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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BezantBezant - Wikipedia

    In the Middle Ages, the term bezant ( Old French besant, from Latin bizantius aureus) was used in Western Europe to describe several gold coins of the east, all derived ultimately from the Roman solidus. The word itself comes from the Greek Byzantion, ancient name of Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire .

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    Las monedas de oro rara vez se acuñaban en la Europa occidental de la Edad Media, hasta el siglo XIII, usaban preferentemente plata y bronce. Las monedas de oro fueron producidas casi continuamente por los bizantinos y los árabes medievales. Estos circulaban en el comercio de Europa occidental en números pequeños. En Europa occidental, las monedas ...

    En heráldica, un roel de un color dorado se conoce como un bezante en referencia a la moneda. Al igual que muchas figuras heráldicas, el bezante se originó durante la era de las cruzadas, cuando los caballeros de Europa occidental entraron en contacto con las monedas de oro bizantinas. Durante la Cuarta Cruzada, la ciudad de Constantinopla fue saqu...

    ↑ Yule, Henry; Cordier, Henri. The Travels of Marco Polo: The Complete Yule-Cordier Edition. Third edition (1903), revised and updated by Henri Cordier. Plain Label Books. p. 1226-27. (ISBN 1-60303...
    ↑ La Pratica della Mercatura, by Francesco Balducci Pegolotti, dated 1343, full text online in Italian at MedievalAcademy.org.
  2. ro.wikipedia.org › wiki › BezantBezant - Wikipedia

    Bezant De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liberă Termenii bezant sau besant au mai multe înțelesuri: Cuprins 1 În arhitectură 2 În numismatică 3 În orfevrărie 4 În heraldică 5 Vezi și În arhitectură Bezant sau besant este un ornement de stil romanic. Desemnează un disc proeminent sculptat pe un bandou sau o arhivoltă . În numismatică

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BeasantBeasant - Wikipedia

    Because of the circular nature of the coins the word byzantius, or bezant, as it travelled across Europe, came to mean the 'circle or disk' represented on a coat of arms (in old French), also known as a roundel . The Beasants were gardeners in the King's court. Contents 1 Notable people with the surname Besant

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Talk:BezantTalk:Bezant - Wikipedia

    The term Bezant is used by Polo always (I believe) as it is by Joinville, by Marino Sanudo, and by Pegolotti, for the Egyptian gold dínár, the intrensic value of which varied somewhat... The exchange of Venice money for the Bezant or Dinar in the Levant varied a good deal... I think something's getting misunderstood or misquoted.