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Gabriel Talmatchi

Gabriel Talmatchi
Museum de istorie nationala si arheologie, romania, constanta

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Publications (25)
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This paper reports the results of Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis (PGAA) analyses on 21 glass fragments discovered at Tropaeum Traiani, Carsium, Ulmetum, and Altinum, Constanţa County, Romania, dated to the 1st-6th c. AD. The chemical data indicate a broad palette of compositions: Sb-colorless, Mn-colorless, Sb-Mn colorless, typical blue-green Rom...
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The phase composition and internal structure of several fragments of ancient ceramic amphorae discovered in archeological excavations in the Dobrudja region, Romania, have been studied using optical microscopy, neutron diffraction and tomography, and Raman spectroscopy. The good neutron radiography contrast between the constituent elements of the s...
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The article analyses a number of four monetary forms of funerary accumulations that were found either accidentally or as a result of preventive archaeological excavations. These coins are dated during the early Roman period, were found near fortified centers (Carsium and Noviodunum) and vici type settlements (Poiana, not far from the capital of the...
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Increasing the scientific exposure of the monetary resources present in the varied and rich numismatic collections of the National History and Archaeology Museum Constanţa remains one of our permanent preoccupations. Thus, for this article we chosen 6 bronze coins struck during the autonomous period in Odessos and Mesambria. They correspond to two...
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New results regarding alloy composition and microstructure for a series of ancient bronze and silver items by X-ray Fluorescence and micro-Particle Induced X-ray Emission spectrometry were obtained in the framework of an extensive numismatic project (Scythian-type arrowheads, arrowhead-shaped monetary signs and wheel coins produced by Histria, 7th–...
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The Scythians communities existent in the Dobrudjan territory represent an ethnic presence worthy of note in the second half of 1st millennium BC., especially in the Hellenistic period. The richness of ancient coin circulation in today Dobrudjan lands was expanded by the coin issues of six rulers - quiet not mentioned by the ancient authors - who c...
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On the occasion of the archaeological research conducted on the new beltway of Constanţa a large rural settlement of vicus type was discovered. Its overall stratigraphy contains two cores and two phases of habitation: a first level of habitation represented by pits, semi-interred structures and ditches (belonging to the end of 2nd century-first hal...
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We performed compositional analyses on 180 Scythian-type arrowheads and pre-monetary signs using XRF method and on 60 small fragments of such items (approx. 100 microns diameter), sampling being performed on previously corrosion-cleaned areas on their surface, using micro-PIXE. The items are found in Dobroudja, Istros-Histria region. The most relev...
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In the present work, we are interested in the properties of nuclear matter at zero temperature in the presence of strong magnetic fields using the lowest order constraint variational (LOCV) method employing AV18 nuclear potential. Our results indicate that in the absence of a magnetic field, the energy per particle is a symmetric function of the sp...
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p>Includes a summary in English Keywords: Dobrogea, Coloniile greceşti, Histria, Tomis, Callatis, Monede autonome, Colecţii particulare, Secolele V - II a. Chr.</p
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strong>Keywords: coins, Macedonia, Dobrudja Includes a summary in English by Corina Apostoleanu.
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The subject we selected for this paper answers some personal concerns to which we have already dedicated a few years of research. One of the main questions we put is: what connections are between the shape of these monetary signs and everyday realities in the 6th-5th century B.C.? Also, if they were commercial items, what was their significance, as...
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The material presented in this article comes from the early medieval settlement from Grǎdina (Grǎdina commune, Constanţa County), located in the centre of Dobrudja, and is the result of surface investigations. The settlement is in situated at the outskirts of Grǎdina village, in "Caraci" section, located approximately 2 km north-east from the exit...
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As the author's studies regarding mostly the monetary aspects specific to the Pontic territory during the pre-Roman period aimed a variety of research directions, he now intends to present some partially conclusions, for this stage of the analysis, about the presence of the monetary magistrates on the mentioned coins and the chronology of some mone...
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This article has been occasioned by the identification, within the framework of the numismatic collection of the National History and Archaeology Museum of Constanţa and another public and private, of various coins, emitted by Histria during the autonomous period. Thus, we have taken into consideration a series of coins that have been struck with t...
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The author presents a consistent batch composed of 333 coins, made of silver and bronze, issued in the period of the 1st - 3rd centuries AD in Rome, discovered on the territory of Dobrudja. The way in which they were discovered is many times uncertain. Nonetheless, these monetary pieces cover most of Dobrudja, if we look at the northern half or the...

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