Economic and Social History of Medieval Europe

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE TO THE END OF THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY

1. COMMODITIES AND DIRECTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE1

Strange though it may seem, medieval commerce developed from the beginning under the influence not of local but of export trade. It was this alone which gave birth to

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BIBLIOGRAPHY.--See the works of W. Heyd and A. Schaube cited below in the general Bibliography, p. 221, and those of R. Häpke and R. L. Reynolds above, p. 26, Bib.-- H. Simonsfeld , Der Fondaco dei Tedeschi in Venedig und die deutschvenetianischen Handelsbeziehungen ( Stuttgart, 1887), 2 vols. -- W. Stein, Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Hanse ( Giessen, 1900).-- E. Daenell, Geschichte der deutschen Hanse in der zweiten Hälfte des XIV Jahrhunderts ( Leipzig, 1897). -- Id., Die Blütezeit der deutschen Hanse ( Berlin,, 1905-6), 2 vols.-- G. A. Kiesselbach, Die wirtschaftlichen Grundlagen der deutschen Hanse und die Handelsstellung Hamburgs bis in die zweite Hälfte des XIV Jahrhunderts ( Berlin, 1907).-- P. A. Meilink , De nederlandsche hanzesteden tot het laatse kwartaal der XIVe eeuw ( La Haye, 1912).-- F. Rörig, Hansische Beiträge zur deutschen Widschaftsgeschichte ( Breslau, 1928).-- Id., La Hanse, in Annales d'histoire économique et sociale, t. II ( 1930).-- Id., Mittelalterliche Weltwirtschaft, Jena, 1933.-- A. Arndt, Zur Geschichte und Theorie des Bergregals und der Bergbaufreiheit ( Halle. 2nd ed., 1916).-- L. Blancard, Documents inédits sur le commerce de Marseille au Moyen Age ( Marseille, 1884-5, 2 vols.).-- A. Germain, Histoire du Commerce de Montpellier ( Montpellier, 1861). 2 vols.-- C. Port, Essai sur l'histoire du commerce maritime de Narbonne ( Paris, 1852).-- De Fréville,, Mémoire sur le commerce maritime deRouen

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