Title: Arma et Nummi: Forschungen zur romischen ...
Publisher: Verrofentlichungen der Klenasiat
Publication Date: 2003
Book Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Verrofentlichungen der Klenasiatischen Kommission Date of Publication: 2003 Binding: hardcover Edition: First Edition Condition: Near Fine Description: Bottom front corner bumped resulting in small tear on front cover bottom corner tip. This substantial volume examines in great detail the impact of civil war on the economy and coinage of Rome, focusing on the years between 49 and 42 BC. At the beginning of this period Caesar and Pompey were at war; in 42 BC the aftermath of Caesar's murder was felt at the Battle of Philippi. Combining analysis of history and coinage, Woytek examines the impact of Caesar and Pompey's war, Caesar's wars in Alexandria, Africa and Spain, Caesar's dictatorship, his murder and ensuing civil war on the finances of the empire's cities and capital. The book concludes with an illustrated concordance of coins. Bookseller Inventory # 0016065
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