The Numismatic Chronicle, Bände 1-11

John Yonge Akerman, Sir John Evans, Barclay Vincent Head, Edward James Rapson
Royal Numismatic Society., 1871
With v. 1 is bound; Horta, de, chevalier. Catalogue d'une partie de la collection de médailles. Londres, J. Wertheimer.

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Seite 211 - ... country that both the solar and lunar Zodiacs had originated with them, the divisions of the signs in their system being far more regular than those adopted by the Greeks or Arabs .... Abu...
Seite 211 - Rihan, again, the solar calendar of Kharism was the most perfect scheme for measuring time with which he was acquainted ; and it was maintained by the astronomers of that country, that both the solar and the lunar zodiacs had originated with them, the divisions of the signs in their system being far more regular than those adopted by the Greeks or Arabs...
Seite 201 - ... of groats, made at your City of York, which like deed hath not been seen to have been done by any subject within your realm before this time.
Seite 282 - Rffx, are badly preserved, and weigh each only 3? grains; the appearance of the latter coin approaches that of pennies reading ffDW. The other types (PI. IX., figs. 16 and 17) are very like one another, and of later workmanship ; their weight, however, shows that they were probably struck before 1344. From what I have already said, it will be seen that I consider this find to have been buried or lost after 1344, how long after, is another question ; but, though in so small a find negative evidence...
Seite 14 - To THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF HER MAJESTY'S TREASURY. The Memorial of the President and Council of the Numismatic Society of London, Sheweth, 1.
Seite 210 - The belief in a very early empire in Central Asia, coeval with the institution of the Assyrian monarchy, was common among the Greeks long anterior to Alexander's expedition to the East, and could only have been derived from the traditions current at the court of the Ach&meuian kings.
Seite 176 - Among other expedients to procure money, a writ was issued for the discovering of black money, and other subterraneous treasure hidden of old in the county of Southampton, in whosesoever hands it might be, and to seize it for the king's use (Pat.
Seite 204 - Zend Avesta, p. cccxxvi., Burnouf Ya^na, px) Dr. Haug gives us an amusing pendant to this statement in saying, " The European reader will not be a little astonished to learn that Anquetil's work was regarded afterwards as a kind of authority by the Desturs themselves." ("Sacred Language of the Parsis." Bombay, 1862, p. 21.) See also Westergaard, JRAS viii. 850 : and Max Miiller, " Chips from a German Workshop,
Seite 210 - Oxyartcs and Zoroaster with the Iranian division of the Aryan race, and receives confirmation from the earliest memorials of that people. It is with the Eastern Iranians, however, that we are principally concerned, as the founders of Central Asian civilisation.

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