Roma Numismatics of London publishes Studia Nummorum, an online journal. They recently announced a new article.
Early Carausius aurelianus - C mint
We are delighted to announce that we have a new article LIVE on our Studia Nummorum E-Journal. 'An Introduction to Carausius and Allectus' by Ken Elks.
This article provides a broad overview of the fascinating story and coinage of these two rebel emperors who ruled Britain and parts of the northern Gaul for a period of ten years. Elks discusses a variety of reverse types and inscriptions which allude to Virgilian and other literary references, as well as claims to Imperial legitimacy and propaganda.
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To read the complete article, see:
An Introduction to Carausius and Allectus
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