Richards- Precious Metals in the Later Medieval and Early Modern Worlds
John F. Richards (Editor)
Precious Metals in the Later Medieval and Early Modern Worlds
Carolina Academic Press. 1983 Hardcover: 502 p. illustrated. Rare.
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Table of Contents
Preface page vii
Introduction page 3
Part I: Medieval Monetary Flows
1 The Italian Gold Revolution of 1252: Shifting Currents in the Pan-Mediterranean Flow of Gold. Thomas Walker, page 29
2 Monetary Flows—Venice 1150 to 1400. Louise Buenger Robbert, page 53
3 Money and Money Movements in France and England at the end of the Middle Ages. Harry A. Miskimin, page 79
4 Bullion Flows and Monetary Contraction in late-Medieval England and the Low Countries. John Munro, page 97
5 Monetary Movements in Medieval Egypt, 1171-1517Jere L. Bacharach, page 159
6 Outflows of Precious Metals from Early Islamic India. J. F. Richards, page 183
7 The China Connection: Problems of Silver Supply in Medieval Bengal.0 John Deyell, page 207
Part 2: Monetary Expansion and Intensified Demand for Metals
8 Africa and the Wider Monetary World, 1250-1850. Philip D. Curtin, page 231
9 The Role of International Monetary and Metal Movements in Ottoman Monetary History 1300-1750. Halil Sahillioğlu, page 269
10 Gold and Silver Exchanges Between Egypt and Sudan, 16-18th Centuries. Terence Walz, page 305
11 Silver Mines and Sung Coins—A Monetary History of Medieval and Modern Japan in International Perspective. Kozo Yamamura and Tetsuo Kamiki, page 329
12 Vietnam and the Monetary Flow of Eastern Asia, Thirteenth to Eighteenth Centuries. John K. Whitmore, page 363
Part 3: New World Metals
13 South American Bullion Production and Export 1550-1750. Harry E. Cross, page 397
14 New World Silver, Castile and the Philippines 1590-1800. John J. TePaske, page 425
15 The Exports of Precious Metal from Europe to Asia by the Dutch East India Company, 1602-1795F. S. Gaastra, page 447
16 Silver in Seventeenth-Century Surat: Monetary Circulation and the Price Revolution in Mughal India. Joseph J. Brennig, page 477
Index page 497
Weight: 0.930 kg. (packaging included)
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