If you own these books, you will enjoy and use these supplements to them (I printed them and put them in the books):
Seaby series, Roman Provincial Coins by Kevin Butcher RomanProvincialCoins.pdf
Coinage in the Roman World, by Andrew Burnett CoinageintheRomanWorld.pdf
Coinage in the Greek World, by Carradice and Price CoinageintheGreekWorld.pdf
SNG Danish (Copenhagen) in eight reprint volumes (a map helping you identify the right volume): SNGCopenhagen.pdf
BCD Pelopnessos LHS 96 (8-9 May 2006) index (which they did not include in the volume, but wrote after I suggested it): BCD Peloponnesos.pdf
Celator Index (1988-1998): celindexpm.pdf
Index to SAN (1969-2002): http://grifterrec.rasmir.com/SAN/san_index.html
Rarity rankings for Roman persons on coins: Ras Suraz (author of ERIC II) gave me permission to post his rarity ratings as a pdf: Roman_Ruler_RarityModified2.pdf
It is a summary of his very large database.
Here is a pdf listing relative frequencies of Romans on provincial coins, compiled by Ras Suarez, the author of ERIC II, from his much smaller database of provincials.
A link to a short pdf on Latin Pronunciation.
A list of authorities that issued Greek coins, including all cities. The list has over 2000(!) entries. The list was originally created by Kenneth Steiglitz and served as the original list upon which WildWinds was built. GreekAuthorities.pdf I also have it as a "numbers" spreadsheet (for Macs. I can make it Excel compatible.) and if you want it that way, write me and ask for it. . If you do I will ask you to confirm you will give Ken credit for the original (which you may modify to your own purposes).
A few Greek legends on coins of Roman Alexandria translated: http://augustuscoins.com/ed/GreekTranslations.html
An article from Numismatic Chronicle (1993) on "The Alloy of the "XI" coins of Tacitus": AlloyXI.pdf
Seeing recently sold items. Did you know, that given a coin of an eBay seller, you can not only "see other items" but from there you can go to the left column of options (below "Categories") where it says "Show only" and select "sold listings" to see recently sold coins.
Seeing items on sale in Europe. eBay often says a European seller has no items for sale when they actually do, but the coins cannot be seen by US buyers until they select "worldwide" in the "Item location" option among the options in the left column. For some major sellers the "woldwide" option make a huge difference.
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