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The Resource Life & Work In Medieval Europe

Life & Work In Medieval Europe

Label
Life & Work In Medieval Europe
Title
Life & Work In Medieval Europe
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This is an attempt to construct an ordered synthesis of the evolution of labor in Christian Europe during the Middle Ages. Its aim is not only to analyze the variations in the legal status of persons and of lands, but above all to set the working classes in the historical framework in which they lived, to trace the reciprocal action of political and social institutions, of exchange, of industrial and agricultural production, of the colonization of the soil, of the distribution of landed and movable wealth, upon those economic transformations which brought about the appearance of new forms of l
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Boissonnade
Dewey number
  • 330.94/01
  • 330.9401
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Industries
  • Labor and laboring classes
  • Europe
Label
Life & Work In Medieval Europe
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter ix changes in the value and distribution of landed property and emancipation of the rural classes in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries
Contents
  • Cover; Life And Work In Medieval Europe; Copyright; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; AUTHOR'S PREFACE; BOOK I; CHAPTER I ROMAN EUROPE AND BARBARIAN EUROPE IN THE EARLY DARK AGES.-THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION OF THE INVADERS; CHAPTER II THE INVASIONS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BARBARIAN KINGDOMS IN CHRISTIAN EUROPE.-RUIN OF THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RÉGIME OF ROME (FIFTH TO SEVENTH CENTURIES)
  • Chapter iii the east roman empire and the economic and social reconstruction of, eastern europe from the fifth to the tenth century.-colonization and agricultural production.-the division of property and rural classes in eastern europechapter iv the inidustrial and commercial hegemony of the eastern empire during the early middle ages; chapter v economic and social influence of byzantine civilization in east and west; chapter vi the work of church and state in the reorganization of labour and in the economic and social restoration of western christendom during the dark ages
  • Chapter vii the agrarian economy of western christendom.-the first attempt at colonization.-agricultural production and repopulation from the seventh to the tenth centurieschapter viii evolution of the régime of property in the west from the seventh to the tenth century.-the decline of the old forms of land ownership.-the progress of the great domains.-the attack on small properties and the class of freemen; chapter ix the dependent rural classes in the west.-their economic and social organization and general condition (seventh to tenth century)
  • Chapter x industrial production and exchange in the west during the last centuries of the dark ages.-partial renaissance of an urban economybook ii; chapter i the feudal régime in the west.-the ruling classes and the ownership of the soil; chapter ii economic and social organization of the rural districts of the west during the early feudal period; chapter iii part played by church and state in the transformation of the régime of production; chapter iv the appearance of a money economy and the development of western commerce from the middle of the tenth to the middle of the fourteenth century
  • Chapter v the renaissance of industry in western christendom in the golden age of the medieval periodchapter vi emancipation of the commercial and industrial classes.-their part in the urban renaissance of the eleventh to fourteenth centuries in the west; chapter vii organization and condition of the commercial and industrial classes in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries; chapter viii the advance of colonization and agricultural production and the progress of rural population in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries
Control code
ocn862822055
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (433 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136196416
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)862822055
Label
Life & Work In Medieval Europe
Publication
Note
Chapter ix changes in the value and distribution of landed property and emancipation of the rural classes in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries
Contents
  • Cover; Life And Work In Medieval Europe; Copyright; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; AUTHOR'S PREFACE; BOOK I; CHAPTER I ROMAN EUROPE AND BARBARIAN EUROPE IN THE EARLY DARK AGES.-THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION OF THE INVADERS; CHAPTER II THE INVASIONS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BARBARIAN KINGDOMS IN CHRISTIAN EUROPE.-RUIN OF THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RÉGIME OF ROME (FIFTH TO SEVENTH CENTURIES)
  • Chapter iii the east roman empire and the economic and social reconstruction of, eastern europe from the fifth to the tenth century.-colonization and agricultural production.-the division of property and rural classes in eastern europechapter iv the inidustrial and commercial hegemony of the eastern empire during the early middle ages; chapter v economic and social influence of byzantine civilization in east and west; chapter vi the work of church and state in the reorganization of labour and in the economic and social restoration of western christendom during the dark ages
  • Chapter vii the agrarian economy of western christendom.-the first attempt at colonization.-agricultural production and repopulation from the seventh to the tenth centurieschapter viii evolution of the régime of property in the west from the seventh to the tenth century.-the decline of the old forms of land ownership.-the progress of the great domains.-the attack on small properties and the class of freemen; chapter ix the dependent rural classes in the west.-their economic and social organization and general condition (seventh to tenth century)
  • Chapter x industrial production and exchange in the west during the last centuries of the dark ages.-partial renaissance of an urban economybook ii; chapter i the feudal régime in the west.-the ruling classes and the ownership of the soil; chapter ii economic and social organization of the rural districts of the west during the early feudal period; chapter iii part played by church and state in the transformation of the régime of production; chapter iv the appearance of a money economy and the development of western commerce from the middle of the tenth to the middle of the fourteenth century
  • Chapter v the renaissance of industry in western christendom in the golden age of the medieval periodchapter vi emancipation of the commercial and industrial classes.-their part in the urban renaissance of the eleventh to fourteenth centuries in the west; chapter vii organization and condition of the commercial and industrial classes in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries; chapter viii the advance of colonization and agricultural production and the progress of rural population in the west from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries
Control code
ocn862822055
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (433 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136196416
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)862822055

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