MONEY: TANGIBLE SYMBOLS IN ANCIENT GREECE
Edited by Nicholas Chr. Stampolidis, Dr Dimitra Tsangari, Yorgos Tassoulas
30.00€ / 24.00€
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The publication, which accompanies the exhibition of the same title that is jointly organised by the Museum of Cycladic Art and the Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection, presents a different side of coins, which first appeared in the late 7th century BC. During antiquity, the coin, apart from being a medium of exchange, also had a symbolic meaning.

The publication comprises texts divided into eight themed sections that are linked to Money: Transactions, Trade, Art, History, Circulation of Ideas, Propaganda, Society and Banks, as well as information together with rich photographic material concerning 253 objects (coins, vases, terracotta figurines, statuettes, reliefs, inscriptions, etc.).

Language : Greek, English
 
Region : Athens
 
Released date : 2017
 
Dimensions : 30 x 23
 
Greek publication pages : 396
 
English publication pages : 388
 
ISBN - Greek : 978-960-93-9445-1
 
ISBN - Εnglish : 978-960-93-9491-8
 
Cover type : Paperback
 
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