Markets in Early Medieval Europe: Trading and Productive Sites, 650-850
Tim Pestell, Katharina Ulmschneider
Windgather, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 304 pages
This book reveals how Europe's early medieval economy was not just based on coastal trading centres. It analyses the evidence for markets across Anglo-Saxon England, Scandinavia and Frankish Europe, and explores the broader patterns of trade in the 'Dark Age' economy.
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Productive Sites and the Pattern of Coin Loss
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