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Indici e istruzioni


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PERSONAGES
Dynastis, Historical Outlines
Personage Names and Horizontal Inscriptions


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INSCRIPTIONS
Marginal Inscriptions


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MINTS
Mints in Alphabetical Order
Mints in Geographical Order
Dates, Mints and Numers of the Catalogue


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INSTRUCTIONS
Instructions to the Use of the Notes


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CATALOGUE
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Abbasid Caliph 5. Harun al-Rashid, 170-193H = 786-809C


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PLATES
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Callegher Bruno

Nulla dies sine linea: among the dinars of 65-334H / 684-946CE


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UP-TO-DATE REVISION 2012
Prize, usefulness and importance of the Corpus


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2010Nulla dies sine linea: among the dinars of 65-334H / 684-946CECallegher, Bruno
2010Abbasid Caliph 5. Harun al-Rashid, 170-193H = 786-809CBernardi, Giulio
2010indici e istruzioniBernardi, Giulio
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Giulio Bernardi (Trieste) is a collector, a professional numismatist and a scholar of medieval coinage. His essays include Monetazione del Patriarcato di Aquileia, Trieste 1975 and Il Duecento a Trieste. Le monete, Trieste 1995. Over the years, his interest as a scholar and collector focused on the islamic coinage, that has been the key topic of several articles, including Contributi alla storia numismatica di Rayy, “Gazzetta Svizzera di Numismatica” 40/159 (1990), pp. 63-66; Il dinar di ‘Abd al-Malik coniato nell’anno 77H. Un esame comparativo dei coni di martello e d’incudine, “Rivista Svizzera di Numismatica”, 80 (2001), pp. 131-137.

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Now, at long last, the world of Islamic numismatics has been provided with a comprehensive compilation and guide to the first period of Islamic gold coinage from the time of the Umayyad caliph ‘Abd al-Malik bin Marwn until the deposition of the Abbasid caliph al-Mustakfi in 334 Hijra (946 CE).
Robert Darley-Doran

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