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12 April 2022

At the edge of Liburnia: Hellenistic and Roman republican coinage from Raducka Glavica

Journal of Ancient History and Archeology
At the edge of Liburnia: Hellenistic and Roman republican coinage from Raducka Glavica

In this paper, the authors are presenting the data about 60 specimens of Hellenistic and Roman Republican coinage found on the hillfort of Radučka glavica, located at the very edge of south-eastern Liburnia, on the corridor between the main crossings over the upper valleys of the Krka and Zrmanja rivers. Coins minted in Numidia, Carthage, Ptolemaic Empire, southern Italy, Sicily, Macedonia, and the Roman Republic are represented, and among them is a group of 26 already published coins, which were previously thought to originate from the Drniš area. However, with new information, it is established that these coins originate from the Radučka glavica hillfort, which complements the knowledge about the circulation of coins in pre-Roman Liburnia.

Source: Cesarik N., Kramberger V. (2020) At the edge of Liburnia: Hellenistic and Roman republican coinage from Radučka Glavica. Journal of Ancient History and Archeology. Vol.7, №3: 22-37

Source web-site: http://jaha.org.ro/index.php/JAHA/article/view/544/389#

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