5 edition of Metropolitan cities and their hinterlands in early modern Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Erik Aerts & Peter Clark, eds.|
|Series||Studies in social and economic history ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Aerts, Erik, 1954-, Clark, Peter, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||HC240 .I645 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 100,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||93228996|
The structure of society, types of economy, cultures and beliefs are all covered. This shift meant that the importing of products, people, ideas and fashions moved northwards, creating the development of a new set of economic, social and cultural values aided, as Max Weber — would argue, by the religious divide initiated by the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. These circumstances attracted very significant numbers of immigrants coming from the rural hinterlands, the region or even from the informal hinterlands overseas. Small towns in early modern Germany: the case of Hesse Holger Graf;
Nations, meanwhile, may be losing popularity as a prevailing center of government and identity. Although better equipped than other types of towns to survive public health problems resulting from the co-existence of large populations, very often within traditional medieval walls, ports were forced to expand to the outskirts, to create public health regulations to avoid contamination for example, by excluding polluting industries from within the city wallsto promote poor relief more often than not through the religious and social organizations such as the churches and guilds and, at times, even to regulate the access of people through the gates or the harbor of the city, encouraging as a result the development of a "town spirit" through the separation of "citizens" from "non-citizens", a division not drawn by socio-economic lines, but simply by the territorial definition of who inhabited the town and for how long. Much of the struggle was between the middle and upper class of each nation. With people thus being forced to live together in often small urban spaces, religious, cultural and social tolerance became paramount for the survival of ports as social identities, especially in matters concerning the enforcement of law and order.
The rise of Amsterdam as a cultural centre: the market for paintings, Marten Jan Bok; Architecture and Urban Space: 5. On the other hand, abandoning the town for the countryside was also only an option as long as the countryside was immune to the spread of the disease. Instead, it drew on a long tradition wherein city-states organized themselves into leagues of mutual commerce and defense—or in this case, the United States of America.
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Last year, a record number of Americans renounced their citizenship and moved abroad. One of the largest cities in the low countries; One of the best fortified in Europe Piet Lombaerde; 6.
Absolutist monarchs ruled the entire state directly. The conference is composed of all mayors of the communes within the metropolitan city.
Since people often traveled with products, and since ports were always an attractive environment for immigrants because of the broad availability of work within the city, or the opportunity to find transport to somewhere else, news was quick to reach most ports.
Promotional Information Comparative urban history examines early modern economic and cultural achievements in Antwerp, Amsterdam, and London. Often driven by poverty or in need of income owing to exclusion by the charitable institutions of the time, some were forced into pilfering, pick-pocketing or prostitution.
A historical perspective inverts the question: how did the relatively young nation-state model come to supplant the longstanding tradition of urban governance? Scientific and Useful Knowledge: Small towns in eastern central Europe Vera Bacskai; 5.
Ringrose, D. Small towns in early modern Ireland Raymond Gillespie; 8. Table of Contents Part 1. Fine and Decorative Arts: 8. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, Boston was a largely self-governing city-state within a confederation.
Sacks, David H. Scientific and Useful Knowledge: Books and Publishing: Architecture and Urban Space: 5. With people thus being forced to live together in often small urban spaces, religious, cultural and social tolerance became paramount for the survival of ports as social identities, especially in matters concerning the enforcement of law and order.
One of the largest cities in the low countries; One Metropolitan cities and their hinterlands in early modern Europe book the best fortified in Europe Piet Lombaerde; 6.This innovative work in comparative urban history explores why outstanding achievements in material and intellectual culture in early modern Europe tended to cluster in certain maritime cities.
Patrick O'Brien, his coeditors and eighteen distinguished historians from Belgium, the Netherlands. List includes metropolitan areas according only studies of ESPON, Eurostat, and magicechomusic.com this reason some metropolitan areas, like Italian Genoa Metropolitan Area (population is over as of according "CityRailway" Official Report), aren't included in this list, with data by other statistic survey institutes.
Figures in the first column come from the ESPON project, "Study on. Nov 13, · The Early Modern age witnessed the ascent of Western Europe to economic, global political, and technological dominance. The ascent was gradual and only toward the end of the Early Modern age did Western power surpass that of rival civilizations.
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