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BNC  Morrisson, Cécile. Catalogue des monnaies byzantines de la Bibliothèque nationale. 2 vols. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale, 1970.
DOC Bellinger, Alfred R., and Philip Grierson, eds. Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection. 5 vols. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1966–1999.
Foss Foss, Clive. Arab-Byzantine Coins: An Introduction, with a Catalogue of the Dumbarton Oaks Collection. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 2008.
LPC Bendall, Simon, and Peter J. Donald. The Later Palaeologan Coinage, 1282–1453. London: A. H. Baldwin and Sons, 1979.
LRBC Hill, Phillip V., Robert Carson, and John P. C. Kent. Late Roman Bronze Coinage, AD 324–498. London: Spink, 1960.
LRC Grierson, Philip, and Melinda Mays. Catalogue of Late Roman Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection: From Arcadius and Honorius to the Accession of Anastasius. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1992.
MIB Hahn, Wolfgang R. O. Moneta Imperii Byzantini: Rekonstruktion des Prägeaufbaues auf synoptisch-tabellarischer Grundlage. 3 vols. Vienna: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1973–1981.

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Hahn, Wolfgang R. O. Money of the Incipient Byzantine Empire: (Anastasius I–Justinian I, 491–565). With M. A. Metlich. Vienna: Österreichische Forschungsgesellschaft für Numismatik am Institut für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 2000.
MIBEC Hahn, Wolfgang R. O. Money of the Incipient Byzantine Empire Continued: (Justin II–Revolt of the Heraclii, 565–610). With M. A. Metlich. Vienna: Österreichische Forschungsgesellschaft für Numismatik am Institut für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 2009.
MIRB Hahn, Wolfgang R. O. Die Ostprägung des römischen Reiches im 5. Jahrhundert (408-491). Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1989.
PCPC Bendall, Simon. A Private Collection of Palaeologan Coins. Wolverhampton, UK: printed by the author, 1988.
RIC Mattingly, Harold, et al. The Roman Imperial Coinage. 10 vols. London: Spink, 1923–1994.
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———. “Silver with the Name of Justin.” American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 12 (1966): 96–98.

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———. “The Coinage of Michael II, Angelos of Epirus, 1231–1265.” Numismatic Circular 104 (1996): 3–5.

———. “A Cypriot Coin of Richard I Lion-Heart?” Numismatic Circular 110 (2002): 63–64.

———. “La datation des monnaies de bronze de Constant II à Syracuse.” Bulletin de la Société française de numismatique 30 (1975): 834–35

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———. “An Early Fourteenth-Century Hoard of Thessalonican Trachea.” The Numismatic Chronicle 161 (2001): 255–77.

———. “An Enigmatic Fourteenth-Century Coin.” Numismatic Circular 104 (1996): 39.

———. “Four Byzantine Notes.” Numismatic Circular 95 (1987): 3–4.

———. “A Further Note on the ‘Dioikitirion Square’ Trachy.” Νομισματικὰ Χρονικά 23 (2004): 97–101.

———. “A Hyperpyron of Andronicus III and John V (AD 1341)?” Numismatic Circular 112 (2004): 161–66.

———. “Longuet’s Salonica Hoard Re-Examined.” American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 29 (1984): 143–57.

———. “The Mint of Trebizond Under Alexios I and the Gabrades.” The Numismatic Chronicle 137 (1977): 126–36.

———. “A New Sicilian Follis of the Second Reign of Justinian II.” Numismatic Circular 86 (1978): 579.

———. “A New Sicilian Half Follis of Constans II.” Numismatic Circular 89 (1981): 38–41.

———. “A Note on the Hyperpyra of John V and VI (1347–1354).” Numismatic Circular 112 (2004): 297–99.

———. “A Note on the Palaeologan Hyperpyra, AD 1320–1325.” Numismatic Circular 113 (2005): 5–9.

———. “Notes on Two Byzantine Hoards: 1. An Eighth-Century Hoard at Dumbarton Oaks: An Appendix.” Coin Hoards 1 (1975): 63–65.

———. “Palaeologan Notes.” Numismatic Circular 115 (2007): 303–6.

———. “A Pattern Solidus of Romanus I.” Numismatic Circular 102 (1994): 263.

———. A Private Collection of Palaeologan Coins. Wolverhampton, UK: printed by the author, 1988.

———. “Richard I in Cyprus Again.” Numismatic Circular 112 (2004): 85–86.

———. “Some Comments on the Anonymous Silver Coinage of the Fourth to Sixth Centuries AD.” Revue Numismatique 158 (2002): 139–59.

———. “Some Thoughts on the Silver Coinage of Manuel I and John II of Trebizond in the Light of a Recent Hoard.” Numismatic Circular 112 (2004): 10–12.

———. “Thessalonican Coinage of the Mid Thirteenth Century in the Light of a New Hoard.” The Numismatic Chronicle 138 (1978): 105–15.

———. “Two New Silver Basilika of John V and VI, 1347–1352.” Numismatic Circular 105 (1997): 154–55.

Bendall, Simon, and Peter J. Donald. The Billon Trachea of Michael VIII Palaeologus, 1258–1282. London: A. H. Baldwin, 1974.

———. The Later Palaeologan Coinage, 1282–1453. London: A. H. Baldwin and Sons, 1979.

Bendall, Simon, and Cécile Morrisson. “Théodore-Pierre, Théodore Branas ou Théodore Mankaphas?” Revue Numismatique, 6th ser., 36 (1994): 170–81.

Bendall, Simon, and John Nesbitt. “A ‘Poor’ Token from the Reign of Constantine V.” Byzantion 60 (1990): 432–35.

Bendall, Simon, and Donald M. Nicol. “Anna of Savoy in Thessalonica: The Numismatic Evidence.” Revue Numismatique, 6th ser., 19 (1977): 87–102.

Bendall, Simon, and Petros N. Protonotarios. “More Rare Unpublished Coins of the Empires of Nicaea and Thessalonica.” Numismatic Circular 86 (1978): 178–79.

Bendall, Simon, and David Sellwood. “Clipped Twelfth-Century Byzantine Electrum Trachea.” In Numismatics: Witness to History, edited by Hans Voegtli and Richard Margolis, 97–99. Bern: International Association of Professional Numismatists, 1986.

Bertelè, Tommaso. L’imperatore alato nella numismatica bizantina. Rome: P. & P. Santamaria, 1951.

———. “Monete bizantine: Album con elenco descrittivo di monete bizantine (1222–1453): Note di studio personale.” Unpublished manuscript, n.d.

———. Numismatique byzantine: Suivie de deux études inédites sur les monnaies des Paléologues. French edition by Cécile Morrisson. Wetteren: Numismatique Romaine, 1978.

Bijovsky, Gabriela. Gold Coin and Small Change: Monetary Circulation in Fifth–Seventh Century Byzantine Palestine. Trieste: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2012.

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Campagnolo, Matteo. Poids romano-byzantins et byzantins en alliage cuivreux: Collections du Musée d’art et d’histoire–Genève. Geneva: Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève, 2015.

Carson, Robert A. G. Principal Coins of the Romans. London: British Museum Publications, 1978.

Cohen, Henry. Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l’Empire romain communément appelées médailles impériales. 2nd ed. Paris: Rollin & Feuardent, 1880–1892.

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De Roever, W. P. “A Nea(polis) Follis of Heraclius’ 26th Regnal Year.” Numismatic Circular 99 (1991): 146.

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Dochev, Konstantin. Moneti i parichno obrŭshtenie v Tŭrnovo XII–XIV v. Veliko Tarnovo: F. “Vital,” 1992.

———. “Nepyblikvani medni moneti na Paleologite” [Monnaies inédites des Palélologues (1258–1453)]. Numizmatika 17 (1983): 12–18.

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———. “Neapolis under Heraclius: A Further Find.” Numismatic Circular 95 (1987): 151.

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———. “Imitative 7th Century Byzantine Folles with a Single Figure in Military Dress.” Numismatic Circular 101 (1993): 112–13.

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———. “Coinage and Money in the Byzantine Empire, 498–c. 1090.” In Moneta e scambi nell’alto medioevo, 411–453. Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull’alto Medioevo, 1961.

———. “A Coin of the Emperor Phocas with the Effigy of Maurice.” The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 7th ser., 4 (1964): 247–50.

———. “The Consular Coinage of ‘Heraclius’ and the Revolt against Phocas of 608–610,” The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 6th ser., 10, no. 37/38 (1950): 71–93.

———. “Le gillat ou carlin de Naples-Provence: Le rayonnement de son type monétaire.” In Catalogue de l’Exposition Centenaire de la Société française de numismatique, 1865–1965, 43–56. Paris: Société française de numismatique, 1956.

———. “La lettre ‘R’ au revers de folles de Justinien II.” Bulletin du cercle d’études numismatiques 11 (1974): 30–33.

———. “A New Early Follis Type of Leo III (718).” The Numismatic Chronicle, 7th ser., 14 (1974): 75–77.

———. “Nicephorus Bryennius or Nicephorus Basilacius?” Numismatic Circular 84 (1976): 2–3.

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———. “A Stray from the Crondall Hoard.” The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 6th ser., 13 (1953): 146–48.

———. “Two Byzantine Coin Hoards of the Seventh and Eighth Centuries at Dumbarton Oaks.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 19 (1965): 207–28.

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———. “Byzantine Gold Coins of Tiberius II and Maurice (578–602) of Uncertain Mint Attribution in the Light of Palestinian Hoard Evidence.” Israel Numismatic Journal 15 (2006): 97–106.

———. “Copper of Justinian I with the Mint Mark P, a Reattribution.” Numismatic Circular 79 (1971): 449–50.

———. “Justinian’s Copper with the Mint-Mark P in the Light of Indictional Type-Changes.” Numismatic Circular 80 (1972): 237.

———. “Mezezius in peccato suo interiit.” Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 29 (1980): 61–70.

———. Moneta Imperii Byzantini: Rekonstruktion des Prägeaufbaues auf synoptisch-tabellarischer Grundlage. 3 vols. Vienna: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1973–1981.

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———. Money of the Incipient Byzantine Empire Continued: (Justin II–Revolt of the Heraclii, 565–610). With M. A. Metlich. Vienna: Österreichische Forschungsgesellschaft für Numismatik am Institut für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 2009.

———. Die Ostprägung des römischen Reiches im 5. Jahrhundert (408–491). Vienna: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1989.

———. “A Sixth-Century Hoard of Byzantine Small Change from Egypt, and Its Contribution to the Classification of African Minimi.” The Numismatic Chronicle 140 (1980): 64–70.

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———. Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy, c. 300–1450. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

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———. “The Coinage of Theodoric in the Names of Anastasius and Justin I.” In Mints, Dies and Currency: Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Albert Baldwin, edited by Robert A. G. Carson, 67–74. London: Methuen, 1971.

———. “Zeno and Leo, the Most Noble Caesars.” The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 6th ser., 19 (1959): 93–98.

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———. “Die unedierten byzantinischen Münzen des Wiener Kabinettes.” Numismatische Zeitschrift 77 (1957): 28–57.

———. “Une trouvaille de monnaies des Paléologues.” Revue belge de Numismatique 106 (1960): 244–66.

Lowick, Nicholas M., Simon Bendall, and Philip D. Whitting. The Mardin Hoard: Islamic Countermarks on Byzantine Folles. London: A. H. Baldwin and Sons, 1977.

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Mattingly, Harold, et al. The Roman Imperial Coinage. 10 vols. London: Spink, 1923–1994.

Metcalf, David M. Coinage in South Eastern Europe, 820–1396. London: Royal Numismatic Society, 1979.

———. Coinage of the Crusades and the Latin East in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford. 2nd ed. London: Royal Numismatic Society, 1995.

———.“Echoes of the Name of Lorenzo Tiepolo: Imitations of Venetian Grossi in the Balkans.” The Numismatic Chronicle 12 (1972): 183–91.

———. “Minting of Gold Coinage at Thessalonica in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries and the Gold Currency of Illyricum and Dalmatia.” In Studies in Early Byzantine Gold Coinage, edited by Wolfgang R. O. Hahn and William E. Metcalf, 15–24. New York: American Numismatic Society, 1988.

———. “The Slavonic Threat to Greece circa 580: Some Evidence from Athens.” Hesperia 31, no. 2 (1962): 134–57.

Metlich, Michael. “Another Heraclius Follis from Jerusalem.” Israel Numismatic Journal 13 (1994): 118.

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———. “Le demi-basilikon de Matthieu Cantacuzene de la collection Protonotarios à Dumbarton Oaks.” In Ὁλοκότινον: Μελέτες Βυζαντινής Νομισματικής και Σιγιλλογραφίας στη μνήμη του Πέτρου Πρωτονοταρίου = Studies in Byzantine Numismatics and Sigillography in Memory of Petros Protonotarios, edited by Ioannis Touratsoglou and Eleni Papaeuthymiou, 123–28. Athens: Ελληνική Νομισματική Εταιρεία, 2013.

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———. “‘L’économie monétaire byzantine’: à propos d’un ouvrage récent.” Revue numismatique 29 (1987): 245–56.

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