Amy Nizolek, a postgraduate at the University of Oxford, has already made a significant contribution to the Coin Hoards of the Roman Empire Project with her MStud. thesis on hoarding and coin circulation in North Africa. The thesis entitled Coin circulation of Roman North Africa: an examination of coin hoards is a compilation and analysis of Roman coin hoards in North Africa with closing dates from the mid-third century AD onward. Its aim was to provide new insights into the region’s hoarding patterns and major trends in coin circulation. It is hoped that it will both provide a foundation both for further research into North Africa’s monetary circulation and enable an economic comparison of North Africa with other Roman provinces in the late Empire. You can download Amy’s thesis here.