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Monday, January 25, Corpus Nummorum Thracorum.
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Corpus Nummorum Thracorum Thrace — modern Bulgaria, Northern Greece, and European Turkey — is an ancient region distinguished by years of interesting coinage which includes a rich variety of types. The goal of the project, funded by the German Research Foundation Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for three years, is a numismatic web portal.
Thracian coins found in museums and private collections throughout the world will nummoeum virtually collected in this online database that is free and open to the public. Additionally it is possible for museums and collections as well as for private persons to digitally document and publish their collections through the portal.
This digital publication, including a recognizable reference number, image, weight, and repository information, is an effective measure that can be taken to protect ancient cultural heritage.
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