Hyperlinks to World Wide Web sites related to ancient history and
- This site is about the ancient world,
and especially about ancient coins. It is sponsored by
The Celator, the world's premier journal for
ancient coin collectors.
Dumbarton Oaks: Coinage of the Byzantine Empire
Exhibit at Dumbarton Oaks, March 20, 1999-January 2,
2000 - In conjunction with a colloquium held in
March 1999 to mark the publication of the final two
volumes of the Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in
the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and the Whittemore
Collection, a special exhibition, Coinage of the
Byzantine Empire, was organized at Dumbarton Oaks by
Dr. CÚcile Morrisson,
advisor for Byzantine numismatics, and Susan Boyd,
curator of the Byzantine collection.
- ANS Collection
- Ancient Coin Collectors
- Preserving our freedom to collect
- The Ancient Coin Collectors Guild is a non-profit
organization committed to promoting the free and
independent collecting of coins from antiquity.
The goal of this guild is to foster an environment in
which the general public can confidently and legally
acquire and hold any numismatic item of historical
interest regardless of date or place of origin.
ACCG strives to achieve its goals through education,
political action, and consumer protection.
Coins for Education
- Helping to put ancient history into
the hands of students everywhere!
- Ancient Greek
& Roman Coins
- An Educational Site by Doug Smith on
Roman Coins, Greek Coins and other Ancient Coins.
The British Museum: Department of Coins and Medals
- The Department of
Coins and Medals is home to one of the world's finest
numismatic collections, comprising about one million
objects. The collection spans the entire history of coinage
from its origins in the 7th century BC to the present day,
and related material such as coin weights, tokens and
- CoinArchives.com Ancient Coins
- The CoinArchives.com Ancient Coins
database holds catalog content primarily devoted to
ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins.
Currently archiving 65795 items from 74 auctions.
- ANSW did not meet for a last minute viewing of the
Smithsonian's which was removed from
public view at the end of July 2004. Future plans for the NNC are uncertain at
this time. Sadly, it seems likely to be indefinitely
unavailable for public viewing.
- Roman Bronze
- This is a companion site for Roman
Bronze Coins: From Paganism to Christianity 294-364 A.D.
by ANSW Member Victor Failmezger.
- This site features a portrait gallery
of Roman emperors and their families from the late
Roman republic to the end of the western Roman Empire,
both on coins and sculpture - pieces of art in marble
and metal. In addition, you will find historically
interesting coins; countermarks on Roman coins;
legionary stamps on Roman bricks; Roman military
diploma; Roman military equipment; officials, provinces,
buildings, animals, gods & mintmarks on Roman coins.