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Since what tokens look like are not widely known, we attach here the public domain copy of Rostovtzeff's catalogue to facilitate wider academic and public knowledge about these objects. Its in Latin, but several students will begin work on an English translation over the summer!

Rostovtzeff, Tesserarum Urbis Romae et Suburbi. Text. Plates I-II, III-VI, VII-IX, X-XII.

Education/School Materials

Cambridge-KCL PGCE INSET (14th February 2017). Powerpoint. Handout.

Roman finger counting video.