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Thrymsas and sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

D. M. Metcalf

Thrymsas and sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

by D. M. Metcalf

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Published by Royal Numismatic Society and Ashmolean Museum in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D.M.Metcalf. Vol.2.
SeriesRoyal Numismatic Society special publication -- no.27B, Special publication (Royal Numismatic Society) -- no.27B.
ContributionsAshmolean Museum., Royal Numismatic Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,p.169-293,(16)leaves of plates :
Number of Pages293
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21957414M
ISBN 101854440667

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there may be a mini-hoard among the finds, e.g. the two die-duplicate Madelinus sceattas.) 10 See the chapter on 'Madelinus' denarii in D. M. Metcalf, Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, vol. 2, (London ), pp. , where the Dankirke coins are considered at p. Please find listed below a summary of our current book stock of Overseas Coins & Tokens: Records Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Volumes Complete. METCALF. D. M. Coinage of the Crusades and the Latin East in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. METCALF. D. M. Corpus of Lusignan.

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Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: v. 2 (Royal Numismatic Society Special Publications) Hardcover – 1 Oct. Author: D. Metcalf.

The coins do not say where or when they were made, but this book attempts to work out answers. Using the evidence of metal detector finds, archaeological excavations and other clues. The Ashmolean Museum has a fine collection of the so-called thrymsas (gold coins) and sceattas (silver coins).

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by D. Metcalf (Author)Author: D. Metcalf. Thrymsas and sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford — First published in   Photograph: Ashmolean Museum Gold thrymsas from the Crondall Hoard, which was found in Hampshire in It remains the most important evidence for the start of English coinage.

Metcalf. Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Two volumes. London: Royal Numismatic Society and Ashmolean Museum.

Vol I: Introduction, gold; "primary phase" silver. Vol II. Continental sceattas including "porcupines". The standard reference, extensively illustrated, detailed and extensive text.

Volumes as new with dust jackets. The Ashmolean Museum has a fine collection of the so-called Thrymsas (gold coins) and Sceattas (silver coins). They are all shown here in photographs at 2 times their actual size. Sceattas: An Illustrated Guide. Heritage Marketing & Publications, Limited. ISBN Bosworth; et al., An Old English Dictionary.

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Each book has been hand-picked, or published by the Ashmolean, to complement exhibitions taking place in the museum. such that Michael Metcalf freely admits in his paper here ('Sceattas: Twenty-One years of progress') that his magisterial three-volume Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, (/4) is already out of date in many respects.

The theme of new finds and their proper recording is therefore prominent in Two Decades. The Serial classification, devised by Stuart Rigold inpre-dates the surge of metal detector finds of sceats many of which have been discovered since Michael Metcalf’s magnum opus, ‘Thrymsas and Sceattas in Ashmolean Museum Oxford’ (RNS, ), a comprehensive survey based on.

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Description: These sixteen articles are devoted to Islamic objects or groups of objects in the collection of the Ashmolean Museum. They include glass, metalwork, ceramics, painting, lacquerwork, and ivory. 6. Gannon, A. The Iconography of Early Anglo-Saxon Coinage p45 Oxford University Press 7. Gannon, A.

The Iconography of Early Anglo-Saxon Coinage p55/6 Oxford University Press 8. Metcalf, M. Personal Communication 12/11/ 9. Metcalf, M.

Thrymsas & Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum vol. 3 p/8 Royal Numismatic Society.Entry to exhibitions is free for children un Ashmolean Members, Ashmolean Patrons, Museum Colleagues (OU GLAM, OU Ruskin School, ICOM, and Museum Association only), ASH Pass Holders, and University of Oxford students.

Free tickets need to .Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford / Volume 1. Gold Coinage. Royal Numismatic Society, London, United Kingdom. ISBN David Michael Metcalf; Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford / Volume 2.

Early Silver and Continental Coinage. Royal Numismatic Society, London, United Kingdom. ISBN