Byzantine Anonymous Folles In Malatya Archaeology Museum
Abstract895 Byzantium coins which were recorded in the inventory between 1970-2006 have been determined in the study carried out in Malatya Archaeology Museum in August 2008. 464 of these coins are anonymous folles. According to sources from that period and numismatic data anonymous folles was started to be struck during the period of John I. The copper coinage Byzantine Empire, between the accession to the throne of John I in 969 and the great monetary reform of Alexius I in 1092 is distinguished from that of earlier centuries in two respects. First, there is a portrait of Christ on copper coins, although it was an application preferred only on golden coins until that time. Second, they were not struck in the name of any emperor. 80% of the coins being the subject of the paper comes from Malatya and its surroundings. Therefore, anonymous folles in Malatya Archaeology Museum is a data group reflecting the Middle Age Byzantine Anatolia well and accurately.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Anadolu University in its journal Anadolu University Journal of Social Sciences.
Volume (Year): 9 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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