illustrations of the Historia numorum

an atlas of Greek numismatics
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Numismatics,
Other titlesHistoria numorum
StatementJohn Svorones, Barclay V. Head, edited by Alyce Marie Cresap
ContributionsHead, Barclay Vincent, 1844-1914, Cresap, Alyce Marie
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p., [39] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14620225M

The Illustrations of the Historia Numorum. An Illustrations of the Historia numorum book of Greek Numismatics. A new edition adapted from the Greek original as a companion to the reprint edition of Historia Numorum. [John Svoronos; Barclay V.

Head] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Illustrations of the Historia Numorum. An Atlas of Greek : John Svoronos; Barclay V. Head. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Authors' names in reverse order on spine.

A new ed. adapted from the Greek original as a companion to the reprint ed. of Historia numorum. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Historia numorum. Author's names in reverse order on spine. "A new edition adapted from the Greek original as a companion to the reprint edition of Historia numorum, edited by Alyce Marie Cresap.".

Historia Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics (Paperback or Softback) by Head, Barclay Vincent and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Greeks began to settle in southern Italy in the 8th century BC. Their new cities quickly flourished, and there is no better evidence for their prosperity than the abundant coinages that most of them produced.

"Historia Numorum - Italy" has been written to provide a clear and detailed account of the coinage of this prosperous part of Italy, which was sometimes. Of course, trends in both book publishing and visual art shifted considerably in the 20th century, and the practice of publishing visual representations alongside text in adult literature saw a major decline, and book illustration became increasingly associated with children’s literature and “low-brow” or popular writing (such as Classics Illustrated).

History of HN and work on HN 3 Sicily and Adjacent Islands. Barclay V. Head’s Historia Numorum is the standard work on ancient Greek published init received its second edition in A third edition, radically revised and up-dated, was being planned by Sir Stanley Robinson at the time of his death in and the first volume of that project, Historia.

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Historia Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics, 2. edition, Oxford Addeddate Identifier Head_HN_ Historia Numorum a Manual of Greek Numismatics by Barclay V. Head and a Historia Numorum a Manual of Greek Numismatics by Head Barclay V, Used.

You Searched For: Argonaut, (facsimile edition)/ Octavo, lxxxviii, pages with illustrations plus 5 tables. Cloth; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper slightly creased, worn.

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Swindoll's Ultimate Book of Illustrations & Quotes: Over 1, /5(49). The illustration of manuscript books was well established in ancient times, and the tradition of the illuminated manuscript thrived in the West until the invention of printing. Other parts of the world had comparable traditions, such as the Persian book illustration comes from the 15th-century woodcut illustrations that were fairly rapidly included in early printed books, and.

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BROOKS (This book has been slightly revised, reformatted, and edited by the publisher of this revision) PREFACE A WORD TO MINISTERS AND BIBLE TEACHERS File Size: KB. Author of Historia numorum, The earliest Graeco-Bactrian and Graeco-Indian coins, Historia tn nomismatn, Catalogue of the greek coins of Phrygia, The coinage of Lydia and Persia ; from the earliest times to the fall of the Dynasty of the Achaemenidae, The illustrations of the Historia Numorum, The coinage of Lydia and Persia, Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Ionia.

Head, Barclay V. HISTORIA NUMORUM: A MANUAL OF GREEK NUMISMATICS. New and enlarged edition. London, Thick 4to, original crimson cloth, gilt.

lxxxviii,(2), (2) pages; tables in the text; text illustrations of coins; 5 plate tables.

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Fairly heavily annotated in pencil and ink. Binding rubbed and worn, with spine cloth torn but present. At the end of the book is a plate section containing a wide selectionof illustrations of the mints discussed, as well as four maps of the area.

Historia Numorum is fully indexed for ease of reference; the indexes include reverse types and proper names. ISBN: X. Historia Numorum - Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers LLC.

Head, Barclay V. HISTORIA NUMORUM: A MANUAL OF GREEK NUMISMATICS. London: Spink, In East Asia the art of book illustration is very old.

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Printing was highly developed in China by the 9th cent., and exquisite block-printed illustrations enhanced many volumes.

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The names of some of them can be found only in such books as Head's Historia Numorum and other treatises on coins. The existence of others is indicated by some obscure inscriptions, e.

g., Pythodoris II, daughter of Antonia Tryphaena. Historia Numorum: Italy (Scholarly) Hardcover – 9 July At the end of the book is a plate section containing a wide selection of illustrations of the mints discussed, as well as four maps of the area.

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The book is fully indexed for ease of reference; the indexes include reverse types and proper names/5(2). My eye went straight to the Historia Numorum. Funnily enough I came across an 19th century first edition of that book defore I even got into coins.

If I recall, it retailed under £ Should I get it. I love old books too. Generally I love old things with a bit of artistry and history attached to them. Historia Numorum - Italy has been written to provide a clear and de tailed account of the coinage of this prosperous part of Italy, which was sometimes influenced by the Greek model.

The book also includes an account of the coinages of cities of Etruria and north-eastern Italy. Head, Barclay Vincent Head of the Numismatics Department of the British Museum Assisted by: George Francis. Hill, George MacDonald and Warwick Wroth Historia Numorum A Manual of Greek Numismatics--New and Enlarged Edition For.

By Paweł Gołyźniak (in English) ISBN: Publisher: Dr. Ludwig Reichert Verlag Hardcover, pages, 30 b/w figures, b/w plates. Historia Numorum by Barkley Head ( pages plus 7 tables) dark green cloth, Spink reprint, plus The Illustrations of Historia Numorum, by John Svoronos and Barclay Head (64 pages plus 34 plates plus 4 tables of lettering), both volumes as one lot [$59, reduced to $45 The book is old but remarkably complete and well done.

Illustrations Figure 1. “Rostam pulls the Khaqan of Čin from his saddle,” signed by Āqā Loṭf-ʿAli Ṣuratgar, dated /, from the Šāh-nāma-ye Dāvari. Historia Numorum Book Summary: "Historia Numorum - Italy" has been written to provide a clear and detailed account of the coinage of this prosperous part of Italy, which was sometimes influenced by the Greek model.

At the end of the book is a plate section containing a wide selection of illustrations of the mints discussed, as well as.The illustrations of the Historia numorum, an atlas of Greek numismatics. Argonaut, Chicago, [CSNA Call # ] Please include the CSNA Call Number when requesting books from the Library Page 4.keyword subkey title author edition year publisher pages cab lib_congress ISBN_ISSN; Medals: Tokens: Greatest American Medals & Tokens: Katerine Jaegar and Q.

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