Introduction to
Bryn Mawr College
Coin Collection





Exhibition curated by
Sarah E. Hafner
National Endowment
for the Humanities 2005
Summer Curatorial Intern




Alföldi, Andrew, “The Main Aspects of Political Propaganda on the Coinage of the Roman Republic,” in Essays in Roman Coinage presented to Harold Mattingly, ed. R.A.G. Carson and C.H.V. Sutherland, Oxford University Press, 1956. 63-95.

Crawford, Michael, Roman Republican Coinage, 2 Volumes, Cambridge University Press, 1974.

Crawford, Michael, ed., Sources of History: Studies in the Uses of Historical Evidence. Sources for Ancient History, ed. G.R. Elton., Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Head, Barclay V., Historia Numorum : A Manual of Greek Numismatics. 1911. New and Enlarged Edition, New York: S.J. Durst, 1983.

Klawans, Zander H., Handbook of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins, ed. K.E. Bressett, New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 1995.

Mattingly, Harold B., From Coins to History: Selected Numismatic Studies, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004.

Mattingly, Harold B., Roman Coins: From the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire, London: Methuem & Co. Ltd, 1967.

Meadows, Andrew and Jonathan Williams, “Moneta and the Monuments: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome,” The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 91 (2001), 27-49.

Seaby, H.A., Roman Silver Coins Volume I: The Republic to Augustus, 2 nd ed., London: B.A. Seaby Ltd., 1967.

Sear, David, Roman Coins and their Values, revised ed., London: Seaby’s Numismatics Publications Ltd., 1970.

See also other ancient numismatics publications by Sear.