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Šime Ljubić (24 May 1822-19 Oct. 1896), Croat theologian, historian and numismatist, author of: Numografia Dalmata, 1853 (info kindly transmitted by Ivan Mirnik)

Šime Ljubić (24 May 1822-19 Oct. 1896), Croat theologian, historian and numismatist, author of: Numografia Dalmata, 1853 (info kindly transmitted by Ivan Mirnik)

Garrucci, Raffaele (1812-1885), jesuit, art historian and numismatist, expert on ancient coins, author of Le monete dell'Italia antica, Raccolta generale, Roma, 1885 (see RIN, 1894, p. 119-125)

Garrucci, Raffaele (1812-1885), jesuit, art historian and numismatist, expert on ancient coins, author of Le monete dell'Italia antica, Raccolta generale, Roma, 1885 (see RIN, 1894, p. 119-125)

Holm, Adolf (1830-1900), historian, expert on Greek coinages from Sicily, author of:  Geschichte Siciliens im Alterthum. Vol. 1, 1869; Vol. 2, 1874; Vol. 3, 1897 (portrait by Johannes Nöhring (1834-1913), photograph in Lübeck)

Holm, Adolf (1830-1900), historian, expert on Greek coinages from Sicily, author of: Geschichte Siciliens im Alterthum. Vol. 1, 1869; Vol. 2, 1874; Vol. 3, 1897 (portrait by Johannes Nöhring (1834-1913), photograph in Lübeck)

Visconti, Ennio Quirino (1751-1818), art historian ("the new Winckelmann") from Rome, director of the Louvre

Visconti, Ennio Quirino (1751-1818), art historian ("the new Winckelmann") from Rome, director of the Louvre

Giacomo Manganaro (9 April 1927-24 Febr. 2016), ancient historian, epigraphist and numismatist, professor at the University of Catania, specialist of Greco-Roman Sicily

Giacomo Manganaro (9 April 1927-24 Febr. 2016), ancient historian, epigraphist and numismatist, professor at the University of Catania, specialist of Greco-Roman Sicily

Giacomo Manganaro (9 April 1927-24 Febr. 2016), ancient historian, epigraphist and numismatist, professor at the University of Catania, specialist of Greco-Roman Sicily (RIN 2016, p. 431)

Giacomo Manganaro (9 April 1927-24 Febr. 2016), ancient historian, epigraphist and numismatist, professor at the University of Catania, specialist of Greco-Roman Sicily (RIN 2016, p. 431)

Ljubić, Šime (1822-1896), Croatian historian and numismatist (I. Mirnik, "Šime Ljubić and Bulgarian Medieval Coins in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb", academia.edu)

Ljubić, Šime (1822-1896), Croatian historian and numismatist (I. Mirnik, "Šime Ljubić and Bulgarian Medieval Coins in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb", academia.edu)

Visconti, Ennio Quirino (1751-1818), art historian ("the new Winckelmann") from Rome, director of the Louvre (Milano, Via Manzoni, Palazzo Brantani)

Visconti, Ennio Quirino (1751-1818), art historian ("the new Winckelmann") from Rome, director of the Louvre (Milano, Via Manzoni, Palazzo Brantani)

Théodore Reinach (July 3, 1860 – October 28, 1928) was a French archaeologist, mathematician, lawyer, papyrologist, philologist, epigrapher, historian, numismatist, musicologist, professor, and politician.

Théodore Reinach (July 3, 1860 – October 28, 1928) was a French archaeologist, mathematician, lawyer, papyrologist, philologist, epigrapher, historian, numismatist, musicologist, professor, and politician.

Šime Ljubić (24 May 1822-19 Oct. 1896), Croat theologian, historian and numismatist, author of: Numografia Dalmata, 1853 (info kindly transmitted by Ivan Mirnik)

Šime Ljubić (24 May 1822-19 Oct. 1896), Croat theologian, historian and numismatist, author of: Numografia Dalmata, 1853 (info kindly transmitted by Ivan Mirnik)

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