Congratulations #10: Rebecca Darley, ‘Self, Other and the Use and Appropriation of Late Roman coins in south India and Sri Lanka (4th-7th centuries A.D.)‘, in H. Ray (ed.) Negotiating Cultural Identity: Landscapes in Early Medieval South Asian History, London and New Delhi: Routledge, 2015, 60-84

Congratulations to Rebecca Darley on the publication of a chapter examining the spatial relationships of Byzantine coins in South India and Sri Lanka, both to the landscape and to their own micro-contexts. The chapter forms part of a volume of conference proceedings, bringing together papers presented at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, in December 2012 on exploring space in the Middle Ages in a broad global context. More information about the volume can be found here.

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