Coins: introductions and general works

Introductions to Muslim coins

Heidemann, Stefan, 2010. Chapter 16. Numismatics. In, Robinson, C.F. (ed), Cambridge New History of Islam. Vol. 1: The Formation of the Islamic World, Sixth to Eleventh Centuries: 648-63. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heidemann, S., Canto, A. and Nastich, V. 2015. Islamic Section: The Mediterranean, Western Eurasia, Central Asia, and Later South Asia. In, Arnold-Biucchi, C. and Caccamo Caltabiano, M.  (eds), International Association of Professional Numismatists, Special Publication 16, Survey of Numismatic Research 2008-2013: 531-92. Taormina: Arbor Sapientiae.

General works

Bone, H. 2000. The Administration of Umayyad Syria: the Evidence of the Copper Coins. PhD. Princeton University.

Goodwin, T. 2012. The Chronology of the Umayyad Imperial Image Coinage. Progress over the Last 10 Years. In, idem (ed), Arab-Byzantine Coins and History: Papers Presented at the 13th Seventh Century Syrian Numismatic Round Table held at Corpus Christi College Oxford on 11th and 12th September 2011: 89-108. London.

Goodwin, T. 2015. The Egyptian Arab-Byzantine Coinage. In, Oddy, A., Schulze, I. and Schulze, W. (eds), Coinage and History in the Seventh Century Near East 4, Proceedings of the 14th Seventh Century Syrian Numismatic Round Table held at The Hive, Worcester, on 28th and 29th September 2013: 27-36. London: Archetype.

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.

Kovalev, R.K. 2011. The Role of Khazaria and Volga Bulǧāria in Trade Relations Between the Near East and European Russia During the Tenth Through the Early Eleventh Centuries (The Numismatic Evidence). Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 18: 43-156.

Kovalev, R.K. 2015. When and What Regions of the Islamic World Exported Sasanian and Arab-Sasanian Silver Coins to Early Viking-Age Northern Lands?. In, Talvio T., and Wijk, M. (eds), Myntstudier: Festskrift till Kenneth Jonsson: 68-83. Stocholm: Svenska Numismatica Föreningen.

Nassar, N.G. 1948. The Arabic Mints in Palestine and Trans-Jordan. Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine 13: 121-27.

Qedar, S. 1989. Copper Coinage of Syria in the Seventh and Eighth Century A.D. Israel Numismatic Journal 10: 27-39.

Schindel, N. 2006. The End of Umayyad Coinage in Southern Bilad al-Sham. Israel Numismatic Research 1: 137-50.

Treadwell, L. 2017. The Numismatic Evidence for the Reign of Aḥmad b. Ṭūlūn (254–270/868-883). Al-ʿUṣūr al-Wusṭā 25: 14-40.

Walmsley, A. 1999. Coin Frequencies in Sixth and Seventh Century Palestine and Arabia: Social and Economic Implications. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 42: 326-50.

Walmsley, A. 2007. Economic Developments and the Nature of Settlement in the Towns and Countryside of Syria-Palestine, ca. 565-800. Dumbarton Oaks Papers 61: 319-52.