A Catalogue of the Greek Coins in the British Museum: Italy, Volume 1

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Page iv - English grains. Tables for converting grains into grammes and inches into millimetres, as well as into the measures of Mionnet's scale, are placed at the end of the volume.
Page iv - The metal of each coin, and its size, is stated in inches and tenths. The weight is given in English grains of all gold and silver coins, and...
Page 265 - Poseidon kneeling on one knee to right, wearing chlamys with pointed ends falling over both shoulders, and striking with the trident, his left arm extended ; a border of dots.
Page 291 - ... field and the style of engraving go hand in hand ; they come in and they depart together. It is an engraver's signature, but not an artist's
Page 348 - Tripod - lebes, with neck and three handles; from 1. handle hangs a fillet, the lower end of which is turned upwards : border of dots.
Page 380 - TTj y figure, standing facing, wearing wreath ; r. stretched out, holding branch of laurel and bird; 1. resting on sceptre, round which is twined a serpent ? in field 1., cornucopias : border of [80.] dots.
Page 289 - Pl. G', n° 20. The engraver K has placed in the hand of Skylla, instead of the usual oar or stone a trident which is identical with that seen in the hand of Taras on coins of Tarentum by KAA or K, and on ty..
Page 344 - Tripodlebes, having three handles, two serpents emerging from it; and between legs, two serpents' heads facing each other : dotted cable border.
Page 202 - Herakles, naked, standing, 1., r.. knee upon lion's back, holding club in raised r., with which he is about to strike lion, whose tail he holds in 1.; behind, [ft cornucopias.

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