My first paper now on Academia

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by red_spork, Nov 23, 2020.

  1. red_spork

    red_spork Triumvir monetalis Supporter

    My 2018 paper "A Doubted Variety of M. Aemilius Scaurus and P. Plautius Hypsaeus Vindicated", co-authored with Richard Schaefer, is now available on Academia.edu here.

    This short paper came about after I bought what I thought was a unique coin from a Vcoins dealer but which eventually helped solve a mystery over a century in the making about whether or not a given variety existed in solid silver or was simply the product of a mixup in a forger's workshop. You can read what we concluded and why in the paper.

    If you've got an idea for a paper, I recommend reaching out to @Nicholas Molinari and seeing if it sounds like a fit for KOINON. The journal has a really great team of editors and reviewers and even as a first time author I felt the process was straightforward and easy to understand.

    Finally, I'll give you a sneak preview on my next work, co-authored with Andrew McCabe and published in Revue Belge de Numismatique 2020. This is all I can share at the moment but I'll share the full paper as soon as my agreement with RBN allows:
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    To keep this thread legal, here's a pic of the coin that was the subject of the first paper:
    Cr422-1a-1b-hybrid.jpg
     
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  3. ominus1

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  4. Sulla80

    Sulla80 one coin at a time Supporter

    Congratulations - that's quite a nice find!
     
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  5. +VGO.DVCKS

    +VGO.DVCKS Well-Known Member

  6. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Well-Known Member

    That’s pretty cool. Always wanted to get a paper in Academia. I have a pretty neat treatise on an unpublished Chinese ruin, but nobody cares enough lol
     
  7. +VGO.DVCKS

    +VGO.DVCKS Well-Known Member

    No, Really, don't be scared by the name, or even the reputation. Academia.edu lets you read anything, and upload, free. The premium membership (maybe $30 a month, having paid for exactly one) only gives you some more bells and whistles. ...And Have No Fear about uploading stuff that you know is good! They're very democratic about that. ...In fact, some of it Isn't (that good). This isn't technically an academic website; just one where academics like to to hang out.
    ...And Someone, Somewhere in the world, is likely to care.
     
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  8. Nicholas Molinari

    Nicholas Molinari Well-Known Member

    Were there any coins involved?
     
  9. Nicholas Molinari

    Nicholas Molinari Well-Known Member

    They occasionally have deals for a full premium membership at half price, which is $50 per year.
     
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  10. Nicholas Molinari

    Nicholas Molinari Well-Known Member

    This look promising!
     
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  11. Roman Collector

    Roman Collector Supporter! Supporter

    Congratulations on the publication!
     
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  12. ancient coin hunter

    ancient coin hunter I dig ancient coins...

    Congrats on getting plublished. It's publish or perish, and you published.
     
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  13. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Well-Known Member

    Nein, just some random archaeological ruins
     
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  14. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE Supporter

    Congratulations, @red_spork ! Thank you for posting. Interested in your McCabe paper too!
     
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  15. Fugio1

    Fugio1 Supporter! Supporter

    Congratulations Jordan. Reading your article now.
     
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  16. Fugio1

    Fugio1 Supporter! Supporter

    This short easy read gives a lot of dimension to this interesting issue. Thanks for sharing with all of us.
     
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  17. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Well-Known Member

    Oh okay, that sounds pretty good! In case anybody cares about an obscure unstudied ruin in north east China... I’m your guy
     
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  18. +VGO.DVCKS

    +VGO.DVCKS Well-Known Member

    I think we've all been there.
     
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  19. Carthago

    Carthago Does this look infected to you? Supporter

    Congratulations, Jordan! Just read the article and will share my run-of-the-mill 422/1b for your thread.

    M Aemilius Scaurus & P Plautius Hypsaeus 422-1b Jean Elsen 2017.jpg
     
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  20. red_spork

    red_spork Triumvir monetalis Supporter

    Thanks for the kind words everyone!

    This is far from run-of-the-mill, one of if not the best of the more common variety I've ever seen. A well struck example of the common variety is about as rare as any of the scarcer varieties.
     
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  21. +VGO.DVCKS

    +VGO.DVCKS Well-Known Member

    This link might work, for the example from Inumis. ...lllLet's find out, shall we?
    https://www.inumis.com/shop/charles...s-d-xe-s-le-palais-compiegne-1201533/?lang=en
     
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