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  • Woods, David (Israel Numismatic Society, 2018)
    TThis article offers new explanations of the letters appearing in association with a cross between the numerals Ι and Β on the reverses of the dodecanummia struck at Alexandria in Egypt under Heraclius and Constans II. It ...
  • Gil Pulido, Beatriz (University College Cork, 2019)
    This thesis was conducted as part of the Dairy Water Project, funded by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Ireland (Ref.: 13‐F‐507). The Dairy Water project was a multi-stakeholder research collaboration ...
  • Woods, David (Israel Numismatic Society, 2017-12)
    This paper reviews the different logical possibilities in the case of a small group of copper coins struck under the emperor Heraclius that have been traditionally attributed to a town named Neapolis. The difficulty in ...
  • Woods, David (Israel Numismatic Society, 2016-12)
    It has been argued that the obverse legends of a small group of coins point to the existence of a mint striking Arab-Byzantine coinage of the Imperial Image type at Abila during the late seventh century. It is argued here ...
  • Woods, David (Israel Numismatic Society, 2015-12)
    The Maronite Chronicle records that Muʽāwiyah struck gold and silver coins without crosses upon his accession as caliph in 661. It is argued here that this is a misinterpretation of coins issued by the Byzantine emperor ...

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