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Monetary Change and Economic History in the Mediaeval World

Author: Andrew S Ehrenkreutz; Jere L Bacharach
Publisher: Variorum, 1992.
Series: Collected studies, CS 371.
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Brings together all the author's major contributions to the monetary history of the medieval Middle East, opening with three essays presenting an overview of economic and monetary changes in the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew S Ehrenkreutz; Jere L Bacharach
ISBN: 0860783243 9780860783244
OCLC Number: 26304704
Description: [304] p. ; 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.

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