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Bruno Callegher

The 'Simone Assemani' Symposia


Nintzan Amitai-Preiss

Umayyad Lead Sealings


Daniele Castrizio

Ritrovamenti di monete arabo-bizantine dagli scavi d’Antinopoli d’Egitto. Note preliminari


Michele Asolati

Ritrovamenti di monete islamiche in Cirenaica dalle indagini archeologiche della Missione Archeologica Italiana a Cirene


Frèdèric Bauden

Appendice - Catalogo


Nikolaus Schindel

The Balkh 93 AH fulus revisited


M. Amalia De Luca

La riforma monetaria dell’aġlabita Ibrāhīm II


Vincenza Grassi

Notes on Ideology and Religious Beliefs in the Islamic and Norman Coinages Circulating in Sicily


Andrea Saccocci

L’introduzione dei grossi agli inizi del XIII secolo e la massiccia esportazione di argento dall’Europa Occidentale ai territori islamici: una semplice coincidenza?


Nastich Vladimir

Persian Legend on Islamic Coins : From Traditional Arabic to the Challenge of Leadership


Atef M. M. Ramadan

Coinage of al-Ghuzzal-‘irāqiyya and its Relationto the Seljuq Conquest


Vladimir A. Belyaev-Sergey V.

Apropos of the 13thCentury Copper dirhams of Bukhara with Chinese Characters


Schultz Warren

The Silver Coinage of the Mamluk Caliph and Sultan al-Musta'in bi'llah (815/1412)


Norman D. Nicol

The Post-Ottoman Conquest Coinage of Egypt


Frèdèric Bauden

La collection des monnaies islamiques du Musée Bottacin (Padoue). Présentation et évaluation


Arianna D’Ottone

La collezione di monete arabe dei Musei Capitolini. Storia e materiali


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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2010La collezione di monete arabe dei Musei Capitolini Storia e materialiD'Ottone Arianna
2010La collection des monnaies islamiquesBauden, Frèdèric
2010Apropos of the 13thCentury Copper dirhams of Bukhara with Chinese CharactersVladimir A.Belyaev-Sergey V.
2010Coinage of al-Ghuzzal-‘irāqiyya and its Relationto the Seljuq Conquest, in Bruno Callegher e Arianna D'OttoneRamadan, Atef M. M.
2010L’introduzione dei grossi agli inizi del XIII secolo e la massiccia esportazione di argento dall’Europa Occidentale ai territori islamici: una semplice coincidenza?Saccocci, Andrea
2010Notes on Ideology and Religious Beliefs in the Islamic and Norman Coinages Circulating in SicilyGrassi, Vincenza
2010La riforma monetaria dell’aġlabita Ibrāhīm IIDe Luca, M. Amalia
2010The Balkh 93 AH fulus revisitedSchindel, Nikolaus
2010Appendice - CatalogoBauden, Frédéric
2010The Post-Ottoman Conquest Coinage of EgyptNicol, Norman D.
2010Ritrovamenti di monete islamiche in Cirenaica dalle indagini archeologiche della Missione Archeologica Italiana a CireneAsolati, Michele
2010Ritrovamenti di monete arabo-bizantine dagli scavi d’Antinopoli d’Egitto. Note preliminariCastrizio, Daniele
2010Umayyad Lead SealingsNintzan, Amitai-Preiss
2010The 2nd Simone Assemani symposium on islamic coinsCallegher, Bruno; D’Ottone, Arianna
2010The Silver Coinage of the Mamluk Caliph and Sultan al-Musta'in bi'llah (815/1412)Schultz, Warren C.
2010Persian Legend on Islamic Coins : From Traditional Arabic to the Challenge of LeadershipNastich, Vladimir
2010The 'Simone Assemani' SymposiaCallegher, Bruno
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17

The volume gathers the Proceedings of the second International Symposium ‘Simone Assemani’ on Islamic Numismatics (Trieste, 29-31 August 2008). The papers, by Italian and international scholars, deal with various domains of the Numismatic research covering a wide chronological and geographical span. Seals, coins from archaeological excavations, Arabic coins with Persian legends or with Chinese characters and contributions on Islamic coin collections in Italy are some of the themes of the fifteen papers published. Moreover these papers examine, among other topics, the coins from Islamic and Norman Sicily, the coinage of the Mamluk and post-Ottoman conquest of Egypt and the great export of silver from Europe to Islamic lands at the beginning of the XIIIth century.

Bruno Callegher: His scientific interests can be defined 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: Researcher of Arabic Language and Literature at the Faculty of Oriental Studies of Sapienza – University of Rome. In 2006 she received the N. Lowick Grant from the Royal Numismatic Society and at present she is carrying out the study of the Stanzani Collection kept at the Capitoline Museums.