeing the comparisons between the direct light, ring light, and the combo helps. The one with the ring would do me well.
Thanks a lot, AmishJedi. This very helpful.
I have been trying to improve the pictures I take of the coins in my collection and wonder how much success CT members have had using a ring...
One of the attractions for me in collecting ancient coins is the history that accompanies them. Your post is an excellent example of this...
I don't think the holes that are off center were there when the coin was struck. There would be no reason for the holes to be part of the die....
Yes, I was also surprised that so many ancient coins were available at modest prices. I was at the Porta Nigra in Trier and saw some Roman...
Thanks. I didn't check that sale but that price seems even more over the moon. Does anyone see something I'm missing about the value of this coin?
Starting Price: on 31 Dec 2020
EUR 1 962
GBP 1 757
CHF 2 122
Current bid: None
I am sometimes amazed at what some auction houses post as a starting price on some of their coins. When someone tells me that his/her coin has...
I remember being in Arles about 20 years ago, and they were having concerts in the Roman colosseum there. Here in the US we tear down a colosseum...
Thanks, Victor_Clark. A very helpful chart.
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