ECFN is a cooperation between institutions engaged in researching and recording coin finds from Europe with the aim of encouraging cooperation and dialogue between them. The network is coordinated by the Römisch-Germanische Kommission (RGK) des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts (DAI).
Rahel Ackermann (Inventar der Fundmünzen der Schweiz, Switzerland)
Helle Horsnæs (National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen)
David Wigg-Wolf (Römisch-Germanische Kommission, Germany)
A new cooperative numismatic project in Baden-Württemberg, Germany helps strengthen the recording and study of coin finds
The project, which is financed by the Ministry for Science and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, aims to strengthen and sustain numismatics as an academic discipline. The partners within further numismatics within Baden-Württemberg at the levels of "Teaching and dissemination", "Joint research", "Numismatic collections", "Coin finds" and "Knowledge transfer".
Roger Bland receives the President's medal of the British Academy 2016
To the official announcement
The 6th Joint Meeting of Nomisma.org and ECFN 2017
will be hosted by the National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen
Thursday 4th – Saturday 6th May 2017
5th joint meeting of ECFN and Nomisma.org
Caen, 28th-30th April 2016
The 5th joint meeting of ECFN and Nomisma.org was hosted by the Centre Michel de Boüard - CRAHAM (Centre de recherches archéologiques et historiques anciennes et médiévales, Université de Caen Basse-Normandie) from 28th-30th April 2016.
Many thanks to everyone at Caen – especially Pierre-Marie Guihard – for the organisation, and to the participants, for making the meeting so enjoyable and successful
NUMIS is back online!
Following the move of the national coin collection to the Dutch National Bank, the Dutch online coin-find database, NUMIS, is now back online. The database holds records on some 275,000 coin finds of all periods from The Netherlands, of which almost 55.000 are online, and is still growing.
Large hoard of late-3rd century antoniniani from Switzerland
The cantonal archaeology in Aargau, North Switzerland, has announced the discovery of a hoard of 4,166 antoniniani dating to the period 274-294