Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Islamic Anatolia Artuqids

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Although Islamic tradition [ hadith ] prohibits the depiction of humans or animals, it was not always strictly enforced. One such instance of this was the coinage of the Turkoman dynasties the Artuqids, Zangids, and Danishmendids, as well as the Ayyubids which included a variety of human and animal figural types on their bronze dirhems.

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Respecting western culture, these Turkoman rulers also admired and appreciated western art and were open to accepting certain religious tenets and iconography within Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, which provided models for some of the Byzantine inspired coin types.

Greek and Roman coins that existed as parts of then available collections or individual examples provided the models for other coin types.

These new coin types did not simply copy their ancient prototypes, but through an historical understanding of their motifs, they combine ancient and more contemporary iconography, or in turn classicize contemporary iconography, causing the viewer assume a connection to classical prototype which does not actually exist.

Click for more coin images of the Artuqids.

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