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Coin of the Month: Augustus and the Exaggeration of Military Victories

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In July's coin of the month, undergraduate student Dillon Patel explores how Augustus communicated his conquest of Armenia. Read about it here.


Tokens and religious diversity in Late Antiquity

British Academy Visiting Fellow Cristian Mondello explores some of the tokens of Late Antiquity in this blog.


New publication on Latin inscriptions from Roman Britain in the Ashmolean Museum

Alison E. Cooley, ‘Monumental Latin inscriptions from Roman Britain in the Ashmolean Museum collection’, Britannia

https://doi.org/10.1017/S0068113X18000260 (Published online: 18 June 2018)


Congratulations to the Warwick Classics Society!

The Warwick Classics Society production of Medea has won best event at the 2018 Student Union awards!


New Publication from Doctoral Student Charlotte Mann

An article arising from Charlotte's Masters thesis has now been published: 'The significance of the military representationof Caracalla upon the coinage of his sole reign (212-217 CE)', Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia vol 28 (2017): 54-65.


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