|Issuer||Uncertain Umbrian mint|
Anonymous (circa 225-213 BC)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||225 BC - 213 BC|
|Currency||As (circa 225-213 BC)|
Numista type number (https://en.numista.com/help/what-is-the-n-number-visible-in-the-catalogue-33.html)
Italo Vecchi; 2013. Italian Cast Coinage. B & H Kreindler, London, United Kingdom.HN Italy# 51,
N. Keith Rutter, Andrew Burnett; 2001. Historia numorum : Italy. British Museum Press, London, United Kingdom.Haeberlin# p. 235,
Ernst Justus Haeberlin; 1910. Aes Grave : das Schwergeld Roms und Mittelitaliens einschliesslich der ihm vorausgehenden Rohbronzewährung. Joseph Baer, Frankfurt, Germany.Thurlow-Ve# 169,
Bradbury K. Thurlow, Italo G. Vecchi; 1979. Italian Cast Coinage : Italian aes grave. V.C. Vecchi & Sons, London, United Kingdom.Syd# 240
Edward Allen Sydenham; 1926. Aes grave : a Study of the Cast Coinages of Rome and Central Italy. Spink & Son, London, United Kingdom.
This type measures around 50x67 millimetres.
These coins were originally attributed to being from Umbria; however, some sources suggest these are actually from Volsinii, Etruria, since that city is near the centre of the majority of the spot-finds if any outliers are ignored.
|ND (225 BC - 213 BC)|
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