Les statères aux types de Philippe II de Macédoine : de l'Égée à la Gaule, des originaux aux imitations

Abstract : The staters with types of Philip II of Macedonia are as crucial an issue for specialists of the Greek world – in which they are one of the main gold coinages – as for those of Gaul, where these coins were much imitated. This article aims to provide a cross-perspective on these staters, both as a Greek coinage and as the model for a large number of Gaulish gold coinages. We first offer a revised inventory of original staters found in Gaul based on the existing literature and a table summarizing the first series of imitations. Through the study of the main series issued in Macedonia and in northern Asia Minor, we then try to give a more accurate view of the circumstances and extent of import the gold coins of Philip in Gaul. Finally, after replacing these phenomena in the context of transition and expansion of the Celtic world in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC, we discuss the various hypotheses explaining the arrival of these coins in Gaul.
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Sylvia Nieto-Pelletier, Julien Olivier. Les statères aux types de Philippe II de Macédoine : de l'Égée à la Gaule, des originaux aux imitations. Revue Numismatique, Société française de numismatique, 2016, 173, pp.171-229. ⟨hal-02164522⟩

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