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Meeting of the Oriental Numismatic Society 2024 in Tübingen

This year’s meeting of the Oriental Numismatic Society will take place from May 4 to 5, 2024. Like every year, the international conference on Islamic numismatics will take place in Tübingen and is organized by the Research Centre for Islamic Numismatics Tübingen. There will no longer be an additional online option.

Tübingen is the center for Islamic numismatics in Germany - and a wonderful city to enjoy the first weekend in May! Photo: Berthold Werner via Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0.

Tübingen is the center for Islamic numismatics in Germany – and a wonderful city to enjoy the first weekend in May! Photo: Berthold Werner via Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0.

The organizers hope for a lively participation and ask for timely registration by e-mail. As always, each presentation – in German or English – will last 30 minutes, including discussion. Please remember that the usual contribution towards expenses of €5 will be charged for drinks and snacks, with the exception of students and other participants in training.

The conference will take place in the lecture room of the Department of Oriental and Islamic Studies, Wilhelmstr. 113, Tübingen.

Program

Saturday, 4 May 2024

  • 14:00 – Welcome and News
  • 14:15 – Mohamed El Hadry, Agadir: Some remarks on Marīnid coins in the corpus of H. Hazard
  • 14:45 – Cécile Bresc, Paris: Early Islamic coins found at the French excavations of Isṭabl ʿAntar in al-Fusṭāṭ, Cairo
  • 15:15 – Lutz Ilisch, Hayingen: A marginal problem: The outer circle on coins of ʿAbd al- Malik’s reforms
  • 15:45 – Nikolaus Schindel, Wien: A catalogue of Umayyad copper coins
  • 16:15 – Break
  • 16:45 – Betül Teoman, İzmir, Aydinid coinage in the light of new findings
  • 17:15 – Patrick Pasmans, Aarschot: New insights on the coinage of the Parthian vassal states in the 1st – 2nd Century AD around the Persian/Arabian Gulf & Arabian imitations of the coins of the Characenian kings
  • 17:45 – François Gurnet, La Louvière: Some new Sasanian coins from the mint of Sakastan
  • 18:15 – Djalalitdin Mirzaev, Termez: Different aspects of dirhams minted in Tirmidh 761 AH
  • 19:00 – Get-together (coin swap meet, display of new literature, …) in Wilhelmstr. 113

Sunday, 5. May 2024

  • 10:00 – Alaa Aldin Al Chomari, Tübingen: Die Schatzfundkarte des Tübinger sikka:būya- Projekts
  • 10:30 – Huda Subeh, Hamburg: Das Projekt zur Bachmann-Sammlung an der Universität Göttingen
  • 11:00 – Break
  • 11:30 – Jonathan Ouellet, Leiden: Exploring the social fabric of early Islamic numismatics
  • 12:00 – Stefan Moeller, Halle: Byzantine fourrée solidi and their interpretation
  • 13:00 – Lunch in Flavours of India, Mohlstr. 26
  • 15:30 – Guided highlight tour through the exhibition in the University Museum of Ancient Cultures at Hohentübingen Castle, Burgsteige 11

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