Economic and Social History of Medieval Europe

By Henri Pirenne | Go to book overview

Two
THE TOWNS

I. THE REVIVAL OF URBAN LIFE1

As long as Mediterranean commerce commerce continued to draw Western Europe into its orbit, urban life went on in Gaul

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BIBLIOGRAPHY.-- H. Pirenne, Les villes du Moyen Age, see Introduction, n. 2.-- G. von Below, Der Ursprung der deutschen Stadtverfassung, Dusseldorf, 1892.-- K. Hegel, Städte und Gilden der Germanischen Völker im Mittelalter, Leipzig, 1891, 2vols.--Id., Die Entstehung des deutschen Städtewesens, Leipzig, 1898.-- F. Keutgen, Untersuchungen über den Ursprung der deutschen Stadtverfassung, Leipzig, 1895.-- S. Rietschel , Die civitas auf deutschem Boden, Leipzig, 1894. --Id., Markt und Stadt in ihrem rechtlichen Verhältniss, Leipzig, 1897.-- F. Beyerle, Zur Typenfrage in der Stadtverfassung, in Zeitschrift für Rechtsgeschichte, Germ. Abt., 1930.-- G. Espinas , La vie urbaine de Douai au Moyen Age, Paris, 1913, 4 vols.-- C. Gross, The Gild Merchant, Oxford, 1890, 2 vols.-- F. W. Maitland, Township and Borough, Cambridge, 1898. -- C. Petit-Dutaillis, The Origin of the Towns in England, in Studies Supplementary to Stubbs' Constitutional History, vol. I, Manchester, 1908.-- C. Stephenson, The Origin of the English Towns, in Amer. Hist. Rev., t. XXXII, 1926.--Id., The Anglo-Saxon Borough, in Eng. Hist. Rev., 1930.--Id., Borough and Town, a study of urban origins in England, Cambridge ( Mass.), 1933.-- H. Pirenne, Les villes flamandes avant le XIIe siècle, in Annales de l'Est et du Nord, t. I, 1905.--Id., Les anciennes démocraties des Pays-Bas, Paris, 1910.-- G. Des Marez , Étude sur la propriété foncière dans les villes du Moyen Age et spécialement en Flandre, Ghent, 1898.-- F. Vercanteren , Étude sur les civitates de la Belgique Seconde, Brussels, 1934.-- L. von Heinemann, Zur Entstehung der Stadtverfassung in Italien, Leipzig, 1896.-- G. Mengozzi, La città italiana nell'alto medio evo, 2nd ed., Florence, 1931.

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