John Cunnally

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John Cunnally
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  11840
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. John
Last nameLast name of the person. Cunnally
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. February 20, 1948
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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Cunnally 19841984monographThe Role of Greek and Roman Coins in the Renaissance
Cunnally 19931993journalNumismatic Sources for Leonardo's Equestrian Monument
Cunnally 19941994journalAncient Coins as Gifts and Tokens of Friendship during the Renaissance
Cunnally 19991999monographImages of the Illustrious: The Numismatic Presence in the Renaissance
Cunnally 20012001collective bookThe Portable Pantheon. Ancient Coins as Sources of Mythological Imagery in the Renaissance
Cunnally - Kagan - Scher 20012001monographNumismatics in the age of Grolier
Cunnally 20042004journalBlunders, Hoaxes, and Lost Masterpieces from the Numismatic Literature of the Renaissance
Cunnally 20062006journalIl manoscritto numismatico cinquecentesco nella Houghton Library di Harvard: un ricordo della collezione di Andrea Loredan?
Cunnally 20132013proceedingsThe Mystery of the Missing Coin Cabinet: Andrea Loredan's Coin Collection and Its Fate
Cunnally 20162016monographIrritamenta. Numismatic treasures of a Renaissance Collector
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