The UK & EIRE secretary is Helen Wang email@example.com.
The Society holds meetings in London (British Museum) and Oxford (Ashmolean Museum) and online.
In the United Kingdom the society usually holds two study days each year at the British Museum, London, and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. For details contact Helen Wang.
67-69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET
The meeting will be hybrid using Teams. Contact your regional secretary for the link.
11.30–12.00 Shailendra Bhandare, Ashmolean Museum: Early Buddhist Art in Deccan: Numismatic Underpinnings of Chronology and Political Backdrop
12.00–12.30 Vesta Curtis, British Museum: Parthian Coins – From Mithradates II to Orodes II (124–37 BCE)
Lunch available at various local restaurants
2.00–2.30 Zhang Ruiqi, Hebei Normal University: Han emperor Wudi’s baijinsanpin – three silver coins (119 BCE)
2.30–3.00 Richard Morel, British Library: An introduction to Southeast Asian Paper Money Collections in the British Library
3.00–3.30 Ray Liu Ruiliang, British Museum: Mixing and recycling: a new perspective to interpret the chemical composition of Chinese coinage (copper-alloys and silver) (with Mark Pollard, Oxford University)
3.30–4.00 Joe Cribb, Hebei Normal University: Numismatic Evidence of the Kushans in Xinjiang (1st – 2nd century CE)
With many thanks to Spink & Son Ltd for their support of the ONS.
Karan Singh talking on Gupta coinage
Rahul Raza talking on Oriental-Greek understandings of Hellenistic coin imagery
Joe Cribb talking on Numismatic evidence for Kushan Chronology
The audience enjoying the humour of numismatic research.