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Jere L. Bacharach
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19.88
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The American University in Cairo Press 1999 Hardcover New What can one discover through the study of medieval Islamic coins? It appears that the regular gold dinars and silver dirhams issued by the Ikhshidid rulers of Egypt and Palestine (935-69) followed a series of understood but unwritten rules. As the first part of this book reveals, these norms involved whose names could appear on the regular currency, where the names could be placed (based upon a strict hierarchical order), and even which parts of a Muslim name could be included. The founder of the dynasty, Muhammad ibn Tughj, could use the honorific al-Ikhshid; his eldest son and successor could use his teknonym Abu al-Qasim; his brother, the third ruler, could use only his name Ali; and the eunuch Kafur, effective ruler of Egypt for over twenty years, could never inscribe his name on the regular coinage. At the same time, each one of these rulers was named in the Friday sermon and most had their teknonym inscribed on textiles. Presentation coins, the equivalent of modern commemorative pieces, could break all these rules, and a wide variety of titles appeared, as well as a series of coins with human representation. The second half of the book is a catalogue of over 1, 200 specimens, enabling curators, collectors, and dealers to identify coins in their own collections and their relative rarity. Throughout the book numismatic pieces are illustrated, along with commentary on their inscriptions, layout, and metallic cont ...
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Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
25.00
Michener & Rutledge Bookseller via Alibris /Alibris
The American University in Cairo Press 2006 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 9789774249303. Bookplate, otherwise text clean and tight; includes errata sheet; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 176 pages.
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
25.00
Michener & Rutledge Booksellers, Inc. /Abebooks
ISBN10: 9774249305, ISBN13: 9789774249303, [publisher: The American University in Cairo Press] Hardcover Bookplate, otherwise text clean and tight; includes errata sheet; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 176 pages
[Baldwin City, KS, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2006]
Jere L. Bacharach
USD
38.95
Ergodebooks /Biblio
American University in Cairo Press, Date: 2006-06-30. Hardcover. Good. 2006. American University in Cairo Press ISBN 9774249305 9789774249303 [US]
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
59.00
Expatriate Bookshop of Denmark /Abebooks
[publisher: American University in Cairo (2006), Cairo] Hardcover 24x15cm, xix,188 pp. "What can one discover through the study of medieval Islamic coins? It appears that the regular gold dinars and silver dirhams issued by the Ikhshidid rulers of Egypt and Palestine (935-69) followed a series of understood but unwritten rules. As the first part of this book reveals, these norms involved whose names could appear on the regular currency, where the names could be placed (based upon a strict hierarchical order), and even which parts of a Muslim name could be included. The founder of the dynasty, Muhammad ibn Tughj, could use the honorific al-Ikhshid; his eldest son and successor could use his patronym Abu al-Qasim; his brother, the third ruler, could use only his name Ali; and the eunuch Kafur, effective ruler of Egypt for over twenty years, could never inscribe his name on the regular coinage. At the same time, each one of these rulers was named in the Friday sermon and most had their patronym inscribed on textiles. Presentation coins, the equivalent of modern commemorative pieces, could break all these rules, and a wide variety of titles appeared,as well as a series of coins with human representation. The second half of the book is a catalogue of over 1,200 specimens, enabling curators, collectors, and dealers to identify coins in their own collections and their relative rarity. Throughout the book numismatic pieces are illustrated, along with commentary on their in ...
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Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
67.31
Bonita via Alibris /Alibris
The American University in Cai 2006 hardcover Good Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. May be an ex-library book.
Bacharach Jere L.
USD
70.68
Bonita /Biblio
hardcover. Good. Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. May be an ex-library book. ISBN 9774249305 9789774249303 [US]
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
75.58
GF Books, Inc. /Abebooks
ISBN10: 9774249305, ISBN13: 9789774249303, [publisher: The American University in Cairo Press] Hardcover Book is in Used-VeryGood condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain very limited notes and highlighting.
[Hawthorne, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2006]
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
75.59
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ISBN10: 9774249305, ISBN13: 9789774249303, [publisher: The American University in Cairo Press] Hardcover Very Good condition. Shows only minor signs of wear, and very minimal markings inside (if any).
[Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2006]
Bacharach Jere L.
USD
82.00
Expatriate Bookshop of Denmark /Biblio
Minor rubbing. VG., dustwrapper. Numismatics American University in Cairo Cairo (Date: 2006) orig. boards 24x15cm, xix,188 pp. "What can one discover through the study of medieval Islamic coins? It appears that the regular gold dinars and silver dirhams issued by the Ikhshidid rulers of Egypt and Palestine (935-69) followed a series of understood but unwritten rules. As the first part of this book reveals, these norms involved whose names could appear on the regular currency, where the names could be placed (based upon a strict hierarchical order), and even which parts of a Muslim name could be included. The founder of the dynasty, Muhammad ibn Tughj, could use the honorific al-Ikhshid; his eldest son and successor could use his patronym Abu al-Qasim; his brother, the third ruler, could use only his name Ali; and the eunuch Kafur, effective ruler of Egypt for over twenty years, could never inscribe his name on the regular coinage. At the same time, each one of these rulers was named in the Friday sermon and most had their patronym inscribed on textiles. Presentation coins, the equivalent of modern commemorative pieces, could break all these rules, and a wide variety of titles appeared,as well as a series of coins with human representation. The second half of the book is a catalogue of over 1,200 specimens, enabling curators, collectors, and dealers to identify coins in their own collections and their relative rarity. Throughout the book numismatic pieces are illustrated, ...
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
94.00
Expatriate Bookshop via Alibris /Alibris
Cairo American University in Cairo (2006) orig. boards Minor rubbing. VG., dustwrapper. 24x15cm, xix, 188 pp. "What can one discover through the study of medieval Islamic coins? It appears that the regular gold dinars and silver dirhams issued by the Ikhshidid rulers of Egypt and Palestine (935-69) followed a series of understood but unwritten rules. As the first part of this book reveals, these norms involved whose names could appear on the regular currency, where the names could be placed (based upon a strict hierarchical order), and even which parts of a Muslim name could be included. The founder of the dynasty, Muhammad ibn Tughj, could use the honorific al-Ikhshid; his eldest son and successor could use his patronym Abu al-Qasim; his brother, the third ruler, could use only his name Ali; and the eunuch Kafur, effective ruler of Egypt for over twenty years, could never inscribe his name on the regular coinage. At the same time, each one of these rulers was named in the Friday sermon and most had their patronym inscribed on textiles. Presentation coins, the equivalent of modern commemorative pieces, could break all these rules, and a wide variety of titles appeared, as well as a series of coins with human representation. The second half of the book is a catalogue of over 1, 200 specimens, enabling curators, collectors, and dealers to identify coins in their own collections and their relative rarity. Throughout the book numismatic pieces are illustrated, along with commen ...
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
95.90
GridFreed via Alibris /Alibris
The American University in Cairo Press 2006-07-01 Hardcover New Size: 9x5x0; New. In shrink wrap. Looks like an interesting title!
Bacharach Jere L
USD
100.70
GridFreed LLC /Biblio
The American University in Cairo Press, Date: 2006-07-01. Hardcover. New. New. In shrink wrap. Looks like an interesting title! 2006. The American University in Cairo Press ISBN 9774249305 9789774249303 [US]
Bacharach, Jere L.
USD
109.57
Bonita via Alibris /Alibris
The American University in Cai 2006 hardcover New

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