The School of Archaeology, University of Oxford, is pleased to announce the launch of the website: Celtic Coin Index Digital (CCID). The CCID is an online archive that provides access to one of the world’s largest datasets of Iron Age coins in Britain: the Celtic Coin Index (CCI). The CCI has been housed in the Institute of Archaeology at Oxford since 1964. The paper card index now holds nearly 85,000 records of around 68,000 specimens of Iron Age coins – these cards and their related images and data are now available on the CCID website.
A workshop on Future directions in audience engagement for heritage management organizations is to be held at the University of Helsinki, Finland on 2nd-3rd June 2022 (10:00-15:30 EET).
From Treasure Hunters to Citizen Scientists workshop seminar series aims to examine the various citizen science and heritage management challenges presented by metal-detecting, specifically through engagement and consultation with diverse audiences and stake-holder groups specifically in the Nordic countries.
Oxford University, Saturday 5th March 2022, 9.30 am – 5.30 pm
A one-day conference celebrating 60 years of the Celtic Coin Index will be streamed live on Microsoft Teams. If you would like to join, please complete this registration form, and you will receive an email confirmation with a link to the webinar.
The 10th Joint Meeting of the European Coin Find Network and Nomisma.org will be held in conjunction with Bulgarian Numismatic Readings in Sofia, Bulgaria in the week of June 19–25 2023.
We are delaying until 2023 due to the general backlog of delayed conferences to be held in 2022. Many thanks to Dilyana Boteva and her team at the St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia for the invitation! News of the programme and the call for papers will follow.
We invite all participants who had presentations and posters at the 9th Joint Meeting of ECFN and nomisma.org in Viminacium, to submit texts for the Proceedings of the Meeting. Editorial board: Mirjana Vojvoda, Vujadin Ivanišević, Rahel C. Ackermann, Andrew Meadows, David Wigg-Wolf
Thank you to Mirjana Vojvoda and the team from Viminacium and the Archaeological Institute, Belgrade, for hosting us – physically and virtually – for three days of excellent papers and networking …
… and we look forward to reconvening in Sofia, Bulgaria for the next meeting of the European Coin Find Network. Thank you to Dilyana Boteva and her team from the University of Sofia for the invitation!