I have been looking for this on and off as well; it has been surprisingly hard to locate. What I am really interested to have, though, is a master concordance table linking Cohen
, BM, RIC
(1st editions), and RIC
(current editions). This is a necessary key for navigating older articles and auction catalogs
Aleph, how is your quest faring? A concordance table that includes Cohen
, BM, and RIC
is laudable, but a big job.
quite the time cooking up a concordance table just for the Anglo-Saxon coins
in the Medieval European
Coinage series (MEC I
vs. MEC VIII
I found it more straightforward to compile an index
that I call a Table of Contents (or TOC) of a corpus (like several SNG
series) where these were lacking. At least I can promptly locate the coins I want.
I am working, in piecemeal fashion, on a TOC for Sear Roman
, but these are ultimately little more than a convient bookmark or cheat sheet, since those works already have their own table of contents and indices.
To your point, the RIC
series is deficient in providing a concordance, as I suspect the other series you named. I find it disappointing that the revised edition of RIC I
lacks a concordance and generally only has a single reference, often BMC
, with Cohen
as a last resort. As for the more recent RIC II
.1 revised edition, at least it contains a concordance to the first edition and more references. I can only hope
this stays true of forthcoming revised editions.