‘Small is beautiful’: la Meaja. Moneda mínima en Castilla (siglos XIII-XV). De fragmento monetal a dinero imaginado

This paper studies the smallest fraction of money, or currency divisor, the "Meaja", in the territories of the Castilian crown during the lower Middle Ages, which is initially related to the “obolo”. This coin was extremely important in order to give exactness to transactions and facilitat...
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Author:

Eduardo Fuentes Gango [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

Spanish

Published:

2017

Subjects:

Medieval Coins Castile

fractional currency

handmade-cut coin

óbolo

meaja

cinquén

Containing Work:

In: Revista Numismática Hécate - Revista Numismática Hécate, 2015, (2017), 4, Seite 180-199

Containing Work:

year:2017 ; number:4 ; pages:180-199

Links:

https://doaj.org/article/a49e220d4d844c2c8a0018ac3fb85ef9 [kostenfrei]

http://revista-hecate.org/files/4315/1239/9751/Fuentes_Ganzo4.pdf [kostenfrei]

Journal toc [kostenfrei]

Catalog id:

DOAJ026747359

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