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American Numismatic Society eBooks

gregoryjenks | 9 Apr 2018
Over its 150-year history, the American Numismatic Society has published hundreds of monographs. Many of these were scanned by the…

Just in Time for Passover

gregoryjenks | 26 Mar 2018
Just in Time for Passover: Dozens of “Freedom Coins” from Jewish Revolt against Rome (66-70 C.E.) discovered in Cave near…

Reformation @ Grafton

gregoryjenks | 5 Feb 2018
The CCCRH travelling exhibition developed to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Europe has now moved to…

Seleucid Coins Online (SCO)

gregoryjenks | 22 Dec 2017
As a component of the National Endowment of the Humanities funded Hellenistic Royal Coinages project, Seleucid Coins Online (SCO) is…

20,000+ Roman Republican coins added to CRRO

gregoryjenks | 22 Dec 2017
In a watershed moment for Roman Republican numismatics, 20,237 coins with high-resolution IIIF images from the Bibliothèque nationale de France…

Whose head is on the coin?

gregoryjenks | 14 May 2017
The coin that appears in the famous incident when Jesus is challenged about paying taxes to the Roman authorities (Mark…

Manuscripts in St Catherine’s Monastery Library, Mt Sinai

gregoryjenks | 8 May 2017
The remote monastery dedicated to St Catherine at the foot of Mt Sinai has recently made the news after an…

The Cathedral Coins: A History of Christianity in Coins

gregoryjenks | 8 May 2017
CCCRH is pleased to publish online, The Cathedral Coins: A History of Christianity in Coins, a richly illustrated guide to the Cathedral…

OCRE launches new interface

gregoryjenks | 1 May 2017
After years of discussion and development work, a new interface for Online Coins of the Roman Empire that will aid…

CCCRH Archive Grows

gregoryjenks | 8 Apr 2017
The collection of coin research papers available via the Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History  web site has expanded considerably…

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