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At Thrift Books, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. The Contents are: Coinage Before the Time of the Empire; Roman Coin Denominations; Praenomen - Nomen - Cognomen; The Obverse Inscriptions; Names of Emperors as They Appear on Coins; Informal and Formal Names of Emperors; Reverse Figures - Deities and Personifications; Reverse Inscriptions; Mint Marks; Chronological Sketches of Emperors Etc; Determining the Year a Coin Was Struck; Dates of the Tribunicia Potestate; and Bibliography.. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Lightly rubbed on the corners with some slight fading on the spine; no interior markings; no dustjacket. First we will look at the meaning of the more common abbreviations and then examine the names of the emperors as they appear on the coins. In order to fit the many titles of an emperor on a medium as small as a coin, it proved necessary to abbreviate those titles heavily.

Small (5.25 x 8") green illustrated boards have bumping to edges and corners and a small nick to the cloth on the back cover and light scuffing along edges of covers.

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Green cloth decorated in gilt on the front panel; illustrated with black and white photographs.