|Size||21.5 x 28 cm|
|Images||244 figures, 52 tables, 26 plates, 10 maps|
Preface / Sunuş
ANTIQUITY (Greek, Roman and Roman Provincial)
ZURBACH Julien: New Perspectives on Money in the Late Bronze to Iron Age Aegean.
FISCHER-BOSSERT Wolfgang: Electrum Coinage of the 7th Century B.C.
WARTENBERG Ute: Archaic Electrum Coinage in Thrace and Macedonia in the Sixth Centuıy: the Hoard Evidence.
ELLIS-EVANS Aneurin – VAN ALFEN Peter: Preliminary Observations on the Archaic Silver Coinage of Lampsakos in its Regional Context.
KiLLEN Simone: The Winged Horse Protome from Lampsacus and its lnterpretations.
EROL-ÖZDİZBAY Aliye: The Coinage of Pordosilene (Pordoselene/Poroselene).
KROLL John H.: Two Fifth-Century Lead Weights of Kyzikos on the Comınercial Standard of Athens.
TEKİN Oğuz: Weights of Lysimachia: Identification, Iconography and Dating.
REGER Gary: Regionalism and Coins in the Hellenistic World.
CALLATAŸ François de: Overstrikes on Pamphylian and Cilician Silver Sigloi (5th-4th c. B.C.).
DUYRAT Frédérique: Alexander’s Gold Distaters.
ASHTON Richard H. J.: The Pseudo-Rhodian Drachms of Kibyra.
KÖKER Hüseyin: Overstruck Coins of Etenna.
MEADOWS Andrew: Civic Countermarks on the Silver Coinage of Asia Minor in the 2nd Century B.C.
PAUNOV Evgeni: On Both Shores of the Bosphorus: The Coinage of Rhoemetalces I, King of Thrace (ca. 12/11 B.C.-A.D. 12/13).
BURNETT Andrew – MARTIN Katharina: An Early Imperial Coinage from Alcxandria Troas?
AMANDRY Michel: The Cistophoric Coinage of Hadrian: New Dala.
GÜNEY Hale: Homonoia Coins and the City of Nicomedia.
ÜNAL Erdal: Bronze Coinage of Magydos.
PUGLISI Mariangela: Iconographic Choices in the Roman Provincial Coinage ofKyme (Aeolis).
POLOSA Annalisa: Coins in the Northerrı Aegean: Testimonies from Lemnos.
STROOBANTS Fran: Daily Coin Use and the Level ofMonetizatiorı at Roman Sagalassos and its Territory.
SPOERRI BUTCHER Marguerite: ‘Pseudo-autonomous’ Coins Issued in the Name of the Senate: Towards a Reappraisal of the Role of the Workshops within the Province of A ia (A.D. 238-253).
SANCAKTAR Hacer: Arıalysis of the Coins Found at the Excavations of the 6th Batlı Complex in Arycanda.
NOLLÉ Johannes: Creating Borders and Surpassing Them: Myths of the Propontis Region Reflected by City Coins.
CHAMEROY Jérémie: The Circulation of Gallic Empire Coins in Western Asia Minor in Light of Excavated Coins.
LEROUXEL François: Two Families and the Monetization of Arsinoite Villages in Roman Egypt.
MARCELLESI Marie-Christine: Coins from the Excavations at Agioi Pente of Yeroskipou near Paphos (Late Antiquity and Early Byzantine Times): A Preliminary Report.
MEDlEVAL (Byzantine, European and Islamic)
ÜNAL Ceren: A Group of Billon Trachea: The Beydağ Hoard from the Archaeological Museurn in Aydın.
YAĞIZ Oya – ÖZTÜRK Önder: The Veliköy Hoard: A Preliminary Report
CAMPAGNOLO Matteo: From Copper to Glass: Technical Progress and Reliability ofEarly Byzantine Coin-Weights.
MORDECHAI Lee: The FL>\ME Project: Reconstructing the Late Antique and Early Medieval Economy.
ZAVAGNO Luca: Beyond the Periphery: Reassessing the Byzantine lnsular Economy between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (ca. 650-850 A.D.).
BAKER Julian: Coin Circulation in Fourteenth-Century Thrace and Constantinople According to the Evidence ofthe Hoards.
YOUNIS Mohammad: Early Islamic Imitative Fulüs ofEgyptian Coins frorn Bilad al-Sham.
NAUE Matthias: An Estimation ofEarly ‘Abbasid Mint Output: Madinatjayy 162 A.H./778-9 C.E.
TEOMAN Betül: Figural Coins of the Seljuqs of Rum.
TEOMAN Gültekin: Western Anatolian Beylik Coins Minted in the Name of the İlkhans.
SCHULTZ Warren C.: How were Mamluk Fulus Valued at the Beginning of the 9th/15th Century? Reflections on Two Passages from al-Maqrizi and Some Archaeological Evidence.
AL-‘AKRA Hassan: Numismatic and Historical Studies on Medieval Coins Found in the Excavations of Baalbek: A Synthesis.
STAHL Alan M.: Archaeological Finds of Medieval Coinage in the Northeastern Mediterranean: Implications for the Study of Circulation and Site History.