4 edition of view of the history and coinage of the Parthians found in the catalog.
|Statement||By John Lindsay.|
|LC Classifications||CJ692 .L7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 250 p., 1 l.,|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||10027954|
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In Mesopotamia, aside from Rhesaena, the type is used at Carrhae, 97 Edessa, 98 and Nisibis. 99 Among these the front view of the façade is most common; on our pieces the die-cutter tried a perspective with less success than the temple on the coins . View all copies of this ISBN edition: Synopsis This reference on Parthian Coins and History is the first of its kind to present both a detailed numismatic catalog of Parthian coinage based on the comprehensive collection of Fred Shore and an introductory history to the Parthians themselves.5/5(1).
What knowledge we have of this remarkable people derives primarily from their coinage, which mixed Hellenism with Persian influences. In this book, distinguished scholars examine - from a variety of perspectives - the origins of the Parthians, their history, religion and culture, as well as perceptions of their empire through the lens of both Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing. To read this book online, your options are Join Forgotten Books 1,, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more Continue as guest Some pages are restricted.
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A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians: With Descriptive Catalogues and Tables, Illus. with a Author: John Lindsay. Parthian coinage was produced within the domains of the Parthian Empire ( BC – AD).
The coins struck by the Parthians were mainly made of silver, with the main currencies being the drachm and tetradrachm. The tetradrachm, which generally weighted around 16 g, was only minted in Seleucia, first conquered by the Parthians in BC. Design-wise, Parthian coinage. A view of the history and coinage of the Parthians, with descriptive catalogues and tables, illus.
with a complete set of engravings of coins, a large number of them unpublished by Lindsay, John, b. A view of the history and coinage of the Parthians, with descriptive catalogues and tables, illus.
with a complete set of engravings of coins, a large number of them unpublished. Greek inscriptions similar to "ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΑΡΣΑΚΟΥ ΕΥΕΡΓΕΤΟΥ ΔΙΚΑΙΟΥ ΕΠΙΦΑΝΟΥΣ ΦΙΛΕΛΛΗΝΟΣ", meaning "[coin] of king of kings Arsaces, the benefactor (), the just (), the illustrious (), friend of the Greeks ()", are found on coins of the Parthian Empire, starting from the reign of Artabanus I.
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The History of United States Coinage greatly exceeded my expectations. In over pages, Mr. Bowers, one of the greatest numismatic authors of all time, covers the history of our national coinage, from the coins of the colonies in the s, to the coins we use today.
Of course, as this book was written some time ago, init does not 5/5(10). Get this from a library. A View of the history and coinage of the Parthians: with descriptive catalogues and tables, illustrated with a complete set of engravings of coins, a large number of them unpublished.
[John Lindsay]. The Arsacids were the ruling dynasty of Parthia between the middle of the third century BC and AD There is no Parthian coinage in gold, since Vonones's alleged gold coins have been shown to be modern forgeries. The silver drachm was the main denomination, on a modified Attic standard of around 4 g.
Silver denominations also include tetradrachms, struck from the Cited by: 1. Edit View Administration History References Keywords Print Notify All reference works in the Library of Ancient Coinage are public domain and free to download. If you would like to contribute to the ongoing effort of this reference library, click on the category links to the left, and add a short description and/or review of a book under the link.
☯ Full Synopsis: "Edward C.D. Hopkins provides an overview of the history of the Parthian Empire, a period of Persian history closely connected to Greece and Rome.
The Parthians ruled from B.C. to A.D. in ancient Persia (present-day Iran). Lindsay’s A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians (), Percy Gardner’s The Parthian Coinage (), George Rawlinson’s Parthia (), and Warwick William Wroth’s Catalogue of the Coins of Parthia ().
An Introduction to The Coinage of Parthia (, 2nd edition, Spink) by David Sellwood: Since its. Free 2-day shipping. Buy A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians: With Descriptive Catalogues and Tables, Illus. With a Complete Set of Engravings of Brand: John Lindsay. Traditionally, the Parthian Empire (Arsacid Empire) lasted from B.C.
– A.D. The starting date is the time of which the Parthians occupied the satrapy of the Seleucid Empire known as Parthia (modern Turkmenistan).
The. Parthia, ancient land corresponding roughly to the modern region of Khorāsān in Iran. The term is also used in reference to the Parthian empire ( bc–ad ).
The first certain occurrence of the name is as Parthava in the Bīsitūn inscription (c. bc) of the Achaemenian king Darius I, but. The Parthian Empire (/ ˈ p ɑːr θ i ən /; BC – AD), also known as the Arsacid Empire (/ ˈ ɑːr s ə s ɪ d /), was a major Iranian political and cultural power in ancient Iran.
Its latter name comes from Arsaces I who, as leader of the Parni tribe, founded it in the mid-3rd century BC when he conquered the region of Parthia in Iran's northeast, then a satrapy (province) under Capital: Ctesiphon, Ecbatana, Hecatompylos. The coinage of Lydia and Persia. by: Head, Barclay Vincent, Lectures on the coinage of the Greeks and Romans by: Cardwell, Edward, Published: () Illustrations of the Anglo-French coinage by: Ainslie, George Robert, Published: ().
An Introduction to Collecting Coins from Elymais By Robert L3 (Bob L) The coinage of the many ancient cultures beyond the Greco-Roman world is often underappreciated. Some such series seem particularly mysterious due to a dearth of extant, reliable ancient writings about the societies which produced the coins.
I'm not in the market for any of these coins at the moment, but I am very interested in the history, as it spills over into the Arabian Peninsula. I've pulled out John Lindsay's A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians for a start.
But I'm going to bow out now so as not to hijack the thread. A View of the History and Coinage of the Parthians: With Descriptive Catalogues and Tables, Illus.
with a Complete Set of Engravings of Coins, a Large Number of Them Unpublished by John Lindsay avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 10 editions. General. There are a number of problems associated with attributing Parthian coins; identification is principally one of visual comparison of your coin with the generic type-drawings in David Sellwood's An Introduction to the Coinage of Parthia (London: Spink,2nd ed.).
Sellwood has done a masterful job of capturing the general characteristics of each issue in his line .Gardner. The Parthian coinage83p. Lenormant. Memoire sur le classement des medailles qui peuvent appartenir aux treize premiers Arsacides (French)4 6 p.
Levy. Beitrage zur aramaischen Munzkunde Eran's und zur Kunde der alteren Pehlewi-Schrift52p. Lindsay. A view of the history and coinage of the Parthians Seller Rating: % positive.The Lydian coinage system completely changed with an ingenious coin reform. With Alyattes's electrum coinage, the recipient had no way of judging the gold or silver content.
Therefore, Croesus replaced the electrum coins with pure gold and silver, and changed the lion head design to that of the confronted foreparts of a lion and a bull. The Croesus stater was one of the most Cited by: 1.