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Curator of Numismatics @ Princeton University
Assistant Professor of Numismatics @ the University of Bologna
Aggregate Professor of Greek and Roman Numismatics @ First Cycle Degree in Cultural Heritage (campus of Ravenna)
Full Professor of Numismatics @ Department of Ancient and Modern Civilization of the University of Messina
Associate Professor of Numismatics and Monetary History @ Vienna University
Jens Christian Moesgaard
Professor @ Stockholm Numismatic Institute (The Gunnar Ekström Chair of Numismatics and Monetary History), University of Stockholm
Professor of Numismatics
Associate Professor of Numismatics and Classical Archaeology @ the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick
Svein Harald Gullbekk
Professor of Numismatics and History of Money @ Museum of Cultural History, Oslo University
A big thanks goes to the people who responded to my emails.
Professor Suzanne Frey-Kupper gave two recommendations.
1 – Howgego, C. (1995) Ancient History from Coins (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
2 – Metcalf, W. (2012, ed.) Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
Alan M. Stahl informed me that the introductory books are geared towards specific fields of numismatics. He recommended Philip Grierson’s Numismatics (Oxford, 1975). He said it was “comprehensive in coverage and methodology” but that it was somewhat out of date in some areas.
Hubert Emmerig responded by telling me my question was too general.
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