Studies in Early Medieval Coinage, volume 3
General Editor: Tony Abramson
Currently in preparation and due out in 2013, this volume will include papers presented at the symposia of 2010 and 2012 and a substantial bibliography of early medieval coinage.
The Early Medieval Numismatic Bibliography is a major compilation of the numismatic literature covering the post-Roman, pre-Conquest period. Building on the extensive bibliography included in Grierson & Blackburn’s Medieval European Coinage, now in excess of 20 years old, this bibliography lists approaching three times as many items. The original compilation is by Tony Abramson, extensively reviewed and updated by Gareth Williams. Particular thanks are also due to many contributors to this bibliography including: Martin Allen, Mark Blackburn, Anna Gannon, David Greenhalgh, Robert Thompson and Wybrand Op den Velde. Without their input this compilation would be of far less value. When published, please advise any errata and addenda so that this resource can be maintained. It is intended to make this made available in electronic format.
SiEMC 3: Provisional Contents
Part 1: Articles
Papers given at the International Symposium in Early Medieval Coinage,
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Saturday, March 31st, 2012
Simon Keynes - Mark Blackburn.
John Hines - The hunting of the sceatt.
Gareth Williams - Why were there no coins in the Staffordshire hoard?
Ron Bude - The Class E sceattas of Eadberht: the work of “Retrograde Man”
Florence Codine - Precious metalwork: coins and objects in Merovingian and Carolingian times
Part 2: Additional material
Michael Metcalf - Merovingian and Frisian gold in England. Was there a money economy in the sixth and seventh centuries
Rory Naismith – Money of the Saints. Church and coinage in early Anglo-Saxon England
Wybrand Op den Velde and Michael Metcalf - The Hexagram (‘Herstal’) Type Sceattas.
Andy Woods - Thinking about Mints: Was Dublin Unique?
Jens-Christian Moesgaard & Megan Gooch - Anglo-Viking coins in France
JJohn Naylor & Martin Allen - A new variety of gold shilling of the ‘York’ groupJames Booth - PRINCIP IHS? A possible religious reverse legend on a St Edmund penny (c.910-15)
[Part 3: Bibliography
Compiled by Tony Abramson & edited by Gareth Williams. This is now intended to be an online resource.]