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Issue #1 December 1999 "The New Coins of Sauromates I"
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


12 new coins, sestertiusis of the Bosporos king Sauromates I (93-123 AD), are published. Such coins are the most interesting as to the new scientific information, to the author's opinion:

 

coin #1:
The coinage in a shape of Septimius Sever's head on the obverse of this types of coins was firstly stated. The retrograde ring-off of the separate letters of the inscription and the absence of the separate letters in the legend.
Coin #4:
The sign of value (MH) is present on the obverse and on the reverse of the coin. The legend is broken by the sign of value
Coin #6:
For the first time two coinages on the different sides of a coin are stated on the coin of such type.
Coin #11:
For the first time two coinages on the obverse of a coin are stated on the coin of this type.


Issue #2 March 2000 "The Catalogue of the Crimea Coins in the Structure of the Golden Horde" (the middle of XIII - the beginning of XV centuries)
The author: Lebedev V.P.


On the bases of the private collections of Russia and Ukraine, and also taking into consideration the coins, which were earlier published in literature, the author publishes more than 150 types of coins, stamped in the Crimea Mint in that period, when it entered the structure of the Dzhuchid State, beginning from the khan Berke and finishing with Uzbek-khan. Many of the published coins are the unique specimens.

Coin #1:
yarmak of the khan Berke. 1256-1266 years

Coin #2:

yarmak of the khan Mengu-Timur. 1266-1280 years.
Coin #3: yarmak of the khan Tuda-mengu. 1280-1287 years.
Coin #4:
yarmak of the khan Tula-Buga. 1287-1291 years.


Issue #3 June 2000 "The Rare and the Unique Coins of Sauromates II"
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.
Coin #5:
A coin, unknown in science, with the fourth feat of Heracle - the capture of the deer of Kerineya - was stated.
Coin #2:
A new coin of a rare type with coinage on revers.
Coin #3:
A new coin of a rare type with coinage on revers.
Coin #4:
A new coin of a rare type.
Coin #5:
A coin made of aurihalk with coinage on revers was stated.



Issue # 4 . September 2000.
"Some Unpublished Bosporos Coins of the Early Roman Period" .
The authors : Alekseev V.P. , Loboda P.G.

12 new Bosporos coins from I century BC to II century AD are published. There are some unique and rare coins among them.

Coin # 1:
Obol of the Archon Asander.
Coin with new variant of coupled coinages on both sides of the coin.
Coin # 5 :
Assarion of Aspurgus .
The reverse of the coin is realized as the mirror image.
Coin # 13 :
Sestertius of Rheskuporis I .
The coinage on the obverse turns this coin into the unique specimen.
Coin # 15 :
Sestertius of Sauromates I .
For the first time this coin with new types of both sides is started.



Issue # 5 . December 2000 .
"Selected Coins of the Bosporos Kings : from Rheskuporis II to Kotys III"
The authors : Alekseev V.P. , Loboda P.G.

21 Bosporos coins minted in period from 80 AD to 233 AD are published. There are some unique and rare specimens.

Coin # 3 :
Sestertius of Sauromates I .
The coinage on obverse turns this coin into unique specimen. This coinage is made as miniaturist portrait of Septimius Severus.
Coin # 9 :
Sestertius of Eupator .
For the first time the unique coin with new type of obverse is started .
Coin # 16 :
Denarius of Rheskuporis III .
The unique coin with new details on the reverse - circle in the King's hand and coinage .
Coin # 18 :
Denarius of Rheskuporis III .
For the first time the coinage on the obverse is started on the coin of this type.
Coin # 21 :
Denarius of Kotys III .
The unique coin. As it's face value this coin is a double denarius. As it's typology this coin is a denarius. But as it's weight this coin is not a denarius as well not a double denarius .




Issue #6. March 2001 .
"Selected Coins of the Bosporos Kings : from Sauromates III to Teiranes"
The authors : Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


There are some unique and rare specimens among 20 published Bosporus coins minted in the period from 229 to 278 AD.
Coin #4. Denarius of Sauromates III. The type of obverse is not known on coins of this King. Coinage on reverse is unique.

Coin #7. Denarius of Rheskuporis IV. For the first time is published the coin of this King with new face value - denarius.

Coin #12. Double denarius of Ininthimeus. Unusual coinage on reverse transforms this coin into unique variant.

Coin #18. Stater of Sauromates IV. Unique variant. There is mistake in spelling of King's title

 


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