Arab-Byzantine coins from the Irbid hoard : including a new introduction to the series and a study of the Pseudo-Damascus mint

"'Irbid hoard', found in Jordan in the mid 1960s, is still the only known hoard of Arab-Byzantine coins. It is of particular interest because it consists mainly of two unusual types of coin (Pseudo-Damascus and al-wafa' lillah), which were previously poorly understood and only known from a small... Full description

Main Author: Goodwin, Tony, 1945-
Other Authors: Gyselen, Rika, Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain)
Format: Book
Language: English
Series: Special publication (Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain))
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Summary: "'Irbid hoard', found in Jordan in the mid 1960s, is still the only known hoard of Arab-Byzantine coins. It is of particular interest because it consists mainly of two unusual types of coin (Pseudo-Damascus and al-wafa' lillah), which were previously poorly understood and only known from a small number of examples."--Page ix
Item Description: "Special Publication No. 53"--Verso page
Physical Description: ix, 297 pages: illustrations; 31 cm..
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN: 0901405841 (hbk.)
9780901405845 (hbk.)
ISSN: 0080-4487;