06. Central Europe

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Dymowski, Arkadiusz

Title:

Eine frühbyzantinische Münze aus der multikulturellen Siedlung von Tałty, Fundstelle II in Masuren (Nordostpolen) / Arkadiusz Dymowski, Mariola Orzechowska, Mirosław Rudnicki

Source:

Acta Archaeologica Carpathica 47 (2012) p. 215-233

Abstract:

Period (1st-7th c.) settlement of the Bogaczewo Culture and the Olsztyn Group, archaeological units identified with Western Balts, led to the discovery of four ancient coins, notably, a truly unique follis of Justinian II, 685–695, minted at Ravenna. Currently this is the only Central European find of a Byzantine bronze coin discovered so far north (other than the hoard [?] from Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany) and the latest of its type to be recorded in the area of Central Europe to the north of the territory of the Avar state. This newly discovered follis confirms the continuity in late 7th century of exchange between the West Balt communities and the territory to the south of the Carpathian arc documented so well for the preceding period. The follis from Tałty could have found its way to the region through contacts of the people of the Olsztyn Group with the Avar Khaganate.

 

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Jankowiak, Marek

Title:

Byzantine coins in Viking-Age northern lands / Marek Jankowiak

Source:

Byzantium and the Viking world / ed. by Fedir Androshchuk, Jonathan Shepard, Monica White. - Uppsala : Uppsala Universiteit [2016]. - (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia Byzantina Upsaliensia ; 16.). - P. 117-139

 

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Lavysh, Krystyna

Title:

Byzantine coins from the area of Belarus / Krystyna Lavysh & Marcin Woloszyn

Source:

Proceedings of the XIVth International Numismatic Congress, Glasgow 2009. II / ed. by Nicholas Holmes. - Glasgow : International Numismatic Council, 2011. – P. 1500-1508

 

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Salamon, Maciej 1946-

Title:

Byzantine coins from the 6th and the 7th century found in Poland and their East-Central European context / M. Salamon, M. Woloszyn

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Paper: XIV International Economic History Congress, Helsinki 2006