Coins, for reasons that do not always make sense, are often treated by field excavators as more reliable chronological indexes than other classes of artifacts. This always makes their discovery a welcome event, especially when they are silver or gold, which tend to survive in the ground in a more recognizable state than their bronze counterparts. The Red Figure pottery does not have quite the same chronological relevance as the coins but does on occasion contribute to the dating of archaeological contexts. Its often high quality and interesting variety of shapes has already generated commentary elsewhere in addition to what is presented here.Other. Greek. Mints. (760A-773). Roman Coinage of Cyrenaica, 1st Century B.C. -2nd Century A.D.. described above, namely, that site finds may or may not be reliable indicators of local activity. It is the case that on the attributions suggested inanbsp;...
|Author||:||T. V. Buttrey, Ian McPhee|
|Publisher||:||UPenn Museum of Archaeology - 1998-01-01|