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Original scientific paper

NUMISMATIC FINDS FROM THE ŠEPKOVČICA SITE

Ana Pavlović orcid id orcid.org/0009-0007-3774-2664 ; Odsjek za arheologiju, Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska


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Abstract

Th e article contains an analysis of the numismatic materials
discovered during archaeological research at the
Šepkovčica site conducted from 2006 to 2008. A total of
331 coins were found, of which one was medieval, while
the remaining 330 date to the Roman period. 16 coins
were found in graves, while the remaining were settlement
finds. Th e Roman imperial coins date to the period from
the first to fourth centuries, while the medieval coin dates
to the fifteenth century. Th e most common are fourth-century
coins, from its first half, during the reign of the Constantinian
dynasty, and its second half, dominated by the
Valentinian dynasty.

Keywords

Šepkovčica; Velika Gorica; Andautonia; Roman imperial coinage; medieval coinage; Vetranio; Siscia mint; settlement

Hrčak ID:

75451

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/75451

Publication date:

30.12.2011.

Article data in other languages: croatian

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