12 5th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins. Rome, 29-30 September 2017 : [18] Collection home page

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D'Ottone Rambach Arianna

Una inedita traduzione di Simone Assemani nell'Archivio Storico dell'Eremo di Camaldoli

Callegari Marco

A bibliographical (and not only) correspondence: letters of Simone Assemani to Giovanni Bernardo De Rossi

Cattaneo Gianmario

Simone Assemani "Epigrafista". Una lettera a Giacomo Nani su un'iscrizione greca dedicata a Iside

Callegher Bruno

"Rara & singularis commixtio lucis, & tenebrarum!" At the beginning of the studies on Arab-Byzantine coinage

Alchomari Alaa Aldin

Les lieux de trouvaille syriens de fulus d'al-Baṣra de 136H et les raisons de leurs importations

Rafaat Al-Nabarawy Rwayda

A rare Samanid dinar struck in Mohammedia in 341 A.H. bearing the names of Prince Noah Bin Nasser and the Caliph Al-Mostafky Bi Allah

Gariboldi Andrea, Mantellini Simone, Berdimuradov Amriddin

Numismatic finds from Kafir Kala as evidencen of the Islamic transition in Samarkand

Kool Robert, Baidoun Issa, Sharvit Jacob

The Fatimid gold treasure from Cesarea Maritima harbor (2015): preliminary results

Kovalev Roman K.

Rus mercenaries in the Byzantine-Arab wars of the 950s-960s: the numismatic evidence

Domenech-Belda Carolina

The Fāṭimid coins from Sicily in Al-Andalus: the Jabonerías hoard (Murcia, Spain)

Schultz Warren C.

Re-excavating the excavated: analyzing Mamluk Dirham hoards from Jordan via their published reports, and why that is worth doing

Saccocci Andrea

Il Mancuso nelle fonti medievali: metamorfosi di un mito

Crisà Antonino

Why should the Palermo Museum and Antonino Salinas keep Arabic coins? New record on Canon Giovanni Pacetto's donation (1887)

Giovino Fiorentino Pietro

Un contributo quasi inedito di Michele Amari. La matrice sigillare islamica di Lagopesole

Santangelo Stefania

Paolo Orsi e la monetazione araba di Sicilia nel medagliere di Siracusa: documenti d'archivio

Paghava Irakli

Telavi Hoard: new data on the Ottoman coinage minted in the Georgian Kingdom of K'Akheti

D'Ottone Rambach Arianna

The Nani Collection of Arabic coins through unpublished documents & drawings by Jean-François Champollion (1790-1832)

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2018The Fatimid gold treasure from Cesarea Maritima harbor (2015): preliminary resultsKool, Robert; Baidoun, Issa; Sharvit, Jacob
2018Numismatic finds from Kafir Kala as evidencen of the Islamic transition in SamarkandGariboldi, Andrea; Mantellini, Simone; Berdimuradov, Amriddin
2018A rare Samanid dinar struck in Mohammedia in 341 A.H. bearing the names of Prince Noah Bin Nasser and the Caliph Al-Mostafky Bi AllahRafaat Al-Nabarawy, Rwayda
2018Les lieux de trouvaille syriens de fulus d'al-Baṣra de 136H et les raisons de leurs importationsAlchomari, Alaa Aldin
2018Rara & singularis commixtio lucis, & tenebrarum! At the beginning of the studies on Arab-Byzantine coinageCallegher, Bruno
2018Simone Assemani "Epigrafista". Una lettera a Giacomo Nani su un'iscrizione greca dedicata a IsideCattaneo, Gianmario
2018A bibliographical (and not only) correspondence: letters of Simone Assemani to Giovanni Bernardo De RossiCallegari, Marco
2018Una inedita traduzione di Simone Assemani nell'Archivio Storico dell'Eremo di CamaldoliD'Ottone Rambach, Arianna
2018The Nani Collection of Arabic coins through unpublished documents & drawings by Jean-François Champollion (1790-1832)D'Ottone Rambach, Arianna
2018Telavi Hoard: new data on the Ottoman coinage minted in the Georgian Kingdom of K'AkhetiPaghava, Irakli
2018Paolo Orsi e la monetazione araba di Sicilia nel medagliere di Siracusa: documenti d'archivioSantangelo, Stefania
2018Un contributo quasi inedito di Michele Amari. La matrice sigillare islamica di LagopesoleGiovino, Fiorentino Pietro
2018Why should the Palermo Museum and Antonino Salinas keep Arabic coins? New record on Canon Giovanni Pacetto's donation (1887)Crisà, Antonino
2018Re-excavating the excavated: analyzing Mamluk Dirham hoards from Jordan via their published reports, and why that is worth doingSchultz, Warren C.
2018Il Mancuso nelle fonti medievali: metamorfosi di un mitoSaccocci, Andrea
2018The Fāṭimid coins from Sicily in Al-Andalus: the Jabonerías hoard (Murcia, Spain)Domenech-Belda, Carolina
2018Rus mercenaries in the Byzantine-Arab wars of the 950s-960s: the numismatic evidenceKovalev, Roman K.
20185th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins. Rome, 29-30 September 2017Callegher, Bruno; D’Ottone Rambach, Arianna
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18
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The Proceedings of the 5th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins collect the various contributions with the unifying subject proposed for the meeting: Islamic money in the archaeological contexts (Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Tajikistan, Poland, on the plains of western Russia and in Georgia, Sicily or Spain), problems, methods, documentary value for the economic history from the Umayyad period to the Mamluks. The numismatic documentation should be also the outcome of recent investigations in the archives, i.e. the project “Fontes Inediti Numismaticae Orientalis”, acronym FINO. The opening of a line of research on the history of collecting and studies of Islamic numismatics should strive for an interdisciplinary approach beyond merely classificatory aspects and at the same time a sort of resistance to the danger of considering the numismatics of the Islamic world as secondary, marginal, with respect to the money of the “classical” world. The confirmation of an undeclared inter-disciplinarity appears, e.g., in the paper The Nani Collection of Arabic Coins through unpublished documents & drawings by Jean François Champollion (1790-1832).

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.