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Catalogues of the Collection

Greek coins

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Volume V. The Ashm+olean Museum, Oxford, (1951-81)

V.1. Ashmolean Museum. Evans Collection.

V.1A. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
    Part 1: Italy: Etruria - Lucania (Thruium)
    Part 2. Italy: Lucania (Thurium) - Bruttium. Sicily. Carthage.
    Part 3. Macedonia.
    Part 4. Paeonia - Thessaly.
    Part 9. Bosporus – Aeolis.
    Part 11. Asia Minor, Caria to Commagene (except Cyprus)

Also available online at: http://www.sylloge-nummorum-graecorum.org/

Roman coins

C.H.V. Sutherland and C.M. Kraay, Coins of the Roman Empire in the Ashmolean Museum I (Oxford, 1975).

A. Burnett, M. Amandry and P.P. Ripollés, Roman Provincial Coinage, vol. 1 From the death of Caesar to the death of Vitellius (44 BC - AD 69), 1992; vol II From Vespasian to Domitian (AD 69 - 96), 1999; vol. VII. De Gordien Ier à Gordien III (238-244 après J.C.). 1 Province d’Asie.

Also available online at: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/

Islamic coins

Sylloge of Islamic coins in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: Ashmolean Museum:
    vol. 1, The pre-reform coinage of the early Islamic period, by Stephen Album and Tony Goodwin, 2002
    vol. 2, Early post-reform coinage, by D. Nicol, 2009
    vol. 3, Early Abbasid precious metal coinage (to 218 AH), by D. Nicol, 2012
    vol. 4, Later Abbasid precious metal coinage (from 219 AH), by D. Nicol, 2012
    vol. 6, The Egyptian dynasties, by D. Nicol, 2007
    vol. 9, Iran after the Mongol invasion, by S. Album, 2001
    vol. 10. Arabia and East Africa by S. Album, 1999

English and Scottish coins

D.M. Metcalf, Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford, 3 vols., London: Royal Numismatic Society and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1993-1994

Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
    9. Part I. Anglo-Saxon pennies, by J.D.A. Thompson, 1967.
    12. Part II. English coins, 1066-1279, by D.M. Metcalf, 1969.
    23. Part III. Coins of Henry VII, by D.M. Metcalf, 1976.
    35. Scottish coins in the Ashmolean, Oxford and the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow, by J.D. Bateson and N.J. Mayhew, 1987.