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Four CCCRH coins added to RPC Online

Sebastian Harris | 28 Nov 2023
Four coins from the CCCRH collection have recently been added to the highly-regarded online database, Roman Provincial Coinage (RPC Online).…

Several new gallery sets

Gregory C. Jenks | 11 Jun 2023
We have recently published additional gallery sets for the following categories: Cities visited by St PaulPopes Venice As always, the…

Coin from Mytilene

Gregory C. Jenks | 18 May 2023
CCCRH recently acquired a brass coin minted at Mytilene on the island of Lesbos during the reign of the Roman…

Silver tetradrachm of Tiberius

Gregory C. Jenks | 27 Feb 2023
The Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History has recently acquired a rare silver tetradrachm issued during the reign of…

Final CAB articles now available

Gregory C. Jenks | 2 Jan 2023
The Australasian Coin and Banknote Magazine ceased publication in November 2022. The masthead has since been acquired by Imperial Group…

Aux amis de la constitution

Gregory C. Jenks | 8 Nov 2022
The Foundation recently acquired a rare and important pamphlet entitled To the Friends of the Constitution relating to the French Revolution. It…

Three more coin articles

Gregory C. Jenks | 2 Nov 2022
The following articles from the July, August and September issues of the Australasian Coin & Banknote Magazine are now available…

Bethsaida @ ASOR 2022

Gregory C. Jenks | 9 Oct 2022
The Debate over the Identification of Bethsaida-Julias A member-generated session at the 2022 annual meeting of the ASOR (formerly the…

The Coins in Judas’ purse

Gregory C. Jenks | 8 Oct 2022
As the Gospel of John puts it, Judas Iscariot “kept the common purse.” What may have been in the coin…

Royal Portraits

Gregory C. Jenks | 4 Jun 2022
As part of the Jubilee celebration for Elizabeth II, The Age newspaper has published a beautifully illustrated story of portraits…
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