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De Prisca Celtopaedia

Title page – Picard's De Prisca Celtopaedia (1556)

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1555 - 2014

 

Last updated: 31 December 2015



Abbreviations:

 

ArchJ – Archaeological Journal (Royal Archaeological Institute)

AntJ – Antiquaries Journal

ANSMN – American Numismatic Society Museum Notes

BAR — British Archaeological Reports (British Series)

BAR S — British Archaeological Reports Supplementary Series

BNJ — British Numismatic Journal

CBA — Council for British Archaeology

CH – Coin Hoards

CNews – Coin News (UK)

CRL – C. Rudd List

EAA – East Anglian Archaeology Report

JBAA – Journal of the British Archaeological Association

JNG — Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte

JRS – Journal of Roman Studies

NC — Numismatic Chronicle

NCIRC — Spink Numismatic Circular

OJA — Oxford Journal of Archaeology

PHFC – Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club (Hampshire Studies after 1995)

PDNHAS – Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society

PSA – Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries (London)

PSAS – Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries (Scotland)

PPSEA – Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia

PPS — Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

RN — Revue Numismatique

SCBI — Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles

SCMB – Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin

TBWAS – Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society

WAM – Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine

 

Anonymous, 1844a, 'Gold British Coins found at Banbury', NC, series I, vol. 4, p .44.

Anonymous, 1844b, (Find of British and Roman coin at Springhead, near Southfleet, Kent), NC, series I, vol. 4, p. 192.

Anonymous,1856, 'Notices of Archaeological Publications: Transactions of the Surrey Archaeological Society, Arch. J., vol. 13, p. 303. (recounts Anonymous, 1858)

Anonymous, 1858, 'Ancient British Coins Found in Surrey', Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. 1, p. 69, (actual publication date of article is 1856)

Anonymous, 1850, 'The Whaddon Chase Find', NC, series 1, vol. 12, p.52.

Anonymous, 1851, 'Another type of Vericus', NC, series 1, vol. 13, 134.

Anonymous, 1853, 'Another coin inscribed VIRI', NC, series 1, vol. 15, p. 105.

Anonymous, 1858, 'Ancient British Coins Found in Surrey', Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. 1, p. 69.

Anonymous, 1861, 'The find of coins near Frome', NC, series 2, vol. 1, p. 133.

Anonymous, 1894, 'Le Trésor de Tourdan', NCIRC, vol. 2, col. 934. (Celtic coin hoard)

Anonymous, 1898, Hints to Collectors of Coin and Medals, Spink & Sons. (brief discussion of counterfeiting methods and counterfeit detection procedures)

Anonymous, 1899, 'Moderne Fälschungen antiker Münzen' NCIRC, vol. 7, col. 3601. (notice of hoard of false Roman aurii with detection methods)

Anonymous, 1900, 'Trouvailles de monnaies', NCIRC, vol. 8, col. 3919. (Celtic potin coin hoard and a silver coin hoard)

Anonymous, 1901, 'Treasure-Grove', NCIRC, vol. 9, col. 4417. (British Celtic gold coin hoard near Leighton Buzzard)

Anonymous, 1905, 'Keltische Münzen bei Pressburg', NCIRC, vol. 13, col. 8340. (Celtic coin hoard)

Anonymous, 1914, 'A large find of coins in Hampshire', NCIRC, vol. 22, column 443. (Hengistbury Head excavations)

Anonymous, 1919, 'Sir Arthur Evan's gift to the British Museum of his father's famous collection of early British coins', NCIRC, vol.27, col. 115.

Anonymous, 1927a, 'Gold coins found in Gravel pit', NCIRC, vol. 35, column 415.

Anonymous, 1927b, 'Hoard in a stone', NCIRC, vol. 35, column 627.

Anonymous, 1933, 'Earliest British coins: the Macedonian model', NCIRC, vol. 41, col. 180.

Anonymous, 1935, 'Saxon money-box: Boy's Chute Forest find recalled', NCIRC, vol. 43, col. 390. (garbled account of Chute hoard)

Anonymous, 1949a, 'Iron Age Ornaments and Coins', SCBM, p. 61. (Snettisham hoard)

Anonymous, 1949b, 'Iron Age ornaments and coins – a discovery in Norfolk', NCIRC, vol. 57, column 18.

Anonymous, 1949c, 'Icenian period coinage', NCIRC, vol. 57, column 68.

Anonymous, 1949d, 'Treasure Trove', NCIRC, vol. 57, column 69. (Snettisham hoard)

Anonymous, 1949e, 'The Snettisham Find', NCIRC, vol. 57, col. 285.

Anonymous, 1950, 'Coroner holds inquest on Iron Age coins', NCIRC, vol. 58, NCIRC, vol. 58, col. 381. (Sunbury hoard of cast bronzes)

Anonymous, 1954a, 'Coins of Boadicea's tribe unearthed', NCIRC, vol. 62, col. 337. (Honingham hoard notice)

Anonymous, 1954b, 'Coins of declared treasure trove', NCIRC, vol. 62, col. 399. (Honingham hoard)

Anonymous, 1954c, 'Coins of Boudicca's tribe unearthed', NCIRC, vol. 62, column 337.

Anonymous, 1954d, '25s Mine Detector Reveals History', SCMB, p. 336. (report of a mine detector used during an archeological excavation at Ancaster)

Anonymous, 1955, '2,000 Year-Old Forgery', SCMN, p. 412. (find of a Addedomarus core of a plated stater)

Anonymous, 1956a, 'Gold Stater found at Bristol', SCMB, p. 54.

Anonymous, 1956b, 'A contemporary forgery of a Dobunnic coin from Wiltshire', BNJ, vol. 28, p. 404.

Anonymous, 1957a, 'Celtic Coins from Jersey', SCMB, p.152. (Le Catillion hoard report)

Anonymous, 1957b, 'Emergence of early Verulamium fragments from mint described', NCIRC, vol. 65, col. 309 (finds of coin moulds during excavation)

Anonymous, 1958, 'Belgic', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 72, p. 226. (notice of a Dubnovellaunuas-in-Kent silver unit find)

Anonymous, 1959, 'Mine Detector used to find Coins', SCMB, p. 7. (report of a mine detector used during an archeological excavation at Llanbethery by George Boon)

Anonymous, 1960, 'Coins of Cunobeline from Lakenheath', SCMB, p. 13 and p. 54.

Anonymous, 1962, 'Pre-Roman Mint found at Rochester', SCMB, p. 235. (coin moulds found during archaeological excavations)

Anonymous, 1964a, 'Coin Moulds from Old Sleaford', SCMB, p. 95.

Anonymous, 1964b, 'A Rare Epaticcus from Goring', SCMB, p. 211.

Anonymous, 1964c, 'Primitive Currency', SCMB, p. 372.

Anonymous, 1964d, 'Primitive Currency', SCMB, p. 410.

Anonymous, 1964e, 'A Chute Type Stater from Pensford', Bristol, SCMB, p. 374.

Anonymous, 1964f, 'Coin moulds of early British tribe found', NCIRC, vol. 72, p. 234. (notice of excavations at Old Sleaford)

Anonymous, 1964g, 'Ancient fakes on show', NCIRC, vol. 72, p. 259. (exhibition included Channel Island "staters")

Anonymous, 1966, 'Amin(i)us Silver Coin from Folkestone', SCMB, p. 18.

Anonymous, 1968, 'Counterfeits', NCIRC, vol. 68, p. 301. (discusses modern forgeries of British hammered coins)

Anonymous, 1969a, 'A Cunobeline Bronze Coin from Holmpton', SCMB, p. 125.

Anonymous, 1969b, 'The Dennington Forgeries', SCMB, p. 309. (modern forgeries of hammered coins described)

Anonymous, 1969c, 'A Recent Reproduction', SCMB, p. 378. (modern forgery of hammered coin described)

Anonymous, 1970a, 'Coin Find Clue to Camelot', SCMB, p. 405. (gold stater found during South Cadbury excavations)

Anonymous, 1970b, 'Rare coin found', NCIRC, vol. 78, p. 383.

Anonymous, 1971a, 'Rare Coins of First Century Discovered', SCMB, p. 408. (silver minims found during Chichester excavations)

Anonymous, 1971b, 'A Cheriton Type Stater from Hampshire', SCMB, p. 408.

Anonymous, 1971c, 'RR, but not what you expected', NCIRC, vol. 79, p. 317. (Discusses electrotype coin forgery)

Anonymous, 1971d, 'Notice', NCIRC, vol. 79, p. 320. (Discusses forgery of a Cunobeline stater)

Anonymous, 1971e, 'Another forgery of the tetradrachm of Akragas', NCIRC, vol. 83, p. 153. (Discusses modern forgery of ancient coin)

Anonymous, 1973, 'Coins of Epaticcus from Chichester', SBMC, p. 330.

Anonymous, 1975, 'Stolen from a Case in Salisbury Museum, – Five Gold Staters', SCMB, p. 380. (coins from the 1927 Chute hoard)

Anonymous, 1977a, 'Counterfeit Coin Ring Smashed', SCMB, p. 13. ("Beruit" forger)

Anonymous, 1977b, 'Celtic Gold from the New Forest', SCMB, p. 57. (Chute stater hoard)

Anonymous, 1977c, 'Celtic gold stater from Eastwood, Essex', SCMB, p. 425.

Anonymous, 1977d, 'Waltham St. Lawrence Celtic Treasure', SCMB, p. 426.

Anonymous, 1978, 'Ancient British coin find', SCMB, p. 182.

Anonymous, 1980, 'A coin of Dubnovellaunus from Colchester', NCIRC, vol. 88, p. 172.

Anonymous, 1981a, 'Fitting end for coin', SCMB, p. 40. (two fragments of a Celtic coin matched up)

Anonymous, 1981b, 'Ancient gold coin found in Country', SCMB, p. 354. (uninscribed Dobunnic stater)

Anonymous, 1982a, 'Coin date back 2,000 years', SCMB, p. 95. (Icenian hoard from Chatteris)

Anonymous, 1982b, 'Jimmi finds treasure', SCMB, p. 156. (find of Celtic coins)

Anonymous, 1982c, 'Buried coins declared treasure trove', SCMB, p. 345. (Field Baulk hoard)

Anonymous, 1983, 'Detected: a nasty dent in Boudicca's Treasury', SCMB, p. 72.

Anonymous, 1984, 'Pre-Roman gold coins found', SCMB, p. 228. (Gallo-Belgic coins found)

Anonymous, 1985, 'Roman site looted', SCMB, p. 327. (Wanborough)

Anonymous, 1987, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 57, p. 124, pls. 1-2.

Anonymous, 1988, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 58, p. 140, pls. 34-37.

Anonymous, 1989, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 59, p. 222, pls. 20-21.

Anonymous, 1990a, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 60, p. 145, pls. 31-34.

Anonymous, 1990b, 'A variant of Van Arsdell 409-1', NCIRC, vol. 98, p. 159.

Anonymous, 1991, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 61, p. 143, pls. 17-20.

Anonymous, 1992, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 62, p. 204, pls. 25-29.

Anonymous, 1993, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 63, p. 136, pls. 13-15.

Anonymous, 1994, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 64, p. 134, pls. 14-16.

Anonymous, 1995, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 65, p. 230, pls. 1-2.

Anonymous, 1996, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 66, p. 143, pls. 13-14.

Anonymous, 1997, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 67, p. 128, pl. 25.

Anonymous, 1998, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 68, p. 163, pl. 21.

Anonymous, 1999a, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 69, p. 227, pl. 20.

Anonymous, 1999b, 'Iron Age coins from Sittingbourne area', Kent Archaeological Review, vol. 136, p. 134.

Anonymous, 2000, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 70, p. 156, pl. 30.

Anonymous, 2001, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 71, p. 179, pl. 39.

Anonymous, 2002, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 72, p. 191, pl. 16.

Anonymous, 2004, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 74, p. 201, pl. 14. (Coin Register skipped a year due to BNS Centenary Volume)

Anonymous, 2005, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 75, p. 179, pl. 12.

Anonymous, 2006, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 76, p. 367, pl. 49.

Anonymous, 2007, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 77, p. 311, pl. 18.

Anonymous, 2008, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 78, p. 264, pl. 10.

Anonymous, 2009, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 79, p. 258, pl. 20.

Anonymous, 2010, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 80, p. 211, pl. 25.

Anonymous, 2011, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 81, p. 265, pl. 35.

Anonymous, 2012, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 82, p. 232, pl. 5.

Anonymous, 2013, 'Coin Register', BNJ, vol. 83, p. 281, pl. 6.

 

Abbott, G. H., 1920, 'Australian Numismatic Society Exhibits', NCIRC, vol. 28, col. 373.

Abramson, T., 2012, Anglo-Saxon Counterfeits. (mentions replicas of Celtic coins, pp. 22 - 24)

Ainsworth, K, and May, J., 2003, 'An iron Age coin die from near Alton, Hampshire', Current Archaeology, vol. 188, p. 326.

Akerman, J. Y., 1837a, 'Observations on the coins of the Ancient Britons', Numismatic Journal (forerunner to NC), vol. 1, p.91.

Akerman, J. Y., 1837b, 'The coinage of the Ancient Britons', Numismatic Journal (forerunner to NC), vol. 1, p.209.

Akerman, J. Y., 1838, 'Further Observations on the coins of the Ancient Britons', Numismatic Journal, vol. 2, p. 66.

Akerman, J. Y., 1839, 'Further Observations on the coins of the Ancient Britons', NC, series I, vol. 1, p.73.

Akerman, J. Y., 1840a, 'Unpublished Ancient British coins IV', NC, series I, vol. 2, p. 71.

Akerman, J. Y., 1840b, 'Unpublished Ancient British coins V', NC, series I, vol. 2, p. 191.

Akerman, J. Y., 1840c, 'Unpublished Ancient British coins VI', NC, series I, vol. 2, p. 231.

Akerman, J. Y., 1841, 'Unpublished Ancient British coins VII', NC, series I, vol. 3, p. 153.

Akerman, J. Y., 1846, Ancient Coins of Cities and Princes.

Akerman, J. Y., 1848, An Introduction to the Study of Ancient and Modern Coins. (Ancient British coins discussed pp. 98-106)

Akerman, J. Y., 1849a, 'Unedited Ancient British coins', NC, series I, vol. 11, p. 155.

Akerman, J. Y., 1849b, 'Notes on the gold coins inscribed VERIC COM F', NC, series 1, vol. 11, p. 155.

Akerman, J. Y.. 1849c, 'On the Condition of Britain from the Descent of Caesar to the Coming of Claudius', Archaeologia, Vol. 33, p. 177.

Akerman, J. Y., 1850a, 'Ancient British gold coins found at Whaddon Chase', NC, series 1, vol. 12, p. 1.

Akerman, J. Y., 1850b, 'Unpublished Ancient British coin found on Farley Heath', NC, series 1, vol. 12, p. 67.

Akerman, J. Y., 1850c, 'Another type of Vericus', NC, series 1, vol. 12, p. 67.

Akerman, J. Y., 1862, 'Ancient British coin found in Berkshire', NC, series 2, vol. 2, p. 324.

Alcock, L. 1968, 'Excavations at South Cadbury Castle', 1967', AntJ, vol. 48, p. 6. (Celtic coins p. 11, pl. VIa)

Alcock, L. 1969, 'Excavations at South Cadbury Castle', 1968', AntJ, vol. 49, p. 30. (currency bar p. 36, pl. XX)

Alcock, L. 1971, 'Excavations at South Cadbury Castle, 1968', AntJ, vol. 51, p. 1. (Celtic coin p. 7, pl. IVa)

Aldhouse-Green, M. for earlier references for Miranda Green see: Green, M., below.

Aldhouse-Green, M., 2004a, An Archaeology of Images.

Aldhouse-Green, M., 2004b, 'Crowning Glories: Languages of Hair in Later Prehistoric Europe', PPS, vol. 70, p. 299. (includes discussion of images on coins)

Aldhouse-Green, M., 2006, 'Metaphors, meaning and money: contextualizing some symbols on Iron Age coins', in: de Jersey, P. (ed.), 2006, Celtic coinage: new discoveries, new discussions, BAR S1532, p. 29.

Aldhouse-Green, M., and Aldhouse-Green, S., 2005, Quest for the Shaman.

Aldhouse-Green, M., and Aldhouse-Green, S., 2010, Caesar's Druids.

Aldsworth, F. G., 1987, 'Prehistoric and Roman Selsey', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 125, p. 41. (discussion of Celtic coin finds)

Allan, J., 1947, 'Ancient British coins from Lincolnshire', NC, series VI, vol. 7, p. 65.

Allan, J., 1948a, 'The Snettisham Find', NC, series VI, vol. 8, p. 233.

Allan, J., 1948b, 'The Carn Brea find of 1749', NC, series VI, vol. 8, p. 235.

Allen, D. F., 1936a, 'British tin coinage of the Iron Age', in: Allan, J., Mattingly, H., and Robinson, E., Transactions of the International Numismatic Congress, London, p. 351.

Allen, D. F., 1936b, 'The coinage of the second Belgic invasion', in: Allan, J., Mattingly, H., and Robinson, E., Transactions of the International Numismatic Congress, London, p. 358.

Allen, D. F., 1943, 'British coins', in: Wheeler, R. E. M., Maiden Castle Dorset, p. 329.

Allen, D. F., 1944a, 'The Belgic Dynasties and their Coins', Archaeologia, Vol. XC, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1944b, 'The Pre-Roman Coinage of Kent', in: Ward Perkins, J. B., 'Excavation of the Iron Age Hill-fort of Oldbury, near Ightham, Kent', Archaeologia, vol. 90, pp. 154 - 159.

Allen, D. F., 1946, 'The coinage of Cymbeline', Numismatic Review, vol. 3, p. 10.

Allen, D. F., 1954, 'Three ancient British coins', BNJ, vol. 27, pt. 3, p. 249.

Allen, D. F., 1956, 'A fine ancient British coin from Colchester', BNJ, vol. 28, pt. 2, p. 400.

Allen, D. F., 1957, 'A remarkable Celtic coin from Canterbury', BNJ, vol. 28, pt. 3, p.443.

Allen, D. F., 1958a, 'Belgic Coins as Illustrations of Life in the Pre-Roman Iron Age of Britain', PPS, Vol. 24, p. 43.

Allen, D. F., 1958b, 'A New Celtic Coin from Worcester', Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, Vol. XXXV, p. 71.

Allen, D. F., 1958c, 'Some ancient British notes', BNJ, vol. 29, pt. 1, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1958d, 'New light on the date of early British coins: notes on the Le Catillon, Jersey, hoard of Armorican coins', NCIRC, vol. 66, p. 85.

Allen, D. F., 1958e, 'Ancient British (coins)', in: Wedlake, W. J., Excavations at Camerton, Somerset, p. 236.

Allen, D. F., 1959, 'New light on the date of early British coins', Société Jersiaise Bulletin Annuel, 1959, pp. 259 - 264.

Allen, D. F., 1960a, 'The Origins of Coinage in Britain: a Reappraisal', in: Frere, S. S. (ed.) 1960.

Allen, D. F., 1960b, 'Brigantes or Coritani?: to what tribes do the Yorkshire hoards belong?', Transactions of the Yorkshire Numismatic Society, series 2, vol. 1, pt. 5, p. 10.

Allen, D. F., 1961a, 'A Study of the Dobunnic Coinage', in: Clifford, E. M. 1961, p. 75.

Allen, D. F., 1961b, 'Three Celtic coins in Nottingham Castle Museum', Trans. of the Thoroton Soc. of Nottingham, vol. 65, p. 7.

Allen, D. F., 1962a, 'Celtic Coins', in: Ordnance Survey, Map of Southern Britain in the Iron Age, Chessington.

Allen, D. F., 1962b, 'Castle Museum, Nottingham: (a) Three Celtic Coins: a report', Yearbook of the BANS, no. 8, p. 17.

Allen, D. F., 1962c, 'The Haslemere Hoard', BNJ, vol. 31, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1963a, The Coinage of the Coritani, SCBI, No. 3, 1963.

Allen, D. F., 1963b, 'Celtic coins from South Ferriby', Hull Museum Publications, 214, p. 33.

Allen, D. F., 1964, 'Celtic Coins from the Romano-British Temple at Harlow', Essex, BNJ, Vol. 33, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1965a, 'A Celtic miscellany', BNJ, vol. 34, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1965b, 'Les pièces d'argent minces du comté de Hampshire: nouveau lien entre la Gaule celtique et la Grande-Bretagne', Revue Numismatique, series 6, vol.7, . 79.

Allen, D. F., 1966, 'The Haslemere hoard again', BNJ, vol. 35, p. 189.

Allen, D. F., 1967a, 'Celtic Coins from the Romano-British Temple at Harlow, part II', Essex, BNJ, Vol. 36, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1967b, 'Iron Currency Bars in Britain', PPS, Vol. 33, p. 307.

Allen, D. F., 1967c, 'Three ancient British notes', BNJ, vol. 36, p. 8.

Allen, D. F., 1968a, 'Celtic Coins from the Romano-British Temple at Harlow, Essex, part III', BNJ, Vol. 37, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1968b, 'The Celtic Coins', in Richmond, I. 1968, Hod Hill II: excavations carried out between 1951 and 1958 for the Trustees of the British Museum, p. 43.

Allen, D. F., 1968c, 'The pre-Roman coins', in: Cunliffe, B. W., Fifth Report on the excavations of the Roman fort at Richborough, Kent, p. 184.

Allen, D. F., 1968d, 'Three notes on ancient British coins', BNJ, vol. 37, p. 7.

Allen, D. F., 1968e, 'Three potin coins from Kent', Kent Archaeological Review, vol. 13, p. 8.

Allen, D. F., 1968f, 'The Sark Hoard of Celtic Coins and Phalerae', NC, series 7, vol. 8, p. 37.

Allen, D. F., 1968g, 'Report on Fifteen Belgic Coins from St Albans', in: Anthony, I. E., 'Excavations in Verulam Hills Field, St Albans, 1963-4', Hertfordshire Archaeology, vol. 1, pp. 12-14, pl. 2. (makes useful speculations about propaganda on Cunobeline's coinage)

Allen, D. F., 1970a, 'The Coins of the Iceni', Britannia I, 1970, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1970b, 'Five more potin coins', Kent Archaeological Review, vol. 22, p. 57.

Allen, D. F., 1970c, 'William Stukeley as a Numismatist', NC, series 7, vol. 10, p. 117.

Allen, D. F., 1971a, 'British Potin Coins: a Review', in: Jesson, D. and Hill, D. 1970, p. 127.

Allen, D. F., 1971b, 'A Celtic find from Lincolnshire', in: Carson, R. A. G, (ed.), Mints, Dies and Currency, essays dedicated to the memory of Albert Baldwin.

Allen, D. F., 1971c, 'The Ship on Gaulish Coins', AntJ, vol. 51, p. 96.

Allen, D. F., 1972, 'Celtic coins in the Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm', Särtyck ur Nordisk Numismatisk Arsskrift, p. 5.

Allen, D. F., 1973, 'Temples or Shrines on Gaulish Coins', AntJ, Vol. 53, p. 71.

Allen, D. F., 1975, 'Cunobeline's Gold', Britannia, vol. 6, 1975, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., 1976a, 'Wealth, Money and Coinage in a Celtic Society', in: Megaw, J. V. S., To Illustrate the Monuments, 1976, p. 200.

Allen, D. F., 1976b, 'Some Contrasts in Gaulish and British Coins', in: Duval, P. and Hawkes, C. 1976, p. 265.

Allen, D. F., 1976c, 'Did Adminius strike coins?', Britannia, vol. 7, p. 96.

Allen, D. F., 1976d, 'An Icenian Legend', Britannia, vol. 7, p. 276. (gives: "Subippasto/Esico fecit" or Prasto subi/Esico fecit")

Allen, D. F., 1978a, An Introduction to Celtic Coins, British Museum Publications, London.

Allen, D. F., 1978b,'An Icenian legend', Britannia, vol. 9, p.276.

Allen, D. F., 1982a, 'The British Coins', in: Wedlake, W. J., The Excavation of the Shrine of Apollo at Nettleton, Wiltshire, 1956-1971, p. 112.

Allen, D. F., 1982b, 'The Coins', in: Frere, S. S., et al, Archaeology of Canterbury II, Excavations on the Roman and Medieval Defenses of Canterbury, p. 141 (finds of two Celtic coins reported)

Allen, D. F., 1985, 'The Belgic coins', in: Niblett, R., Sheepen: an early Roman industrial site at Camulodunum, fiche 3, B1-3.

Allen, D. F., 1987a, Celtic coins in the British Museum I: silver coins of the East Celts and Balkan Peoples. Kent, J. P. C. and Mays, M. (eds.)

Allen, D. F., 1987b, 'The Coins, Bronze Minim, The Tin Coins', in: Meates, G. W, The Lullingston Roman Villa, vol. II – The Wall Paintings and Finds, p. 47 and pl. 7.

Allen, D. F., 1990, Celtic coins in the British Museum II: silver coins North Italy, South and central France, Switzerland and South Germany. Kent, J. P. C. and Mays, M. (eds.)

Allen, D. F., 1995, Celtic coins in the British Museum III: bronze coins of Gaul. Kent, J. P. C. and Mays, M. (eds.)

Allen, D. F., and Haselgrove, C. C., 1979, 'The Gold Coinage of Verica', Britannia, vol. 10, 1979, p. 1.

Allen, D. F., and Nash, D., 1980, The Coins of the Ancient Celts.

Allen, J. R., 1904, Celtic Art in Pagan and Christian Times. (also second edition 1914)

Allen, R., 1978, 'A find of an early British quarter stater', SCMB, p. 1.

Andrew, J. P., 1987, 'The Coinage of Boadicea', CNEWS, July 1987, p. 22.

Andrews, C., 2001, 'Romanization: a Kentish Perspective', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 121, pp. 25-42. (Celtic coins discussed pp. 31-33)

Anheuser, K., and Northover, P., 1994, 'Silver plating on Roman and Celtic coins from Britain – a technical study', BNJ, vol. 64, p. 22, pls. 2-6..

Annable, F. K., 1956, 'A contemporary forgery of a Dobuni coin from Wiltshire', BNJ, vol. 28, pt. 2, p. 404.

Arnold, B. and Gibson, D. B. (eds.) , 1995, Celtic Chiefdom Celtic State.

Arnold, T. J., 1863, 'Becker's forgeries', NC, series 2, vol. 3, p. 266. (discusses the work of a coin forger)

Arnold, T. J., 1894, 'Becker's forgeries', NCIRC, vol. 2, col. 795. (discusses the work of a coin forger)

Atkinson, D., 1942, Report on Excavations at Wroxeter (the Roman City of Viroconium) in the County of Salop 1923-1927. (Celtic coins p. 307)

Audouze, F, and Büchsenschütz, 1989, Towns, Villages and Countryside of Celtic Europe.

Atkinson, D., 1932, 'Caister Excavations, 1929', Norfolk Archaeology, vol. 24, p. 93.

Baker, T. H., 1897, 'British Antiquities', WAM, vol. 29, p. 227.

Barnes, I, 2009, The Historical Atlas of the Celtic World.

Baldwin, A., 1952, 'An ancient British quarter stater found at Irstead, Suffolk', BNJ, vol. 27, pt. 1, p. 88.

Barral, M., Gruel, K., Barralis, J. and Widemann, F., 1983, 'Quelques éléments de métallurgie monétaire Gauloise', Journées de Paléometallurgie, p. 129.

Barral, M., Veillon, M., 1991, 'Techniques de coulée et de frappe monétaire gauloise', in: Belmont, C., et al (eds.), 1987, Mélanges offerts au Docteur J.-B. Colbert de Beaulieu, p.63.

Basford, F., 2007, 'The Portable Antiquities Scheme in the Isle of Wight', Proceedings of the Isle of Wight Natural History and Archaeological Society, vol. 22 , pp. 201 - 205. (Celtic coin hoards mentioned p. 202)

Basford, H. V., 1980, The Vectis Report. (Iron Age coin from Thorness, p. 65)

Battely J., 1711, Antiquitates Rutupinae.

Battely J., 1745, Antiquitates Rutupinae, 2e. (Celtic coins pl. VI)

Battely J., 1764, The Antiquities of Richborough and Reculver.

Baxter, R., 1981, 'Letters', Kent Archaeological Review, no. 65, p. 117. (discusses find of a Kentish Cast Bronze coin)

Baxter, R., and Mills, R., 1978, 'The Romano-British Site at Radfield, Sittingbourne', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 94, pp. 239-247. (Celtic coin finds p. 245)

Bean, S. C., 1991a, 'The "sons of Commius" reconsidered', Celtic Coin Bulletin, vol. 1, p. 1.

Bean, S. C., 1991b, 'Two unpublished types of Celtic coins', Celtic Coin Bulletin, vol. 1, p. 7.

Bean, S. C., 1992, 'British Celtic coins added to the Finney collection, 1991, some further observations', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 303.

Bean, S. C., 1993a, 'Early British Celtic staters: British A (VA 200-1 and 202-1 and British C (VA 1220)', NCIRC, vol 101, p. 286.

Bean, S. C., 1993b, 'The coinage of the British Atrebates: the sons of Commius', in: Proceedings of the XIth International Numismatic Congress, 1991, p. 1.

Bean, S. C., 1994, 'The earliest staters from the area of the area of the Dobunni', BNJ, vol. 64, p. 126

Bean, S. C., 1996, 'A new stater of the Iceni?', NCIRC, vol. 104, p. 367.

Bean, S. C., 1997a, 'Tincomarus but no Tincommius: clearing the Atrebatic waters', NCIRC, vol. 105, p. 238.

Bean, S. C., 1997b, 'The application of metallurgical analyses in numismatics: some cautionary tales', in: Sinclair, A., Gowlett, J. (eds.), Archaeological Sciences 1995, p. 112

Bean, S. C., 1999, 'Iron Age and Roman Coins', in: Hearn, C. M. and Birbeck, V., A35 Tolpuddle to Puddletown Bypass DBFO, Dorset, 1996-8, p. 97.

Bean, S. C., 2000a, 'An unpublished type of Tincomaros', CRL 50.

Bean, S. C., 2000b, The Coinage of the Atrebates and Regni.

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Birch, S., 1847, 'On the reading of the coins of Cunobelin', ArchJ, vol. 4, pp. 28-36. (Celtic coin finds, p. 28)

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Blackburn, M. A. S., 1982, 'Man digs up treasure', SCMB, p. 324. (Field Baulk hoard)

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Blanchet, A., 1905, Traité des Monnaies Gauloises.

Blanchet, A., 1907, 'Coins of the ancient Britons, found in France', NC, series 4, vol. 7, p. 351.

Blockley, Kevin, and Day, M., 1979, 'Marlowe Car Park Excavations', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 95, pp. 267-270. (Celtic coin finds, p. 268)

Blockley, Paul, 1982, 'Marlowe Theater Site', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 98, pp. 225-228. (Celtic coin finds p. 226)

Blunt, C. E., Jones, F. E. and Mack, R. P., 1971, SCBI 16, Emory May Norweb collection.

Blunt, C. E., Elmore Jones, F. and Mack, R. P., 1971, Collection of Ancient British, Romano-British and English Coins formed by Mrs. Emery May Norweb, SCBI No. 16.

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Bone, A., 1987, 'Verica's coinage – 'minims' with architectural reverse types', SCMB, p. 229.

Bone, A. and Burnett, A., 1986, 'The 1986 Selsey treasure trove', BNJ, vol. 56, p.178.

Boon, G. C., 1954a, 'Some fragmentary flan-moulds in the Silchester collection at Reading Museum', AntJ, vol. 34, p. 68.

Boon, G. C., 1954b, 'The ancient British coins found at Silchester', AntJ, vol. 34, p. 70.

Boon, G. C., 1957, Roman Silchester. (discussions of Celtic coins, coin moulds and mint equipment)

Boon, G. C., 1973, 'A coin of Caratacus in the National Museum of Wales', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, vol. 25, p. 243.

Boon, G. C., 1974, Silchester, the Roman Town of Calleva. (discussions of Celtic coins and coin moulds)

Boon, G. C., 1982, 'A coin with the head of Cernunnos', SCMB, p. 276.

Boon, G. C., 1983, 'A Dobunnic note', SCMB, p. 145.

Boon, G. C., 1984, 'Another Dobunnic die-link', SCMB, p. 132.

Boon, G. C., 1985. 'Ancient British and Gaulish Coins from Silchester', in: Fulford, M. 1985, p. 13.

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Booth, J., 1997, SCBI 48: Northern Museums.

Borlase, W. 1769, Antiquities, Historical and Monumental, of the County of Cornwall, 2e. (Celtic coin hoard discussed p. 258)

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Bradley, R, 1975, 'Maumbury Rings, Dorchester: the Excavations of 1908-1913', Archaeologia, vol. 105, p. 1. (Celtic coins p. 66)

Bradley, R, 1978, The Prehistoric Settlement of Britain.

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Bradley, R, 1987, 'Stages in the chronological development of hoards and votive deposits', PPS, vol. 53, p.351. (discussion of coin use and currency bars p. 358)

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Brady, J., 1982, SCBI 30: American Collections.

Brailsford, J., 1958, 'Early Iron Age "C" in Wessex', PPS, vol. 24, p. 101. (Celtic coins p. 107)

Brailsford, J., 1962, Hod Hill, vol. 1, Antiquities from Hod Hill in the Durden collection. (currency bars p.15, pl. IX, see also Payne, G. (ed.), ND (1892) for original record)

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Briscoe, Lady G., Carson, R. A G., Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, 'An Icenian coin hoard from Lakenheath, Suffolk', BNJ, vol. 29, pt. 2, p.215.

Brooke, G. C., 1923, 'A small hoard of British or Gaulish coins found near Rochester', NC, series V, vol. 3, p. 156.

Brooke, G. C., 1927, 'Two finds of ancient British coins', NC, series V, vol. 7, p. 370

Brooke, G. C., 1928, 'A find of ancient gold coins at Westerham', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 40, p. 25. (see also Box, E. G. and Brooke, G. C., 1928, above)

Brooke, G. C., 1933a, 'The Philippus in the West and the Belgic Invasions of Britain', NC, Series 5, Vol. 13, p. 88.

Brooke, G. C., 1933b, 'The Distribution of Gaulish and British Coins in Britain', Antiquity, Vol. 7, p. 268.

Brooke, G. C., 1936, 'Belgic coins', in: Wheeler, R. E. M., Veruamium a Belgic and two Roman Cities, p. 223. (NB: coins 3 and 4 transposed, as noted in Antiquaries Journal, 1937, p. 50.)

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Brown, I. D., 1979. 'On estimating the numbers of dies used in a coinage', NCIRC, vol. 87, p. 60.

Brown, P. D. C., 1971, 'A hoard of currency bars from Appleford, Berkshire', PPS, vol. 37, p. 226.

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Brown, T., 1658, Hydriotaphia. (Celtic coin mentioned p. 18)

Brown, T., 1686, Hydriotaphia. (Celtic coin mentioned p. 5)

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Bullied, A. and Gray, H. St. George, 1911, The Glastonbury Lake Village Volume I. (Celtic coins p. 30)

Bullied, A. and Gray, H. St. George, 1917, The Glastonbury Lake Village Volume II. (currency bars p. 394, Celtic coins p. 393)

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Burgon, T., 1839, 'On a mode of ascertaining the places to which ancient British coins belong', NC, series 1, vol. 1, p. 36.

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Burnett, A., 1986b, 'Chatteris, Cambs., Treasure Trove', in: CH, vol. 6, p. 5.

Burnett, A., 1986c, 'Scole, Norfolk, Treasure Trove', in: CH, vol. 6, p. 7.

Burnett, A., 1990, 'Celtic coinage in Britain III: the Waltham St. Lawrence treasure trove', BNJ, vol. 60. p. 13, pls. 7-12.

Burnett, A., 1992a, 'A new Iron Age issue from near Chichester', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 340.

Burnett, A., 1992b, 'Norton Subcourse, Norfolk', CH, vol. 9, p. 32.

Burnett, A., 1994, 'Somerton, Suffolk, treasure trove', BNJ, vol. 64, p. 127.

Burnett, A., 1995, 'Gallo-Belgic coins and Britain', in: Raferty, B. (ed.), Sites and sights of the Iron Age, p. 5.

Burnett, A. and Cowell, M., 1988,'Celtic coinage in Britain II', BNJ, vol. 58, p.1, pls. 1-7.

Burnett, A. and Gregory, A., 1988, 'Norton Subcourse, Norfolk', CH, vol. 8, p. 19.

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Burnham, B. C., 1999, 'The 'small towns' of Roman Britain – the last fifty years', Greep, S. (ed.), Roman Towns: the Wheeler Inheritance, p. 99. (Iron Age mint, p.102)

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Bushe-Fox, J. P., 1916, Third Report on the Excavations on the Site of the Roman Town at Wroxeter Shropshire. (Celtic coins p. 69)

Bushe-Fox, J. P., 1926, First Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent. (Gaulish coin p. 112)

Bushe-Fox, J. P., 1928, Second Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough, Kent. (Celtic coins p. 119)

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Camden, W., 1590, Britannia, 3rd ed. (celtic coin illustrations pp. 314, 321 (mis-printed 221), 327, 342 (misprinted 326) and 343.

Camden, W., 1610, Britannia, translation by Holland.

Camden, W. 1695, Britannia ("Gibson edition")

Camden, W., 1789, Britannia ("Gough edition")

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Carlyon-Britton, P. W. P., 1911, 'Attribution of the ancient British coins inscribed DIAS or DEAS', BNJ, vol. 8, p. 1.

Carson, R. A. G., 1950, 'A hoard of British 'tin' coins from Sunbury-on-Thames', NC, series 6, vol. 10, p. 148.

Carson, R. A. G., 1975, 'Ancient British Silver Coins from Chichester', BNJ, vol. 45, p. 92, pl. 1.

Carson, R. A. G., 1978, 'The Early British Coins', in: Down, A., Chichester Excavations III, p. 330, pl. 18.

Carson, R. A. G, (ed.), 1971, Mints, Dies and Currency, essays dedicated to the memory of Albert Baldwin.

Carter, G. F. and Moore, J. W., 'Calculation of the approximate number of dies and die-combinations of ancient coins from die-link statistics', SCMB, pp. 172, 212 and 241.

Casey, P. J., and Reece, R., 1974 (eds.), Coins and the Archaeologist, BAR Vol. 4, Oxford.

Casey, P. J., 1981, 'The Coins', in: Jarrett, M. G. and Wrathmell, S., Whitton – An Iron Age and Roman Farmstead in South Glamorgan, p. 201.

Chadburn, A., 1990, 'A hoard of Iron Age silver coins from Fring, Norfolk, and some observations on the Icenian coin series', BNJ, vol. 60, p. 1, pls. 1-6.

Chadburn, A., 1991a, 'A new Celtic coin from East Anglia', Britannia, vol. 22, p. 207.

Chadburn, A., 1991b, 'Some observations on the Icenian uninscribed gold series', Celtic Coin Bulletin no. 1, p. 9.

Chadburn, A., 1991c, 'New links between the Icenian coins of AESV and SAENV', Celtic Coin Bulletin no. 1, p. 14.

Chadburn, A., 1991d, 'The Fring coin hoard', Norfolk Archaeology, p. 218.

Chadburn, A., 1992a, 'Amanda Chadburn writes:', in: Mays M. (ed.), 1992, Celtic Coinage: Britain and Beyond, BAR 222, p. 68.

Chadburn, A., 1992b, 'A preliminary analysis of the hoard of Icenian coins from Field Baulk, March, Cambridgeshire', in: Mays M. (ed.), 1992, Celtic Coinage: Britain and Beyond, BAR 222, p. 73.

Chadburn, A., 1995, 'Wolves, crescents, stars and horses: the Iceni and their coins with particular reference to Norfolk', Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Research Group Quarterly, vol. 17, p. 3.

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Chadburn, A., 2003, 'The Iron Age coins', in: Evans, C., Britons and Romans at Chatteris: investigations at Langwood Farm, Cambridgeshire, Britannia, vol. 34, p. 213.

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Champion, T. and Champion, S., 1981, 'The Iron Age in Hampshire', in: Shennan, S. J. and Schadla-Hall, R. T., The Archaeology of Hampshire, p. 37 (Celtic coins mentioned p. 42 and 43)

Chaplin, R. E., 1962, 'Excavations in Rochester, Winter 1961-62', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 77, p. L. also: NCIRC, vol. 70, column158 (Coin moulds and cast bronze coins found)

Cheesman, C., 1994, 'The Coins', in: O'Connell, M. G. and Bird, J., 'The Roman Temple at Wanborough excavation, 1985-1986, Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. 82, p. 31.

Cheesman, C., 1998a, 'Correspondence: criticism of Reiner Kretz's interpretation of "Big Fish" for Tincomarus', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 208.

Cheesman, C., 1998b, 'Tincomarus Commi filius', Britannia, vol. 29, p. 309.

Cheesman, C., 2007, 'Iron Age Coins', in: Williams, D., 'Green Lane, Wanborough: excavations at the Roman religious site 1999', Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. 93, p. 227.

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Colbert de Beaulieu, J.-B., 1951, 'Le monnayage Coriosolite', NCIRC, vol. 59, col. 321.

Colbert de Beaulieu, J.-B., 1952, 'Le statére casqué de Vercingétorix', NCIRC, vol. 60, col. 77.

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Collis, J. R., 1971b, 'Markets and Money', in: Jesson, M. and Hill, D. 1971, Collis, J. R., 1974a, 'A Functionalist Approach to Pre-Roman Coinage', in: Casey and Reece 1974, p. 1.

Collis, J. R., 1978, Winchester Excavations 1949-1960, vol. 2. (coin mould fragment p. 6.

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Collis, J. R., 1984b, Oppida – Earliest towns North of the Alps.

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Cottam, G., 1992b, 'A possible minim coinage of Vep Corf', NCIRC, vol.100, p. 305.

Cottam, G., 1993, 'Correspondence: Yarmouth Stater conjectures', NCIRC, vol. 101, p. 243.

Cottam, G., 1996, 'Further confirmation of a Kentish alliance? – light shed on a new bronze unit of Verica', BNJ, vol. 66, p. 113.

Cottam, G., 1997, 'An overstruck silver coin of Verica', BNJ, vol. 67, p. 95.

Cottam, G., 1999, 'The "cock bronzes" and other related Iron Age bronze coins found predominantly in West Sussex and Hampshire', BNJ, vol.69, p. 1.

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Cottam, G., 2006, 'The Leicestershire hoards', NCIRC, vol. 114, p. 330.

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Cuddeford, M. J., 1998, 'A Tasciovanus quarter stater', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 7.

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Klawans, Z., 1980, 'A sestertius overstruck with Cavino dies', NCIRC, vol. 88, p. 6. (Discusses a modern forgery struck over a genuine ancient coin)

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Kretz, R., 1998a, 'The Early Gold Staters of Tasciovanus – a Re-appraisal of the First Series', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 2.

Kretz, R., 1998b, 'From Kentish lad to Essex man. The enigma of Dubnovellaunos', CRL 31.

Kretz, R., 1998c, 'Correspondence (Tincomaros name)', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 358.

Kretz, R., 1999, 'On the track of the Norfolk wolf', CRL 48.

Kretz, R., 2000a, 'The Early Gold Staters of Tasciovanus – A Postscript', NCIRC, vol. 108, p. 49.

Kretz, R., 2000b, 'The 'RICON' Staters of Tasciovanus', NCIRC, vol. 108, p. 97.

Kretz, R., 2001a, 'The quarter staters of Tasciovanus', NCIRC, vol. 109, p. 6.

Kretz, R., 2001b, 'Tasciavanos' second coinage series – a first classification', NCIRC, vol. 109, p. 234.

Kretz, R., 2002, 'The problem of Andoco', NCIRC, vol. 110, p. 267.

Kretz, R., 2006a, 'A new take on Togodumnos', CRL 86.

Kretz, R., 2006b, 'The silver coinage of Tasciovanus', in: de Jersey, P. (ed.), 2006, Celtic coinage: new discoveries, new discussions, BAR S1532, p. 183.

Kretz, R., 2007, 'The coinage of Rues', BNJ, vol. 77, p. 1.

Kretz, R., 2008a, 'The Trinovantian staters of Dubnovellaunos', BNJ, vol. 78, p. 1.

Kretz, R., 2008b, 'A new biga stater variant of Cunobelinus', NCIRC, vol. 116, p. 55.

Kretz, R., 2010, 'The biga gold of Cunobelius', BNJ, vol. 80, p. 24.

Kretz, R., 2011, 'Mystery of Whaddon Chase Hoard Coin Resolved After 160 Years', NCIRC, vol. 119, p.. 141.

Kretz, R., 2013, 'Two New Dubnovellaunos 'Sunburst' Staters and a Cantian Conundrum', NCIRC, vol. 120, p. 67.

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Laing, L. 1961, 'Belgic Flan Moulds from Britain', SCMB, p. 383. (useful survey of finds with discussion)

Laing, L., 1962, 'Coin Production in the Ancient World', SCMB, p. 463. (general discussion of minting techniques)

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Lawrence, L. A., 1906, 'Forgery in relation to numismatics (continued)', BNJ, vol. 3, p. 281.

Lawrence, L. A., 1907, 'Forgery in relation to numismatics Part II', BNJ, vol. 4, p. 311.

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Leins, I., 2008, 'What can be inferred from the regional stylistic diversity of Iron Age coinage', in: Garrow, D., Gosden, C. and Hill, J. D., 2008, Rethinking Celtic Art, p. 100.

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Leins, I., 2011b, 'Fragments Reunited: Reconstructing the Bedworth Iron age Hoard, NC, vol. 171, pp. 81-86.

Leins, I., 2013, 'The Coins', in: Hurst, D. and Leins, I., 2013, 'The Pershore Hoards and Votive Deposition in the Iron Age', PPS, vol. 79, p. 305. (includes a methodology for distinguishing votive hoards from emergency deposits)

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Lister, C. W., 1976, 'Notes on two ancient British forgeries', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 321.

Lhuyd, E., 1707, Archaeologia Britannica, vol. 1, Glossography. (no discussion of coins but important 18th century work on Celts)

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Lockyear, K., 2012, 'Dating coins, dating with coins', OJA, vol. 31., p. 191. (discussion of coin and hoard dating methodology)

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Maxen Wledig (pseudonym), 1966, 'Celtic Coins from Dragonby', SCMB, p. 199.

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Mildenburg, L., 1962, 'False staters of Mithrapata and Pericles', NCIRC, vol. 70, p. 29. (description of modern forgeries)

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Mossop, H. R., 1969, 'Five Recently Found Ancient British Coins', BNJ, vol.38, p. 181, pl. 9.

Mossop, H. R., 1970, 'More Finds of Coritani Coins in Linconshire', BNJ, vol. 39, p. 162, pl. 10.

Mossop, H. R., 1971, 'Further Discoveries of Coritanian Coins in Lincolshire and Rutland', BNJ, vol. 40, p. 171, pl. 40.

Mossop, H. R., 1976a, 'More die linking in ancient British Coins', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 143.

Mossop, H. R., 1976b, 'Another coin from Cunobelin's biga issue', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 190.

Mossop, H. R., 1976c, 'Die links in ancient British coins', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 234.

Mossop, H. R., 1976d, 'Three recently discovered quarter staters of the Iceni', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 275.

Mossop, H. R., 1976e, 'A coin of Dubnovellaunus', NCIRC, vol. 84, p. 415.

Mossop, H. R., 1976f, 'Two Notes on Ancient British Coins', SCMB, p. 379.

Mossop, H. R., 1977a, 'A New Silver Coin from the Iceni', SCMB, p. 3.

Mossop, H. R., 1977b, 'An Ancient British Note', SCMB, p. 170.

Mossop, H. R., 1977c, 'An Unrecorded Minim of the Iceni', SCMB, p. 206.

Mossop, H. R., 1978a, 'A new silver Celtic coin found in the territory of the Iceni', SCMB, p. 74.

Mossop, H. R., 1978b, 'A new variation of the Face/Horse coins of the Iceni', SCMB, p. 139.

Mossop, H. R., 1979a, 'Two ancient British notes', SCMB, p. 181.

Mossop, H. R., 1979b, 'An Elusive Icenian Legend', Britannia, vol. 10, p. 258. (gives: "SUBRI PRASTO/ESICO FECIT")

Mossop, H. R., 1980a, 'Another coin from the Face-Horse series', SCMB, p. 105.

Mossop, H. R., 1980b, 'Three ancient British coins', SCMB, p. 305.

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Piggott, S., 1959, 'The Carnyx in Early Iron Age Britain', AntJ, vol. 39, p. 19. (survey of carnyx finds, no discussion of coin images)

Piggott, S., 1968, The Druids.

Piggott, S., 1985, William Stukeley, and Eighteenth-Centruy Antiquary, 2e.

Piggott, S., 1989, Ancient Britons and the Antiquarian Imagination.

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Pitt-Rivers, A. H., 1881, 'Excavations at Mount Caburn Camp, Near Lewes, Conducted in September and October, 1877, and July, 1878', Archaeologia Vol. 46, p. 423. (Celtic coin finds pp. 483, 484, 485 and 487)

Pitt-Rivers, A. H., 1887, Excavations in Cranbourne Chase near Rushmore, on the borders of Dorset and Wilts., vol. I. (Celtic coin finds pp. 14, 16, 19, 47, 90, 122, 151 and 152, pl. LIV)

Pitt-Rivers, A. H., 1888, Excavations in Cranbourne Chase near Rushmore, on the borders of Dorset and Wilts., vol. II. (Celtic coin finds pp. 113 and 188, pl. CXXIV)

Pitt-Rivers, A. H., 1892, Excavations in Cranbourne Chase near Rushmore, on the borders of Dorset and Wilts., vol. III. (Celtic coins not found at Woodyates p. 16)

Pitt-Rivers, A. H., 1898, Excavations in Cranbourne Chase near Rushmore, on the borders of Dorset and Wilts., vol. IV. (Celtic coins p. 240, pl. 317)

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Pollard, M., 1984, 'Celtic Gold Coinage - notes on analyses', in: Cunliffe, B. W., Danebury and Iron Age Hillfort in Hampshire, vol. 2, The excavations 1969-1978: the finds, p. 332, microfiche 9.A4, 9.A5)

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Post(e), B., 1848, 'On the place of Caesar's landing in Britain', Collectanae Antigua, vol. 1, p. 73.

Poste, B., 1852a, 'Answer to the remarks by John Evans, Esq., on The Coins of Cunobeline and of the Ancient Britons', NC, series I, vol. 15, p. 1.

Poste, B., 1852b, 'On the date of British Coins inscribed, "Dubnovellaunos" and on the legend Tasciovani F', NC, series I, vol. 15, p. 208.

Poste, B., 1853a, The Coins of Cunobeline and of the Ancient Britons (expanded edition).

Poste, B., 1853b, Britannic Researches, or new facts and rectifications of Ancient British History.

Poste, B., 1855, 'Correction of errors representing the coinage of the ancient Celtic kings of Britain', NC, series I, vol. 18, p. 105.

Poste, B., 1856, 'Coins of the Celtic Kings of England' NC, series I, vol. 18, p. 105.

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Reece, R., 1984, 'The Coins', in: Frere, S. S., Verulamium Excavations, vol. 2, p. 3..

Reece, R., 1987, 'The Coins', in: Sunter, N. and Woodward, P. J., Romano-British Industries in Purbeck, p. 95.

Reece, R., 1993, 'The Coins', in: Lucas, R. N., The Romano-British Villa at Halstock, Dorset Excavations 1967-1985, p. 75.

Reece, R., 1995, 'Coinage', in: Wymer, J. J. and Brown, N. R., Excavations at North Shoebury: settlement and economy in south-east Sussex 1500BC-AD1500, p. 68.

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Robinson, P. H., 1977, 'A Local Iron Age Coinage in Silver and Perhaps Gold in Wiltshire', BNJ, vol. 47, p. 5.

Robinson, P. H., 1980, 'A Problematical Find of Ancient British and Gaulish Coins from 'Near Portsmouth' in 1830', BNJ, vol. 50, p. 1.

Robinson, P. H., 1982, 'Recent acquisitions by Devizes Museum of Ancient British, Saxon and Norman coins', WAM, 1981, vol. 76, p. 83

Robinson, P. H., 1993, 'Iron Age Coins from Cunetio and Mildenhall', WAM, 1993, vol. 86, p. 147.

Robinson, P. H., 2000, 'The Dobunnic branched emblem, again', CRL 53.

Robinson, P. H., 2010, 'The East Wiltshire group', CRL 109.

Rodwell, K. A., 1988, The prehistoric and Roman settlement at Kelvedon, Essex. (Celtic coins p. 78, pl. VIII)

Rodwell, W. R., 1976, 'Coinage, Oppida and the Rise of Belgic Power in Southeast Britain', in: Cunliffe, B. W. and Rowley, T. 1976.

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Ross, A., 1986, Druids, Gods & Heroes from Celtic Mythology.

Ross, A., 1999, 'The Bury Diadem', CRL 41.

Ross, A. and Robbins, D., 1989, The Life and Death of a Druid Prince.

Ross, S., 2011, Celtic Coins in the Hunter Coin Cabinet.

Roth, B., 1904, 'Notes on three British gold coins recently found near Abingdon', BNJ, vol. 1, p. 61.

Roth, B., 1906, 'A find of Ancient British Coins at South Ferriby, near Barton-onHumber, Lincolnshire', BNJ, vol. III, p.1.

Roth, B., 1907, 'A hoard of staters and "gold bullets," recently discovered in France: – with special reference to the ancient British staters of the type of Evans Plate B, no. 8', BNJ, vol. 4, p. 221.

Roth, B., 1908, 'A large hoard of gold and silver ancient British coins of the Brigantes, found at South Ferriby, Lincolnshire, in 1906', NC, series IV, vol. 8, p. 17.

Roth, B., 1909a, 'A unique ancient British gold stater of the Brigantes (?a pattern)', NC, series IV, vol. 9, p. 7.

Roth, B., 1909b, 'A false ancient British coin', NC, series IV, vol. 9, p. 430.

Roth, B., 1912a, 'Ancient Gaulish Coins, including those of the Channel Isles', BNJ, vol. 9, p. 1. (also issued as a bound offprint 1913)

Roth, B., 1912b, 'Exhibitions: Three ancient British coins and other relics, found at Peterborough', BNJ, vol. 9, p. 409.

Roth, B., 1912c, 'Exhibitions: An inscribed bronze coin of the Brigantes', BNJ, vol. 9, p. 422.

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Rudd, C, 1953, Report of objects found at Badbury Rings, Dorset, between 1952-1953 prepared for Lieut.-Col. Drew. (not published)

Rudd, C., 1991, 'The hidden treasure house: the Celtic coins of Britain', CNEWS, Oct. 1991, p.42.

Rudd, C., 1992a, 'The Nottingham Celts', CNEWS, Jan, 1992, p. 38.

Rudd, C., 1992b, 'VA 1235-1: Anatomy of a Celtic stater', CNEWS, Apr. 1992, p. 41.

Rudd, C., 1992c, 'The horse in Celtic art and coinage', CNEWS, May, 1992, p. 38.

Rudd, C., 1992d, 'The Bristol forger', CNEWS, Sep. 1991, p. 33.

Rudd, C., 1992e, 'Golden Locketts', CNEWS, Oct, 1992, p. 36.

Rudd, C., 1993, 'South Worcestershire hoard of Celtic coins', Treasure Hunting, Nov, 1993, p.12.

Rudd, C., 1994, 'War trumpet or snake?', NCIRC, vol. 102, p. 262.

Rudd, C., 1996, 'Coin hoards rename Celtic king', CNEWS, Jul, 1996, p.15.

Rudd, C., 1998a, 'Celtic Coinage of Britain', Coin Yearbook 1998, p. 93.

Rudd, C., 1998b, 'Duck helmet', CNEWS, May, 1998, p.35.

Rudd, C., 1998c, 'Verica and the fortune teller', CNEWS, Oct, 1998, p. 30.

Rudd, C., 1998d, 'Cunobeline and the shining one', CNEWS, Nov, 1998, p. 31.

Rudd, C., 1998e, 'Britain's first coins', Coins and Antiquities, Nov, 1998, p. 51.

Rudd, C., 1998f, 'Coins of king Prasutagus in Celtic hoard', CNEWS, Dec, 1998, p. 29.

Rudd, C., 1998g, 'The Burnham Market hoard', Treasure Hunting, Dec, 1998, p. 38.

Rudd, C., 1999a, 'The hidden faces of Tasciovanus', CNEWS, Jan, 1999, p. 25.

Rudd, C., 1999b, 'Esup R Asu and the owl', CNEWS, Feb, 1999, p. 25.

Rudd, C., 1999c, 'Dating coins of the Eceni', CRL 41.

Rudd, C., 1999d, 'Norfolk god or Norfolk Queen?' CNEWS, Apr, 1999, p. 31.

Rudd, C., 2000a, 'Husband of British Queen changes his name', CNEWS, Mar, 2000, p. 27.

Rudd, C., 2000b, 'The Forncett hoard', CRL 50.

Rudd, C., 2000c, 'The face that launched 80,000 deaths', CNEWS, Oct, 2000, p. 23.

Rudd, C., 2001a, 'Tribal or regional?', CRL 55.

Rudd, C., 2001b, 'Hengistbury Hairy. Neue Interpretationen zür keltischen Numismatik', Money Trend, Apr, 2001, p. 52.

Rudd, C., 2001c, 'Fincham hoard', Treasure Hunting, May, 2001, p. 12.

Rudd, C., 2001d, 'Unique Celtic coin named after finder', Money Trend, Jun, 2001, p. 50.

Rudd, C., 2001e, 'Boudicca myth', CRL 58.

Rudd, C., 2002a, 'Baby wolf found in Norfolk', CNEWS, Jan, 2002, p. 8.

Rudd, C., 2002b, 'Unpublished Celtic gold hoard found in Norfolk', The Searcher, Feb, 2002.

Rudd, C., 2002c, 'A gripping idea', CRL 65.

Rudd, C., 2002d, 'Silidu king of Kent', CRL 66.

Rudd, C., 2003a, 'A new Ale Sca type', CRL 67.

Rudd, C., 2003b, 'First gold of Lat Ison', CRL 69

Rudd, C., 2003c, 'Huge druid hoard found in Leicestershire', CNEWS, Jun, 2003, p 23.

Rudd, C., 2003d, 'Two Celtic rarities', The Searcher, Oct, 2003.

Rudd, C., 2003e, 'Celtic cow bone hoard', CNEWS, Oct, 2003, p. 22.

Rudd, C., 2003f, 'A crop of Gold', The Searcher, Nov, 2003, p. 6.

Rudd, C., 2003g 'Druids and coins', CRL 72.

Rudd, C., 2003h, 'Ash and the Dobunnic tree', CRL 72.

Rudd, C., 2004a, 'Forger's hoard found in Hampshire', The Searcher, Feb, 2004, p. 60.

Rudd, C., 2004b, 'Celtic hoard found in Kent may be linked to Caesar', CNEWS, Mar, 2004, p. 24.

Rudd, C., 2004c, 'King Sam of Kent', CNEWS, Jun, 2004.

Rudd, C., 2004d, 'Aedic is Anted', CRL 76.

Rudd, C., 2004e, 'Silchester hoard', CNEWS, Jul, 2004.

Rudd, C., 2004f, 'Embargoed.State stops export of Celtic coins', CNEWS, Aug, 2004, p. 23.

Rudd, C., 2004g, 'Celtic gold hoards lost be slave traders?' CNEWS, Oct, 2004, p. 25.

Rudd, C., 2004h, 'Is this how King Cunobeline cut his hair?', CNEWS, Dec, 2004, p. 25.

Rudd, C., 2005a, 'Der IBSCC Report über die Cheriton Fälshcungen', Münzen Revue, Jun, 2005, p. 10.

Rudd, C., 2005b, 'Celtic treasure case sets new precedent?', CNEWS, Aug, 2005.

Rudd, C., 2005c, 'New Celtic coin as made in China', The Searcher, Aug, 2005, p. 9.

Rudd, C., 2006a, 'Wandernde Stempelschneider?', Münzen Revue, Jan, 2006.

Rudd, C., 2006b, 'Huge Iron Age hoard found on the Isle of Wight', CNEWS, Feb, 2006, p. 32.

Rudd, C., 2006c, 'Celtic fakes found', CNEWS, Oct, 2006, p. 16.

Rudd, C., 2006d, 'Inam(uetoutos?) and Ale fe(cit) Scavo', CRL 88.

Rudd, C., 2006e, 'New coin confirms old king – or was he a queen?', CNEWS, Jul, 2006, p.34.

Rudd, C., 2006f, 'How four lost rulers were found', Current Archaeology, vol. 205, p. 34.

Rudd, C., 2006g, 'The Belgae and Regini', in: de Jersey, P. (ed,), Celtic Coinage, New Discoveries, New Discussions, BAR S1532, p. 145, (the article was a conference publication addition after the meeting).

Rudd, C., 2007a, 'Where was Caniduro', CRL 93.

Rudd, C., 2007b, 'The Buckingham gold hoard', CNEWS, May, 2007, p. 36.

Rudd, C., 2007c, 'New doubt cast on coins of Queen Boudicca's husband', Münzen Revue, May, 2008, p. 18.

Rudd, C., 2007d, 'Neue Keltisch Fälschungen', Münzen Revue, Jun, 2007, p. 16

Rudd, C., 2007e, 'Big Fish nets £7000', Searcher, Oct, 2007, p. 6.

Rudd, C., 2007f, 'Unique King Sam coin', The Searcher, Dec, 2007, p. 6.

Rudd, C., 2008a, 'The kingdom of the dog', CRL 99.

Rudd, C., 2008b, 'Who were the Ancient Britons?', CRL 100.

Rudd, C., 2008c, 'Who were the Iceni?', CRL 100.

Rudd, C., 2008d, '£35,000 of Celtic gold for £100', Treasure Hunting, Sep, 2008, p. 37.

Rudd, C., 2008e, 'Touto, a new king in Kent?', CRL 101.

Rudd, C., 2008g, 'Coin moulds found in Herts.', CNEWS, Oct, 2008, p. 12.

Rudd, C., 2008h, 'Did Cunobeline control the Iceni?', CRL 102.

Rudd, C., 2009a, 'Horned god or druid priest?', CRL 103.

Rudd, C., 2009b, 'King's gold hoard from Sussex', CNEWS, Jan, 2009, p. 41.

Rudd, C., 2009c, 'Who was Trocc(os)?', CRL 104.

Rudd, C., 2009d, 'Clovert king or clover queen?', The Searcher, 2009, Jun, p. 45.

Rudd, C., 2009e, 'New 'Kermit' coin may hint that Cantian kings were slave traders', CRL 108.

Rudd, C., 2010a, 'Celtic hammer-god found in Kent', CNEWS, Jan, 2010.

Rudd, C., 2010b, 'Cunobeline's biga: three coins in one?', CRL 111.

Rudd, C., 2010c, 'Who was Cartivellaunos?', CRL 112.

Rudd, C., 2010d, 'Agricu, war hound?', CRL 112.

Rudd, C., 2010e, 'A Cunobeline silver half unit from Kent', CRL 113.

Rudd, C., 2010f, 'Apollo gets a perm', CRL 114.

Rudd, C., 2011a, '?Anarevito(s), another king in Kent', CRL 115.

Rudd, C., 2011b, 'Hobble chain and Bicester half', CRL 116.

Rudd, C., 2011c, 'Talking heads', CRL 117.

Rudd, C., 2011d, 'Carl's crown and other crowns of the Iceni', CRL 119.

Rudd, C., 2011e, 'Boduoc and Cunobeline's western empire', CRL 120.

Rudd, C., 2012a, 'Vosenos, son of Dubnovellaunos?', CRL 122.

Rudd, C., 2012b, 'Thumbs Up, a victory stater. But Whose?', CRL 123.

Rudd, C., 2012c, 'AGR and his brothers', CRL 124.

Rudd, C., 2012d, 'Who is E?', CRL 126.

Rudd, C., 2013a, 'Who struck the Classic Left stater?', CRL 127.

Rudd, C., 2013b, 'How ancient British coins became Celtic', CRL 128.

Rudd, C., 2013c, 'Forger's punch found near Andover', CRL, 129.

Rudd, C., 2013d, Britain's first coins.

Rudd, C., 2014, 'Andoco in Kent, CRL 138.

Ruding, R., 1817, Annals of the Coinage of Britain, 1e.

Ruding, R., 1819, Annals of the Coinage of Britain, 2e.

Ruding, R., 1840, Annals of the Coinage of Britain, 3e.

Rudling, D., 1979, 'Invasion and Response: Downland Settlement in East Sussex', in: Burnham, B. and Johnson, H., Invasion and Response, BAR S 73, pp. 339-356. (finds of Celtic coins discussed, pp. 341, 351-352)

Rudling, D., 1982, 'Coin', in: Drewett, P., The Archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape. (Find of a Kentish Cast Bronze, p. 17)

Rudling, D., 1987, 'An Iron Age Gold Coin found at Ditchling', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 125, p. 238.

Rudling, D., 1988, 'An Iron Age Silver Coin found at Ditchling', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 126, p. 229.

Rudling, D., 1993, 'Iron Age Coin', in: Rodwell, W., The Origins and Early Development of Witham, Essex, p. 110.

Rudling, D., 1999, 'Pits and potins: a report on a new potin coin find from the Caburn', in: Drewett, P. and Hamilton, S., 1999, 'Marking time and making space', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 137, pp. 28-29.

Russell, M., 2010, Bloodlines – The Celtic Kings of Roman Britain.

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Sahlins, M., 1974, Stone Age Economics.

Salway, P., 1981, Roman Britain, Oxford.

Sammes, A., 1676, Britannia Antiqua Illustrata. ('The Chronicle of the Celtic Kings' p. 147, from the Annius of Viterbo forgery of the late 1400s)

Sandars, N. K., 1968, Prehistoric Art in Europe.

Saville, A., 1983, Excavations at Uley Bury Hillfort Gloucestershire 1976, (currency bars p. 21, microfiche record B9, row 2, frame 5)

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Scarre, C. and Healy, F., 1993, Trade and Exchange in Prehistoric Europe.

Scheers, S., 1969, Les monnaies de la Gaule inspirées de celles de la République romaine, Leuven.

Scheers, S., 1970, 'L'histoire monétaire des Suessiones avant l'arrivée de Cèsar', Ancient Society, Vol. 1, p. 135.

Scheers, S., 1972 'Coinage and Currency of the Belgic Tribes during the Gallic War', BNJ Vol 41, p. 1.

Scheers, S., 1975, Les monnaies gauloises de la collection A. Danicourt à Peronne (France, Somme), Bruxelles.

Scheers, S., 1978, Monnaies gauloises de Seine-Maritime, Rouen.

Scheers, S., 1979, 'Les imitations celtiques des monnaies romaines en Angleterre et leur signification historique', in: Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics, pp. 619-623.

Scheers, S., 1980a, 'Les monnaies gauloises trouvées a Vermand', Cahiers Numismatiques No 7, p. 105.

Scheers, S., 1980b, 'Les monnaies d'or des Aulerci Eburovices', Acta Archaeologica Lovaniensia, vol. 19, p. 1.

Scheers, S., 1981a, 'The Origins and Evolution of Coinage in Belgic Gaul', in: Cunliffe, B. W., (ed.), 1981a, Coinage and Society in Britain and Gaul: Some Current Problems, CBA Research Report No. 38, p. 18.

Scheers, S., 1981b, Les monnaies gauloises du musée d'Evreux, Rouen.

Scheers, S., 1982a, 'Les imitations celtiques des monnaies romaines en Angleterre et leur signification historique', Actes du 9e Congres International de Numismatique, Berne, Vol. I, p. 619, Louvain-la-Neuve, Luxembourg.

Scheers, S., 1982b, 'Les monnaies trouvées au fanum de Chilly (Somme) de 1978 à 1980', Rev. Arch. de Picardie, Vol. 4, p. 92.

Scheers, S. 1983, La Gaule Belgique, second edition, Leuven.

Scheers, S., 1984a, 'La datation des monnaies d'or au cavalier arme', in: Grasmann, G., Janssen, W. and Brandt, M. 1984, BAR 200, p. 360.

Scheers. S., 1984b, 'Les Potins au Rameau B', Revue du Nord, P. 99.

Scheers, S., 1984c, 'Monnaies gauloises et romaines trouvées a Liberchies en 1981', Jean Elsen List 69, p. 2.

Scheers, S., 1984d, 'Le trésor de Fraire-2 (1981-1984)', Jean Elsen List 74, p. 6.

Scheers, S., 1987a, 'La numismatique d'Alésia. Quelques précisions', in: Belmont, C., et al (eds.), 1987, Mélanges offerts au Docteur J.-B. Colbert de Beaulieu, p. 743.

Scheers, S., 1987b, 'Le trésor de Saint-Quentin et la statères unifaces des Classes IV et VI', in: Mélanges de Numismatique – offerts à Pierre Bastien a l'occasion de son 75e anniversaire, p. 345.

Scheers, S., 1992a, 'Celtic coin types in Britain and their Mediterranean origins', in: Mays M. (ed.), 1992, Celtic Coinage: Britain and Beyond, BAR 222, p. 33.

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Seaby, P., 1949, 'The story of the English coinage: Celtic coins', SCMB, p. 5.

Seaby, W. A., 1940, 'A Gold Stater found at Langley, Worcestershire', TBWAS, vol. 61, p. 81.

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Sellwood, D. G., 1963, 'Experiments in Greek Minting Technique', NC, Series 7, Vol, 3, p. 226.

Sellwood, D. G., 1976, 'Minting', in: Strong, D. and Brown, D. Roman Crafts, London and New York, p. 63.

Sellwood, D. G., 1980, 'President's Address', NC, series 7, vol. 20, pp. i-vii. (coin moulds discussed, pp. vi-vii)

Sellwood, L. C., 1980, 'Note on Nine Ancient British Coins from Bath', BNJ, vol. 50, p. 128.

Sellwood, L. C., 1983a, 'A Numismatic Note on the Dobunnic Branched Emblem', OJA, Mar. 1983, p. 113.

Sellwood, L. C., 1983b, 'The Mount Battan Celtic Coins', OJA, Jul. 1983, p. 199.

Sellwood, L. C., 1984a, 'Gallo-Belgic C Stater', in: Cunliffe, B. W. 1984, p. 332.

Sellwood, L. C., 1984b, 'Verica Stater, Mack no 121', in: Cunliffe, B. W. 1984, p. 334.

Sellwood, L. C., 1984c, 'Tribal Boundaries Viewed from the Perspective of Numismatic Evidence', in: Cunliffe, B. W. and Miles, D. 1984, p. 191.

Sellwood, L. C., 1984d, 'Peripheral Celtic Coinages in Britain: New Research', in: Grasmann, G., Janssen W. and Brandt, M. 1984, p. 406.

Sellwood, L. C., 1985, 'A link between the Dobunni and British M', OJA, vol. 4, p. 241.

Sellwood, L. C., 1987, 'Non-Durotrigan Celtic Coins', in: Cunliffe 1987b, p. 138.

Sellwood, L. C., 1988, 'Coins', in: Wickenden, W. P., Excavations at Great Dunmow, Essex, EAA 41, p. 84.

Sellwood, L. C., 1993, 'The Celtic Coins', in: Woodward, A. and Leach, P., The Uley Shrines Excavations of a ritual complex on West hill, Uley, Gloucestershire: 1977-9, p. 82.

Sellwood, L. C. and Mays, M., 1984, 'Coins', in: Cunliffe, B. W., Danebury and Iron Age Hillfort in Hampshire, vol. 2, The excavations 1969-1978: the finds, p. 332, microfiche 9.A3)

Sellwood, L. C. and Metcalf, D. M., 1986, 'A Celtic Silver Coin of Previously Unpublished Type from St Nicholas at Wade, Thanet: the Prototype for Anglo-Saxon Sceattas of BMC Type 37?', BNJ, vol. 56, p. 181.

Sestini, D., 1826, Sopra I Moderni Falsificatori di Medaglia Grechi Antiche nei tre Metalli. (Becker forgeries)

Sharples, N., 1991, Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6. (Celtic coins, p. 71, 155, 158, fig. 131, microfiche A3 and A4)

Shennan, S., 1985, Experiments in the Collection and Analysis of Archaeological Survey Data: The East Hampshire Survey. (Celtic coins p. 77)

Sheppard, T. and Musham, J. F., 1920, 'Money Scales and Weights', NCIRC, vol. 28, cols. 4, 174, 269, 349; vol. 29, cols. 205, 310, 401, 492; vol. 30, cols. 16, 208, 299, 382, 494; vol. 31, col. 200. (Detailed survey of coin scales)

Sherlock, R. J., 1956, 'A nineteenth-century manuscript book on coins', BNJ, vol. 28, pt. 2, p. 394.

Shortt, H. de. S., 1950, 'A coin of the Dobunni', BNJ, vol. 26, pt. 2, p. 213.

Shortt, H. de. S., 1960, 'A new Durotrigan hoard from Godshill, Hampshire', BNJ, vol. 30, pt. 1, p. 1.

Shortt, H. de. S., 1965, 'Three Ancient British Coins', BNJ, vol. 34, p. 166.

Sills, J., 1991, 'Interpreting the coin legends of the Corieltauvi', Celtic Coin Bulletin no. 1, p. 30.

Sills, J., 1995, 'The Volisios legend on coins of the Corieltauvi', NCIRC, vol. 103, p. 260.

Sills, J., 1996, 'The summer of 54 BC', NCIRC vol. 014, p. 334.

Sills, J., 1997a, 'The earliest British coins: dating the undated', CRL 27.

Sills, J., 1997b, 'Coinage of the British coalition against Caesar', NCIRC, vol. 105, p. 324.

Sills, J., 1998, 'The ABC of Westerham gold', CRL 33.

Sills, J., 1999a, 'Early Corieltauvian gold', CRL 43.

Sills, J., 1999b, 'A Philip III stater from Kent', CRL 46.

Sills, J., 1999c, 'Three Philippus imitations from Essex', CRL 46.

Sills, J., 2000a, 'The Ingoldthorpe stater and the study of Iron Age coins', CRL 49.

Sills, J., 2000b, 'The silver coinage of Bodvoc', CRL 52.

Sills, J., 2000c, 'Crossed lines staters', CRL 53.

Sills, J., 2001, 'A new trumpet type half stater', CRL 58.

Sills, J., 2003a, Gaulish and Early British gold coinage.

Sills, J., 2003b, 'Imitation Philippi from Britain', CRL 69.

Sills, J., 2003c, 'Celtic or Roman? AGR and ESVPRASTO', CRL 70.

Sills, J., 2003d, 'Dobunnic staters: a new sequence', CRL 72.

Sills, J., 2005, 'Identifying Gallic War uniface staters', CRL 83.

Sills, J., 2006, 'Identifying 'boat type' quarter staters', CRL 90.

Sills, J., 2008a, 'What at difference a letter makes', CRL 98.

Sills, J., 2008b, 'A century of Celtic coins', CRL 100.

Sills, J., 2009a, 'Gaulish letters on British coins', CRL 108.

Sills, J., 2009b, 'Tarquimpol and Pegasus gold', in: Van Heersch, J. and Heeren, I. (eds.), 2009, Coinage in the Iron Age. Essays in honor of Simone Scheers, p. 363.

Sills, J., 2011, 'South Ferriby staters', CRL 118.

Sills, J., 2012a, 'Augustus, Dubnovellaunos, and the man in the mound', CRL 121.

Sills, J., 2012b, 'A new Corieltauvian stater', CRL 122.

Sills, J., 2012c, 'Dobunnic quarter staters', CRL 125.

Sills, J., 2013, 'A new Amminius, and old question: who or what was Sego?', CRL 132.

Sills, J., 2014, 'The tribute staters of Tasciovanus', CRL 133.

Sim, G., 1861, 'Notes on an ancient British cold coin inscribed Bodvoc', PSAS, vol. IV, pt. 2, p. 432.

Simkin, O., 2009, 'Gaulish Letters on British Coins', CRL 108.

Simkin, O., 2010, 'What does rigor mean?', CRL 111.

Sitch, B., 1993, 'Thomas Sheppard, the Morfitts of Altwick and Allen coin number 223', Yorkshire Arch. J., vol. 65, p. 11

Sjoestedt, M., 1949, Celtic Golds and Heroes.

Skinner, J., 1818, manuscript: 'Coins found at Camerton up to November 15th, 1818', in: Wedlake, W. J., Excavations at Camerton, Somerset, p. 241.

Smiles, S., 1994, The Image of Antiquity – Ancient Britain and the Romantic Imagination.

Smith, C. R., 1847, 'British coins found in 1845 at Chesterford', Archaeologia, vol. 32, p. 355.

Smith, C. R., 1848a, 'Coins found in Kent', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 1, p. 5.

Smith, C. R., 1848b, 'Gold British, or Gaulish coins, found at Bognor and Alfriston in Sussex', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 1, p. 9.

Smith, C. R., 1848c, 'Gaulish coins found in Brittany', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 1, p. 107.

Smith, C. R., 1848d, 'British and Gaulish coins found in Kent', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 1, p. 176.

Smith, C. R., 1848e, 'British coins', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 1, p. 179.

Smith, C. R., 1850, The Antiquities of Richborough, Reculver, and Lyme, in Kent. (Celtic coins p.120)

Smith, C. R., 1853, 'British silver coins recently found at Weston in Norfolk', NC, series I, vol. 15, p. 98.

Smith, C. R., 1861, 'Rare and unpublished British and Roman coins', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 5, p. 245.

Smith, C. R., 1863a, 'Coins Found in Kent', in: Collectanea Antiqua No. I , p. 5.

Smith, C. R., 1863b, 'Gold British, or Gaulish Coins Found at Bognor and Alfriston in Sussex', in: Collectanea Antiqua Vol. 1, p. 9.

Smith, C. R., 1868a, 'Roman remains discovered on Hod Hill, Dorsetshire', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 6, p. 1. (currency bar p. 5, pl. II)

Smith, C. R., 1868b, 'Romano-British fictilia', Collectanea Antigua, vol. 6, p. 48. (this article released ca.1862, Central Gaulish potter's stamp "BODVOCF" listed p. 72)

Smith, R. A., 1901, 'Antiquarian discovery at Hawkshill, near Letherhead', Surrey Archaeological Collections, vol. 16, p. 251. (find of a "wheel money" object)

Smith, R. A., 1905, 'Paper on ancient British Iron Currency', PSA, series II, vol. 20, p. 179.

Smith, R. A., 1908, 'Remarks', PSA, series II, vol. 22, p. 337. (currency bars p. 338)

Smith, R. A., 1915, 'Notes (on currency bars)', PSA, series II, vol.27, p. 69.

Smith, R. A., 1933, 'Currency Bars and Water-Clocks: a reply', Antiquity, vol. 7 , p. 210.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1854, Cuff Sale, 8 June.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1895, Montagu Sale Part 1, 18 November.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1909, Rashleigh Sale, 21 June.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1912, Burstal Sale, 6 November.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1913, Carlyon-Britton Sale Part 1, 17 November.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1916, Bliss Sale, 22 March.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1917, Roth Sale Part 1, 19 July.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1917, Mann Sale, 29 October.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1918, Roth Sale Part 2, 14 October.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1920, W. Talbot Ready Sale, 15 November

Speed, J., 1632, The Historie of Great Britaine, 3e.

Spink and Son, 1985, Norweb Sale Part 1, 13 June.

Spratling, M., 2007, contribution to: 'The Iron Age Mirror Burial at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire', AntJ, vol. 87, pp. 128-130. (no discussion of coins but important analysis of a Celtic image)

Stead, I., 1965, The La Tène Cultures of Eastern Yorkshire. (Celtic coins pp. 44, 75, 76, 79 and 88)

Stead, I., 1970, 'Braughing', Hertfordshire Atchaeological Review, vol. 2, Aug. 1970, pp. 21-22. (finds of unidentified British coins during excavations reported)

Stead, I., 1985, The Battersea Shild. (Celtic coins discussed p. 45, pl. XVI)

Stead, I., 1991, 'The Snettisham treasure, excavations in 1990', Antiquity, vol. 65, p. 447.

Stead, I., 1996, Celtic Art, 2e. (coins mentioned pp. 18, 50, 67 and 85)

Stead, I., 1998, The Salisbury hoard.

Stevens, C. E., 1951, 'Britain between the invasions (B. C. 56 - A. D. 43) a study of ancient diplomacy', in Grimes, W. F., 1951, Aspects of Archaeology in Britain and beyond, essays presented to O. G. S. Crawford, pp. 332 - 344.

Stevens, J., 1888, A Parochial History of St. Mary Bourne with an Account of the Manor of Hurstbourne Priors, Hants. (Celtic coin find p. 34 and 35)

Storck, 1.. 1984, 'Überlegungen zur Chronologie Spätlatene- zeitlicher Potinmünzen am Südlichen Oberrhein', in: Grasmann, Janssen and Brandt 1984, p. 420.

Stow, S., 1987, 'The Coins', in: Frere, S. S., et al, Archaeology of Canterbury VIII: Canterbury Excavations: Intra- and Extra-Mural Sites, 1949-55 and 1980-84, pp.181, 190, pl. 27 and see also pp. 50, 54, 115 and 117. (finds of Celtic coins reported)

Strong, D. and Brown, D., (eds.), 1976, Roman Crafts, London and New York.

Stukeley, W., 1720, 'British Coins Drawn by Wm. Stukeley, Britannia Metallica', Corpus Christi, Cambridge, MS. CCCC 613.

Stukeley, W., 1762, 'Plates of British Coins', Bodleian MS. Eng. Misc. d. 440.

Stukeley, W., 1776a, Itinerarium Curiosum, 2nd edition, London.

Stukeley, W., 1776b, Twenty-Three Plates of the Coins of the Ancient British Kings.

Sutherland, C. H. V., 1934, 'Ancient British gold coin', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 46, p. 206.

Sutherland, C. H. V., 1937, 'Roman Britain and non-Roman currency', NC, series V, vol. 17, p.311.

Sutherland, C. H. V., 1939, 'Some British and Romano-British coins', NC, series V, vol. 19, p. 290.

Sutherland, C. H. V., 1950, 'What is meant by "style" in coinage', ANSMN, vol. 4, p. 1.

Sutherland, C. H. V., 1955, 'Dobunnic coins from Bredon Hill', NC, series VI, vol. 15, p. 241.

Svoronos, J, 1922, Christodoulos the Counterfeiter. (discusses the work of a famous coin forger)

Sweet, R., 2004, Antiquaries – the Discovery of the Past in Eighteenth-Century Britain.

Sydenham, E. A., 1944, 'The White Horse and ancient British coin-types', NC, series VI, vol. 4, p 65. (questions whether the Philippus is the only source of inspiration for British coinage)

Symonds, D., 1989, 'A silver unit of Andoco', NCIRC, vol. 97, p. 289.

Symonds, D., 1990a, 'Celtic Coinage of Britain: some amendments and additions', NCIRC, vol. 98, p. 48.

Symonds, D., 1990b, 'Further Celtic coins from the Finney collection', NCIRC, vol. 98, p. 268.

Symonds, D., 1991, 'Recent additions to the Finney collection', NCIRC, vol. 99, p. 112.

Symonds, D., 1992a, 'British Celtic coins added to the Finney collection', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 226.

Symonds, D., 1992b, 'Some new forgeries of Celtic coins', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 149.

Symonds, D., 1993, 'The Finney collection – British Celtic acquisitions', NCIRC, vol. 101, p. 188.

Symonds, D., 1998, 'When is a horse not a horse?', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 260.

Symonds, H., 1909, 'Some British and Romano-British Coins found in Dorset', Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Filed Club, vol. 30, pp 58-72. (Durotrigan coins from Hol Hill noted, p. 59)

Talbot, J., 2002, 'New East Anglian stater', CRL 61.

Talbot, J., 2003, 'A new example of the 'Eyelash Crescent' Iceni stater', CRL 69.

Talbot, J., 2006, 'The Iceni face/horse series', in: de Jersey, P. (ed.), 2006, Celtic coinage: new discoveries, new discussions, BAR S1532, p. 213.

Talbot, J., 2011a, 'Coinage of the Iceni – an update'. CRL 116.

Talbot, J., 2011b, 'Icenian coin production', in: The Iron Age in Northern East Anglia: New Work in the Land of the Iceni, BAR 549, p. 69.

Talbot, J. and Leins, I., 2010, 'Before Boudicca: the Wickham Market hoard and the Middle Phase', BNJ, vol. 80, p. 1, pls. 1-6.

Talbot de Malahide, 1870, 'Antiquities and Works Exhibited', Arch. J., vol. 27, p. 218. (Find of a CATTI stater reported)

Tarrats-Saugnac, A., 1987, 'La métallurgie des potins: une approche analytique', in: Belmont, C., et al (eds.), 1987, Mélanges offerts au Docteur J.-B. Colbert de Beaulieu, p. 753.

Tatton-Brown, T., 1982, 'Potins and other Iron Age Coins from Canterbury', Kent Archaeological Review, no. 67, pp. 161-164. (also discusses a mould for coin pellets, p. 163)

Tatton-Brown, T., 1996, 'Excavations in 1976 by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 92, pp. 235-244. (Celtic coin finds reported p. 240)

Taylor, A., 1869, Papers Relating to the Antient Topography of the Eastern Counties of Britain, and on the Right Means of Interpreting the Roman Itinerary. (Celtic coins discussed p. 43)

Taylor, J., 2001, 'The Isle of Portland: an Iron Age port-of-trade', OJA, vol. 20, p. 187. (discusses imports of iron bars, Gallo-Belgic and Armorican coins into Britain)

Teasdill, G., 1957, 'The Brigantian coinage', Trans. Yorkshire Numismatic Soc., series 2, vol. 1, pts. 3/4, p. 12.

Tester, P. J., and Bing, H. F., 1949. 'A first century urn-field at Cheriton, near Folkestone', Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 62, pp. 21-36. (find of a Kentish Cast Bronze discussed, p. 36)

Thirion, M., 1967, Les tresors monetaires gaulois et romaines trouves en Belgique, Brussel.

Tomlin, R. S. O., 1983, 'Non Coritani Sed Corieltauvi', AntJ, vol. 63, p. 351.

Thomas, N., 1974, 'An Archaeological Gazetteer for Warwickshire: Neolithic to Iron Age', TBWAS, vol. 86, p. 16. (Celtic coin finds pp. 18, 19, 25, 28 and 34, currency bars p. 32, ring money p 37)

Thomas, N., 2005, Condercon Camp Worcestershire a small middle Iron Age hillfort on Bredon Hill. (currency bar finds, p. 3 and 254)

Thompson, F. C., 1962, 'A note on the composition of British pre-Roman tin money', NC, series VII, vol. 2, p. 111.

Thompson, F. C. and Nasir, M. J., 1972, 'The Manufacture of Celtic Coins from the La Marquanderie Hoard', NC, series 7, vol. 12, p. 61.

Thomsen, C. J., 1841, 'Remarks on the ancient British and Anglo-Saxon coinage', NC, series I, vol. 3, p. 116.

Thomsen, R., 1952, 'Ancient british gold coins found in Denmark', NC, series VI, vol. 12, p. 126.

Thomson, J., 1924, The Book of Silchester. (Celtic coins discussed p. 622, mint p. 565)

Tierney, J. J., 1960, The Celtic Ethnography of Posidonius. (no discussion of coins but important paper for Celtic studies)

Timby, J. 1998, Excavations at Kingscote and Wycomb, Gloucestershire. (Celtic coins discussed pp. 279, 282, 286, 287, 288, 300, 301, 345, 401, 429 and 430)

Tournaire, J., Buchsenschutz, O., Henderson, J. and Collis, J., 1982, 'Iron Age coin moulds from France', PPS, vol. 48, p. 417.

Trevett, J., 2001, 'Coinage and Democracy at Athens', in: Meadows, A. and Shipton, eds., K, 2001, Money and Its Uses in Ancient Greek World, p.22.

Tupper, M. F., 1849, 'Unedited Ancient British Coins', NC, series 1, vol. 7, pp. 92-95.

Tupper, M. F., 1850, see: Akerman, 1850b, (publishes Tupper's account of Celtic coins found at Farley Heath).

Turner, R., 1999, Excavations of an Iron Age Settlement and Roman Religious Complex at Ivy Chimneys, Witham, Essex 1978-83, EAA 88. (Celtic coins mentioned pp. 67 and 237)

Tylecote, R. R., 1962, 'The method of use of early Iron Age coin moulds', NC, vol. 125, p. 101.

Tylecote, R. R., 1986, The Prehistory of Metallurgy in the British Isles, Institute of Metals, London.

Tylecote, R. R., 1987, The Early History of Metallurgy in Europe, London.

Vico, E., 1555, Discorsi di M. Enea Vico Parmigiano Sopra le Medaglie de gli Antichi. (discusses forgeries of ancient coins)

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1980, 'Correspondence' (1756 Withy and Ryall catalogue and John White intrigues), NCIRC, vol. 88, p. 178.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1983a, 'A Note on the Earliest Types of British Potin Coins', NCIRC, Feb. 1983, p. 8.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1983b, 'Dumnoc Tigir Seno', NCIRC, June. 1983, p. 154.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1984a, 'The Origin of the British L Stater and the Problem of the Catuvellauni'. NCIRC, Feb. 1984, p. 9.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1984b, 'The Missing Coins from the Collection of Sir John Evans', NCIRC, Mar. 1984, p. 44.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1984c, 'Yet Another Surprise from the Haslemere Hoard', NCIRC, Sep. 1984, p. 216.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1984d, 'A Note on the Date of the British Potin Coinage' NCIRC, Oct. 1984, p. 257.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1985a, 'The Hallmark of the Haslemere Forger'. NCIRC, April 1985, p. 79.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1985b, 'The Origin and Date of the Silver Coritanian Coinage', NCIRC, May 1985, p. 119.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1985c, 'False Coritanian Staters from the Hand of the Haslemere Forger', NCIRC, Oct. 1985, p. 259.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986a, 'Ancient Forgeries Demonstrate Celts Used Coins as Money', NCIRC, May 1986, p. 111.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986b, 'An Industrial Engineer (but no Papyrus) in Celtic Britain', OJA. Jul. 1986, p. 205.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986c, 'A Metallurgical Condemnation of the Haslemere Hoard', in: Van Arsdell, R. D. 1986i.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986d, 'False Dobunnic Coins from the Hand of the Haslemere Forger', in: Van Arsdell, R. D. 1986i.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986e, 'The Second Haslemere Hoard and some Haslemere Stragglers', in: Van Arsdell, R. D. 1986i.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986f, 'Rescuing a North East Coast Stater', in: Van Arsdell, R. D. 1986i.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986g, 'Rescuing a Catti Stater', in: Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986i.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986h, 'The Silver Coinage of Commius', NCIRC, Dec. 1986, p. 330.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1986i, The Forgery of the Haslemere Hoard, BNTA Special Publication Number 1, London.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1987a, 'The Silver Coins of Commius—A New Variety', NCIRC, Mar. 1987, p.42.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1987b, 'The Coinage of Queen Boudicca', NCIRC, June 1987, p. 150.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1988, 'Celtic Chicanery', NCIRC, April 1988, p. 78.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989a, Celtic Coinage of Britain, Spink & Son Ltd.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989b, 'Take out the gold, but keep the colour', NCIRC, vol. 97, p. 82.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989c, 'The quarter staters of Commius', NCIRC, vol. 97, p. 115.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989d, 'Celtic chicanery II – the hidden face on an Atrebatic stater', NCIRC, vol. 97, 152.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989e, 'The face on the defaced die staters', NCIRC, vol. 97, p.190.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989f, 'The silver minims of Commius', NCIRC, vol. 97, p. 289.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989g, 'A new (but illegible) inscription on a Cantian stater' NCIRC, vol. 97, p. 323.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1989h, 'The Badbury-Shapwick Hoard and the date of the Maiden Castle coins from Sir Mortimer Wheeler's 1934-37 excavations', OJA, vol. 8, p. 347.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1990, 'Celtic chicanery III – The Bird-Man', NCIRC, vol. 98. p. 122.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1991a, 'The Thurrock type coin', in: Sharples, N., Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6, p. 155.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1991b, 'Coins', in: Cunliffe, B.W., and Poole, C., Danebury vol. 5, the excavations,, 1979-1988: the finds, p. 155.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992a, 'Money supply and credit it Iron Age Britain', in: Mays M. (ed.), Celtic Coinage: Britain and Beyond, BAR 222, p. 139.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992b, 'Inscription on Cunobeline ship type confirmed', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 45.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992c, 'Three new Celtic staters', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 80.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992d, 'A Dobunnic branched emblem on a bronze "wheel money" object', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 112.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992e, 'Metallurgical and metrological analysis of pre-dynastic staters in Britain I – the Corieltauvi', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 151.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992f, 'The coinage of Queen Boudicca, an update', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 306.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1992g,'Trade routes in Britain via trend surface analysis', NCIRC, vol. 100, p. 346.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993a, 'Die-cutting expertise in Celtic Britain', NCIRC, vol. 101, p. 153.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993b, 'An anomalous Yarmouth stater', NCIRC, vol. 101, p.155.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993c, 'Metallurgical and metrological analysis of pre-dynastic staters in Britain II – the Atrebates', NCIRC, vol. 101, p. 117.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993d, 'Bad day at flat rock', NCIRC, vol. 101, p.283.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993e, 'Coin scales in late pre-Roman Britain', OJA, vol. 12, p. 361.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993f, 'The date of the Kentish cast bronze coinage – evidence from Hengistbury and the Caburn', The "Lost Article" was accepted for publication in NCIRC, but was inadvertently never published – probably as a result of the turmoil surrounding the next article – the original text of the "lost article" is now published here for the first time (May, 2014).

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1993g, 'The recently stolen Holdenhurst hoard and coins from the Bushe-Fox excavations at Hengistbury –corrections to the record', NCIRC, vol. 101, p. 350.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1994a, The Coinage of the Dobunni. OUCA monograph 38. (with a gazetteer by de Jersey, P.)

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1994b, 'Two new Cantian coins', NCIRC, vol. 102, p .6.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1994c, 'Celtic chicanery IV – the war trumpet', NCIRC, vol. 102, p. 103.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1994d, 'The Wanborough Hoard: a reconstruction', NCIRC, vol. 102, p.209.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1994e, 'Clashed dies and the organization of Verica's mint', NCIRC, vol. 102, p.402.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1995a, 'Some recent discoveries', NCIRC, vol. 103, p. 3.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1995b, 'A Boudiccan coin from the German Limes', NCIRC, vol.103, p.87.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1996a, 'A statistical analysis of Icenian coin hoards', OJA, vol.15, p. 235. (NB: the statistical method used is not applicable to the dataset, thus the results are not proven)

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1996b, 'Muddying the Atrebatic waters', NCIRC, vol. 104, p.444.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 1998, 'It's 1960 again – is everyone feeling much better now?', NCIRC, vol. 106, p. 104.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2002, 'Celtic Coinage 2001' (report on Celtic Coinage conference in Oxford in 2001), NCIRC, vol. 110, p. 12.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2006, 'The Belgae in Hampshire', in: de Jersey, P. (ed.), Celtic coinage: new discoveries, new discussions, BAR S1532, p. 139.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2007a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins I – Ruding's challenge', NCIRC, vol. 115., p.206.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2007b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins II – Circumstance selectors', NCIRC, vol. 115, p. 259.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2008a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins III – Amalgamation switchers', NCIRC, vol. 116, p4.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2008b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins IV – Extensions into the continuum', NCIRC, vol. 116, p. 124.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2008c, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins V – It's not art', NCIRC, vol. 116, p. 195.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2009a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VI – Cunobeline's ship', NCIRC, vol. 117, p. 11.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2009b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VII – The search for codes', NCIRC, vol. 117, p. 103.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2010a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VIII – Seeing past the die-cutters', NCIRC, vol. 118, p. 13.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2010b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins IX – The Minefield of Metaphor', NCIRC, vol. 118, p. 117.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2012, Celtic Coinage of Britain, 2e, electronic version.

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2014a, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 1 – Cast forgeries of Durotrigan silver staters'

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2014b, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 2 – Haslemere Silver: some diagnostics'

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2014c, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 3 – Haslemere Die Dressing Errors'

Van Arsdell, R. D., 2014d, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 4 - 'the best Haslemere forgeries'.

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