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Markets and Staples in the Medieval Hungarian Kingdom

3.900 Ft
Gyártó: Research Centre for the Humanities
Cikkszám: 978-963-416-199-8
Elérhetőség: RENDELHETŐ

Leírás és Paraméterek

This book discusses medieval markets and depots, places of commercial activity in the Kingdom of Hungary, and their many interactions, and how they developed and changed over time. The system went through many changes as new demands arose over the centuries, but permanence and adherence to old ways was always a characteristic feature. In the early Kingdom of Hungary, only the king could hold markets, but clerical and secular landowners gradually acquired market rights in later times. The only prerogative retained by the king was the power to grant a franchise for a market. Kings may have created the institutional have for trade, but markets followed their own course of development in the way they operated.

Boglárka Weisz is the leader of the "Lendület" Medieval Hungarian Economic History Research Team. She works at the Institute of History of the Research Centre for the Humanities. Her main fields of interest are the economic history and the institutions of 11 th–14th-century Hungary.

Műfaj történettudomány
ISBN 978-963-416-199-8
ISSN 2677-0881
Sorozat Arpadiana 1.
Kiadó ELKH BTK Történettudományi Intézet
Kiadás éve 2020
Kötés típusa Keménytábla védőborítóval
Oldalszám 258
Nyelv angol
Méret B5 165 x 235
Tömeg 608 g