Harlan, M. Roman Republican Moneyers and Their Coins, 63 B.C.-49 B.C. (London, 1995).

Under the Roman Republic, the minting of coinage was assigned to individual moneyers, many of whom are known only by their coins. Harlan sets out to interpret the significance of the various designs, also to examine the role of the moneyer and the corresponding implications for the Republic itself. 206 pages.