The volume is the Survey of Numismatic Research prepared for the XVI International Numismatic Congress Warsaw 2022. In total the new Survey comprises 15,713 references. This represents an increase of over 3,300 citations since the last Survey. The number of publications collected for Asian and Islamic Coinages has remained almost the same as in the last Survey (1,657 as compared to 1,612). This section also summarizes the contributions to research on the Sasanians, Kushans, Guptas and “Iranian” Huns, the study of which has made considerable progress. With 713 citations, the clear focus in this section is, unsurprisingly, on the field of Islamic numismat- ics, although a decrease in citations compared to the last Survey volume can be noticed (down from 1,149 to 713). Despite the undisputed importance of this field of research today, it should be noted that curatorial posts for Islamic numismatics in many museums and coin cabi- nets are either completely absent or not filled again when they fall vacant. In general, the focus here is also on the recording and mapping of coin finds, as well as on mint and area studies. The research on the Caucasus region, the circulation of Islamic coins in Eastern Europe during the Viking period, and the study of Golden Horde coinage deserves special mention. Two volumes of the main ref- erence work SNAT (Sylloge Nummorum Arabicorum Tübingen) were published during the reporting period.

Survey of Numismatic Research 2014-2020

Arianna D'Ottone
2022

Abstract

The volume is the Survey of Numismatic Research prepared for the XVI International Numismatic Congress Warsaw 2022. In total the new Survey comprises 15,713 references. This represents an increase of over 3,300 citations since the last Survey. The number of publications collected for Asian and Islamic Coinages has remained almost the same as in the last Survey (1,657 as compared to 1,612). This section also summarizes the contributions to research on the Sasanians, Kushans, Guptas and “Iranian” Huns, the study of which has made considerable progress. With 713 citations, the clear focus in this section is, unsurprisingly, on the field of Islamic numismat- ics, although a decrease in citations compared to the last Survey volume can be noticed (down from 1,149 to 713). Despite the undisputed importance of this field of research today, it should be noted that curatorial posts for Islamic numismatics in many museums and coin cabi- nets are either completely absent or not filled again when they fall vacant. In general, the focus here is also on the recording and mapping of coin finds, as well as on mint and area studies. The research on the Caucasus region, the circulation of Islamic coins in Eastern Europe during the Viking period, and the study of Golden Horde coinage deserves special mention. Two volumes of the main ref- erence work SNAT (Sylloge Nummorum Arabicorum Tübingen) were published during the reporting period.
D'Ottone, Arianna
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