Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity (2018)

From 2013 to 2018 I worked on the publication project, The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity. I was Area Advisor for Numismatics and Assistant Editor for Social and Economic History. This entailed editorial responsibility for over 100 entries, contributions to over 40 and sole-authorship of the second largest number of contributions in the volume by any writer.

Entries:

Sole-author:

Abydos, customs inscription (vol. 1, p. 9)

Alexandria, mint of (vol. 1, p 50)

Argentarius (vol. 1, p. 124)

Argenteus (vol. 1, p. 124

Augustaticum (vol. 1, p. 177)

Aureus and festaureus (vol. 1, p. 182)

Centenionalis (vol. 1, p.309)

Charagma (kharagma) (vol. 1, p. 316-317)

Christian symbols on coins (vol. 1, p. 334)

CN (vol. 1, p.362)

Coinage, Roman and post-Roman (vol. 1, pp. 367-368)

Comitatensian mint (vol. 1, p. 377)

Congiaria (vol. 1, p. 379)

Constantinople, mint of (vol. 1, p. 400)

Decanummium (vol. 1, p. 467)

Decargyrum (vol. 1, p. 467)

Denarius (vol. 1, p. 473)

Denier (vol. 1, p. 474)

Dinar (vol. 1, p. 483)

Dirham (vol. 1, p. 494)

Exagion (vol. 1, p. 573)

Falus (vol. 1, p. 580)

Follis (vol. 1, p. 606)

Globus cruciger and globe nicephorus (vol. 1, p. 668)

Hexagram (vol. 1, p. 717)

Hoards, coin (vol. 1, p. 734)

India and Ceylon (vol. 1, pp. 769-70)

Issue marks and privy marks (vol. 1, p. 795)

Maioria (vol. 2, p. 946)

Mantai (vol. 2, p. 956)

Miliarensis (vol. 1, p. 1022)

Minimi and minimissi (vol. 2, p. 1025)

Mint marks (vol. 2, p. 1025)

Moneta publica (vol. 2, p. 1032)

Money (vol. 2, pp. 1032-1033)

Nummus (vol. 2, pp. 1090-1091)

Obryzum (vol. 2, p. 1094)

Officina (vol. 2, p. 1097)

Ounce (vol. 2, p. 1115)

Paracharactae (vol. 2, p. 1139)

Pirenne Thesis (vol. 2, p. 1197)

Procurator Monetae (vol. 2, p. 1240)

Pusulatum (vol. 2, p. 1249)

Rome, mint of (vol. 2, p. 1301)

Sacra Moneta (vol. 2, p. 1317)

Scipio (vol. 2, p. 1340)

Scripulum (vol. 2, p. 1343)

Semissis (vol. 2, p. 1354)

Siliqua and half-siliqua (vol. 2, p. 1383)

Solidus (vol. 2, pp. 1402-1403)

Spices and spice trade (vol. 2, pp. 1410-1411)

Terunciani (vol. 2, pp. 1462-1463)

Thrymsas (vol. 2, p. 1499)

Trade, far Eastern (vol. 2, pp. 1514-1515)

Tremissis (vol. 2, p. 1522)

 

Contributions to:

Amiens (vol. 1, p. 61)

Anastasius I (vol. 1, p. 68)

Aquileia (vol. 1, pp. 102-103)

Arles (vol. 1, p. 135)

Cartagena (vol. 1, p. 295)

Carthage (vol. 1, pp. 295-297)

Catania (vol. 1, p. 302)

Chersonese (vol. 1, pp. 319-20)

Coinage, Persian (vol. 1, p. 367)

Constantius II (vol. 1, pp. 405-406)

Cyprus (vol. 1, p. 442)

Cyzicus (vol.1, p.448)

Diocletian (vol.1, pp. 485-487)

Heraclaea of Thrace (vol. 1, p. 709)

Heraclius I (vol. 1., pp. 709-711)

India and south Asia, Christianity in (vol. 1, p. 770)

Isaura Vetus (vol. 1, p. 788)

Julian ‘the Apostate’ (vol. 2, pp. 839-840)

Justinian I (vol. 2, pp. 846-847)

London (vol. 2, pp. 922-923)

Meaux (vol. 2, p. 997)

Milan (vol. 2, pp. 1020-1021)

Nicomedia (vol. 2, p. 1074)

Ostia (vol. 2, pp. 1111-1112)

Pavia (vol. 1, p. 1153)

Ravenna and Classe (vol. 2, pp. 1273-1275)

Salona (vol. 2, p. 1324)

Sardinia (vol. 2, pp. 1332-1333)

Serdica (vol. 2, pp. 1359-1360)

Sirmium (vol. 2, pp. 1391-1392)

Siscia (vol. 2, p. 1392)

Thessalonica (vol. 2, pp. 1491-1492)

Trade fairs (vol. 2, p. 1517)

Valentinian I (vol. 2, pp. 1546-1547)