It is remarkable the discovery in the hinterland of Sicily of three “mixed” hoards, including not only coins, but also of bronze scraps and small fragmentary objects. They demonstrate that in these centers, still in the 4th century BC, the coin was considered a worthless piece of metal and that other bronze objects were used as medium of exchange. The subject of further study is the so-called closet of Milocca-Milena (IGCH 2162), which is attributed to the site of Monte Raffe

Lavinia Sole (2011). Ripostigli “misti” dalla Sicilia centro-meridionale. ANNALI-ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI NUMISMATICA, 56, 29-43.

Ripostigli “misti” dalla Sicilia centro-meridionale

Lavinia Sole
2011-01-01

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It is remarkable the discovery in the hinterland of Sicily of three “mixed” hoards, including not only coins, but also of bronze scraps and small fragmentary objects. They demonstrate that in these centers, still in the 4th century BC, the coin was considered a worthless piece of metal and that other bronze objects were used as medium of exchange. The subject of further study is the so-called closet of Milocca-Milena (IGCH 2162), which is attributed to the site of Monte Raffe
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Lavinia Sole (2011). Ripostigli “misti” dalla Sicilia centro-meridionale. ANNALI-ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI NUMISMATICA, 56, 29-43.
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