Temples of Rome as coin types by Donald Frederic Brown

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Published by The American Numismatic Society in New York .

Written in English

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  • Rome.


  • Coins, Roman.,
  • Numismatics, Roman.,
  • Temples -- Rome.

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Statementby Donald F. Brown.
ContributionsAmerican Numismatic Society.
LC ClassificationsCJ865 .B7
The Physical Object
Pagination 2 p. 1., 51 [1] p.
Number of Pages51
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Open LibraryOL6408752M
LC Control Number40029759

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Donaldson's Architectura Numismatica, published in A casual selection of types was discussed, but the book today has little value beyond that of. Monuments of Ancient Rome As Coin Types First Edition Edition. by Philip Hill (Author) 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. Author: Philip Hill. Ancient Roman temples were built during antiquity by the people of ancient Rome or peoples belonging to the Roman Empire.

These temples were dedicated to divinities from the Roman pantheon. View of the Temple of Romulus, from the Palatine Hill. The Temple of Apollo in Pompeii.

Mount Vesuvius is to the far left. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, map ; 26 cm: Contents: Temples and shrines --Public buildings --Triumphal arches --Columns and Cippi --Altars --Equestrian statues --Statues, statuary groups and reliefs --Miscellaneous buildings and monuments --Symbolical sibility.

FOURTH (FINAL) TEMPLE. The final Temple lasted until CE, when the Vandals plundered Rome and destroyed the Temple. The 82 CE coin, with the Temple represented as tetrastyle, shows the cult statue of Jupiter flanked by cult statues of Juno Regina and Minerva, with elaborate decorations on the pediment and roof.

6 The CE coin shows a scene of a. An introduction to the subject which includes sections on temples and shrines, public buildings, arches, columns and cippi, altars, equestrian statues and statues of ancient Rome.

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Greek temples (Ancient Greek: ναός, romanized: naós, lit. 'dwelling', semantically distinct from Latin templum, "temple") were structures built to house deity statues within Greek sanctuaries in ancient Greek temple interiors did not serve as meeting places, since the sacrifices and rituals dedicated to the respective deity took place outside them, within the wider precinct.

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Three types of persons conducted banking activities in Rome: the argentarii, the mensarii and the argentarii, also called argenteae mensae exercitores, argenti distractores or negotiatores stipis argentariae, were private persons, free citizens, independent from the belonged to a guild which accepted only a limited number of new members.

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