Coins of Abd al-Malik

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Syed Muhammad Khan
by American Numismatic Society
published on 07 January 2020
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A gold dinar of Abd al-Malik (r. 685-705 CE) minted in Damascus in 697/98 CE. Abd al-Malik introduced an independent Islamic currency in 693 CE, which initially bore depictions of the caliph before being abandoned for coins solely containing inscriptions.

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