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Issue # 22. March 2006.
"Barbarous imitations of Roman coins of Chernyahov period".
The author: Loboda P.G.


There're published 11 coins-imitations of Chernyahov period. Among them such unique variants:
Coin #1. Ukrainian aureus. Imitation of aureus Marcus Aurelius. Gold. II century AD.
Coin #2. Ukrainian aureus. Imitation of aureus rajan Decius. Gold. III century AD.
Coin #3. Chernyahov Culture. Donative. Copper and gilding. III-IV AD.
Coin #9. Chernyahov Culture. Imitation of Roman denarius. Silver. III century AD.



Issue # 23. September 2006.
"Olbian Coins from Private Collections of Odessa".
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


There are published 13 Antique Olbian coins. To the author's opinion below coins are the most interesting as to the new scientific information:
Coin #2. Olbia. Aes Grave. Copper. V B.C. Unique variant.
Coin #6. Olbia. Hemidrachm. AU. IV B.C. Rare coin.
Coin #8. Olbia. Didrachm. AR. III B.C. Unique variant.
Coin #13. Olbia. Chalk of King Akrosa. II B.C. Very rare coin.


Issue # 24. December 2006.
"Coins of Antique City Tyra from Private Collections of Odessa".
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


In this article there're published 18 new coins of antique city Tyra and also some interesting variants published before. Among them below coins are worthy:
Coin #1. Tyra. Drachm. AR. IV B.C. Unique variant.
Coin #5. Tyra. Copper. III B.C. Unique specimen.
Coin #16. Tyra. Caracalla's tetrassarion. AE. III A.D. Unique variant.
Coin #18. Tyra. Julia Mamaea's tetrassarion. AE. III A.D. Unique specimen.


Issue #25. March 2007.
"New and Rare Stamps of Coins of Bosporan Kings".
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


In this article there're published 16 coins of Bosporan Kings with unusual stamps and different rare countermarks. Among them there're such coins:
Coin #1. Tetrachalk of Archon Asander. AE. I B.C. Unusual stamp of obverse.
Coin #3. 9 unciae of King Aspurgus. AE. I A.D. Rare stamps of obverse and reverse.
Coin #5. Sestertius of King Sauromates I. AE. I A.D. Rare stamps of obverse and reverse.
Coin #10. Denarius of King Sauromates II. AE. II A.D. Rare variant of reverse's stamp - two countermarks.


Issue #26-27. October 2007.
"New findings of Olbian coins (From private collections of Odessa city)".
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.


In this article there're published 30 ancient Olbian coins. Among them there're such coins:
Aes Grave. 1/8 Obol. V B.C. Unique variant. Unusual inscription - AIPX.
Obol. IV B.C. Rare coin. Second known specimen with inscription -
BI.

Denarius of Ininthimeus. I A.D. Rare coin.

Sestertius of Peisistratos. I A.D. Rare coin.


© The Odessa Museum of Numismatic 2007.