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South-liburnian pre-Imperial numismatic finds from southern Italy and Sicily


Ilkić, Mato; Čelhar, Martina
South-liburnian pre-Imperial numismatic finds from southern Italy and Sicily // XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina 2015 Proceedings Volume I / Maria Caccamo Caltabiano (ur.).
Taormina, 2017. str. 489-492 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, kratko priopćenje, znanstveni)


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Naslov
South-liburnian pre-Imperial numismatic finds from southern Italy and Sicily

Autori
Ilkić, Mato ; Čelhar, Martina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, kratko priopćenje, znanstveni

Izvornik
XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina 2015 Proceedings Volume I / Maria Caccamo Caltabiano - , 2017, 489-492

Skup
XV International Numismatic Congress

Mjesto i datum
Taormina, 21.-25. 09. 2015

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
South Liburnia ; numismatic ; South Italy ; economy ; trade

Sažetak
Approximately 1500 various numismatic finds dated to the last three centuries BC have recently been discovered in southern Liburnia (nowadays northern Dalmatia in Republic of Croatia). Thereof, 75 mainly bronze coins belong to the area of southern Italy and Sicily. Arpi, Luceria, Salapia and Teate are represented from the region Apulia. They are followed by the coinage of the italic tribe Bruttii in Calabria, and the cities Brundisium, Graxa and Tarentum. Aside from the coinage of the city Laurinum from the territory of the Frentani, coins of Laos, Metapont and Velia in Lucania are also represented. Coinage from Sicily has been discovered as well, and that from Syracuse, mainly minted for the reign of Hieron II (274-216 BC). All of the mentioned numismatic material has not yet been published. It originates from archaeological hillfort sites: Asseria (Podgrađe), Bribir, Cvijina gradina (Kruševo), Ćosina gradina (Jagodnja gornja), Gradina (Kaštel Žegarski), Gradac (Smokvica), Ljubljana (Ljubač), Gradina Sv. Trojica (Starigrad), Radučka glavica (Kistanje), Trojan (Stabanj), Velika gradina (Obrovac) and Vir. Briefly presented numismatic finds are important, among other, for better understanding of commercial contacts between opposite coasts of the Adriatic, especially southern Liburnia with southern Italy and Sicily.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Ilkić, Mato; Čelhar, Martina
South-liburnian pre-Imperial numismatic finds from southern Italy and Sicily // XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina 2015 Proceedings Volume I / Maria Caccamo Caltabiano (ur.).
Taormina, 2017. str. 489-492 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, kratko priopćenje, znanstveni)
Ilkić, M. & Čelhar, M. (2017) South-liburnian pre-Imperial numismatic finds from southern Italy and Sicily. U: Maria Caccamo Caltabiano (ur.)XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina 2015 Proceedings Volume I.
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