Bibliography economy

All the bibliographies and lists are works in progress. Feel free to send suggestions and/or remarks to foi@hum.leidenuniv.nl.

1. Early Islamic economy of Egypt in general

  • Ashtor, E., Social and economic history of the Near East in the middle ages, London: 1976

  • Banaji, J., “Discounts, weight standards, and the exchange-rate between gold and copper: insights into the monetary process of the sixth century”, Atti dell’accademia romanistica Constantiniana: XII convegno internazionale sotto l’altro patronato del presidente della Repubblica in onore di Manlio Sargenti, Napels: Edizioni scientifiche italiane, 1995, 183-202
  • Banaji, J., Agrarian change in late Antiquity: gold, labour, and aristocratic dominance, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001

  • Banaji, J., “Late antique legacies and Muslim economic expansion”, in: J. Haldon, Money exchange and the economy in the first century of Islam, forthcoming

  • Bell, H.I. “The administration of Egypt under the ‛Umayyad khalifs”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 28 (1928), 278-286

  • Bogaert, R., “La banque en Egypte byzantine”, ZPE 116 (1997), 85-140

  • Cahen, C., “Y a-t-il eu des corporations professionelles dans le monde musulman classique?”, in: A.H. Hourani & S.M. Stern, The Islamic city, Oxford/Pennsylvania, 1970

  • Cahen, C., “Ports et chantiers navals dans le monde mediterranéen musulman jusqu’aux Croisades”, in: La navigazione mediterranea nell’alto medioevo: 14-20 aprile 1977, 2 vols, Spoleto: Presso La sede del centro 1978, I, 299-313

  • Calderini, S., “Richerche sull’industria e il commercio dei tessuti in Egitto”, Aegyptus 26 (1946), 13-83

  • Crum, W.E., “Koptische Zünfte und das Pfeffermonopol”, ZÄS 60 (1925), 103-11

  • Diem, W., Arabische Terminkauf: ein Beitrag zur Rechts- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte Ägyptens im 8. bis 14. Jahrhundert, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2006

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Garum und Garumhandel im römischen und spätantiken Ägypten”, MBAH 12/1 (1993), 27-55

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Einige Bemerkungen zu Fleischverarbeitung und Fleischvertrieb nach den griechischen Papyri und Ostraka vom 3. Jh.v. bis zum 7. Jh.n.”, MBAH 16/2 (1997), 97-111

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Zur wirtschaftlichen Situation der Maler (ζωγράφοι) im ptolemäischen, römischen und spätantiken Ägypten nach den Papyri”, in: T. Mattern (ed.) & D. Korol (ass.), Munus: Festschrift für Hans Wiegartz, Münster: Scriptorium, 2000, 71-94

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Einige Bemerkungen zu Geflügelzucht und -handel im römischen und spätantiken Ägypten nach den griechischen Papyri und Ostraka”, I: MBAH 20/1 (2001), 81-95; II: Laverna 12 (2001), 14-20

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Der ἐρεβινθᾶς namens Κοσμᾶς und sein Produkt: zum Anbau und Vertrieb von Kichererbsen nahc dem papyrologischen Befund”, MBAH 21/2 (2002), 10-23

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Zur Haltung von Ziegen im römischen und spätantiken Ägypten nach der papyrologischen Überlieferung”, MBAH 23/1 (2004), 1-17

  • Drexhage, H.-J., “Einige Bemerkungen zu dem ταρσικάριοι im römischen und spätantiken Ägypten (3.-8. Jh.n.Chr.)”, MBAH 23/1 (2004), 66-87

  • El Abbadi, Mostafa, “Historians and the papyri on the finances of Egypt at the Arab conquest”, in: Roger S. Bagnall et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the sixteenth international congress of papyrology, New York, 24-31 July 1980, Chico: Scholars Press, 1981, 509-16

  • Fichman, I.F., “Grundfragen der handwerklichen Produktion in Ägypten vom 4. bis zur Mitte des 7. Jahrhunderts u.Z.”, Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte 1969/4, 149-71

  • Förster, H., “Philotheos, der Verwalter Schenute und die Schiffe: ein Wiener Text aus dem Schenute-Archiv”, Tyche 24 (2009), 35-48

  • Foote, R.M., “Commerce, industrial expansion and orthogonal planning”, Mediterranean archaeology 13 (2000), 25-38

  • Frantz-Murphy, G., “Conversion in early Islamic Egypt: the economic factor”, in: Rāġib, Yūsuf (ed.), Documents de l’Islam médiéval: nouvelles perspectives de recherche, Cairo: Institut français d’archéologie orientale, 1991, pp. 11-17

  • Frantz-Murphy, G., “Land-tenure in Egypt in the first five centuries of Islamic rule (seventh-twelfth centuries AD)”, in A.K. Bowman & E. Rogan (eds), Agriculture in Egypt from pharaonic to modern times, Oxford: OUP, 1999, 237-66

  • Grohmann, A., “Zum Weizenpreis im arabischen Ägypten”, BIFAO 30 (1930), 541-3

  • Hickey, T.M. & Worp, K.A., “The dossier of Patermouthios Sidêrourgos: new texts from Chicago”, BASP 34 (1997), 79-109

  • Johnson, A.C. & West, L.C., Byznantine Egypt: economic studies, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1949
  • Jones, A.H.M., The Roman economy: studies in ancient economic and administrative history, Oxford: Blackwell, 1974
  • Laiou, A.E., “Economic and noneconomic exchange”, in A.E. Laiou (gen. ed.), The economic history of Byzantium: from the seventh through the fifteenth century, Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, 2002, II, 681-96

  • Laiou, A.E., “Exchange and trade, seventh to twelfth centuries”, in A.E. Laiou (gen. ed.), The economic history of Byzantium: from the seventh through the fifteenth century, Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, 2002, II, 697-796

  • Lewis, A.R., Naval power and trade in the Mediterranean, A.D. 500-1100, Princeton, 1951

  • Maresch, K., Nomisma und nomismata: Beiträge zur Goldgeschichte Ägyptens in 6. Jahrhundert n.Chr., Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1993 (Papyrologica Coloniensia XXI)

  • Morelli, F., Olio e retribuzioni nell'Egitto tardo (V-VIII d.C.), Firenze: Instituto Papyrologico “G. Vitelli”, 1996

  • Morelli, F., “Τιμή e μισθός: vendita e prestazione di lavoro. Osservazioni sulle relazioni economiche tra artigiani e proprietà nell’Egitto bizantino”, Comunicazioni dell’Istituto papirologico “G. Vitelli” 2 (1997), 7-29 (download here)

  • Morelli, F., “Agri deserti (mawât), fuggitivi, fisco: una κλήρωσις in più in SPP VIII 1183”, in: ZPE, vol. 129, 2000, pp. 167-178 (download here)

  • Morony, M.G., “Economic boundaries? Late antiquity and early Islam”, JESHO 47/2 (2004), 166-94

  • Morrisson, C., “La monétarisation en Égypte et en Syrie-Palestine du IVe à la fin du VIIe siècle: le témoignage de l’archéologie”, Antiquité tardive 12 (2004), 405-13

  • Richter, T.S., “Cultivation of Monastic Estates in Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt: Some  evidence from Coptic Land Leases and Related Documents”, in Monastic Estates in Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt. Ostraca, Papyri, and Essays in Memory of Sarah Clackson, eds A. Boud’hors, J. Clackson, C. Louis and P. Sijpesteijn, Oxford: American Society of Papyrologists, 2009, 205–215.

  • Rodinson, M., “Le marchand musulman”, in: D.S. Richards (ed.), Islam and the trade of Asia: a colloquium, Oxford: Bruno Cassirer (publishers) ltd., 1970, pp. 21-35

  • Scanlon, G.T., “Egypt and China: trade and immitation”, in: D.S. Richards (ed.), Islam and the trade of Asia: a colloquium, Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1970, pp. 91-95

  • Scheidel, W., “Real wages in early economies: evidence for living standards from 1800 BCE to 1300 CE”, JESHO 53 (2010), 425-62

  • Schultz, W.E, “The monetary history of Egypt 642-1517”, in C.E. Petry (ed.). The Cambridge History of Egypt, I: Islamic Egypt 640-1517, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998, 318-338

  • Sijpesteijn, P.M., “Travel and trade on the river”, in: P.M. Sijpesteijn & L. Sundelin (eds.), Papyrology and the history of early Islamic Egypt, Leiden: Brill, 2004, 115-152

  • Sijpesteijn, P.M., “A request to buy silk from early Islamic Egypt”, in: Hermann Harrauer & Rosario Pintaudi (eds.), Gedenkschrift Ulrike Horak (P.Horak), Firenze: Gonnelli, 2004, 1: 255-272 (photograph (Tafel L) in vol. 2)

  • Sijpesteijn, P.M., “Landholding patterns in early Islamic Egypt”, Journal of agrarian change 9/1 (2009), pp. 120-133

  • Sijpesteijn, P.M., “Army economics: an early papyrus letter related to ‛aṭā’ payments,” in Histories of the Middle East: studies in Middle Eastern society, economy and law in honor of A.L. Udovitch, ed. R.E. Margariti, A. Sabra, and P.M. Sijpesteijn, Leiden 2011, 245-267

  • Walmsley, A., “Production, exchange and regional trade in the Islamic east Mediterranean: old structures, new systems?”, in: I.L. Hansen & C. Wickham (eds), The long eighth century, Leiden: Brill, 2000, 265-343

  • Watson, A., Agricultural innovation in the early Islamic world: the diffusion of crops and farming techniques, 700-1100, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983

  • Wickham, C. “Overview: production, distribution and demand”, in R. Hodges & W. Bowden (eds), The Sixth century, Leiden: Brill, 1998, 279-92

  • Wickham, C., Framing the early Middle Ages: Europeand the Mediterranean, 400-800, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005

  • Wilfong, T.G., “Agriculture among the Christian population of early Islamic Egypt: practice and theory”, in A.K. Bowman & E. Rogan (eds), Agriculture in Egypt from pharaonic to modern times, Oxford: OUP, 1999, 217-35

  • Worp, K.A., “Abermals zum Weizenpreis im arabischen Ägypten”, Tyche 9 (1994), 225

2. Ceramics

  • Arthur, P. & Oren, E.D., “The north Sinai survey and the evidence of transport amphorae for Roman and Byzantine trading patterns”, Journal of Roman archaeology 11 (1998), 193-212

  • Aston, D.A., “Amphorae, storage jars and kegs from Elephantine: a brief survey of vessels from the eighth-seventh centuries BC to the seventh-eighth centuries AD”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 419-45

  • Bacot, S., “Le vin à Edfou”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 713-20

  • Bailey, D.M., “Islamic glazed pottery from Ashmunein: a preliminary note”, CCE 2 (1991), 205-19

  • Bailey, D.M., “The pottery from the south church at El-Ashmunein”, CCE 4 (1996)

  • Bailey, D.M., Excavations at El-Ashmunein, V: Pottery, lamps and glass of the late Roman and early Arab periods, London: The British Museum, 1998

  • Ballet, P., “Céramique tardive des Kellia et présence islamique”, in: Le site monastique copte des Kellia: sources historiques et explorations archéologiques, Geneva: 1986, 299-301

  • Ballet, P., “Moules en terre cuite d’Éléphantine (Musée Copte): nouvelles données surles ateliers de la région d’Assouan, à l’époque byzantine et aux premiers temps de l’occupations arabe”, BIFAO 87 (1987), 53-72

  • Ballet, P., “Un atelier d’amphores Late Roman Amphora 5/6 à Kôm Abou Billou (Égypte)”, CdE 69/138 (1994), 353-65

  • Ballet, P., “L’Égypte et le commerce de longue distance: les données céramiques”, Topoi 6 (1996)

  • Ballet, P., “De l’Empire romain à la conquête arabe: les productions céramiques égyptiennes”La céramique médiévale en Méditerranée, actes du VIe congrès, 1997

  • Ballet, P., “Tell el-Moufarig: an introduction to the pottery of the northern Sinai”, CCE 5 (1997), 47-55

  • Ballet, P., “Tell al-Farama sud”, CCE 5 (1997), 123-8

  • Ballet, P., “Tell al-Kanaïs”, CCE 5 (1997), 129-32

  • Ballet, P., “De l’Égypte byzantine à l’Islam: approches céramologues”, Archéologie islamique 10 (2000), 44-8

  • Ballet, P., “Un atelier d’amphores LRA 5/6 à pâte alluviale dans le Delta occidentale: Kôm Abou Billou/Térénouthis”, CCE 8/1 (2007), 157-60

  • Ballet, P., “‛Uyûn Mûsâ et sa production d’amphores byzantines ou proto-islamiques”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 621-6

  • Ballet, P. et al., “Artisanat de la céramique dans l’Égypte romaine tardive et byzantine: prospections d’ateliers de potiers de Minia à Assouan”, CCE 2 (1991), 129-44

  • Ballet, P. & Mahmoud, F., “Moules en terre cuite d’Éléphantine (Musée Copte): nouvelles données sur les ateliers de la région d’Assouan, à l’époque byzantine et aux premiers temps de l’occupation arabe”, BIFAO 87 (1987), 53-72

  • Ballet, P. & Picon, M., “Recherches préliminaires sur les origines de la céramique des Kellia (Égypte): importations et productions égyptiennes”, CCE 1 (1987), 17-48

  • Ballet, P. & Picon, M., “La céramique témoin des échanges économiques”, Dossiers histoire et archéologie 133 (1988) [in Den Haag]

  • Banquis, Th.; Scanlon, G.T. & Watson, A., “Numismatics and the dating of early Islamic pottery in Egypt”, in: D.K. Kouymjian (ed.), Near Eastern numismatics, iconography, epigraphy and history: studies in honour of George C. Miles, Beirut: 1974, 163-73

  • Blake, H., “Medieval pottery: technical innovation or economic change?”, in: H. McK. Blake, T.W. Potter, & D.B. Whitehouse (eds.), Papers in Italian archaeology I: the Lancaster seminar: recent research in prehistoric, classical and medieval archaeology, II, publ. in BAR supplementary series 41 (1978), 435-72

  • Bonnet, F., “Le matériel archéologique récolté en 1977, 1982 et 1983 aux Qouçour er-Roubâ‛îyât”, in: Bonnet, F. et al., Exploration aux Qouçour er-Roubâ‛îyât, Leuven: Peeters, 1994,

  • Carignani, A., “La distribuzione delle anfore africane tra III e VII secolo”, in: A. Giardina, Società romana e impero tardoantico, III, Le Merci, gli insediamenti, Rome: 1986, 273-7

  • Dixneuf, D., “Les amphores égyptiennes et importées découvertes à Tell el-Makhzam dans le Nord-Sinaï (IVe-VIIe siècles apr. J.-C.)”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 539-46

  • Dzierżykray-Rogalski, T. & Grzeszyk, C., “Les dermatoglyph – empreintes des lignes papillaires – relevés sur des lampes alexandrines de Kôm el-Dikka (Alexandrie)”, CCE 2 (1991), 125-8

  • Egloff, M., Kellia: la potterie copte: quatre siècles d’artisanat et d’échanges en Basse-Égypte, Geneva: Georg, 1977

  • Empereur, J.Y. & Picon, M., “La reconnaissance des productions des ateliers céramiques: l’example de la Maréotide”, CCE 3 (1993), 145-52

  • Engemann, J., “À propos des amphores d’Abou Mina”, CCE 3 (1993), 153-9

  • Freed, J., “The late series of Tunisian cylindrical amphoras at Carthage”, Journal of Roman archaeology 8 (1995), 155-91

  • Gascoigne, A.L., “Amphorae from Old Cairo: a preliminary note”, CCE 8 (2007), 161-73

  • Gayraud, R.-P., “‘Quand l’amphore fait le mur…’”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 721-5

  • Gempeler, R.D., Die Keramik römischer bis früharabischer Zeit, Mainz am Rhein: Von Zabern, 1992

  • Laubenheimer, F., “Amphores égyptiennes en Gaule”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 651-5

  • Lecuyot, G. & Pierrat-Bonnefois, G., “Corpus de la céramique de Tôd: fouilles 1980-1983 et 1990”, CCE 7 (2004), 145-209

  • Mahmoud, F., “Organisation des ateliers de potiers en Égypte du Bas-Empire à la conquête arabe: les productions céramiques égyptiennes”, in: N. Bosson & A. Boud’hors, Actes du huitième congrès international d’études coptes, Paris, 28 juin-3 juillet 2004, I, Leuven: Peeters, 2007, 267-78

  • Majcherek, G., “The late Roman ceramics from sector G (Alexandria 1986-1987), ÉT 16 (1992), 82-117

  • Majcherek, G., “Alexandria’s long-distance trade in Late Antiquity: the amphora evidence”, in J. Eiring and J. Lund, Transport amphorae and trade in the eastern Mediterranean. Acts of the International colloquium at the Danish Institute at Athens, September 26-29, 2002, Arhus: Arhus University Press, 2004

  • Mango, M.M., “Byzantine maritime trade with the east (4th-7th centuries)”, Aram 8 (1996), 165-75

  • Marangou, A., “The wine trade between Crete and Egypt: a first account”, in: Alexandra Karetsou, ΚΡΗΤΗ-ΑΙΓΥΠΤΟΣ, Heraklion archeologisch museum, 2000, 250-3

  • Marangou, A., “Importation d’amphores égyptiennes dans le basin égéen”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 669-74

  • Marangou, A. & Marchand, S., “Conteneurs importés et égyptiens de Tebtynis (Fayoum) de la deuxième moitié du IVe siècle av. J.-C. au Xe siècle apr. J.-C. (1994-2002)”, CCE 8 (2007), 239-94

  • Marchand, S., “Les amphores égyptiennes et importées de la Basse Époque à l’époque arabe: Abou Rawash (1995-2004)”, CCE 8 (2007), 175-88

  • Marchand, S. & Dixneuf, D., “Amphores et conteneurs égyptiens et importés duu VIIe siècle apr. J.-C.: sondages récente de Bawouît (2003-2004)”, CCE 8/1 (2007), 309-43

  • Marchand, S. & Marangou, A., “Conclusion”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 751-63

  • Marquié, S. & Sourisseau, J.-C., “Les amphores égyptiennes d’époques hellénistique et romains à Kition, Amathonte et Potamia-Agios Sozomenas (Chypre)” , CCE 8/2 (2007),681-93

  • McCormick, M., Origins of the European economy: communications and commerce A.D. 300-900, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001

  • Pierrat, G., “Essai de classification de la céramique de Tôd de la fin du VIIe siècle au début du XIIIe siecle ap. J.-C.”, CCE 2 (1991), 145-204

  • Pierrat, G., “Évolution de la céramique de Tôd du IIe au VIIe siècle apr. J.-C.”, CCE 4 (1996), 189-206

  • Rizzo, G., “Le importazioni romane ed ostiensi di amfora egizie tra il I et il VII secolo d.C.”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 657-67

  • Rodziewicz, M., Alexandrie, I: La céramique romaine tardive d’Alexandrie, Warsaw: PWN-Éditions scientifiques de Pologne, 1976

  • Rodziewicz, M., “La céramique émailée copte de Kom el Dikka”, ÉT 10 (1978)

  • Rodziewicz, M., Alexandrie, III: Les habitations romaines tardives d’Alexandrie à la lumière des fouilles polonaises à Kôm el-Dikka, Warsaw: PWN-Éditions scientifiques de Pologne, 1984

  • Ruszcyc, B., “Tell Atrib, Kôm Sidi Youssef 1969”, ÉT 8 (1975)

  • Sazanov, A., “Les amphores de l’Antiquité tardive et du Moyen Âge: continuité ou rupture?”, in: G. Démians d’Archanbaud (ed.), Actes du VIe congrès de l’AIECM2, Aix-en-Provence, 1995: la céramique médiévale en Méditerranée, Aix-en-Provence: Narrations ed., 1997

  • Scanlon, G.T., “Moulded early lead-glazed wares from Fustat: imported or indeginous”, in: A. Green (ed.), In quest of an Islamic humanism: Arabic and Islamic studies in memory of Muhammad al-Nowayhi, Cairo: 1984, 65-96

  • Scanlon, G.T., “Early lead-glazed wares in Egypt: an imported wrinkle”, in: S. Seikaly, R. Baalbaki, and P. Dodd (eds), Quest for understanding Arabic and Islamic studies: in memory of Malcolm H. Kerr, Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1991, 253-62

  • Scanlon, G.T., “Slip-painted early lead-glazed wares from Fustat: a dilemma of nomenclature”, in R.-P. Gayraud, Colloque international d’archéologie islamique, Cairo: IFAO, 1998, 21-53

  • Sidoni, J.-P. & Villeneuve, E., “Le passage de la céramique byzantine à la céramique omeyyade en Syrie du Nord, en Palestine et en Transjordanie”, in: P. Canivet & J.-P. Rey-Coquais, La Syrie de Byzance à l’Islam, VIIe-VIIIe siècles, Damascus, 1992, 195-212 [esp. 207-8]

  • Spencer, A.J. & Bailey, D.M., British Museum expedition to Middle Egypt: Ashmunein (1981), London: British Museum, 1982

  • Vogt, C., “La céramique de tell El-Fadda – Sinaï du Nord”, CCE 5 (1997), 1-22

  • Vogt, C., “Les céramiques ommeyades et abassides d’Istabl ‛Antar-Fostat: traditions méditerranéennes et influences orientales”, in: G. Démians d’Archanbaud (ed.), Actes du VIe congrès de l’AIECM2, Aix-en-Provence, 1995: la céramique médiévale en Méditerranée, Aix-en-Provence: Narrations ed., 1997

  • Vogt, C. et al., “Notes on some amphorae of Istabl ‛Antar-Fustat (Egypt)”, Bulletin of the American schools of oriental research 326 (2002), 65-80

  • Watson, P.M., “Ceramic evidence for Egyptian links with northern Jordan in the 6th-8th centuries”, Stephen Bourke & Jean-Paul Descœudres, Trade, contact, and the movement of peoples in the eastern Mediterranean: studies in honour of J. Basil Hennessy, Sydney: Meditarch, 1995

  • Williams, D. & Tomber, R., “Egyptian amphorae in Britain”, CCE 8/2 (2007), 643-9

3. Coins and stamps

  • Awad, H.A., “Seventh century Arab imitations of Alexandrian dodecanummia”, The American Numismatic Society Museum notes 18 (1972), 113-7

  • Bacharach, J.L. & Awad, H.A., “Rare Egyptan Islamic coins and coin weights: the Awad collection”, JARCE 18 (1981), 51-6

  • Balog, P., “Islamic bronze weights from Egypt”, JESHO 13 (1970) 233-56

  • Balog, P., Umayyad, ‛Abbāsid and Ṭūlūnid glass weights and vessel stamps, New York: American numismatic society, 1976

  • Bates, M.L., “History, geography, and numismatics in the first century of Islamic coinage”, Revue suisse de numismatique 65 (1986), 231-62

  • Bates, M.L., “Coins and money in the Arabic papyri”, in: Y. Rāġib (ed.), Documents de l’Islam médiéval: nouvelles perspectives de recherche, Cairo: IFAO, 1991, pp. 43-64
  • Bates, M.L., “Byzantine coinage and its imitations, Arab coinage and its imitations: Arab-Byzantine coinage”, Aram 6 (1994), 381-402

  • Bellinger, A.R., “Byzantine notes 9: dodecanummia of Alexandria of the seventh century”, MusNotAmNumSoc 12 (1966)

  • Castrizio, D., Le monete delle Necropole Nord di Antinoupolis (1937-2007), Firenze: Instituto Papirologico “G. Vitelli”, 2010

  • Curiel, R., “Monnaie de bronze d’Ahnās-Miṣr”, Revue numismatique, 6th ser., 10 (1968), 131-7

  • Domaszewicz, L. & Bates, M.L., “Copper coinage of Egypt in the seventh century”, in: Jere L. Bacharach (ed.), Fustat finds: beads, coins, medical instruments, textiles, and other artifacts from the Awad collection, Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 2002, 88-107

  • Eldada, K., “Glass weights and vessel stamps”, in: J.L. Bacharach (ed.), Fustat finds: beads, coins, medical instruments, textiles, and other artifacts from the Awad collection, Cairo/New York: The American University in Cairo Press, 2002, 112-166
  • Fikhman, I.F., “State and prices in Byzantine Egypt”, SCI 11 (1991-2), 139-48

  • Foss, C., “The coinage of the first century of Islam”, Journal of Roman archaeology 16 (2003), 748-60

  • Foss, C., Arab-Byzantine coins: an introduction, with a catalogue of the Dumbarton Oaks collection, Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks research library and collection, 2009 (publ. in: Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine collection publications 12)

  • Goodwin, T., Arab-Byzantine coinage, London: The Nour Foundation, 2005 (publ. in: Studies in the Khalili collection 4)

  • Grierson, P., “The monetary reforms of ‛Abd al-Malik”, JESHO 3 (1960), 241-64

  • Grierson, P., Catalogue of the Byzantine coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection, II: Phocas to Theodosius, 602-717, 1: Phocas and Hieraclius (602-641), Washington D.C.: 1968 (pp. 41-2, 60-4, 220, 332-42); 2: Heraclius Constantine to Theodosius III (641-717) (pp. 393, 398, 467-8)

  • Hahn, W., Moneta Imperii Byzantini von Heraclius bis Leo III./Alleinregierung (610-720), Vienna: Österreichische Akademier der Wissenschaften: Veröffentlichungen der numismatischen Kommission, X, 1981 (pp. 112-5, 141-2)
  • Hendy, M.F., Studies in the Byzantine monetary economy, c. 300-1450, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985
  • Hussein, F., Das Steuersystem in Ägypten von der arabischen Eroberung bis zur Machtergreifung der Ṭūlūniden 19-254/639-868 mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Papyrusurkunden, 139-40

  • Launoix, A., “Estampilles, poids, étalons monétaires et autres disques musulmans en verre”, Bulletin d’études orientales 22 (1969), pp. 69-126
  • Laviox, H., Catalogue des monnaies musulmanes de la Bibliothèque Nationale: khalifes orientaux, Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1887

  • Lichocka, B., “Remarques sur les monaies romaines tardives de Kôm el-Dikka”, ÉT 15 (1991), 244-52

  • Lichocka, B., “Un “trésor” de monnaies byzantines à Kôm el-Dikka (Alexandrie)”, ÉT 16 (1992), 67-79

  • Miles, G.C., “Byzantine miliaresion and Arab dirhem: some notes on their relationship”, Museum notes 9 (1960), 189-218

  • Miles, G.C. , “The early Islamic bronze coinage of Egypt”, in: H. Ingholt (ed.), Centennial publication of the American Numismatic Society, New York: 1958,

  • Miles, G.C. , “On the varieties and accuracy of eighth century Arab coin weights”, Eretz-Israel 7 (1963)

  • Milne, J.G., “Report on the coins found at Antinoe in 1914”, The numismatic chronicle, 6th ser., 7 (1947), 108-14

  • Morrison, C., “Byzantine money: its production and circulation”, in A. Laiou (gen. ed.), The economic history of Byzantium: from the seventh through the fifteenth century, Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, 2002, III, 909-966

  • Morton, A.H., A catalogue of early Islamic glass stamps in the British Museum, London: British Museum Publications, 1985

  • Phillips, J.R., “The Byzantine bronze coins of Alexandria in the seventh century”, The numismatic chronicle, 7th ser., 2 (1962), 225-41

  • Picard, O., “Problèmes de numismatique alexandrine”, Alessandria e il mondo ellenistico-romano, I Centenario del Museo Greco-Romano, Alessandria, 23-27 novembre 1992, Atti del II Congresso Internazionale Italo-Egiziano, Rome, 1995

  • Pritchard, J.B., The excavation at Herodian Jericho, 1951, New Haven: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1958

  • Pottier, Le monnayage de la Syrie sous l’occupation perse, 2004 (publ. in : Cahiers ernest-babelon 9)

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  • Walker, J., A catalogue of the Arab-Byzantine and post-reform Umaiyad coins, London: The trustees of the British Museum, 1956

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4. Economy and the church in Egypt

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  • Barison, P., “Richerche sui monasteri dell’Egitto bizantino ed arabo secondo i documenti dei papiri greci”, Aegyptus 18 (1938), 28-148

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  • Wipszycka, E., Les ressources et les activités économiques des églises en Égypte du IVe au VIIIe siècle, Bruxelles: Fondation Égyptologique Reine Elisabeth, 1972

  • Wipszycka, E., “Le fonctionnement interne des monastères et des laures en Égypte du point de vue économique”, JJP 31 (2001): 169-186

  • Wipszycka, E., “L’économie du patriarcat alexandrin à travers les vies de Saint Jean l’Amônier”, in: Christian Décobert (ed.), Alexandrie médiévale 2, Cairo: IFAO, 2002, 61-81

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