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On some Unpublished or Little-known Coins of the Romans
relating to Britain. By the Rev. Professor Churchill
A Coin of Heraus, Saka King. By Percy Gardner, Esq., M.A. 161
Thasian Manubria. By Percy Gardner, Esq., M.A.
Explication d'un Didrachme inédit de la Ville d'Ichnae
(Macédoine). Notice suivie d'Eclaircissements relatifs à
la Numismatique des Bottiéens. Par M. H. Ferdinand
Jewish Numismatics. Being a Supplement to the "History
of Jewish Coinage and Money in the Old and New Testa-
ments," published in 1864. By Frederic W. Madden,
MEDIEVAL AND MODERN NUMISMATICS.
On Thomas Simon's Connection with Guernsey. By Henry
The Copper Coinage of 1672-73. By Captain Edward Hoare,
Notes on the Annals of the Scottish Coinage. Nos. VI.,
VII., and VIII. By R. W. Cochran-Patrick, Esq.,
Catalogue of the Roman Medallions in the British Museum.
ON THE CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE OF THE
Ir is with no small hesitation that I venture to publish the following remarks on the history of the coinage of Syracuse. So many celebrated numismatists and scholars have already written on this subject, that it may with some reason be objected that little, if anything, of importance remains to be said on the matter.
Nevertheless, after a long and careful study of the Syracusan series preserved in our national collection, I have been led to hope that in the following survey I shall be able to contribute something of interest to the student of Greek numismatics, more especially as regards the chronological sequence of the coins in question. It appears to me that a great drawback to the usefulness of many catalogues is the method which has been generally adopted of keeping the metals apart; for, when gold, silver, and copper are separately described, we lose sight of the minute links, such as monograms, symbols, &c., whereby I hope to be able to connect the issues in the different metals, and thus to fix the date of many coins which, for want of comparison with other pieces the date