The Coinage of Southern England 796-865

Principal investigator: Rory Naismith
Level: Major publication

I am a Junior Research Fellow (postdoctoral researcher) at Clare College in the University of Cambridge, working on Anglo-Saxon and related coinages. In summer 2009 I completed my PhD at the University of Cambridge on 'Coinage and History in Southern England c. 750-865', and am currently working on two books based on this: 'The Coinage of Southern England 796-865' (British Numismatic Society Special Publication 8) and 'Money and Power in Anglo-Saxon England: the Southern English Kingdoms 757-865' (Cambridge University Press). I am also working on other projects, including tenth- and eleventh-century coin circulation and the late Anglo-Saxon mint of London. All of these tasks will benefit considerably from upgraded access to the PAS database. In addition, I have published over a dozen articles in collections of essays and journals such as 'The British Numismatic Journal', 'The Numismatic Chronicle', 'The English Historical Review', 'Peritia: Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland', 'The Journal of Medieval Latin' and 'Early Medieval Europe'.

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