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Münzkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz
Project management: Bernd Kluge (2006-2014), Bernhard Weisser
Editorial: Bernhard Weisser, Karsten Dahmen
Programming: Jürgen Freundel, Ilmenau

Academic Staff and responsibilities
Antiquity: Bernhard Weisser
Late Antiquity and Byzantium: Karsten Dahmen
Medieval period: Christian Stoess
Modern period: Elke Bannicke, Karsten Dahmen
Medals: Elke Bannicke, Karsten Dahmen
Paper Money: Elke Bannicke

With collaboration of Dr. Angela Berthold, Sven Brummack (2007), Dr. Marielouise Deißmann (2005-2010), Andrea Gorys, Prof. Dr. Jean Hourmouziadis, Dr. Alexa Küter (geb. Bensmann), Roxana Lechner, Dr. Peter-Hugo Martin (2009-2014), Sandra Matthies (bis 2013), Jürgen Morgenstern, Antje Nolte (bis 2007), Ilyas Özsen (2012-2013), Timo Stingl, Renate Vogel, Dr. Sonja Ziesmann and many others (cf. annual reports of the museum).

Photography: Fotostudio Lübke & Wiedemann, Stuttgart; Dirk Sonnenwald, Hamburg; Reinhard Saczewski et al., Münzkabinett (see each object entry's print view for details).
Layout: Reiner Falk, Erfurt (2007) based on Master-Layouts by Polyform, Berlin (2006)
Maps: Timo Stingl; Flash: Tobias Marciniak

Contact: ikmk@smb.spk-berlin.de
Additional information

This project is supported by the Erivan and Helga Haub-Foundation.

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Ongoing publication of Roman coins from Caesar to Domitianus is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.


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