moneyer


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Synonyms for moneyer

a skilled worker who coins or stamps money

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Most had no names inscribed on them, either of the rulers who ordered them or the moneyers who hammered them by hand into being, but their number expanded noticeably in the early eighth century.
It is unclear what temporal or ecclesiastical authority was responsible for its issue, since the coins carry no identifying features other than a central cross surrounded by the name of the moneyer (although the letter 'A' that appears on earlier East Anglian currencies is featured on the other side).
The traditional interpretation of Edmund's cult as being fostered by East Anglians looking for a figurehead for resistance to Viking rule starts to look rather problematic when we look back to the St Edmund coinage and re-examine the moneyers' names that occur on it.
But did the moneyer use a phrase at the regime's behest, or to curry favor?
Wosnick, who first postulated the existence of this younger Silanus, did not venture to identify him more closely, suggesting only that he is a link between the Iunii Silani of the second century and those of the late Republic.(17) In this context, however, it is worth noting a moneyer of 116 or 115 B.C., M.
It was in much m also pound in nnies bore the and that of Crucially, these silver penking's name on the obverse athe moneyer on the reverse.
Demonstrations of arms, armour and use of artefacts punctuate the continuous living history and display, and craftspeople such as the leatherworker, clothier, moneyer and physician are also on hand to discuss their skills, 12 noon - 4pm.
Licinius Nerva (RE 135), who was moneyer in 113 or 112 (RRC no.
Iunius Silanus, who was father of the moneyer of c.