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Sammelwerk  The medieval merchant: proceedings of the 2012 Harlaxton Symposium
Barron, Caroline M.Sutton, Anne F. [Hrsg.]. - Donington (Lincolnshire) (2014)


In Reihe: Harlaxton medieval studies / 24
Deskriptoren: Mittelalter Barron, Caroline M. (1939-) Sutton, Anne F. (20. Jh.)
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

'A paradise hit is to behold'. Opportunities for Profit in Spain and Portugal in the Later Middle Ages
Childs, Wendy R.. • S. 1-19

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London's Forgotten Company? Fishmongers: Their Trade and Their Networks in Later Medieval London
Colson, Justin. • S. 20-40

Buchbeitrag   

Gold-smiths: London versus Provincial
Lutkin, Jessica. • S. 41-54

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The Expansion of London's Overseas Trade from 1475 to 1520
Oldland, John R.. • S. 55-92

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Contrasting Careers: William Browne of Stamford and Social Mobility in the Later Fifteenth Century
Rogers, Alan. • S. 93-110

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Merchants' Wives and Widows: Networking in Norwich
Hill, Carole. • S. 111-126

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Wool, Clothand Politics 1430-1485: the Case of the Merchant Stockers of Wyboston and London
Stocker, David A.. • S. 127-145

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Calamity and Commerce: the Burning of Boston Fair in 1288
Summerson, Henry R. T.. • S. 146-165

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Justice for Strangers: the Experience of Alien Merchants in Medieval English Common Law Courts
Jenks, Susanne. • S. 166-182

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Making Mammon Serve God: Merchant Piety in Later Medieval England
Burgess, Clive. • S. 183-207

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Trading Saints: Cults associated with Mercantile Activity
Rogers, Nicholas J.. • S. 208-220

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Mercantile Involvement in Religious Guilds
Badham, Sally F.. • S. 221-241

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Merchant Families and Religion in Later Medieval Colchester
Ward, Jennifer C.. • S. 242-258

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William Caxton, King's Printer c.1480-85: A Plea for History and Chronology in a Merchant's Career
Sutton, Anne F.. • S. 259-283

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A Merchant, Reader and Translator
Boffey, JuliaFabyan, Robert. • S. 284-298

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'Mercator dicit ...': The Relationship Betweenthe Merchant and his Assistant in the Old Czech Unguentarius
Nicholson, Christopher. • S. 299-309

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Lydgate's 'Mummingfor the Mercers of London'
Twycross, MegDutton, Elisabeth M.. • S. 310-349

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Occupation andIdentity in Medieval London
McEwan, John. • S. 350-363

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London Lives: Portraits of an Italian Merchant Elite
Bolland, Charlotte. • S. 364-377

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'A merchant ... in mottelee': The Dress of Some Medieval and Early Modern Merchants Trading in Italy and Flanders
Bridgeman, Jane. • S. 378-391

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Hanseatic Merchant Memorials: Individual Monuments or Collective 'Memoria'?
Cockerham, Paul. • S. 392-413