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One of a collection of 456 Roman coins formed for study purposes by Professor Giles F. Carter, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at Eastern Michigan University. Some of the coins were acquired primarily to undertake metallurgical analysis on them, and are donated to us with the intention that they should continue to be used as such. These are a very welcome resource for the Museum, but they would not be accessioned as part of our curatorial collection. Other coins were acquired for the study of types and varieties, and at least 200 of these would be accessioned. The final selection would be made after acceptance by the Syndicate.: CM.7566-2007

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One of a collection of 456 Roman coins formed for study purposes by Professor Giles F. Carter, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at Eastern Michigan University. Some of the coins were acquired primarily to undertake metallurgical analysis on them, and are donated to us with the intention that they should continue to be used as such. These are a very welcome resource for the Museum, but they would not be accessioned as part of our curatorial collection. Other coins were acquired for the study of types and varieties, and at least 200 of these would be accessioned. The final selection would be made after acceptance by the Syndicate.

Maker(s)

Mint: Rome
Ruler: Caracalla (211-17)

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Description

Caracalla (196-217), AR denarius, Rome, 215, rev. Pax standing to left (RIC IV.1, 251.268), 3.07g

Notes

History note: Under Review

Acquisition and important dates

(2007-11-19) by Carter, Giles F., Prof

Dating

Production date: AD 0215

Components of the work

Object Weight 3.07 g

Materials used in production

Silver

Identification numbers

Accession number: CM.7566-2007
Primary reference Number: 251183
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Audit data

Created: Monday 21 September 2020 Updated: Wednesday 19 May 2021 Last processed: Thursday 20 May 2021

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Coins and Medals

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The Fitzwilliam Museum (2022) "One of a collection of 456 Roman coins formed for study purposes by Professor Giles F. Carter, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at Eastern Michigan University. Some of the coins were acquired primarily to undertake metallurgical analysis on them, and are donated to us with the intention that they should continue to be used as such. These are a very welcome resource for the Museum, but they would not be accessioned as part of our curatorial collection. Other coins were acquired for the study of types and varieties, and at least 200 of these would be accessioned. The final selection would be made after acceptance by the Syndicate." Web page available at: https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/251183 Accessed: 2022-12-09 22:09:45

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