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  • In 2017, two Roman bridges over the Drava river were discovered in the municipality of Rosegg (Rožek)/Emmersdorf in Carinthia (Austria). Although the existence of a bridge had been known for a long time it could only be identified as definitely Roman after further inves...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Dmitriy N. Khmelevskiy; Valeriy V. Krutilov; Maria V Novichenkova;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    A paper is devoted to a publication of a rare for a Northern Black Sea region find – a half of an imitation of a Roman Republican denarius serratus revealed in Olbia Pontica in 2003 in cultural strata during the excavations of the «L-1» area, a Central part of a Citadel...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Kyrylo Myzgin; Arkadiusz Dymowski; Oleksiy Chemuranov;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    The hoard found in 2018 at Skypche in the western region of Ukraine included seventy Roman denarii of the 1st and 2nd century AD (Trajan to Commodus) and a presumably silver ring. The hoard is typical for the territory of Ukraine occupied in the later phases of the Roma...

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  • Cristian Găzdac, Ovidiu Oargă, Ágnes Alföldy-Găzdac, It was supposed to be Silver! The Scrap Coin ʽHoardʼ Apulum VI Coins from Roman Sites and Collections of Roman Coins from Romania, V/2, Mega Publishing House], Cluj-Napoca, 2015. 110 A4 pages, coloured illustrations. ...

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  • publication . Article . 2015
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    Authors:
    Cristian Gazdac; Agnes Gazdac-Alfoldy;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    Using comparative analysis and the most recent coin site-finds publication from the Roman site of Drobeta in Roman Dacia (nowadays Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Romania), the present paper demonstrates that when a site from a province is closed to an official mint from another...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    M. M. Choref;
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    Publisher: Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, State Budgetary Institution “Shigabutdin Marjani Institute of History"

    It is not for the first century already, that the composition of the monetary circulation of the Crimean Khanate in different periods of its history has been studied. As a result was developed an objective and largely consistent scheme of attribution and dating of its c...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
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    Authors:
    Michail Liubichev; Kirill Myzgin;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    The subject of publication was to assess the level of research of monuments of different cultural groups and to define main studying problems of the region of the Late Roman Period - erly Great Migration Period. Two main concepts of ethno-cultural development of the reg...

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  • publication . Article . 2015
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    Authors:
    Marius Grigore Stan;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    This article offers a re-examination of the phenomenon of Roman Republican coinage during the pre-Roman period in Carpathian region. It is argued that by compiling the evidence into a multifaceted database, new insights are gained on the explanation of the currency in p...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Cristian Gazdac;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    The present paper is focusing on the interpretation of a coin deposit found within a sacred area at one of the key fortresses in Iron Age Dacia – Costești-Cetățuie.Based on a detailed catalogue, the analysis is taking into account the closest analogy, the geographic are...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Cristian Gazdac; Eduard Pollhammer; Werner Melchart;
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    Publisher: Mega Publishing House

    By presenting new evidence on gold coin finds, this paper is discussing the possibility that the Roman metropolis of Carnuntum - a 10 sqkm archaeological site – may be one of the highest providers of the single gold coin finds among the Roman sites.

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