Coinage and money under the Roman Republic. Italy and the by H. Michæl Crawford

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FOwl r. , <1>11\QN Elements sous droits d'auteur THE A PP EARANCF. sirh? ,_, •Altamura Sol• - ~TAr~ntum Ca11sili11A • ··-=-,: "-:7.. ·''' - ;>-.. < ~= • ,. ~ 100 Iii"! IO} and coinages were also produced for ' Hyrina' (the commonest form of the legend ), Nota, the Campa ni ( = Ca pua), th e Fenserni, 'Fistelia' (the commonest form of the legend) and Allifae. east Cumae and H yrina also continued to strike didrachms down to and perhaps beyond the middle of the fourth cent ury. elia and Allifae struck prolific issues of obols and smaller pieces for muc h of the century.

FOwl r. , <1>11\QN Elements sous droits d'auteur THE A PP EARANCF. sirh? ,_, •Altamura Sol• - ~TAr~ntum Ca11sili11A • ··-=-,: "-:7.. ·''' - ;>-.. < ~= • ,. ~ 100 Iii"! IO} and coinages were also produced for ' Hyrina' (the commonest form of the legend ), Nota, the Campa ni ( = Ca pua), th e Fenserni, 'Fistelia' (the commonest form of the legend) and Allifae. east Cumae and H yrina also continued to strike didrachms down to and perhaps beyond the middle of the fourth cent ury. elia and Allifae struck prolific issues of obols and smaller pieces for muc h of the century.

32. 4. 1 9. Armalu , fr. l aecianus (MSR ii, 66). Jo hn I~ydus, dl! r. \'. assada. R 274e ; Macrobius, Snt. i, 7, 2 1. Livy ii, 17, 6; lor a collection of the evid ence for booty in the c;orly Rcpublicsce T. Frank, ESAR 1, 24 and 43. 8 Livy ii. 52, 5; Dion. Hal. e 1oans a resuggested at Dion. Hal. BC iii, 17, 64 and 20, 73. 240, n. 1) and discussion in rext. a ths and births by the dedication of, inttr alio, a coin , attrlbutt:d to Hippias by (Aristotlc), Ott . ii, 13+7a 14-17, it is perhaps legitima tc to suppose that Piso was filling out his narrative '"'ith accivities imported from Gre<~k sources.

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