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Coinages and Society in Britain and Gaul: some current problems

Barry Cunliffe (editor)

CBA Research Report No 38 (1981)

ISBN 0 906780 04 7


Abstract

Title page of report 38

The Oxford Department of External Studies had, in 1980, held three Iron Age conferences each designed to examine the most recent British work against its Continental background. The first, which took place in October 1975, was concerned with oppida and the beginnings of urbanisation in barbarian Europe; the second, in October 1977, dealt with Lowland Iron Age communities in Europe, while the third, held in October 1978, covered the theme of early coinage and society in Britain and Gaul. It is a selection of the papers presented at this last, suitably augmented, which forms the basis of the present volume.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • Contents (p iv)
  • Preface (p v)
  • Early Greek coinage and the influence of the Athenian state Keith Rutter (pp 1-9)
  • Coinage and state development in central Gaul Daphne Nash (pp 10-17)
  • The origins and evolution of coinage in Belgic Gaul Simone Scheers (pp 18-23)
  • Roman monetary impact on the Celtic world-thoughts and problems Richard Reece (pp 24-28)
  • Money and society in pre-Roman Britain Barry Cunliffe (pp 29-39)
  • The origins of coinage in Britain John Kent (pp 40-42)
  • Lost and found: the archaeology of find-spots of Celtic coins Warwick Rodwell (pp 43-52)
  • Coinage, oppida and the rise of Belgic power: a reply John Collis (pp 53-55)
  • Iron Age coinage: a counter reply Warwick Rodwell (pp 56-56)
  • A computer-based information storageand retrieval scheme for Iron Age coin finds in Britain Colin Haselgrove & John Collis (pp 57-60)
  • The coin maps (p 61-92)
  • Index (pp 93-94)

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