The "Divi Series" project: a study of this series composed by antoniniani, the
most common currency circulating during the Mid Third Century A.D.
de Roma - SPQR moneta
Interesting site full of information about coins
and history. Very interesting its section about Numismetics for newcomers. Useful and
helpful to start. The site awards a prize for the best evaluated sites. We got the prize
for June 2005!
Very interesting site dealing with the Denarivs,
its history throughout the Roman times, full of pictures, articles and precious information.
Wonderful graphic layout. You will find also a forum here to debate all the relevant topics.
Incredibly rich resource for cataloguing coins.
Crisi e trasformazione dell'occidente antico
Really interesting site
about the decline and fall of the Roman empire. Links Bibliography
Maps Dictionary and a lot of articles about the late empire.
This interesting site is really packed with interesting
articles and information about any aspect of the roman life. Registered users can be involved
in a Forum to discuss about Rome, history, coins, cooking, books, classic literature and
of Erlangen (Germany)
This site managed by the
University of Erlangen (Germany) hosts a huge photo gallery of
the classical age (not only roman) sculpture, very rich in emperors
(Gruppo Archeologico Romano)
Site of an italian Group
of archaeologists. This is the page dedicated to the Roman empire
, the information on the emperors and usurper are very interesting
Very interesting collection
of articles on Ancient history. This is the page dedicated to
Rome, but there is a lot more. Many information about people and
places at that time.
Site on old Spanish coins,
not only roman. The coins are organized geographically with very
interesting maps of ancient Spain.
(De Imperatoribus Romanis)
Very rich site with many
interesting information, links and bibliographical references.
A very complete site on
roman coins, with interesting and rich sections on sculpture and
military coins and organisation.
This site is based on
a collection of over 7000 digital photographs taken mostly in
Italy and Denmark in the years 1999-2004. Refer to the sitemap
to know better what you can find there.
Interesting site on roman
coins, full of info on the emperors, their coinage and epigraphy.
A wide collection of
articles on Italian history (from the prehistory to the late roman
482 roman coins, 34 coins
of ancient Spain, 206 coin minters and emperors... Moreover you
will find information about: emperors, divinities, geographical
locations (many historical maps)
Very complete brazilian
site with coins and biographies. Shows also greek, middle ages
and modern coins.
History, Coins, and Technology
A great source of information
on many aspects of the roman life. Among them: Emperors, Women,
Writers & Historians, Technology, the Army, Art, Government,
Social Classes, Food, Economy...
Site with information
about nearly all the aspects of the roman empire you can be curious
ROMANO D'ORIENTE 330-1453 la sua storia
Site with a lot of continuously
updated information about all the aspects of the eastern roman
empire and its relations with Italy.
Do you have a latin geographical
name and want to know what place in the world it corresponds today?
This site is very likely to have the answer....
[in english and german]
of images of wine related coins by Sergio Rossi.
Another interesting creation
of Sergio Rossi about Palestine from the 139 a.C. to 138
With Palestinian coins images.