2 edition of Medieval trade in the Mediterranean world found in the catalog.
Medieval trade in the Mediterranean world
Robert Sabatino Lopez
|Series||Records of civilization, sources and studies -- 52|
|Contributions||Raymond, Irving Woodworth, 1898-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 458 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||458|
Medieval trade in the Mediterranean world [electronic resource]: illustrative documents Responsibility translated with introductions and notes by Robert S. Lopez and Irving W. Raymond. Her first book, Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and their Business World (Cambridge University Press, Studies in Economic History, ) explores the nature and geography of the medieval Islamic economy, the ways a group of merchants engaged with local and long-distance infrastructures and institutions.
Early and Medieval Islamic World. the medieval Mediterranean and Middle East bore witness to a prolonged period of flourishing intellectual and cultural diversity. Seeking to contribute to this ever-more nuanced and textured picture, The Early and Medieval Islamic World academic book series will promote innovative research on the period "Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean succeeds in painting a coherent and compelling picture of a trading community, while still maintaining technical precision. The result is that one learns, and even enters, a world of foreign categories and remarkable social-economic mechanisms."Pages:
PDF | On Jun 1, , Avner Greif and others published Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and Their Business World. By . Book Description. Collected Studies CS The articles in this collection cover the region extending from Italy to the Black Sea and to Egypt, over a period of seven centuries, with an emphasis on the considerable economic and social interaction between the West and the regions of the Eastern Mediterranean.
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This collection of merchant documents is essential reading for any student of economic developments in the Middle Ages who wishes to go beyond the level of textbook summaries. Different aspects of economic life in the Mediterranean world are delineated in the light of a rich variety of articles and other contemporary writings, drawn from Muslim and 5/5(1).
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Hilaire de Bœuf.5/5(2). "Because of its extensive notes and commentary, Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World continues to be useful to scholars. Its principal value, however, is as a teaching text: as one of the few that concentrates on documentary rather than narrative records." Adam J.
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Different aspects of economic life in the Mediterranean world are delineated in the light of a rich variety of articles and other contemporary writings, drawn from Muslim and Christian sources. From This collection of merchant documents is essential reading for any student of economic developments in the Middle Ages who wishes to go beyond the 4/5.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: At the origins of the commercial revolution --Markets, merchants, merchandise, and means of exchange during the commercial Title. Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World by Robert S. Lopez,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(13).
Read the full-text online edition of Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World: Illustrative Documents (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Medieval Trade. Muslim trade in the Mediterranean world was strikingly different in the later medieval period than it had been in earlier centuries.
During the fifth/eleventh century, control of Mediterranean shipping and commerce began to shift from Muslim to Christian hands as a result of crusade, conquest and the growth of the European : Olivia Constable.
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Because of its extensive notes and commentary, Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World continues to be useful to scholars. Its principal value, however, is as a teaching text: as one of the few that concentrates on documentary rather than narrative records.
— Adam J. Price: $ Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World () Paperback – January 1, by Unknown (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(2). The aim of this series is to publish outstanding, original scholarly monographs and article collections, as well as editions and translations of primary sources, encompassing any aspect of the history of the Medieval Mediterranean.
All methodological approaches—including interdisciplinary ones—are welcome. Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean The Geniza Merchants and their Business World to manage political risks and asserted different parts of their fluid identities to gain advantage in the multicultural medieval trading world.
This book paints a vivid picture of the everyday life of Jewish merchants in Islamic societies and Cited by: In medieval times the primary source of wealth was the agricultural exploitation of land. However, the unification of the trade routes between the Far East and the Mediterranean world in Islamic hands made international trade for the Islamic middlemen far more profitable than it File Size: 68KB.
The Mediterranean Sea was the central superhighway of transport, trade and cultural exchange between diverse peoples encompassing three continents: Western Asia, North Africa, and Southern history of the cultures and people of the Mediterranean Basin is important for understanding the origin and development of the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Canaanite.
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The Geniza merchants of the eleventh- 4/5(5). The peoples who inhabited the semi-arid shores of the Mediterranean were united in a common world view - as the name suggests, they saw themselves as living at the center of the world. The region, similar in size to that of the Caribbean, had seen the rise and fall of several civilizations and, in the late 15th century, was again in flux.
Medieval Trade Routes. Medieval Europe was an agricultural society in which most people lived in small villages. In the s and s, however, Europe experienced a revival of trade and an associated growth of towns and cities.
(Africa below the Saharan) from the Mediterranean world and Asia. However, trade still flourished in this region.Buy Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World: Illustrative Documents (Records of Western Civilization Series) new edition by Lopez, Robert S.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean The Geniza merchants of the eleventh-century Mediterranean – some-times called the “Maghribi traders” – are central to controversies about the origins of long-term economic growth and the institutional bases of trade.
In this book, Jessica Goldberg reconstructs the business world ofCited by: 5.