Readership: All major academic libraries in Europe and North America,
museums with significant coin collections, dealers and collectors of Anglo-Saxon and post-conquest coins, and advanced university courses in economic history and monetary control.
Edited by Martin Biddle, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Archaeology, Oxford University.
The general editor of the Winchester series, Martin Biddle, is an archaeologist with a particular interest in towns. He has excavated at Winchester, Repton, and St Albans, and at Qasr Ibrim in Nubia, and in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Biddle has been the Director of the Winchester Research Unit since 1968 and is Emeritus Professor of Medieval Archaeology at Oxford.
List of plates
List of figures
List of tables
List of abbreviationsRory Naismith:
PART I: THE WINCHESTER MINT
1: Stewart Lyon: Minting in Winchester: an Introduction and Statistical Analysis
2: Martin Allen: The Winchester Mint and Exchange, 1158-1250
3: Veronica Smart: The Names of the Moneyers of the Winchester Mint
4: Margaret Gelling: The Place-name 'Winchester'
5: Yvonne Harvey: Catalogue and Die-analysis of the Winchester Mint-signed Coins
6: Rory Naismith: Indices of Moneyers, Die-links, Hoards, and Other Finds, and Lists of Collections and Provenances
PART II: COINS AND RELATED FINDS FROM THE WINCHESTER EXCAVATIONS OF 1961-71
1: Christopher Blunt & Michael Dolley, revised by Martin Allen & Mark Blackburn: Anglo-Saxon and Later Coins
2: Philip Mernick: Jettons and Tokens by the late S.E. Rigold, the inscriptions revised by Philip Mernick
3: Tim Pestell & Adrian Marsden: Repoussé Foils Imitating Arabic Coins
4: Geoff Egan: Lead tokens and Related Items
5: Martin Biddle: Byzantine and Eastern Finds from Winchester: Chronology, Stratification, and Social Context
6: Eurydice Georganteli: Byzantine Coins
7: Philip Grierson: Byzantine Seals
8: Martin Henig: Byzantine Intaglio
9: Tim Pestell: Papal Bullae
10: Helen Mitchell Brown & Rory Naismith: Kufic Coin
11: Marion Archibald & Martin Biddle: Hebrew token
12: Martin Allen & Martin Biddle: A Lead Seal, Possibly of Henry I
13: Martin Biddle & Birthe Kjølbye-Biddle: The Contexts of the Coins: Problems of Residuality and Dating