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The Jubaila Monetary Treasure Exhibited in The National Museum in Riyadh

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Abstract The research studies and analyzes seven coins (silver Dirhams) found in the historical city of Jubaila located in the north of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Four of these coins are in the ArabSasanian style, while the other three were struck in the city of Wasit in the fully Arabized Umayyad style, dating back to the years: 85 AH/704 CE, 95AH /713 CE, and 102 AH/720 CE. The research includes a demonstration of the treasure, the location where it was discovered, and a scientific study of these coins concluded by the researcher and its highly important results.


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