ITALY: Corpus Nummorum

' Corpus Nummorum "

In scientific circles Victor Emmanuel III is known, not as the King of Italy, but as a great numismatist. He has just published Volume Six of his Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, a monumental study of Italian coins from the remote ages to the present day. Of this great work, Volumes 1-5 and 7-8 had already been published.

Volume Six completes the series. It consists of 682 pages, with 35 plates, and deals with the 18 minor mints of the Venetian Republic, including Aquileja, Gorizia, Marano, Trent,

Trieste, Verona, Vicenza, Dalmatia and...

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