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CONTENTS / SOMMARIO

Callegher Bruno

Per Giulio Bernardi

Pontani Anna

Simone Assemani da Vienna a Trieste

D’Ottone Rambach Arianna

Arabic Seals and Scripts Simone Assemani Through his Unpublished Correspondence

Callegher Bruno

Simone Assemani nella polemica Schiepati-Castiglioni (1818-1820)

Ilisch Lutz

The Leipzig Numismatic Contest of 1752 - An Incentive From the Imperial Coin Collection to Reestabilish the Ability to Attribute Arabic Coins

Atef Mansour M. Ramadan

Rethinking Lavoix's Attribution of the Dinar dated 210 AH/AD 825-826

Naymark Aleksandr

Coin Collecting in Colonial Turkestan (From Russian Conquest to the end of the 19th Century)

De Luca Maria Amalia

Il medagliere islamico dell'ex museo nazionale di Palermo e la sua collezione inedita di gettoni di vetro

Paghava Irakli

Prince Teimouraz and his Essays on Georgian Sphragistics and Numismatic History (at the Dawn of national Georgian Numismatic Scholarship)

Nastich Vladimir N.

Islamic Numismatics in Russian Turkestan (Imperial period, c. 1867-1917)

Callegari Marco

Alle origini della bibliografia sulla numismatica islamica

D'Ottone Rambach Arianna

L'affare Stanzani. Documenti inediti degli archivi romani

Gariboldi Andrea

Le monete di Turgar (738-750), ultimo re di Samarcanda

Atef Mansour M. Ramadan

A new reading for the Abbasid dinar in the name of caliph Al-Mu tamid Ala Allah (AH 256-279) minted in Al-Ma Suq 271 AH

Kovalev Roman K.

Production of Dirhams at the Mint of Damascus (Dimashq) in the First Four Centuries of Islam and the Question of Near Eastern Metallic Zones

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
27-Jan-2016Production of Dirhams at the Mint of Damascus (Dimashq) in the First Four Centuries of Islam and the Question of Near Eastern Metallic ZonesKovalev, Roman K.
27-Jan-2016A new reading for the Abbasid dinar in the name of caliph Al-Mu tamid Ala Allah (AH 256-279) minted in Al-Ma Suq 271 AHAtef Mansour, M. Ramadan
27-Jan-2016Le monete di Turgar (738-750), ultimo re di SamarcandaGariboldi, Andrea
27-Jan-2016L'affare Stanzani. Documenti inediti degli archivi romaniD'Ottone Rambach, Arianna
27-Jan-2016Alle origini della bibliografia sulla numismatica islamicaCallegari, Marco
27-Jan-2016Islamic Numismatics in Russian Turkestan (Imperial period, c. 1867-1917)Nastich, Vladimir N.
27-Jan-2016Prince Teimouraz and his Essays on Georgian Sphragistics and Numismatic History (at the Dawn of national Georgian Numismatic Scholarship)Paghava, Irakli
27-Jan-2016Il medagliere islamico dell'ex museo nazionale di Palermo e la sua collezione inedita di gettoni di vetroDe Luca, Maria Amalia
26-Jan-2016Coin Collecting in Colonial Turkestan (From Russian Conquest to the end of the 19th Century)Naymark, Aleksandr
26-Jan-2016Rethinking Lavoix's Attribution of the Dinar dated 210 AH/AD 825-826Atef Mansour, M. Ramadan
26-Jan-2016The Leipzig Numismatic Contest of 1752 - An Incentive From the Imperial Coin Collection to Reestabilish the Ability to Attribute Arabic CoinsIlisch, Lutz
26-Jan-2016Simone Assemani nella polemica Schiepati-Castiglioni (1818-1820)Callegher, Bruno
26-Jan-2016Arabic Seals and Scripts Simone Assemani Through his Unpublished CorrespondenceD’Ottone Rambach, Arianna
26-Jan-2016Simone Assemani da Vienna a TriestePontani, Anna
26-Jan-2016Per Giulio BernardiCallegher, Bruno
2015The 4th Simone Assemani symposium on Islamic coins : Trieste, 26/27 September 2014Callegher, Bruno; D'Ottone Rambach, Arianna
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 16 of 16
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The fourth edition of the Assemani Symposium (Trieste, 25-27 September 2014) focused on the history of studies on Islamic numismatics and welcomed contributions dedicated to other topics related to Oriental numismatics in the broadest sense. The Proceedings gather together 14 papers encompassing archive documents, coins from Syria to China – passing through Central Asia – as well as glass jetons from Sicilian collections, and Arabic and Georgian seals. An ample section is devoted to Simone Assemani’s unpublished correspondence and a special attention is also given to the history of collections of Arabic coins in Italy and abroad. The volume offers a wide perspective on Numismatic research on Oriental materials and its contents will be of interest for every scholar interested in Numismatics.

Bruno Callegher: His scientific interests can be defined with in two major research ambits, one relating to Roman coin finds in North-Eastern Italy, the other regarding Byzantine coinage. He has been Keeper at the ‘Museo Bottacin’ in Padua and since 2006 associate professor of Numismatics at the University of Trieste.

Arianna D’Ottone Rambach is Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Sapienza-University of Rome, and Junior Research Fellow at Sapienza School for Advanced Studies (SSAS). Her numismatic research is focused on Italian collections of Arabic coins, on the Rasulid coinage (Yemen) and on Arabic glass jetons.