Roman coins beyond frontiers, the Northern European case

  • Tomás Partiti Universidade de São Paulo. Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia. Laboratório de Roma Provincial
Keywords: Numismatics, Frontiers, Coins, Denarii, Solidii

Abstract

Roman coins in Nothern European contexts are the category of Roman goods of highest quantity beyond the Roman European frontier. They are product of a set of historical contexts and of political relations in the beginning of late antiquity and beyond. Throughout the centuries, from III B.C. to V AD, we have a variety of denominations that are present, in the geographical setting of this research, e.g: denarii, sestertii, aureii and solidii. Those coins are seen in a vast geographical landscape that represents modern day Germany, Poland, Denmark and Sweden. This paper aims to present the current state of research, the interpretations and settings that are understood as the basis for the circulation of Roman currency beyond the European frontier.

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Published
2019-11-21
How to Cite
Partiti, T. (2019). Roman coins beyond frontiers, the Northern European case. Revista Do Museu De Arqueologia E Etnologia, (32), 151-158. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2448-1750.revmae.2019.164256