Saturday 2 July 2011

Barclay V. Head

Barclay Vincent Head


(Sources: [Anonymous], Numismatic Chronicle 1914, reproduced in For a more recent bibliography, see "Have You Checked Head's?" by L. V. Reppeteau in The Asylum volume IX number 4.)

From this list we exclude the reviews, signed or unsigned, of numismatic works which Head contributed to the Numismatic Chronicle and other periodicals. The place of publication, where not otherwise stated, is London.

1867. Account of the Hoard of Anglo-Saxon Coins found at Chancton Farm, Sussex. NC ns 7 (1867), p. 63-126.

1868. Anglo-Saxon Coins with Runic Legends, NC ns 8 (1868), p. 75-90.

1868. Notes on Ilion, numismatical and historical, NC ns 8 (1868), p. 321-338.

1870. Translation of Ernst Curtius "On the Religious Character of Greek Coins."

1871. On some rare Greek Coins recently acquired by the British Museum.

1872. British Museum: Guide to the Select Greek Coins exhibited in elecrotype in the Gold Ornament Room.

1873. British Museum Catalog, Italy (with R. S. Poole and P. Gardner).

1873. Greek autonomous Coins from the Cabinet of the late Mr. Edward Wigan.

1874. History of the Coinage of Syracuse.

1875. Metrological Notes on ancient electrum Coins. Num. Chron.

1876. British Museum Catalog, Sicily (with R. S. Poole and P. Gardner).

1876, 1877. Notes on a recent Find of Staters of Cyzicus and Lampsacus. Num. Chron.

1877. The Coinage of Lydia and Persia. (International Numismata Orientalia, pt. III.).

1877. Notes on Magistrates’ Names on Autonomous and Imperial Greek Coins. Num. Chron.

1877. British Museum Catalog, Thrace (with P. Gardner).

1878. Himyarite and other Arabian Imitations of Athenian Coins. Num. Chron.

1878. On an umpublished archaic Tetradrachm of Olynthus. Num. Chron.

1879. Note on a Find of Sicilian Copper Coins struck about the year 344 B.C. Num. Chron.

1879. British Museum Catalog, Macedonia. (I.A.) (4Shared)

1879. Origin and Transmission of some of the principal Ancient Systems of Weight. Journal of the Institute of Bankers.

1880. Synopsis of the Contents of the British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals. A Guide to the Select Greek and Roman Coins exhibited in Electrotype, London 1880. New edition. (I.A.)

1880. A Himyaritic Tetradracm and the Trésor de San'â. Num. Chron.

1880, 1881. History of the Coinage of Ephesus. Num. Chron.

1881. Chronological Sequence of the Coinage of Boeotia. Num. Chron.

1881. British Museum: Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients from circ. 700 B.C. to 1 A.D. Second edition [This is the second edition of the Guide published under a different title in 1880; it appeared in six "issues," each containing the whole text but only a portion of the 70 plates. Subsequent editions, some with only seven plates, appeared in 1883, 1886, 1889 ("third edition"), 1895 ("fourth edition")].

1882. The Coins of Ancient Spain. Num. Chron.

1883. Coinage of Alexander: an explaination. Num. Chron.

1883. Remarks on two Unique Coins of Aetna and Zancle. Num. Chron.

1884. British Museum Catalog, Central Greece.

1886. Greek and Roman Coins. In L. Jewitt’s "English Coins and Tokens."

1886. The Coins found at Naukratis. In W. M. F. Petrie’s Naukratis (Egypt Exploration Fund).

1886. Coins discovered on the site of Naukratis (reprint of the preceeding, with introductory remarks). Num. Chron.

1887. Electrum Coins and their Specific Gravity. Num. Chron.

1887. Historia Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics. Oxford. (See also 1898 and 1911.)

1888. British Museum Catalogue, Attica, Megaris, Aegina. (Snible)

1888. Germanicopolis and Philadelphia in Cilicia. Num. Chron.

1889. Notanda et Corrigenda. I. Ν or Μ on Athenian Coins. II. Two misread coins of Ephesus. III. Philadelphia Lydiae. IV. Lydian Gold Coinage. Num. Chron.

1889. British Museum Catalogue, Corinth and her Colonies. (Snible)

1889. Apollo Hikesios. Journal of Hellenic Studies.

1891. Archaic Coins probably of Cyrene. Num. Chron.

1892. British Museum Catalog, Ionia.

1893. Coins recently attributed to Eretria. Num. Chron.

1893. The Initial Coinage of Athens. Num Chron.

1897. Britishn Museum Catalogue, Caria.

1898. Ιστορια των Νομισματων ητοι Εγχειριδιον Ελληνικης Νομισματικης μεταφρασθεν .... και συμπληρωθεν υπο Ιωαννου Ν. Σβορωνου, 2 vols. and plates. Athens.

1901. British Museum: Guide to the Department of Coins and Medals in the British Museum (assisted by H. A. Grueber, W. Wroth, and E. J. Rapson).

1902. British Museum Catalogue, Lydia.

1906. British Museum Catalogue, Phrygia.

1906. The Earliest Graeco-Bactrian and Graeco-Indian Coins. Num. Chron.

1908. Ephesian Tesserae. Num. Chron.

1908. British Museum: Coins discovered in the British Museum Excavations at Ephesus. (The Archaic Artemisia.)

1909. Synopsis of the Contents of the British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals. A Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients, from c. B.C. 700 to A.D. 1, London 1909 (5). (Forvm).

1911. Historia Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics. New and enlarged edition. (Assisted by G. F. Hill, George Macdonald, and W. Wroth.) Oxford.

To these may be added :—

Corolla Numismatica: Numismatic Essays in honour of B. V. Head. Oxford, 1906.

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