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Crisà, A., M. Gkikaki and C. Rowan (eds). (2019). Tokens: Culture, Connections and Communities. The Royal Numismatic Society, London.

Rowan, C. (2019). 'Jeu des Latroncules', (trans. S. Jaeggi), in V. Dasein (ed.) Ludique. Jouer dans l’Antiquité. Cat. expo. Lugdunum, Musée & Théâtres romains, Lyon, 84-5.

Crisà, A. (2018). A new terracotta tessera from the excavations of the University of Milan at Palmyra (Tadmor, Syrian Arab Republic) (2010), “Archeologia Classica”, 69: 803-10.

Crisà, A. (forthcoming) (2019). Tokens and the reproduction of divinities in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily: some preliminary case studies. In: M. Bentz and D. Woznoik (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology (AIAC), Cologne/Bonn, 22-26 May 2018. Bonn 2019.

Gkikaki, M. (forthcoming) (2019). Symbola in der Staatlichen Münzsammlung München: Überlegungen zur Funktion der Marken von Athen, “Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte“.

Rowan, C. (forthcoming). The imperial image in media of mechanical reproduction. The tokens of Rome. In: A. Russell and M. Hellström (eds.), The Social Dynamics of Imperial Ideology Formation in the Roman Empire.

Wilding, D. (et al.) (2017). Tokens, writing and (ac)counting: a conversation with Denise Schmandt-Besserat and Bill Maurer. "Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal", vol. 5, n. 1, p. 1-14, October 2017 [link].

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Rowan, C. (2016). From Bes to Bitcoin: alternative currencies in the ancient Roman world. "BBC History Extra", 24 October 2016 [link].

Wilding, D. (2017). Tokens from the Roman Empire. "World Museums Liverpool Blog" , 10 January 2017 [link].