Danish Towns During Absolutism: Urbanisation and Urban Life 1660-1848
Søren Bitsch Christensen, Jørgen Mikkelsen
Aarhus University Press, 2008 - History - 509 pages
This anthology covers the development of the Danish urban system and urban life during the age of Absolutism, 1660-1848. It features 13 articles written by leading Danish urban historians focussing on economic and cultural urban centre functions.
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Soren Bitsch Christensen Jørgen Mikkelsen
Town development and urban population in the Danish
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18th century Aabenraa Aalborg Aarhus administration alms amtmand assistance authorities Baltic Sea became beggars begging billeting capital central centre chartered towns Christensen church citizens Copenhagen corn Danish towns Danske Kancelli Degn Denmark-Norway Duchy of Schleswig economic Elsinore established example factory village Fattigvæsenets Flensburg Fredericia Frederiksværk Funen garrison grammar schools guilds Haderslev harbour Henningsen 1978 Historisk Holstein houses Hyldtoft important industrial city industrialisation inhabitants institutions Johansen Jorgensen 1940 journeymen Jutland Kalundborg King Kingdom of Denmark Kobenhavns land large number Lolland market towns master merchants military municipal musicians Næstved national schools Norway Odense ordinance organisation parish patriotic societies peasants period poor commission poor relief system population pre-industrial provincial towns Randers reform Ribe rigsdaler Roskilde royal rural ships Silkeborg Skanderborg social soldiers spinning schools stadsmusikant system stadsmusikanter Thomas Bloch tion trading district Urban History Viborg Zealand