Medieval Merchants and Money: IHR conference series book

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Published Date:
16 Jun, 2016


The essays address different questions in medieval economic and social history, looking in particular at merchants, their trade, their legal interactions and identities, and the importance of money and credit in both rural and urban economies. Other essays look at patterns of migration to London, royal policy and the role that merchants played in the Hundred Years War.

The book is currently available for pre-order here for £40, and will be on full release in bookstores as of 30 June. However, the volume can be purchased for the discount price of £30 using the order form here.

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