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Published by E. ET (April 1998) You have got to feel sorry for our colleagues in medieval economic history.
Published by E. ET (April 1998). James Masschaele, Peasants, Merchants, and Markets: Inland Trade in Medieval England, 1150-1350. New York: St Martin’s Press, 1997. You have got to feel sorry for our colleagues in medieval economic history. This bright and energetic group – Richard Britnell, Bruce Campbell, Christopher Dyer, Derek Keene, Maryanne Kowaleski, John Langdon, Mavis Mate, Larry Poos, Ambrose Raftis, to name just a few – are model scholars. To practice their craft they master Latin and paleography, they learn the subtleties of the documents, they spend the time in the archives.
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Peasants, Merchants, and Markets book. A study of the development of regional networks of trade.
The Journal of Economic History. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. Volume 58 Issue 4. Medieval and Early Modern -. English Français. The Journal of Economic History. Bruce M. S. Campbell (a1). The Queen–s University of Belfast.
Peasants, Merchants and Markets explores the development of regional networks of trade and social interaction in the two centuries before the Black Death, a period which saw dynamic changes in relations between towns and their rural hinterlands.
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Masschaele, James Peasants, Merchants and Markets: Inland Trade in Medieval England, 1150-1350. ISBN 13: 9780312160357. Peasants, Merchants and Markets: Inland Trade in Medieval England, 1150-1350. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned.
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Peasants, Merchants, and Markets. Inland Trade in Medieval England, 1150-1350. The standard of execution is quite high. Pp. xii, 275. ISBN: 0-312-16035-6. Masschaele is adept at explaining the intricacies of medieval taxation and legal records and in presenting statistical data, although there is little mathematical modelling of the factors he identifies. A number of maps are included, and there are plenty of tables summarizing numerical data. One general map of England, with the medieval counties marked, might be helpful for those not intimately familiar with English geography.