Persian Names on Coins of Northern Anatolia

@article{Harrison1982PersianNO,
  title={Persian Names on Coins of Northern Anatolia},
  author={Cynthia M. Harrison},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  year={1982},
  volume={41},
  pages={181 - 194}
}
Problemes poses par les monnaies perses du IV s. av. J.-C. frappees a Sinope, cite grecque de Paphlagonie (cote sud de la mer Noire). Sur plusieurs pieces on trouve les noms connus du satrape Datames (vers 370-60), d'Ariathes (regne d'Artaxerxes III) et d'un certain Abdssn. Quelques rares monnaies a legendes arameennes, perses selon le numismate J. P. Six (Monnaies grecques inedites et incertaines, 1895). Tentative de lecture et d'identification de noms sur un groupe de monnaies de Sinope de l… Expand
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