Year published: 2012
SNG. Greece 6. The Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection. From Thessaly to Euboea
Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum (SNG). Greece 6. The Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection. From Thessaly to Euboea was published by the Research Centre for Antiquity of the Academy of Athens. It includes coins from 82 issuing authorities in Western and Central Greece, from Thessaly to Euboea.
- Author: Dimitra Tsangari
- Language: English
- Year published: 2012
What the publication includes
The publication Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum (SNG). Greece 6. The Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection. From Thessaly to Euboea presents 1,005 coins of the Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection, issued by authorities from Thessaly to Euboea.
It includes the rich and interesting coinage of 82 issuing authorities: cities, rulers, kings, tyrants and federations. Issuing authorities are presented according to the geographical distribution of numismatist Barclay Head.
Ongoing scientific work
This is the 2nd publication of part of Alpha Bank’s Collection in the Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum international series. The 1st publication in the same international series came out in 2000 and included the coins of Macedonian kings.
The cataloguing and dating of coins were based on the latest monographs and dedicated papers, where available. All the coins have references to general publications of other extensive collections. The publication also provides a wealth of references.
Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum
The international series Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum is an international research project aimed at cataloguing public and private collections of ancient Greek coins.
The collections are published in cooperation with the relevant committees of the Academy of Athens, specifically the Research Centre for Antiquity. The series is supported by the Union Académique Internationale and the Association Internationale d’ Archéologie Classique.
According to the rules of Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, the coins have short descriptions. The information provided includes the metal, weight in grams and die-axis in the form of Roman numerals, corresponding to the hours on a clock dial.
Author: Dimitra Tsangari
Publisher: Academy of Athens
Place and time: Athens, 2012
Dimensions: 29.5 x 22.5 cm
Cover type: Hardcover