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John The Blind would side with France during the hundred years war and would be killed by the English during the battle of Crecy. He was blind during this ....
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This coin struck by the Huns reflects the cultures of many of the steep peoples of central Asia and the middle east. An attractive coin from the middle age....
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Tabaristan Silver Hemidrachm that was used for trade and in commerce along the Silk Road that linked China and southeast Asia with the Middle East and Euro....
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This magnificently preserved Pierreale is from the reign of Frederick III (or IV), also called the Simple, King of Sicily from 1355-1377 AD. He is often co....
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Leo I would spend his early life on the failed Third Crusade hoping to add territories of the Crusader States like the principality of Antioch to the Armen....
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These coins were minted in the county of Toulouse which would see much of the chaos of the first and second crusade and itself be the victim of the Albigen....
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The Italian Trade states were heavily involved with the activities of the crusaders hoping to poach important trade ports from the Islamic Kingdoms in the ....
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The Crusades would cause a period of debasement among the Islamic Kingdoms. These Pale Gold coins would be issued during the height of the inflation, alloy....
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Ivan Stratsimir would be the last emperor to rule in Bulgaria before the Ottoman conquests of 1396 where he would be defeated and the capital seized. These....
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Medieval Gold, Silver and Bronze Coins

The Western Roman Empire fell in 476 starting the Dark Ages which would see the breakup of the territories of the Roman Empire into a number of petty Kingdoms. These Germanic successor states would mint a number of Gold coins in the style of the Roman counterparts and would circulate widely into the early Middle Ages playing an important commercial and economic role in the early period. This period would see the rise of many great Kingdoms including the French under Charlemagne and the early English dynasties of the Anglo Saxons.

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