Latest Roman currency Stories

2010-11-12 14:07:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The world-renowned Franklin Mint has secured the remaining quantity of the 1-ounce Taj Mahal Gold Coin for sale to the public. With only 1,000 pieces ever minted in the world, The Franklin Mint expects this limited reserve to sell-out quickly. The 1-ounce Taj Mahal Gold Coin is minted in .999 pure gold and measures 37mm in diameter. The obverse features a beautiful sculpted image of The Taj Mahal with the initials "RF" standing for the Republic of...

2009-10-06 07:58:26

University of Connecticut professor explains how coin hoards signal population size University of Connecticut theoretical biologist Peter Turchin and Stanford University ancient historian Walter Scheidel recently developed a new method to estimate population trends in ancient Rome and waded into an intense, ongoing debate about whether the state's population increased or declined after the first century B.C. Using the region's abundance of coin hoards, bundles of buried Roman coins that...

2008-09-22 15:00:50

Tessera Judy Erkanat, +1-408-952-4414 jerkanat@tessera.com or JHG Townsend PR for Tessera Lori Scribner, +1-858-457-4888 Tessera_team@jhg.com Logo: http://www.tessera.com Tessera Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:TSRA), a provider of transformational technologies that enable innovation in next- generation electronics, today announced the availability of its next- generation FotoNation(R) Red technology, which has been enhanced to detect and correct golden-eye as well as red-eye...

2008-08-27 09:01:10

DGSE Companies, Inc. (AMEX: DGC), which wholesales, retails and auctions fine watches, jewelry, diamonds, precious metals and rare coin products via traditional and internet channels, today announced a significant enhancement of the internet presence of its subsidiary Superior Precious Metals, Inc. ("SPM"). With the release today of SuperiorPreciousMetals.com, SPM now has one of the most comprehensive precious metals and rare coin websites in the industry. Real-time prices for gold,...

Word of the Day
  • Wasting away as a result of abstinence from food.
The word 'abrosia' comes from a Greek roots meaning 'not' and 'eating'.