Numismatics is, by and large, esoteric. It is replete with complicated terminology, obfuscating catalogues, and technicalities. Coins are, however, becoming easier to bring to the classroom through online databases. We need only communicate the methods and scholarship of coins to teachers in order to enable the effective use of these databases. It is with that goal in mind that this paper was written. The seeds of this paper lie in a learning and teaching project undertaken by myself and Associate Professor Ken Sheedy at Macquarie University.
|Number of pages||27|
|Journal||Ancient History: resources for teachers|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|