- forthcoming. Tokens and Social Life in Roman Imperial Italy. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
- (with A. Crisà and M. Gkikaki) (eds.), Tokens: Culture, Connections, Communities. London, Royal Numismatic Society (2019).
- From Caesar to Augustus (c. 49BC to AD 14). Using coins as sources. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2019).
- (with A. Bokern) (eds). Embodying Value: The Transformation of Objects in and from the Ancient WorldLink opens in a new window, British Archaeological Reports (2014).
- Under Divine Auspices: Divine Ideology and the Visualisation of Imperial Power in the Severan PeriodLink opens in a new window. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2013).
Articles and Book Chapters
- (2022) 'Theoretical approaches to Roman Imagery and Iconography', The Oxford Handbook of Roman Imagery and Iconography, eds. L.K. Kline and N.T. Elkins, Oxford, pp. 31-50
- (2020) 'The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford', Numismatic Chronicle vol. 180, pp. 95-126
- (2020) ‘The imperial image in media of mechanical reproduction. The tokens of Rome’. The Social Dynamics of Imperial Ideology Formation, eds. A. Russell and M. Hellstrøm. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 247-74.
- (2020),'Money, media and cultural memory under Augustus’. Coinage of the Roman Revolution. eds. A. Powell & A. Burnett. Swansea, 175-192
- (2019) 'Money and the Issues of the Age' in A Cultural History of Money Vol. 1: Antiquity, ed. S. Krmnicek, Bloomsbury.
- (2017) 'The commercialization of war' in The Landmark Julius Caesar (Web Essays), ed. Kurt A. Raaflaub and Robert B. Strassler, 88-91.
- (2017) with D. Wilding, D. Schmandt-Besserat & B. Maurer. 'Tokens, Writing and (Ac)counting. A Conversation with Denise Schmandt-Besserat and Bill Maurer', Exchanges: The Warwick Research Journal 5.1, 1-14
- (2017) 'Coinage between cultures: mediating power in Roman Macedonia', The Inbetweenness of Things, ed. P. Basu (London, Bloomsbury) 251-68.
- 'Ambiguity, iconology and entangled objects on coinage of the Republican world', Journal of Roman Studies 106 (2016): 1-37
- 'Imagining Empire in the Roman Republic', Neue Forschungen zur Münzprägung der römischen Republik, ed. F. Haymann, W. Hollstein & M. Jehne, Bonn: 279-92.
- (with D. Swan) (2015) 'Victory, torcs and iconology in Rome and Britain', Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 26: 71-90.
- 'Iconography in colonial contexts: the provincial coinage of the late Republic in Corinth and Dyme'. Art in the Round: New Approaches to Ancient Coin Iconography, ed. N.T. Elkins & S. Krmnicek, Tuebingen, 147-58.
- (with M. Ellams, E. Morgan & B. Waters) (2014) 'Experiencing the Republican Empire: a numismatic perspective’ Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 25: pp.55-67.
- 'Showing Rome in the Round: Re-interpreting the 'Commemorative Medallions' of Antoninus Pius', Antichthon 48 (2014): 109-25
- 'The value of coinage in the Second Punic War and after'Link opens in a new window, in C. Rowan & A. Bokern (eds), Embodying Value: The Transformation of Objects in and from the Ancient World, British Archaeological Reports (2014): 77-88.
- 'Coinage as Commodity and Bullion in the Western Mediterranean, c.550-100 BC'Link opens in a new window, Mediterranean Historical Review 28.2 (2013): 105-27.
- 'Imaging the Golden Age: the coinage of Antoninus Pius'Link opens in a new window, Papers of the British School at Rome 81 (2013): 211-246.
- 'The profits of war and cultural capital: silver and society in Republican Rome'Link opens in a new window, Historia 62.3 (2013): 361-86.
- 'Communicating a consecratio: the deification coinage of Faustina I'Link opens in a new window, Proceedings of the XIV International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009, vol 1, ed. N. Holmes. (Glasgow, 2012): 991-8.
- 'The public image of the Severan women'Link opens in a new window, Papers of the British School at Rome 79 (2011): 241-73.
- 'Slipping out of circulation: the afterlife of coins in the Roman world'Link opens in a new window, Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia 20 (2011): 3-14.
- 'Becoming Jupiter: Severus Alexander, the temple of Jupiter Ultor, and Jovian iconography on Roman imperial coinage'Link opens in a new window, American Journal of Numismatics 21 (2009): 123-50.
List of publications WRAPLink opens in a new window