COIN FINDS IN ARMENIA
Georges Depeyrot of France writes:
"The first volume on
Coin Finds in Armenia (antiquity) was published in January
2000 (Greek, Roman, Parthian, first Sasanian, etc. coins).
The second volume is now in print. This volume contains
two parts; one is the coin finds in the Mediaeval Capital of
Armenia, Duin (Greek, Roman, Parthian, Armenian, Sasanian,
Byzantine, Islamic coins mainly 4th-13th c.). The other is the
inventory of Sasanian coins found in Armenia and the inventory
of Byzantine (pre Islamic) coins in Armenia (hoards and single
finds). This book will be available in April 2000 and you can
order now at: http://www.cultura-net.com/moneta"
Wayne Homren, Editor
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