Sep 11 – 16, 2022
University of Warsaw
Europe/Warsaw timezone

Managing the Tomares Hoard with Numisdata/Dédalo

Sep 13, 2022, 2:00 PM
University of Warsaw

University of Warsaw

Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28 Warsaw


Alejandro García Lidón (University of Sevilla)


The Tomares Hoard, found in 2016 at the Olivar del Zaudín Park (Tomares, Sevilla), is one of the largest Roman monetary hoards ever found. Composed exclusively of nummi from the 16 active mints of the Tetrarchy period, specifically between c. 294 and 312 this hoard is a great source of information about this turbulent part of the Late Roman Period, offering insight into the situation in the Diocesis Hispaniarum.
The Tomares Hoard is at the epicenter of the advancement of Digital Numismatics in Andalusia and with the help of the Dédalo/Numisdata software will undergo a process of digitization to make its information available to researchers and the general public alike. This process will be displayed on the poster, and additionally as a sample of the results will be made available via QR code.

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Alejandro García Lidón (University of Sevilla)

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