master's thesis
Currency in mediaeval and early modern age in the broader area of Pakoštane

Ana Stojanov (2016)
University of Zadar
Department of Archaeology
Metadata
TitleSrednjovjekovni i ranonovovjekovni novac na širem području Pakoštana
AuthorAna Stojanov
Mentor(s)Mato Ilkić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Na širem području Pakoštana otkriven je raznovrstan novac iz srednjega i ranoga novog vijeka (kat. br. 1-60). Osim za bolje poznavanje numizmatičke topografije, ta građa omogućuje uvid u strukturu optjecaja novca na naznačenom području u razdoblju od 11. do 18. stoljeća. Najstariji primjerci pripadaju Bizantskom carstvu. Međutim, najbrojniji je novac Mletačke republike. Otkrivene su i kovanice Akvileje, Ferrare, Padove, Pise i Verone. Slijedi novac duhovne i svjetovne gospode iz Austrije i Njemačke. Osim moneta Dubrovačke republike, zastupljene su i one koje se pripisuju Splitu, Šibeniku i Zadru. Nađen je i novac Turskog carstva.
KeywordsPakoštane numismatics Middle Ages Early Modern Age
Parallel title (English)Currency in mediaeval and early modern age in the broader area of Pakoštane
Committee MembersJosipa Baraka Perica (committee member)
Karla Gusar (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Zadar
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of Archaeology
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Archeology
Medieval Archeology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeArchaeology
Academic title abbreviationmag. archeol.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-03-31
Parallel abstract (English)
Various kinds of currency from the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age have been discovered in the broader area of Pakoštane (cat. no. 1-60). Besides the better understanding of numismatic topography, this structure provides insight into the structure of currency circulation in a designated area in the period from the 11th to 18th century. The oldest specimens belong to the Byzantine Empire. However, currency of the Venetian Republic is greatest in number. Coins from Aquileia, Ferrara, Padua, Pisa, and Verona were also discovered. Then there is the currency of spiritual and secular lords from Austria and Germany. In addition to coins of the Republic of Dubrovnik, there are also those attributed to Split, Šibenik and Zadar. Currency from the Ottoman Empire has also been found.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Pakoštane numizmatika srednji vijek rani novi vijek
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:466224
CommitterMarta Unković