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Füeg Franz Corpus of the Nomismata from Anastasius II to John I in Constantinople 713-976

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édition 2007 - 196 pages illustrées de 352 monnaies - relié sous jaquette avec CDRom

The first comprehensive catalog of almost all the gold nomismata struck at Constantinople from 713-976, this book compiles the material accessible in museum collections and publications, as well as previously unpublished specimens from both finds and private collections, and provides a detailed overview of the output of the Byzantine imperial mint during that critical period in that empire’s political and economic history, when its influence in Italy was drastically waning and it faced stiff opposition from rising Islamic influence in Anatolia and the Levant. For more than two decades the author has exhaustively researched this subject and built upon the existing wealth of material, creating a die corpus for each emperor during this period. The first part offers a detailed introductory commentary by way of an historical overview of the period and an in-depth synthesis on the issues of each emperor covered, including a detailed revision of the arrangement of series, chronology, iconographic types, and metrology.

The second part contains the catalog of the nomismata coinage minted at Constantinople between 713-976, as well as silver and copper specimens struck from nomismata dies. The coins of each emperor are arranged in chronological series of issue and divided within each series of issue according to die variety. The catalog also contains a section covering imitations and forgeries, a corpus of site finds, a detailed discursus on the complex iconography present on the coins, as well as a schema of the potential total number of dies employed in the minting of these coins. A detailed bibliography of the most current scholarship on the field is also provided. An accompanying CD-ROM will illustrate each of the 7,780 nomismata listed in the Corpus. This well-researched book will be the new standard reference for the gold, and will prove beneficial not only to numismatists and collectors, but those interested in the history of this fascinating period. An essential reference for the specialized collector, as well as for dealers, interested historians, and institutions.

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Füeg Franz Corpus of the Nomismata from Anastasius II to John I in Constantinople 713-976

édition 2007 - 196 pages illustrées de 352 monnaies - relié sous jaquette avec CDRom

The first comprehensive catalog of almost all the gold nomismata struck at Constantinople from 713-976, this book compiles the material accessible in museum collections and publications, as well as previously unpublished specimens from both finds and private collections, and provides a detailed overview of the output of the Byzantine imperial mint during that critical period in that empire’s political and economic history, when its influence in Italy was drastically waning and it faced stiff opposition from rising Islamic influence in Anatolia and the Levant. For more than two decades the author has exhaustively researched this subject and built upon the existing wealth of material, creating a die corpus for each emperor during this period. The first part offers a detailed introductory commentary by way of an historical overview of the period and an in-depth synthesis on the issues of each emperor covered, including a detailed revision of the arrangement of series, chronology, iconographic types, and metrology.

The second part contains the catalog of the nomismata coinage minted at Constantinople between 713-976, as well as silver and copper specimens struck from nomismata dies. The coins of each emperor are arranged in chronological series of issue and divided within each series of issue according to die variety. The catalog also contains a section covering imitations and forgeries, a corpus of site finds, a detailed discursus on the complex iconography present on the coins, as well as a schema of the potential total number of dies employed in the minting of these coins. A detailed bibliography of the most current scholarship on the field is also provided. An accompanying CD-ROM will illustrate each of the 7,780 nomismata listed in the Corpus. This well-researched book will be the new standard reference for the gold, and will prove beneficial not only to numismatists and collectors, but those interested in the history of this fascinating period. An essential reference for the specialized collector, as well as for dealers, interested historians, and institutions.

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