Carolingian Coinage and the Vikings: Studies on Power and Trade in the 9th Century
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - 336 páginas
Historians and numismatists alike will welcome the appearance of this volume, which brings together Simon Coupland's series of highly significant articles on Carolingian coinage. The author draws out the economic and political implications of coin types and coin hoards from the reign of Charlemagne to the Edict of Pitres in 864."
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