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17 minuti fa, fabry61 dice:

Luigi per favore dai la pagina. Nel pdf non si riesce a fare la ricerca. Grazie

 

Pag. 672

Feruglio (199) ha dedicato attenzione ai bisanti approntati dagli uomini della Serenissima in luogo di fortuna (e non in Patria) durante l’assedio di Famagosta di Cipro: ne ha ricostruito le attestazioni documentarie, le tipologie e i dati metrologici, le ricorrenze in un lavoro pressoché completo. 
 

199. Feruglio, L., Venetorum fides inviolabilis. Analisi storica e statistica dei bisanti veneziani ossidionali per Cipro
(1570), in (334), pp. 43–72.

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41 minuti fa, fabry61 dice:

Luigi per favore dai la pagina. Nel pdf non si riesce a fare la ricerca. Grazie

 

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Il 3/8/2022 alle 21:10, Oppiano dice:

Ulteriore esemplare che sarà esitato in asta Elsen il prossimo settembre:

CHYPRE, sous domination vénitienne, Siège de Famagouste par les Ottomans (1570-1571), Cu bisante, 1570. D/ Lion de saint Marc à g., au-dessus de la date. R/ Inscription en quatre lignes sous un Amour volant à d. Schl. VIII, 14; Paolucci 107. 2,95g Rare Légères traces de corrosion.

Catherine Cornaro, la dernière souveraine du royaume de Chypre, abdiqua en faveur de la République de Venise en 1489. L'île de Chypre passa ainsi sous domination vénitienne jusqu'à ce qu'elle fut conquise par les Ottomans sous le règne de Sélim II. Nicosie tomba le 9 septembre 1570 et Famagouste le 1er août 1571, après une résistance héroïque de plus d'un an. Alors que le traité de reddition garantissait la clémence des vainqueurs, le gouverneur Marcantonio Bragadin fut torturé pendant plusieurs jours et fut finalement écorché vif. La conquête de Chypre provoqua la mobilisation d'une importante flotte chrétienne à l'appel du Pape Pie V qui vainquit la flotte turque lors de la célèbre bataille de Lépante le 7 octobre 1571.

Grading/Status: Very Fine

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Esitata in asta a 700 euro

 

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Il 29/6/2022 alle 21:39, Oppiano dice:

Salve,

in una prossima asta di settembre, questo esemplare:

https://www.numisbids.com/n.php?p=lot&sid=5876&lot=6733

ITALIAN STATES / VENICE (CYPRUS): Besant (1570) in copper with winged lion of St Mark in centre and date below with inscription "PRO REGNI CYPRI PRESSIDIO". Inscription "VENETOR / FIDES INVI / OLABILIS / BISANTE / I" on reverse. Inside slab by NGC "XF DETAILS / ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE / VENICE SIEGE COINAGE". Cert number: 5785876-001. (Paolucci 907) & (Montenegro 11, page 870).

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Esitato in asta a 320 euro.

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Il 22/9/2022 alle 22:20, Oppiano dice:

Alla prossima asta Noonans 28-29/9/2022 Lotto 1063

https://www.noonans.co.uk/auctions/calendar/656/catalogue/432817/

Cyprus, Venetian Administration, siege coinage, Bezant, 1570, Nicosia?, 6.48g/7h (Paolucci 907; Mailliet pl.39, 2). 

Provenienza: J.R. Stewart Collection

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Hammer price: GBP 420.00

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Il 22/9/2022 alle 22:20, Oppiano dice:

Alla prossima asta Noonans 28-29/9/2022 Lotto 1063

https://www.noonans.co.uk/auctions/calendar/656/catalogue/432817/

Cyprus, Venetian Administration, siege coinage, Bezant, 1570, Nicosia?, 6.48g/7h (Paolucci 907; Mailliet pl.39, 2). 

Provenienza: J.R. Stewart Collection

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J.R. Steward Collection

da: https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/term/BIOG60628

Biography
Australian archaeologist working on Cyprus between the late 1930s and the early 1960s, from whom the museum acquired two tomb groups from his excavations at Bellapais-Vounous in 1937-1938. Material from his excavations can also be found in other UK museums. He also dug the sites of Nicosia-Ayia Paraskevi, Vasilia, and Karmi-Lapatsa and Karmi-Palealona in the 1950s and early 1960s. His discoveries are central to the understanding of the earlier Bronze Age on the island. Along with his contemporary Porphyrios Dikaios, his work formed a key part of the first volume of the Swedish Cyprus Expedition synthesis of Cypriot prehistory. Apart from his excavations reports, some of which appeared after his death, his main work is the Corpus of Cypriote artefacts of the Early Bronze Age (Parts I-III published postumously from 1988 onwards, with several volumes still to appear). He taught at the University of Sydney from 1946 until his death, being appointed Edwin Cuthbert Hall Professor of Middle Eastern Archaeology in 1960, and was central to the establishment of Near Eastern archaeology as a discipline in Australia. Early in his career, Stewart also excavated in Turkey and Palestine and published in these fields, as well as pursuing interests in crusader numismatics and Roman to Byzantine history. Full details of his life and career can be found in several memoirs by Cambitoglou (1963) and Merrillees (1983, 1994, 2013), in the biography of Stewart and his second wife Eve by Powell (2013), and in various papers in Knapp et al. 2013. Details of his final excavations at Karmi can also be found in Webb et al. 2010, , 4-6.
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