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Coinage and money in the Byzantine Empire, 1081-1261

Michael F. Hendy

Coinage and money in the Byzantine Empire, 1081-1261

by Michael F. Hendy

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Published by Dumbarton Oaks Centerfor Byzantine Studies, Trustees for Harvard University in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael F. Hendy.
SeriesDumbarton Oaks studies -- 12
ContributionsDumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20992387M

Publication date Title Variation Catalog of the late Byzantine coins, CLBC Note In two volumes. Vol. 1. ISBN (v.   Here, as throughout, DOC resembles far more a second, extensively revised and expanded edition of his earlier work (Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, ), than simply a catalogue of the holdings at Dumbarton Oaks and Harvard. That is appropriate, since Hendy's is the major work of interpretation.

Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire (–), published by Dumbarton Oaks in , when he was only twenty-seven. ‘This pathbreaking and revolutionary study brought order to the previously misunderstood coinage of this period. Where the British Museum catalogue saw a chaotic series of debased coins of varying intrinsic value, HendyAuthor: Theswain. Description. The Catalogue of Late Byzantine Coins is the first major reference to include full and comprehensive typology of late Byzantine coinage (from to ) since the publication of Volume IV and V of the Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection.. Here are some of the new and unique features of our Catalogue.

The Art of the Byzantine Empire, Sources and Documents, Sources and Documents in History, (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, ; reissued by Medieval Academy of America) - English trans of Greek, Latin, Slavic, Syriac and Arabic sources to illustrate Byzantine art history. Version abrégée et mise à jour dans la brochure de Philip Grierson, Byzantine Coinage, Washington, , p. Money of the Incipient Byzantine Empire, I. Anastasius to Justinian (


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Hendy, Michael F.Coinage and money in the Byzantine Empire,by Michael F. Hendy Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, trustees for Harvard University; [distributed by J. Augustin, Locust Valley, N.Y.] Washington.

Wikipedia Citation. Additional note regarding the modern history of tetartera, the coins had little written about then until When Michael Hendy wrote the first work that analyzed the coin and began theory’s on where they were minted.

That book is called “Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire   Byzantine Coins. Berkeley () Hendy, Coinage and money in the Byzantine Empire. Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy c – Cambridge () Hendy, Michael.

Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Economy Author: Mike Markowitz. Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire by Michael Hendy. published by Dumbarton Oaks,pages, 51 plates, folding chart, folding map, large format, green cloth worn and discolored, fore-edges thumbed, binding solid. contents clean.

A little tired but Very Good or so. Coinage and Money in Byzantine Typika CtCILE MORRISSON To the editors of Archives de l'Athos, century typika in his path-breaking book of In chapter four on "The Monetary Ter- Coinage and Money in the Byzantine EmpireDOS 12 (Washington, D.C., ).

identification. The leading reference book for this period is Michael Hendy’s epochal work Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire -published in Hendy was the first to try to attribute coins to a particular ruler based the inscriptions on the coins, as well as File Size: KB. Byzantine studies is an interdisciplinary branch of the humanities that addresses the history, culture, demography, dress, religion/theology, art, literature/epigraphy, music, science, economy, coinage and politics of the Eastern Roman discipline's founder in Germany is considered to be the philologist Hieronymus Wolf (–), a Renaissance Humanist.

For some time the standard theory, as first proposed by Michael Hendy in his book "Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, " (), was that the two larger module series are both official issues of Thessalonica, and that they were issued in parallel, i.e, the Series I types were struck, on essentially a one issue per year basis.

Alexius was responsible for a fair amount of reconstruction of the Byzantine Empire. He also brought about monetary reform in This was made necessary by the trade concessions made to the Venetians in return for their help with the Normans. His wife, Irene Dukaina, is.

Michael Hendyfirstcame to the fore in Byzantine studies with the publication in of Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire when he demonstrated that there was a systematic pattern to the apparent confusion of the coinage of the period.

Coins of the Empire of Trebizond are found in its neighborhood and easy to distinguish from Byzantine coins, but coins of the Latin rulers of Constantinople, the three other Byzantine states, and the Bulgarians are quite similar and were not clearly distinguished until when Hendy published Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, COINAGE AND MONEY IN THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE xviii CHAPTER ONE THE ELEVENTH CENTURY: MONETARY CRISIS.

On Easter Sunday, 4 April ro8I, after a period of looting and riot, Alexius Comnenus was crowned Emperor of the Romans by the Patriarch Cosmas in the Great Church at Constantinople.5/5(1). Index: Gândilă, Andrei Title: Going east: Western money in the Early Byzantine Balkans, Asia Minor and the Circumpontic Region (6th-7th c.) / Andrei Gandila.

Source: Rivista Italiana di Numismatica () p. Abstract: The long-distance circulation of western Byzantine coins is a good indicator for the movement of people and goods in the sixth-to-seventh-century Mediterranean world.

Harvard University Press Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire () (Scan, OCR).pdf Harvard University Press Corpus Papyrorum Judaicarum Vol. 3, Late Roman and Byzantine Period ().pdf.

Catalogue of the Byzantine coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection. Vol. Alexius I to Michael VIII, - Pt. Alexius I to Alexius V: (. COINAGE AND MONEY IN THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE BY MICHAEL F. HENDY Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies Trustees for Harvard University Washington, District of Columbia DUMBARTON OAKS STUDIES 0.

"a quarter of a nomisma of similar type" Ibid., p. 6go. 44 v. Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, " Hendy listed 20 "billon" trachea, designated as Latin Types "A" to "T", which he considered, on the basis of style and provenance, to have been issued by the crusader rulers of Constantinople in the 50 years or so after Late Byzantine.

Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, by Michael F. Hendy, published by Dumbarton Oaks. A monumental early scholarly study, now largely superceded by his "Volume 4" of DO above.

This book is for very advanced specialists.Hendy M.F. - Coinage and money in the Byzantine Empire. ; Manolis Chatzidakis - Hosios Loukas: Byzantine Art in Greece; Manolis Chatzidakis - Hosios Loukas: Byzantine Art in Greece; COINage - April May