|Carin Perron's MISCELLANY: Articles, colour theory, animation, poems & portraits.
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Celtic Improvisations now!
Now with records and images to 2001!
The Celtic Coin Index Online has all records of British Celtic coins from the start of the index, in 1961, through to 2001. This means you now have access to 28,000 records and images of individual Celtic coin specimens! Using our Arethusa database in development, we have built the Internet version of the Celtic Coin Index, begun by D. F. Allen and Prof. S. Frere in 1960. The Index was originally a photographic card catalogue of Celtic coins found in Britain. The original Index is now housed at the Oxford Institute of Archaeology.
|The Pinscreen in the Era of the Digital Image, a paper by Pedro Faria Lopes, regarding software that replicates the effects of pinscreen animation.
Coriosolite Expert System
Identify real or virtual coins and discover the ancient Celts through their art & myths.
aspects of art &
antiquity, with a virtual museum of unpublished items.
Animated morph sequence showing the development of a Celtic stater from its Greek prototype.
Useful and less-common web sites on archaeology, coins, web design and software, and other things relating to our site. OK for kids.
|Eye Candy! Animated JPEG morph sequence showing the changing image of Athena on the coins of Athens from the 6th-2nd Century B.C.
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