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Dr Adrian Popescu

Affiliated Lecturer in Numismatics

Fitzwilliam Museum
Trumpington St
Cambridge
CB2 1RB

Office Phone: 01223 332949

Research Interests

His research interests include ancient coinages from the areas surrounding the Black Sea, with particular focus on the mints from the western coast, coin production and circulation, and the analysis of coin finds. He is co-director of the Noviodunum Archaeological Project and a member of the teams publishing the coins found during excavations in the Greek and Roman cities of Histria and Tropaeum Traiani, Romania.

His wide-ranging publications include works on ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine and modern numismatics. He has also contributed to numerous archaeological reports from sites in many countries, including the UK.

Other Professional Activities

Keeper of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum

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