By Carlo Demand
Forty-six exact, genuine renderings of combatants, bombers, transports, and so on. contains "Enola Gay," eastern 0, British Spitfire, German Komet jet fighter, many others. Captions contain specific coloring details, army function and association of airplane, producer, different facts. All illustrations copyright-free. thirteen planes in colour on covers. Publisher's be aware.
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Thus Hannover 1445). ' The data discussed by T. Hackens, RBN 1962, 39-41, may point to the division of the issue of Petillius Capitolinus into successive batches, each including specimens of the four types composing the issue. 4 G. F. Hill, NC 1923, 364; NC 1924, 76; L. C. West, Coin standards, 4; T. Hackens, RBN 1962, 32. 6 See P. Grierson, JVC 1963, The President's Address, iii-iv, for the principle underlying this conclusion. 1 Although in neither case is it possible to achieve absolute precision, there are enough groups of coins in unworn condition to allow useful deductions to be made about possible mean loss of weight.
198, in Greece (compare die issue of Cn. Lentulus (no. 549)). The second group of coins not bearing an indication of a magistracy, but not struck by moneyers, is die Narbo issue (no. 282). This consists of five varieties, each 600 Moneyers signed by a different man and all signed by L. Licinius Crassus and Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus, Triumviri col. ded. 118. The coins were struck at Narbo and, although there is no explicit testimony, the law setting up the colony presumably made generous financial provision for this, the first Roman colony outside Italy, and Crassus, for whom the planting of the colony was the fulfilment of an ambition, evidently made arrangements to strike the coins himself.
460/1), known only from one specimen, cannot really be established. The weight standard of the gold piece of Cn. Lentulus (no. 549) is mysterious to me; I suspect it to be non-Roman (see commentary). 2 Detailed examination of the issues of M. Volteius shows that it adhered to this standard. For the first variety (no. 385/1) T. ; although the latter weight is probably close to the weight standard of the variety, this is entirely fortuitous. Better evidence is provided by the 55 specimens of the whole issue in fresh condition in die Maccarese hoard,4 buried about 5 years after the date of the issue.
Airplanes of the Second World War Coloring Book (Colouring Books) by Carlo Demand