Campane e campanelli nell'iconografia monetale antica

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Bells and bells in ancient monetary iconography

Claudia Perassi, Margherita Novarese, Giusepe Girola, Federica Guidi

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The contribution represents a review of the monetary issues of ancient times on which appears the representation of a bell or a bell. In all the cases examined, these sound instruments represent only a particular accessory of the main type. The most represented thematic strand is that which places a bell on the neck of an animal (elephant, panther), but tintinnabula can also be related to divine figures (Apollo; Dionysus; Baal Hammon?), While a unicum is the subject of denarii of C. Minucio Augurino of 135 BC, on which two bells are tied with chains to the capital of a column, identified as the Minucia Column.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Bells and bells in ancient monetary iconography
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationDel fondere campane. Dall’archeologia alla produzione. Quadri regionali per l’Italia settentrionale
Pages39-46
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventDel fondere campane. Dall archeologia alla produzione. Quadri regionali per l Italia settentrionale - Milano
Duration: 23 Feb 200725 Feb 2007

Conference

ConferenceDel fondere campane. Dall archeologia alla produzione. Quadri regionali per l Italia settentrionale
CityMilano
Period23/2/0725/2/07

Keywords

  • Campane
  • Iconografia monetale

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