Salerno (Campania)

Coins (follari)

11th c.

    The earliest coins minted by the Normans were follari, in imitation of the Byzantine currency, coined at Amalfi and Salerno, which continued production even after the conquest of Sicily and the adoption of Arab types of coinage by the Norman counts and kings.

- Italie des Normands, Normandie des Plantagenêts, Musée de Normandie, Caen, 1995
- Trésors romans d'Italie du Sud et de Sicile, Toulouse, Musée des Augustins, G. Coppola (dir.)

Salerno, Museo Provinciale

F. Iannaccone