Mediterranean Encounters, Economic, Religious and Political, 1100-1550Hardback Collected Studies
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- Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Format: Hardback | 384 pages
- Dimensions: 147mm x 226mm x 23mm | 499g
- Publication date: 1 March 2001
- Publication City/Country: Aldershot
- ISBN 10: 0860788415
- ISBN 13: 9780860788416
- Illustrations note: index
This volume looks at interactions between territories, peoples and religions across the Mediterranean, and at the influence of the Mediterranean economy around the world. Topics include: trade across the Chritian-Muslim fontier; the relative importance of local and long distance trade in economic development; the policies of Frederick II and his successors towards Jews and Muslims; and the complex political relationships within the western and central Mediterranean in the aftermath of the revolt of the Sicilian Vespers. It also covers Italian merchants and bankers as far afield as London and Southampton, and the business affairs of Lorenzo de'Medici. Taken as a whole, this collection of writings presents an original, Mediterranean perspective and politics of middle and late medieval Europe.
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Table of contents
Trade across the Christian-Muslim frontier: the role of trade in Muslim-Christian contact during the Middle Ages; trade and crusade, 1050-1250; gli inizi del commercio genovese a maiorca e il patto maiorchino-genovese del 1160; east and west - comments on the commerce of the city of Ancona in the Middle Ages; industrial products - the Middle Ages. The Mediterranean economy and western Europe: the impact of Italian banking in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 1300-1500; cittadino e denizen - mercanti mediterranei a Southampton e Londra; l'economia mercantile nel Mediterraneo occidentale (!390ca-1460ca) - commercio locale e a lunga distanza nell'eta di Alfonso il Magnanimo; grain traffic out of the Apulian ports on behalf of Lorenzo de' Medici, 1486-7. Politics, religion and economy in the era of Frederick II: lo stato e la vita economica; the Kingdom of Sicily and the origins of the political crusades; ethnic variety and its implications - Frederick II's relations with Jews and Muslims. Jews and Muslims under Anjou and Aragon: monarchs and minorities in the Christian western Mediterranean around 1300; Lucera and its analogues; le attivita economiche degli Ebrei siciliani attorno al 1300; die verfolgung der Juden in Suditalien unds Sizilien (1290-1541); the role of the Jews in the cultural life of the Argonese Kingdom of Naples. Political rivalries between Anjou and Aragon: the Argonese Kingdom of Albania - an Angevin project of 1311-16; Genova Angioina, 1318-35 - gli inizi della Signoria di Roberto re di Napoli; consideraciones sober la historia del reino de Mallorca - Mallorca entre Aragon y Francia.