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This article deals with the problems of Tripoli County coinage, created during the First Crusade. In particular, it considered the period from the beginning of the minting of the first coins, which began in 1109 after the capture of the fortress of Tripoli until the fall of the city under the onslaught of the army of the Egyptian Sultan al-Kilaun Alfie. The basis of this study was the analysis of images of copper, silver and gold coins of Tripoli County. Also, in this paper, it was used thedoi:10.13187/crus.2016.4.81 fatcat:klrx474gdvdgtibaa7afig4sqy