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Nacrt numizmatičke topografije Podravine

Dukat, Zdenka; Mirnik, Ivan
Nacrt numizmatičke topografije Podravine // Podravina (Koprivnica), 4 (2005), 8; 121-146 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)

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Nacrt numizmatičke topografije Podravine
(An outline of the numismatic topography of Podravina.)

Dukat, Zdenka ; Mirnik, Ivan

Podravina (Koprivnica) (1333-5286) 4 (2005), 8; 121-146

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Podravina; numizmatika; novac; skupni nalaz
(Podravina; numismatics; coins; coin hoards)

Going through inventories of the Zagreb Archaeological Museum and its archives, studying various scholarly publications etc., little by little we are able obtain a vague picture of money circulation through centuries in Podravina – the valley on the left bank of the Drava, situated in Croatia. We owe to many people, starting with Major Mijat Sabljar and Josip Brunšmid down to scholars of our own day, data on coin finds from this relatively wide area. There has been an attempt to compile the numismatic topography of Virovitica and its surroundings (1986), but the entire picture is much more complex. By detailed research information on coins (individual finds and hoards) discovered in various places, such as: Bankovci (Orahovica), Borova Suhopoljska (Virovitica), Budrovac (Đurđevac), Bukova (Virovitica), Bukovica (Špišić-Bukovica ; Virovitica), Bušetina (Virovitica), Crkvari (Orahovica), Čađavica (Podravska Slatina), Drnje (Koprivnica), Dubovica (Ludbreg), Duzluk (Orahovica), Đelekovec (Koprivnica, Croatia), Đurđevac, Đurđevac (surroundings) ; Gaćište (Virovitica), Gola (Koprivnica), Hampovica (Đurđevac), Hlebine (Koprivnica), Ibrijovec (Koprivnica), Josipovo (ex Ciganka, Podravska Slatina), Kamenica (Koprivnica), Kapan (Virovitica), Kloštar Podravski (Đurđevac), Koprivnica, Kozarevac (Kloštar Podravski), Krajina (Krajna ; (Orahovica), Kunovec Breg (Koprivnica), Ladislav Sokolovački (Koprivnica), Legrad (Koprivnica), Lepavina (Koprivnica), Ludbreg, Ludbreg (surroundings), Mali Poganac, Medinci (Podravska Slatina), Neteča (Virovitica), Novačka – Gradina (Koprivnica), Novigrad Podravski (Koprivnica), Orahovica (Orahovica), Orešac (Virovitica), Otrovanec (Đurđevac), Pitomača (Đurđevac), Podravska Slatina, Prugovac (Đurđevac), Ružica (Orahovica), Senkovci (Podravska Slatina), Sigetec (Koprivnica), Sladojevci (Podravska Slatina), Sokolovac (Koprivnica), Sopje (Podravska Slatina), Srdinac (Koprivnica), Starigrad (Koprivnica), Starigrad – Sv. Mirko (Koprivnica), Suha Katalena (Đurđevac), Suhopolje (Terezovac ; Virovitica), Sveti Đurađ (Virovitica), Šemovec (Koprivnica), Špišić- Bukovica (Virovitica), Veliki Bukovec (Ludbreg), Virje, Virovitica, Voćin (Podravska Slatina), Vojvodinec (Koprivnica) and Zgruti (Podravske Sesvete). This outline of numismatic topography has not been concentrated on finds of ancient coins only, mediaeval and more recent coins too have been included. The most interesting hoard from the area was that of Celtic coins dating from the 1st c. B.C. from Šemovec, in scholarly literature known as the Đurđevac hoard. It consisted of tetradrachms of the third, i.e. Đurđevac type of Celtic coins. Nearby (at Kozarevac) another similar hoard has been recorded, partly preserved at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest ; perhaps one might be inclined to think that it was the same hoard. Roman coins dating from the 1st to 4th centuries B.C. are well represented, although only a small part of finds reach the museums. Most frequent are coins of the 3rd c A.D., which have already been discussed by Ž. Demo. A very rare 2nd century A.D. coin of Achaia with the portrait of Antinous, minted in the name of Hostilianus Marcellus, was presented to the Zagreb Archaeological Museum in 1905. god. Among the mediaeval and modern coins there are some frisatic silverlings, Hungarian and Slavonian denarii, as well as money of Austrian lands. There was a very interesting treasure trove of silver coins from 16th-17th c in a Turkish decanter, in Virovitica in 1974. All the data compiled will be used for the volume of the Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Kroatien (FMRHr), dealing with ancient coins from the county in question. This project is being developed under the auspices of the Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Arbeitstelle: Fundmünzen der Antike (FMRD/ SFMA), Frankfurt am Main, Germany, headed by Professor Maria Radnoti Alföldi.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski, engleski

Znanstvena područja



Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb


Avatar Url Ivan Mirnik (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Dukat, Zdenka; Mirnik, Ivan
Nacrt numizmatičke topografije Podravine // Podravina (Koprivnica), 4 (2005), 8; 121-146 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Dukat, Z. & Mirnik, I. (2005) Nacrt numizmatičke topografije Podravine. Podravina (Koprivnica), 4 (8), 121-146.
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