By Harilaos Kitsikopoulos
Agrarian switch and situation in Europe, 1200-1500 addresses one of many vintage topics on financial background: the method of mixture monetary progress and the situation that engulfed the eu continent through the past due center a while. This used to be now not a regular obstacle. through the interval 1200-1500, Europe witnessed endemic episodes of famine and a wave of plague epidemics that amounted to 1 of its worst wellbeing and fitness crises, rivaled basically by means of the Justinian plague within the 6th century. those demanding situations referred to as into query the creation of products and companies and the distribution of wealth, beginning the opportunity of basic systemic change.
This publication bargains an empirical synthesis on a bunch of financial, demographic, and technological advancements which characterised the interval 1200-1500. It covers almost the full continent and areas equivalent emphasis either on supplying an excellent genuine framework and evaluating and contrasting quite a few theoretical interpretations. The wide geographical and conceptual scope of the e-book renders it quintessential not just for undergraduate scholars who take classes in terms of the commercial and social lifetime of the center a while but additionally to extra complex students who frequently focus on just one nation or region.
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Agrarian Change and Crisis in Europe, 1200-1500 (Routledge Research in Medieval Studies) by Harilaos Kitsikopoulos