A Hoard of Mamlūk, Ottoman and Venetian Coins (Fifteenth to Sixteenth Centuries) from Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel

Oren Tal*, Issa Baidoun

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Abstract

This article documents and discusses a hoard of 80 silver Mamlūk and Ottoman coins and two gold and one silver Venetian coins dated to the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries with a burial date of AD 1566. It was discovered in Apollonia-Arsuf Israel, which is renowned in the medieval history of the Holy Land as the place where Richard I of England led the crusaders to victory over the army of Saladin in 1191 in the Third Crusade (Battle of Arsuf).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)484-493
Number of pages10
JournalNumismatic Chronicle
Volume170
StatePublished - 2010

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