Three recent articles published in the Australasian Coin and Banknote Magazine have just been added to the CCCRH archives: October 2021 – Spes: Hope personifiedSeptember 2021 – An interesting coin of the Byzantine Emperor HeracliusAugust 2021 – Frederick II Holy Roman Emperor (1220–50 CE)
The Anglican Focus magazine of the Anglican Church Southern Queensland has recently published an essay by CCCRH researcher, Dr Peter Lewis, on the commemoration of early British missionary activities on medallions and banknotes. You can read the essay here.
The website Open Art Images offers a broad scope of images including many images on Islamic Art. These images can be used freely in presentations but also on websites. OAI is a SEARCH AND VISUALIZATION ENGINE FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES OF ARTWORKS – from all around the world and from every period in history – that belong to… Continue reading Open Art Images
HMML Authority File (HAF) is an open access database that shares lists of authorities used in HMML’s Reading Room and Museum. Metadata in HAF is submitted to the Library of Congress’s Name Authority Cooperative Program (NACO) as part of HMML’s partnership in the Program for Cooperative Cataloging. The HMML Authority File is part of the… Continue reading Hill Museum & Manuscript Library
One of the many delights in my role as the Executive Director for the CCCRH Foundation is to see with my eyes and touch with my hands (cf 1 John 1:1) an amazing variety of artefacts from the past. Some, like this leaf from the seventeenth-century London Polyglot Bible edited by Brian Walton, remind us… Continue reading London Polyglot
The Foundation has recently acquired a number of Islamic manuscripts. These beautifully decorated texts are part of the Islamic Coins and Manuscripts collection and are available for exhibition in schools, mosques and other community settings. The image featured in this post is a tenth century Qur’an MS with Sura 34. Visit the Exhibitions page for… Continue reading Islamic Manuscripts
Three additional articles recently published in the Australasian Coin & Banknote Magazine have now been added to the CCCRH site: July 2021 – Telephus on Coins June 2021 – Coins of the early Popes May 2021 – The Puteal Scribonianum
The following coin reports have recently been added to the CCCRH site, having been originally published in the Australasian Coins & Banknote Magazine: April 2021 – The Coins of Theoderic the OstrogothMarch 2020 – An Interesting Elephant Coin from the Roman RepublicFebruary 2021 – The Middle Ages: An Exhibition of Coins and Other Objects
Ancient British Coins (ABC) is the most comprehensive reference book for the typology of the Iron Age coins of Britain. ABC catalogues 999 types of coins found in Britain from around the early to mid-2nd century BC through the 1st century AD. The earliest issues were imported to Britain from the Continent, but they were shortly… Continue reading IACB: Iron Age Coins in Britain
The CCCRH Foundation has recently published three coin studies by CCCRH Research Associate, Dr Peter Lewis: • First-Century Roman Emperors • The Monogram Coins of Theodosius II • The Love Coins of Ancient Rome These studies first appeared in the Australasian Council & Banknote Magazine.