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Waqf et Monnaie dans l'Égypte Mamlūke

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The accounts of Ğawhar al-Lālā inform us, at least indirectly, about the functioning of money institutions in Mamluk Egypt. Each minting serves to support a currency; the diverse currencies evolved independently from one to the other on the basis of ‘monetary polities’, subjugated to a succession of fiscal devices. The frequency of the authorizations gave to the initiators the chance [to gain from] interest-bearing speculations.

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