H 280 x W 220 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white (45 plates in colour)
Published Nov 2018
Editor-in-Chief Nicholas J. Molinari
KOINON is a new international journal that encourages contributions to the study of classical numismatics from a wide variety of perspectives.
Why a New Journal in Classical Numismatics? An Editorial by Nicholas J. Molinari; GREEK NUMISMATICS; Sophocles’ Trachiniae and the Apotheosis of Herakles: The Importance of Acheloios and Some Numismatic Confirmations – by Nicholas J. Molinari; Provenance Lost and Found: Alfred Bourguignon – by John Voukelatos; A Philip III Tetradrachm Die Pair Recycled by Seleukos I – by Lloyd W.H. Taylor; Blundered Era Date on Coin of Arados, Civic Year 119 – by Martin Rowe; ROMAN NUMISMATICS; Sotto l’egida di Minerva: Echi monetali delle imprese britanniche da Cesare ai Severi – by Luigi Pedroni; A Doubted Variety of M. Aemilius Scaurus and P. Plautius Hypsaeus Vindicated – by Jordan Montgomery and Richard Schaefer; Redating Nepotian’s Usurpation and the Coinage of Magnentius – by Shawn Caza; A previously unrecorded reverse for Constantine I – by Victor Clark; ORIENTAL NUMISMATICS; The Dating and the Sequence of the Persid Frataraka Revisited – by Wilhelm Müseler; The Kilwa Coins of Sultan al-Ḥasan ibn Sulaymān in their Historical Context – by N.J.C. Smith; An Introduction to Parthian Silver Fractions, The Little Anomalies of Arsacid Coinage – by Bob Langnas; An interesting denaro tornese of the Barons Revolt of 1459-1464 and some considerations regarding Nicola II di Monforte – by Andrei Bontas; A CATALOG OF NEW VARIETIES