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The Augustan Revolution Seen from the Mints of the Provinces [Extrait] / Andrew Burnett

Publication : 2011 In : The Journal of Roman Studies, 101Description : p. 1-30 : ill.Langue : Anglais. Auteur principal: Burnett, Andrew M. Résumé : This paper looks at the words, pictures and shapes that people in the Roman provinces placed on the thousands of coins that were made by each of several hundred cities, and uses the patterns that can be found to discuss the contribution provincial coins can make to our understanding of how relationships developed between the early Roman emperors, especially Augustus, and their audiences in provincial cities..Sujets:numismatique -- monnaie -- épigraphie -- légende monétaire -- portrait -- démonétisation -- province -- romanisation Chrono:Antiquité romaine -- République romaine -- Empire romain Lieux:Monde romain -- Rome -- Hispanie -- Afrique romaine -- Asie -- Phénicie Anthroponymes: Auguste
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This paper looks at the words, pictures and shapes that people in the Roman provinces placed on the thousands of coins that were made by each of several hundred cities, and uses the patterns that can be found to discuss the contribution provincial coins can make to our understanding of how relationships developed between the early Roman emperors, especially Augustus, and their audiences in provincial cities.

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