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eBook From One Sea to Another / Da Un Mare All'altro: Trading Places in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages / Luoghi Di Scambio Nell'alto ... Storia E L'Arc) (English and Italian Edition) ePub

by S Gelichi,R Hodges

eBook From One Sea to Another / Da Un Mare All'altro: Trading Places in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages / Luoghi Di Scambio Nell'alto ... Storia E L'Arc) (English and Italian Edition) ePub
Author: S Gelichi,R Hodges
Language: English Italian
ISBN: 2503545270
ISBN13: 978-2503545271
Publisher: Brepols Publishers; Bilingual edition (December 31, 2012)
Pages: 576
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Perfomance
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you do not have to be interested in the Adriatic to read this volume, since anyone with an interest in early medieval urbanism, ceramics, coins and, indeed, historiography.

Christopher Gerrard, in: Medieval Archaeology, Vol. 57, December 2013, p. 323-324).

Early Middle Ages (Proceedings of the International Conference, Comacchio 27th–29th March 2009) (Seminari del Centro Interuniversitario per la Storia e l'Archeologia dell'Alto Medioevo 3). 576 pages, 188 b&w & colour illustrations.

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This dynamism is best expressed in the form of new centres of settlement with specific characteristics, principally associated with short- and long-distance trade. This phenomenon possesses a strong resemblance to the emergence of similar places along the North Sea coastline from more or less the same period.

01 Naples’ early medieval economic complexity is partly indicated by the production of wine at Misenum, Ischia and probably elsewhere.

Trading Places: Worklessness dynamics in. Greater Manchester. A report for. Association of Greater Manchester Authorities. Switching from one generic alendronate to another - Via Medica. Naples’ early medieval economic complexity is partly indicated by the production of wine at Misenum, Ischia and probably elsewhere in its bay, suitably bottled in locally made amphorae which appear to have been exported as far as Rome, and perhaps even to Sicily7.

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Proceedings of the International Conference Comacchio 27th-29th March 2009. Today only Richard Hodges looks at these phenomena in a broad way, analyzing sites from the North Sea to the Near East (R. Hodges, Towns and Trade in the Age of Charlemagne, London, 2000). 7 In the written sources there is a lot of information’s about temple treasures (M. Bogucki, Grobina – a Sign of the Future.

More Info: From one sea to another. Publication Date: 2012.

by S Gelichi, R Hodges. This dynamism is best expressed in the form of new centres of settlement with specific characteristics, principally associated with short- and long-distance trade.

Norvich prefers to tell us the history of the peoples, the nations and the events that happened in the shores. The bibliography quite extensive.

Middle Ages, the period in European history from the collapse of Roman civilization in the 5th century CE to the .

Middle Ages, the period in European history from the collapse of Roman civilization in the 5th century CE to the dawn of the Renaissance (variously interpreted as beginning in the 13th, 14th, or 15th century, depending on the region of Europe and other factors). Encyclopædia Britannica, In. Kenny Chmielewski.

Recent excavations at Comacchio as well as archaeological research in the Venetian lagoon are defining the northern Adriatic region as an especially dynamic area in demographic rather than economic terms during the early Middle Ages. This dynamism is best expressed in the form of new centres of settlement with specific characteristics, principally associated with short- and long-distance trade. This phenomenon possesses a strong resemblance to the emergence of similar places along the North Sea coastline from more or less the same period. This phenomenon has been much debated by historians and archaeologists, who have ascribed the source of these new specialized centres (defined as emporia or wics) as prototypes for future mercantile cities and the rebirth of the medieval economy. The scope of the congress at Comacchio was to evaluate the most recent evidence, in a historical and archaeological context, addressingthe importance of these new Adriatic centres as well as considering comparisons for the first time with the more familiar northern European trading centres.
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