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Royal Portraits

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

Romulus and Remus (again)

gregoryjenks | 6 May 2022
Among some recent additions to the CCCRH collection was another coin featuring Rome’s foundational myth of Romulus and Remus. Unlike…

Medallion of Ferdinand I

gregoryjenks | 2 May 2022
Further details of the sixteenth-century medallion currently featured in the Cathedral Coins exhibition at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane are now…

Christ is risen

gregoryjenks | 28 Apr 2022
The Cathedral Coins exhibition at St John’s Anglican Cathedral in Brisbane has over 100 coins on permanent display, as well…

Books of Hours

gregoryjenks | 31 Mar 2022
The CCCRH Foundation now has a collection of 20 medieval Book of Hours manuscripts and the set has recently been…

ACNC Registration

gregoryjenks | 30 Mar 2022
The CCCRH Foundation Trust (ABN 98820142356) has now been registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission…

Render unto Caesar

gregoryjenks | 26 Mar 2022
A brief 5m 30s trailer has been released to promote the publication on 29 March of a new book by…

Roman nail and spear

gregoryjenks | 21 Mar 2022
The selection of artefacts on display as part of the Cathedral Coins exhibition at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane has recently…

Additional coin articles

gregoryjenks | 8 Mar 2022
PDFs for coin articles published in the Australasian Coin and Banknote Magazine between November 2021 and February 2022 have now…

Septimus Severus coin

gregoryjenks | 13 Jan 2022
The Foundation has recently acquired a large bronze coin issued by the Roman emperor, Septimus Severus (193–211 CE). This has…
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