Les monnaies méditerranéennes en Gaule du Nord (150 av.-100 apr. J.-C.). L’apport des contextes archéologiques

Abstract : According to J.-M. Doyen’s recent study on Ebusan coins found in northern Gaul as early as the first half of the 1st c. BC, Mediterranean bronze coins were used as currency in this region, which lay outside Roman influence. However, the study of stratified finds makes it likely that the Roman conquest played a great part in bringing such coins (both in bronze and silver) to northern Gaul. They can be linked with the military presence in the region in the years following the Gallic Wars.
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Stéphane Martin. Les monnaies méditerranéennes en Gaule du Nord (150 av.-100 apr. J.-C.). L’apport des contextes archéologiques. Revue Numismatique, Société française de numismatique, 2013, 170, pp.329-354. ⟨http://www.persee.fr/doc/numi_0484-8942_2013_num_6_170_3209⟩. ⟨10.3406/numi.2013.3209⟩. ⟨hal-01278201⟩

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