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Circulaţia monetară în regiunea polarizată economic împrejurul oraşului Câmpulung, în secolul al XVI-lea, în lumina cercetării numismatice a Tezaurului de la Vultureşti / Monetary Circulation in the Economic Region Around the Town of Câmpulung, during the Sixteenth Century, in the Light of the Numismatic Research of the Vultureşti Hoard

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Excerpt One of the two hoards of 16th century representative for the monetary circulation within the economic area around the city of Campulung was discovered in Vulturesti village, about 30 km to the military camp of Michael the Brave from 1595. As a result of its recent numismatic research, a unique discovery was made, a denarius issued in 1552 in Sibiu, by Petrus Haller on behalf of Emperor Ferdinand I. This is the first of its type, known to be identified in structure of the hoards concluded in 16th and 17th centuries, discovered in Walachia and even in Transylvania.
The information thus provided by the numismatic source, combined with the written sources, allowed us to issue several assumptions concerning monetary circulation features of the contact area between Walachia and Transylvania, in the 16th century, generally speaking, and particularly for denarius monetary circulation, during the first six decades of the 16th century.
Paginaţia 147-172
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Titlul volumului de apariție
  • Cercetări Numismatice; XVIII; anul 2012
Editura Publicat de: Muzeul Naţional de Istorie a României
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