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Tarsos under Alexander

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Published by American Numismatic Society in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greek Coins

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAmerican journal of numismatics.
    Statementby Edward T. Newell
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p., 8 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25946564M
    OCLC/WorldCa5152378


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Tarsos under Alexander by Edward Theodore Newell Download PDF EPUB FB2

KINGS of MACEDON. Alexander III ‘the Great’. AV Stater (17mm, g, 10h). Tarsos mint. Struck under Balakros or Menes, circa / BC.

Helmeted head of Athena right, griffin on helmet / Nike standing left, holding wreath in extended right hand and cradling stylis in left arm; grain ear below right wing. Tarsus remained under direct Abbasid control until /9, when it and wider Cilician border zone were granted to the autonomous ruler of Egypt, Ahmad ibn Tulun.

The local governor Yazaman al-Khadim returned the city to the direct allegiance to Baghdad from on, but was forced to recognize the Tulunids again in Country: Turkey. Satrap of Babylon (under Alexander the Great) Coin of Mazaeus (Tarsos, Cilicia).

Mazaeus, Mazday or Mazaios (Greek:Μαζαῖος) (died BC) was a Persian noble and satrap of Cilicia and later satrap of Babylon for the Achaemenid Empire, a satrapy which he retained under Died: BC, Babylon.

Recognizing the importance of this mint for Alexander, supported by the state of the evidence at the time, Newell originally attributed a large series of staters to the early period of Alexanders at Tarsos (E.T.

Newell, “Tarsos under Alexander,” AJN 52 []). Alexander the Great posthumous tetradrachm from Odessos, Thrace, c. BC, g, M.J. Price Thrace was the last region to mint Alexander the Great tetradrachms, though the above specimen is one of the first Black Sea varieties.

ESSAYS ON THE COINAGE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT And Newell in a book where positive identification would certainly be appropriate,76 says only, Tarsos under Alexander, New York City, Studies in the Macedonian Coinage of Alexander the Great.

Author Troxell, Hyla A. Series Numismatic Studies "The Earliest Coins of Alexander the Great 1. Notes on a Book by Gerhard Kleiner," NCpp.

–79 Tarsos under Alexander (New York City, ). Filed under: Alexander, the Great, B.C B.C. -- Early works to -- Early works to Quintus Curtius, With an English Translation (also known as History of Alexander; 2 volumes; Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ.

Press; London: W. Heinemann, c), by Quintus Curtius Rufus, trans. by John Carew Rolfe, contrib. by John Rowe Workman. Tarsus under Greek Sway: Alexander's overthrow of the Persian power brought about a strong Hellenic reaction in Southeastern Asia Minor and must have strengthened the Greek element in Tarsus, but more than a century and a half were to elapse before the city attained that civic autonomy which was the ideal and the boast of the Greek polis.

Books shelved as alexander-the-great: Fire from Heaven by Mary Renault, Alexander the Great by Robin Lane Fox, The Persian Boy by Mary Renault, The Campa. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.

Scan an ISBN with your phone/5(4). Alexander III of Macedon (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Γʹ ὁ Μακεδών, Aléxandros III ho Makedȏn; 20/21 July BC – 10/11 June BC), commonly known as Alexander the Great (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας, Aléxandros ho Mégas), was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the Argead was born in Pella in BC and Father: Philip II of Macedon.

While the book was well written and very interesting, I did not finish this book with the feeling that Alexander II was a great Tsar. I left the with the feeling that he was a man who meant well and did some good things for the country but was often misguided, confused and received a severe lack of respect from his subordinates.4/4(37).

Tamera Alexander made her debut as a published author in with the novel Rekindled, launching the Fountain Creek Chronicles series. Below is a list of Tamera Alexander’s books in order of when they were first released: Publication Order of Fountain Creek Chronicles Books.

Tarsos under Alexander / (New York: American Numismatic Society, ), by Edward Theodore Newell (page images at HathiTrust) Monnaies grecques / (Paris: C. Rollin et Feuardent, ), by Friedrich Imhoof-Blumer (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Catalogue of Greek coins.

Thessaly to Aetolia. Nummorum Graecorum [Great Britain], voi. 6, The Lewis Collection in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (London, ) Tarsos E.

Newell, Tarsos under Alexander (New York, ) "Tetradrachms. Tarsos (BC ) Stater - Balakros views Time of Balakros, ruler of Kilikia for Alexander the Great, BC.

AR Stater (g, 23mm). BLTRZ, Baal of Tarsos seated left, holding scepter; ear of corn in field left, Σ below seat / Lion attacking a kneeling bull, double wall with eight towers below, club above.

Cilicia, Tarsos. Silver Stater. Balakros, satrap of Cilicia under Alexander III. Obverse: Facing, draped bust of Athena, wearing a triple-crested helmet and necklace.

Reverse: Baal seated left, holding lotus-tipped sceptre. Grain ear and grape bunch to left, B above ivy leaf, T under throne. New York: H. Cushing, Jr., Second edition, Illustrated throughout with pictures of parts, diagrams, tables.

Black cloth over flexible covers, gilt cover lettering, " tall. Some light cover wear and a minor light spot near the bottom. His History of Alexander (ed.

and tr. Rolfe, 2 vols., London, (L)) lacks Books 1 and 2, and has gaps between Books 5 and 6 and in Book As a source Curtius' stock has risen somewhat in the last few years: he is frequently uncritical and given to overblown rhetoric, but careful analysis reveals highly valuable material (e.g.

The books translated to English include his biographies of Tsars Nicholas II and Alexander II, Rasputin, and Joseph Stalin. His book Stalin: The First In-depth Biography Based on Explosive New Documents from Radzinsky (Russian: Эдвард Радзинский) is an author of more than forty popular non-fiction books on historical subjects/5.

42 Tarsos under Alexander, New York, 18a Major-General J. Fuller's book The Generalship of Alexander the Great, Rutgers, 48 ESSAYS ON THE COINAGE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT.

The detective makes notes in what will become The Book of Alexander. Penny is soon gone, Ruth replaces her within hours, there are other women interested in Alexander and vice versa.

The book contains Alexander’s reading preferences, the contents of his computer, his sexual partners and connections to the outside world and a wider view of his.

అలెగ్జాండర్ (సా.పూ [నోట్స్ 1] జూలై 20/21 - సా.పూ జూన్ 10/11) ప్రాచీన. The reign of Cleopatra VII of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt began with the death of her father, the ruling pharaoh Ptolemy XII Auletes, by March 52 ended with her death on 10 or 11 August 31 BC.

Following the reign of Cleopatra, the country of Egypt was transformed into a province of the Roman Empire and the Hellenistic period came to an end.

During her reign she. Tarsus under Greek Sway: Alexander’s overthrow of the Persian power brought about a strong Hellenic reaction in Southeastern Asia Minor and must have strengthened the Greek element in Tarsus, but more than a century and a half were to elapse before the city attained that civic autonomy which was the ideal and the boast of the Greek polis.

Newell Tarsos (): Tarsos Under Alexander, Edward Theodore Newell Newell Dated Book review of The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus: A British Museum Catalogue by Martin * Bieber (): Alexander the Great in Greek and Roman Art, Margarete Bieber.

Alexander the Great: A New History combines traditional scholarship with contemporary research to offer an innovative treatment of one of history's most famous figures. Written by leading experts in the field Looks at a wide range of diverse topics including Alexander's religious views, his entourage during his campaign East, his sexuality, the.

A great book, I had the hardback copy from when the TV series was shown () also a great watch, would recommend the box set. The kindle version has been updated from the hardback book, I wanted to read the book again on my travels, in places where I might have been in the 'footsteps of Alexander the Great'/5(48).

“The Alexander Technique” by Edward Maisel: Edward Maisel’s book is a beautifully compiled introduction to a selection of Alexander’s own text. It is a good introduction to the history and development of the Technique, and is still one of my favourite Alexander books.

“The Use of the Self” by F M Alexander. This was Alexander’s. book bag off the hook. Someone trips and makes you fall in the hall. Someone is talking and gets their name taken in PE. Someone borrows your scissors and forgets to give them back. Someone bumps you in the line for lunch.

Someone takes a book from your book Size: 1MB. Alexander the Great takes power. Bucephalus was not just untamed - he was considered untameable.

The horse was huge, powerful, and had great potential value, but nobody could tame him, not even experts who had years of experience taming horses. Alexander II was Russia's Lincoln, and the greatest reformer tsar since Peter the Great. He was also one of the most contradictory, and fascinating, of history's supreme leaders.

He freed the serfs, yet launched vicious wars. He engaged in the sexual exploits of a royal Don Juan, yet fell profoundly in love. He ruled during the "Russian Renaissance" of Dostoevsky, 4/5(5).

Demetrius served under his father as a general on both land and sea. Upon capturing Athens, Demetrius had himself declared a divine liberator and reputedly installed his harem in the Acropolis.

One of the most famous incidents from his life was the siege he conducted against the city of Rhodes. Alexander advanced with his army to the Hellespont and transported it from Europe to Asia. He personally sailed with sixty fighting ships to the Troad, where he flung his spear from the ship and fixed it in the ground, and then leapt ashore himself the first of the Macedonians, signifying that he received Asia from the gods as a spear-won prize.

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As his book's subtitle, Themes and Issues, indicates, this is not a biography, but an analysis of Alexander's reign through discussion of the principal topics in contemporary Alexander scholarship.

Editorial Reviews. 08/24/ Alexander’s diverting 10th late Victorian mystery (after ’s The Counterfeit Heiress) finds Lady Emily Hargreaves and her husband, Colin, in Cannes, France, where they’re celebrating the engagement of a childhood friend of hers, Jeremy Sheffield, Duke of Bainbridge/5(5).

Alexander’s book inspires you to break the self-made boundaries and live life to the fullest outside your comfort zone!. — Radhika Shihaja — I’ve read a few books similar to this, notably Chris Guillebeau’s The Art of Non-Conformity, and this book was my favorite.

Objecting loudly to his family's plans to relocate, the hero of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day makes a gratifying return, said PW. Ages (Aug.).In the spiky spirit of Sunday Morning () but more truly attuned to a child's point of view, Viorst reviews a really aggravating (if not terrible, horrible, and very bad) day in the life of a properly disgruntled kid who wakes up with gum in his hair and goes to bed after enduring lima beans for dinner and kissing on T.V.Alexander the Great was the son of King Philip II of Macedonia and one of his wives, Olympias, a daughter of the non-Macedonian King Neoptolemus I of Epirus.

At least, that's the conventional story. As a great hero, there are other more miraculous versions of the conception. Name: Alexander III of Macedon. Dates: c. 20 July B.C. - 10 June