The Long Eighth Century

Inge Lyse Hansen, Chris Wickham
BRILL, 2000 - 388 sivua
The eighth century has not been analysed as a period of economic history since the 1930s, and is ripe for a comprehensive reassessment. The twelve papers in this book range over the whole of Europe and the Mediterranean from Denmark to Palestine, covering Francia, Italy and Byzantium on the way. They examine regional economies and associated political structures, that is to say the whole network of production, exchange, and social relations in each area. They offer both authoritative overviews of current work and new and original work. As a whole, they show how the eighth century was the first century when the post-Roman world can clearly be seen to have emerged, in the regional economies of each part of Europe.

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the eighthearly ninth century
The significance of production in eighthcentury England
Roman cities emporia and new towns sixthninth centuries
The role of the monasteries in the systems of production
Before or after mission Social relations across the middle
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Production distribution and demand in the Byzantine
Production exchange and regional trade in the Islamic
production distribution and demand II

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Inge Lyse Hansen is researching on Roman art history at the University of Edinburgh. Chris Wickham, D.Phil. (1975) in History, University of Oxford, is Professor of Early Medieval History at the University of Birmingham.

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