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Comparing Two Italies

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Comparing Two Italies

Civic Tradition, Trade Networks, Family Relationships Between Italy of Communes and the Kingdom of Sicily

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The title recalls a famous book by David Abulafia, The two Italies, Cambridge 1977, about the origins of the so-called unequal exchange and dual economy between Northern and Southern Italy. This argument is supposed to be the ground of the so called Southern question(questione meridionale), one of the foremost topics of the whole Italian history. But trade isn't the only major theme apt to compare Italy of Communes and Kingdom of Sicily. This miscellany of essays points to enlarge interpretative paths not only about trade networks, but aboutless known sides of interrelations, e. g. the rise of civic tradition, the spread of Mendicant Orders, the circulation of wealth because of family relationships, women, marriage and patrimonial assets.
Release date NZ
June 29th, 2018
Contributors
Edited by Nicola Lorenzo Barile Edited by Patrizia Mainoni
Pages
450
Country of Publication
Belgium
Imprint
Brepols Publishers
ISBN-13
9782503569765
Product ID
28144517

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