Problems of medieval coinage in the Iberian area 3

a symposium held by the Instituto Numismatica Scabitana and the Instituto de Sintra on 46-8 October, 1988
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Instituto Politécnico de Santarém , Santarém
Coins, Medieval -- Spain -- Congresses., Coins, Medieval -- Portugal -- Congresses., Coins, Spanish -- Congresses., Coins, Portuguese -- Congre
Statementedited by Mário Gomes Marques and D. M. Metcalf.
ContributionsMarques, Mário Gomes., Metcalf, D. M. 1933-, Instituto Politécnico de Santarém., Symposium on Problems of Medieval Coinage in the Iberian Area, (3rd : 1988 : Instituto Politécnico de Santarém)
LC ClassificationsCJ3194
The Physical Object
Pagination581 p. :
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Open LibraryOL17229852M

OCLC Number: Notes: Papers from the 1st-3rd> Symposium on Problems of Medieval Coinage in the Iberian ption: volumes 3>: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.

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Gomes and Crusafont i Sabater, M. (eds.), Problems of Medieval Coinage in the Iberian Area, II, Aviles. Medieval European Coinage: Volume 6, The Iberian Peninsula - Kindle edition by Crusafont, Miquel, Balaguer, Anna M., Grierson, Philip.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Medieval European Coinage: Volume 6, The Iberian Peninsula.5/5(4). A parcel of coins of Alfonso VI of Leon (). Reprinted from Problems of medieval coinage in the Iberian area 3 Javascript must be enabled for VCoins to work properly.

In medieval western Europe there were no token moneys, although (especially from the 13th century in the Mediterranean), there were numerous partially fiduciary coins, especially pennies with a sometimes-minimal content of silver.

46 At some times and places there were also fiduciary grossi and even some fiduciary gold coins whose legal value. Anna M. Balaguer has published extensively on medieval Islamic, Castilian, Catalan, Aragonese and Portuguese coinages as well as the coinage of the Iberian peninsula.

These publications include Del Mancus a la Dobla () and Historia de la moneda dels comtats Catalans () as well as articles and chapters in many other works. The minting of coins in the Iberian Peninsula spread in from the mid-fifth century BC until the reign of the emperor Claudius.

The first coinages were struck in the Greek colonies of Emporion and Rhode. A monetized society, the use of coins among the natives extended widely during the second and first centuries BC, when more than mints were in operation.“ On the metrology of the silver coinage of the Spanish Emirate ” in Problems in the Medieval Coinage in the Iberian Area, M.

Gomes Marques, M. Crusafont I Sabatier, Eds. (Instituto Politécnico, ), Vol. 2, pp.

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– For some historians, medieval Iberian society was primarily one of peaceful coexistence and cross-cultural fertilization; others have sketched a harsher picture of Muslims and Christians engaged in an ongoing contest for political, religious, and economic advantage culminating in the fall of Muslim Granada and the expulsion of the Jews in the 5/5(4).

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The history of ancient Iberian coinage begins as early as the fifth century BC, but widespread minting and circulation in the Iberian peninsula did not begin until late in the third century, during the Second Punic War. Civic coinages - emissions made by individual cities at their own volition - continued under the first two and a half centuries of Roman control until ending in the mid-first.

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Marques (Santarem, ), pp. "The American Industrial Medal," The Numismatist, 97, 10 (Oct. ), Recipient. Survey of Medieval Iberian Coinages by John Lhotka and P.

Anderson. This is an invaluable reference by medieval scholars on the early coinage of Spain and Portugal. It covers heraldry letter forms, coin types, values, historical notes, mints. On some Iberian coins, an unusual form of T was used which looked like the letter O with a cross bar over the top.

The letter S was sometimes depicted as lying on its side. Until the late middle ages, U and J were rarely used but were replaced by V and I. W was often shown as a double V or VV. This national area has the same problems as. Jitske Jasperse, “Between León and the Levant: The Infanta Sancha’s Altar as Material Evidence for Medieval History,” pp.

Pamela Patton, “Demons and Diversity in León,” pp. Iberian coins online. Find the best selection from the most respected coins dealers around the world. Visit Now!John Day, 'The Fisher Equation and Medieval Monetary History,' in Mario Gomes Marques, ed., Problems of Medieval Coinage in the Iberian Area (Sanartem, ), pp.

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