The Julio-Claudian and Flavian Coins from Rome's Municipal Urban Excavations : [16] Collection home page

CONTENTS

Parisi Presicce Claudio

Preface

Molinari Maria Cristina

Introduction

Lanna Fabiana, Molinari Maria Cristina

The Finds

Lanna Fabiana, Molinari Maria Cristina

Augustus

Molinari Maria Cristina, Barbato Marta

Tiberius

Williams Daniela

Gaius (Caligula)

Lanna Fabiana

Claudius

Lanna Fabiana

Nero

Lanna Fabiana

The Interregnum years

Barbato Marta

The Emperors of the Flavian dynasty (AD 69-96)

Molinari Maria Cristina

Conclusions

Molinari Maria Cristina

Appendix

Molinari Maria Cristina

List of Capitoline assemblage

Molinari Maria Cristina

Bibliography

Molinari Maria Cristina

Notes on Authors

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The reconstruction of coin circulation in the city of Rome represents a matter whose boundaries are still rather nebulous and undefined. This book aims at examining the coins of the Julio-Claudian and Flavian period unearthed in Rome, both in the municipal areas and with the excavations of the Governorate, in the late nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century. These specimens are now available online at www.museicapitolini.net. Complemented with the pieces coming from other sites of the empire’s capital published so far, they have been subsequently compared with the finds from the cities of Latium vetus and Campania, in an effort to outline a picture of the coin circulation in the first century AD in such areas of the Italian peninsula.

Maria Cristina Molinari , is Keeper of the Department of Coins and Medals of the Capitoline Museums (Rome) and Adjunct Professor at the Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (Dept. of Humanities) of the Università degli Studi Roma Tre.