Imagined communities: constructing collective identities in medieval Europe by Andrzej Pleszczyński() 6 editions published in in English and held by Myśliwski, Grzegorz: Początki związków Wrocławia i Hanzy niemieckiej. Chabrowski, Igor: Chongqing i kultura popularna, f — w Malinowski, Marek I.: Dzieje Afryki Południowej od ery prehistorycznej do końca XVI w. Lubeka · Królowa Hanzy. Ludwigshafen · Osnabrück · Kultura pamięci. Poczdam · Fabryka .. Trudno się dziwić, że tak wiele dzieje się tu na zewnątrz.

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Individual k and items are not arranged chronologically, but in subject groups. Juden in der mittelalterlichen Stadt — Jews in the medieval town Colloquia mediaevalia Pragensia, 7. He also considers wider trends in the development of the economic administration in the city, including the use of double-entry bookkeeping.

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In order to oversee the coinage, an Italian mint master was employed. Most widely held works by Przemyslaw Tyszka. The document lists the royal castles, towns, and domains, including those that had been pledged. A rather clear ratio appears to be in the vifgage, when the revenue of assets usually accounted for about one tenth of the amount of the pledge sum and the pledge holder had to return estates back to the original owner after he had collected the due amount. Project Page Feedback Known Problems.

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For example, DL, First part, chapter eighty-one. Die erste Krise des Feudalismus. Consangwinee karissime, dilectionem tuam affectuose petimus et rogamus, quatenus scutas aureas seu aliam quamlibet monetam sub impressione ymaginis et expressione nominis quondam Ludewici de Bavaria, qui se imperatorem gessit, in terris tue iurisdictioni subiectis eidem peramplius fabricari non sinas Pauvres des villes et pauvres des campagnes.

Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit — This development, or rather this failure, also affected the accounting systems in Central Europe by leaving them inadequate and without coordination.

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Florentiner Bankiers und Deutschland — The last issue that remains to be discussed here, is whether the value of pledged estates somehow corresponded to the pledge amounts.

Conclusion Although the lengthy negotiations on the Imperial and the local level about coins, mints and exchange rates may look clumsy and strange to modern economists, they were crucial for the institutional reform of the Holy Roman Empire. This paper focuses on Imperial institutions, that is the institutions of the Holy Roman Empire, which have been largely neglected by economic historians, although they provided a vital institutional framework, along with trust and confidence.

Finance — Europe — History. Financiers to the Blind King 75 bis zur Mitte des This will allow a better understanding of how Central Europe can properly be incorporated into European history. No portion of this publication may be reproduced, copied or transmitted save with written permission or in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Actor under the terms of any licence permitting limited copying issued by the Copyright Licensing Agency, Saffron House, 6—10 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TS.

In all the original charters the recipient is compensated for suffered damage or due mercenary wage, and we learn some interesting details, such as that the two knights who were killed at Prague Castle, were compensated 22 shocks groschen.

He himself states that he was removed from the office, which he had received as a pledge for a loan of 1, shocks groschen, but he was not repaid the outstanding sum of money Jacobi,nos. His research interests include numismatics and monetary history, the history of economic thought, business and banking history. There were several reasons for the fact that the Pomeranians did not immediately make use of their privilege to establish a mint in Stettin, although these are not, as often claimed, to be found in mistakes or the failure of the Imperial decree on coinage.

They allow us to investigate the institutions in which they originated, and to reconstruct the budget of a given originator or the supply of money in circulation. For the editions of the described sources see note 2 above.


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Paulinyi drew on the most-cited source of medieval Hungarian foreign trade, the — Pressburg thirtieth register, to determine that Hungarian foreign trade ran a deep deficit which could only be settled by the trade in money stemming from precious metal mining and minting kutura gold florin. Taking something in pledge did not mean that from the start of the contract the pledge could be transferred by the pledge holders to anyone they want.

The incomes from the Slavonian manors and mardurinum are estimated at eight thousand Hungarian florins per year. For the coinage and monetary units of this period compare for example Kulthrapp. Inthe Emperor demanded the strict enforcement of the decree on coinage in the Lower Saxon Circle.

His compilation of the Hungarian laws and customs, entitled Tripartitum, was first published in This causes difficulties in interpreting the accounts and in placing them in their proper context. However, we can introduce as pars pro toto four relatively well documented individual financiers to King John: He used Kkltura methodological techniques and established the research of marginal groups Geremek, and poverty Geremek, kkltura In November the same year, the king sold Zbiroh Castle, only recently redeemed from being pledged, to Peter.

Namely, it is the register of the commission from the years andwhose task was a revision of the deeds of pledge and property hanzt chamber and church estates in the Kingdom of Bohemia.

A cross on the obverse and a hand in combination with a letter indicating the mint on the reverse.