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NOTE: be aware of the difference between coins that are found in excavations (stray or in hoards) and the ones in museums/on the market
A bibliography of Islamic coins by Michael Bates, 2010
Numismatic Bibliography by Michael Bates, 2020 Bates numismatic bibliography 20200430
A bibliography of world coins by Jim Farr
Scholars of the field- Academia.edu pages
Weights, stamps and seals
Balog, Paul, 1976. Umayyad, ʿĀbbasid and Ṭūlūnid Glass Weights and Vessel Stamps, Numismatic Studies 13, New York: the American Numismatic Society.
Amitai-Preiss, Nitzan, 2015. “What Happened in 155/771-72? The Testimony of Lead Seals”, in: Daniella Talmon-Heller and Katia Cytryn-Silverman (eds.), Material Evidence and Narrative Sources, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 71-86.
Databases/ collections/ images
Link to further numismatics resources on the FLAME webpage: http://coinage.princeton.edu/resources/online-resources/
Firestone’s coin collection database: https://rbsc.princeton.edu/databases/princeton-numismatic-collection-database
Zeno- Oriental Coins Database: https://zeno.ru/
Heidemann, Stefan (2010), “The Evolving Representation of the Early Islamic Empire and its Religion on Coin Imagery”, in: A. Neuwirth, N. Sinai and M. Marx, eds, The Qurʾān in Context, Leiden: Brill, 149–197.
Heidemann, Stefan (2011), “The Representation of the Early Islamic Empire and Its Religion on Coin Imagery”, in: Albrecht Fuess and Jan-Peter Hartung, eds, Court Cultures in the Muslim World: Seventh to Nineteenth Centuries, London: Routledge, 30–53.