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Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Studies in Celtic Coinage)

Philip De Jersey

Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Studies in Celtic Coinage)

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    Number of Pages266
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Coinage in iron age Armorica. [Philip de Jersey] A complete description and catalogue of the coinage of Armorica, an area that includes all of Brittany and extends into Lower Normandy and virtually all of the Pays de la Loire. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philip de Jersey.

Find more information about: ISBN: Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Studies in Celtic Coinage) (Book) Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Studies in Celtic Coinage) Author.

De Jersey, Philip. Publisher. Oxford University School of Archaeology. Publication Date. Buy This Book. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History. Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Studies in Celtic Coinage) by Philip De Jersey (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: 2. publishing his doctoral thesis on Coinage in Iron Age Armorica in Since then Dr de Jersey has published widely on the archaeology and numismatics of Iron Age Britain and France and is the national expert on Iron Age Armorican coins.

The incredible amount of information amassed in this volume has been supported by theFile Size: 67KB. The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, which had an independent Iron Age culture of its own.

The parallel phase of Irish archaeology is termed the Irish Iron Age. De Jersey, Philip Oxford University,x, pages, illustrated throughout, card covers. New. Archaeology can furnish little information on Armorican society in the middle La T�ne, and coinage represents the only significant form of evidence for this period in much of the area.

Coinage in Iron Age Armorica by Philip de Jersey (Studies in Celtic Coinage #2) US$ The Coinage of Ireland in Copper, Tin, and Pewter, by Philip Nelson.

Iron Age (Celtic) coin guide. Over 3, Iron Age (Celtic) coins have been recorded on the Portable Antiquities Scheme Database. However, the Database now incorporates the information held by the Celtic Coin Index (CCI), which has been based at Oxford University since This provides an unparalleled resource for the study of Iron Age or Celtic coinage.

Reference: P. de Jersey, Coinage in Iron Age Armorica, fig. 51, class II; SCBC 15 When JA sold me this coin, all I knew was that it was from the region of Armorica, and not much more.

JA ordered a book and will let me know what he finds, but cross referencing the coins of Armorica leads me to believe this is definitely a stater belonging to the. Third in the studies in Celtic coinage series the aim of this monograph is to bring together the archaeological evidence for maritime intercourse between Armorica and southern Britain in the latter part of the Iron Age.

The first section (Cunliffe) discusses the ceramic evidence, mainly from Hengistbury Head. (Curteis) The Iron Age Coinages Of The South Midlands 2 (De Jersey) Coinage In Iron Age Armorica (Evans) The Coins Of The Ancient Britons (Eyre) The Tribes & Coins Of Celtic Britain (Fanello) Later Iron Age Coinage In Britain.

REVIEWS Coinage in Iron Age Armorica, by P. de Jersey (Oxford University Committee fo Archaeologyr, Monogr Studies in Celtic Coinage 2, ), pages, 29 maps PHILIP de Jersey's boo on thk e Iron Age coins of Armorica is, in many ways, a it modes kindl o.

f Developed fro him s Oxfor D. Phild, thesis, it. ↑ "Coinage in Iron Age Armorica", Studies in Celtic Coinage, 2 () ↑ Leon Fleuriot's primarily linguistic researches in Les Origines de la Bretagne, emphasizes instead the broader influx of Britons into Roman Gaul that preceded the fifth-century collapse of Roman power.

↑ Procopius, in History of the Wars, viii, 20, Philip de Jersey is a Guernsey archaeologist and is known as an expert on Celtic coins of the Iron Age. Life and career. De Jersey was born in Guernsey, and studied Geography at Hertford College, University of graduating he stayed on at Oxford University to study for a doctorate on the late Iron Age in north-west France.

From to de Jersey Alma mater: Oxford University. John Hooker's 'Celtic Improvisations, A Case Study in Iron Age Art' is the most comprehensive typological study of a Celtic coinage ever written.

The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, which had an independent Iron Age culture of its own.

The parallel phase of Irish archaeology is termed the Irish Iron Age. The Iron Age is not. Pliny the Elder, in his Natural History (), claims that Armorica was the older name for Aquitania and states Armorica's southern boundary extended to the into account the Gaulish origin of the name, that is perfectly correct and logical, as Aremorica is not a country name but a word that describes a type of geographical region, one that is by the sea.

Celtic coin books for sale in the Forum Ancient Coins store. ^ "Coinage in Iron Age Armorica", Studies in Celtic Coinage, 2 () ^ Leon Fleuriot's primarily linguistic researches in Les Origines de la Bretagne, emphasizes instead the broader influx of Britons into Roman Gaul that preceded the fifth-century collapse of Roman power.

^ Procopius, in History of the Wars, viii, 20, Request PDF | The metallurgy of Roman Silver Coinage | The fineness of Roman imperial and provincial coinage has been regarded as an indicator of.

Third in the studies in Celtic coinage series the aim of this monograph is to bring together the archaeological evidence for maritime intercourse between Armorica and southern Britain in the latter part of the Iron Age.

The first section (Cunliffe) discusses the ceramic evidence, mainly from Hengistbury Head. It suggests an intensified exchange system that probably lasted no more. A.B. lxii abbey Aleth ancient Armorica Bacaudae Barenton Bellamy Bellevue bishop Borderie Breton Britain British Brittany Broceliande Caesar Carausius Carhaix Carnac Celtic centre chapter chateau Church cities city/states coast coinage coins Colbert de Beaulieu Concoret Constantius Coriosolitae Cornouaille Cornwall Corseul Cunomorus diocese.

Celtic Coins and Ancient Tribal Coinage This page offers coins of the Celtic tribes, as well as coins of Iberian, German, Thracian, Paenonian, Illyrian, Dacian, Gaete, and other European tribes. These tribes struck coins from the late 4th century B.C. until the late 1st century B.C.

The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, which had an independent Iron Age culture of its own.

[1] The parallel phase of Irish archaeology is termed the Irish Iron. PM Coinage in Iron Age Armorica; Klawans, Zander H. PM An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins; PM The Guide Book of Canadian Coins, Paper Currency & Tokens () and The Guide Book of Modern British Coins (); Unknown.

The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron-Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, which had an independent Iron Age culture of its own.

[1] The parallel phase of Irish archaeology is termed the Irish Iron Age. [2]. - Coins Minted by the Celts. See more ideas about Celtic, Coins and Celtic art pins. An Iceni iron age fort has been identified at Barnham surrounded by ditches and ramparts.

Measuring by 77 yards, it is rated as a small fort by iron age standards. The ditches were 23 feet wide and 10 feet deep, and the ditches were built between BC and 20 AD. This aerial view shows the dark cropmark of a double-ditched trapezoidal.

The Parisii were Celtic Iron Age people who lived on the banks of the river Seine (in Latin, Sequana) in Gaul from the middle of the third century BC until the Roman era. With the Suessiones, the Parisii participated in the general rising of Vercingetorix against Julius Caesar in 52 BC.

Before the Roman period the Parisii had their own gold coinage. Armorica was northwest Gaul, but evidently the tribes of the region migrated to the western coast of Britain as well.

Where would the coin have been minted. I found a book that appears to answer my questions so I bought it for a mere $1, see here. During Iron Age, Armorica associated with several Celtic groups.

Armorican socketed axes. coinage) - Why. Migrations that occurred c. BC may have - Book of Invasions • Many ceremonial sites Ireland occupied from at least middle Iron Age. Very good condition book in a Very good condition dustjacket. Tight, clean copy with no markings to the book.

We have placed dustjacket in a brodart protective cover and it looks much better than described. This book is The Riverrun Trilogy comprising Riverrun, Armorica, and Yestern. Seller Inventory #   Coinage in Iron Age Armorica, Oxford Detienne, M. ‘Culinary practice and the spirit of sacrifice’, in The Cuisine of Sacrifice among the Greeks (eds.

Detienne, M. and Vernant, J.-P.), 1 – 20, ChicagoCited by: The arrival in England of these new Iron Age A people opened the first phase of the Iron Age, which lasted till c.

B.C.". "the presence of Iron Age A immigrants is chiefly indicated by their domestic pottery, mainly jars and bowls of both coarse and fine fabric, which are. Cross-Channel Trade Between Gaul and Britain in the Pre-Roman Iron Age, Issue 4 Sarah Macready, Frederick Hugh Thompson, Society of Antiquaries of London Society of Antiquaries of London, - Archaeology - pages.

Armorica and Britain: cross channel relationships in the late first millennium BC Coinage and society in Britain and Gaul: some current problems.

Iron Age communities in Britain: an account of England, Scotland and Wales from the seventh century BC until the Roman Conquest. Author Iron Age sites in central southern England.

Celtic Art: Coins. Coinage, an important feature of Celtic culture, is of interest for the degree of social development it reveals and for the economic and historical evidence it provides. Displaying outstanding artistic skill, often of remarkable aesthetic quality, possessing obvious sociological and religious significance and also a.

de Jersey, Philip; Coinage in Iron Age Armorica; ; ISBN ; Dolley, Michael; The Guide Book to the Coinage of Ireland; ; Dykes, D. R.; Anglo-Saxon Coins in the National Museum of Wales; Richard; British Iron Age Coins in the British Museum; ; ISBN ; Holm.

Coinage in Iron Age Armorica, Oxford Detienne M. ‘Culinary practice and the spirit of sacrifice’, in The Cuisine of Sacrifice among the Greeks (eds. Cited by: Armorica, (from Celtic ar, “on,” and mor, “sea”), Latin name for the northwestern extremity of Gaul, now Brittany.

In Celtic, Roman, and Frankish times Armorica also included the western part of what later became Normandy. In Julius Caesar’s time it. Coinage in Iron Age Armorica - Studies in Celtic Coinage No. 2 (Paperback) Philip de Jersey £ Paperback.DE JERSEY, P.E.

forthcoming: f i e archaeology of coinage in Iron Age Armorica. DENIAUX. E. Recherches sur les amphores antiques de Basse-Normandie (Caen, Cahiers des Annales de Normandie 12B).COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .