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Dynastic transitions in the coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus
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Dynastic transitions in the coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus (Classical numismatic studies) Unknown - 2001

by Kritt, Brian

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  • Title Dynastic transitions in the coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus (Classical numismatic studies)
  • Author Kritt, Brian
  • Binding unknown
  • Edition First Edition
  • Publisher Classical Numismatic Group, Lancaster, PA
  • Date 2001
  • ISBN 9780963673879

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Dynastic Transitions in the Coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus
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Dynastic Transitions in the Coinage of Bactria: Antiochus-Diodotus-Euthydemus

by Kritt, Brian

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Used - Good (Boards are lightly edgeworn/scuffed/smudged; textblock edges are lightly worn; interior is clean; binding is solid.)
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Classical Numinsmatic Studies, No. 4
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Hardcover
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9780963673879 / 0963673874
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Lancaster, PA: Classical Numismatic Group, Inc, 2001. Classical Numinsmatic Studies, No. 4. Hardcover. Good (Boards are lightly edgeworn/scuffed/smudged; textblock edges are lightly worn; interior is clean; binding is solid.)/Good (DJ is lightly edgeworn/scuffed/smudged.). Black cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering; blue DJ with photo-illustration and white lettering; xv, 191 pp.; richly illustrated. "In a previous work...Brian Kritt reassessed the locations of the mints and the sequences of coinage issues of the Seleucids in their eastern-most province, and based on the coins found in the archaeological excavations at the recently discovered city of Ai Khanoum, identified the importance of that city as the principal mint of the Seleucids in Bactria in the third century BC...Now a number of new coins have appeared which have provided evidence allowing for the exploration and decipherment of the structure of the coinages in Bactria to the end of the third century BC...The results of these… Read More
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