Tag: Italy (Middle Ages)
Helmut Rizzolli has published a book for people who do not (yet) collect coins but are interested in them. Ursula Kampmann took a look at the work and concludes: why aren’t there more books like this?
Genoa has played a major role in Italy’s history as a centre of commerce. Genoese coins testify of the many shifts, from Republic to monarchy, as rival of Pisa and under the dominion of Napoleon. An exhibition explores Genoa’s permanent supreme power: “King Money”.
The proceedings of an international conference on the monetary circulation between Switzerland and Italy in the high Middle Ages have been published. The event was organized by the Circolo Numismatico Ticinese in 2018 and shed light on some crucial points.