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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Andrew S Ehrenkreutz; Jere L Bacharach
|Description:|| pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Monetary issues - an overview; monetary aspects of medieval Near Eastern economic history; money; another Orientalist's remarks concerning the Pirenne thesis; monetary developments - the early centuries through the Fatimids; Byzantine tetartera and Islamic dinars; numismatics re-monetized; studies in the monetary history of the Near East in the Middle Ages - the standard of fineness of some types of Dinars; studies in the monetary history of the Near East Middle Ages - 2, the standard of fineness of Western and Eastern Dinars before the Crusades; early Islamic mint output; numismato-statistical reflections on the annual gold coinage production of Tulunid mint in Egypt; the Fatimids in Palistine - the unwitting promoters of the Crusades; additional evidence of the Fatimid use of Dinars for propaganda purposes; economic issues; the Kurr system in Medieval Iraq; the Tasrif and Tasir calculations in medieval Mesopotamian fiscal operations; Al Buzajani (AD 939-997) on the Masir, Saladin and the world of the Crusaders; the crisis of Dinar in the Egypt of Saladin; the standard of fineness of gold coins circulating in Egypt at the time of the Crusades; Arabic Dinars struck by the Crusaders - a case of ignorance or of economic subversion; contributions to the knowledge of the standard of fineness of silver coinage struck in Egypt and Syria during the period of the Crusades; contributions to the knowledge of the fiscal administration of ages; extracts from a technical manual on the Ayyubid mint of Cairo.|
|Series Title:||Collected studies, CS 371.|
|Responsibility:||Andrew S. Ehrenkreutz ; edited by Jere L. Bacharach.|