A Medieval Merchant
In the Middle Ages, merchants changed the face of Europe as they spent their lives buying and selling goods. Medieval Merchant explores the daily lives of the men and women of the merchant class, where they traveled, how they were educated, how they conducted business, and how their business affairs influenced and improved the lives of average citizens.
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