1 edition of coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia found in the catalog.
coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia
Edward Allen Sydenham
|Statement||by Edward A. Sydenham.|
|LC Classifications||CJ1089.C3 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||34012711|
Cappadocia extended from Lake Tatta east to the upper Euphrates and from the Black Sea south to Cilicia and can be divided into two parts (Strabo, Geography ; Polybius, frag. 54): 1. Cappadocia proper, i.e., the central and southern portions (Cappadocia near the Taurus, Cappadocia the larger), which is the subject of this article, and 2. Basil of Caesarea, also called Saint Basil the Great (Greek: Ἅγιος Βασίλειος ὁ Μέγας, Hágios Basíleios ho Mégas; or  – January 1 or 2, ), was the Greek bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia, Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey).He was an influential theologian who supported the Nicene Creed and opposed the heresies of the early Christian church, fighting.
I. The city – II. Council. I. The city. Civil and religious metropolis of Cappadocia in Asia Minor, reduced to a Roman province by Tiberius in AD 17 whence the name Caesarea Kaisa,reia; originally Mazaka; then, under Valens ca. , of Cappadocia Prima. Its ruins are at Eskisehir, SW of Kayseri central Turkey, which perpetuates its name. Evangelized in apostolic times, it had its martyrs. Time-worn ruins are strewn along the crystalline Mediterranean shore of Caesarea (Qeysarya; pronounced 'kay-sar-ee-ya' in Hebrew).Once a storied port city to rival Alexandria and Carthage, Caesarea is now split between old and new: the ancient city's remains form Caesarea National Park while chic residential neighbourhoods – and Israel's only international golf club – lie east.
Trajan AR Didrachm of Caesarea, Cappadocia. COS 6 = AD., gm, ; AYTOKP KAIC NEP TPAIANO CEB GEPM DAK, laureate draped bust right / DHMARC EX UPATO V, Apollo standing left, holding olive branch & bow & arrow. At the site of ancient Caesarea Herod built an amphitheater, a citadel, a palace, a hippodrome, city walls and gates, paved squares with huge statues, and other marvels of Graeco-Roman civilization. It was here in Caesarea where the prefect Pontius Pilate lived, the foundation of his house was on a rock in the middle of the harbor and is still there to this day.
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Alex G. Malloy has been an ancient and medieval coin dealer since His list, commencing ininvariably feature articles, many by coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia book scholars. His other works include The Coinage of Amisos (), Supplement to Sydenham's Coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia (), and Coins of the Crusader States ().5/5(1).
Etymology. Kayseri was originally called Mazaka or Mazaca (according to Armenian tradition, it was founded and named after Mishak) and was known as such to Strabo, during whose time it was the capital of the Roman province of Cilicia, known also as Eusebia at the Argaeus (Εὐσέβεια ἡ πρὸς τῷ Ἀργαίῳ in Greek), after Ariarathes V Eusebes, King of Cappadocia (– BC).Country: Turkey.
Ancient Coinage of Caesarea, Cappadocia, formerly Eusebeia [Syd 14] Caesarea, originally Mazaca, the capital of Cappadocia; renamed Eusebeia from ca BC to 17 AD; modern Kayseri in central Turkey.
Browse the Caesarea page with thumbnail images. Traditionally, it was assigned to Caesarea in Cappadocia (BMC and Sydenham) but in D. Walker reattributed it to an unidentified mint in Provincia Asia on the basis of its absence from any of the finds of Caesarean coinage. Severus Alexander AE of Caesarea, Cappadocia, AD.
AV K CEOVH AΛEXANΔΡ, laureate head right / MHTΡOΠ KAICAΡI, ET sideways to right, veiled head of Tyche right, with Mount Argeus as headdress. Sydenham var (no field legend).
Text: Syd a: Severus Alexander AE of Caesarea, Cappadocia, Year 5. PREFACE This study began as a treatment of a large hoard of silver coins of Cappadocia extending from the reign of Vespasian to that of study of the hoard proceeded it became evident that its implications for the mint of Caesarea were considerable, and a secondary objective became feasible: the presentation of a conspectus of the silver coins of Caesarea in Cappadocia from the.
The coinage of the Cappadocian kings: a revision and a catalogue of the Simonetta Collection. Parthica 9. (Pisa-Rome, ). Simonetta, B. The Coins of the Cappadocian Kings.
Typos II. (Fribourg, ). Sydenham, E. The Coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia, with. The Coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia by Edward A. Sydenham - Bruce R. Brace Ex-Libris Spink & Son Ltd., London, pp. This book originally comes in soft-cover, however this copy has been rebound into a hardcover, cloth-covered book with gilded spine.
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Production of Roman provincial silver coinage for Caesarea in Cappadocia under Vespasian, ad 69–79 Article (PDF Available) in Oxford Journal of Archaeology 14(1) - 77 March with Reads.
CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea-Eusebia. Nero, with Agrippina Junior. AD AR Didrachm (mm, g, 12h). Struck circa AD Laureate head of Nero right / Draped bust of Agrippina right, hair in plait at back of neck.
Sydenham, Caesarea 73; RPC I ; RIC I Toned with some iridescence, minor porosity. Good VF. From the Benito Collection. New Listing Trajan Cappadocia, Caesarea AR Didrachm AD. Roman coinage was made of gold, silver, and bronze. As the value of the coin was initially linked to the value of the base metal, coinage was minted to specific weights.
However, third parties would shave or clip small pieces from the edges of the coins. Other articles where Eusebius is discussed: St. Basil the Great: Early life and ecclesiastical career: Dianius’s successor, the new convert Eusebius.
Basil’s abilities and prestige, as well as Eusebius’s dislike of asceticism, led to tension between them, and Basil withdrew to Annesi. Interesting ancient coins, offered by Augustus Coins. If you want to buy ancient coins, you are beginning at the right page. If you want to learn more about them, visit my educational ancient-coin website (begun in and expanded very many times since then).
If you like to learn from books, visit my page of ancient-coin more about me, see see here. Summary. — The article discusses the Abkhazian Museum's part of the Gerzeul hoard of silver coins of Caesarea in Cappadocia discovered in in the the Suhumi district of Abkhazia.
The Gerzeul Hoard, consisting of more than silver coins, of which 91 were purchased by the Museum, was deposited under Marcus Aurelius, probably during the eastern campaigns of Lucius Verus, in the period Cited by: 1.
A silver hemidrachm of Caesarea in Cappadocia. And finally, a copper tetrassarion of the Koinon of Thessaly. NGC-Certified Ancient Roman coins of Nero Currently Available on eBayAuthor: Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
Hadrian AR Hemidrachm of Caesarea, Cappadocia. Dated RY 4 = AD / [Α]ΥΤΟ ΚΑΙС ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС СЄΒΑСΤ, laureate head right, slight drapery on left shoulder / club downward; ЄT-Δ (date) across fields. RPC III ; Metcalf, Conspectus 85; Sydenham, Caesarea.
The coinage of Caesarea in Cappadocia / by Edward A. Sydenham ; with supplement by Alex G. Malloy Sydenham, Edward A. (Edward Allen), View online Borrow. originally published in World Coin News.
THE COINAGE OF CAESAREA PHILIPPI by David Thompson Caesarea Philippi today stands out from the tourist guides as one of the sources of the River Jordan, a tranquil spot whose solitude is broken only by the busloads of tourists who descend upon it daily, and by the rock rabbits who have made their homes amongst the caves there.
St. Basil of Caesarea (the Great) † ( Appointed - 1 Jan Died) Guillaume Brillet † (26 May Appointed -) Domenico Bonzi † (31 Aug Appointed - 30 Apr Died) François de Rye † (9 Jan Appointed - 20 Aug Succeeded, Archbishop of Besançon).The Persian governors who ruled Cappadocia before the expedition of Alexander the Great do not appear to have struck coins, with the exception of the satrap Datames (circ.
B.C. ), in whose name money was issued at Sinope and at Gaziura in Pontus (see B. M. C., p. xxiv, and Regling in Z. f. N., xxiv (), p. ). The continuous regal.Under the Antonine emperors, imperial and provincial coinage largely follow the pattern of prior periods, with certain significant developments both in minting practices and iconographic representations.
The major changes of Antonine coinage can be contextualized within three interlinking categories: coin production and output, changes in the presentation of the emperor and his family, and.