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Coinage of Greece & Rome - Bibliography


Essential reading for Module

@ Howgego, C. (1995) Ancient History from Coins (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
@ Metcalf, W. (2012, ed.) Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

Standard Reference Works, History of Research, Reception Studies

Head, B.V. (1911, 2nd. ed.) Historia Numorum (Oxford)

Many mint attributions and chronologies now outdated, but still the only comprehensive reference work on Greek coinage
HN3 Italy
Rutter, N.K. ed. (2001), Historia Numorum. Italy (London, British Museum Press)
New and fundamentally reviewed edition of Head’s HN2. Voume Sicily and Ajacent Islands (N.K. Rutter, S. Frey-Kupper and J. Morcom) is in progress.
SNG - Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum.
Collections of various museum coin cabinets.
Online:
http://www.sylloge-nummorum-graecorum.org/ (database of the coins in British collections)
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/numiswiki/view.asp?key=sylloge%20nummorum%20graecorum (overview on published volumes)
BMC Italy (etc.)
Poole, R.S. ed. (1873-1927 (Reprint Bologna 1963-1965) A catalogue of the Greek Coins in the British Museum, 29 vols (London).
Roman coins from Rome
RRC
@Crawford, M.H. (RRC (1974, 2001 reprint with corrections) Roman Republican Coinage (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Online http://numismatics.org/crro/
BMC
Mattingly, H.B., Carson, R.A.G., Hill, P.V. et al. (1923-1970) Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, 6 vols. (London: British Museum)
HCC
Robertson, A.S. (1962-1982) Roman Coins in the Hunter Coin Cabinet, University of Glasgow, 5 vols (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
RIC
Mattingly, H.B., Bruun, P.M., Carson, R.A.G. et al. (1923-1994) The Roman Imperial Coinage (London: Spink)
CHRR online:
http://numismatics.org/chrr/
Roman Provincial coins
Roman Provincial coins
RPC I
Amandry, M., Burnett and A., Ripollès, P.P. (1992) Roman Provincial Coinage. Vol. I. From the Death of Cesar to the Death of Vitellius (44 BC - AD 69) (London: British Museum Press; Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale)
RPC II
Burnett, A., Amandry, A. and Carradice, I. (1999) Roman Provincial Coinage. Vol. II. From Vespasian to Domitian (AD 69-96) (London: British Museum Press; Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale)
RPC III
Burnett, A., Amandry, A. et al. (2015) Nerva to Hadrian (AD 98-138) (London: British Museum Press; Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale) Database accessible online: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk
RPC IV
Covers all the Antonine period (AD 138-192). Database accessible online: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk
RPC VI
Covers the period from Elagabalus to Maximinus (AD 218-238). Asia Minor and Egypt only. Database accessible online: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk
RPC VII.1 M. Spoerri Butcher (2006), Roman Provincial Coinage VII. De Gordien Ier à Gordien III (238-244 apr. J.-C.) 1. Province d'Asie (London: British Museum Press; Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale)
RPC IX
Hostein, A. and Mairat V. (2016) Trajan Decius Uranius Antoninus (AD 249-254) (London: British Museum Press; Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale)
Supplements:
RPC CS
Ripollès, P.P., Burnett, A., Amandry, M., Carradice, I. and Spoerri Butcher, M. (2015) RPC Consolidated supplement (1992-2015) http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/supp/rpc_cons_supp_1-3.pdf
RPC Suppl. 4
Amandry, M., Burnett, A., Hostein, A., Mairat, J. Carradice, I., Ripollès, P.P. and Spoerri Butcher, M. (2017) RPC Supplement 4 (Volumes I, II, III, VII.1 and IX) http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/supp/rpc-supp-4.pdf

Bibliographies and Lexica
Dekesel, C.E. (1997) Bibliotheca Nummaria: Bibliography of 16th Century Numismatic Books (London: Spink) [ZCJ 73.D3]
Dekesel, C.E. (2003) Bibliotheca Nummaria II: Bibliography of 17th Century Numismatic Books 3 vols. (London: G.F. Kolbe Publications) [Z6870.D444]
The reference bibliography on the beginnings of numismatics
Clain-Stefanelli, E.E. (1985) Numismatic Bibliography (Munich and New York: Battenberg and Saur, cop.)
The most comprehensive numismatic bibliography, includes all topics (18.311 titles)

Survey of Numismatic Research, edited at the occasion of the International Numismatic Congresses (held every six years) in London (1986), Brussels (1991), Berlin (1997), Madrid (2003), and in recent years in Glasgow, see:
M. Amandry and D. Bateson eds. (2009) A Survey of Numismatic Research 2002-2007. International Numismatic Commission (Special Publication 15) eds. M. Amandry and D. Bateson (Glasgow: International Association of Professional Numismatists).
Taormina (2015) is forthcoming.

Online:
http://www.mcu.es/museos/MC/ActasNumis/index.html (proceedings Madrid 2003)
http://www.muenzgeschichte.ch/inc/21001/index.html (Survey 2002-2007)

LIMC (1981–1997, 1999) Lexikon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae, 8 vols (16 half-volumes) (Zurich and Munich: Artemis) and two volumes of indexes (BL 715.L3)
Most important on iconography

History of Research – Teaching Numismatics
Wolters, R. and Ziegert, M., eds (2017) Numismatik lehren in Europa (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte) (Vienna: Österreichische Forschungsgesellschaft für Numismatik, c/o Institut für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte der Universität Wien)

See there for UK:
Frey-Kupper, S. 'And I hope... that the distinction between "historian" and "numismatist"... may be weakened': pp. 75-96, pl. 1-4

Reception Studies
Burnett, A. (2013) 'Ancient coins on buildings in northern Italy in the late quattrocento', in: Translatio Nummorum. Römische Kaiser in der Renaissance. Akten des internationalen Symposiums Berlin 16.-18. September 2011, ed. U. Peter and B. Weisser (Cyriacus. Studien zur Rezeption der Antike) (Berlin: Franz Philipp Rutzen in Kommission Harrassowitz), 187-200 [CJ208.T7]
Campbell, I. (2013) 'Pirro Ligorio’s Use of numismatic evidence. Examples from his Oxford Codex', in: Translatio Nummorum. Römische Kaiser in der Renaissance. Akten des internationalen Symposiums Berlin 16.-18. September 2011, ed. U. Peter and B. Weisser (Cyriacus. Studien zur Rezeption der Antike) (Berlin: Franz Philipp Rutzen in Kommission Harrassowitz), 101-110 [CJ208.T7]
Scher, S.K. and Taylor, J.B. (1994) The Currency of Fame. Portraits of the Renaissance (London: Thames and Hudson in association with the Frick Collection) [CJ 6094.C8]
Stahl, A.M. (2013) 'Roman Imperial coins as an inspiration for Renaissance numismatic imaginery, in: Translatio Nummorum. Römische Kaiser in der Renaissance', in: Akten des internationalen Symposiums Berlin 16.-18. September 2011, ed. U. Peter and B. Weisser (Cyriacus. Studien zur Rezeption der Antike) (Berlin: Franz Philipp Rutzen in Kommission Harrassowitz), 201-206 [CJ208.T7]

Why did Ancient States Strike Coins?

Reasons for coining
Crawford, M.H. (1970) ‘Money and exchange in the Roman world’, Journal of Roman Studies 60: 40-8
@Howgego, C. (1990) ‘Why did Ancient States Strike Coins?’ Numismtic Chronicle 150: 1-25
Lo Cascio, E. (1996) ‘How did the Romans view their coinage and its function?’ in Coin Finds and Coin Use in the Roman World. The Thirteenth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History, 25.-27.3.1993. A NATO advanced Research Workshop (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 10) eds. C.E. King and D.G. Wigg (Berlin: Mann) 273-87
@Melville Jones, J.R. (2006) ‘Why did the Ancient Greeks strike coins?’ Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 17: 21-30
http://naa-online.com/

The beginning of coinage

Balmuth, M.S. ed. (2001) Hacksilver to Coinage. New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East (New York: American Numismatic Society)
@Haselgrove, C. and Krmnicek (2012) ‘The Archaeology of Money’, Annual Review of Anthropology: 235-50
Kim, H. (2001) ‘Archaic Coinage and the Use of Money’, in Money and it's Uses in the Ancient Greek World eds. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 13-9.
Kraay. C.M. (1976) Archaic and Classical Coinage (London: Methuen)
@Kroll, J.H. (2008) ‘The monetary use of weighed bullion in Archaic Greece’, in The monetary systems of the Greeks and Romans ed. W.V. Harris (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 12-37
Kroll, J.H. (2012) ‘The monetary background of early coinage’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 33-42
Schaps, D.M. (2004) The Invention of Coinage and the Monetization of Ancient Greece (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press)
@Schaps, D.M. (2007) ‘What was money in Ancient Greece?’ in The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans ed. W.V. Harris (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 38-48
@Thompson, C.M. (2003) ‘Sealed Silver in Iron Age Cisjordan and the 'Invention' of Coinage’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 22: 67-107
@van Alfen, P.G. (2004-2005) ‘Herodotus' "Aryandic" Silver and Bullion Use in Persian-Period Egypt’, AJN 16-17: 7-46

Coin Production and Coin Use
Production techniques and mints
Burnett, A. (2001) ‘The invisibilty of Roman Imperial mints’, in I luoghi della moneta. Le sedi delle zecche dall'antichità all'età modernarnazio.Atti del Convegno internazionale22-23 ottobre 199, Milano, ed. L. Travaini (Milano: Comune di Milano): 41-8
@ Camp, J. and J. Kroll (2001) ‘The Agora Mint and Athenian Bronze Coinage’, Hesperia 70: 127-62
Dengate, J. (2005). The Mint. The Excavations at Ancient Halieis Vol 1: the Fortifications and Adjacent Structures, ed. M. H. McAllister (Bloomington: Indiana University Press): 98-126. (Not available in Warwick, but if ever you are in Oxford!)
@ Delestrée, P. and Pilon, F. (2014) ‘Le moule à potin en bronze de Romenay (Saône-et-Loire, France)’, Numismatic Chronicle 14: 61-74
@ Hill, G.F. (1922) ‘Ancient methods of coining’, Numismatic Chronicle series 5, vol. 2: 1-42
@ Kroll, J. (1993) The Greek Coins (The Athenian Agora 26) (Princeton, New Jersey: he American School of Classical Studies at Athens) [DF 287.A23]
@ Melville Jones (2015) J. R., ‘The Location of the Trajanic Mint at Rome’, Numismatic Chronicle 174, 137-145
@ Peter, M., Doppler, H.W. and Pauli-Gabi, Th. (with a contribution by Vontobel, P., Estermann, M. and Lehmann, E.H.), Der Münzstempel von Vindonissa’, Jahresberichte der Gesellschaft Pro Vindonissa 2004 (2005): 41-49 [online from Jahresberichte der Gesellschaft Pro Vindonissa]
@ Stannard, C. (2011) ‘Evaluating the monetary supply: Were dies mechanically reproduced in Antiquity?’ in Quantifying Monetary Supplies in Greco-Roman Times. Proceedings of the Third Academia Belgica–Francqui Foundation Conference, Rome, Academia Belgica, 29-30 September 2008 (Pragmateiai 19) ed. F. de Callataÿ (Bari): 59-79
@ Tucci, P. L. (2005) ‘Where high Moneta leads her steps sublime'. The 'Tabularium' and the temple of Juno Moneta’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 18: 7-33
Vermeule, C.C. (1953) Some notes on Ancient Dies and Coining Methods (London: Spink)
Woytek, B.E. (2012) ‘System and products in Roman mints form the late Republic to the high Principate. Some current problems’, Revue Belge de Numismatique et de Sigillographie 158: 85-122.
For the publication of early imperial dies, see:
Masques de fer, Un officier romain du temps de Caligula. Museé des antiquités nationales de Saint-Germain-en Laye, 6 novembre 1991 – 4 février 1992 (Paris : Editions de la Réunion des musées nationaux) [exhibition catalogue; pp. 93-99 on dies ; catalogue entries by M. Amandry]

Coin use: banking, function, economy
Andreau, J. (1999) Banking and Buisiness in the Ancient Roman World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [HG186.R75 A5313]
Austin, M.M. (2006) The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the Roman conquest (Cambridge: Cambridge, University Press) [source book] [DF 235.A1]
@ Duncan-Jones, R. (1990) Structure and Scale in the Roman Economy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [HC39.D886]
Duncan-Jones, R. (1982, 2nd ed.) The Economy of the Roman Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG 85.D8 and 330.93706]
@ Harris, W. V. (2006) ‘A Revisionist View of Roman Money’ Journal of Roman Studies 96: 1-24
@ Harris, W.V. ed. (2008) The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and the Romans (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [HG237.M658]
@ Hollander, D.B. (2007) Money in the late Roman Republic (Leiden: Brill) [HG237.H636].
@ Hopkins, K. (1980) ‘Taxes and trade in the Roman Empire’, Journal of Roman Studies 70: 101-25.
@ Kroll, J. H. (2009). What about Coinage? Interpreting the Athenian Empire. ed. J. Ma. London, Duckworth: 195-209. Available online at numis01.zxq.net/Numis10/PDF/Kroll-07.pdf
@ Meadows, A. and K. Shipton. (2001) Money and its uses in the Ancient Greek World (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [HG237.M66].
@ Panagopoulou, K. (2007) ‘Between necessity and extravagance: Silver as a commodity in the Hellenistic period’ The Annual of the British School at Athens 102: 315-43.
@ Richardson, J.S. (1976) ‘The Spanish Mines and the Development of Provincial Taxation in the Second Century B.C.’, Journal of Roman Studies: 139-52
@ Speidel, M.A. (1992) ‘Roman army pay scales’, Journal of Roman Studies: 87-106

Secondary interventions and afterlife
@ Aarts, J. (2005) ‘Coins, money and exchange in the Roman world. A cultural-economic perspective’ Archaeological Dialogues 12: 1-28
@Buttrey, T.V. (1972) ‘Halved Coins, the Augustan Reform and Horace, Odes I 3’, American Journal of Archaeology 76: 31-48
@ Kemmers, F. and N. Myberg (2011) ‘Rethinking numismatics. The archaeology of coins’ Archaeological Dialogues 18: 87-108
@Rowan, C. (2011) ‘Slipping out of circulation: the afterlife of coins in the Roman’, Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 20: 3-14
Die Studies and Die Links
Die studies used for mint attribution
@Buttrey, T. V. (1992) ‘The Denarii of Pescennius Niger’, Numismatic Chronicle 152: iv-xxii
@Frey-Kupper, S. and Stannard, C. (2008) ‘”Pseudomints" and Small Change in Italy and Sicily in the Late Republic’, American Journal of Numismatics 20, 2008: 351-404, pl. 83-85

Quantitfying
(various authors) (2011) Quantifying monetary supplies in Greco-Roman times ed. François de Callataÿ (Pragmateiai 19) (Bari: Edipuglia) [CJ 339.C355]
See especially:
@De Callataÿ, ‘Quantifying monetary production in Graeco-Roman times: A general frame’: 7-29
@Stannard, C., ‘Evaluationg the monetary supply: Were dies reproduces mechanically in antiquity’: 58-79
@de Callataÿ, F. (2005) ‘A quantitative survey of hellenistic coinages: Recent achievements’, in Archibald, Z.H., Davies, J.K. and Gabrielsen, V. ed. (2005) Making, Moving and Managing. The New World of Ancient Economies, 323-31 BC (Oxford: Oxbow) [on academia]
@de Callataÿ, F. (1995) ‘Calculating Ancient Coin Production: Seeking a Balance’ Numismatic Chronicle 155: 289-311
Carter, C. F. (1983) ‚A Simplified Method for Calculating the Original Number of of dies from Die-Link Statistics‘,American Numismatic Society. Museum Notes and Monographs 28: 195-206
Duncan-Jones, R. P. (1999). ‘Die Productivity and Wastage in Roman Coinage’, Numismatic Chronicle 159: 246-254
@Esty, W.W. (1990) ‘The theory of linkage’, Numismatic Chronicle 150: 205-21
@Esty, W.W. (1986) ‘Estimation of the Size of a Coinage: A Survey and Comparison of Methods’, Numismatic Chronicle 146: 185-215
@Esty, W.W. (1984) ‚Estimating the size of a coinage, Numismatic Chronicle 144:180-183
Buttrey, T. V. (1993) ‘Calculating ancient coin production: facts and fantasies’, Numismatic Chronicle 153: 335-351
Buttrey, T. V. (1994) ‘Calculating ancient coin production II: why it cannot be done’, Numismatic Chronicle 154: 341-352

Dies and mint operation and organisation
@Elks, K. J. J. (1973) ‘Coins of Caracalla with Altered Dies’, Numismatic Chronicle 13: 222-223
Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die Antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato (1970-1991). Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Lausanne: Éditions du Zèbre) (with long English Summary) [CJ1021.F73]
Hersh, C. A. (1976) ‘A Study of the Coinage of the Moneyer C. Calpurnius Piso L. f. Frugi’, Numismatic Chronicle 16, 7-63

Asia Minor during the Hellenistic period (Aigeai)
Arnold-Biucchi, C. (1999) Un trésor de tétradrachmes hellénistiques d’Aigeai en Cilicie, in: M. Amandry and S. Hurter, Travaux de Numismatique grecque offerts à Georges Le Rider (London: Spink 1999)
Bloesch, H. (1982) ‘Hellenistic coins of Aegeai (Cilicia)’, American Numismatic Society. Museum Notes and Monographs 27: 53-95
Bloesch, H. (1982) ‘Tetradrachms of Aegeai (Cilicia)’, in O. Morkhølm and N.M. Waggoner, Greek Numismatics and Archaeology. Esssays in Honor of Margaret Thompson (Wetteren: Éditions NR)

Asia Minor during the Roman period
Kraft K. (1972), Das System der kaiserzeitlichen Münzprägung in Kleinasien. Materialien und Entwürfe (Istanbuler Forschungen 29) (Berlin: Mann)
Johnston A. (1974), ‘New Problems for Old: Konrad Kraft on Die-sharing in Asia Minor,’ Numismatic Chronicle 7th series, vol. 14, 203-207
Johnston A. (1982-3) ‘Die Sharing in Asia Minor: the View from Sardis’, Israel Numismatic Journal 6-7: 59-78
Johnston A. (1995) ‘Aphrodisias Reconsidered’, Numismatic Chronicle 155: p. 43-100 (more specifically pp. 49-61)
@Spoerri Butcher M. (2006) ‘L'organisation de la production monétaire au sein de la province d'Asie à l'époque de Gordien III (238-244)’, Swiss Numismatic Review 85 : 97-128 (with good English summary)

Archaic and Classical Coinage
Overview
See below the relevant chapters in the @ Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage [CJ339.O9]
Carradice, I. and Price, M.J. (1988) Coinage in the Greek World (London: Seaby) [CJ 335.C2]
Kraay, C.M. (1976) Archaic and Classical Greek Coins (London: Methuen) [CJ401.K73]
Rutter, N.K. (1997) The Greek Coinages of Southern Italy and Sicily (London: Spink) [CJ549.R88]
@ Von Reden, S. (2010) Money in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge University Press) [HG237.R43]

The spread of coinage
@ Osborne, R. (2009, 2nd ed.) Greece in the Making, 1200-479 BC (London: Routledge): pp. 237ff. [DF 220.O8]
@ Rowan, C. (2013) ‘Coinage as commodity and bullion in the western Mediterranean, 550-100 BCE’, Mediterranean Historical Review 28: pp. 105-27
@ Scheidel, W. (2008) 'The Divergent Evolution of Coinage in Eastern and Western Eurasia' in: The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans, ed. W.V. Harris (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 267-286

Coins and weighed bullion
Arnold-Biucchi, C., L. Beer-Tobey and N. M. Waggoner (1988) 'A Greek Archaic Silver Hoard from Selinus', American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 33: pp. 1-35.
@ Kroll, J. H. (2008) 'The Monetary Use of Weighed Bullion in Archaic Greece' in ed. W.V. Harris (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 12-37
@ von Reden, S. (1997) 'Money, law and exchange: coinage in the Greek polis', Journal of Hellenic Studies 117: pp. 154-176.
*@ van Alfen, P. (forthcoming) ‘The role of "the state" and early electrum coinage’

Coinage iconography and expressions of identity
@ Domínguez, A. J. (2004) 'Greek Identity in the Phocaean Colonies', in Greek Identity in the Western Mediterranean, ed. K. Lomas (Leiden, Brill): pp. 429-456 [DG 55.M3]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2017) Cimelia entellina. Coin finds from the Rocca d’Entella and the coinage of its Campani. Reflections on Sicilian events in the late fifth century BC, Journal of Archaeological Numismatics 7: pp. 23-58
@ Papadopoulos, J. K. (2002) 'Minting Identity: Coinage, Ideology and the Economics of Colonization in Akhaian Magna Graecia’, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 12: pp. 21-55 [academia]
Rutter, N. K. (2000) 'Coin types and identity: Greek cities in Sicily' in Sicily from Aeneas to Augustus, ed. C. Smith and J. Serrati (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press): pp. 73-83 [DG55.S5]

‘International’ Currencies and Coins in Trade
Bresson, A. (2005) 'Coinage and Money Supply in the Hellenistic Age', in: Making, Moving and Managing. The New World of Ancient Economies ed. Z. H. Archibald, J. K. Davies and V. Gabrielsen (Oxford: Oxbow Books): pp. 44-72

Archaic and Classical Coinages
@ Alram, M. (2012) ‘The coinage of the Persian Empire’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage, ed. W. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 61-87 [CJ339.O9]
Cool Root, M. (1988) ‘Evidence from Persepolis for the Dating of Persian and archaic Greek Coinage’, Numismatic Chronicle 148: pp. 1-12
Kim, H. S. (2001) 'Archaic Coinage as Evidence for the Use of Money' in Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World, ed. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford, Oxford University Press): pp. 7-21 [HG237.M66]
@ Kraay, C. M. (1964) 'Hoards, Small Change and the Origin of Coinage’, Journal of Hellenistic Studies 84: pp. 76-91.
@ Kroll, J. and N. M. Waggoner (1984) ‘Dating the Earliest Coins of Athens, Corinth and Aegina’, American Journal of Archaeology 88: pp. 325-40.
Sheedy, K. (2012) ‘Aegina, the Cyclades and Crete’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage, ed. W. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 105-127 [CJ339.O9]
@ van Alfen, P. (2006) ‘Cooperative coinage’, in Agoranomia: studies in money and exchange presented to John H. Kroll P. van Alfen, pp. 201-247 (New York: American Numismatic Society) (academia).

Southern Italy
Kraay, C. M. (1960) 'Caulonia and South Italian Problems', Numismatic Chronicle 20: 53-82
*@ Rutter, N.K. (2012) ‘The coinage of Italy’, in W. Metcalf (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 128-141 [CJ339.O9]
Rutter, N.K. ed. (2001), Historia Numorum. Italy3 (London, British Museum Press) [CJ 837.H4]
Rutter, N.K. (1979) Campanian Coinages (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) [CJ 527.R8]
@ Robinson, E. S. G. (1946) 'Rhegion, Zankle-Messana and the Samians', Journal of Hellenic Studies 66: pp. 13-20

Sicily
*@ Arnold Biucchi, C. (2009) ‚Miscellanea Himerensia‘, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88: pp. 47-58
*@ Fischer-Bossert, W. (2012) ‘The coinage of Sicily’, in W. Metcalf (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 142-156 [CJ339.O9]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2017) ‘Cimelia entellina. Coin finds from the Rocca d’Entella and the coinage of its Campani. Reflections on Sicilian events in the late fifth century BC’, Journal of Archaeological Numismatics 7: pp. 23-58
*Rutter, N.K. (2012) Dating the period of the ‘Signing Artists of Sicilian coinage, in D.B. COUNTS & A.S. TUCK, (eds), Koine: Mediterranean Studies in Honor of R. Ross Holloway. Joukowsky Institute Publication 1 (Oxford & Oakville: Oxbow): pp. 125-130 [DE 60.K65]
*@ Rutter, N.K. (2009) Segesta, hybrid issues and the question of a central mint, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88: pp. 25-40
On Sicilian coin finds:
Buttrey, T.V. et. al. (1989) Morgantina II. The coins (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University) [DG70.M66]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato (1971-1991). Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Les Éditions du Zèbre) [CJ1021.F73] (with long English summary]

Etruscan Coinage
@ Burnett, A. (2007) 'Etruscan Numismatics - An Introduction', Etruscan Studies 10: 81-85
@ Vecchi, I. G. (2007) 'Etruscan Numismatics: A Notorious Dating and Identification Problem', Etruscan Studies 10: pp. 87-91
Both articles available from me – just ask!

The Coinage of Athens
Figueira, T. (1998) The power of money: coinage and politics in the Athenian Empire, Philadelphia [CJ 459.A8]
@ Kroll, J. H. (2009) 'What about Coinage?', in: Interpreting the Athenian Empire, ed. J. Ma, N. Papazarkadas and R. Parker (Londin: Duckworth): pp. 195-209 [DF227.I58]
Thompson, W.E. (1970) ‘The Golden Nike and the gold coinage of Athens’, Numismatic Chronicle 10: pp. 1-6
@ van Alfen, P. (2002) ‘Two unpublished hoards and other ‘owls’ from Egypt’, American Journal of Numismatics 14, pp. 59-71 (academia)
@ van Alfen, P. (2011) ‘Mechanisms for the imitations of Athenian coinage: Dekeleia and mercenaries reconsidered’, Revue Belge de Numismatique 147: pp. 55-93
@ van Alfen, P. (2012) ‘Xenophon Poroi 3.2 and “Athenian Owls”in Aegean-Near Eastern long distance trade, in: M. Asolati and G. Gorini, eds. I ritrovamenti monetali e i processi storico-economici nel mondo antico Padova 2012, pp. 11-32
@ van Alfen, P. (2012). ‘The Coinage of Athens, sixth to first century BC’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage, ed. W. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp 88-104 [CJ339.O9]
@ Von Reden, S. (2010) Money in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge University Press), pp. 72-79 [HG237.R43]

Greek and Punic coinages
Overview
See below the relevant chapters in the @ Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage [CJ339.O9]
Kraay, C.M. (1976) Archaic and Classical Greek Coins (London: Methuen) [CJ401.K73]
Rutter, N.K. (1997) The Greek Coinages of Southern Italy and Sicily (London: Spink) [CJ549.R88]

Gaul and Spain
Feugère, M. & Py, M. (2011) Dictionnaire des monnaies découvertes en Gaule méditerranéenne (530-27 av. notre ère) (Montagnac: Editions Monique Mergoil; Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France) [CJ2681.F4]
Ripollès, P.P. (2012) ‘The Ancient Coinages of the Iberian Peninsula’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 356-74 [CJ339.O9]

Etruria
See handout of last lecture on archaic and classical coins (T1-5).

Southern Italy
@ Burnett, A. (1977) ‘The Coinages of Rome and Magna Graecia in the Late Fourth and Third Centuries B.C.’, Swiss Numismatic Review 56: 92-121.
Burnett, A. (1982) ‘The Currency of Italy from the Hannibalic War to the Reign of Augustus’, Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 29: 125-37
@ Robinson, E.S.G. (1964) ‘Carthaginian and other South Italian Coinages of the Second Punic War’, Numismatic Chronicle Ser. 7, IV: 37-64
*@ Rutter, N.K. (2012) ‘The coinage of Italy’, in W. Metcalf (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 128-141 [CJ339.O9]
Rutter, N.K. ed. (2001), Historia Numorum. Italy3 (London, British Museum Press) [CJ 837.H4]
Rutter, N.K. (1979) Campanian Coinages (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) [CJ 527.R8]
Van Keuren, F. (1994) The Coinage of Heraclea Lucaniae (Archaeologica 110) (Rome).

Greek Sicily
*@ Fischer-Bossert, W. (2012) ‘The coinage of Sicily’, in W. Metcalf (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press): pp. 142-156 [CJ339.O9]
*@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2017) ‘Cimelia entellina. Coin finds from the Rocca d’Entella and the coinage of its Campani. Reflections on Sicilian events in the late fifth century BC’, Journal of Archaeological Numismatics 7: pp. 23-58
*@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato (1971-1991). Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Les Éditions du Zèbre) [CJ1021.F73] (with with detailed abstract in Italian (pp. 669-696) and in English (pp. 687-723)
Gàbrici, E. (1927) La monetazione del bronzo della Sicilia antica (Palermo: Scuola Tip. "Boccone del Povero") [CJ 549.G2]
Hill, G.F. (1903) Coins of Ancient Sicily (Westminster: A. Constable & co.) [CJ 550.H]
Mani Hurter, S. (2008) Die Didrachmenprägung von Segesta mit einem Anhang der Hybriden, Teilstücke und Tetradrachmen sowie mit einem Überblick über die Bronzeprägung (SSN 1) (Zürich: Swiss Numismatic Society).
Ierardi, M. (1995-1996) ‘The tetradrachms of Agathocles of Syracuse: A preliminary study’, American Journal of Numismatics 7-8: 1-73
Jenkins, G.K. (1970) The Coinage of Gela (AMUGS II) (Berlin: De Gruyter)
*@ RUTTER, N.K. (2012) Dating the period of the “Signing Artists” of Sicilian coinage, in D.B. COUNTS & A.S. TUCK, (eds), Koine: Mediterranean Studies in Honor of R. Ross Holloway. Joukowsky Institute Publication 1 (Oxford: Oxford & Oakville), 125-130.
*@Rutter, N.K. (2009) ‘Segesta, hybrid issues and the question of a central mint’, Swiss Numismatic Review 88: 25-40 (Article available on the module website).
Rutter, N.K. (1993) ‘The myth of the 'Demarateion', Chiron 23: 171-88
Westermark, U. and Jenkins, K. (1980) The Coinage of Kamarina (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 9) (London: Royal Numismatic Society).

Punic coins from Sicily, Sardinia, Malta, Cossyra and Carthage
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2016) Cyrenaican coins in site finds from the Western Mediterranean. The evidence from Sicily and adjacent islands, and from Carthage, in M. Asolati (ed.) Le monete di Cirene e della Cirenaica nel Mediterraneo. Problemi e prospettive (Numismatica Patavina13) (Padua: Esedra), pp. 191-224
Frey-Kupper, S. (2015) 'Coins and Contacts', in: Anthony Bonanno and Nicholas Vella (ed.), Tas-Silġ, Marsaxlokk (Malta) I. Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005 (Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 48) (Leuven: Peeters): pp. 351-400 [DG989.5.T37]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2015) 'L’evidenza numismatica relativa alla fase PUN III del saggio I. Campagna di scavo (2005): cronologia, considerazioni sul gruppo stilistico “capigliatura a mo’di spaghetti” e la serie di monete puniche da Pantelleria (2002–2009)', in T. Schäfer, M. Osanna and K. Schmidt (ed.): Cossyra I. Ergebnisse der Grabung auf der Akropolis von S. Teresa/Pantelleria (Tübinger Archäologische Forschungen 10) (Rahden/Westf.: Marie Leidorf), pp. 457-463
*@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2014) 'Coins and their use in the Punic Mediterranean. Case studies from Carthage to Italy (fourth to first century BC)', in: The Punic Mediterranean Identities and Identification from Phoenician Settlement to Roman Rule (British School at Rome Studies) ed. Josephine Crawley Quinn & Nicholas Vella (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press): pp. 76-110 [DE73.2.P56 P86]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2009) ‘A stone mould from Bir Messaouda (Carthage) for bronze coins of the Second Punic War. Preliminary notes’, Swiss Numismatic Review 88: 185-91
*@ Jenkins, G.K. (1971) ‘Coins of Punic Sicily I’, Schweizerischen Numismatische Rundschau 50: 24-78
Jenkins, G.K. (1978) ‘Some Coins of Hannibal's Time’, in Bollettino di Numismatica. Supplemento. Studi per Laura Breglia (Bolletino di Numismatica 4, Suppl.) (Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato) 215-34
Jenkins, G.K. (1983) ‘Mqabba (Malta) Hoard of Punic Bronze Coins’, Rivista di Studi Fenici 11, Suppl.: 19-36
Jenkins, G.K. (1984) ‘Varia Punica’, in Studies in Honor of Leo Mildenberg eds. A. Houghton, S. Hurter, P. Erhart Mottahedeh and J. Ayer Scott (Wetteren: Editions NR): 127-36
Jenkins, G.K. (1997) Coins of Punic Sicily. Nachdruck aus der Schweizerischen Numismatischen Rundschau (Zürich: Swiss Numismatic Society) [CJ 549.J4]
Jenkins, G.K. and Lewis, R.B. (1963) Carthaginian Gold and Electrum Coins (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 2) (London: Royal Numismatic Society)
Visonà, P. (1985) ‘Punic and Greek Coins from Carthage’, American Journal of Archaeology 89: 671-5
*Visonà, P. (1998) ‘Carthaginian Coinage in Perspective’, American Journal of Numismatics, Second Series 10: 1-27
@ Visonà, P. (2009) ‘Tradition and innovation in Carthaginian coinage during the Second Punic War’, Swiss Numismatic Review 88: 173-83

Coinage iconography and identity
*@ Burnett, A. (2005) ‘The Roman West and the Roman East’, in Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces eds. C. Howgego, V. Heuchert and A. Burnett (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 171-80 [CJ 1017.C6]
*@ Frey-Kupper, S., 'Coins and their use in the Punic Mediterranean. Case studies from Carthage to Italy (fourth to first century BC)', in: J. Quinn and N. Vella, The Punic Mediterranean Identities and Identification from Phoenician Settlement to Roman Rule (British School at Rome Studies) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press): 76-110 [DE73.2.P56 P86]
@ Ripollès, P.P. (2005) ‘Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces: Spain’, in Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces eds. C. Howgego, V. Heuchert and A. Burnett (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 79-93. [CJ 1017.C6]
Rutter, N. K. (2000) 'Coin types and identity: Greek cities in Sicily' in Sicily from Aeneas to Augustus, ed. C. Smith and J. Serrati (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press): pp. 73-83 [DG55.S5]

Metal analyses
Burnett, A. (2000) ‘The Silver Coinage of Italy and Sicily in the Second Punic War’, in Metallanalytische Untersuchungen an Münzen der Römischen Republik (Berliner Numismatische Forschungen. Neue Folge 6) ed. W. Hollstein (Berlin: Mann): 102-13
Burnett, A.M. and Hook, D.R. (1989) ‘The Fineness of Silver Coins in Italy and Rome during the late Fourth and Third Centuries BC’, Numismatica e Antichità Classiche. Quaderni Ticinesi 18: 151-67
@ Frey-Kupper, S. and Barrandon, J.-N. (2003) ‘Analisi metallurgiche di monete antiche in bronzo circolanti nella Sicilia occidentale 2003’, in Quarte giornate internazionali di studi sull'area elima (Erice 1-4 Dicembre 2000). Atti ed. A. Corretti (Pisa: Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) 507-36, pl. 84-87

Coins finds
Arnold-Biucchi, C. (1990) The Randazzo Hoard 1980 and Sicilian Chronoloy the Early Fifth century B.C. (New York)
Arnold-Biucchi, C., L. Beer-Tobey and N. M. Waggoner (1988) 'A Greek Archaic Silver Hoard from Selinus.' American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 33: 1-35
@ Burnett, A. (1983) ‘The Enna Hoard and the Silver Coinage of the Syracusan Democracy’, Swiss Numismatic Review 62: 5-26
Buttrey, T.V. (1980) ‘Cosa: The Coins’, Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 34: 11-154
Buttrey, T.V., Erim, K.T., Groves, T.D. and Ross Holloway, R. (1989) Morgantina II. The Coins (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University) [DG70.M66]
*@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato (1971-1991). Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Les Éditions du Zèbre) [CJ1021.F73] (with long English summary]

Coins from Sanctuaries
Texts and inscriptions as evidence for coins and money and temples
ILLRP
Degrassi, A. (1963, 1965) Inscriptiones Latinae Liberae Rei Publicae vols I & II (Firenze: Biblioteca di studi superiori).
Melville Jones, J.R. (2009) Testimonia Numaria. Greek and Latin Texts concerning Ancient Greek Coinage. Volume I: Texts and Translations (London: Spink) [CJ 333.J6]
Melville Jones, J.R. (2007) Testimonia Numaria. Greek and Latin Texts concerning Ancient Greek Coinage. Volume II: Addenda and Commentary. (London).
Vetter, E. (1953) Handbuch der italischen Dialekte. I. Texte mit Erklärung, Glossen, Wörterverzeichnis (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, Universitätsverlag).

Cult places
ThesCRA
(Various editors) (2004-2012) Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum, Vols I-VIII (Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum) [BL727.T44]
Richardson L. Jr.. (1992) A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press) [DG 63.R4]
Platner, S. and Ashby, T. (1929) A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. (Oxford University Press: Oxford) [DG 63.P5] .http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Italy/Lazio/Roma/Rome/_Texts/PLATOP*/home.html
Steinby, E.M., (1993-2003) Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae, 6 vols (Rome: Quasar) [DG 63.L3]

Depictions of monuments on coins
@ Grunow Sobocinski, M. (2006) ‘Visualizing Ceremony: The Design and Audience of the Ludi Saeculares Coinage of Domitian’, American Journal of Archaeology 110: 581-602.
Hill, P.V. (1989) The Monuments of Ancient Rome as Coin Types (London: Seaby) [CJ 843.H4]
Price, M.J. and Trell, B. (1977) Coins and their Cities (London: Vecchi & Sons and Michigan: Wayne State University Press) [CJ 161.A72]

Temples, maintenance and economy
Davies, J.K. (2001) ‘Temples, credit, and the circulation of money’, in Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World eds. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford: University Press): 117-28.
@ Dignas, B. (2002) Economy of the Sacred in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [BL 793.T8]
von Reden, S. (2012) ‚Monetary economy’, in ThesCRA VIII, pp. 111-26 [BL727.T44]
@ von Reden, S. (2010) Money in Classical Antiquity (New York: Cambridge University Press), 156-85 [HG237.R43]

Thesauri, offertory boxes
Crawford, M.H. (2003) ‘Thesauri, hoards and votive deposits’, in Sanctuaires et sources dans l'Antiquité. Les sources documentaires et leurs limites dans la description des lieux de culte. Actes de la table ronde organisée par le collège de France, l'UMR 8585 Centre Gustave-Glotz, l'École française de Rome et le Centre Jean Bérard. Naples, Centre Jean Bérard, 30 Novembre 2001 (Collection du Centre Jean Bérard 22) eds. O. de Cazanove and J. Scheid (Naples: Centre Jean Bérard): 69-84.
Kaminski, G. (1991) ‘Thesauros. Untersuchungen zum antiken Opferstock’, Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Institutes 106: 63-181.
@ Melfi, M. (2007) ‘The Sanctuary of Asclepius’, in Roman Butrint. An Assessment eds. I.L. Hansen and R. Hodges (Oxford: Oxbow) 17-32.
@ Ranucci, S. (2009) ‘Il thesaurus di Campo della Fiera, Orvieto (Volsinii)’, Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 55: 103-39, Tav. IV-XIV.

Celtic coins
Haselgrove, C. and Wigg-Wolf, D.G. ed. (2005) Iron Age Coinage and Ritual Practises (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 20) (Berlin: Mann) [available from SFK]

Sanctuaries in the Western Mediterranean
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2015) 'Coins and Contacts', in: Anthony Bonanno and Nicholas Vella (ed.), Tas-Silġ, Marsaxlokk (Malta) I. Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005 (Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 48) (Leuven: Peeters): pp. 351-400 [DG989.5.T37]

Sanctuaries in the north-western provinces of the Roman Empire
Aubin, G. and Meissonier, J. (1994) ‘L'usage de la monnaie sur les sites de sanctuaires de l'Ouest de la Gaule et de la Bourgogne’, in Les sanctuaires de tradition indigène en Gaule romaine. Actes du colloque d'Argentomagus, 8-10 octobre 1992 eds. C. Goudineau, I. Fauduet and G. Coulon (Paris: Errance): 143-52.
Cole, A. (1999) Martigny (VS), Le Mithræum 5 (Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz (Lausanne: Académie suisse des sciences humaines et sociales. Inventaire des trouvailles monétaires suisses)
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2009) ‚Die Münzen’, in Das römische Heiligtum von Thun-Allmendingen, die Regio Lindensis und die Alpen eds. S. Martin Kilcher and R. Schatzmann (Schriften des Bernischen Historischen Museums 9) (Bern: Historischs Museum Bern) 183-200.
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2006) ‘Münzen’, in R. Bacher, Das Gräberfeld von Petinesca. Petinesca, Band 3 (Bern: Erziehungsdirektion des Kantons Bern): 55-64

Finds from wells, from other waters and from passes
Besombes, P.-A. (2003/2004) ‘Le dépôt de 22 438 monnaies du gué de Saint-Léonard (commune de Mayenne)’, Trésors monétaires XXI: 1-192.
@ Doppler, H.W. (2007) ‘Die Münzfunde aus der Quelle "Grosser Heisser Stein" in Baden AG’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 86: 91-116
http://www.muenzgeschichte.ch/downloads/SNR86_2007_Baden.pdf
Sauer, E. (2005) Coins, Cult and Cultural Identity: Augustan Coins, Hot Springs and the Early Roman Baths at Bourbonne-Les-Bains (Leicester Archaeology Monographs 10) (Leicester: School of Archaeology and Ancient History, 2005) [DC801.B778]
@ Thüry, G.E. (2011) ‘Edward Whymper und die römischen Münzen vom Theodulpass’, Schweizer Münzblätter 61: 103-15
Walker, D.R. (1988) ‘Roman Coins from the Sacred Spring at Bath’ in The Temple of Sulis Minerva at Bath, II: Finds from the Sacred Spring, ed B. Cunliffe (Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology), pp. 281-358 [DA 147.B2]

Secondary interventions on coins (demonetisation)
de Jersey, P. (2005) ‘Deliberate defacement of British Iron Age Coinage’, in Iron Age Coinage and Ritual Practises (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 20) (Mainz ) 85-113
Zehnacker, H., Richard, J.-C. and Barrandon, J.-N. (1984) ‘La trouvaille de la Villeneuve-au-Châtelot (Aube)’, Trésors monétaires VI: 9-92

Hellenistic Coins
Overview
Arnold-Biucchi, C. (2006) Alexander’s Coins and Alexander’s Image (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Art Museums)
@ Dahmen, K. (2007) The Legend of Alexander the Great on Greek and Roman Coins, London, New York, 2007 (London and New York: Routledge) [CJ 385.D2]
Part II, The Hellenistic World, in Oxford Handbook to Greek and Roman Coinage, ed. W.E. Metcalf, Oxford [CJ 339.O9]

Collections and Catalogues (Select)
Bopearachchi, O. (1991) Monnaies graeco-bactriennes et indo-grecques: Catalogue raisonné (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale) [Oversize, CJ 668.B53]
Houghton, A. and Lorber, C. (2002-) Seleucid Coins: A Comprehensive Catalogue. New York [Oversize CJ 355. H68, multiple volumes]
Kleiner, F. (1977) The Early Cistophoric Coinage, New York, American Numismatic Society [CJ 359.K57]
Price, M. (1991) The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus: a British Museum Catalogue, 2 vols. (London, British Museum Press) [CJ 407.P7]
@ Svoronos, J.N. (1904) Ta Nomismata tou Kratous ton Ptolemaion (Ptolemaic Coinage), trans. C. Lorber, Athens
(English translation: http://www.coin.com/images/dr/svoronos_book2.html)

Philip II and Alexander the Great
de Callatay, F. (2012) ‘Royal Hellenistic Coinages: From Alexander to Mithridates’, Oxford Handbook to Greek and Roman Coinage, ed. W.E. Metcalf, Oxford [CJ 339.O9]
@ Holt, F.L. (2003) Alexander the Great and the Mystery of the Elephant Medallions (Berkeley: University of California Press) [CJ 385.H6]
Le Rider, G. (1981) ‘The coinage of Philip and the Pangaion mines’, in Philip of Macedon, ed. M. B. Hatzopoulos and L. D. Loukopoulos (London: Heinemann): 48-57 [oversize DF 233.P4]
@ Price, M.J. (1979) ‘The coinage of Philip II’, Numismatic Chronicle 19: 230-41
Troxell, H.A. (1997) Studies in the Macedonian Coinage of Alexander the Great (New York, American Numismatic Society) [CJ 407.T7]

The Diadochoi
Holt, F.L. (1999) Thundering Zeus: The Making of Hellenistic Bactria (Berkeley, University of California Press) [DS 358.H6].
Mørkholm, O. (1991) Early Hellenistic Coinage: From the Accession of Alexander to the Peace of Apamaea (336-188 BC), ed. Ph. Grierson and U. Westermark (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [CJ 407.M6]
Newell, E.T. (1941) The Coinage of the Western Seleucid Mints from Seleucus I to Antiochus III (New York: American Numismatic Society) (reprint with a Summary of Recent Scholarship and Additions and Corrections by O. Mørkholm 1977) [CJ 663.N3]
Newell, E.T. (1938) The Coinage of the Eastern Seleucid Mints from Seleucus I to Antiochus III, (New York: American Numismatic Society) (reprint with a Summary of Recent Scholarship and Additions and Corrections by O. Mørkholm 1978) [CJ 663.N3]
Thompson, M. (1968) ‘The mints of Lysimachus’, in: Essays in Greek Coinage Presented to Stanley Robinson, ed. C. Kraay and G.K. Jenkins (Oxford: Clarendon): 16-22 [CJ 309. E8]

The Hellenistic Economy: Ptolemaic Egypt
Archibald, Z., et al (eds). Hellenistic Economies (London, Routledge) [DF 107.H3]
Manning, J.G. (2008). 'Coinage as “Code” in Ptolematic Egypt', in W. Harris (ed.) The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Roman (Oxford, Oxford University Press): 84-111 [HK 252.M6]
Panagopoulou, K. (2007) 'Between necessity and extravagance: Silver as a commodity in the Hellenistic period', The Annual of the British School at Athens 102: 315-43
Rowlandson, J. (2001) ‘Money use among the peasantry of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt’, in: Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World, ed. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford, Oxford University Press): 145-153 [DF 107.M6]
@ von Reden, S. (2007). Money in Ptolemaic Egypt Cambridge (Cambridge University Press) [CJ 1369.R33].

Impact in the Western Mediterranean
@ Burnett, A. and McCabe, A. (2016) ‘An Early Roman struck bronze with a helmeted goddess and an eagle, in: Nomismata. Studi di Numismatica antica offerti ad Aldina Cutroni Tusa per il suo novantatreesimo compleanno, ed. L. Sole and S. Tusa (Ragusa: Edizioni di storia e studi sociali): 238-74 [academia]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato (1971-1991). Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Les Éditions du Zèbre): 204-71 and 713-6 [CJ1021.F73] (detailed abstract in English pp. 687-723)
@ Meadows, A. R. (1998) 'The Mars/eagle and thunderbolt gold and Ptolemaic involvement in the Second Punic War', in Coins of Macedonia and Rome: Essays in Honour of Charles Hersh, ed. A. Burnett, U. Wartenberg and R. Witschonke (London, Spink): 125-34 [CJ 233.C6 and academia.edu].
@ Ripollès, P. P. (2008) 'The X4 Hoard (Spain): Unveiling the presence of Greek coinages during the Second Punic War', Israeli Numismatic Journal 3: 51-64 [academia]
Williams, J. H. C. and Burnett, A. (1998) 'Alexander the Great and the coinages of Western Greece', in Studies in Greek numismatics in memory of Martin Jessop Price, ed. R. Ashton and S. Hurter (London, Spink): 379-93 [CJ 309.S8]

Coinage in the Hellenistic World
Meadows, A. (2001) ‘Money, freedom, and empire in the Hellenistic World’, in: Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World, ed. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford, Oxford University Press): 53-63.[ DF 107.M6]
Mørkholm, O. (1991) Early Hellenistic Coinage: From the Accession of Alexander to the Peace of Apamaea (336-188 BC), ed. Ph. Grierson and U. Westermark (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [CJ 407.M6]

Coin finds
@ Meadows, A. (2014) ‘The spread of coins in the Hellenistic world’, in Explaining Monetary and Financial Innovation 39 (Financial and Monetary Policy Studies ed. P. Bernholz and R. Vaubel (Cham: Springer) 169-94 (online from library)
This article is on Greece/Asia Minor. For more titles, see lecture on coin finds in the Western Mediterranean

Coin finds in the Western Mediterranean up to Hellenistic Period
Methods
Reece, R. (1988) Coins and the Archaeologist (London: Seaby) [CJ1102.C65]
Rotroff, S.I. (1997) ‘Coins and stratigraphy’, in Numismatic Archaeology. Archaeological Numismatics: Proceedings of an international conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (Oxbow Monographs 75) eds. K.A. Sheedy and C. Papageorgiadou-Banis (Oxford: Oxbow) 8-16 [CJ 335.N854]
Walker, A.S. (1997) ‘Excavation coins: The use and misuse of numismatic evidence in Archaeology’, in Numismatic Archaeology. Archaeological Numismatics: Proceedings of an international conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (Oxbow Monographs 75) eds. K.A. Sheedy and C. Papageorgiadou-Banis (Oxford: Oxbow) 17-26 [CJ 335.N854]

Coin Hoards

CH
(1972-2010) Coin Hoards. Vols I-X (London: Royal Numismatic Society)
IGCH
Thompson, M., Mørkholm, O. and Kraay, C.M. (1973) An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards (New York: The American Numismatic Society) [CJ 391.I5]
See also http://nomisma.org/
RRCH
Crawford, M.H. (1969) Roman Republican Coin Hoards (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 4) (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ 909.C7]

Arslan, M. and Lightfoot, C. (1999) Greek coin hoards in Turkey: The Antalya Archeological Museum and the C.S. Okray collection: With Additional Material from the Burdur, Fethiye and Sinop Museums (Ankara: Udas) [CJ 393.T9]
@ Burnett, A. (1983) ‘The Enna Hoard and the Silver Coinage of the Syracusan Democracy’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 62: 5-26
@ Kim, H. (2001) ‘Archaic Coinage and the Use of Money’, in Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World eds. A. Meadows and K. Shipton (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 13-9 [HG237.M66]
@Frey-Kupper, S. (1992) ‘Zur frühen Münzprägung Siziliens unter römischer Herrschaft: der Hort von Campobello di Licata’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 71: 149-73
@ Gitler, C. and Kahanov, Y.a. (2002) ‘The Ascalon 1988 hoard (CH 9.548): A periplus to Ascalon in the late Hellenistic period?.’ in Greek Hoards (Coin Hoards IX) eds. A. Meadows and U. Wartenberg (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 34) (London: Royal Numismatic Society): 259-68.
@ Meadows, A. (2014) ‘The spread of coins in the Hellenistic world’, in Explaining Monetary and Financial Innovation 39 (Financial and Monetary Policy Studies eds. P. Bernholz and R. Vaubel (Cham: Springer) 169-94
@ Ranucci, S. (2009), ‘Il thesaurus di Campo della Fiera, Orvieto (Volsinii)’, in: Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 55: 103-139, tavv. I-XIV
Site finds
These publications deal with sites, but some include hoards or tombs from the respective sites

Southern France
Feugère, M. and Py, M. (2011) Dictionnaire des monnaies découvertes en Gaule méditerranéenne (530-27 avant notre ère) (Montagnac - Paris: Éditions Monique Mergoil and Bibliothèque Nationale de France) [CJ2681.F4]

Italy
@ Buttrey, T.V. (1980) ‘Cosa: The Coins’, Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 34: 11-154 (online from the library)
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (1995) ‘Roma - Monete dal Tevere. I rinvenimenti greci’, Bollettino di Numismatica 25: 33-73
Silberstein Trevisani, S. (1989) ‘Le monete rinvenute ad Ostia nella taberna presso il muro del castrum (Regio I, Insula X, 3)’, in La moneta nei contesti archeologici. Esempi dagli scavi di Roma. Atti dell’incontro di studio (Studi e materiali 2) (Rome: Istituto Italiano di Numismatica): 121-37
Hobbs, R. (2013) Currency and Exchange in Ancient Pompeii. Coins from the AAPP Excavations at Regio VI, Insula 1(London: Institute of Classical Studies. School of Advanced Study, University of London) [CJ277.P66 H6]
@ Ranucci, S. (2008) ‘Circolazione monetaria a Pompei. La documentazione numismatica dagli scavi dell’Università di Perugia’, in AIIN 54, pp. 151-175, tavv. I-II
@ Ranucci, S. (2009), ‘Il thesaurus di Campo della Fiera, Orvieto (Volsinii)’, in AIIN 55, 103-139, tavv. I-XIV
@ Stannard, C. and Frey-Kupper, S. (2008) ‘"Pseudomints" and Small Change in Italy and Sicily in the Late Republic’, AJN, Second Series 20: 351-404, pl. 83-85.
@ Visonà, P. and Frey-Kupper, S. (1996) ‘The Romanization of the ager Bruttius and the Evidence of Coin Finds, Part I’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 75: 77-100.
@ Visonà, P. and Frey-Kupper, S. (1998) ‘The Romanization of the ager Bruttius and the Evidence of Coin Finds, Part II’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 77: 81-98.
@ Wolf, D. and Lorber, C. (2011) ‘The 'Galatian shield without Σ' series of Ptolemaic bronze coins’, Numismatic Chronicle 171: 7-53, pl. 1-3.
See also: Articles and lists in the Annali dell’Istituto di Numismatica.

Sicily
Buttrey, T.V., Erim, K.T., Groves, T.D. and Ross Holloway, R. (1989) The Coins (Morgantina II) (Princeton: Princeton University Press) [DG70.M66].
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato 1971-1991. Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Éditions du Zèbre) (with long English and Italian summary chapters pp. 669-696 and 670-723) [CJ1021.F73]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2014) 'Coins and their use in the Punic Mediterranean. Case studies from Carthage to Italy (fourth to first century BC)', in: The Punic Mediterranean Identities and Identification from Phoenician Settlement to Roman Rule (British School at Rome Studies) ed. J. Crawley Quinn – N. Vella (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press): 76-110 [CJ1021.F73]

Malta, Gaulos and Cossura
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2015) 'Coins and Contacts', in: A. Bonanno – N. Vella (ed.), Tas-Silġ, Marsaxlokk (Malta) I. Archaeological Excavations Conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005 (Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 48) (Leuven: Peeters): 351-400 [DG989.5.T37]
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2016) ‘Cyrenaican coins in site finds from the Western Mediterranean. The evidence from Sicily and adjacent islands, and from Carthage’, in Le monete di Cirene e della Cirenaica nel Mediterraneo. Problemi e prospettive, ed. M. Asolati (Numismatica Patavina13) (Padua: Esedra): 191-224

Greece
@ Edwards, K.M. (1933) ‘Coins 1896-1929’, in Corinth VI (Harward: Harward University Press)
Knapp, R.C. and Mac Isaac, J.D. (2005) Excavations at Nemea III. The Coins (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press). See also http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/oa_ebooks/oa_corinth/Corinth_VI.pdf
@ Kroll, J. (1993) The Greek Coins (The Athenian Agora 26) (Princeton, New Jersey) [DF 287.A23]
http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/oa_ebooks/oa_agora/Agora_XXVI.pdf

Asia Minor
Bellinger, A.R. (1979) Troy. The Coins (New York: S.J. Durst) [CJ 153.T76]
MacDonald, D.J. (1976) Greek and Roman coins from Aphrodisias (BAR, Supplementary Series 9) (Oxford) [CJ 595.A63.M28]

Levante and Syria
@ Butcher, K. (2013) Coins and hoards, in: Excavations at Zeugma Conducted by Oxford Archaeology, Volume III, Los Altos, ed. W. Aylward (Packard Humanities Institute): 1-92
http://zeugma.packhum.org/pdfs/v3ch01.pdf
Butcher, K. (2003) Archaeology of the Beirut Souks: AUB abd ACRE excavations in Beiruth 1994-1995. Vol. 1: Small Change in Ancient Beirut : The Coin Finds from Bey 006 and Bey 045: Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods with contributions by Dominic Perring, Paul Reynolds and Penelope Walton Rogers (Beirut: The Faculty of Arts and Sciences The American University of Beirut)
McAlee, R. (2007) The Coins of Roman Antioch (Lancaster, PA: Classical Numismatic Group) [CJ1092.A58 M33]

North Africa
Asolati, M. (2016 ed.) Le monete di Cirene e della Cirenaica nel Mediterraneo. Problemi e prospettive (Numismatica Patavina13) (Padua: Esedra)
Baldus, H.R. (2007) ‘Die Fundmünzen’, in Karthago. Die Ergebnisse der Hamburger Grabung unter dem Decumanus Maximus (Hamburger Forschungen zur Archäologie 2) eds. H.G. Niemeyer, R.F. Docter, K. Schmidt and B. Bechtold (Mainz a.R.: Zabern): 821-40.
Buttrey, T.V. (1976) ‘The coins’, in: Apollonia, the Port of Cyrene. Excavations by the University of Michigan 1965-1967 (Supplements to Lybia Antiqua IV) ed. J.H. Humphrey (Tripoli: The Department of Antiquities): 335-70
@ Frey-Kupper (2009) A stone mould from Bir Messaouda (Carthage) for Carthaginian Bronze coins of the Second Punic War. Preliminary notes, Revue suisse de numismatique 88: 185-92
Picard, O., Bresc, C., Faucher, Th., Gore, G., Marcellesi, M.-Ch., Morrison, C. (2012) Les monnaies des fouilles du Centre d’Études Alexandrines. Les monnayages de bronze à Alexandrie de la conquête d’Alexandre à l’Égypte moderne (Études Alexandrines 25) (Paris: De Boccard)
Visonà, P. (1985) ‘Punic and Greek Coins from Carthage’, American Journal of Archaeology 89: 671-5

Necropolises
Frey-Kupper, S. (1999) ‘Appendice I. I ritrovamenti monetali’, in B. Bechtold, La necropoli di Lilibeo (Palermo: Regione Siciliana. Assessorato dei Beni Culturali ed Ambientali e della Pubblica Istruzione): pp. 394-457
Siciliano, A. (1995) ‘La necropoli meridionale di Herclea Lucaniae: Le monete’, La Parola del Passato 50: 269-75.
@ Blegen, C.W., Palmer, H. and Young, R.S. (1964) ‘The North Cemetery’, in Corinth XIII (Princeton: New Jersey: The American School of Classical Studies at Athens).

Votive gifts and temples
See also handout on sanctuaries
Crawford, M.H. (2003) ‘Thesauri, hoards and votive deposits’, in Sanctuaires et sources dans l'Antiquité. Les sources documentaires et leurs limites dans la description des lieux de culte. Actes de la table ronde organisée par le collège de France, l'UMR 8585 Centre Gustave-Glotz, l'École française de Rome et le Centre Jean Bérard. Naples, Centre Jean Bérard, 30 Novembre 2001 (Collection du Centre Jean Bérard 22) eds. O. de Cazanove and J. Scheid (Naples: Centre Jean Bérard) 69-84
Haselgrove, C. and Wigg-Wolf, D.G. ed. (2005) Iron Age Coinage and Ritual Practises (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 20) (Berlin: Mann)
Kaminski, G. (1991) ‘Thesauros. Untersuchungen zum antiken Opferstock’, Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Institutes 106: 63-181
@ Melfi, M. (2007) ‘The Sanctuary of Asclepius’, in Roman Butrint. An Assessment eds. I.L. Hansen and R. Hodges (Oxford: Oxbow): 17-32
@Ranucci, S. (2009) ‘Il thesaurus di Campo della Fiera, Orvieto (Volsinii)’, Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 55: 103-39, Tav. IV-XIV.

Periodicals including coin finds:
Articles and lists in the Annali dell’Istituto di Numismatica.
Journal of Archaeological Numismatic [Arts Journals]

Degrees of wear:
@ Frey-Kupper, S. et al. (1995) Usure et Corrosion. Bulletin de l’Inventaire des Trouvailles Monétaires Suisses (Supplement 2) (Berne: Inventaire des trouvailles monétaires suisses) ;
also http://www.trouvailles-monetaires.ch/prestations/supplement/introduction.html

Roman Republican Coins
Overviews
*@ Burnett, A. (2012) ‘Early Roman coinage’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 297-314 [CJ339.O]
Crawford, M.H. (1985) Coinage and Money under the Roman Republic (London: Methuen) [CJ833.C73]
*@ Woytek, B.E. (2012) ‘The denarius Coinage of the Roman Republic’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 315-34 [CJ339.O]

Useful collection of articles
Bland, R. and Calomino, D. eds (2015) Studies in Ancient Coinage in Honour of Andrew Burnett (London: Spink) [CJ75.B53]
van Alfen, P.G., Bransbourg, G. and Amandry, M. eds (2015) Fides. Contributions to Numismatics in Honor of Richard B. Witschonke (New York: American Numismatic Society) [CJ809.F544]

Catalogues and fundamental works on chronology
Crawford, M.H. (1969) Roman Republican Coin Hoards (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 4) (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ 909.C7]
@ Crawford, M.H. (1974, 2001 reprint with corrections) Roman Republican Coinage (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) (= RRC) [CJ 909.C7]
@ Hersh, C.A. (1953) ‘Overstrikes as Evidence for the History of Roman Republican Coinage’, Numismatic Chronicle 13: 33-68
King, C.E. (2007) Roman Quinarii from the Republic to Diocletian and the Tetrarchy (Oxford: Ashmolan Museum) (out of print, not in library)
Woytek, B.E. (2003) Arma et nummi : Forschungen zur römischen Finanzgeschichte und Münzprägung der Jahre 49 bis 42 v. Chr. (Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) [CJ833.W6].

The beginnings and coinages in Italy
@ Burnett, A. (1977) ‘The Coinages of Rome and Magna Graecia in the Late Fourth and Third Centuries B.C.’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 56: 92-121 (online by retroseals of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences/Swiss Numismatic Review)
Burnett, A. (2000) ‘The Silver Coinage of Italy and Sicily in the Second Punic War’, in Metallanalytische Untersuchungen an Münzen der Römischen Republik (Berliner Numismatische Forschungen. Neue Folge 6), ed. W. Hollstein (Berlin: Mann) 102-13
Crawford, M.H. (1985) Coinage and Money under the Roman Republic (London: Methuen) [CJ833.C73]
Thomsen, R. (1957-61) Early Roman Coinage, vols 1-3 (Copenhagen: Nationalmuseet) [CJ 935.T4]
Thurlow, B.K. and Vecchi, I.G. (1979) Italian Cast Coinage, Italian Aes Grave (London: V.C Vecchi & Sons, B. & H. Kreindler) [CJ 937.T4]

The denarius coinage
Buttrey, T.V. (1957) ‘On the retariffing of the Roman denarius’, American Numismatic Society. Museum Notes: 57-65
@ Woytek, B.E. (2012) ‘The denarius Coinage of the Roman Republic’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 315-34 [CJ339.O]

Coin production, administration and control
@ Burnett, A.M. (1977) ‘The Authority to Coin in the Late Republic and Early Empire’, Numismatic Chronicle: 37-63
Buttrey, T.V. (1976) ‘The Denarii of P. Crepusius and Roman Republican Mint Organization’, American Numismatic Society. Museum Notes 21: 67-108
*Woytek, B.E. (2012) ‘System and products in Roman mints form the late Republic to the high Principate. Some current problems’, Revue Belge de Numismatique et de Sigillographie 158: 85-122 [PDF available]

Iconography
@ Burnett, A. (1986) ‘The iconography of Roman coin types of the third century BC’, Numismatic Chronicle: 67-75
@ Meadows, A. (1998) ‘The Mars/Eagle and Thunderbolt Gold and Ptolemaic Involvement in the Second Punic War’, in Coins of Macedonia and Rome: Essays in Honour of Charles Hersh eds. A. Burnett, U. Wartenberg and R. Witschonke (London: Spink and Son): 125-34 [CJ 233.C6] [also on academia]

Overstrikes
@ Hersh, C.A. (1953) ‘Overstrikes as evidence for the History of Roman Republican Coinage’, Numismatic Chronicle 13: 33-68

Early Imperial Coinage to the Flavians
Bibliography
Reference Catalogues
RIC I2
Sutherland, C.H.V. (1984) The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. I, revised edition, from 31 BC to AD 69 (London: Spink) [CJ 969.M2]
Its first edition of 1923 is sometimes needed to find out identifications given in publication issued before the volumes revised edition in 1984:
RIC I
Mattingly, H. and Sydenham, E.A. (1923) The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. I, Augustus to Vitellius (London: Spink) [CJ 969.M2]
RIC II.12
Carradice, I.A. and Buttrey, T.V. (207) The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol., II, Part 1, second fully revised edition, from AD 69-96, Vespasian to Domitian (London: Spink) [CJ 969.M2]
Includes pp. 361-404 a concordance to the first edition of 1926:
RIC II
Mattingly, H. and Sydenham, E.A. (1926) The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. II, Vespasian to Hadrian (London: Spink) [CJ 969.M2]

Woytek, B. (2010) Die Reichsprägung des Kaisers Traianus (98–117) (Moneta Imperii Romani 14, 2 vols, Denkschriften der phil.-hist. Klasse der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 387, Veröffentlichungen der Numismatischen Kommission 48) (Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) [CJ1003.W69]

CHRR Online
http://numismatics.org/chrr/

RPC I
Burnett, A., M. Amandry and P. P. Ripollès (1992) Roman Provincial Coinage Vol. I. From the Death of Caesar to the Death of Vitellius (44 BC AD69) (London: British Museum Press) [CJ 837.B8]
See also supplements:
Ripollès, P.P., Burnett, A., Amandry, M., Carradice, I. and Spoerri Butcher, M. (2015) Consolidated supplement (1992-2015) http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/supp/rpc_cons_supp_1-3.pdf
Amandry, M., Burnett, A., Hostein, A., Mairait, J. and Carradice, I. and Ripollès, P.P. (2017) (Volumes I, II, III, VII.1 and IX) http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/supp/rpc-supp-4.pdf
Further volumes in preparation (you are welcome to cite temporary numbers):
http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/ (RPC database)

From the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire
Horne, L. and C. Rowan, ‘The Coinage of Julius Caesar’ http://www.humanities.mq.edu.au/acans/caesar/Home.htm
Powell, A. & Welch, K. (eds) (2002). Sextus Pompeius. London [DG 260.P6]

Coinage in the Roman Empire
Bland, R. (1996) 'The Roman Coinage of Alexandria, 30 BC - AD 296: Interplay between Roman and Local Designs'. In Archaeological Research in Roman Egypt: The Proceedings of the Seventeenth Classical Colloquium of the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum. D. M. Bailey, (ed.). Ann Arbor. JRA Suppl. 19: 113-127. [DT 60.B7]
@ Buttrey, T. V. (1972) 'Vespasian as Moneyer', Numismatic Chronicle 12: 89-109
Butcher, K. (2004) Coinage in Roman Syria (London: Royal Numismatic Society). [CJ 1093.B8]
Howgego, C.J. (1985) Greek Imperial Countermarks (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ 969.H684]
@ Lo Cascio, E. (2008) ‘The function of gold coinage in the monetary economy of the Roman Empire’, in The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans, ed. W. Harris, Oxford: 160-173. [HK 252.M6]
Milne, J. G. (1971) Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins. Oxford. [CJ 1073.A4]
Toynbee, J. C. (1944) Roman Medallions (New York) [CJ 5655.T6]
@ Wallace-Hadrill, A. (1986). 'Image and Authority in the Coinage of Augustus', Journal of Roman Studies 76: 66-87

The Roman Mint(s) and Monetales
@ Burnett, A. M. (1977). 'The Authority to Coin in the Late Republic and Early Empire.' Numismatic Chronicle 137: 37-63.
Carson, R. A. G. (1956). 'System and Product in the Roman Mint'. In Essays in Roman Coinage Presented to Harold Mattingly. ed. R. A. G. Carson and C. H. V. Sutherland: 227-239. [CJ 809.C2]
@ Hamilton, C. D. (1969). 'The Tresviri Monetales and the Republican Cursus Honorum', in: Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 100: 181-199 [online from the Library]
@ Meadows, A. and J. Williams (2001). 'Moneta and the Monuments: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome', Journal of Roman Studies 91: 27-49.
The Severan marble plan: http://formaurbis.stanford.edu/index.html
*Woytek, B.E. (2012) ‘System and products in Roman mints form the late Republic to the high Principate. Some current problems’, Revue Belge de Numismatique et de Sigillographie 158: 85-122 [PDF available]
Woytek, B.E. (2003) Arma et nummi : Forschungen zur römischen Finanzgeschichte und Münzprägung der Jahre 49 bis 42 v. Chr. (Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) [CJ833.W6]

Coin Use
http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/excavationcorinth/
Excavation reports and the numismatic finds can be found in the numerous volumes of the journal Hesperia, available online. There are numerous articles (you need to go through each volume or keyword search to find them all), but see, for example:
@ Harris, J. M. (1941) 'Coins found at Corinth', Hesperia 10: 143-162
@ Zervos, O. H. (1986). 'Coins excavated at Corinth, 1978-1980', Hesperia 55: 183-205

@ Andreau, J. (2008). ‘The use and survival of coins and of gold and silver in the Vesuvian cities’, in The Monetary Systems of the Greeks and Romans, ed. W. Harris (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 208-225 [HK 252.M6]
@ P.-A. Besombes (1998) ‘Les miroirs de Néron’, Revue numismatique 153: 119-140 [from Persée]
Duncan-Jones, R. (2003) 'Roman Coin Circulation and the Cities of Vesuvius', in: Credito e moneta nel mondo romano. Atti degli incontri capresi di storia dell'economica antica, ed. E. Lo Cascio (Bari: Edipuglia): 161-180 [DG 107.I6]

The Roman Economy
@ Duncan-Jones, R.P. (1994) Money and Government in the Roman Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG 85.D8]
@ Harris, W.V. (2006). 'A Revisionist View of Roman Money.' Journal of Roman Studies 96: 1-24
@ Hopkins, K. (1980). 'Taxes and Trade in the Roman Empire (200B.C.- A.D. 400)', Journal of Roman Studies 70: 101-125
@ Howgego, C. (1994). 'Coin Circulation and the Integration of the Roman Economy', Journal of Roman Archaeology 7: 1-21
@ Katsari, C. (2011). The Roman Monetary System: the Eastern Province from the First to the Third Century AD (Cambridge University Press) [HK 252.K2]
@ Panagopoulou, K. (2007). 'Between necessity and extravagance: Silver as a commodity in the Hellenistic period', The Annual of the British School at Athens 102: 315-343 [JSTOR]

Devaluation and metal analysis
@ Attanasio, D., Bultrini, G., et al. (2001) 'The Possibility of Provenancing a Series of Bronze Punic Coins found at Tharros (Western Sardinia) using the Literature Lead Isotope Database', Archaeometry 43: 529-47
@ Beauchesne, F., Barrandon, J.-N., Alves, L., Gil, F.B. and Guerra, M.F. (1988) ‘Ion Beam Analysis of Copper and Copper Alloy Coins’, Archaeometry 30: 187-97
Beer-Tobey, L., Gale, N. H., et al. (1998) 'Lead Isotope Analysis of Four Late Archaic Silver Ingots from the Selinus Hoard', in Metallurgy in Numismatics Volume 4, ed. A. Oddy and M. Cowell. London: 385-92. [CJ 109.M48 Vol.4]
@ Bendall, C., Wigg-Wolf, D., et al. (2009) 'Detecting changes of celtic gold sources through the application of trace element and Pb isotope laser ablation analysis of celtic gold coins', Archaeometry 51: 598-625
Blet-Lemarquand, M., Gratuze, B. and J.-N. Barrandon (2014) ‘L’analyse monétaire des monnaies: adéquation entre les problématiques envisagées, les alliages étudiées et les méthodes utilisées’, in: Selbstwahrnehmung und Fremdwahrnehmung in der Fundmünzenbearbeitung. Bilanz und Perspektiven am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts (Untersuchungen zu Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 7) ed. H. Derschka, S. Frey-Kupper and R. Cunz (Lausanne: Les éditions du Zèbre): pp. 121-46 [CJ275.S45]
Burnett, A. (2000) ‘The Silver Coinage of Italy and Sicily in the Second Punic War’, in Metallanalytische Untersuchungen an Münzen der Römischen Republik (Berliner Numismatische Forschungen. Neue Folge 6) ed. W. Hollstein (Berlin: Mann) 102-13
*@ Butcher, K. and Ponting, M. (2014) The Metallurgy of Roman Silver Coinage: From the Reform of Nero to the Reform of Trajan (Cambridge: Cambridge Univesity Press) [CJ851.B88]
@ Butcher, K. and Ponting, M. (2012) ‘The beginning of the end? The denarius in the second century’, Numismatic Chronicle 2012: 63-83
@ Butcher, K. and Ponting, M. (2005a) ‘The Egyptian billon tetradrachm under the Julio-Claudian Emperors fiduciary or intrinsic?’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 84: 93-123
@ Butcher, K. and Ponting, M. (2005b) ‘The Roman Denarius under the Julio-Claudian Emperors: Mints, Metallurgy and Technology’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 24/2: 163-97
@ Carradice, I. A. and La Niece, S. (1988) 'The Libyan War and Coinage: A New Hoard and the Evidence of Metal Analysis', Numismatic Chronicle 148: 33-52
Cope, L.H., King, C.E., Northover, J.P. and Clay, T. (1997) Metal Analyses of Roman Coins minted under the Roman Empire (British Museum, Occasional Paper 120) (London: British Museum)
Domergue, C. (2008), Les Mines Antiques. La Production des Métaux aux Époques Grecque et Romaine (Paris: A. et J. Picard)
@ Dungworth, D. (1996) ‘Caley's 'zinc decline' reconsidered’, Numismatic Chronicle 156: 228-34.
@ Duyrat, F. and Olivier, J. (2010) 'Deux politiques de l'or. Séleucides et Lagides au IIIe siécle avant J.-C.', Revue Numismatique 166: 71-93 [oline from persée]
Frey-Kupper, S. (2013) Die antiken Fundmünzen vom Monte Iato 1971-1991. Ein Beitrag zur Geldgeschichte Westsiziliens (Studia Ietina X) (Lausanne: Éditions du Zèbre): pp. 161-4, 709-10, 665-7.
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2009) ‘A stone mould from Bir Messaouda (Carthage) for bronze coins of the Second Punic War. Preliminary notes’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 88: 185-91.
@ Frey-Kupper, S. and Barrandon, J.-N. (2003) ‘Analisi metallurgiche di monete antiche in bronzo circolanti nella Sicilia occidentale 2003’, in Quarte giornate internazionali di studi sull'area elima (Erice 1-4 Dicembre 2000). Atti ed. A. Corretti (Pisa:Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa): 507-36, pl. 84-87.
@ Giovanelli, G., Natali, S., et al. (2005) 'Microstructural Characterization of Early Western Greek Incuse Coins', Archaeometry 47: 817-33.
Gitler, H. and Ponting, M. (2003) The Silver Coinage of Septimius Severus and his Family (193-211 AD. A Study of the Chemical Composition of the Roman and Eastern Issues (Milan: Enerre)
@ Klein, S. and Von Kaenel, H.-M. (2000) ‘The Early Roman Imperial Aes Coinage: Metal analysis and numismatic studies ’, Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau 79: 53-106.
@ Ponting, M. (2009) 'Roman silver coinage: Mints, metallurgy and production', in Quantifying the Roman Economy, ed. A. Bowman and A. Wilson (Oxford, Oxford University Pres)s: 269-80.
@ Rafel, N., Montero-Ruiz, I., et al. (2010) 'New approaches on the archaic trade in the north-eastern Iberian peninsula: exploitation and circulation of lead and silver', Oxford Journal of Archaeology 29: 175-202.
Rosman, K. J. R., Chisholm, W., et al. (1997) 'Lead from Carthaginian and Roman Spanish Mines isotopically identified in Greenland Ice dated from 600 B.C. to 300 AD', Environmental Science and Technology 31: 3413-6. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es970038k
Stos-Gale, Z. A. (2001) 'The impact of the natural sciences on studies of Hacksilber and early silver coinage', in Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, ed. M. S. Balmuth (New York, American Numismatic Society): 53-76. [CJ 208.H2]
@ Trincherini, P. R., Barbero, P., et al. (2001) 'Where do the lead ingots of the Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer wreck come from? Archaeology compared with physics', Archaeometry 43: 393-406
@Trincherini, P. R., Domergue, C., et al. (2009) 'The identification of lead ingots from the Roman mines of Cartagena (Murcia, Spain): the role of lead isotope analysis', Journal of Roman Archaeology 22: 123-45
Walker, D.R. (1976) The Metallurgy of the Roman Silver Coinage, Part I from Augustus to Domitian. British Archaeological Reports, Supplementary Series (Oxford) (to retain for history of research, but results for silver content now radically reviewed by Butcher and Ponting)

Roman Provincial Coinage
General introductions and studies
Butcher, K. (1988) Roman Provincial coins: An Introduction to the “Greek Imperials” (London: Seaby) [CJ975.B84]
@ Harl, K. (1987) Civic Coins and Civic Politics in the Roman East (Berkeley ; London : University of California Press) [CJ969.H37].
Howgego, C.J. (1985) Greek Imperial Countermarks. Studies in the Provincial Coinage of the Roman Empire (London: Spink) [CJ413.H69]
@ Howgego, C. and Heuchert V., and Burnett A. (ed.) (2005) Coinage and identity in the Roman Provinces (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [CJ 1017.C6]
@ Jones T.B. (1963) “A Numismatic Riddle: the so-called Greek Imperials”, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 107 (4): pp. 308-347
Johnston A. (1985) “The So-called 'Pseudo-autonomous' Greek Imperials”, American Numismatic Society, Museum Notes 30: pp. 89-112
@ Metcalf W.E. (ed) (2012) Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [CJ339.O9]:
- Amandry M., The Coinage of the Provinces through Hadrian, pp. 391-404.
- Yarrow L.M., Antonine Coinage, pp. 423-452.
- Johnston A., The Provinces after Commodus, pp. 453-467.
- Butcher K., Syria in the Roman Period, 64 BC – AD 260, pp. 468-484.
- Gitler H., Roman Coinages of Palestine, pp. 485-498.
- Geissen A., The Coinage of Roman Egypt, pp. 561-583.
@ Ziegler R. (1996), “Civic coins and imperial campaigns”, in : Kennedy D.L., The Roman Army in the East (Journal of Roman Archaeology. Supplementary Series 18) (Ann Arbor, MI : Journal of Roman Archaeology), pp. 119-134 [U 35.R6]

Greece and Asia Minor
@ Burrell B. (2004) Neokoroi: Greek Cities and Roman Emperors (Leiden: Brill) [DS 155.B8]
@ Carradice I. and Cowell M. (1987) ‘The Minting of Roman Imperial Bronze Coins for Circulation in the East: Vespasian and Trajan’, Numismatic Chronicle 147, pp. 26-50
@ Edwards, K.M. (1933) ‘Coins 1896-1929’, in Corinth VI (Harward: Harward University Press)
Franke P.R. - Nollé M.K. (1997) Die Homonoia-Münzen Kleinasiens und der thrakischen Randgebiete, 1: Katalog, Saarbrücken [CJ 1091.F68]
Friesen S.J. (1993) Twice Neokoros. Ephesus, Asia and the Cult of the Flavian Imperial Family (Leiden: Brill) [ BL 813.E74]
@ Isaac J.D. (1987) Corinth, Coins 1925-1926; the Theatre District and the Roman Villa, Hesperia 56: pp. 97-157.
@ Johnston A. (1974) ‘New Problems for Old: Konrad Kraft on Die-sharing in Asia Minor,’ Numismatic Chronicle 7th series, vol. 14, pp. 203-207
@ Johnston A. (1995) ‘Aphrodisias Reconsidered’, Numismatic Chronicle 155, pp. 43-100
Johnston A. (2007) Greek Imperial Denominations, ca 200-275: a Study of the Roman Provincial bronze Coinages of Asia Minor (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ1005.J64]
Kraft K. (1972), Das System der kaiserzeitlichen Münzprägung in Kleinasien. Materialien und Entwürfe (Istanbuler Forschungen 29) (Berlin: Mann)
@ Kroll, J. (1993) The Greek Coins (The Athenian Agora 26) (Princeton, New Jersey) [DF 287.A23]
http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/oa_ebooks/oa_agora/Agora_XXVI.pdf
MacDonald, D.J. (1976) Greek and Roman coins from Aphrodisias (BAR, Supplementary Series 9) (Oxford) [CJ 595.A63.M28]
Thompson M. (1954) The Athenian Agora II: Coins from the Roman through the Venetian Period, Princeton.

Silver coinages of Asia Minor
Butcher K. – Ponting M. (1995) Rome and the East. Production of Roman Provincial Silver Coinage for Caesarea in Cappadocia under Vespasian, AD 69–79, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 14, pp. 63–77.
Metcalf W.E. (1980) The Cistophori of Hadrian, ANS Numismatic Studies 15 (New York: American Numismatic Society)
Metcalf W.E. (1996) The Silver Coinage of Cappodocia, Vespasian-Commodus, New York CJ [1092.C36]
Sydenham E.A. (1933, reprinted with a supplement by A.G. Malloy, New York 1978) The Coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia (New York : Attic Books)

Syria and the East
Bellinger A.R. (1949) The Excavations at Dura-Europos: Final Report 6. The Coins (New Haven: Yale University Press)
Butcher K. (2004) Coinage in Roman Syria. Northern Syria, 64 BC – AD 253 (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ893.S95 B88]
McAlee, R. (2007) The Coins of Roman Antioch (Lancaster, PA: Classical Numismatic Group) [CJ1092.A58 M33]

Egypt
Christiansen E. (2004) Coinage in Roman Egypt: The Hoard Evidence (Aarhus, DK : Aarhus University Press) [CJ 893.E3]
Geissen A. (1978-83) Katalog Alexandrinischer Kaisermünzen der Sammlung des Instituts für Altertumskunde der Universität zu Köln, Opladen 5 vols.
Milne J.G. (1971) Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins in the Ashmolean Museum (Oxford: Spink) [CJ 1073.A4]

Celtic Coins
Catalogues and standard reference works (including derived from finds)
Allen, D.F. (1987) Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum. Vol. I: Silver Coins of the East Celts and Balkan Peoples. Ed. J. Kent and M. Mays (London: British Museum Publications)
Allen, D.F. (1990) Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum. With Supplementary Material from other British Collections. Vol. II: Silver Coins of North Italy, South and Central France, Switzerland and South Germany. Ed. J. Kent and M. Mays (London: British Museum Publications) (Dept./SFK)
Allen, D.F. (1995) D. F. ALLEN, Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum. With Supplementary Material from other British Collections. Vol. III: Bronze Coins of Gaul. Ed. J. Kent and M. Mays (London: British Museum Publications) (Dept./SFK)
de la Tour, H. (1892, reprint 1991), Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises (Paris; reprint Maastricht) (Dept./SFK)
Feugère, M. & Py, M. (2011) Dictionnaire des monnaies découvertes en Gaule méditerranéenne (530-27 av. notre ère) (Montagnac: Editions Monique Mergoil; Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France) [CJ2681.F4]
Hobbs, R. (1995) British Iron Age Coins in the British Museum (London: British Museum [CJ 215.G7]
Nick, M. (2015) Die keltischen Münzen der Schweiz. Katalog und Auswertung, unter der Mitarbeit von Markus Peter, Hugo W. Doppler and Suzanne Frey-Kupper. 3 vols. (Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz 12) (Bern: Schweizerische Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften, Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz)
Scheers, S. (1983,2nd ed.) Traité de numismatique celtique, vol. 2 : La Gaule belgique: numismatique celtique (Centre de recherches d’histoire ancienne 24 = Annales littéraires de l'Université de Besançon 195) (Louvain: Peeters) [CJ2681.S354]
Villaronga, L., & Benages, J., (2011) Ancient coinage of the Iberian peninsula: Greek, Punic, Iberian, Roman = Les monedas de l’edat antiga a la penísula Ibèrica: (Barcelona: Societat Catalana d’Estudis Numismàtics, Institut d'Estudis Catalans) [CJ245.V55]

Britain and Gaul
Allen, D.F. (1980) The Coins of the Ancient Celts, ed. by D. Nash (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) [CJ 1112.A5]
@ Creighton, J. (2000) Coins and Power in Late Iron Age Britain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
Haselgrove, C. (1992) ˊIron Age Coinage and Archaeologyˊ, in Celtic Coinage: Britain and Beyond, The Eleventh Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History, ed. M. Mays (Oxford: Tempus Reparatum) [CJ2681.O94, Oversize]
@ Howgego, Ch. (2013) ‘The monetization of temperate Europe’, Journal of Roman Studies 103: pp. 16-45Nash, D. (1987) Coinage in the Celtic World (London: Seaby) [CJ2681.N36]
Van Arsdell, R.D. (1989) Celtic Coinage in Britain (London: Spink) [CJ 2490.V2]
Production and technique
Delestrée, P. and Pilon, F.(2014) ‘Le moule à potin en brnonze de Romenay (Saône-et-Loire, France)’, Numismatic Chronicle 14: pp. 61-74.

Hoards
Leins, I. (2011) ‘Fragments reunited: Reconstructing the Bedworth Iron Age hoard’, Numismatic Chronicle 171: pp. 81-97

Coin finds and circulation
Haselgrove, C. (2005) ‘A New approach to analysing the circulation of Iron Age coinage’, Numismatic Chronicle 16: pp. 129-174
Haselgrove, C. and Wigg-Wolf, D. (2005, eds) Iron Age Coinage and Ritual Practices (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 20) (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern) (in Dept/SFK)

Political Message
Berger, F. (1996) Kalkriese 1: Die römische Fundmünzen (Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern)
Bieber, M. "The Development of Portraiture on Roman Republican Coins", in Aufstieg und Niedergang römischen Welt, 1.4 (1973) 871-898 [DG 210.A8]
@ Burnett, A. M. (1977) 'The Authority to Coin in the Late Republic and Early Empire', Numismatic Chronicle 137, 37-63
Burnett, A. (1998) 'The coinage of the Social War', In Coins of Macedonia and Rome: Essays in Honour of Charles Hersh, A. Burnett, U. Wartenburg and R. Witschonke, (eds). London, 165-72 [CJ 233.C6]
@ Buttrey, T. V. (1972), 'Vespasian as Moneyer', Numismatic Chronicle 12:, 89-109.
Buttrey, T.V. (1973). The “Spintriae” as a Historical Source, The Numismatic Chronicle 13, 52-63
Evans, J. (1992), The Art of Persuasion. Political Propaganda from Aeneas to Brutus. Ann Arbor. [DG 82.E9]
@ Hedlund, R. (2008), "...achieved nothing worthy of memory". Coinage and authority in the Roman Empire c. AD 260-295. (Studia Numismatica Upsaliensia 5). Uppsala. p. 21-44
(http://uu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:171556)
@ Howgego, C., Heuchert, V., et al., (eds.) (2005) Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces. Oxford. [CJ 1017.C6]
Kemmers, F. (2006). Coins for a Legion. An analysis of the coin finds from the Augustan legionary fortress and Flavian canabae legionis at Nijmegen. Mainz.
@ Kemmers, F. and N. Myberg (2011). "Rethinking numismatics. The archaeology of coins." Archaeological Dialogues 18: 87-108.
Levick, B. (1999), 'Messages on the Roman Coinage: Types and Inscriptions', In Roman Coins and Public Life under the Empire, ed. G. M. Paul Ann Arbor, 41-60. [CJ 975.R6]
@ Meadows, A. and J. Williams (2001), 'Moneta and the Monuments: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome', Journal of Roman Studies 91, 27-49.
Metcalf, W. E. (1993), 'Whose Liberalitas? Propaganda and Audience in the Early Roman Empire', Rivista Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 95, 337-46.
Metcalf, W. E. (2006), 'Roman Imperial Numismatics', In A Companion to the Roman Empire, ed. D. S. Potter. Oxford, 35-44. [DG 311.P68]
@ Mwangi, W. (2002). "The lion, the native and the coffee plant: political imagery and the ambiguous art of currency design in colonial Kenya." Geopolitics 7: 31-62.
Noreña, C. (2011), Imperial Ideals in the Roman West: Representation, Circulation, Power. Cambridge. [DG 271.N67]
@ Noreña, C. (2011), 'Coins and Communication', In The Oxford Handbook of Social Relations in the Roman World, ed. M. Peachin. Oxford, 248-68. [DG 78.O9]
@ Sutherland, C. H. V. (1986), 'Compliment or Complement? Dr Levick on Imperial Coin Types', Numismatic Chronicle 146, 85-93.
@ Rowan, C. (2009), 'Becoming Jupiter: Severus Alexander, the Temple of Jupiter Ultor and Jovian Iconography on Roman Imperial Coinage', American Journal of Numismatics 21, 123-50. (available online at academia.edu)
Rowan, C. 2012. Under Divine Auspices: Divine Ideology and the Visualisation of Imperial Power in the Severan Period. Cambridge, (Chapter 2). [BL803.R69]
@ Rowan, C. 'Imaging the Golden Age: the coinage of Antoninus Pius', Papers of the British School at Rome 81 (2013): 211-246.
@ Wallace-Hadrill, A. (1986) 'Image and Authority in the Coinage of Augustus', Journal of Roman Studies: 66-87.
@ Weisser, B. (2005), 'Pergamum as Paradigm', In Coinage and Identity in the Roman Provinces, C. Howgego, V. Heuchert and A. Burnett, (eds). Oxford, 135-42. [CJ 1017.C6]

Later developments
General
See the new online version of Roman Imperial Coinage (only for AD 268-276)
http://www.ric.mom.fr/en/info/monn

Also relevant chapters from The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (chapters 23, 27-29)

Iconography
@ Duncan-Jones, R. P. (2006) 'Crispina and the Coinage of the Empresses', Numismatic Chronicle 166: 223-8.
@ Hedlund, R. (2008) "...achieved nothing worthy of memory". Coinage and authority in the Roman Empire c. AD 260-295 (Studia Numismatica Upsaliensia 5). Uppsala. (http://uu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2%3A171556&dswid=-3844)
Hill, P. V. (1961), 'Notes on the Ludi Saeculares of AD 88', Congresso Internazionale di Numismatica, Roma, 11-16 Settembre 1961 2, 275-82. (STORE CJ 27.I6 Vol.1 and 2]
@ Mattingly, H. (1948), 'The Consecration of Faustina the Elder and her Daughter', Harvard Theological Review 41: 147-51.
@ Rowan, C. (2011), 'Communicating a consecratio: The deification coinage of Faustina I', In Proceedings of the XIV International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009, vol 1, N. Holmes, (ed.). Glasgow, 991-8. (http://www.academia.edu/754856/_2012_Communicating_a_Consecratio_The_Deification_Coinage_of_Faustina_I_Proceedings_of_the_XIV_International_Numismatic_Congress_Glasgow_vol_1_ed._N._Holmes_Glasgow_pp._991-998)
@ Rowan, C. (2011), 'The Public Image of the Severan Women', Papers of the British School at Rome 79: 241-73.
@ Sobocinski, M. G. (2006), 'Visualizing Ceremony: The Design and Audience of the Ludi Saeculares Coinage of Domitian', American Journal of Archaeology 110: 581-602.

Developments in the Roman monetary system
Buttrey, T. V. (1972), 'A Hoard of Sestertii from Bordeaux and the Problem of Bronze Circulation in the Third Century A.D.', American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 18, 33-58. [Arts Journals]
Katsari, C. (2011). The Roman Monetary System: the eastern Provinces from the First to Third century AD, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [HK 252.K2] – and the review, http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-09-39.html

Coin Hoards
Coin Hoards from Roman Britain [CJ.1101.C6] (multiple volumes)
@ Buttrey, T. V. (1999), 'The Content and Meaning of Coin Hoards', Journal of Roman Archaeology 12, 526-32.

Medallions
@ Holden, A. (2008). "The Abduction of the Sabine Women in Context: The Iconography on Late Antique Contorniate Medallions." American Journal of Archaeology 112: 121-142.
@ Rowan, C. (2014). Showing Rome in the Round: Reinterpreting the ‘Commemorative Medallions’ of Antoninus Pius. Antichthon 48: 109-25.
@ Toynbee, J. M. C. (1944). "Roman Medallions: Their Scope and Purpose." Numismatic Chronicle 4: 27-44.

Cultural and Social Life
@ Aarts, J. (2005). "Coins, money and exchange in the Roman world. A cultural-economic perspective." Archaeological Dialogues 12: 1-28.
@ Rowan, C. (2011). 'Slipping out of circulation: the afterlife of coins in the Roman world' , Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 20: 3-14.

Late Roman Coinage
History
Alföldi, A. (1948) The Conversion of Constantine and Pagan Rome (Oxford: Clarendon) [BR 180.A5]
@ Cleary, S.E. (2009) The Roman West, AD 200-500: An Archaeological Study (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG311.E76]
Corcoran, S. (1997) The Empire of the Tetrarchs. Imperial Pronouncements and Government AD 284-324 (Oxford: Clarendon) [DG 311.C6]
Harries, J.D. (2012) Imperial Rome AD 284-363. The New Empire (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) [DG 311.H37]

Overviews
@ Abdy, R. (2012) ‘Tetrarchy and the House of Constantine’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 584-600
[CJ 339.O9]
@ Moorhead, S. (2012) ‘The coinage of the later Roman Empire, 364-498’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 601-32 [CJ 339.O9]

Catalogues
RIC Roman Imperial Coinage, volumes VI-X.
Carson, R.A.G., Hill, G.F. and Kent, J.P.C. (1978) Late Roman Bronze Coinage A.D. 324-498 (London: Spink) [CJ 1009.L2]
Grierson, P. and Mays, M. (1992) Catalogue of Late Roman Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: From Arcadius and Honorius to the Accession of Anastasius (Washington: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection) [CJ 815.U6 Oversize)

Coins and Coinage
@ Bland, R. (2010) ‘Anonymous Half-Siliquae of the Late 4th Century AD’, Numismatic Chronicle: 205-14.
King, C.E. (1980) ‘The Sacra Largitiones, Revenues, Expenditure and the Production of Coin’, in Imperial Revenues, Expenditure and Monetary Policy in the Fourth century A.D. (BAR. International Series 76) ed. C.E. King (Oxford) 141-73.

Medallions and Contorniats
Andreas, A. and Alföldi-Rosenbaum, E. (1976, 1990) Die Kontorniats-Medaillons, 2 vols (Antike Münzen und geschnittene Steine 6) (Berlin: De Gruyter)
@ Ramskold, L. and Lenski, N. (2012) ‘Constantinople's dedication medallions and the maintenance of civic traditions’, Numismatische Zeitschrift 119: 31-58
Toynbee, J.M.C. (1985) Roman Medallions (Numismatics Studies 5) (Anne Arbour, Mich.: UMI) [CJ 5655.T6]

Economy
Banaji, J. (2001) Agrarian Change in Late Antiquity. Gold, Labour, and Aristocratic Dominance (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [DG 10.B2]
Duncan-Jones, R. (1982, 2nd edn) The Economy of the Roman Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG 85.D8]
@ Duncan-Jones, R. (1990) Structure and Scale in the Roman Economy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG 85.D8]
@ Duncan-Jones, R. (1994) Money and Government in the Roman Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [DG 85.D8]
Harl, K.W. (1996) Coinage in the Roman Economy, 300 B.C. to c. A.D. 700 (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press) [CJ 843.H2]
Hendy, M.F. (1989) Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy c. 300-1450 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [HK 383.H3]
@ Speidel, M. P. (1992) ‘Roman army pay scales’, Journal of Roman Studies: 87-106

Finds
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2002) ‘Trouvailles monétaires du Bas-Empire en Suisse: État de la recherche’, in De l'Antiquité tardive au Haut Moyen-Âge (300-800). Kontinuität und Neubeginn (Antiqua 35) eds. R. Windler and M. Fuchs (Basel) 101-14 (academia)
Guest, P.S.W. (2005) The Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins from the Hoxne Treasure (British Museum Press: London) [CJ 1101.G8]
Hunter, F. and Painter, K. eds. (2015) Late Roman Silver. The Traprain Treasure in Context (Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries) [NK7107.L38]
Reece, R. (1982a) The coins, in: D. Whitehouse et al. The schola praeconum I. PBSR 50: 53-101 [Periodicals]
Reece, R. (1982b) ‘A collection of coins from the centre of Rome’, PBSR 50: 116-45 [Periodicals]
Wigg, D. (1991) Münzumlauf in Nordgallien um die Mitte des 4. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 8) (Berlin: Mann) [with long English summary, available from SFK]

Metal Analysis
Cope, L.H., King, C.E., Northover, J.P. and Clay, T. (1997) Metal Analyses of Roman Coins minted under the Roman Empire. British Museum, Occasional Paper 120. (London: British Museum)

Coin finds from the North-Western Provinces
Methods
@ Haselgrove, C. and Krmniceck, S. (2012) ‘The Archaeology of Money’, Annual Review of Anthropology 41: 235-50
Lockyear, K. (2012) ‘Dating coins, dating with coins’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31: 191-211
@ Lockyear, K. (2011) ‘Where do we go from here? Recording and analysing coins from archaeological excavations’, Britannia 38: 211-24
Reece, R. (1988) Coins and the Archaeologist (London: Seaby) [CJ1102.C65]
Rotroff, S.I. (1997) ‘Coins and stratigraphy’, in Numismatic Archaeology. Archaeological Numismatics: Proceedings of an international conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (Oxbow Monographs 75) eds. K.A. Sheedy and C. Papageorgiadou-Banis (Oxford: Oxbow) 8-16 [CJ 335.N854]
Walker, A.S. (1997) ‘Excavation coins: The use and misuse of numismatic evidence in Archaeology’, in Numismatic Archaeology. Archaeological Numismatics (Oxbow Monographs 75) eds. K.A. Sheedy and C. Papageorgiadou-Banis (Oxford: Oxbow) 17-26.
Walker, A.S. (1997) ‘Excavation coins: The use and misuse of numismatic evidence in Archaeology’, in Numismatic Archaeology. Archaeological Numismatics: Proceedings of an international conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (Oxbow Monographs 75) eds. K.A. Sheedy and C. Papageorgiadou-Banis (Oxford: Oxbow) 17-26 [CJ 335.N854]

Coin hoards
General:
CH
(1972-2010) Coin Hoards. Vols I-X (London: Royal Numismatic Society).

Republican:
RRCH
Crawford, M.H. (1969) Roman Republican Coin Hoards (Royal Numismatic Society. Special Publication 4) (London: Royal Numismatic Society)

Roman Imperial:
Besly, E. and Bland, R. (1983) The Cunetio Treasure: Roman Coinage of the Third Century AD. London: British Museum Publications
@ Bland, R. (2014) Hoarding in Iron Age and Roman Britain 2: The puzzle of the late Roman period, British Numismatic Journal 84: 9-38
@ Bland, R. (2013) ‘Hoarding in Britain: An overview’, British Numismatic Journal 83: 214-38
Guest, P.S.W. (2005) The Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins from the Hoxne Treasure (British Museum Press: London) [CJ 1101.G8 and CJ893.H674 G84]
Naylor, J. and Bland R. (2015, eds) Hoarding and the Deposition of Metalwork from the Bronze Age to the 20th Century: A British Perspective (BAR, British Series 215) (Oxford: Archaeopress) [GN805.H637]
Robertson, A.S. (1996) An Inventory of Romano-British Coin Hoards, ed. R. Hobbs and T.V. Buttrey (London: Royal Numismatic Society) [CJ 1101.R6]
Ireland, S. (2013) The South Warwickshire Hoard of Roman Denarii – A Catalogue (BAR British Series 585, 2013) (Oxford: Archaeopress) [CJ1101.I7]

Site finds and coin circulation
@ Bursche, A. (2013) ‘The Battle of Abritus, the Imperial Treasury and Aurei in Barbaricum’, Numismatic Chronicle 173: 151-170
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2002) ‘Trouvailles monétaires du Bas-Empire en Suisse: État de la recherche’, in De l'Antiquité tardive au Haul Moyen-Âge (300-800). Kontinuität und Neubeginn (Antiqua 35) eds. R. Windler and M. Fuchs (Basel) 101-14.
@ Howgego, C. (1994) Coin circulation and the integration of the Roman economy, Journal of Roman Archaeology 7: 5-21 [
Kemmers, F. (2006) Coins for a Legion. An Analysis of the Coin Finds from the Augustan Legionary Fortress and Flavian canabae legionis at Nijmegen (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 21) (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern) [see periodicals]
Kraay, C.M. (1962) Die Münzfunde von Vindonissa (bis Trajan) (Veröffentlichungen der Gesellschaft pro Vindonissa 5) (Basel).
Peter, M. (2001) Untersuchungen zu den Münzen aus Augst und Kaiseraugst (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 17) (Berlin: Mann) [availoable from SFK]
Reece, R. (1991) Roman coins from 140 sites in Britain (Cirencester: Cotswold Studies) [CJ 1101.R3]
@ Reece, R. (1982a) The coins, in: D. Whitehouse et al. “The schola praeconum I”, Papers of the British School at Rome 50: 53-101 [Periodicals]
@ Reece, R. (1982b) A collection of coins from the centre of Rome, Papers of the British School at Rome 50: 116-45 [Periodicals]
@ Van Heesch, J. (2008) 'Coin circulation and coin use in Northern Gaul between the Mosel and the North Sea from Caesar to Augustus', in M.P. García-Bellido, A. Mostalac and A. Jiménez (eds.), Del imperium de Pompeyo a la avctoritas de Augusto. Homenaje a Michael Grant (Anejos de AEspA, 47) (Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas), 29-39
@ Van Heesch, J. (2000) 'Some considerations on the circulation of Augustan and Tiberian bronze coins in Gaul', in R. Wiegels (ed.), Die Fundmünzen von Kalkriese und die frühkaiserzeitliche Münzprägung. Akten des wissenschaftlichen Symposiums in Kalkrise, 15.-16. April 1999 (Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption 3) (Möhnesee: Bibliopolis), 153-70
Wigg, D. (1991) Münzumlauf in Nordgallien um die Mitte des 4. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 8) (Berlin: Mann) [with long English summary, available from SFK]

Votive gifts
Walker, D.R. (1988) Roman coins from the Sacred Spring at Bath (Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology) [DA 147.B2]

Handling coins and secondary interventions
@ Buttrey, T.V. (1972) ‘Halved Coins, the Augustan Reform and Horace, Odes I 3’, American Journal of Archaeology 76: 31-48
@ Werz, U. (2009) Gegenstempel auf Aesprägungen der frühen römischen Kaiserzeit im Rheingebiet : Grundlagen, Systematik, Typologie (Frankfurt)
http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/frontdoor/index/index/docId/6876

Publication series including coin hoards and/or site finds
Coin Hoards from Roman Britain (1979 ) [currently 13 volumes]
http://www.hookmoor.com/home/?page_id=226
Includes only hoards.
For a detailed list of coin hoards see also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Roman_hoards_in_Britain
And the Portable Antiquity Scheme: http://finds.org.uk/

IFS/ITMS/IRMS
Die Fundmünzen der Schweiz/Trouvailles monétaires suisses (1993 ) [currently 10 volumes] Includes hoards and site finds up to modern times.
FMRD
Die Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Deutschland (1960 ) [Abt. I-X, each including several volumes] see now the database Numidat http://www.adwmainz.de/index.php?id=338
Includes ancient hoards and site finds
TM
Trésors monétaires (1979 ) [currently 25 volumes]
Includes only hoards.

Journals including coin finds

Articles and lists in the Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica
Journal of Archaeological Numismatics [Arts Journals]

Tables with grades coin wear
@Frey-Kupper, S., Dubuis, O. F. and Brem, H. (1995) Usure et Corrosion. Tables de référence pour la détermination de trouvailles monétaires/Abnutzung und Korrosion. Bestimmungstafeln zur Bearbeitung von Fundmünzen/[Wear and Corrosion. Reference Tables for Working on Coin finds] Bulletin IFS/ITMS/IRMS (Supplement)
http://coinarchaeology.blogspot.co.uk/2008/11/recording-wear-and-corrosion-on-ancient.html

The shift to the Early Medieval Period
Overviews
Burnett, A. (1987) Coinage in the Roman World (London: Spink), 149-60 [CJ 833.B8]
Grierson, Ph. and Blackburn, M. (1986) Medieval European Coinage: with a Catalogue of the Coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. 1, The early Middle Ages (5th-10th centuries) (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press) [CJ 2464.M3]
Moorhead, S. (2012) ‘The coinage of the later Roman Empire, 364-498’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 601-32 [CJ 339.O9]
Stahl, A. (2012) ‘The Transformation of the West’, in The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage ed. W.E. Metcalf (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 633-654 [CJ 339.O9]

Catalogues
RIC X
Kent, J.P.C. (1994) Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. X, The Divided Empire and the Fall of the Western Parts, 395-491 (London: Spink) [CJ 969.M2]
Grierson, Ph. (1982) Byzantine Coins (London: Methuen) [CJ 1229.G7]
Grierson, Ph. and Mays, M. (1992) Catalogue of Late Roman Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: From Arcadius and Honorius to the Accession of Anastasius (Washington: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection) [CJ 815.U6 Oversize)
Bellinger, S. and Grierson, Ph. (ed., 1966) Catalogue of the Byzantine coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection. Vol.1, Anastasius I to Maurice, 491-602 (Washington, D.C. : Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection) [CJ 1215.U6]
Wroth, W. (1911) Catalogue of the Coins of the Vandals, Ostrogoths and Lombards, and of the Empires of Thessalonica, Nicaea and Trebizond in the British Museum (London: Trustees of the British Museum).

Coinage and Use
Rovelli, A. (2012) Coinage and Coin Use in Medieval Italy (Variorum Collected Studies Series (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Variorum) [CJ2921.C656]

Economy
Evans, J.D. (2006) The Coins and the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine Economy of Palestine (The joint expedition to Caesarea Maritima excavation reports 6) (Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research) [CJ 1375.E93]
Harl, K.W. (1996) Coinage in the Roman Economy, 300 B.C. to c. A.D. 700 (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press) [CJ 843.H2]
Hendy, M.F. (1985) Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy c. 300-1450 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [HK 383.H3]

Finds
Butcher, K. (2003) Archaeology of the Beirut Souks: AUB abd ACRE excavations in Beiruth 1994-1995. Vol. 1: Small Change in Ancient Beirut : The Coin Finds from Bey 006 and Bey 045 : Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods with contributions by Dominic Perring, Paul Reynolds and Penelope Walton Rogers (Beirut: The Faculty of Arts and Sciences The American University of Beirut)
Guest, P.S.W. (2005) The Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins from the Hoxne Treasure (British Museum Press: London) [CJ 1101.G8 and CJ893.H674 G84]
Orna-Ornstein, J. (2009) ‘Patching, West Sussex’, in Coin Hoards from Roman Britain, vol XII eds. R. Abdy, E. Ghey, C. Hughes and I. Leins (Wetteren: Moneta) 389-92
@ Reece, R. (1982a) The coins, in: D. Whitehouse et al. “The schola praeconum I”, Papers of the British School at Rome 50: 53-101 [Periodicals]
@ Reece, R. (1982b) A collection of coins from the centre of Rome, Papers of the British School at Rome 50: 116-45 [Periodicals]
Saguì, L. and Rovelli, A. (2012) ‘Residuality, non-residuality, and continuitiy of circulation: Some examples from the Crypta Balbi’, in A. Rovelli, Coinage and Coin Use in Medieval Italy (Variorum Collected Studies Series 1-22 (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Variorum) (= Saguì, L. and Rovelli, A. (1998) Residualità, non residualità, continuità di circolazione: alculi esempi dalla Cripta Balbi, in: F. Guidobaldi, C. Pavolini and P. Pergola (eds), I materiali residui nello scavo archeologico (Collection de l'École Française de Rome) (Rome: École Française de Rome) 173-95 [CJ2921.C656]

False coins and Imitations
Greek and Roman Republic

@ Van Alfen, P.G. (2005) ‘Problems in ancient imitative and counterfeit coinage’, in: Z. H. Archibald, J. K. Davies, V. Gabrielsen eds, Making, Moving and Managing. The New World of Ancient Economies, 323-31 BC (Oxford: Oxbow) 322-354
Buttrey, T.V. (1979) ‘The Athenian currency law of of 375/4 BC’, in O. Mørkholm and N. Waggoner, Greek Numismatics and Arvchaeology. Essays in Honor of Margaret Thompson 33-45 (Wetteren: Cultura) [CJ 335.G7]
Crawford, M.H. (1982) ‘Unofficial Imitations and Small Change under the Roman Republic’, Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 29: 139-64
@ Frey-Kupper, S. (2009) ‘A stone mould from Bir Messaouda (Carthage) for bronze coins of the Second Punic War. Preliminary notes’, Schweizerische Numisamtische Rundschau 88: 185-91
@ Lockyear, K. (2008) Aspects of Roman Republican coins found in Late Iron Age Dacia. In: V. Spinei and L. Munteanu (eds) Miscellanea numismatica Antiquitatis. In honorem septagenarii magistri Virgilii Mihailescu-Bîrliba oblata (Honoraria 4) (Buchrest: Editura Academiei Romane) 147-76
@ Stannard, C. (2011) ‘Evaluating the monetary supply: Were dies mechanically reproduced in Antiquity?’ in Quantifying Monetary Supplies in Greco-Roman Times. Proceedings of the Third Academia Belgica–Francqui Foundation Conference, Rome, Academia Belgica, 29-30 September 2008 (Pragmateiai 19) ed. F. de Callataÿ (Bari) 59-79
@ Stannard, C. and Carbone, F. (2013) ‘Pseudo-mints again: A dies-study’, in La numismatique pour passion. Études d’histoire monétaires offertes à Suzanne Frey-Kupper par quelques-uns de ses amis à l’occasion de son anniversaire 2013, ed. S. Frey (Études d’histoire monétaire 9) (Lausanne: Les éditions du Zèbre), 255-302 [CJ59.N88]
@ Stannard, C. and Frey-Kupper, S. (2008) ‘"Pseudomints" and Small Change in Italy and Sicily in the Late Republic’, AJN, Second Series 20: 351-404, pl. 83-85
@ Von Reden, S. (1997) ‘Money Law and exchange: Coinage in the Greek polis’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 117: 154-76

Rome Empire
Besly, E.M. and Bland, R.F. (1983) The Cunetio Treasure. Roman Coinage of the Third Century AD (London: British Museum Publications) 69-70
@ Boon, G.C. (1965) ‘Light-weights and Limes-Falsa’, Numismatic Chronicle 5: 161-74
[see periodicals in library]
@ Crawford, M.H. (1968) ‘Plated coins - false coins’, Numismatic Chronicle 8: 55-9 [see periodicals in library]
Lallemand, J. (1994) ‘Les moules monétaires de Saint-Mard (Virton, Belgique) et les moules de monnaies impériales romaines en Europe: Essai de répertoire’, in: Un quartier de l’agglomération gallo-romaine de Saint-Mard (Virton, Belgique) (Namur: Ministère de la région Wallone): 141-77.
Grierson, P. (1956) ‘The Roman law of counterfeiting’, in Essays in Roman Coinage presented to Harold Mattingly eds. R.A.G. Carson and C.H.V. Sutherland (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [CJ 809.C2]
Hendy, M.F. (1985) Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy c. 300-450 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) [HK 373.H3]
Kent, J.P.C. (1959) ‘Barbarous copies of Roman Coins. Their significance for the British historian and archaeologist’, in Limes-Studien, Vorträge des 3. Internationalen Limes-Kongresses in Rheinfelden-Basel 1957 (Basel) 61-8 [photocopies available from SFK]
Wigg, D. (1991) Münzumlauf in Nordgallien um die Mitte des 4. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. (Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike 8) (Berlin: Mann), esp. 118-139 [with long English summary, available from SFK]

The Mint of Rome (guest lecture PD Dr. Bernhard E. Woytek)
Woytek, B. (2010) Die Reichsprägung des Kaisers Traianus (98–117) (Moneta Imperii Romani 14, 2 vols, Denkschriften der phil.-hist. Klasse der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 387, Veröffentlichungen der Numismatischen Kommission 48) (Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) [CJ1003.W69]
Woytek, B. (2012) System and Product in Roman Mints from the Late Republic to the High Principate: Some Current Problems, Revue Belge de Numismatique 158: 85‒122
Woytek, B. (2013) Signatores in der römischen Münzstätte: CIL VI 44 und die numismatische Evidenz, Chiron 43: 243‒284

§Essential Reading
Howgego, C. (1995) Ancient History from Coins (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
Metcalf, W. (2012, ed.) Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

Catalogues & Reference Works (Some have very useful introductions)
*Burnett A., Amandry M., Rippolès P.P., Roman Provincial Coinage, London 1992.
*Callataÿ F. de., L'histoire des guerres Mithridatiques vue par les monnaies, Louvain-la-Neuve 1997.
Carradice I, & Price M.J., Coinage in the Greek World, London 1988.
Houghton A., Coins From the Seleucid Empire from the Collection of Arthur Houghton, New York 1983.
Lindgen H.C. & Kovacs F.L., I Ancient Bronze Coins of Asia Minor and the Levant, California 1985.
Lindgen H.C. & Kovacs F.L., II Ancient Greek Bronze Coins: European Mints, California 1989.
Lindgen H.C. & Kovacs F.L., III Ancient Bronze Coins from the Lindgren Collection, California 1993.
Metcalf W.E., The Silver Coinage of Cappadocia, Vespasian-Commodus, New York 1996.
Newell E.T., The Coinage of the Eastern Seleucid Mints from Seleucus I to Antiochus III, New York 1978 (reprint).
Newell E.T., The Coinage of the Western Seleucid Mints from Seleucus I to Antiochus III, New York 1977 (reprint).
*Price, M.J., Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus, London 1991.
Sellwood, D. 'Minting' in D. Strong and D. Brown Roman Crafts, London 1976, pp.63-73

SNG British Museum I, The Black Sea, London 1993.
SNG Copenhagen
*SNG von Aulock (Asia Minor mints)

Secondary Literature: Monographs
Balmuth, M.S. Hacksilber to Coinage: New Insights into the Monetary History of the Near East and Greece, New York 2001.
Burnett A., Wartenberg U., & Witschonke R. (edd.), Coins of Macedonia and Rome: Essays in Honour of Charles Hersh, London 1998.
Butcher K., Roman Provincial Coins, Lonson 1988.
Carradice I., Greek Coins, London 1995.
Figuera T., The Power of Money: Coinage and Politics in the Athenian Empire, Pennsylvania 1998.
Grierson P. Numismatics, Oxford 1975.
Harl K.W., Civic Coins and Civic Politics, California 1987.
Head B., Historia Nummorum, 2nd ed. Oxford 1911/67.
Hill G.F., Coins of Ancient Sicily, London.
Hill G.F., Historical Greek Coins, London.
Howgego C., Ancient History from Coins.
Jenkins G.K., Ancient Greek Coins, 2nd ed London 1990.
Jones J.M., A Dictionary of Ancient Greek Coins, London 1986.
Kraay C.M., Archaic and Classical Greek Coins, London 1976.
Kraay C.M., Coins of Ancient Athens, Newcastle 1968.
*Martin T.R., Sovereignty and Coinage in Classical Greece, 1985.
Meadows, A. and K. Shipton Money and its Uses in the Ancient Greek World Oxford 2001.
Melville-Jones J.R., Testimonia Numaria, London 1993.
Milne J.G., Greek Coinage, Oxford 1931.
Mørkholm O., Early Hellenistic Coinage, Cambridge 1991.
Nash D., Coinage in the Celtic World, London 1987.
Oikonomides A.N., The Coins of Alexander the Great, Chicago 1981.
Penn R.G., Medicine on Ancient Greek and Roman Coins, London 1994.
Plant R., Greek Coin Types and Their Identification, London 1979.
Ramage, A. and Craddock, P. King Croesus' Gold: Excavations and the History of Gold Refining, London 2000.
Roberts W.R., The Ancient Boeotians and the Coinage of Boeotia, Chicago 1974.
Rutter, N.K., Greek Coinage, Aylesbury 1983.
Rutter, N.K., The Greek Coinages of Southern Italy and Sicily, London 1997.
Rutter, N.K. Historia Nummorum, Italy, London 2001.
Seltman C., Athens, its Hitsory and Coinage, Chicago 1974.
Seltman C., Greek Coins, London 1977.
*Troxell H., Studies in the Macedonian Coinage of Alexander the Great, New York 1997.
Van Arsdell R.D., Celtic Coinage of Britain, London 1989.

Journal Articles
*Beer L., 'Results of Coin Striking to simulate the Mint of Aegina' Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 47-51.
*Buttrey T.V., 'Pharaonic Imitations of Athenian Tetradrachms', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 137-40
*Clay T., 'Metallurgy and Metallography in Numismatics', Numismatica e Antichita Classiche 17 (1988) 341-52.
*Hill G.F., 'Ancient Methods of Coining' NC 1922, 1-42.
*Holloway R.R., 'The Date of the First Greek Coins: Some Arguments from Style and Hoards', Revue Belge de Numismatique, 130 (1984) 5-17.
*Kagan D., 'The Dates of the Earliest Coins', AJA 86 (1982) 343-60
*Kinns P., The Amphictyonic Coinage Reconsidered', NC 143 (1983) 1-22.
*Kraay C.M., 'The Archaic Owls of Athens: Classification and Chronology', NC 6 (1956) 43-68.
*Kroll J.H., 'From Wappenmünzen to Gorgoneia to Owls', ANSMN 26 (1981) 1-32.
*Kroll J.H. & Waggoner N.M., 'Dating the Earliest Coins of Athens, Corinth and Aegina', AJA 88 (1984) 325-40.
*Lewis D.M., 'The Chronolgy of the Athenian New Style Coinage', NC 11 (1962) 275-300.
*Mørkholm O., 'The Chronolgy of the New Style Coinage of Athens', ANSMN 29 (1984) 29-42.
*Mørkholm O., 'The "Behaviour" of Dies in the Hellenistic Period', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics1982, 209-14.
*Petrillo S. & Volk T.R., 'Old and New Worlds: Ancient Coinage and Modern Technology', in Information to Knowledge ed. Nisson E. & Schmidt K., Oxford 1995, pp.151-70.
Price M.J., 'Early Greek Bronze Coinage', in Kraay C.M. & Jenkins G.K., Essays in Greek Coinage Presented to Stanley Robinson, 1968, pp. 90-104.
*Price M.J. & Waggoner N., Archaic Greek Coinage: The Asyut Hoard, 1975.
*Robinson W.S.G., 'The Date of the Earliest Coins', NC 16 (1956) 1-8.
*Vickers M., ' Early Greek Coinage: A Reassessment', NC 145 (1985) 1-44.
*Walker A.S., 'Some Plated Coins from the Agora at Athens', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 132-6.

Roman Bibliography

(Items marked * are available from Dr. Stanley Ireland)

Essential Reading
Burnett A., Coinage in the Roman World, London 1988.

Catalogues & Reference Works (Some have very useful introductions)
Crawford M.H., Roman Republican Coinage, Cambridge 1974
Grierson P. & Mays M., Late Roman Coins, Washington 1992.
Roman Imperial Coinage

Secondary Literature: Monographs
Carson R.A.G., Coins of the Roman Empire, London 1990.
Carson R.A.G., The Principal Coins of the Romans, London 1978.
Casey J. & Reece R., Coins and the Archaeologist, London 1974/88.
*Casey J., Understanding Ancient Coins, 1986.
Crawford M.H., Coins and Money under the Roman Republic, London 1985.
Duncan-Jones, R. Money and Government in the Roman Empire, Cambridge 1994.
Foss C., Roman Historical Coins, London 1990.
Fox J., Roman Coins and How to Collect Them, London 1983.
Giacosa G., Women of the Caesars, Milan.
Harl K.W., Coinage in the Roman Economy, Baltimore 1996.
Harlan M., Roman Republican Moneyers and Their Coins 63-49BC, London 1995.
Hill P.V., The Monuments of Ancient Rome as Coin Types, London 1989.
Reece R., Identifying Roman Coins, London 1986.
Sear D.R., The History and Coinage of the Roman Imperatores 49-27BC, London 1998.
Thomsen R., Early Roman Coinage, Copenhagen 1974.
Thurlow B.K. & Vecchi I.G., Italian Cast Coinage, Italian Aes Grave, London 1979.

Journal Articles
*Bruun P., 'The Source Value of Imperial Coin Portraits (the fourth century A.D.)', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics1982, 551-9.
*Burnett A.M., Craddock P.T., Preston K., 'New Light on the Origins of Orichalcum', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 263-8.
*Burnett A., The Currency of Italy from the Hannibalic War to the Reign of Augustus', Annali dell' Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 1982, 125-37.
Burnett A.M., 'Clipped Siliquae and the End of Roman Britain', Britannia1984, 163-8.
Burnett A.M., 'The Iconography of Roman Coin Types', NC 146 (1986) 67-75.
*Burnett A.M., 'The Beginnings of Roman Coinage', Annali dell' Istituto Italiano di Numismatica, 36 (1989) 33-64.
*Buttrey T.V.,' On the Retariffing of the Roman Denarius', ANSMN 7 (1957) 57-65.
*Buttrey T.V., 'The Denarii of P. Crepusius and Roman Republican Mint Organization', ANSMN 21 (1976) 67-108.
*Buttrey T.V., 'Calculating Ancient Coin Production: Facts and Fantasies', Numismatic Chronicle (1993) 335-51.
*Carson R.A.G., 'The Date of the Capture of Valerian I', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 461-5.
*Cody J., 'Stylistic Trends in the Representation of Godesses on the Roman Republican Coinage', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 283-8.
*Cope L.H., 'The Metallurgical Analysis of Roman Imperial Silver and AesCoinage', in Methods of Chemical and Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage ed. Hall E.T. & Metcalf D.W., RNS special publ. 1972, pp.1-47.
*Cope L.H., 'Surface-Silvered Ancient Coins', in Methods of Chemical and Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage ed. Hall E.T. & Metcalf D.W., RNS special publ. 1972, pp.261-78.
*Crawford M.H., 'The coinage of the Age of Sulla', NC (1964) 141- 58.
*Crawford M.H., 'Plated Coins - False Coins', NC (1968) 55-9.
*Duncan-Jones R.P., 'The Currency of Italy from the Hannibalic War to the Reign of Augustus', Annali dell' Istituto Italiano di Numismatica, 29 (1982) 125-37.
*Ehrhardt C.T.H.R., 'Roman Coin Types and the Roman Public', Jahrbuch für Nimismatik und Geldgeschichte 34 (1984) 41-54.
*Kenyon R.F., 'The Countermark PROB on Coins of Claudius I from Britain', NC 148 (1988) 53-61.
*Kleiner D.E.E., 'Politics and Gender in the Pictorial Propaganda of Antony and Octavian', Echos du Monde Classique 11 (1992) 357-67.
*Mattingly H.B., 'New Light on the Roman Victoriate', in Kraay C.M. & Jenkins G.K., Essays in Greek Coinage Presented to Stanley Robinson, 1968, pp210-28.
*Mattingly H.B., The Management of the Roman Republican Mint', Annali dell' Istituto Italiano di Numismatica 1982, 9-46.
*Metcalf W.E., 'The Flavians in the East' Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 321-39.
Millar F., 'The Aerarium and its Officials', JRS 1964.
*Newman R., 'A Dialogue of Power in the Coinage of Antony and Octavian', AJN 2 (1990) 37-63.
*Ramage E., 'Denigration of Predecessors under Claudius, Galba and Vespasian', Historia 1983, 200-14.
*Reece R., 'Economic History from Roman Site-Finds', Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics 1982, 495-502.
Shotter D.C.A., 'The Principate of Nero: Some Observations on the Coin Evidence', Historia 1983. 216-26.
*Sutherland C.H.R., 'Early Imperial Mints in the Western Provinces: The Direction of Coin Types', Numismatica e Antichita Classiche 12 (1983) 151-7.
*Tyler P., 'Analyses of Mid-Third Century Roman Antoniniani as Historical Evidence', in Methods of Chemical and Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage ed. Hall E.T., & Metcalf D.W., RNS special publ. 1972, pp.249-60.
Wallace-Hadrill R., 'Image and Authority in the Coinage of Augustus', JRS 1986, 66-87.

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