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Carradice, Ian A. 1953-

CARRADICE, Ian A. 1953-

PERSONAL: Born July 10, 1953, in Kendal, England; son of Arthur and Ella (Thexton) Carradice; married Ines Urioste, March 19, 1982; children: Alice, Ellen, Grace. Education: University of Liverpool, B.A. (with honors), 1973; University of St. Andrews, Ph.D., 1980.

ADDRESSES: Office—School of Art History, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews KY16 9AR, Scotland; fax: 01334-462401. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER: British Museum, London, England, curator in Department of Coins and Medals, 1977-89; University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland, began as senior lecturer, became professor of museum and gallery studies, 1989—, keeper of university museum collections, 1990—. Scottish Museums Council, university director, 1995—; chairman, British Academy Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum committee, 1994—.

MEMBER: Scottish Museums Council (university director, 1996-2001), Royal Numismatic Society, Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, Society of Antiquaries, American Numismatic Society (corresponding member).

WRITINGS:

Coinage and Finances in the Reign of Domitian, B.A.R. (Oxford, England), 1983.

(Editor) Coinage and Administration in the Athenian and Persian Empires (symposium), B.A.R. (Oxford, England), 1987.

(With Martin Price) Coinage in the Greek World, Seaby (London, England), 1988.

(With Barrie Cook and Joe Crib) The Coin Atlas: The World of Coinage from Its Origins to the Present Day, Facts on File (New York, NY), 1990.

Greek Coins, University of Texas Press (Austin, TX), 1995.

(With A. Burnett and M. Amandry) Roman Provincial Coins, Volume 2, two volumes, British Museum Publications (London, England), 1999.

Editor, Numismatic Chronicle, 1993-97.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Roman Imperial Coinage, Volume 2, Part 1: The Flavian Emperors, for Spink and Son (London, England), completion expected in 2004.

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