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Tokens : culture, connections, communities

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(UGent) , Mairi Gkikaki and Clare Rowan
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Abstract
This volume is the first dedicated to the study of tokens from the Neolithic until the modern age. The volume examines different tokens from different periods in detail, addressing the makers, users, types and contexts of these objects. Unpublished material is presented in several of the contributions. This comparative approach reveals the recurring characteristics of tokens across time, as well as their importance to human society.
Keywords
Numismatics, tokens, coins, iconography, collecting, Greece, Rome

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MLA
Crisa, Antonino, et al., editors. Tokens : Culture, Connections, Communities. Vol. 57, The Royal Numismatic Society, 2019.
APA
Crisa, A., Gkikaki, M., & Rowan, C. (Eds.). (2019). Tokens : culture, connections, communities. Presented at the Tokens: Culture, Connections, Communities. An interdisciplinary conference at the University of Warwick, London: The Royal Numismatic Society.
Chicago author-date
Crisa, Antonino, Mairi Gkikaki, and Clare Rowan, eds. 2019. “Tokens : Culture, Connections, Communities.” London: The Royal Numismatic Society.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Crisa, Antonino, Mairi Gkikaki, and Clare Rowan, eds. 2019. “Tokens : Culture, Connections, Communities.” London: The Royal Numismatic Society.
Vancouver
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Crisa A, Gkikaki M, Rowan C, editors. Tokens : culture, connections, communities. Vol. 57. London: The Royal Numismatic Society; 2019.
IEEE
[1]
A. Crisa, M. Gkikaki, and C. Rowan, Eds., “Tokens : culture, connections, communities,” vol. 57. The Royal Numismatic Society, London, 2019.
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  abstract     = {This volume is the first dedicated to the study of tokens from the Neolithic until the modern age. The volume examines different tokens from different periods in detail, addressing the makers, users, types and contexts of these objects. Unpublished material is presented in several of the contributions. This comparative approach reveals the recurring characteristics of tokens across time, as well as their importance to human society.},
  editor       = {Crisa, Antonino and Gkikaki, Mairi and Rowan, Clare},
  isbn         = {0901405353},
  issn         = {0800-4487},
  keywords     = {Numismatics,tokens,coins,iconography,collecting,Greece,Rome},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {University of Warwick (Coventry, UK)},
  publisher    = {The Royal Numismatic Society},
  title        = {Tokens : culture, connections, communities},
  volume       = {57},
  year         = {2019},
}