The Framing Early Medieval Coinage Project Invitation to the first public workshop Saturday, March 28, 2015, Princeton University

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After two years of work, the Framing Coinage project has finished surveying the important changes in minting during the transition from the ancient to the medieval periods throughout Europe, North Africa and the Middle East (CE 325-c.725). These developments, which had major historical ramifications, have received little scholarly attention outside the specialized discipline of numismatics. In this workshop, we will present our findings from the first stage of the project (minting) and move on to discuss our approach to the second stage (circulation).
Morning Public Session – Scheide Caldwell 103, Princeton University
9:00-9:30 Breakfast
9:30-10:00 Framing Early Medieval Coinage – A General Overview
10:00-10:30 Minting in the Late Antique World – a broad survey
10:30-10:40 Coffee break
10:40-12:30 Regional presentations
12:30-13:00 Round table – concluding the first stage of the project
13:00-14:15 Lunch
Afternoon Working Session – Scheide Caldwell 103, Princeton University
14:15-14:35 Digital tools for the second stage of the project
14:35-15:00 Tutorial: how to input information in the second stage of the project
15:00-15:45 Round table – practical and theoretical issues in the project’s second stage
15:45-16:30 Future directions for the project
Chair – Alan Stahl (Princeton)
Faculty Advisor – Helmut Reimitz (Princeton)
Director – Lee Mordechai (Princeton) – Asia Minor and Balkans
Digital Development – Ben Johnston (Princeton)
Lorenzo Bondioli (Princeton) – North Africa
Merle Eisenberg (Princeton) – Southern Gaul and North Africa
Andrei Gandila (University of Alabama) – Balkans
Tommi Lankila (Princeton) – Southern Italy and Central Mediterranean Islands
Rory Naismith (Cambridge University) – The British Isles
Jane Sancinito (University of Pennsylvania) – Syria and Egypt
Alejandro Sinner García (University of Barcelona) – The Iberian Peninsula
Paolo Tedesco (University of Vienna) – Northern Italy
Jan Van Doren (Princeton) – Northern Gaul
Luca Zavagno (Eastern Mediterranean University) – Eastern Mediterranean Islands
This workshop has been generously supported by the Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity, the History Department, The Program in the Ancient World and the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund.

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