The studies that in the 1960s developed the theme of the "revival of the Timoleontian age" in the inland centers of central-southern Sicily were based on the erroneous attribution to the Timoleontian age of the Syracusan coin series with the head of Athena/hippocampus and the head of Athena/ star between two dolphins, which determined the generic chronological lowering of the materials and archaeological structures with which the coins were associated and the consequent assignment of many archaeological evidences to the second half of the fourth century BC. The reinterpretation of the numismatic evidence from the hinterland of Sicily proposed in this study offers new interpretative perspectives on the history of the internal sites of the island

Lavinia Sole (2011). Timoleonte e i centri indigeni della Sicilia centrale. L’apporto dell’evidenza numismatica. In M. Congiu, C. Miccichè, S. Modeo (a cura di), Timoleonte e la Sicilia della seconda metà del IV sec. a.C. (pp. 45-55). Caltanissetta-Roma : Salvatore Sciascia editore.

Timoleonte e i centri indigeni della Sicilia centrale. L’apporto dell’evidenza numismatica

Lavinia Sole
2011-01-01

Abstract

The studies that in the 1960s developed the theme of the "revival of the Timoleontian age" in the inland centers of central-southern Sicily were based on the erroneous attribution to the Timoleontian age of the Syracusan coin series with the head of Athena/hippocampus and the head of Athena/ star between two dolphins, which determined the generic chronological lowering of the materials and archaeological structures with which the coins were associated and the consequent assignment of many archaeological evidences to the second half of the fourth century BC. The reinterpretation of the numismatic evidence from the hinterland of Sicily proposed in this study offers new interpretative perspectives on the history of the internal sites of the island
Settore L-ANT/04 - Numismatica
978-88-8241-372-9
Lavinia Sole (2011). Timoleonte e i centri indigeni della Sicilia centrale. L’apporto dell’evidenza numismatica. In M. Congiu, C. Miccichè, S. Modeo (a cura di), Timoleonte e la Sicilia della seconda metà del IV sec. a.C. (pp. 45-55). Caltanissetta-Roma : Salvatore Sciascia editore.
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