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Editor: Elina Screen

Medieval European Coinage, a British Academy Research Project, is a major international reference series for medieval historians, numismatists and archaeologists which considers the European coinage of c.450 to c.1500 by region. Established by Professor Philip Grierson (1910–2006) to provide a comprehensive account of the coinage and written by experts in the field, each volume is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue of coins from the unrivalled collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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There are 20 books in this series...

[8] Medieval European Coinage

Volume 8, Britain and Ireland c.400–1066
Part 0,

[6] Medieval European Coinage

Volume 6, The Iberian Peninsula
Part 0,

[6] Medieval European Coinage

Volume 6, The Iberian Peninsula
Part 0,

[14] Medieval European Coinage

With a Catalogue of the Coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Volume 14, South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia

[12] Medieval European Coinage

Volume 12, Northern Italy
Part 0,

  • William R. Day, Jr, Michael Matzke, Andrea Saccocci, General editor Elina Screen
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[1] Medieval European Coinage

Volume 1, The Early Middle Ages (5th–10th Centuries)
Part 0,