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Chris Doyle

National University of Ireland Galway

I am an Historian of Ancient and Medieval History. Interested in ancient religions, material culture (especially coins) and the political and social history of Rome, Byzantium, Sassanid Persia, and early Islam.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Late Antiquity and early Medieval History; ancient and medieval religions; numismatics, epigraphy, imperial iconography, art and archaeology.



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Shifting Genres in Late Antiquity (Ashgate: Taylor & Francis Group)

Declaring Victory, Concealing Defeat: Continuity and Change in Imperial Coinage of the Roman West, c.383–c.408

Published: Jan 13, 2015 by Shifting Genres in Late Antiquity (Ashgate: Taylor & Francis Group)
Authors: Chris Doyle
Subjects: History, Classical Studies, Art & Visual Culture

This book chapter examines the propagandist uses of the personification of Victory on late Roman coinage.