Friday 28 June 2019, 09.30-17.15, at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace LondonE
Lord Stewartby (1935-2018) was among the leading figures in British numismatic scholarship in the second half of the twentieth century. He published over two hundred papers and was a major contributor both to the development of what became the Medieval European Coinage publication project at Cambridge and other widely regarded publications. His interests ranged across the Romano-British coinage of the London mint, Anglo-Saxon and Viking coinage, mediaeval English coinage as well as Scottish coinage, the latter being a field in which he was pre-eminent both as a collector and as a scholar.
This all day Symposium on 28 June at the British Academy comprises a series of papers by leading figures who place the use of numismatic evidence at the forefront of historical and archaeological interpretation. Structured around topics with which Lord Stewartby was deeply engaged with it will explore recent work which build on his contributions to Numismatic scholarship.
The day will consist of four sessions, each themed:
- Britain c.300-400 AD. Coinage and Continental Connections
- Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Viking England, c.800-1100. Money, Mints and Monarchs
- The British Isles.c.100-1150. Coinage, Management and Circulation
- Scottish Coinage, c.1140-1707. Interpretation and resources
The event programme can be downloaded here.
Booking is required for all wishing to attend
Fees: £25 per person. Students in Full time Education – FREE
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