AN ART HISTORIAN'S NUMISMATIC STUDIES
(presided over by the statue from Haghigheorghitika in Arcadia)
The Statue from Haghigheroghitika in Arcadia: it refers to a place with a chapel of St. George, but to students of Greek archaeology it is the find-spot of this large Early Archaic statue, spelled simply on road signs in Roman letters as in my site address. I like the statue, and I like the word, which is accented on the antepenult syllable. So the statue is the tutelary deity of my web site. It is a bit over life-size, so probably a deity, and it is dressed, I think, as a male and has the same hair style as the twins, in all probablility Kleobis and Biton, dedicated by Argos at Delphi. In fact, though, our only evidence is the statue itself.
Studies by Patricia Lawrence of coin dies, portraits, and reverse types, largely from Antonine and Severan Greek Imperial coins.
Septimius Severus & his family
"THE AUSPEX DIES FOR
SEPTIMIUS AND THEIR UNSIGNED COUNTERPARTS AT NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM"
Macrinus & Diadumenian
"A SINGULAR GROUP OF
PONTIANUS DIES FOR MACRINUS AND DIADUMENIAN AT MARCIANOPOLIS"
"THE LONGINUS DIES FOR
MACRINUS AND DIADUMENIAN AT NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM"
"THE PONTIANUS AND
AGRIPPA DIES FOR MACRINUS AND DIADUMENIAN AT NICOPOLIS AD ISTRUM"
Reverse Types relative to Statuary and Pictorial Types
"PROLEGOMENA TO A STUDY
OF EROS ON ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINAGE"
(by Francis Jarman and Patricia Lawrence)
“THEIR INHERITED IMAGES:
Statuary and Pictorial Types on Greek Imperial Coins”
"APOLLO SAUROKTONOS: THE EVIDENCE OF THE COINS"
"COINS FOR CIAN:AN INTRODUCTION FOR PARTICULAR CHILDREN" http://www.forumancientcoins.com/ayiyoryitika/ciancoins.htm