If that is your request, I will remove you from the list of nominees
I will have to speak to the Committee
about adding the runner-up.Nick
. Since I was in the awards spots in the last two years, and as (relatively speaking) I've added only a few pages this year, I feel that those who are actively building their websites should get the attention.
I've great plans for my 2013 revamp. Well, in my head anyway. If I only knew someone who was a whizz with html, who could convert my ideas into code....
Some stuff I did add this year, relatively small fry in the bigger context:
Four webpages cataloguing the coins of Luceria (based on someone else's work)http://andrewmccabe.ancients.info/RRC43.html
on RR bronzes (based on someone else's work)http://andrewmccabe.ancients.info/Corvus.html
And, of course, I commend Steve Brinkman's site to all; http://stevebrinkman.ancients.info/anonymous/
Steve's site currently covers all the early anonymous denarius
issues of the Roman Republic
, but I know it's intended to expand it the the Victoriatus
(based on a 2009 Celator article by Richard Schaefer and Ken Friedman) and eventually to the silver fractions too.