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Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria, and Cilicia

British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals.

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria, and Cilicia

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Published by A. Forni in Bologna .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lycaonia.,
  • Turkey,
  • Isauria.,
  • Cilicia.
    • Subjects:
    • British Museum. Dept. of Coins and Medals.,
    • Coins, Greek -- Lycaonia.,
    • Coins, Greek -- Turkey -- Isauria.,
    • Coins, Greek -- Turkey -- Cilicia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby George Francis Hill.
      SeriesA Catalogue of the Greek coins in the British Museum
      ContributionsHill, George Francis, Sir, 1867-1948.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCJ609 .B82 1964
      The Physical Object
      Paginationcxxxi, 296 p.
      Number of Pages296
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5118890M
      LC Control Number74192005

      Lycaonia, ancient region in the interior of Anatolia north of the Taurus Mountains, inhabited by a wild and warlike aboriginal people who pastured sheep and wild asses on the bleak central highlands.


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Forni, important of the new scrolls is a complete roll of the Book of Isaiah, intact except where it has been damaged by the vicissitudes of time. This roll was written, according to its script - which is much more archaic in a number. Catalogue of the Greek coins of Caria, (London, The Trustees, ), by British Museum.

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is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Author: Barclay Head. Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia. [nach diesem Titel suchen] Anbieter Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V., (Amsterdam, Niederlande). The region known by the name of Lycaonia was bounded on the west by Pisidia, on the north by Galatia, on the east by Cappadocia, and on the south by the mountainous country of Isauria or Cilicia Tracheia.

Tarsus under Greek Sway 5. Tarsus in the Roman Empire 6. The University 7. The Tarsian Constitution 8. Paul of Tarsus 9. Later History LITERATURE 1. Situation: The chief city of Cilicia, the southeastern portion of Asia Minor.

It lay on both banks of the river Cydnus, in the midst of a fertile alluvial plain, some 10 miles from the seacoast. Tarsus is not again mentioned in the New Testament, but Paul doubtless revisited it on his second missionary journey, when he "went through Syria and Cilicia", and traveled thence by way of the Cilician Gates into Lycaonia, and again at the beginning of his third journey when, after some time spent at Antioch, "he departed, and went through.

TARSUS (tar’sŭs, Gr. Tarsos).A city of Cilicia, the capital of the province from a.d. It was the birthplace and early residence of the apostle Paul, a fact that he himself notes with civic pride in Acts, echoing a line of Euripides applied to Athens, which the Tarsians appear to have city stood on the Cilician Plain, a little above sea level and some ten miles.

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria, and Cilicia / by George Francis Hill - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Isauria, and Cilicia / by George Francis Hill.

Uploaded by Digital Library Numis (DLN) 1 1 upvote 0 0 downvotes. views. Catalogue of the Greek coins of 5/5(1).

In fine condition. Excellent set, many volumes are practically unused. ~ Rare complete set of the original reprint. First printed The British Museum published its massive collection of Greek coins in 29 volumes, presented herewith in full.

The series, "BMC Greek", is the largest collection of ancient Greek coins ever published. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Syracuse, by Barclay V.

Head; The other cities of Sicily, by Percy Gardner, M.A.; Siculo-Punic class and Lipara, by the :   Author of Catalogue of Greek coins, A catalogue of English coins in the British museum, Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum, Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Catalogue of Oriental coins in the British Museum, A guide to the Department of Coins and Medals in the British Museum, Catalogue of the Greek coins of Arabia.

TURCAN HILL G.F. HILL, Catalogue of Greek Coins in the British Museum, Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia, Londres. HÖRIG-SCHWERTHEIM «. LYCAONIA lĭk ā ō’nĭ ə (Gr. Λυκαονία, G).

A satrapy in southern Asia Minor. A satrapy in southern Asia Minor. The borders of the region called Lycaonia are not well defined, but it had Galatia to the N, Cappadocia to the E, Cilicia to the S., and Pisidia to the W.

The two best scholarly overview books about ancient Greek-era coins in my view are Colin M. Kraay's Archaic and Classical Greek Coins and Otto Mørkholm's Early Hellenistic Coinage from the Accession of Alexander to the Peace of Apamaea ( BC).

Many other books as well as journal articles deal with narrower areas. A Catalogue of Greek Coins (London, ). Section IV: Other Modern Books and Articles.

Abrahams, I. ‘Jannes and Jambres’, EB ii. Alexander, L. The Kings of Lydia and a Rearrangement of some Fragments from Nicolaus of Damascus (Princeton, ). Bartlet, J. From this time Tarsus is a city of Hellenic constitution, and its coins no longer bear Aramaic but Greek legends.

Catalogue of Coins: Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia, lxxvi ff, ff. Top Bibliography Information Orr, James, M.A., D.D. General Editor. "Definition for 'tarsus'". "International Standard Bible Encyclopedia". bible-history. lemy, the cities belonged indeed both to Cilicia, the one to the «Rough», the other to the «Plain Cilicia».

(3) W. Ramsay, Historical Geography of Asia Minor (London, ), p. (4)Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia (London, ) p. lxi-lxiii,PI, XIV, no.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lydia, by Barclay V. Head. British Museum. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. | LYCAONIA (lĭk'ā-ō'nĭ-a, Gr. Lykaonia). A district in the central plain of Asia north of the Taurus range, in early Roman days a division (or conuentus) of the province of Cilicia.

Trajan transferred it to Galatia, but it reverted largely to Cilicia under the boundary adjustments of [[Antoninus Pius]]. Iconium, an ancient city rich in history, was the.

Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Lydia by British Museum Dept of Medals,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. LYCAONIA, Lystra. Augustus. 27 BC-AD Æ 28mm ( g, 9h). Struck circa BC. IMPE AVGVSTI (S retrograde), laureate head left; all within pelleted border / COL IVL/FEL CEM in upper left field, LVSTRA in exergue, priest standing left, plowing pomerium with yoke of oxen left and holding ornate staff in left hand.

Hill. Greek coins acquired by the British Museum, p. Percy Gardner. The coins of the Greek Scythic kings of Bactria and India, p.

Wroth. Greek coins acquired by the British Museum, p. Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum. Grueber. Catalogue of the Roman coins in the British. Tarsus: the chief town of Cilicia, "no mean city" in other respects, but illustrious to all time as the birthplace and early residence of the apostle Paul (Acts ; ; ).Even in the flourishing period of Greek history it was a city of some considerable consequence.

Catalogue of the Greek coins of Lycaonia, Isauria, and Cilicia / by George Francis Hill. Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins v4 I. Coins of Ancient Britain Peruvian Brass Coins CGG.

Catalogue of Greek coins in the Hunterian collection, University of Glasgow. Vol. II: North Western Greece, Central Greece, Southern Greece, and Asia minor / by George /5(3). Catalogue of the greek coins in the British Museum (rist. anast.). Vol. Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia libro Hill George F.

edizioni Forni collana, 5 British Museum, Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Galatia, Cappadocia, and Syria, Caesarea, passim. 6 In the collection of the American Numismatic Society, reproduced through the courtesy of the Society.

British Museum, Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Lycia, Pamphylia, and Pisidia, pl. XXXVIII, 15, is similar. Ancient Coin References In this section, you will find a description of every key reference used by Ancient Coin Traders to attribute all ancient coins in the catalogue.

A link has been included for those ancient coin references available online.Lycaonia, ancient region in the interior of Anatolia north of the Taurus Mountains, inhabited by a wild and warlike aboriginal people who pastured sheep and wild asses on the bleak central is known about the early Lycaonians.

They seem to have escaped Persian domination but afterward shared the fate of many Anatolian states, passing under the rule of .Coins from the Excavations at Curium, By The bulk of the Greek coins from the excavations was Ptolemaic from the mint of Paphos.

These support to a remarkable degree the attributions made by Svoronos in his monumental work on the coins of the Ptolemies. Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilicia (). Lycia G. F. Hill, Lycia.