The Royal Numismatic Society - Research Grants
Founded in 1836
The Martin Price Fund for Ancient Greek Numismatics
This fund was set up as a permanent memorial to Martin Price, who was a Fellow, Secretary and Medallist of the Society, Curator of Greek Coins at the British Museum (1966-94) and Director of the British School of Athens (1994-95).
Since1997, the Society has made annual awards from the Fund to promote the study of the coins of the Greek world in its broadest sense, with a special focus on young researchers. The awards are one or more grants of up to £400 towards research costs, including travel and accommodation (where payable), to enable the successful applicant(s) to study some aspect of Greek numismatics. It is also available to provide support for attending and reading a paper at colloquia and seminars.
Applicant may be of any nationality and live anywhere in the world. There is no age limit, but some preference may be given to candidates under the age of 30 on the closing date for applications.
Applications should be made in writing to the Society by 1 March each year. The application should consist of:
The applicant is responsible for arranging for his or her referees to send the references in confidence directly to the Society by the closing date.
Applications and references should be sent to:Martin Price Fund, Royal Numismatic Society, c/o Department of Coins and Medals, The British Museum, London WC1B 3DG, or emailed to RBracey@britishmuseum.org.
Awards will be made in May of the same year.
Donations to the Fund are still welcome and should be sent to the same address. Cheques should be made payable to The Royal Numismatic Society (Martin Price Fund).
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