Greek Countermarked Coins from Dobruja from the 1st-3rd century AD / Monede contramarcate greceşti din Dobrogea din secolele I-III p.Chr.
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|Excerpt||Over time, we collected all kinds of images and data of coins that aroused our interest at one point. They were part of different private collections of which nothing is known today. The coins come from the region of Dobruja, offering through their presence new features of the movement of people and money during the Roman period. Thus, we describe some coins from Tyras, from Istros and Odessos, from Nicaea and Prusias ad Hypium, from the province of Bithynia, but also isolated issues from Topirus, Amisus Pontus and Caesarea in Cappadocia. Some pieces carry countermarks with legends such as TONZOV, PR, or the monogram attributed to the city of Antioch in Pisidia; others are punched with an imperial head attributed to Vespasian by an unknown mint.|
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