Jane DeRose Evans, Ph.D.

Jane DeRose Evans

Jane DeRose Evans, Ph.D.

Jane DeRose Evans (MA, PhD Classical Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania) specializes in the archaeology of the Roman provinces, and especially in ancient numismatics.  She has authored two books, one on the use of Roman myth to promote family genealogies on art of the Republican and Augustan Periods; and one on the excavation coins from Caesarea Maritima, Israel.  She has also written for and edited A Companion to Roman Republican Archaeology (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).  Her publications include articles on the iconography of coins, numismatic studies, artistic programmes in the Theater of Pompey, and excavations in Javols, France in the American Journal of Archaeology, American Journal of Numismatics, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Classical World, Gallia, Latomus, Near Eastern Archaeology, Quaderni Ticinesi, and Transactions of the American Philological Association.   She is a Fellow of the American Numismatic Society and member of the Royal Numismatic Society.  Her excavations in Javols, France have concluded, and she is now a numismatist for the Bir Madhkur, Jordan (George Washington University) and Sardis, Turkey (Harvard and Cornell Universities).  Under review is an edited (and partly authored) manuscript on the Mithraeum Vault from Caesarea Maritima (with the late Robert J. Bull, ASOR Press) and a monograph on the archaeological and economic contexts of the 1973-2013 coins from the Dardis excavations (Harvard University Press).  She is preparing a multi-author volume on Field C at Caesarea Maritima (ASOR press).