Author:Charles Roach Smith

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Charles Roach Smith
English antiquarian, archaeologist and numismatist
This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography.
Articles written by this author are designated in the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography by the initials "C. R. S."
Charles Roach Smith


  • List of Roman Coins found near Strood (1839)
  • "Numismatics" in the Archaeological Journal volume 1, pages 7–13 (1845)
  • "Roman London" in the Archaeological Journal volume 1, pages 108–117 (1845)
  • Collectanea antiqua: etchings and notices of ancient remains, illustrative habits, customs, and history of past ages. (1848)
  • The antiquities of Richborough, Reculver, and Lymne (1850)
  • Inventorium sepulchrale: an account of some antiquities dug up at Gilton, Kingston, Sibertsworld, Barfriston, Beakesbourne, Chartham, and Crundale, in the County of Kent, from A.D. 1757 to A.D. 1773 (1856)
  • Illustrations of Roman London. (1859)
  • On the importance of public museums for historical collections. (1860)
  • Retrospections: social and archaeological. (1863)
  • The rural life of Shakespeare, as illustrated by his works. (1870)
  • A catalogue of Anglo-Saxon and other antiquities discovered at Faversham, in Kent, and bequeathed by William Gibbs of that town to the South Kensington Museum. (1871)
  • Remarks on Shakespeare: his birthplace, etc.: suggested by a visit to Stratford-on-Avon in the autumn of 1868. (1877)
  • Address to Strood Institute Elocution Class. (1879)
  • Articles signed as [ C. R. S. ] in the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography

Works about Smith[edit]

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