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Thrace, with its heterogeneous population; proximity to the Greek civilisation; and the long-lasting dominance of the Persians, Macedonians, and Romans that has impacted culture, language, and political institutions of this historical landscape, is a unique testing ground for studying regionalism and identity in antiquity. This book explores these topics through the lens of coinage, numismatic iconography, and coin circulation. Including a series of case studies and theoretical chapters, this volume does not offer a conclusive solution to all of the questions that emerge. Yet the articles presented here, both in their entirety and individually, show the intricacy and manifoldness of the problem and outline prospects for further research.
Über F. Stolba, Vladimir
Ulrike Peter is a scholar of ancient history, working at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Her research agenda includes ancient coinage and the monetary history of Thrace and its neighbouring regions, as well as the reception of ancient coins in the Renaissance. Together with the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the Big Data Lab of the University of Frankfurt, and the TELOTA working group of the Berlin Academy, she is a founder of the web portal Corpus Nummorum and works extensively on iconographic authority data. Vladimir F. Stolba is a senior researcher at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, working at the interface of ancient history and archaeology. His main fields of research have been the monetary history of the Greco-Roman world, ancient economy and agriculture, landscape and settlement archaeology, Greek epigraphy and onomastics, as well as environmental archaeology and paleoclimate, with particular focus on the Black Sea region, Thrace, and north-western Asia Minor. He has been a member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters since 2009.
|Auflage||1. Auflage von 2022|
|Abmessungen (BxH):||170 x 240 mm|