Damarete Curator of Ancient Coins
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Ph.D., University of Fribourg, Switzerland
M.A., University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Carmen Arnold-Biucchi is the first curator of the Harvard Art Museums’ coin collection. In her time at the museums, she has organized the collection, made it entirely available online, and continues to update and catalogue object records in the museums’ database. She teaches numismatics in Harvard’s Department of the Classics at the graduate and undergraduate levels. An archaeologist who specializes in ancient Greek, Sicilian, and Hellenistic coins, Arnold-Biucchi’s research traces the iconography of coins and its transmission through the Renaissance and later periods.
Arnold-Biucchi, Carmen, and Laura Gadbery. “The Coins from the Eastern Hill.” In The Monuments of the Eastern Hill, Samothrace IX, ed. Bonna D. Wescoat. Athens: American School of Classical Studies at Athens. In press.
Arnold-Biucchi, Carmen, and Martin Beckmann, eds. Sculpture and Coins: Margarete Bieber as Scholar and Collector. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press (Loeb Classical Monographs 15). Forthcoming.
“La dracma di Selinunte e il sistema monetale della prima zecca della Sicilia antica.” In NOMISMATA. Studi di numismatica offerti ad Aldina Cutroni Tusa per il sue novantatreesimo compleanno, ed. Sebastiano Tusa and Lavinia Sole, 97–106. Ragusa, Sicily: Edizioni di storia e studi sociali, 2016.“Ioannis Nicolas Svoronos.” INC CR 62 (2015): 25–30.