"We will be publishing a major work
by Bill Daehn on Greek numismatics, an annotated
bibliography of articles published in the English language on
Bill spent over seven years completing this massive project.
The book he has produced lists well over 4000 (4094, to
be exact) references, ranging from brief articles to major
references. His goal, as he states in his preface, is to
provide a comprehensive guide to the literature in the field
of ancient Greek numismatics published in the English
He has organized the book by region and has a detailed
index. I have discovered important articles I did not know
about by simply browsing in the section that includes an area
I am researching. Each bibliographic entry is accompanied by
a detailed summary of the article.
The book is planned at 400 pages. In order to make it
affordable, it will be a perfect bound volume with card covers.
The $65 pre-publication prepaid price is valid until December
31, 2000. After that it will be $75. We can have it custom
bound in library buckram by the Campbell Logan Bindery for
an additional $50." Mr. Davisson can be reached at this
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