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    Colin Haselgrove
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    British Archaeological Reports (December 31, 1987)
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Iron Age Coinage in S. .Published December 31st 1987 by British Archaeological Association. Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context (Bar International Series).

Iron Age Coinage in S. 0860544613 (ISBN13: 9780860544616).

AE/AR AE/AV Age coinage Allen amphorae Appendix Archaeol archaeological Armorican assemblage . Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context, Parts 1-2 Volume 174 of BAR British series, ISSN 0143-3032 Volume 174 of BAR International Volume 174 of British Archaeological Reports British Series, ISSN 0143-3032 Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context, Colin Haselgrove.

BAR Publishing Tel. +44 (0)31 infoublishing. Iron Age Coinage in South East England. The Archaeological Context. Author: Colin Haselgrove.

Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series 174, 1987.

The spread of coinage in the Iron Age bears some relationship to the eventual extent of.Money in an unequal world Iron Age coinage in south-east England.

The spread of coinage in the Iron Age bears some relationship to the eventual extent of the Roman Empire. Coins stand in the archaeological record for systems of doing things, for ways people relate to each other and to things, and for ways of conceptualizing the world. They provide a useful way to approach the meeting of the worlds of the Iron Age and of Rome. Iron Age hoards of torcs and coins, in C. Haselgrove and . igg-Wolf (eds), Iron Age coinage and ritual practices, Mainz am Rhein (Studien zur Fundm unzen der Antike 20), 157–82.

The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, .

The British Iron Age is a conventional name used in the archaeology of Great Britain, referring to the prehistoric and protohistoric phases of the Iron Age culture of the main island and the smaller islands, typically excluding prehistoric Ireland, which had an independent Iron Age culture of its own. The parallel phase of Irish archaeology is termed the Irish Iron Age. The Iron Age is not an archaeological horizon of common artefacts, but is rather a locally diverse cultural phase.

Haselgrove, Colin C. "The Incidence of Iron Age Coinage on Archaeological Sites in Belgic Gaul. -. Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context. BAR British Series, no. 174. In Die Kelten und Rom: Neue numismatische Forschungen. Studien zu Fundmünzen der Antike. Mainz: Academy of Science and Literature (Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literature), forthcoming. "The Development of Iron Age Coinage in Belgic Gaul. Numismatic Chronicle 159 (1999): 111–168. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1987

oceedings{Haselgrove1993TheDO, title {The development of British Iron-age coinage}, author {Colin Haselgrove}, year {1993} }. Colin Haselgrove.

oceedings{Haselgrove1993TheDO, title {The development of British Iron-age coinage}, author {Colin Haselgrove}, year {1993} }. Publications citing this paper.

Haselgrove, C. (1987). Iron Age Coinage in South-East England: The Archaeological Context

Haselgrove, C. British Archaeological Reports (British Series 174), Oxford. Haselgrove, C. (1988).

A Cambridge thesis providing an `archaeological reappraisal' of recorded finds of coins - as a basis for a more integrated study of Iron Age society: analytical procedures, chronological framework, settlement finds, finds from non-settlement sites, integration and synthesis. Part two contains a substantial gazetteer of finds.