3rd century roman coins -links-

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Rudi Smits, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. Rudi Smits

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  3. John Anthony

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    That's obviously some intense cataloging, but what do the columns marked Nor, Cun, and V(i) represent? And what do the numbers in those columns mean?
  4. Rudi Smits

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    I checked. 'NOR' stands for 'Normanby', 'CUN' for 'Cunetio'. All are reference books for that era. The 'V' doesn't ring a bell (yet)...
  5. Ardatirion

    Ardatirion Où est mon poisson

    No, all are major hoards of coins of that era. V(i) stands for RIC V part 1.
  6. Rudi Smits

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    ...What i meant to say. And used as reference books... Sometimes my thoughts are running faster then my brains...
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