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.
9.50–10.00 Chris Gosden, University of Oxford – Introduction
10.00–10.45 Anni Byard, University of Leicester – Coins and Conquest: Coin hoarding in Britain 200 BC–AD 96
10.45–11.15 Courtney Nimura, University of Oxford; Molly Masterson, University of Oxford & Ethan Gruber, American Numismatic Society – Iron Age coins in Britain and the Celtic Coin Index Digital
11.30–12.00 David Wigg-Wolf, Römisch-Germanische Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts – Online Celtic coinage: The challenges of a virtual union catalogue for Iron Age coins
12.00 –12.30 John Talbot, Celtic Coin Index – Early results from a die study of Durotrigan staters
12.30–13.00 David Robinson, Independent Researcher – A die study of Durotrigan quarter staters: A progress report
14.00–15.00 Philip de Jersey, Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery – Why did I ever start this? Die-linking 50,000 staters of the Coriosolitae
15.00–15.45 Eleanor Ghey, British Museum – Recent Iron Age coin hoards from Britain
16.00–17.00 Colin Haselgrove, University of Leicester & David Fell, Northern Archaeological Associates – A Brigantian mint at Scotch Corner: An argument full of holes?
17.00–close Chris Howgego, Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology – Concluding remarks