We are pleased to make available the new Database of Prices, Wages, and Rents for Roman Egypt from the First through Seventh Centuries AD. The database contains the data behind Kyle Harper's recent article “People, Plagues, and Prices in the Roman World: The Evidence from Egypt,” published in the Journal of Economic History 76, 803-39, and can be downloaded from our Data Availability page.
The new Geodatabase of Early Imperial Countermarked Coins in the Rhine Area contains information first published in U. Werz 2009, Gegenstempel auf frühkaiserzeitlichen Aesprägungen im Rheingebiet - Grundlagen, Systematik, Typologie, with updates and more detailed information concerning chronology, the coins themselves, which the author has generously communicated to DARMC. The dataset can now be downloaded from our Data Availability page.
The data behind our Precious Metal Deposits, 200-700AD layer is now available for download here. This database presents data from Richard Hobbs 2006, Late Roman precious metal deposits, c. AD 200-700: changes over time and space (Archaeopress), which the author has generously communicated to DARMC, with some editing and additions by DARMC contributors.