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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 10, March 5, 2006, Article 12

NUMISMATIC THEATRE TALKS SCHEDULED FOR ATLANTA MIDYEAR ANA

The Numismatic Theatre schedule has been published for the upcoming
American Numismatic Association National Money Show in Atlanta,
Georgia, April 7-9. The presentations include:

Friday, April 7, 2006
1 p.m. - "The Untold Story of Confederate Coins" with James P.
Bevill,reveals how Confederate coinage survived to tell a tale
of intrigue and politics.

4 p.m. - "Coins and Commerce Along the Silk road; 5th to 7th
Centuries" by ANA Gov. Prue Morgan Fitts, takes attendees on a
5,000-mile journey on the fabled Silk Road.

Saturday, April 8, 2006
10 a.m. - "Parthia: The Forgotten Empire" by ANA Money Museum
Curator Douglas A. Mudd, explores an almost-forgotten group of
nomadic horsemen who were able to conquer, rule and survive for
400 years during the Roman Empire.

4 p.m. - "What is Black and White and Read All Over?" by David
Crenshawand Kenneth Bressett, explores the 60-year history of the
"Red Book" and why it made author R.S. Yeoman a publishing legend.

[The Red Book talk was presented at the NBS meeting at the
F.U.N. show in January.  If you missed that meeting, catch the
repeat performance in Atlanta.  -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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