This is the first in a two-volume study of the medieval city. It traces the slow regeneration of urban life in the early-medieval period, showing where and how an urban tradition had survived from late antiquity, and when and why new urban communities began to form where there was no continuity.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Part One: Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
1. The Urban Legacy of Antiquity.
2. Suburbanisation and Deurbanisation in Merovingian and Carolingian Gaul 500-830.
3.Challenge and Response: The Scandinavian and Muslim Attacks and the Revival of Urban Life in the Medieval West.
Part Two: The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries
4. From Seigniorial to Economic Urbanisation: Landowning, Commerce and Industry in the Cities of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries.
5. Urban Law and Government in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries.
Part Three: The Thirteenth Century and the Crisis of Medieval Urbanisation c. 1190-1270.
6.The Expansion of the Cities in the Thirteenth Century.
7. The North European Cities in the Thirteenth Century.
8. The Commercial Cities of Thirteenth Century Italy Under Popular Oligarchies. Part Four: A Half Century of Crisis
9. Merchant as Craftsman, Magnate as Guildsman. The Transformation of the Medieval City 1270-1325. Bibliography.
- Data Publicarii : 18 Apr 1997
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback / softback
- Numar pagini : 432
- ISBN : 9780582299061
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