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Castro Priego, Manuel

Title:

Los hallazgos numismáticos de Recópolis : aspectos singulares de su integración en la secuencia histórica del yacimiento / Manuel Castro Priego

Source:

Zona Arqueológica 9 (2008) p. 131-141

Abstract:

The group of numismatic discoveries in Recópolis is very wide, with a superior number of coins at 130. It is, on the other hand, of the most important group in tremisses of Visigothic time registered in archaeological excavation. Great part of the study rotates around the relationship of these with the fiscality of the century VI d. C. and their crisis in s. VII D. C., together to the urban deep transformation that will end in the maintenance of the place like an outstanding center of the area. Of this last moment they are the emissions of the Independent Emirate that have been discovered. The transformation of the region and the evolutionn toward the Feudalism implanted by the Military Orders, unite to the emergence of a Christian village, in the XII century that marks the definitive end of the occupation subrayable in old Recópolis.

 

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Hortelano Uceda, Ignacio

Title:

Una hucha casi vacía procedente de Manises / Ignacio Hortelano Uceda, Manuel Gozalbes Fernández de Palencia

Source:

Tesoros monetarios de Valencia y su entorno / ed.: Albert Ribera i Lacomba, Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre ; autores: Llorenc Alapont ... [et al.]. - Valencia : Ajuntament de Valencia, 2005. - (Grandes temas arqueológicos ; 4) . - P. 293-297

 

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Hurtado Mullor, Tomás

Title:

Tres conjuntos monetales documentados en la necrópolis de Chilches (Castellón) / Tomás Hurtado Mullor ... [et al.]

Source:

XIV Congreso Nacional de Numismática : ars metallica, monedas y medallas : Nules-Valencia, 25-27 de octubre de 2010 / ed. por Julio Torres. - Madrid : [s.n.], 2011. - P. 949-970

Abstract:

We analyze part of the numismatic material found in the archaeological excavation carried out during improvement works on the street, Calle Juan Carlos I (Xilxes, Castelló) Spain. The dig revealed a Christian necropolis whose chronology spreads uninterruptedly from approximately the thirteenth to the late-eighteenth centuries. From the collection, we have selected three groups of coins, recovered in as many inhumations, belonging to the final stages of the necropolis’ occupation. The reasons for this choice are their singularity as part of the burial ritual and their value as samples of the monetary spread of the modern period.

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

El hallazgo de 'pennies' ingleses en Roncesvalles / [Felipe Mateu y Llopis]

Source:

Principe de Viana 11 (1950) 50-51 p. 201-210, pls. 1-2

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. [I] / por Felipe Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 4 (1942) p. 215-224

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. II / por F. Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 5 (1943) p. 221-238, pls. 1-2

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. III / por Felipe Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 6 (1944) p. 215-237

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. IV / por Felipe Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 7-8 (1945-1946) p. 233-276, pls. 1-6

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. V / por Felipe Mateu y Llopis

Source:

Ampurias 9-10 (1947-1948) p. 55-95

 

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Mateu y Llopis, Felipe 1901-1998

Title:

Hallazgos monetarios. VI / [Felipe Mateu y Llopis]

Source:

Ampurias 13 (1951) p. 203-254, pl. 1

 

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Sánchez Rincón, Raúl

Title:

De monedas y aves, una extraña pareja / Raúl Sánchez Rincón

Source:

Gaceta Numismática 184 (noviembre 2012) p. 57-66