Roman provincial coinage. by Andrew Burnett

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Published by British Museum Press, Bibliothèque nationale de France in London, Paris .

Written in English

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  • Coinage -- Rome -- History.,
  • Coins, Roman -- Catalogs.,
  • Numismatics, Romans

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StatementAndrew Burnett, Michel Amandry, Pere Pau Ripollès.
ContributionsAmandry, Michel., Ripollès, Pere Pau.
LC ClassificationsCJ833 .B874 1992 Suppl.1
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p., 11 plates :
Number of Pages60
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Open LibraryOL19486416M
ISBN 100714108944, 2717720499

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