Richard Abdy is a numismatist and Curator of Roman Coins at the London British Museum, covering the middle imperial period of the second century AD through to late antiquity. His responsibilities include the processing of treasure cases found in England and Wales.
Mikhail Abramzon is a numismatist and archaeologist. At Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University, he is Director of the Research Institute for Historical Anthropology and Philology. His research focuses particularly on coinages of the Bosporan Kingdom.
Michael Alram is one of the most distinguished numismatists of our time who not only holds the highest functions at an international organizational level, but also organizes exhibitions that receive wide attention. His center of interest is the Ancient Orient.
Michel Amandry is a multiple-award winning numismatist. The academic interest of the Honorary Director of the Cabinet des Médailles of the Bibliothèque nationale de France focus on the coinage of Roman Imperial times.
Born in Ticino, Carmen Arnold-Biucchi combines theory and practice: In her capacity as Curator, she is responsible for the collection of ancient coins at the distinguished Harvard Art Museums, and is also teaching numismatics in the Classics Department at Harvard.
Ermanno A. Arslan is one of the most renowned Italian researchers and authors on archaeology and numismatics. Among the key academic interests of the former INC Vice-president and conservator at several museums are Italian numismatics of early medieval times.
Philip Attwood is an archaeologist and numismatist. At the London British Museum, he is Keeper of Coins and Medals. His work focuses particularly on Italian sixteenth century and British nineteenth century medals as well as badges.
Annika Backe is a Classical archaeologist and has been working with Ursula Kampmann since 2008. For CoinsWeekly, she writes articles and the Who’s Who, translates texts and feeds the NumisDict.
Khadijeh (Zohreh) Baseri is an Iranian numismatist. In Tehran, she serves as keeper and curator of coins and seals at the National Museum of Iran.
Alexander Basok is a numismatist, coin dealer and author. This specialist for coins from his native country Russia as well as Eastern Europe, living today in the USA, has his own coin dealership called “Rusty Penny”.