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Coinage of the Crusader States, 1098-1291
Irene F. Preston
by Attic Books
Written in English
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Coins of the Crusader States par Alex G. Malloy, Irene Fraley Preston, Arthur J. Seltman (Fairfield: Second edition. 8vo) MRK Die Münzen der Römischen Kaiserzeit par Ursula Kampmann (Gietl Verlag) MSI The Coinage and History of Southern India par Michael Mitchiner (Hawkins Publications) MT. For an overview of the history of the crusader states in the first half of the twelfth century see: Mayer, The Crusades, pp. 58–92; Richard, The Crusades, pp. 77–; Jotischky, Crusading and the Crusader States, pp. 62–
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This book is a must have for anyone who wants to collect Crusader coinage. There are descriptions and line drawings of all the major types, and a section of photos as well. Each region is listed separately, broken down by ruler.
Every entry is heavily annotated for further research if you need more information.5/5(2). Coins of the Crusader States, Including the Kingdom of Jerusalem and Its Vassal States of Syria and Palestine, the Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus (), and the Latin Empire of Constantinople and Its Vassal States of Greece and the Archipelago: Authors: Alex G.
Malloy, Irene Fraley Preston, Arthur J. Seltman: Editor: Allen G. The book will be welcome for tackling the Crusades from a fresh but important angle; the relations of the Crusader states with their neighbours, both Christian (the Byzantines) and, especially, Islamic â€“ the rulers of Damascus, Aleppo, Baghdad, Cairo etc.
It contributes to the very fashionabl. Malloy, A. G., Preston, I. & Seltman, A. Coins of the Crusader States Second Edition. Connecticut, pages, 11 plates and line illustrations throughout.
Cloth, gilt, jacket. This updated, second edition of this standard reference book provides readers with a useful one volume guide to the coinage of the Crusaders.
The Crusader states, were feudal Christian states in the Eastern were established at the end of the 11th and the beginning of the 12th century as a consequence of the First states in the Levant also became known to historians by the term Outremer from the French phrase outre-mer or "the land beyond the sea".
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Les monnaies royales françaises de Hugues Capet a Louis XVI. Paris. Ciani Louis Ciani. Les monnaies françaises de la révolution a la fin du premier empire, à Paris. CL E. Ivanauskas. Coins of Lithuania Vilnius. CNCE. P.M. Holt, “The Geography of the Region,” in The Crusader States and their Neighbors, (New York: Pearson, ) Christopher MacEvitt, “Religious Communities of the Levant,” The Crusades and the Christian World of the East: Rough Tolerance (Philadelphia, ) Coins of the Crusader States, – including the Kingdom of Jerusalem and its vassal states of Syria and Palestine, the Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus (–), and the Latin Empire of Constantinople and its vassal states of Greece and the Archipelago.
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Jonathan Riley-Smith. New York: Oxford University Press, London: British Numismatic Society, 4to, original black cloth, gilt; jacket. xiv,(1) pages; 21 plates of coins. New. A thorough examination of the history of the Benedictine abbey at Bury St Edmunds and the coinage produced there under privilege from Edward the Confessor through COINS OF THE CRUSADER STATES - [Incl.
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