2 edition of Irish mints of Edward I in the light of the coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain found in the catalog.
Irish mints of Edward I in the light of the coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain
|Statement||by R.H.M. Dolley.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v.66, no.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
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The list of hoards in Ireland comprises the significant archaeological hoards of coins, jewellery, metal objects, scrap metal and other valuable items that have been discovered on the island of Ireland (Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland).It includes both hoards that were buried with the intention of retrieval at a later date (personal hoards, founder's hoards, merchant's hoards, and.
¹ DOLLEY, RHM. The Irish Mints of Edward I in the light of the Coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain,' Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 66, Section C, no.
3, pp. H M Dolley, 'Th Irish Mints of Edward I in the light of the Coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain', Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 66, Section C, no. 3,pp. On payments out of the Irish exchequer see J. Lydon, 'Edward II and the Revenues of Ireland in ', Irish Historical Studies, xiv, 53 ().
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Background It is generally agreed that the first coins used in Ireland for trade purposes were those imported by the Dublin vikings in the midth C and that these coins comprised a mixture of mainly Anglo-Saxon, with some European and Islamic (Kufic) coins also turning up in hoards and single finds.
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Martin Allen investigates the working lives of the people employed in the mints in unprecedented detail and places the mints in the context of medieval England's commerce and government, showing the king's vital interest in the production of coinage, the maintenance of its quality and his mint by: BRITISH ORDERS AND DECORATIONS By JAMES CHARLES RISK FOREWORD.
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km). Cap. Full text of "The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society" See other formats. Page note 2 The hoards from Great Britain and Ireland from c.
to c. are conveniently listed and summarized by Dolley, R. M., The Hiberno-Norse Coins in the British Museum, SCBI 8, 15 – Cited by: ‘The Irish mints of Edward I in the light of the coin-hoards from Ireland and Great Britain’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 66 (), pp.
– Dolley, R. M., ‘Anglo-Irish monetary policies, –’, in J. Beckett, ed., Historical studies: papers read before the Irish Conference of Historians, vol. VII (Belfast.
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Benchmarking medieval economic development: England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, c Article in The Economic History Review 61(4) - November with. With the end of the re‐coinage process, English and Irish currency became identical in weight and fineness and acceptable in both countries.
The fortunes of the Irish mint under Edward I are discussed by Cassidy in another article (also in British Numismatic Journal). The new re‐coinage took place in –2, in conjunction with Edward's.
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It reinforces just how special Jersey’s archaeology it.’ The hoard was discovered by metal detectorists Reg Mead and Richard Miles who, believing they had found something significant, reported it to Jersey Heritage. British Numismatic Journal (BNJ) vol.
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