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American Numismatic Society

The American Numismatic Society provides a complete database of the coins in its collection, some of which are imaged


Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum

A digitalized version of the multi-volume publication of coins in important museum collections


Deparment of Coins and Medals, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

The Fitzwilliam Museum's collection of coins is available online through a searchable database which includes other museum objects with images and detailed descriptions.


The British Museum Database

COMPASS, a database of around 5000 objects including coins, selected from the huge range of the Museum's collections.


Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation Database

The Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Cyprus provides an online database of the Cypriot coinages in its collection, including digital images.


Numismatic Collections

Numismatic Societies

Foundations and Institutes in Cyprus

The AG Leventis Foundation

Bank of Cyprus , Cultural Foundation

CAARI (Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute)

University of Cyprus, Department of History and Archaeology

Other Projects on Cyprus

The Cesnola collection from ancient Cyprus in the Semitic Museum at Harvard University

The Semitic Museum's collection comprises over 1300 ceramic vessels, lamps, figurines, stone, glass and metal objects from Cyprus, dating from ca. 2300 BCE to 700 CE. A selection of the artifacts currently on display can be viewed through the website.


The PASP Database for the use of scripts in Cyprus

A website that contains the complete corpus of inscriptions offered in the print version, The PASP database for the use of scripts on Cyprus, Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 1996. (Suppl. in Minos, vol. 13).


Archives and Digital Libraries

Coin Archives

Repository of coins previously featured in major numismatic auctions which brings together the text, images, and prices realized.


Perseus Project

A digital library uniting a wide range of source materials for the study of the humanities.


Digital Historia Numorum

Historia Numorum is still in many aspects the standard work in Greek coinage, and the digitalised version preserves the text and layout of the second edition of 1911.



A website dedicated to presenting the coinages of the Achaemenid Empire, related publications and conferences.