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Title: Revue Numismatique
Authors: Rovelli, Alessia
Keywords: impero carolingio;emissioni monetarie;zecche;coin issues;carolingian empire;mints
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Société française de Numismatique
Source: Emission monétaire et administration dans le royaume d'Italie. A propos des analyses des deniers carolingiens du Cabinet des Médailles, "Revue Numismatique", 2009, pp. 187-201
Recent research carried on into Carolingian Italy tend to conclude that royal power was fairly successful in running public administration and ensuring military defence of the Lombard Kingdom, after its conquest by the Franks. From a monetary point of view, the reforms introduced by Charles the Great to bring Italy progressively into the Frankish system were equally successful. This success has been furthe emphasized by new analyses on the intrinsic value of the Italian issues.The situation appears different when we focus on the mints. Their very limited number is an anomaly which we are attempting to understand
ISSN: 0484-8942
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (
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