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Tedo Dundua; Akaki Chikobava (2016)
Publisher: NvSU
Journal: Materialy po Arheologii i Istorii Antičnogo i Srednevekovogo Kryma
Languages: Bulgarian
Types: Article
Subjects: Trebizond, Georgia, Tbilisi, Numismatics, Iran, CC1-960, Archaeology, Georgia, Numismatics, Trebizond, Iran, Byzantium, Tbilisi, Propaganda, Byzantium
7th volume of “Materials in Archaeology and History of Ancient and Medieval Crimea” shows article “Coin as a Means of Propaganda (According to Georgian Numismatics)” by Tedo Dundua and Emil Avdaliani. Now the story is prolonged. Everywhere coin facilitated exchange of goods. It was employed also for different propaganda. Georgians did the same as seen in the monetary groups as follows: Georgian credit money (12th c. — the 20s of 13th c.), coins of the Georgian kings in the 13th — 14th cc., Western Georgian money of the 13th — 15th cc., coins of the Georgian kings in the 18th c. We outline the results of our study for a scientific discussion.

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