A Companion to the Hanseatic League by Donald Harreld

By Donald Harreld

The Companion to the Hanseatic League discusses the significance of the Hanseatic League for the social and monetary background of pre-modern northern Europe. confirmed already as early because the 12th century, the cities that shaped the Hanseatic League created an immense community of trade during the Baltic and North Sea region. From Russia within the east, to England and France within the west, the towns of the Hanseatic League created an unlimited northern maritime alternate community. the purpose of this quantity is to provide a "state" of the sector English-language quantity via one of the most revered Hanse students. individuals are Mike Burkhardt, Ulf Christian Ewert, Rolf Hammel-Kiesow, Donald J. Harreld, Carsten Jahnke, Michael North, Jurgen Sarnowsky and Stephan Selzer.

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A late ninth-century account of voyages along the coasts of Norway and Denmark and its cultural context, Maritime Culture of the North, vol. 1 (Roskilde: Viking Ship Museum, 2007); Sonja Zöller, Kaiser, Kaufmann und die Macht des Geldes. Gerhard Unmaze von Köln als Finanzier der Reichspolitik und der “Gute Gerhard” des Rudolf von Ems, Forschungen zur Geschichte der älteren deutschen Literatur, vol. 16 (München: Fink, 1993). 40 Hammel-Kiesow jointly. 79 In the mid-eleventh century, such a ‘Hanse’ is documented for the first time, albeit indirectly, within the statutes of the Valencienne merchant guild, whose members were forbidden to trade with a hanseur (a foreign and thus traveling merchant).

1–2 (Copenhagen: Det Danske Sprog—og Litteraturselskap, 2005). 40 Blomkvist, Discovery, 322–324. 41 Mats Roslund, Guests in the House. , The Northern World, vol. : Brill, 2007), 472–530. 42 During the time of Henry of Old Lübeck (1095–1127), who had more than likely been crowned King of the Abotrites by Lothar iii (though the traditional account is ambiguous), the western Slavs were probably a considerable factor in the power structure of the region. This suspicion is affirmed by the afore-mentioned coinage, produced during this time period, as well as by the sheer size of the Slavic fleets.

Hollingstedt an der Treene: Ein Flusshafen der Wikingerzeit und des Mittelalters für den Transitverkehr zwischen Nord- und Ostsee (Neumünster: Wachholtz 2012). ” “Die Rolle Schleswigs im internationalen Handel des 13. , Von Menschen, Ländern, Meeren. Festschrift für Thomas Riis zum 65. : Der andere Verlag, 2006), 225–268. –12. Jahrhundert,” Zeitschrift für Archäologie 21 (1987), 75–81. 31 Adam, Gesta Pontificum, iv, 1, p. 434. Regarding the Slavic areas ibid. ii, 21, 22. 32 To the obvious detriment of nearby Wolin (Vineta/Jumne/Jomsburg), Stettin (on the Oder) developed into an important commercial center along the Oder River.

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