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Culture Through Currency: Antiochia ad Pisidiam

Archaeologists have been drawn to the Colonia Caesarea Antiochia since its "discovery" by Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell in 1833. Antioch was a flourishing Greek polis that was adapted into an Imperial Colony of the Roman Empire. Cities used currency as a civic communication tool and political propaganda. Antioch's coinage serves to define the main religious and cultural identifiers of a colony.

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Art Collections, Student Research
Content Types
Online Exhibit
Subjects
Ancient Art
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