COINAGE IN TENTH CENTURY ENGLAND
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COINAGE IN TENTH CENTURY ENGLAND: FROM EDWARD THE ELDER TO EDGAR'S REFORM BY C.E BLUNT AND B.H.I STEWARTThis first detailed study of Anglo-Saxon and Viking coins in 10th-century England covers the period from the accession of Edward the Elder in 899 to the major reforms of Edgar in 973-5, taking account of Viking issues in the early 10th century and the coinage of Plegmund, the last archbishop of Canterbury to coin in his own name.