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May 2024

An interesting May

Lectures in Berlin and online

On May 14, doctoral students from the OIKOS Graduate School of Ancient Studies (https://www.rug.nl/research/research-let/oikos/about/) from the Netherlands and Belgium will visit the Corpus Nummorum premises. They are here for a workshop aimed at exchanging experiences on the use of digital research tools. The Corpus Nummorum, representing the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences as one of two partner institutions of BAK/BerGSAS, will also be one of their destinations during this event.

On May 15/16, the annual meeting of the Numismatic Commission of the Federal Republic of Germany will take place in Berlin. In the afternoon of May 16, some members will publically report on their activities (https://numismatische-kommission.de/startseite). The Corpus Nummorum will also be present. Will you be there too? In the evening, a new exhibition titled "Long Fingers – Fake Coins. The Dark Side of Numismatics" will open at the Bode Museum (https://www.numismatische-gesellschaft-berlin.de/event.php?event_id=1479) .

Finally, on May 29, there will be a very exciting webinar: Prof. Dr. Jean Hourmouziadis will speak on "Numbers in Numismatics. Definitions, Experiments, Evaluation, Presentation." Please mark your calendars for this event. A separate invitation will follow.

But there is already something interesting to read: The new fascicle 2024/1 of the online Bulgarian Numismatic Journal (https://bulgnj.com/index.php/e-journal/issue/view/3) has been published with articles on medieval and modern numismatics.


Author: Ulrike Peter