Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Thanks and Acknowledgements

The initial version of this survey was completed on January 12th, 2018. Please ignore the dates and times given for the individual posts: they were manipulated to enable a thematic arrangement in the blog archive. Now I shall be adding new material, correcting mistakes, uploading better illustrations, and re-formatting. To avoid having to re-number the types should a tremendously rare singleton suddenly need to be accommodated, I have kept Type 24 (Miscellaneous Erotes, presently consisting of earlier coins, some Roman Imperial coins and medallions, artefacts, lead seals, and tesserae) for that eventuality.

Here is a provisional listing of those whove worked on or in different ways helped with the project or been consulted (the list is alphabetical, and doesnt give academic titles). Please contact us if weve forgotten you. Sincere thanks to everyone!
Bartosz Awianowicz
Gilles Blançon
Gert Boersema
Peter G. Burbules
Dario Calomino
CNG (Classical Numismatic Group)
Curtis Clay
Alfredo De La Fé
Dan Diffendale
Kurt Ellenberger
Emporium Hamburgense
Fabrizio Fazioli
Julia Finster
Mark Fox
G&N (Gitbud & Naumann Münzhandlung München GmbH)
Martin Griffiths
Wayne von Hardenberg
Hans-Joachim Hoeft
Nina Hristova
Paul-Francis Jacquier
Francis Jarman
Gospodin Jekov
Jencek Historical Enterprise
Dane Kurth (Helvetica)
Ilian Lalev
Hubert Lanz
Patricia Lawrence
Derek Lewis
Hartmann Linge
Anne Lübke
Pierre-Damien Manisse
Andrew McCabe
Ryan McVay
Malcolm Megaw
Steve Minnoch
Georg Morawietz
Alex Morley-Smith
Hans-Christoph von Mosch
Heinz-W. Müller
Wilhelm Mueseler
Numismatik Naumann GmbH
Uwe Naumann
Numismatica Ars Classica (NAC)
Masis Panos
William Peters
Praefectus Coins
Michel Prieur
H. D. Rauch
Gerhard Rohde
Roma Numismatics
Roman Provincial Coinage Online (RPC)
Lars Rutten
Wayne G. Sayles
Wolfgang Christian Schneider
Joe Sermarini
Peter Spohn
Dietmar Spurgarth
Clive Stannard
Joachim Stollhoff
Greg Terzian
Wolfram Tillack
Titiana & Slavey Art Numis
Bill Welch
plus a number of private collectors who prefer to remain anonymous.

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