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DOI:​10.1163/EJ.9789004176881.I-864.46
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The Evolving Representation Of The Early Islamic Empire And Its Religion On Coin Imagery
S. Heidemann
Published 2009
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This chapter provides a brief overview of the development of early Islamic coin imagery according to the present state of research. The introduction of the new era on coins indicates that the… Expand
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