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ANCIENT COIN CLUB OF
LOS ANGELES

MONTHLY MEETINGS

ACCLA MEETS EVERY SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 1:00 - 4:00 P.M. AT THE SHERMAN OAKS GALLERIA.

Meeting Programs | Meeting Location

Upcoming Programs

OCTOBER 8, 2017 MEETING

Roman victoriatus from about 211 BCE, Crawford 44-1.

PUNIC WARS – BARCAS V. SCIPIOS
The Punic Wars were the largest of their time. Their outcome determined the fate of two nations and shaped the Western world. Two families, Barca and Scipio, played leading roles. Key battles, elephants, politics, family intrigue, and major developments in coins of the Roman Republic will make an interesting and informative program.

Presented by Roger Burry & Kenneth Friedman

Visitors are always welcome at our meetings!

NOVEMBER 12, 2017 MEETING

THE ETRUSCANS

Bob Lattanzi

Visitors are always welcome at our meetings!

DECEMBER 10, 2017 MEETING

PRESENTATION BY

Randy Butler

Visitors are always welcome at our meetings!
ACCLA members at the Getty Villa
ACCLA presents a lively series of educational programs at its monthly meetings that appeal to lovers of ancient history and coins alike.

Meeting Location

ACCLA members at the monthly meetingACCLA members at the monthly meeting

Time: The second Sunday of each month from 1:00 P.M. till 4:00 P.M.

Location: Club meetings are usually held in the Community Room at the Sherman Oaks Galleria. The Sherman Oaks Galleria is located at the intersection of Ventura Blvd and Sepulveda Blvd. very close to the intersection of the 101 and 405 Freeways in Sherman Oaks. The address is 15301 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. The Community Room (A5) is on the A level of the Rotunda. Self-parking can be accessed from Ventura Boulevard at Galleria Lane or from Sepulveda Boulevard via Galleria Gateway. We do validate parking, so self-parking is free. Maps are available at Sermanoaksgalleria.com.

Guests are welcome at all our meetings!

Three Roman Legionaries At ACCLA
"Interesting and unexpected things often happen at these meetings, discussions are fascinating, and civility and humor always prevail."
Kenneth L. Friedman, ACCLA President